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									                         Dear Students,

                         The great American leader Martin Luther King,
                                                                                                Table of Contents
                         Jr. once said: “The ultimate measure of a person            Welcome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
                         is not where they stand in moments of comfort               University Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
                         and convenience, but where they stand in times              Student E-mail Account . . . . . . . . . . 4
                         of challenge and controversy.”
                                                                                     Trojan Web Express . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
                          These are challenging times we are living in.              Registration Procedures . . . . . . . . . . 5
The present economy dictates that you plan and take action to insure                 Tuition and Business Procedures . . . 6
financial stability for your future. The American Human Development
Project reports that a college graduate with a bachelor’s degree will                OWLS Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
earn an annual salary of $52,000 compared to $30,000 for someone                     Tuition Payment Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
with only a high school diploma and $38,200 for a person with an asso-               Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
ciate’s degree. Based on median earnings, college graduates could
earn nearly a million dollars more over their lifetime than a high school            Trojan OneCard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
graduate. Your TROY degree is a great investment. Work hard, accept                  Student Parking Permits . . . . . . . . . . 9
the challenge, and watch your opportunities grow.                                    Federal Student Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Sincerely,                                                                           Undergraduate Course Listing. . . 10-15
                                                                                     Campus Safety & Security . . . . . . . 15
Dr. Don Jeffrey                                                                      Telecourse Offerings . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Dothan Campus Vice Chancellor
                                                                                     Graduate Course Listing . . . . . . 16-17
                                                                                     Ft. Rucker Location. . . . . . . . . . 18-19
                       University Office Hours                                       eCampus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
                 Monday - Thursday 7:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.                             MAPP Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
                        Friday 8:00 a.m. - noon                                      Higher Education Day . . . . . . . . . . 22
                                                                                     Clubs and Organizations. . . . . . . . . 23
                                 Contact Us                                          Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . 24
       Dothan Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(334) 983-6556
                                                                                     Credit Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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                                                                                     Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
       Fort Rucker Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(334) 598-2443
       Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(334) 983-0005          New Student Orientation . . . . . . . . 27
       24-hour Help Desk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-800-414-5756         Student IDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
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Spring Semester 2010 Session S (16 weeks) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 4-May 4, 2010
Session A (9 weeks). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 4-March 7, 2010
Session B (9 weeks). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 15-May 16, 2010
JA UARY
                  1 Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Year’s Day (University Closed)
                  2 Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . On-Campus Registration (9:00-12:00 p.m.)
                  4 Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Classes begin
                 11 Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to add or drop a course and last day to withdraw from
                                                                                                                    the University for Sessions A and S with 100% tuition refund
                 12 Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Registration deadline for COE Comprehensive Exams
                 18 Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Martin Luther King Holiday (University Closed; No Classes)
FEBRUARY
                  3     Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to drop a course without academic penalty for Session A
                  3     Wednesday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to withdraw from the University without academic penalty for Session A
                  4     Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd Payment due on Tuition Payment Plan
                 16     Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Counselor Prep Comprehensive Exam (CPCE)
                 18     Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COE Comprehensive Essay Exam
                 24     Wednesday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to drop a course without academic penalty for Session S
                 24     Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to withdraw from the University without academic penalty for Session S
MARCH
               1-7  Monday-Sunday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Examinations for Session A (9-weeks) classes
                 2  Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . On-Campus Registration for Session B
                 4  Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Payment due on Tuition Payment Plan
                 5  Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to file Intent to Graduate for Summer Term 2010 by Noon
              8-14  Monday-Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Break (all classes)
                 9  Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grades for Session A must be entered into Datatel by Noon
                12  Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administrative Leave (University closed; No Classes)
                15  Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Session B begins
                18  Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Counselor Prep Comprehensive Exam Re-Test
                19  Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arts & Sciences and Psychology Exit Exams
                22  Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to add or drop a course or withdraw from
                                                                                                                                the University for Session B with 100% tuition refund
                 25 Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COE Essay Comprehensive Exam Re-Test
APRIL
                12      Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Online Registration Begins for Summer Term 2010
                14      Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to drop a course without academic penalty for Session B
                14      Wednesday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to withdraw from the University without academic penalty for Session B
             19-23      Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heritage Week
                23      Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Honors Convocation
             26-27      Monday-Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Early Registration for Summer Term 2010
             28-30      Wednesday-Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Examinations for Session S (16-week classes only)

MAY
               1-4      Saturday-Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Examinations for Session S (16-week classes only)
                 6      Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graduate Application deadline for Summer Term 2010
             10-16      Monday-Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Examinations for Session B (9-weeks) classes
                16      Sunday (3:00 pm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commencement
                18      Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grades for Sessions B and S must be entered into Datatel by Noon
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    This calendar should only be used as a guide. Dates could be adjusted or changed according to University requirements. All changes will be publicized in advance.


                                                 Registration Dates for Spring Semester 2010
                     Online Registration (Web Express) ovember 16, 2009 - January 2, 2010
       Early Registration on Campus               December 1 & 2                    9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
       Registration on Campus                                                                  January 2                                                        9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
       Registration on Campus for Session B                                                     March 2                                                           9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
                                            Spring Semester 2010 classes begin on January 4, 2010
                                          Spring Semester Session B classes begin on March 15, 2010
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                      TROJA WEB EXPRESS and TROJA E-MAILACCOU T
                               How to determine your USER ID
                                Start at http://dothan.troy.edu
• Click on the Trojan Web Express link (located at the bottom            • Next, click on Log In tab (located at the top of the page):
  of the list on the left side of the page).                               (1) Enter User ID.
• Next, click on the Continue to Trojan Web Express link                   (2) Enter last four numbers of your SSN in the Password
  (see below).                                                                 box.
                                                                           (3) Click on Submit (see next example).




                      Continue to Trojan Web Express



• On the Trojan Web Express page, select                                 • The next screen will instruct you that your password has
  Account Information (see below)                                          expired and you will need to create a new password. The new
                                                                           password should be 6-9 characters, starting with a letter and
                                                                           containing at least 2 numbers.
                                                                         • OTE: This PASSWORD is for Trojan Web Express
                                                                           only.

                                                                         Use Trojan Web Express to register for classes, check grades or
                                                                         financial aid information, and view your class schedule.

•     EXT page, select What’s my User ID? link:                               YOUR TROJA E-MAIL ACCOU T
    (1) Enter Last ame only, use lower case letters.
    (2) Enter complete SS (Social Security Number) with                  • To access the Trojan E-Mail account, go to
        no dashes or spaces.                                               http://mail.troy.edu.
    (3) Click on SUBMIT (see below) and your User ID will                • Use the SAME USER AME as retrieved in Trojan Web
        be displayed.                                                      Express, but the password to retrieve your mail is your
                                                                           birthdate (Enter as MMDDYYYY - if your birthdate is
                                                                           June 30, 1985, your password would be 06301985).

                                                                           OTE: You can change your e-mail password, but if you forget
                                                                         the password, you will have to fill out the Request to Reset E-mail
                                                                         Password form.


E-Mail Policy
All official University communication with the student will be provided through the TROY Webmail address that is assigned
to the student. All official information, including but not limited to student billing, faculty-student communications, registration changes,
and financial aid information sent to this e-mail address will constitute official notice. The University accepts no responsibility for any for-
warding of e-mail that students may choose from their official TROY Webmail account. The University is only responsible for ensuring
the e-mail gets to the student’s e-mail account maintained by the University. All students are responsible for monitoring their TROY
Webmail account frequently. Students can access their e-mail by visiting www.troy.edu and selecting the TROY Webmail link.
DOTHA CAMPUS                                                                                                      Page 5

                                                                                   REGISTRATIO
               Online Registration for
               Spring Semester 2010
                                                                                   PROCEDURES
First-Time Students: First-time students must register on Campus by
                                                                             If you are…
seeing an advisor, completing a registration form, and going to the
registration table. After your initial registration, a login ID and
                                                                              A currently enrolled student
Password will be issued, and you will be able to enroll online the fol-       An admitted new student
lowing term.                                                                  A returning student who has been
Eligible Students: Students who have had a login ID and password              out less than 1 year and who has
assigned during a previous term may register online.
                                                                              not attended another institution
Registration Process: Log on to the Dothan Campus Web site at                 Report to college of major
dothan.troy.edu and select Trojan Web Express from the items list-
ed on the left and click on Students. Under the heading Registration,         Meet with advisor
you can search for classes under “Search for Sections.” Log in to reg-
ister for classes under “Register for Sections.” When searching or reg-
                                                                              Complete registration form
istering for classes, make sure you select the location Dothan (D01)          Take completed form to computer
or Ft. Rucker (D02).                                                          terminal in Malone Hall, Room 124.
You will not be able to register for courses that have a prerequi-
site that has not been completed. You will also be unable to reg-             Students MUST proceed directly to the
ister if your Student Record has any type of Hold. Please see your            Student Financial Services Office (M118)
advisor during the scheduled registration days if you are not able to
register for all of your classes online. All tuition and fees are due         Report to the reception desk in Malone
by 5:00 p.m. on January 4, 2010. Students can now sign on to                  Hall for a parking decal and Student ID
Trojan Web Express to view their student account balances and can
pay online by credit card. Students may also pay at the Student

                                                                             If you are…
Financial Services Office in Room 118, Malone Hall, on the Dothan
Campus. Any student who registers for classes will be responsi-
ble for tuition and fees regardless of class attendance.
For help with your Trojan Web Express password, please call 1-800-            A new student (not admitted)
414-5756. To receive assistance please log into helpdesk.troy.edu and
follow the instructions.
                                                                              A returning transient student
                                                                              A student with questions
  Academic Records Office Information                                         A returning student who has been out
                                                                              1 or more years
Requirements for Graduation                                                   A returning student who has attended
An “Intent to Graduate” form should be filed with the Office ofAcademic       another institution
Records a full term prior to the term of graduation. College of Education
students should file their “Intent to Graduate” two terms prior to gradua-
                                                                              A returning student who has already
tion. The last day to file an “Intent to Graduate” for Summer Term            graduated from Troy University
2010 is Friday, March 5, 2010 (by noon).
                                                                               Undergraduate students report to M119
Grades                                                                         Graduate students report to M111
Please note that all grades are processed at the end of the term.              After being cleared to register, follow
Therefore, student grades are not available until end-of-term process-
ing is completed (approximately May 21, 2010).
                                                                               steps outlined above for currently
                                                                               enrolled students


                     Students registering at Fort Rucker report to Bldg. #4502 for processing.
                                               (see map on page 19)
        ote: Education and school counseling majors must see an advisor and register at the Dothan Campus.
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                                                        TUITIO A D BUSI ESS PROCEDURES
It is your responsibility to ensure that all tuition and fees are paid by January 4, 2010. If you wish to utilize the
Tuition Payment Plan, you must pay 1/3 of your balance by January 4, 2010. Financial aid must be GUARAN-
TEED for the student to be classified as a financial aid recipient. If financial aid is not guaranteed, payment will
be due by January 4, 2010. Financial aid recipients are responsible for the balance of tuition and fees not paid by
their award. A Y STUDE T WHO REGISTERS FOR CLASSES WILL BE RESPO SIBLE FOR
TUITIO A D FEES REGARDLESS OF CLASS ATTE DA CE.

Semester In-State Tuition                                       TUITIO
  For each undergraduate credit hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $193.00
  For undergraduate course audit, per credit hour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $96.50
  For graduate courses, per credit hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $220.00
  For graduate course audit, per credit hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $110.00
Semester Out-of-State Tuition
  For each undergraduate credit hour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $386.00
  For undergraduate course audit, per credit hour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $193.00
  For graduate courses, per credit hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $440.00
  For graduate course audit, per credit hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $220.00
MISCELLA EOUS FEES ( on-Refundable)
Application Fee: $30 (Undergraduate) $50 (Graduate)
Telecourse Fee: $40 per telecourse
General Service Fee: $8 per credit hour
Instructional Services Fee: $9 per credit hour, maximum of $108
Registration Fee: $50 per semester
Drop Processing Fee: $30 per course (see page 7)
Withdrawal Processing Fee: $50 regardless of the number of courses (see page 7)
Voluntary Student Activity Fee $50 (see information below)
Parking Decal Fee: $35
The University reserves the right to cancel and/or add courses or sections of courses, change times and venues, and prioritize
admission to existing sections at any time in order to better serve its students. Students affected by a canceled class should check
with the personnel in the associate dean’s office for alternatives.
                                    TUITIO REFU D POLICY FOR SESSIO S A & S COURSES
Any student who registers for classes will be responsible for tuition and fees regardless of class attendance. Fees are non-refundable.
Tuition refunds will be granted according to the following schedule:
Date of Withdrawal/Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . *Percent/Amount Refunded
On or before January 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100%
After January 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0%
Refunds to financial aid students are not made until after the financial aid funds have been received by the University. Fees are non-refundable.
Refund checks will be processed after January 19 and sent to the student’s address listed in the University’s records. Refund checks
cannot be picked up.
* Please note that this policy covers drops and withdrawals from the University, as well as individual course drops.

                                  TUITIO REFU D POLICY FOR SESSIO B COURSES O LY
Any student who registers for classes will be responsible for tuition and fees regardless of class attendance. Fees are non-refundable.
Tuition refunds will be granted according to the following schedule:
Date of Withdrawal/Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . *Percent/Amount Refunded
On or before March 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100%
After March 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0%
Refunds to financial aid students are not made until after the financial aid funds have been received by the University. Fees are non-refundable.
Refund checks will be processed after March 30 and sent to the student’s address listed in the University’s records. Refund checks
cannot be picked up.
* Please note that this policy covers drops and withdrawals from the University, as well as individual course drops.
                                                            STUDE T ACTIVITY OPPORTU ITIES
There will be a voluntary student activity fee offered to students on the Dothan Campus. This fee will be $50 per semester. Payment of this
fee will entitle students to attend events (including all home athletic events) and student activities on the Troy Campus.
                               Tuition Payment Plan
DOTHA CAMPUS                                                                                                                         Page 7


     The Tuition Payment Plan (TPP) is available to all students             The TPP for Spring Semester 2010 consists of three install-
who cannot pay their tuition in full by January 4, 2010. The pur-       ment payments. The first payment is a minimum of one-third of
pose of the plan is to provide an interest free means by which stu-     the total deferred tuition and fees plus the $25 TPP fee due by
dents can pay tuition and fees in three installments. Books, sup-       January 4, 2010. The balance is halved, and the second payment
plies, and incidental expenses such as parking decals are not eli-      is due on February 4, 2010. The third payment is due on March 4,
gible expenses for inclusion in the payment plan. A nonrefundable       2010. Failure to pay all of the remaining tuition and fees on March 4,
administrative fee of twenty-five dollars ($25) per term is             2010 will result in a $50 late fee, a hold being placed on all future
assessed to all TPP accounts. The TPP administrative fee is not         registrations, and a hold being placed on the release of the student’s
deferrable and is paid in conjunction with the first installment        transcript. You may inquire about your account through the
payment. Students who receive financial aid may utilize the TPP         Student Financial Services Office in Room 118, Malone Hall. All
to defray the portion of tuition and fees that is not fully paid by     unpaid accounts will be turned over to a collection agency prior to
financial aid.                                                          the next semester. The collection agency will assess a 25% collec-
                                                                        tion fee at the time they receive these accounts.
      If your account is sent to a collection agency due to non-payment, a 25% collection fee will be assessed.
    The tuition payment plan for Spring Semester will only be available through January 11, 2010.
    THE IMPACT OF DROPPI G, WITHDRAWI G, OR O -ATTE DA CE
           WHILE RECEIVI G FI A CIAL AID AT THE DOTHA CAMPUS
Federal regulations require that all students meet minimum standards of satisfactory academic progress to receive federal financial aid.
                                                              DROPPI G
If you drop a course(s), your financial aid may be cancelled or reduced from funds already disbursed. You may contact the Office of
Financial Aid in Room 219, Malone Hall, to determine the financial impact for your specific situation. There is a $30 per course drop
processing fee charged after January 11 for Sessions A and S courses and after March 22 for Session B courses.
                                                         WITHDRAWI G
If you withdraw before 60% of the term is completed, federal regulations require the University to return a prorated amount of your
Pell Grant and/or Stafford Loan to the appropriate federal account. The Office of Student Financial Services (Room 118, Malone Hall)
will bill the student for the amount returned. There is a $50 withdrawal processing fee (regardless of the number of courses) charged
after January 11 for Sessions A and S courses and after March 22 for Session B courses.
                                                      FAILURE TO ATTE D
Class attendance is required for all financial aid students to establish eligibility for receiving financial aid funds. Students receiving the
grade of “FA” for a course(s) could have their financial aid cancelled or reduced. The Office of Student Financial Services (Room 118,
Malone Hall) will bill the student for the amount cancelled or reduced.
                             See website for more information (www.troy.edu/financialaid/withdrawal)

   “OWLS”                   Provides Tuition Waiver at the Dothan Campus for Adults Returning to School
    The Older, Wiser Learners’ Scholarship (OWLS)                           The deadline to apply for the OWLS Scholarship for
 allows qualified* adults who have not attended a high                   Spring Semester 2010 is December 7, 2009. Admission
 school, a college, or a university for at least three calen-            to the OWLS program is not automatic. Students must
 dar years to enroll for one 3-hour undergraduate or grad-               apply and must meet the published deadline. In order for
 uate course. The scholarship will pay tuition for one 3-                the OWLS application to be approved, an OWLS appli-
 hour undergraduate course ($579 in-state tuition/$1,158                 cant must apply, must receive admission, and must
 out-of-state tuition), or one 3-hour graduate course ($660              enroll and register for classes offered only at the
 in-state tuition/$1,320 out-of-state tuition) offered only at           Dothan Campus and Ft. Rucker Location. *Students
 the Dothan Campus and Ft. Rucker Location for Dothan                    admitted with the status of transient, post-baccalaureate,
 students. The OWLS Scholarship does not cover the cost                  post-master’s, second baccalaureate, second master’s,
 of books, supplies, fees, or any other expenses. The recip-             and graduate special or temporary admission students are
 ient must use the OWLS Scholarship the first semester or                not eligible for OWLS. The OWLS application must be
 term upon his or her return to school. Students may regis-              approved prior to the student’s registration. o reim-
 ter for a Dothan Campus or Ft. Rucker Location course of                bursement of tuition will be made.
 their own choosing from the Dothan/Ft. Rucker academic                     Funding for the OWLS program is limited. Therefore,
 schedule of undergraduate and graduate offerings. The                   all qualified applicants may not be approved.
 only credit courses not open for the OWLS program are                   Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-
 those with limited enrollment. Students must meet any                   served basis.
 prerequisites. o on-line (eCampus) courses will be                         Prospective students interested in receiving an applica-
 paid for by the OWLS Scholarship. OWLS will be                          tion may contact Diana Parker at (334) 983-6556, ext. 1204.
 available to individuals only once.
                                         Admission
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                                                     Undergraduate Students
  Complete application and pay $30 application fee • Suggested application deadlines are: Fall Semester - August 1 • Spring Semester - December 1 • Summer Term - May 1

         Beginning Freshman                    Official high school transcript verifying graduation and a 2.0 (4.0 scale) minimum GPA.
                                               Students under age 21 must have an ACT score of 19 or combined score of 910 on the SAT.
                                               Official transcripts from ALL colleges attended. Transfer students must have attempted a minimum
         Transfer Students
                                               of 24 hours of non-developmental coursework at another college or university.

         Transient Students                    Transient authorization from resident institution.

                                               Students who have been out one or more years must complete a readmission application. Students who
         Returning Students                    have attended another institution since last enrollment at Troy University must complete a new applica-
                                               tion and have transcripts sent from that institution.

                           Temporary admission may be granted to undergraduate students with certain documentation.


                                                             Graduate Students

 APPLICATION DEADLINE: The suggested deadline to apply for admission to Graduate School for Spring
 Semester 2010 is December 3, 2009. For Summer Term 2010, the suggested deadline is May 6. The appli-
 cation fee is $50 and must be paid once at each level–master’s and education specialist.
 All degree programs require presentation of official test scores and the electronic letter of recommendation.
 The letter of recommendation can be accessed on the Dothan Web page. Please review the TROY Catalog
 in order to determine the appropriate test to take for the degree sought.
 For all degree programs, applicants must present one official transcript from each college attended since
 graduation from high school and official test scores. In addition, certification programs require one copy
 of a current teaching certificate. Only School Counseling and Instructional Leadership and Administration
 applicants are required to submit an experience letter from the principal or superintendent documenting a
 minimum of two years teaching experience for School Counseling and three years teaching experience for
 Instructional Leadership and Administration.
 Returning graduate students who have not attended Troy University for one year or have attended another
 institution since attendance at Troy University must submit a readmission application in order to update
 all the information. For those who attended another institution, one official transcript will be required
 from that institution. A new evaluation will be required at the time of readmission for those who have not
 attended in three years.
 Students who have graduated from Troy University with a bachelor’s degree and wish to enroll in
 Graduate School must submit the graduate application/fee/documents by the deadline. Those who
 received master’s degrees and wish to take courses beyond the master’s, but not toward an educa-
 tion specialist degree, must submit another application to change their status.
 Transient students from outside TROY must present a transient authorization along with the graduate application.
 Students who were admitted previously under a Special or Temporary admission must clear that status prior
 to re-enrollment.



                                                                                                        www.troy.edu
                  ADAMS HALL - A  MALO E HALL - M
                   LIBRARY/TECH OLOGY BUILDI G - L
            The University reserves the right to make changes in the assignment of
                              instructors without prior approval.
                Consult online schedule for updated changes at www.troy.edu.
                             Trojan OneCard
DOTHA CAMPUS                                                                                                        Page 9




                Each registered TROY student will receive a Trojan OneCard.
             The Trojan OneCard will be mailed to the student, using the address
           on file with the University. To receive any refunds from the University,
               a student must activate his or her Trojan OneCard. During card
         activation, the student will choose how to receive his or her refund money.
         Regardless of how students choose to receive their funds, they still need to
                               activate their Trojan OneCard.
             Students are required to activate their Trojan OneCard and make a
                    refund selection online at www.TrojanOneCard.com.


                                                       Student Parking Permits
                             Parking permits are available at the reception desk in Malone Hall, Monday through
                             Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to noon. All students operating
                             a motor vehicle on campus are required to register their vehicle with the University.
                             To be valid, the permit must be mounted (taping is not permitted) in the lower left
                             corner of the vehicle’s rear glass. Any student driving or parking on the campus with-
                             out a permit will be in violation of the Parking and Traffic Regulations.



                          Federal Student Aid for Spring 2010
 You may be eligible to receive a Pell Grant, Stafford Loan, and/or Work-Study Position if you apply and qualify.
     1. Obtain a Personal Identification Number (PIN) at www.pin.ed.gov.
     2. Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Troy University
         Federal School Code 001047.
     3. Complete the Financial Aid Certification Form and FA Counseling at http://it.troy.edu/faid/.
     4. Meet satisfactory academic progress (SAP) by maintaining an overall 2.0 GPA (or 3.0 for graduate
         students) and successfully completing 80% of all hours attempted, including repeated courses, dropped
         courses, withdrawals, incompletes, and F/FA grades.
Undergraduate Course Listing
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Course Section Information
Each course will have a four-character designation. All four characters must be used on the registration form or entered
when registering online.
      1st D Indicates that the course is a Dothan course (including Fort Rucker)
      2nd S      Which session (A=1st 9 weeks; B=2nd 9 weeks; S=full 16 weeks)
      3rd A Course delivery (A=lecture; B=in class lab; H=hybrid; K=weekend; R=independent research;
                 S=independent study; T=telecourse; W=Web enhanced; V=interactive class)
      4th A Section Offerings - A=1st Section; B=2nd Section; C=3rd Section; N=Fort Rucker Section

DEPT     O SEC              TIME            DAY   TITLE                                                              FEE HR I STRUCTOR ROOM
ACCOU   TI G (ACT)
ACT     2291 DAAA           8:00-10:15 AM   MW    Principles of Accounting I                                          $30      3    TEED        M123
ACT     2291 DAAB           5:30-7:45 PM    MW    Principles of Accounting I                                          $30      3    GOODSON     M110
ACT     2291 DAAN           5:00-7:15 PM    TTH   Principles of Accounting II (Fort Rucker)                           $30      3    NELSON        H3
ACT     2292 DBAA           8:00-10:15 AM   MW    Principles of Accounting II (Pre: ACT 2291)                         $30      3    STAFF       M110
ACT     2292 DBAB           5:30-7:45 PM    MW    Principles of Accounting II (Pre: ACT 2291)                         $30      3    GOODSON     M110
ACT     2292 DBAN           5:00-7:15 PM    TTH   Principles of Accounting II (Pre: ACT 2291) (Fort Rucker)           $30      3    NELSON        H3
ACT     3391 DAAA           10:50-1:05 PM   TTH   Intermediate Accounting I (Pre: ACT 2292 & IS 2241)                 $30      3    TEED        M123
ACT     3391 DAAB           5:30-7:45 PM    MW    Intermediate Accounting I (Pre: ACT 2292 & IS 2241)                 $30      3    GADDIS      M122
ACT     3392 DBAA           10:50-1:05 PM   TTH   Intermediate Accounting II (Pre: ACT 3391)                          $30      3    TEED        M123
ACT     3392 DBAB           5:30-7:45 PM    MW    Intermediate Accounting II (Pre: ACT 3391)                          $30      3    GADDIS      M122
ACT     3395 DAAA           5:30-9:45 PM    T     Managerial/Cost Accounting I (Pre: ACT 2292)                        $30      3    STAFF       M122
ACT     3396 DBAA           5:30-7:45 PM    MW    Accounting Information Systems (Pre: ACT 2292)                      $45      3    TEED        M123
ACT     4491 DBAA           10:50-1:05 PM   MW    Advanced Accounting (Pre: ACT 3392)                                 $30      3    BILBEISI    M220
ACT     4494 DAAA           1:20-3:40 PM    TTH   Income Tax Accounting I (Pre: ACT 2292)                             $45      3    JC LEWIS    M110
ACT     4495 DBAA           1:20-3:40 PM    TTH   Income Tax Accounting II (Pre: ACT 4494)                            $45      3    JC LEWIS    M110
ACT     4497 DBAA           5:30-7:45 PM    TTH   Auditing (Pre: ACT 3392)                                            $30      3    GADDIS      M122

A THROPOLOGY (A T)
ANT   2200 DAHA             8:00-10:15 AM T       Anthropology                                                                 3    LOVRICH     A408

ART (ART)
ART     1133     DSAA       1:40-2:30 PM    MW    Visual Arts                                                         $25      2    VAN LOO     A412
ART     1133     DSAB       5:30-6:20 PM    TTH   Visual Arts                                                         $25      2    DACE        A412
ART     2201     DSAA       1:40-2:55 PM    TTH   Introductory Drawing                                                $35      3    DACE        A412
ART     3361     DSAA       3:05-5:15 PM    T     Integrating Art Into the Cur (Pre: TEP, EDU 3310 & PSY 3303)        $35      3    DACE        A109

BIOLOGY (BIO) (Labs are Co-requisite)
BIO    1100 DSAA           12:45-2:55 PM    MW    Principles of Biology (Co-req: BIO L100)                                     3    MANFREADY M223
BIO    L100 DSBA           12:45-2:55 PM    MW    Principles of Biology Lab (Co-req: BIO 1100)                          $40    1    MANFREADY M223
BIO    1100 DSAB           3:05-5:15 PM     MW    Principles of Biology (Co-req: BIO L100)                                     3    D MOORE     M223
BIO    L100 DSBB           3:05-5:15 PM     MW    Principles of Biology Lab (Co-req: BIO 1100)                          $40    1    D MOORE     M223
BIO    1100 DSAC           5:30-7:40 PM     MW    Principles of Biology (Co-req: BIO L100)                                     3    MANFREADY   M223
BIO    L100 DSBC           5:30-7:40 PM     MW    Principles of Biology Lab (Co-req: BIO 1100)                          $40    1    MANFREADY   M223
BIO    1100 DSAD           7:50-10:00 PM    MW    Principles of Biology (Co-req: BIO L100)                                     3    WHIGHAM     M223
BIO    L100 DSBD           7:50-10:00 PM    MW    Principles of Biology Lab (Co-req: BIO 1100)                          $40    1    WHIGHAM     M223
BIO    1101 DSAA           5:30-7:40 PM     TTH   Organismal Biology (Pre: BIO 1100/L100; Co-req: BIO L101)                    3    DAPPER      M223
BIO    L101 DSBA           5:30-7:40 PM     TTH   Organismal Biology Lab (Co-req: BIO 1101)                             $40    1    DAPPER      M223
BIO    2220 DSAA           12:45-2:55 PM    TTH   Prin of Cell Biology (Pre: BIO 1101/L101; Co-req: BIO L220)                  3    MANFREADY   M223
BIO    L220 DSBA           12:45-2:55 PM    TTH   Prin of Cell Biology Lab (Co-req: BIO 2220)                           $50    1    MANFREADY   M223
BIO    3320 DSAA           12:45-2:55 PM    TTH   Genetics (Pre: BIO 1101/L101, 2229/L229, CHM 1143/L143,
                                                  MTH 1112 & MTH 2210; Co-req: BIO L320)                                       3    DAPPER    M224
BIO       L320   DSBA       12:45-2:55 PM   TTH   Genetics Lab (Co-req: BIO 3320)                                       $50    1    DAPPER    M224
BIO       3326   DSAA       5:30-7:40 PM    TTH   Plant Diversity (Pre: BIO 1101/L101; Co-req: BIO L326)                       3    MANFREADY M224
BIO       L326   DSBA       5:30-7:40 PM    TTH   Plant Diversity Lab (Co-req: BIO 3326)                                $50    1    MANFREADY M224
BIO       3348   DSAA       7:50-10:00 PM   TTH   Human Anatomy & Physiology II (Pre: BIO 3347/L347; Co-req: L348)             3    D MOORE M224
BIO       L348   DSBA       7:50-10:00 PM   TTH   Human Anatomy & Phy II Lab (Co-req: BIO 3348)                         $50    1    D MOORE M224
BIO       4413   DSAA       3:05-5:15 PM    TTH   Limnology (Pre: BIO 2229/L229 & CHM 1143/L143; Co-req: BIO L413)             3    D MOORE M224
BIO       L413   DSBA       3:05-5:15 PM    TTH   Limnology Lab (Co-req: BIO 4413)                                      $50    1    D MOORE M224
BIO       4432   DSAA       7:50-10:00 PM   MW    Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Pre: Any 3000-level biology
                                                  lecture and lab; Co-req: BIO L432)                                           3    D MOORE     M224
BIO       L432   DSBA       7:50-10:00 PM   MW    Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Lab (Co-req: BIO 4432)                 $50    1    D MOORE     M224
BIO       4471   DSAA       5:30-7:40 PM    MW    Parasitology (Pre: Any 3000-level biology lecture & lab; Co-req: BIO L471)   3    DAPPER      M224
BIO       L471   DSBA       5:30-7:40 PM    MW    Parasitology Lab (Co-Req: BIO 4471)                                   $50    1    DAPPER      M224
BIO       4474   DSWA                             Internship in Biology Education (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: SED 4454)          $50    9    BYNUM
BIO       4481   DSWA       5:30-8:00 PM    M     Methods & Materials for Teaching Biology (Pre: TEP)                          3    PLASH       TBA

BUSI ESS ADMI ISTRATIO (BUS)
BUS     3382 DAAA      5:30-7:45 PM         MW    Business Communications (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251,
                                                  ECO 2252, ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201
                                                  & QM 2241)                                                          $30      3    STUCKEY     A213
BUS       3382 DBAN         7:25-9:40 PM    MW    Business Communications (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251,
                                                  ECO 2252, ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 &
                                                  QM 2241) (Fort Rucker)                                              $30      3    STUCKEY      H5
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DEPT     O   SEC         TIME            DAY    TITLE                                                              FEE HR I STRUCTOR ROOM
CHEMISTRY (CHM)
CHM    1143 DSAA         12:45-2:55 PM   MW     General Chemistry II (Pre: CHM 1142/L142; Co-req: CHM L143)              3   BEAVER    M210
CHM    L143 DSBA         12:45-2:55 PM   MW     General Chemistry II Lab (Co-req: CHM 1143)                    $50       1   BEAVER    M210
CHM    1143 DSAB         5:30-7:40 PM    MW     General Chemistry II (Pre: CHM 1142/L142; Co-req: CHM L143)              3   BEAVER    M210
CHM    L143 DSBB         5:30-7:40 PM    MW     General Chemistry II Lab (Co-req: CHM 1143)                    $50       1   BEAVER    M210
CHM    3343 DSAA         5:30-7:40 PM    TTH    Organic Chemistry II (Pre: CHM 3342/L342: Co-req: L343)                  3   BEAVER    M210
CHM    L343 DSBA         5:30-7:40 PM    TTH    Organic Chemistry II Lab (Co-req: CHM 3343)                    $50       1   BEAVER    M210
CHM    3352 DSAA         12:45-2:55 PM   TTH    Biochemistry (Pre: CHM 3343/L343; Co-req: L352)                          3   BEAVER    M210
CHM    L352 DSBA         12:45-2:55 PM   TTH    Biochemistry Lab (Co-req: CHM 3352)                            $50       1   BEAVER    M210
CHM    3382 DSAA         5:30-6:45 PM    MW     Physical Chemistry II (Pre: CHM 3381/L381)                               3   ARRINGTON M203
CHM    4444 DSAA         12:45-2:00 PM   MW     Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (Pre: CHM 2242/L242 & 3381/L381)            3   ARRINGTON M203
CHM    4474 DSWA                                Internship in Chemistry Education (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: SED 4454) $50       9   BYNUM
CHM    4481 DSWA         5:30-8:00 PM    M      Methods & Materials for Teaching Chemistry (Pre: TEP)                    3   PLASH     TBA

CRIMI AL JUSTICE (CJ)
CJ     1101 DAAA         8:00-10:15 AM   TTH    Introduction to Criminal Justice                                         3   MCMULLAN M205
CJ     2221 DBAA         8:00-10:15 AM   TTH    Survey of Law Enforcement                                                3   MCMULLAN M205
CJ     2241 DAAA         6:55-9:10 PM    MW     Survey of Law and Criminal Procedures                                    3   JOHNSON  M205
CJ     3325 DBAA         6:55-9:10 PM    MW     Juvenile Justice (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                            3   JOHNSON  M205
CJ     3352 DBAA         8:00-10:15 AM   MW     Constitutional Law in CJ (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                    3   JOHNSON  M205
CJ     3375 DAAA         1:40-3:55 PM    TTH    Introduction to Social Science Inquiry (Pre: GS Math)                    3   MCMULLAN M205
CJ     4421 DSAA         8:00-10:30 AM   S      Ethics in Criminal Justice (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                  3   HOLLEY   A410
CJ     4442 DAAA         8:00-10:15 AM   MW     Criminal Investigation & Evidence (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)           3   J SMITH  M205
CJ     4445 DAAA         10:50-1:10 PM   MW     Current Issues in Law Enforcement (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)           3   J SMITH  M205
CJ     4470 DBAA         10:50-1:10 PM   MW     Homeland Security (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                           3   J SMITH  M205
CJ     4472 DBAA         10:50-1:10 PM   TTH    Cyber Crime (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                                 3   MCMULLAN M205
CJ     4499 DBAA         1:40-3:55 PM    TTH    Senior Seminar in CJ (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                        3   MCMULLAN M205

CLASSICS (CLA)
CLA     2260 DSAA        4:00-5:15 PM    MW     Classical Mythology                                                      3   ORTEGO     A408

SPEECH COMMU ICATIO (COM)
COM     2241 DSAA     12:15-1:30 PM      MW     Fundamentals of Speech                                             $15   3   LIPSCOMB A408
COM     2241 DSAB     5:30-6:45 PM       MW     Fundamentals of Speech                                             $15   3   LIPSCOMB A412
COM     4441 DSAA     4:00-4:50 PM       TTH    Oral Interpretation (Pre: COM 2241 or permission)                  $15   2   LIPSCOMB A408

COMPUTER SCIE CE (CS)
CS     2244 DABA         10:50-1:10 PM   MW     Computer Programming I (Pre: MTH 1112)                             $45   3   BUCHANAN   L105
CS     2260 DBWA         10:50-1:10 PM   MW     Computer Programming II (Pre: CS 2244)                             $45   3   BUCHANAN   L105
CS     2265 DBWA         5:30-7:45 PM    TTH    Advanced Programming I (Pre: CS 2260)                                    3   BUCHANAN   L105
CS     3347 DAWA         5:30-7:45 PM    TTH    Advanced Programming II (Pre: CS 2260)                                   3   COOLEY     L105
CS     4447 DBWA         7:50-10:05 PM   TTH    Systems Analysis & Design (Pre: CS 3323 or CS 3330)                $40   3   COOLEY     L105
CS     4448 DAWA         5:30-7:45 PM    MW     Operating Systems (Pre: CS 3323 or CS 3330)                        $45   3   STONESIFER L120
CS     4449 DAWA         1:40-3:55 PM    TTH    Applied Networking (Pre: CS 4445 & CS 4448 recommended)                  3   STONESIFER L120

DRAMA (DRA)
DRA    2200 DAAA         9:25-11:05 AM TTH      Introduction to Drama                                              $25   2   LIPSCOMB A412
DRA    2200 DSAA         6:55-7:45 PM  MW       Introduction to Drama                                              $25   2   LIPSCOMB A412
DRA    3301 DSAA         4:00-4:50 PM  MW       Acting I                                                           $15   2   LIPSCOMB A407

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIO (ECE)
ECE    3330 DSKA       5:30-10:00 PM     FSSU   Social & Moral Development (Pre: TEP) (Meets: 4/2-4 & 4/23-25)     $15   3   FARVER     A109
ECE    3340 DSKA       5:30-10:00 PM     FSSU   Language Acquisition (Pre: TEP) (Meets: 2/5-7 & 3/26-28)           $15   3   FARVER     A109
ECE    4401 DSKA       5:30-10:00 PM     FSSU   Integrated Program (Pre: TEP) (Meets: 1/15-17 & 2/26-28)           $15   3   FARVER     A109
ECE    4454 DSWA       5:30-8:00 PM      TH     Internship Seminar (Pre: TEP; Co-req: ECE 4474)                          3   BYNUM      TBA
ECE    4474 DSWA                                Internship in Early Childhood (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: ECE 4454)         $50   9   BYNUM
ECO OMICS (ECO)
ECO   2251 DAAN          7:25-9:40 PM    TTH    Principles of Macroeconomics (Fort Rucker)                         $30   3   STAFF        H2
ECO   2251 DBHA          10:50-1:05 PM   TH     Principles of Macroeconomics                                       $30   3   BOYTE      A203
ECO   2251 DBHB          5:30-7:45 PM    W      Principles of Macroeconomics                                       $30   3   BOYTE      A203
ECO   2252 DAHA          10:50-1:05 PM   TH     Principles of Microeconomics                                       $30   3   BOYTE      A203
ECO   2252 DAHB          5:30-7:45 PM    W      Principles of Microeconomics                                       $30   3   BOYTE      A203
ECO   2252 DBAN          7:25-9:40 PM    TTH    Principles of Microeconomics (Fort Rucker)                         $30   3   STAFF        H2
ECO   4451 DBHA          5:30-7:45 PM    TH     International Trade (Pre: ECO 2252)                                $30   3   BOYTE      A203
EDUCATIO (EDU)
EDU    3305 DAWA         5:30-8:00 PM    TTH    Microcomputers in Education                                        $35   3   BENNETT    L105
EDU    3310 DAAC         10:50-1:10 PM   MW     The Professional Educator                                          $35   3   ANDREWS    A309
EDU    3310 DBAB         5:30-8:00 PM    MW     The Professional Educator                                          $35   3   ORTEGO     A112
EDU    3310 DSAA         5:30-8:00 PM    TH     The Professional Educator                                          $35   3   ORTEGO     A310
EDU    4400 DSAA         1:40-4:10 PM    T      Classroom Management                                               $15   3   STAFF      A309
EDU    4471 DSAA         8:00-9:15 AM    T      Curriculum & Instruction Delivery (Pre: TEP)                       $15   3   ROBERTS    A310
EDU    4471 LAB          9:25-10:40 PM   T      Curriculum & Instruction Delivery Lab                                        ROBERTS    A310
EDU    4471 DSAB         5:30-8:00 PM    T      Curriculum & Instruction Delivery (Pre: TEP)                       $15   3   STAFF      A310
EDU    4499 DAWA         3:05-5:20 PM    TTH    Technology Across Curriculum                                       $35   3   YANG       L107
EDU    4499 DBWB         5:30-8:00 PM    TTH    Technology Across Curriculum                                       $35   3   YANG       L107
ELEME TARY EDUCATIO (ELE)
ELE   3360 DSAA       1:40-2:55 PM       TH     Teaching Social Science K-6 (Pre: TEP)                             $15   3   ROBERTS    A310
ELE   3360 LAB        9:25-10:40 AM      TH     Teaching Social Science K-6 Lab                                              ROBERTS    A310
ELE   3361 DSKA       5:30-10:00 PM      FSSU   Teaching Natural Science K-6 (Pre: TEP) (Meets: 1/29-31 & 3/5-7)   $35   3   FARVER     A109
ELE   3362 DSAA       3:05-4:20 PM       TH     Teaching Mathematics K-6 (Pre: TEP)                                $35   3   ROBERTS    A310
ELE   3362 LAB        10:50-12:05 PM     TH     Teaching Mathematics K-6 Lab                                                 ROBERTS    A310
ELE   4401 DSKA       5:30-10:00 PM      FSSU   Integrated Program (Pre: TEP) (Meets: 1/15-17 & 2/26-28)           $15   3   FARVER     A109
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DEPT       O SEC                TIME             DAY   TITLE                                                              FEE HR I STRUCTOR ROOM
ELE       4454 DSWA             5:30-8:00 PM     TH    Internship Seminar of Elementary Education (Pre: TEP;
                                                       Co-req: ECE 4474)                                                        3     BYNUM        TBA
ELE       4474 DSWA                                    Internship in Elementary (Pre: TEP; Co-req: ELE 4454)              $50   9     BYNUM

E GLISH (E G)
ENG    1100 DSAA                8:00-9:15 AM MW        Preparatory English (Pre: Placement)                                      3    PARAMORE A412
ENG    1101 DSAA                10:50-12:05 PM MW      Comp & Modern English I (Pre: Placement or a grade of C
                                                       or better in ENG 1100)                                                    3    BEAGLE       A408
ENG       1101 DSAB             5:30-6:45 PM     MW    Comp & Modern English I (Pre: Placement or a grade of C
                                                       or better in ENG 1100)                                                    3    GRIGGS       A407
ENG       1102   DSAA           9:25-10:40 AM    TTH   Comp and Modern English II (Pre: A grade of C or better in ENG 1101) 3         GRIGGS       A412
ENG       1102   DSAB           5:30-6:45 PM     TTH   Comp and Modern English II (Pre: A grade of C or better in ENG 1101) 3         GRIGGS       A402
ENG       1102   DSAC           8:00-9:15 AM     TTH   Comp and Modern English II (Pre: A grade of C or better in ENG 1101) 3         PARAMORE     A412
ENG       2205   DSAA           6:55-8:10 PM     MW    World Literature Before 1660 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                       3    STAFF        A407
ENG       2205   DSAB           9:25-10:40 AM    MW    World Literature Before 1660 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                       3    TURNER       A407
ENG       2206   DSAA           10:50-12:05 PM   MW    World Literature After 1660 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                        3    JONES        A408
ENG       2206   DSAB           5:30-6:45 PM     TTH   World Literature After 1660 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                        3    BELSCHES     A408
ENG       2211   DSAA           9:25-10:40 AM    TTH   American Lit Before 1875 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                           3    TURNER       A407
ENG       2211   DSAB           8:20-9:35 PM     TTH   American Lit Before 1875 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                           3    BELSCHES     A408
ENG       2212   DSAA           6:55-8:10 PM     TTH   American Lit After 1875 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                            3    ROSS         A412
ENG       2212   DSAB           12:15-1:30 PM    TTH   American Lit After 1875 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                            3    TURNER       A412
ENG       2244   DSAA           12:15-1:30 PM    MW    British Literature Before 1785 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                     3    TURNER       A402
ENG       2245   DSAA           4:00-5:15 PM     MW    British Literature After 1785 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                      3    ROSS         A402
ENG       3351   DSAA           5:30-6:45 PM     MW    Intro to Creative Writing (Pre: 6 hrs of 2000-level English courses)      3    VICKERS      A407
ENG       4402   DSAA           8:20-9:35 PM     MW    Studies in Medieval Literature (Pre: 6 hrs of 2000-level English courses) 3    ORTEGO       A408
ENG       4404   DSAA           5:30-6:45 PM     MW    Milton (Pre: 6 hrs of 2000-level English courses)                         3    ORTEGO       M205
ENG       4405   DSAA           6:55-8:10 PM     TTH   History of English Language (Pre: 6 hrs of 2000-level English courses) 3       ORTEGO       TBA
ENG       4421   DSAA           1:40-2:55 PM     MW    English Novel (Pre: 6 hrs of 2000-level English courses)                  3    ROSS         A408
ENG       4432   DSAA           6:55-8:10 PM     MW    Shakespeare III: The Histories (Pre: 6 hrs of 2000-level English courses) 3    ORTEGO       A410
ENG       4474   DSWA                                  Internship in English Education (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: SED 4454) $50 9             BYNUM

FI A CE (FI )
FIN    3331 DAAA                5:30-7:45 PM     TTH   Managerial Finance I (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252,
                                                       ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221 & QM 2241)                          $30   3     BAEK         M106
FIN       3331 DAAN             5:00-7:15 PM     MW    Managerial Finance I (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252,
                                                       ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 & QM 2241)
                                                       (Fort Rucker)                                                      $30   3     STAFF        ADM
FIN       3332   DBAA           5:30-7:45 PM     TTH   Managerial Finance II (Pre: FIN 3331)                              $30   3     STAFF        M115
FIN       3332   DBAN           5:00-7:15 PM     MW    Managerial Finance II (Pre: FIN 3331) (Fort Rucker)                $30   3     STAFF          H1
FIN       3333   DBAA           5:30-7:45 PM     TTH   Financial Mathematics (Pre: FIN 3332)                              $30   3     BAEK         M106
FIN       4432   DBAA           5:30-9:45 PM     W     Investments (Pre: FIN 3332)                                        $30   3     BAEK         M106
FIN       4435   DAAA           5:30-9:45 PM     W     International Banking & Finance (Pre: FIN 3332)                    $30   3     BAEK         M106

GEOGRAPHY (GEO)
GEO   2210 DSAA                 10:50-12:05 PM MW      World Regional Geography                                                 3     NORMAN       A402
GEO   4402 DAAA                 1:40-3:55 PM MW        Political Geography                                                      3     L BROWN      A407
GEO   4408 DSAA                 9:25-10:40 AM MW       Rural America: Past & Present (Pre: 12 hrs of social sciences)           3     L BROWN      A408

HISTORY (HIS)
HIS    1101 DAAA                12:40-2:55 PM    TTH   Western Civilization I                                                   3     THIGPEN      A407
HIS    1101 DAAB                8:00-10:15 AM    MW    Western Civilization I                                                   3     HOLMES       A402
HIS    1102 DBAA                12:40-2:55 PM    TTH   Western Civilization II                                                  3     THIGPEN      A407
HIS    1102 DBAB                8:00-10:15 AM    MW    Western Civilization II                                                  3     HOLMES       A402
HIS    1102 DSTA                (See Page 15)          Western Civilization II (Telecourse)                         $40         3     S SAUNDERS   A402
HIS    1111 DAAA                6:55-9:10 PM     MW    US to 1877                                                               3     NORMAN       A402
HIS    1111 DAAB                10:50-1:10 PM    TTH   US to 1877                                                               3     R SAUNDERS   A402
HIS    1112 DBAA                6:55-9:10 PM     MW    US since 1877                                                            3     NORMAN       A402
HIS    1112 DBAB                10:50-1:10 PM    TTH   US since 1877                                                            3     R SAUNDERS   A402
HIS    1112 DSTA                (See Page 15)          US since 1877 (Telecourse)                                   $40         3     S SAUNDERS   A402
HIS    3310 DAAA                1:40-3:55 PM     MW    England Since 1688                                                       3     HOLMES       A402
HIS    3315 DSAA                12:15-1:30 PM    MW    The Vietnam War (Pre: HIS 1111 & 1112 or permission)                     3     MARTIN       A407
HIS    3342 DBAA                1:40-3:55 PM     MW    Renaissance & Reformation (Pre: HIS 1101 & 1102 or permission)           3     HOLMES       A402
HIS    3362 DSAA                5:30-6:45 PM     TTH   Archival Methods & Practice                                              3     OLLIFF       L201
HIS    4413 DAAA                6:55-9:10 PM     TTH   Antebellum, Civil War & Recons (Pre-req: HIS 1111 & HIS 1112
                                                       or permission)                                                           3     R SAUNDERS A402
HIS       4474 DSWA                                    Internship in History Education (Pre:TEP; Co-Req: SED 4454) $50          9     BYNUM
HIS       4490 DSAA             6:55-8:10 PM     MW    Senior Seminar in History (Pre: Senior status and HIS 3375)              3     OLLIFF       L201
I FORMATIO       SYSTEMS (IS)
IS     2241      DAAN           7:25-9:40 PM     MW    Computer Concepts & Applications (Fort Rucker)                  $50      3     STAFF      ADM
IS     2241      DSBA           9:25-10:40 AM    MW    Computer Concepts & Applications                                $50      3     STAFF      L107
IS     2241      DSBB           10:50-12:05 PM   TTH   Computer Concepts & Applications                                $50      3     STAFF      L107
IS     2241      DSBC           8:20-9:35 PM     TTH   Computer Concepts & Applications                                $50      3     STAFF      L107
IS     3300      DAWA           7:50-10:05 PM    MW    Introduction to Information Systems (Pre: IS 2241)              $30      3     STONESIFER L105
IS     3300      DBAN           7:25-9:40 PM     MW    Introduction to Information Systems (Pre: IS 2241) (Fort Rucker)$30      3     STAFF      ADM
IS     3300      DBWA           1:40-3:55 PM     TTH   Introduction to Information Systems (Pre: IS 2241)              $30      3     COOLEY     L105
KI ESIOLOGY A D HEALTH PROMOTIO (KHP)
KHP     3361 DSAA       5:30-8:00 PM T                 Integrating HPER into Curricu (Pre: TEP)                           $30   3     BAILEY       A214
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DEPT    O     SEC    TIME            DAY   TITLE                                                          FEE HR      I STRUCTOR ROOM
LAW (LAW)
LAW    2221   DAAA   8:00-10:15 AM   TTH   Legal Environment of Business                                  $30     3   COLLINS     M110
LAW    2221   DAAB   7:50-10:05 PM   MW    Legal Environment of Business                                  $30     3   COLLINS     M110
LAW    2221   DBHN   5:00-7:15 PM    W     Legal Environment of Business (Fort Rucker)                    $30     3   STUCKEY       H3
LAW    3323   DBWA   8:00-10:15 AM   TTH   Advanced Business Law (Pre: LAW 2221)                          $30     3   COLLINS     M110
LAW    3323   DBWB   7:50-10:05 PM   MW    Advanced Business Law (Pre: LAW 2221)                          $30     3   COLLINS     M110
MA AGEME T (MGT)
MGT   3371 DBAA      5:30-7:45 PM    TTH   Principles of Management (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252,
                                           ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 & QM 2241)       $30          3   IRWIN       A213
MGT    3371 DAAN     7:25-9:40 PM    TTH   Principles of Management (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252,
                                           ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 & QM 2241)
                                           (Fort Rucker)                                             $30          3   IRWIN       ADM
MGT    3373 DAHA     10:50-1:05 PM   TH    Operations Management (Pre: MGT 3371)                     $45          3   OZGEN       A213
MGT    4455 DAAA     5:30-7:45 PM    TTH   Employment Law                                            $30          3   COLLINS     M110
MGT    4473 DAAN     5:00-7:15 PM    TTH   Labor Law & Collective Bargaining (Pre: MGT 3371)
                                           (Fort Rucker)                                             $30          3   STUCKEY       H4
MGT    4475 DAHA     10:50-1:05 PM   T     Small Business Management (Pre: MGT 3371)                 $30          3   OZGEN       A213
MGT    4476 DBAA     7:50-10:05 PM   TTH   Strategic Management (Pre: BUS 3382, FIN 3332, IS 3300,
                                           MGT 3371, MGT 3373 & MKT 3361)                            $30          3   IRWIN       A213
MGT    4476 DAAN     5:00-7:15 PM    TTH   Strategic Management (Pre: BUS 3382, FIN 3332, IS 3300,
                                           MGT 3371, MGT 3373 & MKT 3361) (Fort Rucker)              $30          3   IRWIN       ADM
MGT    4479 DAAA     5:30-7:45 PM  MW      Management Seminar (Pre: MGT 3371)                        $30          3   STAFF       TBA
MGT    4481 DAAA     8:00-10:15 AM TTH     Staffing (Pre: MGT 3371)                                  $30          3   MINSKY      A203
MGT    4485 DBAA     10:50-1:05 PM MW      Performance Appraisal & Compensation (Pre: MGT 3371)      $30          3   VOSS        M110
MARKETI G (MKT)
MKT   3361 DAHA      5:30-7:45 PM    W     Principles of Marketing (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2252, IS 2241
                                           & QM 2241)                                                     $30     3   ELBECK      M220
MKT    3363 DBAN     5:00-7:15 PM    TTH   Transportation Management (Pre: MGT 3371 & MKT 3361)
                                           (Fort Rucker)                                                  $30     3   GIBSON      ADM
MKT    3364   DBHA   5:30-7:45 PM    W     Services Marketing (Pre: MKT 3361)                             $30     3   ELBECK      M220
MKT    3365   DAAA   7:50-10:05 PM   TTH   Integrated Marketing Communication (Pre: MKT 3361)             $30     3   FIELDING    M220
MKT    4461   DBAA   7:50-10:05 PM   TTH   Personal Selling (Pre: MKT 3361)                               $30     3   FIELDING    M220
MKT    4464   DBAA   5:30-7:45 PM    TTH   Marketing Research (Pre: MKT 3361)                             $30     3   FIELDING    M220
MKT    4466   DBHA   5:30-7:15 PM    M     Direct Marketing (Pre: MKT 3361)                               $30     3   ELBECK      M220
MKT    4468   DAAA   5:30-7:45 PM    TTH   International Marketing (Pre: MKT 3361)                        $30     3   FIELDING    M220

MATHEMATICS (MTH)
MTH   0096 DSAA      9:25-10:40 AM TTH     Pre-Algebra (Pre: Placement)                                           3   LEWIS       A311
MTH   1100 DSAA      8:00-9:15 AM TTH      Fundamentals of Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 0096)                                                 3   LEWIS       A311
MTH    1100 DSAB     6:55-8:10 PM    TTH   Fundamentals of Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 0096)                                                 3   LEWIS       TBA
MTH    1105 DSAA     10:50-12:05 PM MW     Intermediate Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1100)                                                 3   GAMMON      A311
MTH    1105 DSAB     5:30-6:45 PM    MW    Intermediate Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1100)                                                 3   G BROWN     A408
MTH    1110 DSAA     1:40-2:55 PM    TTH   Finite Mathematics (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1105)                                                 3   B MILLER    A410
MTH    1110 DSAB     6:55-8:10 PM    TTH   Finite Mathematics (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1105)                                                 3   B MILLER    A410
MTH    1112 DSAA     9:25-10:40 AM MW      Pre-Calculus Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1105)                                                 3   GAMMON      A311
MTH    1112 DSAB     6:55-8:10 PM    MW    Pre-Calculus Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1105)                                                 3   G-BROWN     A408
MTH    1112 DSAC     10:50-12:05 PM TTH    Pre-Calculus Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C
                                           or better in MTH 1105)                                                 3   GAMMON      A311
MTH    1114   DSAA   4:00-5:15 PM    MW    Pre-Calculus Trigonometry (Pre: MTH 1112)                              3   R LAFLEUR   A311
MTH    1126   DSAA   5:00-6:45 PM    TTH   Calculus II (Pre: Advanced placement or MTH 1125)                $5    4   GAMMON      A311
MTH    2201   DSAA   12:15-1:30 PM   MW    Business Calculus (Pre: MTH 1112)                                      3   B MILLER    A410
MTH    2201   DSAB   5:30-6:45 PM    MW    Business Calculus (Pre: MTH 1112)                                      3   B MILLER    A410
MTH    2210   DSAA   1:40-2:55 PM    MW    Applied Statistics (Pre: A grade of C or better in MTH 1112)           3   PATRICK     A311
MTH    2251   DSAA   4:00-5:15 PM    TTH   Math Concepts for Teachers I (Pre: MTH 1110 or 1112)                   3   PATRICK     A410
MTH    2252   DSAA   5:30-6:45 PM    TTH   Math Concepts for Teachers II (Pre: MTH 1110 or 1112)                  3   B MILLER    A410
MTH    3318   DSAA   8:20-9:35 PM    TTH   Introduction to Advanced Mathematics (Pre: MTH 1126 or permission)     3   R LAFLEUR   A311
MTH    3325   DSAA   6:55-8:10 PM    TTH   College Geometry (Pre: MTH 3318 or permission)                         3   PATRICK     A311
MTH    4425   DSAA   6:55-8:10 PM    MW    Real Analysis II (Pre: MTH 4424)                                       3   R LAFLEUR   A311
MTH    4441   DSAA   8:20-9:35 PM    MW    Abstract Algebra I (Pre: MTH 2227, 3318 & 3331 or permission)          3   R LAFLEUR   A311
MTH    4452   DSAA   5:30-6:45 PM    MW    Mathematical Statistics II (Pre: MTH 4451)                             3   R LAFLEUR   A311
MTH    4474   DSWA                         Internship in Mathematics Education (Pre: TEP; Co-req: SED 4454) $50   9   BYNUM
PHILOSOPHY (PHI)
PHI    2204 DSAA     10:50-12:05 PM MW     Ethics                                                                 3   E VAN LOO A412
PHI    2204 DSAB     8:20-9:35 PM   TTH    Ethics                                                                 3   R MOORE A412
PHYSICS (PHY)
PHY     2253 DSAA    3:05-5:15 PM    MW    General Physics II (Pre: PHY 2252, L252; Co-req: PHY L253)             3   MIXON       M203
PHY     L253 DSBA    3:05-5:15 PM    MW    General Physics II Lab (Co-req: PHY 2253)                       $50    1   MIXON       M203
PHY     2263 DSAA    3:05-5:15 PM    TTH   Physics II with Calculus (Pre: PHY 2262, L262; Co-req: PHY L263)       3   MIXON       M203
PHY     L263 DSBA    3:05-5:15 PM    TTH   Physics II with Calculus Lab (Co-req: PHY 2263)                 $50    1   MIXON       M203
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DEPT     O SEC            TIME             DAY   TITLE                                                            FEE HR     I STRUCTOR ROOM
POLITICAL SCIE CE (POL)
POL     2241 DSAA         10:50-12:05 PM TTH     American National Government                                           3    MARTIN      A407
POL     3300 DSAA         10:50-12:05 PM MW      Foundations Political Science                                          3    MARTIN      A407
POL     3315 DSAA         12:15-1:30 PM MW       The Vietnam War (Pre: HIS 1111 & 1112 or permission)                   3    MARTIN      A407
PSYCHOLOGY (PSY)
PSY    2200 DSAA          9:25-10:40 AM    MW    General Psychology                                               $15   3    SUMNER      A304
PSY    2210 DSAA          6:55-8:10 PM     MW    Developmental Psychology                                         $15   3    FIKE        A302
PSY    3301 DSAA          5:30-6:45 PM     MW    Basic Statistics (Pre: MTH 1100 or MTH 1105)                     $15   3    K DAVIS     A302
PSY    3303 DAAA          5:30-10:00 PM    T     Educational Psychology                                           $15   3    PITTMAN     A109
PSY    3303 DBAB          5:30-10:00 PM    TH    Educational Psychology                                           $15   3    PITTMAN     A309
PSY    3304 DSAA          8:20-9:35 PM     MW    Abnormal Psychology                                              $15   3    FIKE        A302
PSY    3311 DSAA          1:40-2:55 PM     MW    Research Methods (Pre: PSY 3301)                                 $15   3    K DAVIS     A302
PSY    3346 DSAA          5:30-8:00 PM     W     Educational Assessment (Pre:TEP)                                 $20   3    SCONYERS    A310
PSY    4401 DSAA          3:05-4:20 PM     TTH   Psychological Tests & Measurements (Pre: PSY 3301)               $20   3    K DAVIS     A302
PSY    4402 DSAA          3:05-4:20 PM     MW    Principles of Counseling (Pre: 6 hrs of PSY)                     $15   3    BENNETT     A304
PSY    4460 DSAA          12:15-1:30 PM    TTH   Cognitive Psychology (Pre: 6 hrs of PSY)                         $15   3    J VAN LOO   A304
PSY    4480 DSAA          10:50-12:05 PM   MW    Senior Seminar in Psychology (Pre: Senior Status)                $20   3    BENNETT     A302
QUA TITATIVE METHODS (QM)
QM     2241 DAAA       5:30-7:45 PM        MW    Business Statistics I (Pre: MTH 1112)                            $45   3    GILBERT     M115
QM     2241 DBAA       10:50-1:05 PM       MW    Business Statistics I (Pre: MTH 1112)                            $45   3    GILBERT     M115
QM     3341 DAAA       10:50-1:05 PM       MW    Business Statistics II (Pre: IS 2241 & QM 2241)                  $45   3    GILBERT     M115
QM     3341 DBAA       5:30-7:45 PM        MW    Business Statistics II (Pre: IS 2241 & QM 2241)                  $45   3    GILBERT     M115
READI G (RED)
RED    3380 DSWA          1:40-4:10 PM     W     Children's Literature (Pre: TEP)                                 $15   3    MCFARLAND A112
RED    4481 DSWA          10:50-12:05 PM   T     Language & Literacy Learning: P-3 (Pre: TEP)                     $15   3    HICKS     A112
RED    4481 LAB           8:00-9:15 AM     T     Language & Literacy Learning: P-3 Lab                                       HICKS     A112
RED    4482 DSAA          12:15-1:30 PM    TH    Language & Literacy Learning: 4-6 (Pre: TEP)                     $15   3    ROBERTS   A310
RED    4482 LAB           8:00-9:15 AM     TH    Language & Literacy Learning: 4-6 Lab                                       ROBERTS   A310
RED    4483 DSWA          12:15-1:30 PM    T     Language & Literacy Learning III Int Strat
                                                 (Pre: TEP & RED 4482)                                            $15   3    HICKS       A112
RED       4483 LAB        9:25-10:40 AM    T     Language & Literacy Learning III Int Strat Lab                              HICKS       A112
RED       4484 DSWA       10:50-12:05 PM   M     Language & Literacy IV (Pre: TEP)                                $15   3    HICKS       A112
RED       4484 LAB        9:25-10:40 AM    M     Language & Literacy IV Lab                                                  HICKS       A112

RELIGIO (REL)
REL    2280 DSAA          12:15-1:30 PM    MW    World Religions                                                        3    E VAN LOO A412
REL    2280 DSAB          6:55-8:10 PM     TTH   World Religions                                                        3    R MOORE   TBA

SCIE CE (SCI)
SCI     2233 DSAA         12:45-2:55 PM    TTH   Physical Science (Co-req: SCI L233)                                    3    ARRINGTONM203
SCI     L233 DSBA         12:45-2:55 PM    TTH   Physical Science Lab (Co-req: SCI 2233)                          $40   1    ARRINGTONM203
SCI     2233 DSAB         5:30-7:40 PM     TTH   Physical Science (Co-req: SCI L233)                                    3    ARRINGTONM203
SCI     L233 DSBB         5:30-7:40 PM     TTH   Physical Science Lab (Co-req: SCI 2233)                          $40   1    ARRINGTONM203
SCI     2234 DSAA         7:50-10:00 PM    MW    Earth & Space Science (Co-req: SCI L234)                               3    H BROOKS M203
SCI     L234 DSBA         7:50-10:00 PM    MW    Earth & Space Science Lab (Co-req: SCI 2234)                     $40   1    H BROOKS M203
SCI     2234 DSAB         10:25-12:35 PM   TTH   Earth & Space Science (Co-req: SCI L234)                               3    MIXON    M203
SCI     L234 DSBB         10:25-12:35 PM   TTH   Earth & Space Science Lab (Co-req: SCI 2234)                     $40   1    MIXON    M203
SCI     3336 DSAA         7:50-9:05 PM     MW    Principles of Astronomy                                                3    MIXON    M210
SCI     L336 DSBA         9:10-10:05 PM    MW    Observational Astronomy Lab                                            1    MIXON    M210
SCI     4474 DSWA                                Internship in Science Education (Pre: TEP; Co-req: SED 4454)     $50   9    BYNUM
SCI     4481 DSWA         5:30-8:00 PM     M     Methods & Materials for Sec Science Teacher (Pre: TEP)                 3    PLASH    TBA

SECO DARY EDUCATIO (SED)
SED    3346 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM         TH    Educational Assessment (Pre: TEP)                                $20   3    FARKAS      A112
SED    4400 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM         W     Classroom Management                                             $15   3    PLASH       TBA
SED    4454 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM         TH    Internship Seminar for Sec Ed (Pre: TEP; Co-req: SED 4474)             3    PLASH       A214
SED    4474 DSWA                                 Secondary Internship Grade 6-12 (Pre: TEP)                       $50   9    BYNUM

SOCIOLOGY (SOC)
SOC    3331 DBHA          8:00-10:15 AM    T     Family Relations                                                       3    LOVRICH   A408
SOC    4408 DSAA          9:25-10:40 AM    MW    Rural America: Past & Present (Pre: 12 hrs of social sciences)         3    L BROWN   A408
SOC    4420 DBAA          10:50-1:20 PM    TTH   Sociological Theory                                                    3    BURROUGHS A410
SOC    4425 DBAA          3:05-5:20 PM     TTH   Intro to Survey Research (Pre: 12 hrs of social sciences)              3    BURROUGHS A408
SOC    4456 DAAA          1:40-3:55 PM     TTH   Gerontology                                                            3    BURROUGHS A402

SPECIAL EDUCATIO (SPE)
SPE     3302 DSAA         1:40-4:10 PM     TH    Intro to Moderate & Severe Disabilities (Pre: TEP)             $15     3    RUEDIGER    A309
SPE     3302 DSKA         10:50-1:20 PM    SAT   Intro to Moderate & Severe Disabilities (Pre: TEP)             $15     3    STAFF       A310
SPE     3340 DSAA         10:50-1:20 PM    T     Diverse Learners                                               $15     3    RUEDIGER    A309
SPE     3340 DSAB         5:30-8:00 PM     W     Diverse Learners                                               $15     3    RUEDIGER    A309
SPE     3349 DSKA         8:00-10:30 AM    SAT   Introduction to Mild Disablities                               $15     3    STAFF       A310
SPE     4454 DSWA         5:30-8:00 PM     TH    Internship Seminar in Collaborative (Pre: TEP; Co-req: SPE 4474)       3    BYNUM       TBA
SPE     4460 DSAA         5:30-8:00 PM     TH    Collaboration in Education Practice (Pre: TEP)                 $15     3    STAFF       TBA
SPE     4474 DSWA                                Collaborative Teacher K-6 Internship (Pre: TEP;
                                                 Co-req: SED 4454)                                              $50     9    BYNUM

SOCIAL SCIE CE (SS)
SS      3375 DAAA         1:40-3:55 PM     TTH   Intro to Social Scientific Inquiry (Pre: GS Math)                      3    MCMULLAN M205
SS      4474 DSWA                                Internship in Social Science Education (Pre: TEP;
                                                 Co-req: SED 4454)                                                $50   9    BYNUM
DOTHA CAMPUS                                                                                                                                                Page 15
TROY (TROY)
TROY    1101      DBWC              10:00-2:00 PM      SAT      University Orientation (Meets 3/20 only)                                   1        D MILLER   L107
TROY    1101      DSWA              10:00-2:00 PM      SAT      University Orientation (Meets 1/09 only)                                   1        KNYAZ      L107
TROY    1101      DSWB              10:00-2:00 PM      SAT      University Orientation (Meets 1/16 only)                                   1        D MILLER   L107
TROY    1102      DAAA              5:30-7:00 PM       MW       Career Exploration & Planning                                              2        PETTWAY    TBA
TROY    1103      DAAA              8:00-4:20 PM       SAT      Study Skills (Meets 2/6 only)                                              1        SEAGLE     M106
TROY    3300      DBAA              5:30-7:45 PM       MW       Job Search Techniques                                                      3        SEAGLE     TBA




                          SPRI G 2010 TELECOURSE OFFERI GS
The Telecourse Program provides a quality education alternative to the traditional classroom. A telecourse is a completely
integrated instructional system that combines digital lectures, a textbook, a study guide, and other assignments with limited
on-campus meetings for orientation, study sessions, and exams. Some telecourses are web-enhanced, and incorporate e-mail
and internet information/assignment pages. The telecourse format maximizes learning opportunities by offering AM and PM
class meeting options. Students will receive all telecourse materials at the first meeting. For further information, call (334)
983-6556, ext. 1385. SPECIAL NOTE: Students on probation will not be allowed to register for a telecourse. DUE TO THE
ACCELERATED FORMAT, ATTENDANCE AT THE ORIENTATION, STUDY SESSIONS, AND EXAMS IS MANDATORY.

 Course                                                  On-Campus                                            Class Meeting Dates
 (Instructor)                                           Meeting Option          Room              #1     #2       #3      #4     #5            #6      #7
 Session S (January 4-May 4, 2010)                       (Students must attend all 7 meetings during the Session.)
 HIS 1102 DSTA Western Civ. II 3 Hrs.                 Fri. 5:30-7:25 PM          A402             1/8     1/22     2/5      2/26    3/19        4/9    4/23
 (S. Saunders)                                                 OR
                                                      Sat. 8:00-9:55 AM          A402             1/9     1/23     2/6      2/27    3/20       4/10    4/24

 HIS 1112 DSTA US Since 1877 3 Hrs.                   Fri. 7:35-9:30 PM          A402             1/8     1/22     2/5      2/26    3/19        4/9    4/23
 (S. Saunders)                                                 OR
                                                      Sat. 10:00-11:55 AM        A402             1/9     1/23     2/6      2/27    3/20       4/10    4/24


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Graduate Course Listing
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  Course Section Information
  Each course will have a four-character designation. All four characters must be used on the registration form or entered
  when registering online.
        1st D Indicates that the course is a Dothan course (including Fort Rucker)
        2nd S      Which session (A=1st 9 weeks; B=2nd 9 weeks; S=full 16 weeks)
        3rd A Course delivery (A=lecture; B=in class lab; H=hybrid; K=weekend; R=independent research;
                   S=independent study; T=telecourse; W=Web enhanced; V=interactive class)
        4th A Section Offerings - A=1st Section; B=2nd Section; C=3rd Section; N=Fort Rucker Section

DEPT      O SEC          TIME            DAY    TITLE                                                           FEE   HR   I STRUCTOR ROOM
ACCOU   TI G (ACT)
ACT     6694 DBAA        5:30-9:45 PM    T     Federal Tax Research                                             $45   3    S LEWIS     M109
ACT     6695 DAAA        5:30-9:45 PM    TH    Accounting Research & Communication                              $45   3    GADDIS      M122
ACT     6699 DAAA        5:30-9:45 PM    M     Contemporary Issues in Accounting                                $30   3    BILBEISI    M123
BIOLOGY (BIO)
BIO    5513 DSAA         3:05-5:15 PM    TTH   Limnology (Co-req: BIO L513)                                           3    D MOORE     M224
BIO    L513 DSBA         3:05-5:15 PM    TTH   Limnology Lab (Co-req: BIO 5513)                                 $50   1    D MOORE     M224
BIO    5532 DSAA         7:50-10:00 PM   MW    Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Co-req: BIO L532)                      3    D MOORE     M224
BIO    L532 DSBA         7:50-10:00 PM   MW    Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Lab (Co-req: BIO 5532)            $50   1    D MOORE     M224
BIO    5571 DSAA         5:30-7:40 PM    MW    Parasitology (Co-Req: BIO L571)                                        3    DAPPER      M224
BIO    L571 DSBA         5:30-7:40 PM    MW    Parasitology Lab (Co-Req: BIO 5571)                              $50   1    DAPPER      M224

BUSI ESS ADMI ISTRATIO   (BUS)
BUS     5504 DBAA        5:30-7:45 PM    MW    Fundamentals of Management & Marketing                           $30   3    STAFF       TBA
BUS     5505 DAAA        5:30-9:45 PM    M     Fundamentals of Information Systems & Quantative Methods         $45   3    STAFF       TBA
BUS     6610 DBAN        7:25-9:40 PM    TTH   Business Research Design (Last time offered) (Fort Rucker)       $30   3    BORDERS     ADM

CHEMISTRY (CHM)
CHM    5544 DSAA         12:45-2:00 PM   MW    Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (Pre: CHM 2242/L242 & 5552/L552)          3    ARRINGTON   M203
CHM    5553 DSAA         5:30-6:45 PM    MW    Physical Chemistry II (Pre: CHM 5552/L552)                             3    ARRINGTON   M203

SPEECH COMMU ICATIO (COM)
COM     5541 DSAA    4:00-4:50 PM        TTH   Oral Interpretation                                                    3    LIPSCOMB    A408
COU SELI G & PSYCHOLOGY (CP)
CP     6600 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM       W     Professional Orientation & Ethics                                $15   3    WINDLE      A215
CP     6610 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM       TH    Fac Skills & Counseling Techniques (Pre: CP 6600)                $45   3    MAYER       A304
CP     6642 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM       T     Group Dynamics & Counseling (Req: CP 6610)                       $15   3    KOYAMA      A217
CP     6649 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM       T     Theories of Counseling (Pre: CP 6600 & CP 6610)                  $15   3    TUCKER      A215
CP     6650 DSAA      4:00-5:30 PM       T     Practicum                                                        $45   3    MAYER       A217
CP     6650 DSWB      4:00-5:30 PM       T     Practicum                                                        $45   3    TUCKER      A215
CP     6650 DSWC      4:00-5:30 PM       T     Practicum                                                        $45   3    PEDEN       A310
CP     6651 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM       M     Counseling Diverse Populations                                   $15   3    KOYAMA      A215
CP     6657 DSAA      4:00-5:30 PM       TH    Internship: School Counseling (Pre: CP 6650)                     $45   3    MAYER       A217
CP     6658 DSAA      4:00-5:30 PM       TH    Internship: School Counseling (Pre: CP 6657)                     $45   3    MAYER       A217
CP     6662 DSWA      4:00-5:30 PM       TH    Internship: Community Counseling (Pre: CP 6650)                  $45   3    TUCKER      A215
CP     6663 DSWA      5:30-7:00 PM       TH    Internship: Community Counseling (Pre: CP 6650)                  $45   3    TUCKER      A215
CP     6670 DSWA      4:00-5:30 PM       M     Internship: Rehab Counseling (Pre: CP 6650)                      $45   3    PEDEN       A215
CP     6671 DSWA      4:00-5:30 PM       M     Internship: Rehab Counseling (Pre: CP 6670)                      $45   3    PEDEN       A215
CP     6691 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM       T     Research Methodology                                             $15   3    DAVIS       A304

EDUCATIO ADMI ISTRATIO & LEADERSHIP (EAL)
EAL    7735 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM  W          Development & Operation of Education Plant Facility              $15   3    STAFF       A312
EAL    7758 DAKA      5:30-10:00 PM FSSU       Cultural Diversity (Meets: 1/29-31 & 2/26-28)                    $15   3    JOHNSON     A309
EAL    7791 DBAA      5:30-10:00 PM TH         Organizational & Administration Behavior                         $15   3    MILNER      TBA
EAL    7795 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM  M          Thesis: Problem Analysis Implementation                                3    R DAVIS     A309
EAL    7795 DSAB      8:00-10:30 PM M          Thesis: Problem Analysis Implementation                                1    R DAVIS     A309

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIO (ECE)
ECE    5544 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM       TH    Internship Seminar (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: ECE 6674)                        3    BYNUM
ECE    6618 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM       W     Design Prosocial Learning Environment                            $15   3    WOLFGANG    A109
ECE    6635 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM       TH    Program Evaluation in Early Childhood                            $15   3    WOLFGANG    A109
ECE    6674 DSWA                               ECE Internship Grades P-3 (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: ECE 5544)           $50   6    BYNUM
ECE    7793 DSAA      8:00-10:30 PM      W     Problem Analysis in ECE                                          $15   3    WOLFGANG    A109

GIFTED EDUCATIO (EDG)
EDG     6669 DSKA     10:00-4:00 PM      SAT   Teaching Methods in Gifted Edu (Pre: EDG 6666 & EDG 6667)              3    MORIN       A214
EDG     6696 DSAA                              Practicum in Gifted Education                                          3    MORIN

EDUCATIO (EDU)
EDU    6603 DBWA         5:30-10:00 PM   T     Planning for the Classroom                                       $15   3    PLASH       A309
EDU    6611 DSWA         5:30-8:00 PM    M     Education Technology in Curriculum (Pre: EDU 6605 or EDU 3305)   $35   3    YANG        L118
EDU    6629 DAAA         5:30-10:00 PM   W     The Master Teacher                                               $15   3    R DAVIS     TBA
EDU    6658 DAWA         5:30-10:00 PM   T     Understanding Cultural Diversity                                 $15   3    PLASH       A309
EDU    6691 DAAA         5:30-10:00 PM   M     Research Methodology                                             $15   3    GILMER      A214
DOTHA CAMPUS                                                                                                                                        Page 17
DEPT       O    SEC      TIME                      DAY   TITLE                                                                 FEE   HR I STRUCTOR    ROOM
ELEME    TARY EDUCATIO (ELE)
ELE       5544 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM              TH    Internship Seminar (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: ECE 6674)                             3   BYNUM
ELE       6600 DBAA      4:30-9:00 PM              M     Diagnostic Approach to Teaching Math                                  $15   3   PATRICK       A310
ELE       6604 DAWA      4:30-9:00 PM              T     Seminar in Language Arts Education                                          3   HICKS         A112
ELE       6633 DBAA      4:30-9:00 PM              W     Integrated Thematic Curriculum                                        $15   3   LUMPKIN       A214
ELE       6674 DSWA                                      Elementary Internship K-6 (Pre: TEP; Co-Req: ELE 5544)                $50   6   BYNUM

E GLISH (E G)
ENG    5502 DSAA                8:20-9:35 PM       MW    Studies in Medieval Literature                                              3   ORTEGO        A408
ENG    5504 DSAA                5:30-6:45 PM       MW    Milton                                                                      3   ORTEGO        M205
ENG    5505 DSAA                6:55-8:10 PM       TTH   History of English Language                                                 3   ORTEGO        TBA
ENG    5532 DSAA                6:55-8:10 PM       MW    Shakespeare III: The Histories                                              3   ORTEGO        A410
ENG    6635 DSAA                5:30-6:45 PM       TTH   The Victorian Novel                                                         3   ROSS          M205

GEOGRAPHY (GEO)
GEO   5508 DSAA                 9:25-10:40 AM      MW    Rural America: Past & Present                                               3   L BROWN       A408

HISTORY (HIS)
HIS     5510 DAAA               1:40-3:55 PM       MW    England Since 1688                                                          3   HOLMES        A402
HIS     5513 DAAA               6:55-9:10 PM       TTH   Antebellum, Civil War & Reconstruction                                      3   R SAUNDERS    A402
HIS     5520 DSAA               12:15-1:30 PM      MW    The Vietnam War                                                             3   MARTIN        A407
HIS     5542 DBAA               1:40-3:55 PM       MW    Renaissance & Reformation                                                   3   HOLMES        A402
HIS     6614 DSAA               5:30-6:45 PM       TTH   Contemporary Japan                                                          3   MARTIN        A407

HEALTH SERVICES ADMI ISTRATIO (HSA)
HSA    6682 DAHA       5:30-7:45 PM T                    Health Care Planning & Management                                           3   BORDERS       M114

HUMA RESOURCE MA AGEME T (HRM)
HRM         6622 DAAN               7;25-9:40 PM   TTH   Workforce Planning & Staffing (Fort Rucker)                           $30   3   MINSKY        ADM
HRM         6623 DAAN               5:00-7:15 PM   TTH   Training & Development of Human Resources (Fort Rucker)               $30   3   VOSS          ADM
HRM         6635 DBAN               5:00-9:30 PM   W     Employee Relations & Safety (Fort Rucker)                             $30   3   VOSS          ADM
HRM         6698 DBAN               5:00-7:15 PM   T     Strategic HR MGT (Exam Dates: 5/1 & 5/8) (Fort Rucker)                $40   3   OZGEN         ADM
(Internships available: See Dr. Barbara Minsky)
I STRUCTIO      AL LEADERSHIP & ADMI ISTRATIO (ILA)
ILA    6603     DSAA       5:30-8:00 PM  M       Tools for Managing Education Resource                                               3   RIPPY         A312
ILA    6640     DAAA       5:30-10:00 PM TH      Building & Main Coll Learn Environment                                              3   BAILEY        TBA
ILA    6663     DSKA       9:00-11:30 AM SAT     Practicum (Pre: ILA 6662)                                                           3   R DAVIS       A312
ILA    6691     DSAA       5:30-8:00 PM  T       Research Methodology                                                                3   RIPPY         A312
ILA    6692     DSAA       5:30-8:00 PM  TH      Using Data to Make Decisions (Pre: ILA 6691)                                        3   RIPPY         A312

I TER ATIO AL RELATIO           S (IR)
IR     5502 DAAA                 1:40-3:55 PM      MW    International Political Geography                                           3   BROWN         A407
IR     5520 DSAA                 12:15-1:30 PM     MW    The Vietnam War                                                             3   MARTIN        A407
IR     6620 DBAA                 6:55-9:10 PM      TTH   International Political Economy                                             3   BROWN         A402
IR     6652 DSAA                 6:55-8:10 PM      MW    Theory & Ideology in International Relations                                3   MARTIN        TBA

MASTERS OF BUSI ESS ADMI ISTRATIO (MBA)
BUS         6610 DBAN               7:25-9:40 PM TTH     Business Research Design                                              $30   3   BORDERS       ADM
MBA         6611 DBHA               5:30-7:45 PM M       Business Strategy (MFT Exam: 5/1 & 5/8)                               $30   3   OZGEN         A203
MBA         6640 DSHA               5:30-6:45 PM W       Quantitative Analysis for Managers                                    $45   3   BORDERS       M110
(Internships available: See Dr. Barbara Minsky)
MATHEMATICS (MTH)
MTH   5525 DSAA                 6:55-8:10 PM       MW    Real Analysis II                                                            3   R LAFLEUR     A311
MTH   5541 DSAA                 8:20-9:35 PM       MW    Abstract Algebra I                                                          3   R LAFLEUR     A311
MTH   5552 DSAA                 5:30-6:45 PM       MW    Mathematical Statistics II                                                  3   R LAFLEUR     A311

POLITICAL SCIE CE (POL)
POL     5520 DSAA       12:15-1:30 PM              MW    The Vietnam War                                                             3   MARTIN        A407

POST SECO DARY EDUCATIO (PSE)
PSE     6691 DAAA     5:30-10:00 PM                M     Research Methodology                                                  $15   3   GILMER        A214

PSYCHOLOGY (PSY)
PSY    6606 DSAA                5:30-8:00 PM       T     Intervention for Children & Adolescents                               $15   3   BOEHMAN       TBA
PSY    6610 DSAA                5:30-8:00 PM       W     Physiological Dynamics Alcohol/Drugs                                        3   SAULTER       A217
PSY    6631 DAAA                5:30-10:00 PM      W     Psychological Foundations of Education                                $15   3   FELL          A214
PSY    6635 DSKA                5:30-8:00 PM       FS    Vocational Psych & Career Dev (Meets: 1/8, 1/30, 2/27, 3/27 & 4/10)   $35   3   KOYAMA        A304
PSY    6637 DSAA                5:30-8:00 PM       TH    Stanford Binet & Others (Pre: PSY 6645)                               $45   3   BOEHMAN       A302
PSY    6645 DSWA                5:30-8:00 PM       T     Eval & Assessment of Individual (Pre: EDU 6653 or PSY 6653)           $45   3   PEDEN         A302
PSY    6653 DSAA                5:30-8:00 PM       W     Measurement & Evaluation                                              $15   3   SINGLETARY    A304
PSY    6670 DSWA                5:30-8:00 PM       M     Diagnosis & Treatment Planning (Pre: PSY 6669)                        $15   3   PEDEN         A217
PSY    6688 DSVA                5:30-8:30 PM       TH    Medical & Psychosocial Aspects of Disabilities                        $45   3   TEMPLETON     TBA

SECO DARY EDUCATIO (SED)
SED    5544 DSWA      5:30-8:00 PM                 TH    Internship Seminar                                                          3   PLASH         A214
SED    6695 DSWA                                         Secondary Internship 6-12 (Pre: TEP: Co-req: SED 5544)                $50   6   BYNUM
SPECIAL EDUCATIO (SPE)
SPE     6609 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM                W     Content Enhancement                                                         3   MORIN          TBA
SPE     6620 DSAA      5:30-8:00 PM                T     Service Delivery Models for Mult Disabilities (Pre: SPE 6640)               3   RUEDIGER       TBA
SPE     6630 DSVA      5:30-8:00 PM                M     Collaboration for Inclusion (Pre: SPE 3340 or SPE 6640)               $15   3   MORIN          TBA
SPE     6699 DSAA                                        Collaborative Teacher K-6 Practicum                                   $15   3   MORIN
                                       The Fort Rucker Location
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  Course Section Information
  Each course will have a four-character designation. All four characters must be used on the registration form or entered
  when registering online.
        1st D Indicates that the course is a Dothan course (including Fort Rucker)
        2nd S      Which session (A=1st 9 weeks; B=2nd 9 weeks; S=full 16 weeks)
        3rd A Course delivery (A=lecture; B=in class lab; H=hybrid; K=weekend; R=independent research;
                   S=independent study; T=telecourse; W=Web enhanced; V=interactive class)
        4th A Section Offerings - A=1st Section; B=2nd Section; C=3rd Section; N=Fort Rucker Section

TIME              DAY DEPT         O.     SEC     TITLE                                                                        FEE   HR I STRUCTOR   ROOM
Session A (First 9 weeks) January 4 - March 7, 2010

College of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      HIS    1111   DAAN     US to 1877                                                                           3   WALTMAN       H3
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      MTH    1100   DAAN     Fundamentals of Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C or better in MTH 0096)         3   T LAFLEUR   ADM
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      REL    2280   DAAN     World Religions                                                                      3   R MOORE       H6
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      SOC    3300   DAAN     Social Institutions                                                                  3   BURROUGHS     H1
7:25-8:40 PM     MW      MUS    1131   DAAN     Music Appreciation                                                             $25   2   SHIRLEY     ADM
7:25-9:40 PM     MW      COM    2241   DAAN     Fundamentals of Speech                                                         $15   3   WHITE         H3
7:25-9:40 PM     MW      IS     2241   DAAN     Computer Concepts & Applications                                               $50   3   STAFF       ADM
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH CJ         2221   DAAN     Survey of Law Enforcement                                                            3   STAFF         H5
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH CJ         3345   DAAN     Criminology (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                                             3   STAFF         H5
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH ECO        2251   DAAN     Principles of Macroeconomics                                                   $30   3   STAFF         H2
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH ENG        2211   DAAN     American Literature Before 1875 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                               3   STAFF         H6
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH SOC        3345   DAAN     Criminology                                                                          3   STAFF         H5
5:00-9:00 PM     FRI     TROY   1101   DAAN     University Orientation (Meets 1/15 only)                                             1   D MILLER    ADM

Sorrell College of Business
Undergraduate
5:00-7:15 PM      MW      FIN   3331   DAAN     Managerial Finance I (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252, ENG 1102/04,
                                                IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 & QM 2241)                                         $30   3   STAFF       ADM
7:25-9:40 PM     MW      IS     2241   DAAN     Computer Concepts & Applications                                               $50   3   STAFF       ADM
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH     ACT    2291   DAAN     Principles of Accounting I                                                     $30   3   NELSON        H3
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH     MGT    4473   DAAN     Labor Law & Collective Bargaining (Pre: MGT 3371)                              $30   3   STUCKEY       H4
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH     MGT    4476   DAAN     Strategic Management (Pre: BUS 3382, FIN 3332, IS 3300, MGT 3371,
                                                MGT 3373 & MKT 3361)                                                           $30   3   IRWIN       ADM
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH     ECO 2251      DAAN     Principles of Macroeconomics                                                   $30   3   STAFF         H2
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH     MGT 3371      DAAN     Principles of Management (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252, ENG 1102/04,
                                                IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 & QM 2241)                                         $30   3   IRWIN       ADM

Graduate
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH     HRM 6623      DAAN     Training & Development of Human Resources                                      $30   3   VOSS        ADM
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH     HRM 6622      DAAN     Workforce Planning & Staffing                                                  $30   3   MINSKY      ADM

College of Education
Undergraduate
5:00-7:15 PM    TTH      PSY    4480   DAAN     Senior Seminar in Psychology (Pre: PSY Major, Senior Status)                   $20   3   STAFF         H3
7:25-9:40 PM    TTH      PSY    3351   DAAN     Theories of Learning                                                           $15   3   STAFF         H3

Session B (Second 9 weeks) March 15 - May 16, 2010

College of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      HIS    1112   DBAN     US since 1877                                                                        3   WALTMAN       H3
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      MTH    1105   DBAN     Intermediate Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C or better in MTH 1100)            3   T LAFLEUR   ADM
5:00-7:15 PM     MW      PHI    2203   DBAN     Introduction to Philosophy                                                           3   R MOORE       H6
7:25-8:40 PM     MW      ART    1133   DBAN     Visual Arts                                                                    $25   2   SWITZER       H3
7:25-9:40 PM     MW      IS     3300   DBAN     Introduction to Information Systems (Pre: IS 2241)                             $30   3   STAFF       ADM
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH CJ         3375   DBAN     Introduction to Social Science Inquiry (Pre: CJ 1101, GS Math or permission)         3   STAFF         H5
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH POL        2241   DBAN     American National Government                                                         3   THIGPEN       H3
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH SS         3375   DBAN     Introduction to Social Scientific Inquiry (Pre: GS Math)                             3   STAFF         H5
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH CJ         4440   DBAN     Terrorism (Pre: CJ 1101 or permission)                                               3   STAFF         H5
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH ECO        2252   DBAN     Principles of Microeconomics                                                   $30   3   STAFF         H2
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH ENG        2212   DBAN     American Literature After 1875 (Pre: ENG 1101 & 1102)                                3   STAFF         H6
8:00-4:20 PM     SAT     TROY   1103   DBAN     Study Skills (Meets 4/10 only)                                                       1   SEAGLE      ADM

Sorrell College of Business
Undergraduate
5:00-7:15 PM      W       LAW   2221   DBHN     Legal Environment of Business                                                  $30   3   STUCKEY       H3
5:00-7:15 PM      MW      FIN   3332   DBAN     Managerial Finance II (Pre: FIN 3331)                                          $30   3   STAFF         H1
7:25-9:40 PM      MW      BUS   3382   DBAN     Business Communications (Pre: ACT 2292, ECO 2251, ECO 2252,
                                                ENG 1102/04, IS 2241, LAW 2221, MTH 2201 & QM 2241)                            $30   3   STUCKEY       H5
7:25-9:40 PM     MW      IS     3300   DBAN     Introduction to Information Systems (Pre: IS 2241)                             $30   3   STAFF       ADM
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH     ACT    2292   DBAN     Principles of Accounting II (Pre: ACT 2291)                                    $30   3   NELSON        H3
5:00-7:15 PM     TTH     MKT    3363   DBAN     Transportation Management (Pre: MGT 3371 & MKT 3361)                           $30   3   GIBSON      ADM
7:25-9:40 PM     TTH     ECO    2252   DBAN     Principles of Microeconomics                                                   $30   3   STAFF         H2
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TIME            DAY     DEPT     O.     SEC       TITLE                                                                     FEE      HR I STRUCTOR      ROOM
Graduate
5:00-7:15 PM    T       HRM 6698       DBHN Strategic HR Management (Exams Dates: 5/1 & 5/8)                                $40      3    OZGEN          ADM
5:00-9:30 PM    W       HRM 6635       DBAN Empolyee Relations & Safety                                                     $30      3    VOSS           ADM
7:25-9:40 PM    TTH     BUS 6610       DBAN Business Research Design (Last time offered)                                    $30      3    BORDERS        ADM

College of Education
Undergraduate
5:00-7:15 PM    TTH     PSY     3330   DBAN Health Psychology                                                               $15      3    BENNETT         H5
7:25-9:40 PM    TTH     PSY     3380   DBAN Social Psychology                                                               $15      3    OVERTON         H5

Session S (16 weeks) January 4 - May 4, 2010

College of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate
7:25-8:40 PM     MW      MTH    1112   DSAN    Pre-Calculus Algebra (Pre: Placement or grade of C or better in MTH 1105)             3    T LAFLEUR      ADM
5:00-6:15 PM     TTH ENG        1102   DSAN    Comp & Modern English II (Pre: Placement or grade of C or better in ENG 1101)         3    STAFF            H6
7:25-9:35 PM     TTH SCI        2234   DSAN    Earth & Space Science (Co-req: SCI L234)                                              3    H BROOKS       ADM
7:25-9:35 PM     TTH SCI        L234   DSBN    Earth & Space Science Lab (Co-req: SCI 2234)                                  $40     1    H BROOKS       ADM

College of Education
Graduate
5:00-7:30 PM    T       CP      6644   DSAN Community Counseling Services                                                   $15      3    STAFF           H1
5:00-7:30 PM    TH      CP      6634   DSAN Drug Education, Prevention & Intervention                                       $15      3    STAFF           H1




     Fort Rucker Location Office Hours
                               Monday – Thursday                                       Friday
                              7:45 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.                               8:00 A.M. - Noon



                                           5302


                                           5302           Harper
                                                           Hall
                                                           5203

                                           5301                                                                                    4502

                                                              Ford Hall
                                                                5207




          Admin. Bldg #4502 - ADM • Ford Hall #5207-F • Harper Hall #5203-H • Bldg. #4502–LAB
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                                                           Students Now Have Access
                                                           To More Online Courses
Dothan Campus students have convenient access to all online courses offered across Troy University! To learn more about eCampus visit
http://www.troy.edu/ecampus.

All online courses are being managed by eCampus of Troy University. While this does provide increased access to online courses, it also neces-
sitates a change in some policies and procedures. Please read the following list of issues carefully to be aware of these changes.

      COURSE SCHEDULE AND SYLLABI ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE - To view a list of all online courses and preview the course syllabi, go to
      http://www.troy.edu/ecampus/schedule/index.html.

      SAME REGISTRATION PROCESS - Students who can register through WebExpress can register for online courses offered through
      eCampus using WebExpress.

      STUDENT SERVICES - Students in the Wiregrass area can receive assistance via telephone, or by visiting the eCampus website at
      http://troy.edu/eCampus/index.html, or by calling the Help Desk at 1-800-414-5756.

      DIFFERENT TUITION RATES - The tuition rate for eCampus (online) courses is now different than that of on-campus courses. Beginning
      Fall 2009, tuition for undergraduate online courses will be $220 per credit hour. Tuition for graduate online courses $365 per credit hour
      except for MBA course, which is $540 per credit hour. Dothan Campus scholarships cannot be used to pay tuition for any eCampus
      courses.

      DIFFERENT REGISTRATION DATES – Registration for eCampus T3 courses is scheduled for November 30-January 11, 2010. Term 4
      registration is February 15-March 22, 2010.

      DIFFERENT BOOKSTORE – eCampus provides a Virtual Bookstore through which all books for online courses should be ordered.
      Instructions on how to order through the Virtual Bookstore are at http://www.troy.edu/ecampus/howtoordertextbooks.htm. Students receiving
      federal financial aid may use book vouchers to purchase textbooks through the Virtual Bookstore. NOTE: If you choose to purchase books
      through the Dothan Campus bookstore, first view the online course syllabi at http://www.troy.edu/ecampus/schedule/index.html and make
      sure that you are buying the correct book. The textbook requirements for Dothan Campus courses and eCampus courses may
      differ. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure that they are purchasing the correct textbook.

      DIFFERENT TEST PROCTOR APPROVAL PROCESS - eCampus maintains a database of approved test proctors. Even if you have
      had a proctor approved by the Dothan Campus, all students taking online courses must submit a new Proctor Form every term.
      The instructions and form are located at http://www.troy.edu/ecampus/onlineundergraduateprograms/forms/proctorforminstructions.htm.

      DIFFERENT TERMINOLOGY - eCampus is on a five-term academic calendar. The start and stop dates for eCampus terms are
      the same as the A & B Sessions on the Dothan Campus. The table below illustrates the usage of the term names.

          Dothan Campus Terminology                eCampus Terminology                       Term Dates (eCampus)

          Spring Semester - Session A              Term Three (T3)                           January 4-March 7, 2010

         Spring Semester - Session B               Term Four (T4)                           March 15-May 16, 2010



      COURSE LOADS - Full-Time Undergraduate Load for eCampus (online) is 6-10 semester hours; Overload: 11-13 semester hours. Credit
      overload requires unconditional admission status, a minimum institutional GPA of 3.5, recommendation of the student’s academic adviser,
      and signature of the department chair. Students on academic probation: Limited to 7 (seven) semester hours. See the Graduate Catalog for
      course loads for graduate students.
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                               MAPP MA DATORY TESTI G
 Students pursuing their first bachelor’s degree are required to take the Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress
 (MAPP) when they have between 60 and 70 credit hours. A “HOLD” will be placed on the account of bachelor’s stu-
 dents who do not take the MAPP by 70 hours (48 hours for associate’s students). Any Dothan Campus student who was
 a junior prior to Fall 2007 is exempt from taking the MAPP.
                            For more information, please visit http://dothan.troy.edu/testing




    Troy University Offers Early Admission and Dual Enrollment
                     for High School Students
                                                      Early Admission
       Admission to the University is granted concurrently with secondary school enrollment where academic credit is
       awarded only by the University.
       Applicants desiring early admission should be at least 10th graders in high school with at least a 20 ACT/950 SAT
       and a 3.00 GPA.
       Applicants must submit a letter from a school official authorizing their enrollment under this status.


                                                        Dual Enrollment
       This is for high school students enrolled in college courses in an attempt to concurrently receive college and high school
       credit for equivalent coursework.
       This program is a cooperative effort on the part of the various high schools and Troy University.
       Applicants desiring admission should be at least 10th graders in high school with at least a 20 ACT/950 SAT and a
       3.00 GPA.
       Applicants must submit a letter from a school official authorizing their enrollment under this status.


               For more information contact: Undergraduate Admissions
                   Malone Hall, Room 119, (334) 983-6556, ext. 1229

           ATTE TIO GEORGIA A D FLORIDA STUDE TS
The Dothan Campus offers in-state tuition rates to students who reside in any county within fifty miles of the campus.
Counties within Dothan’s service area receiving this eligibility for students are:

                                                        GEORGIA
                       Baker, Calhoun, Clay, Decatur, Early, Miller, Quitman, Randolph, and Seminole

                                                      FLORIDA
                                  Bay, Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Walton, and Washington
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                                                                          Higher Education Day
                                                                                     March 4, 2010
                                                              What is Higher Education Day?
                                                              A day for students, faculty, staff and other supporters to visit
                                                              Montgomery and take part in a huge Higher Ed Day Rally to
                                                              voice their support for higher education.

                                                              A bus will be provided for students to attend the rally. The first
                                                              25 people signed in at the bus receive a free t-shirt! Additional
            Make your voices heard!                           prizes will be drawn on the bus in route.

            Sign up in Malone 103 or                          Earn professional hours as an education major for attending
           by e-mail, afarver@troy.edu                        Higher Education Day, along with service hours and points for
                                                              other clubs and organizations.


          APPLY OW FOR 2010-2011 SCHOLARSHIPS!
                                               Scholarship Deadline
                                                  March 1, 2010

                          Applications available in Malone Hall,
                      Rooms 100 and 219, and at http://dothan.troy.edu.
                     (Select “Dothan Campus Scholarships” from the Quick Links box at the bottom of the page.)

                              For information, contact Diana Parker at
                                     (334) 983-6556, ext. 1204.

                                                                                GRADUATES, MARK YOUR
                                                                                   CALE DARS. . . .
                                                                               Spring 2010 Commencement Central
                                                                                       Malone Hall, Harrison Room
                                                                                            March 15, 2010
                                                                                             9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
                                                                               Find out important information about graduation
                                                                                         Order your caps and gowns
                                                                                          Order rings and invitations
                                                                                             Career Information
                                                                                          Graduate School Programs


                                                                                               Don’t Miss It!
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                                          Student Government Association
                                                    2009-2010
The purpose of the SGA is to promote excellence in scholarship, coordinate and establish reasonable standards for all student activites
within the scope of the SGA, and be a formal structure for student suggestions and problems. The Student Government Association
will be recognized as the official representative of the student body with regard to student life.




                      Jerry Traylor                                                     Officers and Senators
                2009-2010 SGA President                                                      2009-2010



                  Make the most of your college experience. . .
                   get involved in a campus organization!
 At the Dothan Campus, various programs and services are provided for students to complement and supplement academic
 endeavors. Students are encouraged to participate in University-sponsored organizations.

 Clubs and Organizations

 Alliance for Cultural Diversity
 Chi Sigma Iota
 Christian Student Fellowship
 Circle K
 Creative Writing Club
 Delta Mu Delta (Zeta Omicron Chapter)
 Dothan Campus Ambassadors
 Environmental Awareness Organization
 Gamma Beta Phi
 History and Social Science Club
 Institute of Management Accountants (Student Chapter)
 Kappa Delta Pi
 Pi Gamma Mu
 Sigma Tau Delta
 Society for Human Resource Management (Student Chapter)                    For more information, contact
 Student Alabama Education Association                                      Amy Farver at (334) 983-6556,
 Student Government Association                                             ext. 1205, or visit 103 Malone Hall.
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                    Continuing Education Center
                                  Adams Hall, Room 200, 334-983-0005
The Continuing Education Center offers non-academic certificate courses designed to fulfill license requirements, build skills, or for
personal enjoyment. CEUs (continuing education units) are awarded for satisfactory completion of all courses. One CEU is equal to
ten contact hours of participation. For a complete listing of courses, schedules are available in Adams Hall, Room 200, or view
classes online at http://dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed/.

DEVELOP YOUR CAREER through Healthcare, Real Estate, Post License, and Auctioneering courses. The Real Estate course
meets the requirements of the State of Alabama and will prepare you to sit for the state exam. The School of Auctioneering is the
oldest approved auctioneer school in Alabama and is approved in five other states. Healthcare courses award professional contact
hours.

EAR YOUR CERTIFICATE in Nonprofit Administration, Paralegal, or Computer Technology. Participants in the Nonprofit
Administration program will learn how to effectively organize a non-profit organization. The Paralegal program consists of several
courses which combine instruction in substantive law with practical procedural skills. Technical certification boot camps will pre-
pare you for exams in CompTIAA+ Essentials, IT Technical, Security or Networks, as well as MS Certification Vista, MCITS.

BUILD YOUR SKILLS in computers by taking classes ranging from Basic Computer Maintenance to PowerPoint, Excel, Web
Page Development, Peachtree, and Quickbooks Accounting. Computer classes are typically held over the course of one day or two
nights.

I DULGE YOUR TALE TS by learning to play the piano or by taking up a foreign language! Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy
People is a popular course offered in Spring and Summer of each year. In just one enjoyable evening, you can learn enough secrets
of the trade to make piano playing a part of your life, learning chords, not notes. Spanish offers an excellent opportunity to develop
basic conversational skills to use on the job or when planning a trip.

OSHA classes are offered in 10-hour General Industry and 10-hour Construction, as well as 30-hour General Industry and 30-hour
Construction.


                                               Are You An Expert?
Have you ever thought about sharing your knowledge by teaching a Community Education class? Do you have an idea for a
personal or professional enrichment class or workshop? Are you an expert in arts and crafts, business and careers, fitness and
health, foreign languages, living green, music, personal development, or other areas that our community wants to learn about?
If so, the Continuing Education Center wants to hear from you. Go to the website at http://dothan.troy.edu/continuing_ed/ and




                                         OPE HOUSE
click on the new course proposal form for complete information, or stop by the office in Adams Hall, Room 200.




                                           Thursday, January 7, 2010, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
                                                     Adams Hall, 2nd Floor
                   Stop by for a preview of our 2010 Continuing Education certificate programs,
             business and finance courses, personal development courses, light refreshments and more!

                                                        Invest in yourself!
                              Pick up a Continuing Education Schedule in Adams Hall, Room 200
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                                                                                               SGA Presents. . .




                                                                                                    Spring Picnic




                                                                                              Wednesday, April 21
                                                                                              11 a.m. - 1 p.m. and
                                                                                                5 p.m. - 6 p.m.
                                                                                                 (on the Quad)

                                                                                          Free food and lots of fun!

                                                                          For more information, contact Amy Farver at
                                                                                  (334) 983-6556, ext. 1205.



                    Dothan Campus Ambassadors 2009-2010
     The Dothan Campus Ambassadors work to promote and represent, in a positive manner, Troy University in the local
           community, academic community, at campus functions, and throughout the University’s service area.
        Ambassadors serve and assist the Office of Student Development in recruitment, orientation, and registration.
                             Ambassadors are chosen from a list of applicants each spring.




                                               (Left to Right) Front Row: Rebecca Johnson
                                       Middle Row: Anna Boynton, Veronica Rogers, Annette Barrett
                                        Back Row: Jerry Traylor, LaTyron McCall, Catherine Fuller
                                     Spring 2010 Credit Workshops
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                   These classes may be taken for either continuing education units, teacher education program hours,
                                             or for one graduate or undergraduate credit.
                           These workshops are highly recommended for pre-service and in-service teachers.
            To receive CEUs or PLE hours, register at the Continuing Education Office in Adams Hall, Room 200.
             To receive undergraduate or graduate credit, register through the Admissions Office in Malone Hall.

                                        Classes meet from 8:00 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. in Adams Hall.



RU I G RECORDS A D MISCUE A ALYSIS                                                                             Friday, January 22
Taught by Dr. Cynthia Hicks
This session provides training in using Running Records and Miscue Analysis as an assessment of text reading. It introduces how
to record, score, and quantify a reliable record and how that record can be interpreted. Two options for scoring Running Records
will be taught. Quick appraisal errors and self-corrections are counted, and the accuracy of the reading can be recorded. A second
analysis of how the reader is working on text allows teachers to monitor changes in the way children problem-solve on text. Book
is required and may be purchased at the bookstore. Class will meet in Adams 112.

1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU125                          Undergraduate = EDU9925 DSKA                   Graduate = EDU9965 DSKA
Register before January 12: $55.00              In-state tuition: $208.00                      In-state tuition: $235.00
Register after January 12: $82.00               Out-of-state tuition: $401.00                  Out-of-state tuition: $455.00




U DERSTA DI G WHY CHILDRE BEHAVE AS THEY DO:                                                                   Saturday, January 30
A Different Approach to Classroom Management
Taught by Dr. Elizabeth P. Fell
This session provides an insight into the reasons for children’s (Pre-K-12) behavior. The effects of organization and management
will be examined. Common approaches, behavior modification, prevention, and intervention techniques will be discussed and tied
to the “why” of children’s behaviors. The characteristics of an effective teacher and their relationship to a positive environment will
be presented to help educators and childcare providers better meet individual needs of children.

1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU127                          Undergraduate = EDU9931 DSKA                   Graduate = EDU9971 DSKA
Register before January 20: $55.00              In-state tuition: $208.00                      In-state tuition: $235.00
Register after January 20: $82.00               Out-of-state tuition: $401.00                  Out-of-state tuition: $455.00




DE-MYSTIFYI G PHO ICS                                                                                         Friday, February 19
Taught by JoAnn McFarland
This session provides the pre-service teacher, in-service teacher, or interested parents with a workable knowledge of the sound-letter
relationships of the English language, also known as phonics. To receive academic credit, students will be required to pass a test of
phonics knowledge. This test may be used to complete the phonics requirement for RED 4481.

1 CEU/8.0 PLE = EDU126                          Undergraduate = EDU9926 DSKA                   Graduate = EDU9966 DSKA
Register before February 9: $55.00              In-state tuition: $208.00                      In-state tuition: $235.00
Register after February 9: $82.00               Out-of-state tuition: $401.00                  Out-of-state tuition: $455.00
                                                                  TROY Quest:
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                                                          Dothan Campus Discovery
                                                        Spring 2010 New Student Orientation
                                                       Choose the time most convenient for you:
                                                            Tuesday, December 1, 2 p.m.
                                                           Wednesday, December 2, 9 a.m.

                                                               Held inside Sony Hall in the
                                                               Library/Technology Building
       New Students can                                 TROY Quest is for new freshmen, transfer students,

     register for classes at                                     and new graduate students.

          orientation!                                      Call (334) 983-6556, ext. 1202, to sign up.


                                                                STUDE T ID CARDS
                                                    All students are required to maintain a valid University ID.
                                                  Student IDs are used to access computer labs, library services,
                                                                           and much more.
                                                   Student IDs are issued Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m.
                                                         until 7:30 p.m. at the switchboard in Malone Hall.


                                                             Regular Operating Hours
                                                       7:45 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday
                                                               8 a.m. - Noon Friday
                                                               Special Operating Hours
                                                                 Monday-Thursday
              101 Adams Hall                                         January 4-7
          (334) 983-6556, ext. 1301                               7:45 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Students can now sell back textbooks for cash at any time. At the end of each semester, students will receive half
of what they paid for textbooks that will be used for an upcoming term. Once the bookstore meets its quota, we will
continue to buy back current textbooks at a wholesale price.

								
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