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									                                                         BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY
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                                                          Canyon County Spring Classes
                                                          2011
                                                          Boise State University responds to the needs of students in the Canyon County area
                                                          with undergraduate and graduate class offerings at three convenient locations –
                                                          Columbia High School, College of Western Idaho, and Canyon County Center.


CLASSES HELD JANUARY 18 - MAY 12
For the convenience of our students who live or                                 REGISTRATION: Register online at                                              without a W, and receive a refund through the first
work outside Boise, our regional sites offer many                               broncoweb.boisestate.edu with your Username                                   scheduled day of class.
courses at a location near you. Offerings include                               and Password.                                                              NEW DROP FEE – You may continue to drop classes from
core classes, general undergraduate and graduate                                • Continuing students – beginning Oct. 15 (by                              your schedule, on BroncoWeb. You may attend the first
classes, and degree programs. Classes are sched-                                  appointment)                                                             class to make a decision to stay enrolled or drop before a
uled during the day, in the evening and on the                                                                                                             $10 drop fee per course is charged. Drop fee deadlines
weekend.                                                                        • Non-degree-seeking students – beginning Nov. 29.                         vary. See Calendars at registrar.boisestate.edu for dead-
                                                                                                                                                           lines for Spring 2011.
ADVISING: Contact your departmental academic                                    FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE: Thursday, January 13
advisor or Advising and Academic Enhancement                                                        IMPORTANT FEE POLICY                                   BOOK SALES: Textbooks for all Nampa classes are
at (208) 426-4049.                                                              Once you register for classes/workshops, you                               available at the Boise State Bookstore in Boise or
                                                                                remain registered and are held responsible for the                         online at www.boisestatebooks.com.
REMINDER: A full-time undergraduate student at Boise                            fees and grades assessed for these classes unless                          Arrangements can be made for books, ordered and
State University is defined, for fee paying purposes, as a                      you cancel your registration. If you do not pay for or                     paid for online, to be picked up at the Bronco Shop
student enrolled in 12 or more credits and 9 or more                                                                                                       at the Treasure Valley Marketplace, just off the
credits for graduate students. NON-DEGREE SEEKING
                                                                                do not attend these classes, you are still held
                                                                                responsible for the fees and grades assessed. If you                       freeway at the Midland exit. See the Bookstore web
STUDENTS: Non-degree seeking students will still be                                                                                                        site for more information.
limited to any combination of courses totaling seven or                         decide not to attend any classes, you must drop all
fewer credits; or a maximum of two courses, even if                             of them (including classes and workshops that
these courses total more than seven credits.                                    begin later in the semester) by going to                                   PARKING: Free parking is available at Canyon
                                                                                broncoweb.boisestate.edu no later than Thursday,                           sites.
Check the Vice President for Finance and Administration                         January 13. If you do not cancel your registration or
website at                                                                      pay your fees by the fee payment deadline, you will                        FOR MORE INFORMATION:
www.boisestate.edu/finad/sfs/sfs_tuitionandfees.shtml                           remain registered, you will be charged course fees,                        Call Boise State Extended Studies, (208) 426-1709.
or BroncoWeb for updated information on per credit
costs and impact on student health insurance.
                                                                                and you will be assessed a $50 late penalty.
                                                                                  NOTE: Students in the Masters classes can add/drop                       Visit boisestate.edu/extendedstudies/canyoncounty


                                                                                       COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
A broad array of lower division core classes and upper division classes in Criminal Justice, Communication, Elementary
Education, and General Business is available evenings at Columbia High School. Complete your core and upper division
requirements close to home as a full-time Boise State student.
Columbia High School is located in Nampa at 301 S. Happy Valley Rd. From Interstate 84, take the Garrity exit 38. Go south on Garrity Blvd. Turn left at E.
Flamingo Ave., right at N. Happy Valley Rd., cross Victory Rd. and you’ll come to Columbia High School. See map inside.

                                            For your convenience, all classes for this site are listed here in an abbreviated format.
                                            NOTE: All classes, instructors, and times listed are subject to change. To find courses on BroncoWeb,
                                            sort by these identifiers: Location: Columbia HS in Nampa; Course Career: undergraduate

       Subj      Cat#   Title                                  Credit Hours       Subj      Cat#   Title                                 Credit Hours    Subj      Cat#   Title                               Credit Hours
        Class #Sec Days     Time                    Location      Instructor       Class #Sec Days     Time                   Location      Instructor    Class #Sec Days     Time                 Location      Instructor
                                 ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                ART HISTORY                                                   BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
       ANTH     102   Cultural Anthropology                      3                ARTHIST 101        Survey of Western Art I                   3         BUSCOM 201         Business Communication                     3
        15284 1760 Tu    6:00 pm-9:00 pm    Columbia H. S. White                    74235 1760     M    6:00 pm-9:00 pm    Columbia H. S. Cook             14288 1760 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm          Columbia H. S. STAFF
                                        ART                                                          AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                Prereq: ENGL 102
                                                                                                                                                                                CRIMINAL JUSTICE
       ART          321        Elementary School Art Methods               3      ASL          102      American Sign Language II                    4
         18517 1770 MW 6:00 pm-8:30 pm               Columbia H. S. Buczynski       13826 1760 MW 6:00 pm-7:55 pm             Columbia H.S. Saltern      CJ        101  Intro to Criminal Justice                       3
         Prereq: Upper-division standing.                                           Coreq: ASL 102 CCP1 (lab).                                             14278 1760 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm          Columbia H. S. Skoglund
                                                                                  ASL          102      American Sign Language II Lab                0   CJ        102  Intro to Police                                 3
                                                                                    13828 CCP1 MW 8:00 pm-8:30 pm             Columbia H. S. Saltern       14280 1760 M     6:00 pm-9:00 pm       Columbia H. S. Albanese
                                                                                    Coreq: ASL 102-1760
                                                                                          COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL, CONTINUED
Subj      Cat#   Title                                      Credit Hours        Subj      Cat#   Title                                       Credit Hours       Subj      Cat#   Title                                     Credit Hours
 Class #Sec Days     Time                        Location      Instructor        Class #Sec Days     Time                         Location      Instructor       Class #Sec Days     Time                       Location      Instructor
CJ           104        Intro to Corrections                                3                     ENTREPRENEURIAL MANAGEMENT                                                                    PHYSICS
  1760 W            6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S. Hatch
CJ           363        Criminal Justice Management                         3   320          Entrepreneurial Skills                                       3     PHYS         105      Stars and Cosmology                                4
  18602 1770 M              6:00 pm-9:00 pm         Columbia H. S. Reader         18141 1770 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                     Columbia H. S. Martin         18066 1760 Tu 6:00 pm-8:30 pm                 Columbia H. S. Beaver
  Prereq: Upper-division criminal justice standing.                               Prereq: Junior standing or permission of instructor                             Coreq: PHYS 105 CCP1. NOTE: Lecture meets at Columbia H. S.;
                                                                                                           GENERAL BUSINESS                                       lab meets on Boise main campus.
CJ           375        Law of Criminal Evidence                            3
  18605 1770 W               6:00 pm-9:00 pm Columbia H. S. Cluphf                                                                                              PHYS         105      Stars and Cosmology Lab                            0
                                                                                GENBUS 305           Law for Accountants II                     3                 18067 CCP1 W 6:00 pm-8:30 pm                  Boise Campus Beaver
  Prereq: CJ 103; Upper-division standing or criminal justice associate           16698 1770 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm              Columbia H. S. Reed
  degree standing.                                                                                                                                                Coreq: PHYS 105 1760. NOTE: Lecture meets at Columbia High School in
                                                                                  Prereq: GENBUS 304                                                              Nampa; lab meets on Boise main campus, MP301, Multiprp Clsrm Facil Rm 301
CJ           425        Research Methods                                    3
  18607 1770 Tu              6:00 pm-9:00 pm Columbia H. S. Hatch                                                HISTORY                                                                  POLITICAL SCIENCE
  Prereq: Upper-division criminal justice standing.                             HIST      101  History of West Civilization                   3                 POLS      101  American National Government               3
                           COMMUNICATION                                          12398 1760 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm        Columbia H. S. Clapier                     14284 1760 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm      Columbia H. S. STAFF
                                                                                HIST      112  United States History                          3                                              PSYCHOLOGY
COMM         101        Fund of Speech Communication                       3      16062 1760 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm        Columbia H. S. Baxter
  10208 1760 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                  Columbia H. S.   Vander Boegh                                                                                   PSYC      101  General Psychology                                        3
COMM         221        Interpersonal Communication                        3                     HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                  14286 1760 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S. Tidwell
  18604 1760 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                  Columbia H. S.    Skidmore      HRM         305        Human Resource Management                 3                                            SOCIOLOGY
COMM         351        Intercultural Communication                        3     16226 1770 M 6:00 pm-9:00 pm              Columbia H. S. Barber
  15458 1770 M              6:00 pm-9:00 pm     Columbia H. S.    Bennett        Prereq: Junior standing                                                        SOC       101  Introduction to Sociology                       3
  Prereq: Upper-division standing.                                                                                                                                15120 1761 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm         Columbia H. S. Sanchez
                                                                                                               HUMANITIES
COMM         356        Communication in Small Group                        3                                                                                   SOC       230  Intro to Multi-Ethnic Studies                   3
  16304 1770 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S.    Klassen       HUM         208   Intro to Humanities                                      3      15282 1760 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm         Columbia H. S. Sanchez
  Prereq: Upper-division standing.                                               15290 1760 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                    Columbia H. S. Hughes
                                                                                                                                                                                             SOCIAL WORK
COMM         471        Advanced Interpersonal Comm                       3      Prereq: ENGL 102
  12844 1770 Tu             6:00 pm-9:00 pm     Columbia H. S.    McClellan                                   MATHEMATICS                                       SOCWRK 101    Introduction to Social Welfare                             3
  Prereq: COMM 221 and upper-division standing.                                                                                                                   13528 1760 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm        Columbia H. S. Ette
                                                                                MATH       108         Intermediate Algebra                                 4
                               ECONOMICS                                                                                                                                                        SPANISH
                                                                                 Prereq: MATH 25 or Satisfactory Score on Placement Exam. See Math
ECON      202 Principles of Microeconomics                  3                    Placement Policy in Schedule of Classes.                                       NOTE: If you have any knowledge of Spanish, you must take the Placement
  12728 1760 M 6:00 pm-9:00 pm        Columbia H. S. Holley                      14238 1760 MW 6:00 pm-8:00 pm                    Columbia H. S. STAFF          Exam. For location and hours, call 426-2762.
                                                                                 12060 1761 TuTh 6:00 pm-8:00 pm                  Columbia H. S. STAFF          SPANISH 101            Elementary Spanish I                             4
  ED - CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, & FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES                                                                                                            15274 1760 TuTh 3:30 pm-5:20 pm               Columbia H. S. Sheehy
                                                                                MATH       124         Intro to Mathematical Thought                        3
ED-CIFS 201            Foundations of Education                             3    Prereq: MATH 25 or Satisfactory Score on Placement Exam. See Math                Coreq: SPANISH 101-CCP1 (lab)
  12734 1760 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S.     Hunt           Placement Policy in Schedule of Classes.                                         15278 1761 TuTh 6:00 pm-7:50 pm               Columbia H. S. Lupien
ED-CIFS 203            Child & Educational Psychology                     3      12400 1760 MW 6:00 pm-7:15 pm                    Columbia H. S. STAFF            Coreq: SPANISH 101-CCP2 (lab)
  19033 1760 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                Columbia H. S.     Partridge      12402 1761 TuTh 7:30 pm-8:45 pm                  Columbia H. S. STAFF          SPANISH 101            Elementary Spanish I Lab                         0
  Prereq: PSYC 101                                                              MATH       143         College Algebra                                      3     15276 CCP1 TuTh 5:30 pm-6:00 pm               Columbia H. S. Sheehy
ED-CIFS 330            Elem Social Studies Curr & Ins                     3      11600 1760 TuTh 6:00 pm-7:15 pm                  Columbia H. S. STAFF            Coreq: SPANISH 101-1760.
  19034 1770 M 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S.     Partridge      Prereq: MATH 108 or Satisfactory Score on Placement Exam. See Math               15280 CCP2 TuTh 8:00 pm-8:30 pm               Columbia H. S. Lupien
  Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education                                         Placement Policy in Schedule of Classes. NOTE: Graphing calculator required.     Coreq: SPANISH 101-1761.
ED-CIFS 332            Elem Classroom Mgmt Skills                           3   MATH       160         Survey of Calculus                                   4   SPANISH 102            Elementary Spanish II                            4
  19031 1770 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S.     STAFF          15160 1760 MW 6:00 pm-8:00 pm                    Columbia H. S. STAFF            13782 1760 MW 6:00 pm-7:50 pm                 Columbia H. S. Matheson
  Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education.                                        Prereq: MATH 143 or MATH 147 or Satisfactory Score on Placement Exam.            Prereq: SPANISH 101 or SPANISH 112 or satisfactory placement score.
ED-CIFS 333            Elementary Science Curr & Inst                       3    See Math Placement Policy in Schedule of Classes.                                Coreq: SPANISH 102 CCP1 (lab)
  16158 1770 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                Columbia H. S.     STAFF         MATH       254         Applied Stats with Computers                         4   SPANISH 102            Elementary Spanish II Lab                        0
  Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education                                         12806 1760 MW 6:00 pm-8:00 pm                    Columbia H. S. STAFF            13788 CCP1 MW 8:00 pm-8:30 pm                 Columbia H. S. Matheson
                                                                                 Prereq: MATH 108 , MATH 130, or Math 143 or Satisfactory Score on                Prereq: SPANISH 101 or SPANISH 112 or satisfactory placement score. Coreq:
                                 ENGLISH                                                                                                                          SPANISH 102 1760.
                                                                                 Placement Exam.
ENGL         102       College Writing & Research                        3                                  MANAGEMENT                                                                       THEATRE ARTS
  Prereq: Any one of the following: (1) Grade of C- or above in ENGL 101
  (2) ACT score of 25-30; (3) SAT score of 570-690; (4) COMPASS exam score of MGMT         301        Leadership Skills                            3            THEA      220  Cinema History and Aesthetics                             3
  95-99.                                                                        15618 1770 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                Columbia H. S. Kipp                  13320 1760 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm      Columbia H. S.              Allen
  12062 1761 Th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                    Columbia H. S. Garcia        Prereq: Junior standing and BUSCOM 201 or ENGL 202.
  17362 1762 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                     Columbia H. S. STAFF                                      PHILOSOPHY
ENGL         258       Western World Literature                          3
                                                                              PHIL         201        Introduction to Logic                        3
  12358 1760 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                     Columbia H. S. Hughes
                                                                                16064 1760 M 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                 Columbia H. S. Dickey
  Prereq: ENGL 102
ENGL         278       Surv Amer Lit: Cvl War to Pres                    3
  13294 1760 Tu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm                    Columbia H. S. Scott
  Prereq: ENGL 102




                                                                                                                          COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                                          301 S. Happy Valley Rd., Nampa
                                                                                                                          Call: (208) 498-0575
                                                                                                                          Click: boisestate.edu/extendedstudies/canyoncounty
                                                                                                                          Write: estellus@boisestate.edu
                                                          COLLEGE OF WESTERN IDAHO AND CANYON COUNTY CENTER
Masters degrees in Literacy Education and Bilingual/ESL Education are available weekends at the College of Western Idaho
(CWI) or at the Canyon County Center. Classes are held Friday evenings, 4-10 p.m. and Saturdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
College of Western Idaho is located in Nampa at 5500 E. Opportunity Dr. From Interstate 84, take the Garrity exit 38 and go north on Idaho Center Blvd. CWI
is located north of the Idaho Center, past the railroad tracks. Canyon County Center is located in Nampa at 2407 Caldwell Blvd. See maps below.

                                                   For your convenience, all classes for this site are listed here in an abbreviated format.
                                                   NOTE: All classes, instructors, and times listed are subject to change. To find courses on BroncoWeb,
                                                   sort by these identifiers: Location: CWI; Course Career: graduate

    Subj      Cat#   Title                                            Credit Hours          Subj      Cat#   Title                                          Credit Hours          Subj      Cat#   Title                 Credit Hours
     Class #Sec Days     Time                             Location       Instructor          Class #Sec Days     Time                            Location      Instructor          Class #Sec Days     Time   Location      Instructor

                 ED - BILINGUAL EDUCATION /ESL EDUCATION                                                                    ED - LITERACY
                                                                                            ED-LTCY 554               Literacy Process & Practice                            3
    ED-BLESL 506               Multi Lit: Promoting Soc Just                          3       16328 1500           F      4:00 pm-10:00 pm Canyon Cnty Ctr Gregory
      18100 1150            F     4:00 pm-10:00 pm Canyon Cnty Ctr Steiner                                         Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm
                            Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm                                              This class meets on three intensive weekends: Class dates Mar 18 & 19, Apr 8 &
    This class meets on three intensive weekends: Jan 28 & 29, Feb 11 & 12, Mar 4           9, Apr 29 & 30.
    & 5.                                                                                    NOTE: This class is part of the Extended Master of Arts in Literacy. The cost for a
    NOTE: This class is part of the Extended Master of Bilingual Education/ESL. The         class in this program is on a per-credit basis, whether you attend as a part-time
    cost for classes in this program is on a per-class basis. Fees do not include access    or full-time student. These fees do not provide student access to the recreation
    to the recreation center, health center, student health insurance, or tickets to ath-   center, health center, student health insurance, or tickets to athletic events. Fee
    letic events. Fee waivers do not apply to these classes.                                waivers do not apply to these classes.

    ED-BLESL 507               Parental Inv: Bldg Community                           3
      18102 1150            F     4:00 pm-10:00 pm Canyon Cnty Ctr Lopez
                            Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm
    This class meets on three intensive weekends: Class dates Feb 4 & 5, Feb 25 & 26,
    Mar 11 & 12.
    NOTE: This class is part of the Extended Master of Bilingual Education/ESL. The
    cost for classes in this program is on a per-class basis. Fees do not include access
    to the recreation center, health center, student health insurance, or tickets to ath-
    letic events. Fee waivers do not apply to these classes.




                            COLLEGE OF WESTERN IDAHO                                                                                                                                CANYON COUNTY CENTER
                            5500 E. Opportunity Dr., Nampa                                                                                                                          2407 Caldwell Blvd., Nampa
                     BOISE STATE AFTERWORK                                                      BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES
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                                    At Boise State University we                  Complete Boise State’s Newest Degree After Work.
                                    understand the demands faced                  Bachelor of General Studies (BGS)
                                    by working professionals.
                                                                                  The Bachelor of General Studies degree is designed to meet the
                                                                                  needs of adult students with significant life experience who have
That’s why we offer bachelor’s degrees that can advance your                      already completed sixty credit hours of college credit.
career without forcing you to give it up. Our evening programs
offer the same high quality curriculum and faculty valued by                      Students will work closely with an academic advisor to develop an
Boise State graduates and their employers.                                        academic degree plan through which they can meet their stated
                                                                                  goals and university core learning outcomes. The student's degree
                                                                                  plan must meet the requirements of and be approved by the
                                                                                  General Studies Faculty Committee. Students desiring a discipline-
                                                                                  specific course of study should consider traditional majors.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:                                                             FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Call: (208) 426-3703                                                              Call: (208) 426-5957
Click: boisestate.edu/afterwork                                                   Click: sspa.boisestate.edu/generalstudies
Write: afterwork@boisestate.edu                                                   Write: bgs@boisestate.edu




                                                                  SPRING WORKSHOPS
                                                boisestate.edu/extendedstudies/workshops.html

Interested in learning something new? Do you need 1 or 2                          Subject areas for workshops include:
credits to complete your schedule? Our credit workshops might                     • Anthropology                       • Dispute Resolution
be just what you need. They are offered at varying times,                         • Art                                • Foreign Languages
including evenings, and/or intensive weekends. Workshops                          • Basque Studies                     • Gender Studies
cover a wide range of topics with very focused subject matter.                    • Biology                            • History
                                                                                  • Canadian Studies                   • Health Sciences
Registration: Register online at broncoweb.boisestate.edu with your
Username and Password. Register from home, at any Boise State                     • Criminal Justice                   • Political Science
computer lab, and in the Extended Studies office. You may also register at        • Communication                      • Social Work
other campus sites: Gowen Field, Mountain Home or Twin Falls.                     • Counseling                         • Social Sciences and Public Affairs
Note: If space is available, you may register for workshops before the end of
the day before the workshop begins. After fee payment deadline, payment
                                                                                  FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call (208) 426-1709 or toll-free (800) 824-7017,
for workshops is due at registration.
                                                                                  ext. 5.
      FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE - 11:59 P.M., THURS., JANUARY 13, 2011
Workshop Refund Policy: 100% refund prior to first day of workshop; no             TO FIND CLASS INFORMATION FOR WORKSHOPS
refund beginning with the first day of the workshop.                               You can use BroncoWeb to sort the classes by these identifiers:
                                                                                   Catalog Course Numbers: 294 or 494 or 594
If you have difficulty registering, call Extended Studies at (208) 426-1709 for
assistance.




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