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                                                    2006 SUMMER SCHEDULE                                                  The USI schedule lists the undergraduate and graduate classes, important semester dates, and other valuable information
New students (admission,                                      MyUSI overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7     to help you in planning your semester at USI. Make an appointment with your advisor, who can explain degree
   orientation, registration, etc.) . . . . . . . .2          University Core Curriculum check-sheet . . . .8             requirements for various majors, offer advice on career opportunities available in your major, answer your questions about
Adult admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2      Course repeat policy and processing . . . . . .9
Returning students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2       Graduation information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9       academic programs, and suggest other campus offices to visit for support and direction.
Disability resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2     Did you know? (miscellaneous University
Immunization notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2           policies, services) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Audit students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3   Transportation and parking regulations . . .10              Paperless Grade Reports                                              Keep This Copy
Noncredit courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3      Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act . .10             Fall 2003 was the last semester that grade reports were mailed       A limited supply of class schedules has been printed for
Student financial assistance;                                 Alcohol and other drugs policy                              at the end of the term. An online grade report (by semester)         students and faculty. Keep this class schedule for future
   special programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3         and prevention program . . . . . . . . .11-12            or unofficial transcript (all terms) are available to students via   reference. It contains useful information about the entire
Tuition and fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3     First summer classes . . . . . . .13
                                                              Second summer classes . . . . . .17                         MyUSI. Refer to page 7 for site navigation.                          semester. An online schedule is available through the USI
Registration calendar, including: Early
   Registration, Assessment Day, Billing,                     Third summer classes . . . . . . .20                                                                                             Web site, www.usi.edu/schedules.asp. The fall schedule is
                                                              Graduate classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22                                                                         published in mid-March of each year. The spring and
   Schedule Changes, Withdrawals,
                                                              Campus map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
                                                                                                                          USI Off-Campus and Online Classes
   Open/Late Registration . . . . . . . . . . .4-5                                                                                                                                             summer schedules are published in mid-October of each year.
                                                                                                                          If you live on the east side of Evansville or in Warrick County,
Schedule changes, withdrawals, refunds,                                                                                   USI courses may be right in your backyard! Each spring and
   (after start of term) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
                                                                                                                          fall, many courses (most meeting University Core Curriculum          Are You Registered to Vote?
                                                                                                                          requirements) are offered at the following off-campus locations:     If you are not registered to vote, visit the Federal Election
               2006 Summer Calendar*                                                                                         Eastside–National Guard Armory, 3300 E. Division St.              Commission site at www.fec.gov/votregis/vr.htm for a Voter
2006 FIRST SUMMER SESSION*                                                                                                   Warrick County–Castle High School, Hwy. 261, Newburgh             Registration Application (Adobe Acrobat). Registration forms
MAY                                                                                                                       For directions, maps, and parking information for these off-         for Indiana residents also will be available in the Registrar’s
    3,        Wednesday                 First summer ICN registration deadline                                                                                                                 Office and the Office of Student Development.
                                                                                                                          campus sites, visit www.usi.edu/extserv/offcampus.asp. Several
    8,        Monday                    Registration
    9,        Tuesday                   Classes begin, late registration begins                                           other off-campus locations are utilized from time to time; a
 9-12,        Tues.-Fri.                Pass/no pass period                                                               complete list of off-campus classes is on page 31 of the spring      Change of address notice
   10,        Wednesday                 Schedule revision period ends,                                                    and fall schedules. Additionally, off-campus courses are
                                        End of 90 percent refund period                                                                                                                        According to the Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Code
  12,         Friday                    End of 80 percent refund period
                                                                                                                          shaded in gray. Visit www.usi.edu/distance for additional            of Student Behavior, section 2.16.4, you are required to report
  16,         Tuesday                   End of 70 percent refund period                                                   information. For your convenience… continuing or                     to the Registrar’s Office any change of address. Visit the
  18,         Thursday                  End of 60 percent refund period                                                   readmitting students can register online via MyUSI.                  Registrar’s Office, Rm.1075 in the Orr Center, with the new
  26,         Friday                    Last day to drop/withdraw without evaluation                                      See pages 4-5 of this schedule for details.
  29,         Monday                    Memorial Day, University closed                                                                                                                        address information or log on to MyUSI at www.usieagles.org.
JUNE                                                                                                                                                                                           Residence students: your local address in the student
   9,         Friday                    First summer term ends                                                            Final Exam Schedule                                                  information system will periodically be updated to your
                                                                                                                          During the summer terms, final exams are to be given on              USI housing address.
2006 SECOND SUMMER SESSION*
JUNE                                                                                                                      the last scheduled meeting day of the last week that the class
    7,        Wednesday                 Second summer ICN registration deadline                                           meets. For example, if the class meets MTWRF for five weeks,
   12,        Monday                    Registration
   13,        Tuesday                   Classes begin, late registration begins
                                                                                                                          the final will be on the Friday of the fifth week. Students
13-16,        Tues.-Fri.                Pass/no pass period                                                               wishing to drop or withdraw must do so by the last day of
   14,        Wednesday                 Schedule revision period ends,                                                    classes before the final exam. Using the same MTWRF                          Graduate programs at USI
                                        End of 90 percent refund period
                                                                                                                          example, the last day to drop (with evaluation) would be the
   16,        Friday                    End of 80 percent refund period
   20,        Tuesday                   End of 70 percent refund period                                                   Thursday of the fifth week.                                           University of Southern Indiana grants the following
   22,        Thursday                  End of 60 percent refund period                                                                                                                         graduate degrees: Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Master
   30,        Friday                    Last day to drop/withdraw without evaluation
JULY
                                                                                                                                                                                                of Business Administration, Master of Health Administration,
    4,        Tuesday                   No classes, University closed                                                                                                                           Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in
   14,        Friday                    Second summer term ends
                                                                                                                                                                                                Accountancy, Master of Science in Education, Master of
2006 THIRD SUMMER SESSION*                                                                                                                                                                      Science in Industrial Management, Master of Science in
JULY                                                                                                                                                                                            Nursing, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, and
   12,        Wednesday                 Third summer ICN registration deadline
   17,        Monday                    Registration
                                                                                                                                                                                                Master of Social Work.
   18,        Tuesday                   Classes begin, late registration begins
18-21,        Tues.-Fri.                Pass/no pass period                                                                                                                                      For general information about Graduate Studies, contact
   19,        Wednesday                 Schedule revision period ends,
                                        End of 90 percent refund period                                                                                                                         Peggy F. Harrel, director of Graduate Studies and Sponsored
  21, Friday                            End of 80 percent refund period                                                                                                                            Research, 812/465-7015 or visit www.usi.edu/gradstud
  25, Tuesday                           End of 70 percent refund period
  27, Thursday                          End of 60 percent refund period
AUGUST
   4, Friday                            Last day to drop/withdraw without evaluation
  18, Friday                            Third summer term ends

*Calendar is tentative and subject to change.


                                                              How to read the class schedule
                                                                    University Core Curriculum Footnote
        Course call number
                                                                     designates the University Core Curriculum                                        Footnote               Meeting           Course beginning and
       used for online scheduling
                                                                      category (if any) this course will satisfy                                 refers to footnote key       Days                 ending times                    Instructor’s name


        99999 ENG 101.001 A1 RHET & COMP I: CRIT THINK $ 3 MWF 0800AM-0850AM LA 2001 STAFF
                           Course                      Course                     Course                                  Course Title                  Number of credit hours                                         Building and room
                          Discipline                   Number                Section Number                                                                                                                                  number
   2             University of Southern Indiana
New Undergraduate Students                                                                                           New Student Orientation and Registration
If you are a new USI student who previously has not attended the University, you must                                As a new freshman or transfer student, you will be required to attend an Orientation program to
be admitted prior to enrolling in classes. The application for admission is available at                             introduce you to life at USI. Participation is a prerequisite of registration. At Orientation, you
www.usi.edu/admissn.asp or in the Office of Admission, on the first floor of the Orr Center;                         will become acquainted with the educational opportunities, facilities, and procedures at USI and
phone 812/464-1765 or 800/467-1965. To make the registration process as easy as possible,                            will receive a USI Bulletin (USI’s academic catalog). During Orientation, you will work with an
you should complete your application for admission file at least two weeks prior to the summer                       academic advisor who will assist you with course selection and registration for classes. Although
term in which you plan to enroll. An application file may still be completed after this date, but you will           participation in Orientation is not required prior to summer enrollment (for those students
be more likely to experience delays during registration. Completed application files must have the                   getting an early start), it is a prerequisite of registration for the fall semester. Refer to the fall
application for admission form, official transcripts, a $25* non-refundable application fee, and                     schedule for Orientation dates; learn more about Orientation by visiting
SAT or ACT scores. (If you have been out of high school for three or more years, you are not                         www.usi.edu/orientation; e-mail connect@usi.edu; phone 812/465-7167 or 800/350-7830.
required to take either the SAT or ACT.)
                                                                                                                     New Graduate Students
Adult Admission                                                                                                      If you would like to enroll in graduate classes, you must first be admitted to graduate study.
If you are a new USI student, 25 years of age or older, and want to speak with someone who                           The application for admission to graduate study is available at www.usi.edu/gradstud/appl.asp
will understand your particular needs and goals, contact Dennis Avery, adult student admission                       or in the Office of Graduate Studies, Rm 104M of the Wright Administration Building; phone
coordinator, at 812/464-1765 or 800/467-1965.                                                                        812/465-7015. Completed application files must have the application for graduate admission
                                                                                                                     form, official transcripts from all higher education institutions attended, a $25* non-refundable
New Student Academic Placement and Testing                                                                           application fee, and any other admission credentials required by the program.
The Department of English has mandatory placement for all introductory writing courses
(GENS098, ENG 100 and 101). Placement into an appropriate writing course is determined by a                          Returning Students
student’s high school GPA and verbal SAT/ACT score. Students who do not have a high school                           If you previously were enrolled as an undergraduate student and plan to re-enroll, complete an
GPA or SAT/ACT score on file will be automatically placed into ENG 100. Transfer students’                           Application for Undergraduate Readmission by visiting www.usi.edu/reg or the Office of the
English placement will be based upon their transfer credit evaluation.                                               Registrar, Rm. 1075 of the Orr Center. If you previously were enrolled in a graduate degree
                                                                                                                     program and wish to re-enroll, you may complete the online graduate readmission form, found at
The Department of Mathematics has mandatory placement for all entry-level mathematics                                www.usi.edu/gradstud/admit.asp. If you previously were enrolled as a graduate student but have
courses. Placement into an appropriate course is determined by a mathematics placement test;                         not been admitted to a graduate program, complete a graduate Application for Admission
therefore it is extremely important that one’s best effort be given in taking this test.                             through the Office of Graduate Studies, Rm 104M of the Wright Administration Building.
                                                                                                                     For information, call 812/465-7015 or e-mail gssr@usi.edu. The readmission process should be
Some students may be exempt from taking the math placement test, based on the following:
                                                                                                                     completed well before the beginning of the term. As a returning student, you must submit an
   • SAT Math score of at least 640 or ACT Math score of at least 29
                                                                                                                     official transcript from each college or university you have attended since discontinuing
   • high school GPA of at least a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and
                                                                                                                     enrollment at USI.
     SAT Math score of at least 600 or ACT Math score of at least 26
A student exempt from placement testing may, with the assistance of an advisor, select the math                      Disability Resources
course which best meets the requirements of his or her program of study.
                                                                                                                     USI students with disabilities can receive accommodation assistance through the University
   Nontraditional Students – Because students who enter courses at the proper level are more successful in
                                                                                                                     Counseling Center. To qualify, you must register at least 60 days prior to the date services are
   college than students who take a course that is too easy or one that is too difficult, the Department of          needed. More information is available at www.usi.edu/cou or in the Counseling Center, Rm 1051
   Mathematics recommends that all nontraditional students take placement tests. Placement tests do not              of the Orr Center; phone 812/464-1961, 812/464-1867, or TDD 812/465-7072.
   affect admission to the University; the results of the placement tests are used only to assist students in
   selecting the appropriate entry-level math course. Starting in the right course will help you succeed
   academically, which ultimately will save you time and money.
                                                                                                                     Immunization Notice
                                                                                                                     All students entering the University for the first time and/or living in University housing must
   Transfer Students – The Department of Mathematics will exempt transfer students from placement testing            meet the immunization requirements of the University and Indiana Code 20-12-71 enacted by
   who provide evidence of successful completion of prerequisite courses or the appropriate Math SAT or ACT score.
                                                                                                                     the 2002 Indiana General Assembly. To comply with the requirements, you must provide current
                                                                                                                     documentation of the following immunizations:
Foreign language placement is recommended for students who studied French, German, Spanish,
                                                                                                                     • two measles, one mumps, and one rubella (two MMR vaccines acceptable; first MMR
Japanese, or Latin in high school. The foreign language placement test may allow those students
                                                                                                                       must be given after 1967 and not before first birthday), or a physician’s written statement of
to enroll in a course ranging from the second to the fifth semester of language study. Achieving a
                                                                                                                       immunity to measles and mumps due to having had the infection. Students born before
grade of B or better in the course in which they are placed, then completing a Departmental
                                                                                                                       January 1, 1957, are exempt from the MMR requirement.
Credit form, earns credit for all preceding courses. Students requesting Japanese or Latin
                                                                                                                     • tetanus/diphtheria (Td booster) within past 10 years – tetanus toxoid NOT ACCEPTABLE
placement should contact the Department of Foreign Languages (812/461-5203); French,
                                                                                                                     • tuberculin skin test (Mantoux only; must be administered and read in the United States) prior
German, and Spanish placement tests are given by Academic Skills (812/464-1743).
                                                                                                                       to the start of the first semester at USI, no earlier than six months prior for American citizens
                                                                                                                       and six weeks prior for international students; must be read within 48-72 hours of
Placement Testing
                                                                                                                       administration; to be valid, needs the signature of doctor or nurse reading results
• Any required placement testing must be completed prior to advising and registration (this may
                                                                                                                     • beginning January 1, 2003, all students MUST read and sign the Meningococcal and Hepatitis
  be accomplished by either coming to campus prior to the day of Orientation or on the day of
                                                                                                                       B Risk Acknowledgement Form and return it with the Immunization Form in order to
  Orientation).
                                                                                                                       complete their file
• If testing on the day of Orientation, you will test in the morning and attend the orientation
  session in the afternoon.
                                                                                                                     For further information or for questions, contact the Student Immunization Office at 812/461-5285.
• Your Social Security number and a photo ID are required to test.
                                                                                                                     The documentation must be mailed, delivered, or faxed to the USI Student Immunization Office
• Registration for placement testing is required. Contact Academic Skills (812/464-1743)
                                                                                                                     prior to the start of your first semester at USI; lower level of the Health Professions Center, Rm.
  between 8-4:30 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday, to schedule a time for placement
                                                                                                                     0102; fax 812/461-5284. Immunization requirements and a downloadable immunization form can
  testing, even if testing on the day of Orientation.
                                                                                                                     be found at www.usi.edu/stl/imz/imm.asp.
• Students with disabilities requesting special accommodations must be registered with the
  Counseling Center at least two weeks in advance of scheduling an appointment for placement
                                                                                                                     *See “Tuition and fees” information on page 3.
  testing. Contact the Counseling Center at 812/464-1961 or 812/464-1867 for more
  information.
For further details about academic placement and testing, visit www.usi.edu/acadskil/asplacmt.asp
or contact one of the following:
    English–812/465-7128 or mkearns@usi.edu
    Mathematics–812/465-1689 or krodgers@usi.edu
    Foreign Language–812/461-5203 or lroberts@usi.edu
                                  2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                             3
Audit Students                                                                                                                         SPECIAL PROGRAMS
If you are an undergraduate student who wishes to audit a course for no credit, you must obtain        Information about these programs is available in the Student Financial Assistance Office in
the signatures of the instructor of the course and the chair of the department which offers the        the Orr Center; phone 812/464-1767 or 800/467-1965 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday
course. Permission depends upon space in the classroom and appropriateness of the class for            through Friday.
audit. If you audit a course your name will not appear on the class roster or grade report and no
notation of the audit will be made on your permanent record. Once you have registered to audit,        Child of Disabled or Deceased Veteran
you may not transfer to credit status. The fee for auditing a course is $35* plus any applicable lab
                                                                                                       Required instructional fees are waived for children of certain service-connected disabled
fees and University services fees. Registration materials for auditing a class can be picked
                                                                                                       or deceased veterans. The veteran must be considered an Indiana veteran by the Indiana
up in the Office of the Registrar during the published dates of late registration.
                                                                                                       Department of Veterans Affairs and the student must be classified as an Indiana resident
                                                                                                       for tuition purposes. Waivers are available for four years of undergraduate or graduate study
Noncredit Courses                                                                                      (124 semester credits) including study under the CDV program at other state universities and
The Division of Extended Services offers continuing education programs across a broad range of         colleges. The student must be enrolled in degree or certificate coursework for college credit and
subject areas and formats. Personal growth and leisure activities, fitness/wellness programs, and      must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year.
specialized programming for children and retired persons are offered both on and off campus.
Extended Services assists business professionals and organizations by offering workplace computer      One-Course Plan
application and certification courses, leadership courses, programs for quality, supply chain,
                                                                                                       Persons eligible for the One-Course Plan include retired individuals and spouses of eligible
safety, and human resource professionals. Workplace contractual programs are available for area
                                                                                                       full-time USI students. Retired persons include anyone over the age of 60.
organizations. New schedules of public session courses are available in early January, early May,
and late August each year from the Division of Extended Services, located in the Orr Center;
                                                                                                       Students who fit into one of the above categories and are new to the University may enroll in
phone 812/464-1989 or 800/467-8600; www.usi.edu/extserv; address e-mail inquiries to:
                                                                                                       their first USI undergraduate course for total instructional fees of $25* plus applicable incidental
extserv@usi.edu.
                                                                                                       fees (may include lab fees, refundable breakage deposits, distance education material charges,
                                                                                                       parking fees, etc.). Course enrollment must be completed during late registration on a space-
                                                                                                       available basis.
       STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE INFORMATION
Student financial assistance includes scholarships, grants, loans, vocational rehabilitation           Spouses of full-time students are eligible if the full-time student has a 2.0 minimum cumulative
awards, tuition awards, and student employment under the Federal Work Study program.                   USI grade point average. When the One-Course Plan is used in the fall or spring, the full-time
Most types of aid will appear as a credit against tuition and fees on the bill sent prior to the       student must be enrolled in 12 or more semester hours in the same term. For any summer session,
start of classes. Some aid types such as Stafford Loans and Parent PLUS Loans require special          the full-time student must have been enrolled in 12 or more semester hours in the preceding
procedures and may not appear on the tuition bill as an actual credit. Contact the Student             spring term or be registered for 12 or more semester hours in the following fall term. An
Financial Assistance Office if you have questions about these procedures. The Student Financial        exception is made for graduate students who are defined as full-time when enrolled in nine or
Assistance Office is located on the first floor of the Orr Center; phone 812/464-1767 or               more semester hours.
800/467-1965; www.usi.edu/finaid/; e-mail finaid@usi.edu.
                                                                                                       Students enrolled in the One-Course Plan are limited to one course in the semester or summer
Application for Financial Aid                                                                          session in which they participate in this plan. The plan may be used only once and may not
                                                                                                       be repeated.
To be considered for all types of financial assistance, you must submit the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Renewal FAFSA to Federal Student Aid Programs processor
prior to March 1 preceding the academic year for which aid is being requested. Required docu-
mentation such as the USI Financial Aid Data Form and signed photocopies of prior year tax                                              TUITION AND FEES
returns (if requested by USI) must be submitted to the Student Financial Assistance Office by          Registration Fees*
May 1. Applications and files completed after these deadlines will be considered on a funds-
                                                                                                       All University fees and assessments are established by the USI Board of Trustees, who reserves
available basis throughout the academic year. The financial aid award year starts in the fall
                                                                                                       the right to make necessary adjustments in academic and student services fees or residence
and ends the following summer.
                                                                                                       charges at any future time. Undergraduate tuition for 2006 summer is $141.45 per semester hour
                                                                                                       for Indiana students and $337.25 per semester hour for non-resident students. Graduate tuition is
Enrollment Status/Credit Level                                                                         $205.40 per semester hour for resident students and $405.65 per semester hour for non-resident
For financial aid purposes, the following minimums apply in determining eligibility for assistance.    students. There may be additional fees assessed for courses with laboratory or studio
                       Full-time           3/4 time         1/2 time                                   requirements. New undergraduate students are assessed a one-time, non-refundable $65
Undergraduate          12 cr. hrs.         9 cr. hrs.       6 cr. hrs.                                 matriculation fee the first term they enroll. Students are assessed the following fees for each
Graduate                9 cr. hrs.            —             5 cr. hrs.                                 summer term in which they enroll:
                                                                                                                  1. University Services Fee–$10 per session
Note: Assistance may be reduced or withdrawn for less than full-time enrollment. Only credits                     2. Transportation and Parking Fee–$16 per session
which are required for successful completion of the student’s degree program may be counted in                    3. Student Activity Fee–$5 per session
the determination of enrollment status. Students who receive aid for courses not required for
graduation will be required to repay all or a portion of such aid. Financial aid recipients are        USI has teamed with Fifth Third bank to offer an automatic deposit program for refunds:
responsible for reading and understanding the reasonable academic progress policy available in         e53Direct. Tuition refunds, student loan funds, scholarship awards, grants, PLUS loans, and
the Student Financial Assistance Office. Some financial aid programs require continuous full-          other disbursements are deposited directly into your account and you are notified by e-mail of the
time enrollment. Scholarship rules vary by program. Recipients are responsible for knowing             deposit. For information or to apply for a free account, visit MyUSI at www.usieagles.org and
the rules applicable to their particular scholarship(s).                                               look for the e53Direct logo.

Financial Responsibility
Students who do not receive a financial aid notification letter prior to tuition billing must pay
their tuition and fees by the due date in order to retain the classes for which they are registered.
Students who have sufficient aid to pay tuition/fees must sign and return the bill to hold               UNIVERSITY CORRESPONDENCE VIA EMAIL
registered classes. Students who have a balance remaining after aid is applied must pay the
balance in full or choose the payment plan. Students who have aid pending may deduct the                University of Southern Indiana provides free electronic mail for students
estimated amounts and pay the remaining balance. Students who fail to return the bill with              through MyUSI (www.usieagles.org). The University routinely uses this USI
either the required payment or a signature (when financial aid covers tuition/fees) will have           e-mail account for both formal and informal communication with students.
their registration canceled.
                                                                                                        Students are expected to check their USI e-mail account regularly for
                                                                                                        University correspondence. Refer to page 7 of this schedule for more
                                                                                                        information about MyUSI and USI’s e-mail service.
     4         University of Southern Indiana
                                                                              REGISTRATION CALENDAR
                                             (including dates for early registration, schedule revisions and withdrawals, billing, and open/late registration)
                                                      Refer to the corresponding numbered sections on pages four and five for further details.

                                   1                        2                          3                            4                             5                                 6                                 7
                               Early               Extended period          Early registration          Extended period              Final schedule                           Open                               Late
                            registration            of registration;            bills sent;              of registration;               revision,                          registration                      registration
                                                        schedule              bill due date                  schedule                 withdrawal*
                                                       revisions,                                           revisions,              period before the
                                                     withdrawals                                          withdrawals                 term begins
                                                    prior to billing                                     after bills sent            (if account was settled
                                                                                                                                    with Bursar by due date)

                                                                           bills sent Tues, Nov 29;     November 29 -               December 20 - January 3* Friday, January 6
 Spring                 November 3-18             none                                                                              (Web will be available over holiday                                 January 9-13
                                                                           due Tues, Dec 13             December 20                                                     (bills due January 17)
                                                                                                                                    break, January 3 is last day)

                                                                           bills sent Tues, April 18;                                                                 Monday, May 8
 First summer           November 3-18             November 18-April 14                                  April 18 - May 4            May 4* is last day                                                  May 9-10
                                                                           due Tues, May 2                                                                            (bills due same day)

                                                                           bills sent Tues, May 23;                                                                   Monday, June 12
 Second summer          November 3-18             November 18-May 19                                    May 23 - June 8             June 8* is last day                                                 June 13-14
                                                                           due Tues, June 6                                                                           (bills due same day)

                                                                           bills sent Tues, June 27;                                                                  Monday, July 17
 Third summer           November 3-18             November 18-June 23                                   June 27 - July 13           July 13* is last day                                                July 18-19
                                                                           due Tues, July 11                                                                          (bills due same day)


 1             EARLY REGISTRATION: NOVEMBER 3-18                                                             The initial period of Early Registration for
The purpose of the early registration period is to let continuing and readmission students select
courses prior to the beginning of the term. Once you complete early registration, you will have           Spring and/or Summer 2006 is November 3-18
reserved space in the classes for which you have registered. If you ARE NOT enrolled in the              Students register according to the total of their earned plus currently enrolled hours, and are
2005 fall semester, but have been enrolled previously, visit www.usi.edu/reg or the Office of the        encouraged to register on their first day of eligibility. If you cannot register on the assigned day,
Registrar for undergraduate readmission (812/465-1157 or 800/467-1965). New (incoming)                   you may do so on any of the subsequent days. Degree-seeking undergraduates should review
undergraduate students are not eligible for Web registration and must attend Orientation,                their Degree Audit (through MyUSI) prior to registration to check their progress toward degree
which includes advising and registration; refer to page 2 for details.                                   completion and verify acceptable course options. Eligible students can early register by one of
                                                                                                         two methods:
Academic Progress                                                                                        • Web registration through MyUSI (www.usieagles.org) will be available beginning at 8 a.m. on
Beginning with the spring 2003 early registration period, any undergraduate degree-seeking                 Thursday, November 3, 2005, according to the schedule below. All continuing and readmitting
student with a cumulative USI grade point average less than 2.00 will have a registration hold             students are eligible for Web registration. However, degree-seeking undergraduate students
placed on their record. A student receiving this registration hold must consult with an academic           with less than 32 earned hours (freshmen) will have a registration hold placed on their
advisor to formulate a plan for improving academic performance prior to early registration for the         record, and will be eligible for Web registration only after meeting with their academic advisor
following semester.                                                                                        to review their course selection and remove the registration hold. Login instructions and
                                                                                                           details about some of the MyUSI menu options and functions used for Web registration can be
                                                                                                           found on page 6; refer to page 7 for an overview of MyUSI.
Graduate Students
                                                                                                         • Walk-through registration takes place in the office of your advisor November 3-18, according
Continuing and non degree-seeking or guest graduate students are scheduled for early registration
                                                                                                           to the schedule below. Contact your advisor to schedule an appointment.
by their graduate program. Web registration is available for graduate students who will be
enrolling in only graduate classes; graduate students wishing to enroll in an undergraduate class
must do so in person. If you ARE NOT enrolled in the 2005 fall semester, but have been                   Day & Date          Time               Classification of Students Eligible                            Hours Last Name
enrolled previously, visit the Office of Graduate Studies for graduate readmission (812/465-7015)        Thursday, Nov 3     9 a.m.-3 p.m.      Second and First Semester Seniors (94+ hrs), Graduate Students, and
                                                                                                                                                SpecialGraduates (have a baccalaureate degree, now non degree-seeking undergrad) A-Z
to begin the early registration process. New graduate students are eligible for early registration
during the second week only (beginning November 14). If you have not initiated application               Friday, Nov 4       9 a.m.-3 p.m.      Second and First Semester Juniors                            63 or more        A-Z
procedures for the 2006 summer semester, you must first contact the Office of Graduate Studies,          Monday, Nov 7       9 a.m.-3 p.m.      Second Semester Sophomores                              48 or more       A-Z
Rm. 104M of the Wright Administration building; phone 812/465-7015 or visit                                                  4:30-6 p.m.        Walk-through registration for continuing & readmission Graduate students
www.usi.edu/gradstud/appl.asp. NOTE: the Office of Graduate Studies is open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                                                                         Tuesday, Nov 8      9 a.m.-3 p.m.      First Semester Sophomores                                    32 or more        A-Z
Monday-Friday.
                                                                                                         Wednesday, Nov 9    9 a.m.-3 p.m.      Second Semester Freshmen                                     17 or more        A-G

Distance Education Course Registration                                                                   Thursday, Nov 10    9 a.m.-3 p.m.      Second Semester Freshmen                                     17 or more        H-O
USI students follow the appropriate registration schedule to enroll in USI Distance Education            Friday, Nov 11      9 a.m.-3 p.m.      Second Semester Freshmen                                     17 or more        P-Z
courses. Because Indiana College Network distance education courses require coordination                 Monday, Nov 14      8 a.m.-4 p.m.      First Semester Freshmen                                 16 or less             A-G
between campuses, students are encouraged to initiate the registration process during early                                  8 a.m.-4 p.m.      New Graduate Students                                                          A-Z
registration in November. For information on ICN registration, visit www.usi.edu/distance. The                               4:30-6 p.m.        Walk-through registration for Evening/Sat only Undergraduate students
ICN registration process must be completed by 4:30 p.m. on the Wednesday prior to the                    Tuesday, Nov 15     ––––––––           Assessment Day (see page 5) – No Walk-through Registration
beginning of the term. The deadlines are as follows:
                                                                                                         Wednesday, Nov 16   8 a.m.-4 p.m.      First Semester Freshmen                                       16 or less       H-O
           Spring courses: Wednesday, January 4, 2006
           Summer I courses: Wednesday, May 3, 2006                                                      Thursday, Nov 17    8 a.m.-4 p.m.      First Semester Freshmen                                       16 or less       P-Z
           Summer II courses: Wednesday, June 7, 2006                                                    Friday, Nov 18      8 a.m.-4 p.m.      Open–continuing, readmission, and special students                             A-Z
           Summer III courses: Wednesday, July 12, 2006


 UNIVERSITY CORRESPONDENCE VIA E-MAIL                                                                                                                   REMINDER
 University of Southern Indiana provides free electronic mail for students
 through MyUSI (www.usieagles.org). The University routinely uses this USI                                         If you use MyUSI to enroll, verify that your Web
 e-mail account for both formal and informal communications with students.
 Students are expected to check their USI e-mail account regularly for                                            registration was complete by printing your class
 University correspondence. Refer to page 7 of this schedule for more
 information about MyUSI and USI’s e-mail service.                                                                           schedule before exiting the system.
                                  2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                     5
     ASSESSMENT DAY – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2005                                                         Any student who is registered for a semester/term is eligible for Web changes and withdrawals for
Purpose – To periodically obtain and evaluate measures of student academic and intellectual              that semester/term. If you need to make changes to your early registration schedule of classes, you
gain. Assessment of student outcomes is an integral part of accreditation and is important for           can do so online through MyUSI during the dates listed in the chart on page 4 (use the
determining how well the University is accomplishing its mission. Refer to page 39 of the                “Conditional Drop and Add” function; see page 6 for details). You also may submit a green
2005-07 USI Bulletin for details.                                                                        Change to Early Registration Schedule form to the Office of the Registrar during normal office
                                                                                                         hours; only your signature is required. A 100 percent credit is given for dropped courses, and
Policy – As a requirement for graduation from the University, every student shall be required            there is no processing fee for changes or withdrawals. Recalculate your balance online (through
to participate in periodic evaluative procedures. These examinations may include, but are not            MyUSI) by going to “Account Summary/Credit Card Payment.” Pay online with a credit card or
limited to, the ETS Academic Profile, Core Curriculum Assessment instruments, and the ACAT               visit the Bursar’s Office to settle your account by the bill due date, or your schedule of classes will
or ETS Major Field Test.                                                                                 be canceled.

Selection/Notification – First-time full-time freshmen and continuing juniors who began at USI
                                                                                                          5           LAST OPPORTUNITY FOR SCHEDULE
will be selected for participation in Assessment Day; some seniors will complete the Major Field                REVISIONS/WITHDRAWALS BEFORE TERM BEGINS
Test. Students required to test will receive a letter and an e-mail notification of testing              Students who finalized their registration by settling their account with the Bursar’s Office will
time/location. Students are responsible for checking their USIeagles e-mail account.                     have a final opportunity to make changes to their schedule before the start of the term, with 100
                                                                                                         percent credit for dropped courses and without a schedule revision fee. Web changes will end at
Sanctions – Students who fail to participate in assessment as assigned or are reported for test          4:30 p.m. on the last date listed in the chart on page 4 (use the “Conditional Drop and Add”
misconduct will be designated as a “no show.” A hold will be placed on their early registration          function; see page 6 for details). You also may submit a green Change to Early Registration
privilege until such time as they satisfactorily provide proof/documentation for the absence or          Schedule form to the Office of the Registrar during normal office hours; only your signature is
until they are adjudicated for misconduct under section 2.15.2 of the Student Rights and                 required. Note: schedule revisions processed on/after the first day of the term are subject to a
Responsibilities: A Code of Student Behavior.                                                            schedule revision fee and 90 percent credit (or less); see page 6 for details.
          Assessment Day 2006 – Tuesday, November 14, 2006
                                                                                                         *For students who finalized their registration by settling their account with the Bursar’s Office,
      Questions? Contact Institutional Research and Assessment; WA104J; 812/465-7107.
                                                                                                         but subsequently must drop all classes, a withdrawal from the term with 100 percent credit will
                                                                                                         still be allowed, in person/in writing, through the Friday before the start of the term (Spring:
 2    EXTENDED PERIOD OF REGISTRATION; SCHEDULE                                                          January 4-6; First Summer: May 5; Second Summer: June 9; Third Summer, July 14).
     REVISIONS AND WITHDRAWALS (PRIOR TO BILLING)
Eligible continuing and readmitting students who did not take advantage of the November 3-18              6             OPEN REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER 2006
early registration period will have additional opportunities to register, according to the dates         Open Registration is the final opportunity to enroll prior to the beginning of the term. Any
listed in the chart on page 4. Both Web registration (through MyUSI) and walk-through                    registration that takes place after Open Registration is considered a Late Registration; students
registration will be available. Students wishing to complete walk-through registration must first        allowed to register after the term begins will be assessed a $25 late registration fee.
meet with their academic advisor (subject to availability), then bring the completed Course              Advisement and registration for all new undergraduates, as well as continuing or readmission
Request Form to the Registrar’s Office for processing.                                                   students who did not early register or did not finalize their early registration by payment of fees
                                                                                                         will take place according to the schedule below. On each summer open registration day, students
Any student who is registered for a semester/term is eligible for Web changes and withdrawals for        also can register for any future summer terms. Web registration will be available
that semester/term. If you need to make changes to your early registration schedule of classes, you      (www.usieagles.org); walk-through advisement and registration will take place in the office of
can do so online through MyUSI during the dates listed in the chart on page 4 (use the                   your major.
“Conditional Drop and Add” function; see page 6 for details). You also may submit a green
Change to Early Registration Schedule form to the Office of the Registrar during normal office           If you are registering for a term that is just beginning (as indicated by an asterisk * below), you will not
hours; only your signature is required. A 100 percent credit is given for dropped courses, and           be mailed a bill. You will be expected to settle your account with the Bursar’s Office that day.
                                                                                                         After registering online, go to “Account Summary/Credit Card Payment” to receive your current
there is no processing fee for changes or withdrawals.
                                                                                                         balance and pay online. If completing a walk-through registration, you will receive a copy of the
                                                                                                         balance for your classes plus any other related charges. If you do not settle your account that day,
 3                      EARLY REGISTRATION BILLING                                                       your schedule of classes for that term will be canceled and you will be responsible for 20 percent
A bill for the total amount of charges for your registered classes plus any other related charges        of your non-refundable semester fees. Note: if you are registering for a term that begins at a later date
you may owe will be sent to your PERMANENT ADDRESS (or your requested billing address)                   (no asterisk), you will be mailed a bill.
on or about the date listed in the chart on page 4. Students also can view their account summary
online via MyUSI (www.usieagles.org).                                                                     Monday, May 8, 2006 – Open Registration for First Summer* (Second & Third summer also available)
                                                                                                          Monday, June 12, 2006 – Open Registration for Second Summer* (Third summer also available)
              To hold your registered schedule of classes, your bill                                      Monday, July 17, 2006 – Open Registration for Third Summer*
             must be settled by the due date (refer to the chart on page 4).
If it is not settled by one of the following methods, your schedule of classes will be canceled.                  Time                  Last name                Time                   Last name
  • Net payment due: either A) pay online by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover);                          8:30-9:30 a.m.       M through O              1:30-2:30 p.m.         D through F
     students log on to MyUSI to pay (refer to page 7 for a site map); parent/guest payments can                   9:30-10:30 a.m.      P through R              2:30-3:30 p.m.         G through I
                                                                                                                  10:30-11:30 a.m.      S through U              3:30-4:30 p.m.         J through L
     be made by visiting www.usi.edu/busoff/BursarCashier and clicking “Online Credit Card                        11:30-12:30 p.m.      V through Z              4:30-6:00 p.m.       Evening students
     Payment” or B) remit cash, check, or credit card payment to the Bursar’s Office.                             12:30-1:30 p.m.       A through C
  • Payment plan enrollment: USI has teamed with Tuition Management Systems (TMS)                                          Graduate students will register from 8:30-Noon and 1:30-6 p.m.
     to offer a wide variety of payment plan options for a nominal fee. For more information,
     visit www.afford.com or call 800/722-4867 ext 780.                                                   7              LATE REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER 2006
  • Full financial assistance: even if you have sufficient financial aid to pay all of your fees,        It is strongly recommended that you register during the published dates of early registration or
     you must still sign the bottom portion of your bill and return it to the Bursar’s Office no         open registration. However, if extenuating circumstances prevent you from doing so, you may be
     later than the due date listed in the chart on page 4, or your class schedule will be canceled.     allowed to register during the dates listed below. Web registration will not be available. Advising
                                                                                                         takes place in the office of your major; your late registration form must then be taken to the
 4     EXTENDED PERIOD OF REGISTRATION; SCHEDULE                                                         Office of the Registrar for processing (7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.).
       REVISIONS AND WITHDRAWALS (AFTER BILLING)                                                         Students allowed to register late will be assessed a $25 late registration fee. A BILL WILL
Eligible continuing and readmitting students who did not register prior to tuition billing will still    NOT BE MAILED. After completing the late registration process, you will receive a copy of the
have the opportunity to register up through the bill due date, but will not be mailed a bill. You will   balance for your classes plus any other related charges. You will be expected to settle your
be expected to settle your account with the Bursar’s Office by the bill due date listed for the term,    account with the Bursar’s Office that day.
or your schedule of classes for that term will be canceled. Both Web registration (through MyUSI)                  2006 First summer late registration: May 9-10
and walk-through registration will be available. Students wishing to complete walk-through                         2006 Second summer late registration: June 13-14
registration must first meet with their academic advisor (subject to availability), then bring the                 2006 Third summer late registration: July 18-19
completed Course Request Form to the Registrar’s Office for processing. If registering online, go
to “Account Summary/Credit Card Payment” to receive your current balance; pay online with a
credit card or visit the Bursar’s Office to settle your account. If you anticipate receiving financial
assistance to cover your fees, contact the Student Financial Assistance office after registering to
request award processing; please register several days before the term’s bill due date in order to
allow time for the aid to appear on your account.
   6            University of Southern Indiana
SCHEDULE REVISIONS AND WITHDRAWAL FROM THE SEMESTER/TERM                                                                                        WEB REGISTRATION
A schedule revision is a drop and/or add that leaves you still enrolled in coursework for the term.             Web registration through MyUSI (www.usieagles.org) was created to provide eligible students
A withdrawal is when you drop all courses for the semester/term. If you wish to alter your                      with a more convenient opportunity to 1) register for courses, and 2) maintain their schedule.
original schedule, whether by personal incentive or by school directive, you must do so officially              Various academic policies regulate eligibility for Web registration. Financial aid and billing
by the procedure outlined below. If you do not assume this responsibility, you may jeopardize
your record with the possibility of incurring an ‘F’ in a course not properly dropped and/or                    procedures/deadlines impact the availability of Web changes and withdrawals. The University
not receiving credit in a course improperly added. Merely not attending a course does not                       strives to have Web registration and schedule changes available as often as possible. Students
automatically remove the course from your record.                                                               should speak with their advisor prior to Web processing to review their course selection and
NOTE: You may be administratively withdrawn from course(s) by the University for reasons                        progress toward graduation.
including but not limited to the following: 1) lack of prerequisite, 2) excessive absences,
3) cancelled class, 4) nonpayment of fees, 5) disciplinary action.                                              Due to system backups and maintenance, Administrative Services functions (grades, course
                                                                                                                search, drop/add, etc.) are not available weeknights from about 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. On the
A 100 percent credit will be given only when you drop or withdraw from a course prior to the first              final day of any registration, schedule revision or withdrawal period, system availability will end
day of the term. Schedule revisions and withdrawals can be processed either online (through
                                                                                                                at 4:30 p.m.
MyUSI) or in person. For the specific dates when schedule revisions and withdrawals are
available prior to the first day of the term, refer to the chart on page 4. If you drop or withdraw from
one or more five-week courses during the first two days of a summer term, you will receive a 90                 Accessing Web registration
percent credit; during the third or fourth day, an 80 percent credit; during the fifth or sixth day, a          To expedite the process, be prepared! Identify the courses you wish to request: create a worksheet
70 percent credit; and during the seventh or eighth day, a 60 percent credit.* No refund will be                and write down the five-digit call number for each class. In case your first choices are not
made thereafter.                                                                                                available, have alternate choices (and their call numbers) ready. In the printed schedule, the
Refund checks, if applicable, will be issued by the Cashier’s Office subsequent to the refund                   five-digit course call number is the first item on the course line. In the following example (not a
period. See the semester calendar for specific dates. USI has teamed with Fifth Third bank to                   real course offering), the call number is 12345…
offer an automatic deposit program for refunds: e53Direct. Tuition refunds, student loan funds,
                                                                                                                   12345   ENG 101.001 A1 RHET&COMP I:CRIT THINK       $ 3 MWF   0800AM-0850AM    LA 2001   STAFF
scholarship awards, grants, PLUS loans, and other disbursements are deposited directly into your
account and you are notified by e-mail of the deposit. For information or to apply for a free
                                                                                                                When using MyUSI to view course lists, the call number appears within the course information line.
account, visit MyUSI and look for the e53Direct logo.
                                                                                                                Initiate the process only when the desired function is available; refer to the chart on page 4 for a
Schedule revisions, beginning the first day of the term                                                         schedule of availability. When ready, visit www.usieagles.org and log in with your username and
1. During the first two days of the term (90 percent credit*):
           • First summer: May 9-10 • Second summer: June 13-14 • Third summer: July 18-19                      password. Open the Academic Services channel (if you have not customized your layout, it will
     a. Web processing: All students are eligible to add or drop full term five-week courses online via         be on the MyUSI tab). Click the Administrative Services link then Student and Financial Aid
        MyUSI (www.usieagles.org), using either the “Conditional Drop/Add” or “Drop/Add” function               takes you to the main Student Services menu.
        (details in the next column). Each day a schedule revision to add a course is processed, a $15 fee is
        charged. NOTE: once the term begins, Web changes cannot be processed for courses that meet other
        than the full term; students must submit the appropriate form to the Office of the Registrar for             NAVIGATION BAR AND REGISTRATION FUNCTIONS
        processing.                                                                                             The following list provides details about some of the menu options and functions used for Web
     b. Walk-through processing: You may add or drop courses in person at the Office of the Registrar by        registration and schedule revisions. Read it thoroughly before beginning. A new navigation bar
        submitting a Schedule Adjustment form; only your signature is required. Each time a Schedule            at the top of the screen lists all the functions available in the Student Services area, and will
        Adjustment form to add a class is initiated, a $15 fee is charged.
2. Beginning the third day of the term, through the last day of class before the final exam (80                 remain present as you move between functions. Simply hover your cursor over a topic in the
   percent credit or less*):                                                                                    navigation bar to see a list of functions for each category, then select the desired function.
     a. Web processing: Online schedule changes are not available beyond the first two days of the term.
     b. Walk-through processing: You may add or drop courses in person at the Office of the Registrar by         • Select Term: choose the appropriate term for the transaction
        submitting a Change of Class Schedule form. The form requires the signature of the instructor of        Student Records:
        each course being dropped or added, your academic advisor’s signature, and your signature. NOTE:
        Only in exceptional circumstances will you be allowed to add a course after the first two days of the    • Account Summary/Credit Card Payment: your current balance, plus specific semester
        term. Each time a Change of Class Schedule form to add a class is initiated, a $15 fee is charged.         charges and credits; pay fees by credit card
                                                                                                                 • Degree Audit: view the requirements for your declared program, progress toward completion,
GRADING: If you complete a Change of Class Schedule procedure beginning the third day of                           and valid course options
the term through the third week of the term*, you will receive a ‘W’ for all courses dropped. If                Courses:
you complete a Change of Class Schedule procedure during the fourth week of the term through
                                                                                                                 • Course Sections: view courses by discipline/course number, number of seats available, and
the last day of class before the final exam*, you will receive the grade ‘W’ if you are passing at the
time you drop the course. However, if you are failing at the time you drop the course, you will                    any course prerequisites. During available registration and schedule revision periods, clicking
receive a grade of ‘F’.                                                                                            “ADD to my schedule” (below the course call number) will attempt to add the course to your
                                                                                                                   schedule of classes.
Withdrawals, beginning the first day of the term                                                                 • Course Section Search: search courses by discipline and meeting days (MWF or TR, etc.), as
(through the lat day of class before the final exam, 90 percent credit or less*):                                  well as meeting times (i.e. between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.) or session length (full term, second
Web withdrawals are not available once the term begins. You may withdraw from the term using                       eight weeks, etc.). During available registration and schedule revision periods, clicking “ADD
a Withdrawal From All Classes form found in the Office of the Registrar; only your signature is                    to my schedule” (below the course call number) will attempt to add the course to your
required. A withdrawal request will also be accepted by fax to 812/464-1911. The letter must                       schedule of classes.
include your full name, SS#, address, phone/e-mail, the semester you wish to be withdrawn from,                 Registration:
and your signature. Until all steps in the procedure have been completed with the Office of the                  • Registration Status: check for any registration holds and view your academic standing,
Registrar, you are still enrolled in the courses.                                                                  classification, declared major, and earned hours totals
                                                                                                                 • Drop and Add Classes: used to register for a term or change your schedule (either drop or
GRADING: If you complete a Withdrawal from the Semester/Term procedure beginning                                   add). To simultaneously exchange classes or sections, use the Conditional Drop/Add
the first day of the term through the third week of the term*, you will receive a ‘W’ for all
                                                                                                                   function. You will need the five-digit course call number to add a class (NOTE: you must add
courses dropped. If you complete a Withdrawal from the Semester/Term procedure during the
fourth week of the term through the last day of class before the final exam*, you will receive the                 PERMISSION ONLY classes in person). To drop a course, use the Action drop-down box to
grade ‘W’ if passing at the time you drop the course. However, if you are failing at the time you                  the left of the course: select ‘drop’ and click submit.
drop the course(s), you will receive a grade of ‘F’.                                                             • Conditional Drop and Add: used to register for a term or change your schedule by
                                                                                                                   simultaneously exchanging classes or sections. If you are enrolled in course A but want to be
FINANCIAL AID: If you receive financial aid, but are unsure of the impact a Withdrawal from                        in course B, this function will check the availability of course B while still holding your
the Semester/Term will have on that financial aid, it is recommended that you contact the                          enrollment in course A. If course B is available, you are dropped from A and enrolled in B. If
Student Financial Assistance Office. If you have a Stafford Loan, you must complete an exit                        course B is not available, you remain enrolled in course A.
counseling session by visiting www.usi.edu/finaid. Failure to complete the exit counseling session               • Student Schedule: your courses shown in a day/time grid
will prevent the release of your academic transcript.
                                                                                                                 • Detailed Schedule: your courses in a list, including title, instructor name, credit hours,
ADDITIONAL STEPS: If you live in University housing, contact Residence Life (O’Daniel                              meeting days/times, and location
North) to properly check out. If you have a meal plan, contact Food Services (UC Lower Level)
to cancel your plan. If you owe any money to the University, settle your account at the Cashier’s
window (OC lower level); an unpaid balance will prevent the release of your academic transcript.
* Summer courses meeting other than the standard five-week term have different
  drop/refund/grading dates. Contact the Office of the Registrar for these dates;
  812/464-1762 or 800/467-1965.
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                                                                    w w w. u s i e a g l e s . o r g
                                                  MyUSI: E-mail, Web Registration, Schedule Revisions, and MORE!
WHAT IS MyUSI?                                                               ACCESSING SERVICES                                                                            reset your password. Additionally, the Office of the Registrar can
MyUSI is a portal for accessing multiple University of Southern              To access MyUSI, visit www.usieagles.org, or click the MyUSI                                  reset your password to the original six-digit number.
Indiana services over the Web with one login ID. MyUSI                       icon on the lower right-hand side of the USI homepage
(www.usieagles.org) currently houses student, faculty, employee,             (www.usi.edu). The main functions of the portal are available all                             If you tamper with a student’s enrollment, you are subject to
and alumni self-services. You will have access to different services         hours except between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. Administrative services                                disciplinary action, up to and including suspension of your student
depending on your role at the University. The student self-service           functions (grades, course search, drop/add, etc.) are not available                           status. If you believe your enrollment has been tampered with, go
area provides access to your unofficial transcript, grades, degree           nights from 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. due to system backups and                                    to the Office of the Registrar in the Orr Center.
audit, registration, schedule revisions, and much more. You also
may update your current address through the system.                          maintenance. To log in, you will need your MyUSI username and
                                                                             password.                                                                                     E-MAIL SERVICE
MyUSI is organized around tabs and channels; you can customize                                                                                                             E-mail accounts are offered through MyUSI at no cost to USI
the layout of MyUSI to meet your individual needs! Tabs enable               Upon admission to the University, a six-digit MyUSI password/                                 students. New students are assigned an e-mail address upon
you to group channels together by topic areas, whereas channels              PIN is assigned to each student. Within a few weeks of acceptance,                            admission to the University. Student e-mail addresses are based on
contain information, news, and links to other computer systems.              students should receive a mailing that includes their default                                 MyUSI usernames. If your username is sjsmith10, then your e-mail
The flexibility of MyUSI allows you to customize the look of the             assigned password. Please retain your password for future use.                                address is sjsmith10@usieagles.org.
portal by moving, adding, or removing tabs and channels (some                With your password/PIN in hand, you can always find your
tabs and channels are fixed) as well as moving, adding, resizing, or         username from the MyUSI login page (www.usieagles.org) by                                     To send and receive e-mail, you must access MyUSI at
removing columns within tabs. There are a host of ready-made                 following the link under the section “What if I do not know my                                www.usieagles.org by logging in with your username and password.
channels for you to select from including breaking news from many            username?”                                                                                    The e-mail channel gives you a preview of your current messages
sources, campus calendars, USI weekly menus, recipes of the day,                                                                                                           without having to launch the e-mail client. To open your e-mail
and current top-selling CDs and DVDs, just to name a few. It’s your
USI portal; make yourself at home.                                           SECURITY                                                                                      inbox, click the e-mail icon on the upper right-hand side of the
                                                                             Since MyUSI provides access to student records, it is important to                            page. MyUSI provides a simple Web-based e-mail interface with a
MyUSI’s FAQ channel, tutorial tab, and Help Center will answer               ensure that no unauthorized use or misuse occurs. It is extremely                             built-in help facility. If you need further assistance, call the
many questions about how to utilize and customize the site. Refer            important that your password remains confidential. DO NOT                                     Computer Center help desk at 812/465-1080.
to the site navigation section of this page for a default (uncustomized)     GIVE YOUR PASSWORD TO ANYONE!
layout of some of the services available to students through                                                                                                               FORWARD E-MAIL
MyUSI. A more detailed description of the Web registration and               A MyUSI “configure secrets” page will prompt new users to answer                              If you prefer to use an e-mail account other than the one provided
schedule revision functions is found on page 6 of this schedule. If          five questions (default questions are provided, but you have the                              you by USI, you should forward your USI e-mail to the account
you have additional questions, call the Computer Center help desk
                                                                             option of changing them). These secrets will act as an alternate                              that you use most often. Important mail from your instructors
at 812/465-1080 or e-mail the MyUSI support staff at
myusi@usi.edu.                                                               security access. If you should happen to forget your password in the                          and the University will be sent to your USI e-mail account so it
                                                                             future, click on the “Forgot your password? Click here” at the                                is imperative that you either access your USI e-mail on a regular
                                                                             bottom of the Secure Access Login section of the main MyUSI login                             basis, or forward your mail to a functioning account that you
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS &                                                        page (www.usieagles.org). You will be prompted to answer three of                             access regularly. If you forward to a non-functioning or non-
NAVIGATION TIPS                                                              your secret questions, and if successful, you will be allowed to reset                        existent e-mail account, you will potentially lose important
For optimal performance, use one of the following Web                        your password yourself. Once logged in, you have the opportunity                              e-mail messages.
browsers:                                                                    to change your secret questions through the School Resources
Internet Explorer                                                            channel (on the School Services tab).                                                         To forward USI e-mail to another account, log in to MyUSI and
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Safari (Macs only), version 1.2 (www.apple.com/safari)                                                             MyUSI Student Services and Site Navigation
Camino (Macs only), version 0.7 (ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/                 You will have access to different MyUSI products and services, depending on your “role” at USI (student, faculty, employee,
        mozilla.org/camino/releases/Camino-0.7.dmg.gz)                      alumni, etc.). Users will see only the services available for the role(s) to which they belong. MyUSI offers many services to
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order to access all the functionality of MyUSI. You also must have          MyUSI TEMPLATE (always present)                                                               SCHOOL SERVICES tab includes:
Java and JavaScript enabled. For additional browser information go
to the MyUSI FAQ (faq.usieagles.org:8080/FAQ/) and search for                  – My Account                                                                               Academic Services channel (also found on the MyUSI tab)
the keyword “browser.”                                                             • change your MyUSI password (please read the SECURITY text before updating)             • Administrative Services
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If you are using a Microsoft Windows computer and the Internet                 – E-mail icon (free e-mail)                                                                        • Personal Information
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to the patch and instructions for installing it are on the MyUSI               – Calendar icon (personal calendar and appointments)                                                      next of kin, and marital status
login page (www.usieagles.org) under the section “Attention                    – Groups icon (online communities: chat rooms, message boards, etc.)                               • Student Records
Microsoft Windows Users.” Failure to install this patch will limit your                                                                                                                – Unofficial transcript, grades (by semester), transfer evaluation,
ability to consistently access all the functionality of the MyUSI portal.
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minutes of inactivity, and a “Session Alert: Your Campus Pipeline                                                                                                                 • Registration
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may appear. If you are finished with your session, click the Logout         Because individual users can customize the layout of MyUSI,                                                – See page 6 for detailed menu options, eligibility, and availability
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not finished, click the OK button to stay logged in. Always                 would include the following:                                                                          • Financial Aid
remember to logout and close your browser when you are finished                                                                                                                        – Personal financial aid information; application and information links
accessing MyUSI.                                                            MyUSI tab (default after logging in)                                                                  • Courses
A “Session Timeout” message or “Login Expired” message also can         – Channels for My E-mail inbox, personal and campus announcements,                                             – Course Sections (by discipline/course #)
appear if you double-click during your session or try to use the           My Calendar, Academic Services, and FAQ                                                                     – Course Section Search (by day, time, etc.)
“back” browser button to move between services. As with any Web
link (menu choices, Go buttons, etc.), you only need to click once.
When using one of the administrative/academic services, utilize the You’ll also see CAMPUS LIFE, WEB LIFE, LIBRARY,
menu navigation choices at the bottom of the screen, rather than    COMPUTER CENTER, and TUTORIAL tabs
the “back” button, to navigate between functions.
   8               University of Southern Indiana
                                                                                 The University Core Curriculum

Students who entered USI as new freshmen in the 1995 fall semester or later, and students who entered
                                                                                                              C. The World: Enhancement of Cultural and Natural Awareness
USI as transfers in the 1997 fall semester or later, are required to follow the University Core Curriculum
                                                                                                                 (26-27 hrs)
(UCC). Students entering before the respective semesters may satisfy the General Education program
described in the USI Bulletin in effect at the time of their matriculation. NOTE: Students completing a                                   Hours Completed        Sub-Totals
change of major or change of status will be required to satisfy the program requirements in effect at the     C1. History ......................................3 hours
time of the change, including the UCC. Students who discontinue enrollment for more than one                           Hist 101, 102, 111, 112, 130, 140,
                                                                                                                            281, 282, 301, 302, 303, 304,
calendar year must re-enroll under the program requirements in effect at the time of the readmission,
                                                                                                                            305, 306, 307, 308, 311, 341,
including the UCC.
                                                                                                                            342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347,
                                                                                                                            348, 349, 351, 354, 371, 372,
An outline of the UCC program is included here in check-sheet format for the convenience of students                        381, 419, 439                                          ___
and advisors. This list includes only courses approved through July 2005. Additional courses may be
added or deleted. See your advisor, or contact the University Core director at 812/464-1750 with questions.   C2. Individual Development/
                                                                                                                  Social Behavior ..........................6 hours
                                                                                                                       Anth 101, 261, Econ 175, 208, 209,
                                                                                                                       Educ 302, Eng 330, Gndr 111, Pols 101, 102,
   A. The Mind: Enhancement of Cognitive Abilities (12-13 hours)                                                       Psy 201, Soc 121, 221, 225, 231, 235, 251, 261              ___

                                                                                                              C3. Science (L = lab course) ..............8-9 hours (at least one lab)
                                                      Hours Completed                  Sub-Totals
                                                                                                                      Astr 201(L)
                                                                                                                      Biol 105(L), 111 OR 112(L), 114(L), 121 AND 122(L),
   A1. Composition/Speech ..................9 hours
                                                                                                                           141(L), 151(L), 152(L), 176, 208(L), 251, 282, 285
          Eng 101___
                                                                                                                      Chem 103 OR 107(L), 141(L), 175(L), 261(L), 262(L)
          Eng 201___
                                                                                                                      Geog 112, 215
          Spch 101 or 107___                                      ___
                                                                                                                      Geol 101, 115, 131, 161(L), 162(L), 234
                                                                                                                      Met 321
   A2. Mathematics ..............................3-4 hours
                                                                                                                      Phys 101, 175(L), 176(L), 205(L),
       Proficiency exam (see Math Department)
                                                                                                                            206(L), 207, 208                                        ___
       OR
       Math 108, 111, 115, 118, 122, 204,
                                                                                                              C4. Western Culture ..........................6 hours
             215, 230, 253, 330, 335                              ___
                                                                                                                      One Humanities course from each row following:
                                                                                         (12-13)
                                                                                                                          Hum 211, 221, 231, 241 ___
                                                                                                                          Hum 212, 222, 232, 242 ___
                                                                                                                                      OR
   B. The Self: Enhancement of Individual Development (8 hours)                                                           German, French, Latin, or Spanish
                                                                                                                               203 ___ AND 204 ___                                 ___
                                                      Hours Completed                  Sub-Totals
                                                                                                              C5. Global Communities ....................3 hours
   B1. Ethics, .......................................3 hours                                                         Anth 251, 255, 262, Art 253,
            Educ 308, Eng 222, HP 456,                                                                                Biol 251, Econ 241, Eng 231, 386,
            Phil 200, 201, 363                                    ___                                                 Foreign Language 102, Geog 330,
   B2. The Arts ....................................3 hours                                                           Hist 365, Hp 435, 492, Pols 271, Spch 317                    ___
            Art 201, 353, 354, Eng 105, 251, 252,                                                                                                                                         (26-27)
            261, 262, 285, 286, 302, 330, 382, 383,
            Mus 202, Spch 203, Thtr 121                           ___
                                                                                                              D. The Synthesis: Integration and Application of Knowledge
   B3. Health/Fitness............................2 hours
                                                                                                                 (3 hours)
           Ped 186, 281, Biol 176,
           Nutr 376, Ot 310___
                                                                                                                                        Hours Completed        Sub-Totals
           AND
                                                                                                              D.    Synthesis ...................................3 hours
           One Ped Activities Course
                                                                                                                        Biol 481, Chem seminar/research sequence,
           (100-level) or Ped 295___                              ___                   ___
                                                                                                                        CS 483, Dthy 401, Educ 448, 458, Gens 498,
                                                                                        (8)
                                                                                                                        Geol 481, Hp 498, Liba 497, Math 492, Mngt 452,
                                                                                                                        Nurs 467, Ot 480, Ped 492, Socw 402,
Notes
                                                                                                                        Tech 471 OR Engr 491                     ___     ___
• No more than six hours of coursework from the major discipline (if used in the major)
                                                                                                                                                                                          (3)
  may apply toward the UCC.
• The following courses appear in more than one UCC category. Students taking them
  may fulfill all indicated categories at the same time, but credit will apply toward the                     TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED HOURS: 50
  50-hour total only once. Additional courses to meet the 50-hour minimum may be
  selected from any University Core category.                                                                 Electives (as needed to total 50 hours)                                     ___
                           Biol 251 – C3 and C5                 Biol 176 – B3 and C3
                           Eng 330 – B2 and C2                                                                Total of A, B, C, D, and electives                                          ___
                                   2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                  9
                                 CLASS ATTENDANCE                                                                                              DID YOU KNOW?
A student is expected to attend all classes. It is the responsibility of an instructor to inform the
student of the consequences of absence from class. It is the responsibility of the student to keep         Telephone service
instructors informed regarding absences from classes.
                                                                                                           Telephone Services provides local and long distance service for students living in Residence Life.
                                                                                                           Phone-mail is available to students living on campus, at an additional cost. Students living in
A student who knows of necessary class absences should consult instructors prior to the absence.
                                                                                                           University-owned off-campus apartments are provided with local and long distance telephone
A student who misses classes is not excused from the obligations to instructors. Instructors are
                                                                                                           service. Student service calls are accepted from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday by
expected to provide the student with an opportunity to meet class commitments, when absences
                                                                                                           calling 812/465-1080.
are for good and proper reasons. Further, instructors are expected to maintain attendance records
and to report excessive absences to the Office of the Registrar.
                                                                                                           USI Bookstore
Developmental Classes Mandatory Attendance Policy                                                          The USI Bookstore is located on the first level of the University Center. Summer bookstore
                                                                                                           hours while classes are in session are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a.m.
The following developmental courses (GENS095, GENS097, GENS098, MATH100,
                                                                                                           to 3 p.m. Friday; and closed Saturday (times subject to change without notice).
MATH101) have a mandatory course attendance policy. Students who have more absences than
the number of times the course meets per week will be administratively withdrawn from the
                                                                                                           Students may return new or used texts for a refund during the first three days of that summer
course. Administrative withdrawal can occur at any point during the academic semester.
                                                                                                           semester. After that time, refunds will be granted only in the case of dropped classes. To receive a
Students should be aware that enrollment of less than full-time (12hrs) status could have
                                                                                                           refund, a student must bring in the completed drop slip, stamped by the registrar, and the receipt.
ramifications for such items as financial aid, health insurance eligibility, etc. Students who are
required to miss class for official University events must acquire instructor approval before the
                                                                                                           The USI Bookstore offers United Parcel Service (UPS) shipping for students who wish to have
scheduled absence.
                                                                                                           books sent to them. Order your books by visiting www.usi.edu/book/store.asp or calling
                                                                                                           812/465-1141, with your schedule in hand. Pay by credit card or mail a check, and your order
During the course withdrawal/evaluation period, students who are failing the course at the time
                                                                                                           will be processed upon receipt of payment.
of the administrative withdrawal will receive the grade of F or NP.

Students retain the right of appeal for decisions that result in their administrative withdrawal           Security at USI
from the course. Students are entitled to remain enrolled in the course during the appeal process          The University of Southern Indiana strives to create and maintain a safe and secure environment
until a decision has been made.                                                                            on all property it owns and sites it leases or manages for official activities. One of the ways it does
                                                                                                           this is by providing a 24-hour security force. This unit works closely with the Vanderburgh
                                                                                                           County Sheriff’s Department, Indiana State Police, and Perry Township Volunteer Fire
                                                                                                           Department. In addition to campus protection duties, the Office of Security provides emergency
             COURSE REPEAT POLICY AND PROCESSING
                                                                                                           medical response, emergency phone system throughout the campus, security escort service,
Policy – any undergraduate course taken at the University may be repeated only once for                    assistance with disabled vehicles, lost and found, and after-hour access to offices and/or
possible grade point average (GPA) improvement. The second grade earned will become the                    residences. The Office of Security records and annually publishes statistics on crime and security
grade for the course (even if it is lower) and be used for GPA computation.                                matters, and provides timely warnings of crimes or incidents that may be considered a threat to
                                                                                                           the University community.
Processing – the semester the course was first taken determines processing. If first taken prior
to the 1998 fall semester, the student must submit a Course Repeat form to the Office of the               Security can be telephoned for non-emergency assistance at 812/464-1845.
Registrar to initiate the policy. If first taken in 1998 fall or later, the policy will automatically be   On-campus emergencies can be reported by dialing extension 7777 or calling 911.
initiated: the student does not need to submit any paperwork. Refer questions to the Office of the
Registrar; 812/464-1761 or 800/467-1965.
                                                                                                           David L. Rice Library summer hours*
                                                                                                            Monday - Thursday 7:45 a.m.-10 p.m.                   Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                                                                                            Friday 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.                            Sunday 1-9 p.m.
                         GRADUATION INFORMATION
Meeting graduation requirements is your responsibility. Refer to the USI Bulletin for information          LRC, archives, and reference areas are open fewer hours. Regular hours and holiday hours
concerning University requirements for graduation and commencement/graduation honors.                      are posted in Rice Library (front door and inside) and on the library’s Web site at
                                                                                                           www.usi.edu/library/library.asp.
Candidates for graduation must file with the Office of the Registrar a Formal Application for
Graduation and a Diploma Form. If degree requirements will be completed in a spring or summer              * NOTE: During June of 2006 when the library collection is being moved into the new building,
term, the forms should be submitted no later than the third week of the preceding fall term. If            both old and new library buildings will be closed to the public. During that time, library staff will
degree requirements will be completed in the fall term, the forms should be submitted no later             use the offices of The Shield on the lower level of the University Center to provide basic services.
than the third week of the preceding spring term. The Application for Graduation may be                    Updates on open hours will be provided on the library’s Web site
obtained at the Office of the Dean of the college of your major. The Diploma Form may be                   (www.usi.edu/library/library.asp) and in signs on the old building’s front doors as well as at The
obtained at the Office of the Dean of the college of your major or submitted online by visiting            Shield offices.
www.usi.edu/reg/diploma.asp.

Degrees are conferred in May each year. If you complete graduation requirements in December,               Children’s Center
May, or will complete the graduation requirements in one of the subsequent summer sessions, you            Care of children of USI faculty, staff, and students is available Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., for
are eligible to participate in commencement exercises.                                                     children ages two through six years. Call the USI Children’s Center for enrollment information;
                                                                                                           812/464-1869. Summer Camp programs are available for school-aged children entering grades
Upper division hour requirement for all baccalaureate degree students                                      K-4. Call Extended Services for Summer Camp information; 812/464-1989.
All students who began seeking a degree in the 1996 fall semester or after must complete a
minimum of 39 semester hours at the 300-level and above in order to complete a baccalaureate               Computer Lab Hours
degree.                                                                                                    Lab              Mon-Thurs.           Friday               Saturday           Sunday
                                                                                                           LA 0115          8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     Closed             Closed
                                                                                                           OC 2004          8 a.m.-9 p.m.        8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.     Noon-6 p.m.        Noon-6 p.m.

                                                                                                           SC 3225 hours are posted each semester. Library lab is available when the Library is open,
                                                                                                           unless reserved for class use. The library’s Web calendar indicates reserved hours; visit
                                                                                                           www.usi.edu/library/library.asp.
10             University of Southern Indiana
                             PARKING REGULATIONS                                                        FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT
The speed limit on campus is 15 miles per hour. Pedestrians have the right-of-way in crosswalks      Notice of student rights
at all times. Apartment parking spaces are reserved for residents of each complex; visitors must
                                                                                                     The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with
park in visitor areas only. Campus lots have few restrictions, and those areas with restrictions
                                                                                                     respect to their education records. These rights include:
have them posted.
                                                                                                     1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the
A list of vehicle and parking regulations can be found at www.usi.edu/security. If a vehicle is
                                                                                                        University receives a request for access. Students should submit to the registrar, dean, head
found in violation of any University traffic regulations, the person in whose name the vehicle is
                                                                                                        of the academic department, or other appropriate official, written requests that identify the
registered will be held responsible. The schedule of fines is as follows: parking in a handicapped
                                                                                                        record(s) they wish to inspect. The University official will make arrangements for access and
zone - $50*; reckless driving, speeding, and moving violations – $35*; all other violations – $10*
                                                                                                        notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are
for the first citation, $25* for subsequent violations.
                                                                                                        not maintained by the University official to whom the request was submitted, that official
                                                                                                        shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed.
Vehicle registration
Vehicle registration entails providing the USI Security Department with the license numbers for      2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the student believes are
 all vehicles you intend to park on campus. Residents of campus apartments are required to              inaccurate or misleading. Students may ask the University to amend a record that they believe is
register their vehicle and will receive a color-coded parking hang tag. Faculty, staff, and             inaccurate or misleading. They should write the University official responsible for the record,
commuter students are urged to register their vehicle, but will not have a hang tag. For online         clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or
commuter vehicle registration, visit www.usi.edu/security and select Vehicle Registration Form.         misleading. If the University decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the
                                                                                                        University will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a
Transportation and parking fees                                                                         hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing
                                                                                                        procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing.
Students with a vehicle on campus will be assessed a $16* transportation and parking fee for
each summer semester in which they are enrolled. This fee will be added to each semester’s
                                                                                                     3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s
tuition bill.
                                                                                                        education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One
                                                                                                        exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with
Apartment housing residents                                                                             legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the University in an
Students living in campus apartment housing (McDonald West and East, O’Daniel North and                 administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position (including law
South complexes) during the summer will have a color-coded parking hang tag, to be displayed            enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person or company with whom the University
on the rear-view mirror of the vehicle.                                                                 has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the
                                                                                                        Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or
Residence hall residents; faculty, staff,                                                               grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A
                                                                                                        school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education
and commuter students                                                                                   record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility.
Students living in Newman, O’Bannon, Governors, and Ruston residence halls will not have a
parking hang tag and are allowed to park in all campus lots. Faculty, staff, and commuter students   4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the
will not have a parking hang tag and are allowed to park in all campus lots.                            University to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the office that
                                                                                                        administers FERPA is:
Damaged or stolen hang tags                                                                                             Family Policy Compliance Office
If your parking hang tag is stolen or becomes damaged, notify the USI Security Department                               U.S. Department of Education
immediately. A fee may be assessed for replacement.                                                                     600 Independence Avenue, SW
                                                                                                                        Washington, DC 20202-4605
Disabled parking                                                                                     The following information may be made available to the public unless the student restricts its
Handicapped parking placards and license plates will continue to be honored in all University        release by written notice. Information restriction request forms are available in the Office of the
parking lots.                                                                                        Registrar.

               SECURITY ISSUES AND ANNUAL REPORT                                                     A. Annual University telephone directory – the following information may be published by the
As required by the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, the University of                     University: name, local address, telephone number, and e-mail address – unless a USI
Southern Indiana advises its students, staff, faculty, and visitors that the Safety and Security        Telephone Directory Restriction Request form is filed with the Office of the Registrar during
Department is responsible for the collection and distribution of all information relating to            the first three weeks of each fall semester.
criminal activity that may occur on property it owns or leases for educational purposes.
                                                                                                     B. General requests for student information – when appropriate, the following information also
USI’s Annual Security Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported       may be made public by the University through printed programs, news releases of awards, etc.:
crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled         date and place of birth, home address, marital status, majors and minors, degrees, awards
by USI; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the              received, dates of attendance, most recent educational institution attended, names of parents,
campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as             participation in officially recognized activities or sports, weight and height of members of
policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual             athletic teams, classification, and enrollment status. An Information Release Restriction
assault, and other matters.                                                                             Request form can be submitted 1) to be effective for only the single term specified, or 2) to remain
                                                                                                        in place until requested in writing that the restriction be lifted.
Inquiries and requests for a copy of this report may be directed to the Safety and Security
Department located in the Security Building; phone 812/464-1845.                                     The submission of your Social Security number is voluntary. The University will not use the
                                                                                                     number, if supplied, for purposes other than routine record-keeping and institutional statistics,
                                                                                                     without your written permission.
*See “Tuition and fees” information on page 3.
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          ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS                                                                          The aforementioned individuals may conduct meetings and hearings with students who may have                 (2) Possession of marijuana, hash oil, or hashish: A person who: (1) Knowingly or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       intentionally possesses (pure or adulterated) marijuana, hash oil, or hashish; (2) Knowingly or
                                                                                                           violated any University policy, including those found in the Student Rights and Responsibilities: A
           POLICY AND PREVENTION                                                                           Code of Student Behavior, USI University housing community standards (Appendix B of Student                 intentionally grows or cultivates marijuana; or (3) Knowing that marijuana is growing on his
                                                                                                           Rights and Responsibilities: A Code of Student Behavior), and USI student organization policies             premises, fails to destroy the marijuana plants; commits possession of marijuana, hash oil, or
           PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS                                                                           (Appendix C of Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Code of Student Behavior).                            hashish, a Class A misdemeanor. However, the offense is a Class D felony (i) if the amount involved
Dear USI student:                                                                                                                                                                                                      is more than thirty (30) grams of marijuana or two (2) grams of hash oil or hashish, or (ii) if the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       person has a prior conviction of an offense involving marijuana, hash oil or hashish. (Indiana Code
We want the University of Southern Indiana to be a safe                                                    4.6 Sanctions, Restrictions and Stipulations                                                                35-48-4-11)
environment for our employees and students. A policy                                                       4.6.1 Sanctions                                                                                             (3) Possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug: (a) A person who, without a valid
regarding abuse of drugs and alcohol has been formulated and is                                            Sanction(s) is/are a consequence(s) placed upon a student when responsibility for a violation(s) of         prescription or order of a practitioner acting in the course of the practitioner’s professional practice,
being distributed to inform faculty, staff, and students of                                                specified University policy(ies) has been determined. The following is a list of possible sanctions:        knowingly or intentionally possesses cocaine (pure or adulterated), a narcotic drug (pure or
consequences of abuse of drugs and alcohol on the campus.                                                    • Warning (Written)                                                                                       adulterated) classified in schedule I or II, or methamphetamine (pure or adulterated), commits
                                                                                                             • Probation                                                                                               possession of cocaine, a narcotic drug or methamphetamine, a Class D felony, except as provided in
                                                                                                             • Suspension                                                                                              subsection (b). (b) The offense is: (1) a Class C felony if (A) the amount of the drug involved (pure
Please acquaint yourself with the policy. We need your
                                                                                                           4.6.2 Restrictions and Stipulations                                                                         or adulterated) weighs three (3) grams or more; or (B) the person was also in possession of a
cooperation and commitment to keeping USI free of illicit                                                                                                                                                              firearm (as defined in Indiana Code 35-47-1-5); (2) A Class B felony if the person in possession of
                                                                                                           Restrictions and stipulations are concurrent actions which may be imposed by the administrative
drugs and illegal use of alcohol. This is your University. Please                                          hearing officer or the University hearing board in addition to a sanction. Possible                         the cocaine, narcotic drug, or methamphetamine, possesses less than three (3) grams of pure or
keep it safe for yourself and your friends.                                                                restrictions/stipulations include:                                                                          adulterated cocaine, narcotic drug, or methamphetamine: (A) on a school bus; or (B) in, on, or
                                                                                                             • Educational Requirements (reflection paper, reports, behavioral agreements, etc.)                       within one thousand (1,000) feet of: (i) school property; (ii) a public park; (iii) a family housing
                                                H. Ray Hoops                                                 • Community/University Service                                                                            complex; or (iv) a youth program center; and (3) a Class A felony if the person possesses the
                                                                                                             • Restitution                                                                                             cocaine, narcotic drug, or methamphetamine: in an amount (pure or adulterated) weighing at least
                                                President
                                                                                                             • Confiscation                                                                                            three (3) grams: (A) on a school bus; or (B) in, on, or within one thousand (1,000) feet of: (i)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       school property; (ii) a public park; (iii) a family housing complex; or (iv) a youth program center.
                                                                                                             • Restriction of Access/Removal from University Housing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (Indiana Code 35-48-4-6)
                                                                                                             • Loss of privileges
Campus Policy                                                                                                                                                                                                          (4) Possession of paraphernalia: (a) A person who possesses a raw material, an instrument,
                                                                                                             • Participation in a specific program                                                                     a device, or other object that the person intends to use for: (1) introducing into the person’s body a
The University of Southern Indiana prohibits the illegal manufacture, possession, use, and/or              (See Section 4.6.2 of Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Code of Student Behavior for more              controlled substance; (2) testing the strength, effectiveness, or purity of a controlled substance; or
distribution of drugs and alcohol by students, employees, and visitors on University-owned or -leased      information)                                                                                                (3) enhancing the effect of a controlled substance in violation of this chapter commits a Class A
property or as a part of any ’’University activities’’ as that term is defined by the University.                                                                                                                      infraction for possessing paraphernalia. (Indiana Code 35-48-4-8.3)
                                                                                                           Campus policy on drugs and alcohol abuse is monitored by the Substance Abuse Advisory Committee             (5) Unlawful manufacture, distribution, or possession of counterfeit substance:
The University expects the cooperation and commitment of all students and employees in                     composed of administrators, faculty, staff, and students who will recommend policy changes as               (a) A person who knowingly or intentionally: (1) manufactures; (2) finances the manufacture of;
maintaining an environment free of illicit drugs and illegal use of alcohol. Students and other campus     needed.                                                                                                     (3) advertises; (4) distributes; or (5) possesses with intent to manufacture, finance the manufacture
constituents are deemed to be adults responsible for their own behavior and are expected to obey                                                                                                                       of, advertise, or distribute; a substance described in section 4.5 (Indiana Code 35-48-4-4.5) of this
the law and University rules regarding drugs and alcohol.                                                              ASSISTANCE WITH DRUG OR                                                                         chapter commits a Class C felony. (b) A person who knowingly or intentionally possesses a substance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       described in Section 4.5 of this chapter commits a Class C misdemeanor. However, the offense is a
The following excerpt is from Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Code of                                               ALCOHOL PROBLEM                                                                             Class A misdemeanor if the person has a previous conviction under this section.
Student Behavior, Sections 2.1 and 2.2 (publication date September 2004):                                  Services are available to help you deal with issues concerning chemical dependency. Interventions           (Indiana Code 35-48-4-4.6)
                                                                                                           range from educational presentations, on-campus professional counseling, and referral to community          (6) Dealing in marijuana, hash oil, or hashish: (a) A person who: (1) knowingly or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       intentionally: (A) manufactures; (B) finances the manufacture of; (C) delivers; or (D) finances the
2.1 – Alcohol and/or Drug Use                                                                              support groups and agencies, when appropriate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       delivery of; marijuana, hash oil, or hashish, pure or adulterated; or (2) possesses, with intent to: (A)
2.1.1 Alcohol on USI Property                                                                                                                                                                                          manufacture; (B) finance the manufacture of; (C) deliver; or (D) finance the delivery of; marijuana,
The manufacture, sale, transfer, purchase, transportation, possession, or consumption of an alcoholic      Where Do I Start?                                                                                           hash oil, or hashish, pure or adulterated; commits dealing in marijuana, hash oil or hashish, a Class A
beverage anywhere on University-owned or –controlled property (including University-owned or               The USI Counseling Center or Religious Life Office are available to discuss a potential problem or to       misdemeanor, except as provided in subsection (b). (b) The offense is: (1) A Class D felony if: (A)
–leased vehicles, regardless of location) is prohibited by the University; exceptions are granted by       arrange for counseling. All conversations with professional counselors are strictly confidential, and       the recipient or intended recipient is under eighteen (18) years of age; (B) the amount involved is
the president or his/her designee.                                                                         information is not released unless a specific release of information form is signed by the student.         more than thirty (30) grams but less than ten (10) pounds of marijuana or two (2) grams but less
2.1.2 Alcohol at Student Organization Events                                                                                                                                                                           than three hundred (300) grams of hash oil or hashish; or (C) the person has a prior conviction of
Recognized USI student organizations planning off-campus events where alcohol may be served must           You might be referred for counseling to a Counseling Center staff member or a professional with a           an offense involving marijuana, hash oil, or hashish; and (2) a Class C felony if the amount involved
adhere to the guidelines established by the University. See Appendix C of Student Rights and               community agency. Assistance is based on resources, preferences, and need. Prolonged treatment              is ten (10) pounds or more of marijuana or three hundred (300) or more grams of hash oil or
Responsibilities: A Code of Student Behavior.                                                              would involve a referral to a chemical dependence program in the community.                                 hashish or the person delivered or financed the delivery of marijuana, hash oil, or hashish: (A) on a
2.1.3 Being Under the Influence of Alcohol                                                                                                                                                                             school bus; or (B) in, on, or within one thousand (1,000) feet of: (i) school property; (ii) a public
                                                                                                           How Would I Pay?                                                                                            park; (iii) a family housing complex; or (iv) a youth program center. (Indiana Code 35-48-4-10)
Being under the influence of alcohol is a violation of this code when a person is on University-owned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (7) Dealing in cocaine or a narcotic drug: (a) A person who: (1) knowingly or intentionally:
or –controlled property, or at a USI-sponsored or –supervised function, and 1) endangers, or may           There is no fee for on-campus services. Services at community agencies are determined by the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (A) manufactures; (B) finances the manufacture of; (C) delivers; or (D) finances the delivery of;
endanger, the safety of others, property, or themselves; or 2) causes a disturbance.                       agency upon evaluation, and usually consider your ability to pay.                                           cocaine, a narcotic drug or methamphetamine, pure or adulterated, classified in schedule I or II; or
2.1.4 Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol of Other Drugs                                                                                                                                                            (2) possesses, with intent to: (A) manufacture; (B) finance the manufacture of; (C) deliver; or (D)
Driving while under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs on University-owned or –controlled           Use the Assistance Program                                                                                  finance the delivery of; cocaine, a narcotic drug, or methamphetamine, pure or adulterated, classified
property or in association with any other USI-sponsored or –supervised organizations or activities is      • If you think a friend or acquaintance has a problem with chemical use/abuse, PLEASE don’t                 in schedule I or II; commits dealing in cocaine, a narcotic drug, or methamphetamine, a Class B
prohibited.                                                                                                diagnose! Encourage this person to seek help.                                                               felony, except as provided in subsection (b). (b) The offense is a Class A felony if: (1) the amount of
2.1.5 Drug-Related Violations                                                                              • If you think you or a friend have a problem with chemical use/abuse, talk with your faculty               the drug involved weighs three (3) grams or more; (2) the person: (A) delivered; or (B) financed
Being under the influence, possessing, manufacturing, exchanging, distributing, purchasing, using, or      advisor, instructor, student housing personnel, and/or the staff in the Religious Life Office               the delivery of the drug to a person under eighteen (18) years of age at least three (3) years junior
selling illegal drugs or any controlled substance, including marijuana, abuse of over-the-counter drugs,   (812/464-1871), Student Wellness Office (812/464-1807), USI Counseling Center (812/464-                     to the person; or (3) the person manufactured, delivered or financed the delivery of the drug: (A) on
inhalants, etc., except pursuant to a physician’s/dentist’s prescription, or possessing paraphernalia      1867), or any University office. Ask about making an appointment so you can discuss the problem             a school bus; or (B) in, on, or within one thousand (1,000) feet of: (i) school property; (ii) a public
for drug use on University-owned or –controlled property or at USI-sponsored or –supervised events         and/or begin counseling.                                                                                    park; (iii) a family housing complex; or (iv) a youth program center. (Indiana Code 35-48-4-1)
is prohibited.                                                                                             • If you need to report an incident of possible policy infraction, contact the Office of the Dean of        (8) Visiting or maintaining a common nuisance: (a) A person who knowingly or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       intentionally visits a building, structure, vehicle or other place that is used by any person to
                                                                                                           Students at 812/464-1862 or USI Safety & Security at 812/464-1845. In case of an on-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       unlawfully use a controlled substance commits visiting a common nuisance, a Class B misdemeanor;
2.2 – Attempts to Commit and/or Complicity in Prohibited Acts                                              campus emergency, call 7777.                                                                                (b) A person who knowingly or intentionally maintains a building, structure, vehicle, or other place
2.2.1 Attempts                                                                                                                                                                                                         that is used one (1) or more times: (1) by persons to unlawfully use controlled substances; or (2)
Attempts to commit acts prohibited by the standards of this Code of Student Behavior may be                                                                                                                            for unlawfully: (A) manufacturing; (B)keeping; (C) offering for sale; (D) selling; (E) delivering; or
sanctioned to the same extent as if one had committed the prohibited acts.                                       STATE PENALTIES AND LEGAL                                                                             (F) financing the delivery of: controlled substances, or items of drug paraphernalia as described in
2.2.2 Complicity in Prohibited Acts                                                                                                                                                                                    Indiana Code 35-48-4-8.5; commits maintaining a common nuisance, a Class D felony. (Indiana
Knowingly encouraging or assisting others to commit such acts that are prohibited by this code may             SANCTIONS FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL                                                                              Code 35-48-4-13)
be sanctioned to the same extent as if one had committed the prohibited act.                               A. DRUG USE                                                                                                 (9) Driver’s licenses and motor vehicle registration; suspension: (a) if a person is
                                                                                                           Title 35, Article 48 of the Indiana Criminal Code provides the applicable legal sanctions under local       convicted of an offense under section 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, or 11 of this chapter, or conspiracy to
                                                                                                           and state law for the unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs. Some examples of these          commit an offense under section 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, or 11 of this chapter, and the court finds
4.4 Student Behavior Resolution Procedures                                                                 sanctions follow:                                                                                           that a motor vehicle was used in the commission of the offense, the court shall, in addition to any
4.4.1 Judicial Authority                                                                                   (1) Possession of a Controlled Substance; obtaining a schedule V controlled                                 other order the court enters, order that the person’s: (1) operator’s license be suspended; (2)
The dean of students is charged with the development and administration of the University of               substance: (a) A person who, without a valid prescription or order of a practitioner acting in the          existing motor vehicle registrations be suspended; and (3) ability to register motor vehicles be
Southern Indiana student judicial process. Under the supervision of the dean of students, the              course of his professional practice, knowingly or intentionally possesses a controlled substance (pure      suspended by the bureau of motor vehicles for a period specified by the court of at least six (6)
following individuals will be charged with the execution of judicial proceedings:                          or adulterated) classified in schedule I, II, III, or IV, except marijuana or hashish, commits possession   months but not more than two (2) years. If a person is convicted of an offense described in section
  • Assistant Director for Judicial Affairs – Residence Life                                               of a controlled substance, a Class D felony. However, the offense is a Class C felony if the person in      (a) and the person does not hold an operator’s license or a learner’s permit, the court shall order that
  • Director of Residence Life                                                                             possession of the controlled substance possesses the controlled substance: (1) On a school bus; or          the person may not receive an operator’s license or a learner’s permit from the bureau of motor
  • Director of Student Development Programs                                                               (2) in, on, or within one thousand (1,000) feet of: (A) school property; (B) a public park; (C) a           vehicles for a period of not less than six (6) months. (Indiana Code 35-48-4-15).
  • Additional staff members in the University community as deemed appropriate and as trained by           family housing complex; or (D) a youth program center. (Indiana Code 35-48-4-7)
the dean of students
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B. ALCOHOL USE                                                                                                                  and Indiana Code 9-30-4-9. (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-1).                                                         hundredths (0.15) gram of alcohol per: (1) one hundred (100) milliliters of the person’s blood; or
Title 7.1, Article 5 of the Indiana Code provides the applicable legal sanctions under local and state                          (6) Furnishing false evidence of identification. It is a Class C misdemeanor for a person to                 (2) two hundred ten (210) liters of the person’s breath; commits a Class C misdemeanor (Indiana
law for illegal possession and use of alcoholic beverages. Some examples of these sanctions follow:                             sell, give, or furnish to a minor false or fraudulent evidence of majority or identity with the intent to    Code 9-30-5-1). The penalty can be 60 days in jail and a $500 fine (Indiana Code 35-50-3-4). A
(1) Public intoxication prohibited. It is a Class B misdemeanor for a person to be in a public                                  violate a provision of this title (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-2).                                                  person who drives a vehicle while intoxicated can be charged with a Class A misdemeanor with a
place or a place of public resort in a state of intoxication caused by the person’s use of alcohol or a                         (7) Possession of false identity. It is a Class C infraction for a minor to have in his possession           penalty of up to one year in jail and a $5,000 fine (Indiana Code 9-30-5-1 and Indiana Code
controlled substance (as defined in Indiana Code 35-48-1-9; Indiana Code 7.1-5-1-3).                                            false or fraudulent evidence of majority or identity with the intent to violate a provision of this title    35-50-3-2). A second offense or beyond, occurring during a five-year period, is a Class D felony
(2) Illegal possession. (a) It is a Class C misdemeanor for a minor to knowingly: (1) possess                                   (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-3).                                                                                    (Indiana Code 9-30-5-3), with a penalty of 1 1/2 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine
an alcoholic beverage (2) consume it; or (3) transport it on a public highway when not accompanied                              (8) Statement of age. A permittee shall have the right to demand of a customer a signed                      (Indiana Code 35-50-2-7). It is a Class D felony if a driver is under the influence and causes an
by at least one (1) of his parents or guardians. (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-7).                                                      written statement, on a form prescribed by the commission, that the customer is not a minor. It is a         accident involving bodily injury, and a Class C felony where an accident involves a death (Indiana
(3) Sales to minors prohibited. It is a Class C misdemeanor for a person to recklessly sell,                                    Class C infraction for a minor to misrepresent his age on the statement (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-4).            Code 9-30-5-4; Indiana Code 9-30-5-5). The Class C felony carries a penalty of four years in prison
barter, exchange, provide, or furnish an alcoholic beverage to a minor (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-8).                                (9) Sales to intoxicated person prohibited. It is unlawful for a person to sell, barter,                     and up to a $10,000 fine (Indiana Code 35-50-2-6). The law allows consideration of aggravating or
(4) Minors in taverns prohibited. It is a Class C misdemeanor for a minor to recklessly be in                                   deliver, or give away an alcoholic beverage to another person who is in a state of intoxication if the       mitigating circumstances to increase or lessen a penalty.
a tavern, bar, or other public place where alcoholic beverages are sold, bartered, exchanged, given                             person knows that the other person is intoxicated. (Indiana Code7.1-5-10-15).                                (12) Visiting or maintaining a common nuisance. (a) A person who knowingly or
away, provided, or furnished. In addition to other penalties under this subsection, the minor’s driver’s                        (10) Person furnishing alcoholic beverage; civil liability for damages; “furnish”                            intentionally visits a building, structure, vehicle or other place that is used by any person to
license shall be suspended for up to one (1) year in accordance with Indiana Code 9-24-18-8 and                                 defined. (a) As used in this section, “furnish” includes barter, deliver, sell, exchange, provide, or        unlawfully use a controlled substance commits visiting a common nuisance, a Class B misdemeanor.
Indiana Code 9-30-4-9 (Indiana Code 7.1-5-7-10).                                                                                give away. (b) A person who furnishes an alcoholic beverage to a person is not liable in a civil action      (b) A person who knowingly or intentionally maintains a building, structure, vehicle, or other place
(5) False statements of age. (a) It is a Class C infraction for a minor to make a false                                         for damages caused by the impairment or intoxication of the person who was furnished the alcoholic           that is used one (1) or more times: (1) by persons to unlawfully use controlled substances; or (2)
statement of the minor’s age or to present or offer false or fraudulent evidence of majority or identity                        beverage unless: (a) the person furnishing the alcoholic beverage had actual knowledge that the              for unlawfully: (A) manufacturing; (B) keeping; (C) offering for sale; (D) selling; (E) delivering; or
to a permittee for the purpose of ordering, purchasing, attempting to purchase, or otherwise                                    person to whom the alcoholic beverage was furnished was visibly intoxicated at the time the                  (F) financing the delivery of: controlled substances, or items of drug paraphernalia as described in
procuring or attempting to procure an alcoholic beverage. (b) In addition to the penalty under                                  alcoholic beverage was furnished; and (2) the intoxication of the person to whom the alcoholic               Indiana Code 35-48-4-8.5; commits maintaining a common nuisance, a Class D felony. (Indiana
subsection (a), a minor who: (1) uses a false or altered driver’s license or the driver’s license of                            beverage was furnished was a proximate cause of the death, injury, or damage alleged in the                  Code 35-48-4-13).
another person as evidence of majority under this section; or (2) is convicted of purchasing or                                 complaint. (Indiana Code 7.1-5-10-15.5).
procuring an alcoholic beverage with or without using a false or altered driver’s license; shall have the                       (11) Driving while intoxicated penalty. A person who operates a vehicle with an alcohol
minor’s driver’s license suspended for up to one (1) year in accordance with Indiana Code 9-24-18-8                             concentration equivalent to at least eight-hundredths (0.08) gram of alcohol but less than fifteen-



Federal Penalties and Sanctions for Illegal Possession of a Controlled Substance
21 U.S.C. 844 (a): 1st conviction: Up to 1 year imprisonment and fined at least $1,000, or                                      21 U.S.C. 853 (a) (2) and 881 (a) (7): Forfeiture of personal and real property used to possess              18 U.S.C. 922 (g): Ineligible to receive or purchase a firearm.
both. After 1 prior drug conviction: At least 15 days in prison, not to exceed 2 years and fined at                             or to facilitate possession of a controlled substance if that offense is punishable by more than 1 year
least $2,500. After 2 or more prior drug convictions: At least 90 days in prison, not to exceed 3                               imprisonment. (See special sentencing provisions re: crack)                                                  Miscellaneous: Students convicted of drug crimes are prohibited from receiving Federal Financial
years and fined at least $5,000. Special sentencing provisions for possession of a mixture or                                   21 U.S.C. 881 (a) (4): Forfeiture of vehicles, boats, aircraft or any other conveyance used to               Aid for specified periods of time. Revocation of certain Federal licenses and benefits, e.g. pilot
substance which contains cocaine base: Mandatory at least 5 years in prison, not to exceed 20 years                             transport or conceal a controlled substance.                                                                 licenses, etc., are vested within the authorities of individual Federal agencies. NOTE: These are only
and fined a minimum of $1,000, if: (a) 1st conviction and the amount possessed exceeds 5 grams,                                 21 U.S.C. 844a: Civil fine of up to $10,000 for each violation.                                              Federal penalties and sanctions. Additional State penalties and sanctions may apply.
(b) 2nd conviction under this subsection and the amount possessed exceeds 3 grams, (c) 3rd or                                   21 U.S.C. 862 (b): Denial of Federal benefits to drug possessors, such as student loans, grants,
subsequent conviction under this subsection and the amount possessed exceeds 1 gram.                                            contracts, and professional and commercial licenses, up to 1 year for first offense, up to 5 years for
                                                                                                                                second and subsequent offenses.



Federal Trafficking Penalties                                                                                                                                                              Federal Trafficking Penalties-Marijuana
DRUG/SCHEDULE                         QUANTITY                            PENALTIES                           QUANTITY                                 PENALTIES                               DRUG                    QUANTITY                              1st OFFENSE                                            2nd OFFENSE
 Cocaine                                                             First Offense: Not                                                          First Offense: Not less                    Marijuana         1,000 kg or more mixture;       • Not less than 10 years, not more than life        • Not less than 20 years, not more than life
 (Schedule II)                      500 - 4999 gms mixture           less than 5 yrs, and not              5 kgs or more mixture                 than 10 yrs, and not                                         or 1,000 or more plants         • If death or serious injury, not less than 20      • If death or serious injury, mandatory life
                                                                     more than 40 yrs. If                                                        more than life. If death or                                                                    years, not more than life                         • Fine not more than $8 million if an
 Cocaine Base                                                        death or serious injury,                                                    serious injury, not less                                                                     • Fine not more than $4 million if an                 individual, $20 million if other than an
 (Schedule II)                      5-49 gms mixture                 not less than 20 or                   50 gms or more mixture                than 20 or more than                                                                           individual, $10 million if other than an            individual
                                                                     more than life. Fine of                                                     life. Fine of not more                                                                         individual
 Fentanyl                                                            not more than $2                                                            than $4 million if an
 (Schedule II)                      40 - 399 gms mixture             million if an individual,             400 gms or more mixture               individual, $10 million if
                                                                     $5 million if not an                                                        not an individual.                         Marijuana         100 kg to 999 kg mixture;       • Not less than 5 years, not more than 40 years     • Not less than 10 years, not more than life
 Fentanyl Analogue                                                   individual                                                                                                                               or 100 to 999 plants            • If death or serous injury, not less than 20       • If death or serious injury, mandatory life
 (Schedule I)                       10 - 99 gms mixture                                                    100 gms or more mixture               Second Offense: Not                                                                            years, not more than life                         • Fine not more than $4 million if an
                                                                     Second Offense: Not                                                         less than 20 yrs, and not                                                                    • Fine not more than $2 million if an                 individual, $10 million if other than an
 Heroin                                                              less than 10 yrs, and                                                       more than life. If death or                                                                    individual, $5 million if other than an             individual
 (Schedule I)                       100 - 999 gms mixture            not more than life. If                1 kg or more mixture                  serious injury, life                                                                           individual
                                                                     death or serious injury,                                                    imprisonment. Fine of not
 LSD                                                                 life imprisonment. Fine                                                     more than $8 million if                                                                      • Not more than 20 years
 (Schedule I)                       1 - 9 gms mixture                of not more than $4                   10 gms or more mixture                an individual, $20 million                 Marijuana         More than 10 kgs hashish;       • If death or serious injury, not less than 20      • Not more than 30 years
                                                                     million if an individual,                                                   if not an individual.                                        50 to 99 kg mixture               years, not more than life                         • If death or seroius injury, mandatory life
 Methamphetamine                    5 - 49 gms pure or               $10 million if not an                 50 gms or more pure or                                                                                                             • Fine $1 million if an individual, $5 million if   • Fine $2 million if an individual, $10
 (Schedule II)                      50 - 499 gms mixture             individual                            500 gms or more mixture               2 or More Prior                                              More than 1 kg hashish oil;       other than an individual                            million if other than individual
                                                                                                                                                 Offenses:                                                    50 to 99 plants
 PCP                                10 - 99 gms pure or                                                    100 gm or more pure or                Life imprisonment
 (Schedule II)                      100 - 999 gms mixture                                                  1 kg or more mixture                                                                                                               • Not more than 5 years
                                                                                                                                                                                            Marijuana         1 to 49 plants; less than 50    • Fine not more than $250,000, $1 million           • Not more than 10 years
                                                                                     PENALTIES                                                                                                                kg mixture                        if other than individual                          • Fine $500,000 if an individual, $2 million
 Other Schedule I & II drugs Any amount                 First Offense: Not more that 20 yrs. If death or serious injury, not less than 20 yrs, or more than life. Fine $1 million                                                                                                                   if other than individual
  and any drug product containing                       if an individual, $5 million if not an individual.
  Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid
                                                                                                                                                                                            Hashish           10 kg or less
 Flunitrazepam                                          Second Offense: Not more than 30 yrs. If death or serious injury, not less than life. Fine $2 million if an individual,
 (Schedule IV)                       1 gm or more       $10 million if not an individual                                                                                                    Hashish Oil       1 kg or less
 Other Schedule III drugs            Any amount         First Offense: Not more than 5 years. Fine not more than $250,000 if an individual, $1 million if not an individual.

 Flunitrazepam                                          Second Offense: Not more than 10 yrs. Fine not more than $500,000 if an individual, $2 million if not an individual
 (Schedule IV)                       30 to 999 mgs
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Federal penalties and sanctions current as of July 2005.
 All other Schedule IV drugs         Any amount         First Offense: Not more than 3 years. Fine not more than $250,000 if an individual, $1 million if not an individual.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           www.usdoj.gov/dea/agency/penalties.htm
 Flunitrazepam (Schedule IV) Less than 30 mgs Second Offense: Not more than 6 yrs. Fine not more than $500,000 if an individual, $2 million if not an individual.

 All Schedule V drugs                Any amount         First Offense: Not more than 1 yr. Fine not more than $100,000 if an individual, $250,000 if not an individual.
                                                        Second Offense: Not more than 2 yrs. Fine not more than $200,000 if an individual, $500,000 if not an individual.
                                   2006 summer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                13
                                        First Summer Session
                                                                                             May 9 - June 9
                                          (Note: course sections beginning with .6 meet longer than the above dates)
           No changes in the class offerings or assigned teachers are anticipated. However, the University reserves the right to make such changes.
   COLLEGE OF BUSINESS – OC 3057; 812/464-1718                                                                    THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 06/01/06 – 06/09/06
                                                                                                               10317 EDUC261.301     SPECIAL NEEDS:EARLY CHILD E          / 3 MTWRF 0800AM-1100AM         ED 3111     BOYD S
                                                                                                                                                                              MTWRF 1130AM-0300PM         ED 3111
ACCOUNTING
10001   ACCT201.301     ACCOUNTING PRINC I              3 TWR       0200PM-0450PM   OC 2036      KOCAKULAH M   PHYSICAL EDUCATION
10394   ACCT315.301     COST ACCOUNTING                 3 TWR       0600PM-0850PM   OC 2027      KOCAKULAH M   10388    PED   123.301   B3   TENNIS                     $     1   MTWR    0800AM-0920AM   PA   200    PAYNE C
                                                                                                               10252    PED   185.301   B3   STEP AEROBICS                    1   MTWR    1200PM-0120PM   PA   200    PAYNE C
ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS/BUSINESS EDUCATION                                                                      10253    PED   186.301   B3   WELL/FIT APPRAISAL               1   MTWR    1000AM-1120AM   PA   211    STAFF
10013   ASBE231.301     BUSINESS COMMUNICATION          3 MTWR      1200PM-0220PM   OC 3052      BIZAL N       10389    PED   199.301   B3   SPEC ACT: YOGA             $     1   MTWR    1000AM-1120AM   FC   209    PAYNE C
10014   ASBE401.301     CAREER PLAN&PROF DEVEL     $    1 MR        0800AM-0950AM   OC 2027      BIZAL N       10254    PED   281.301   B3   PERSONAL HEALTH SCI              3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   PA   211    STAFF
10015   ASBE401.302     CAREER PLAN&PROF DEVEL     $    1 TF        0800AM-0950AM   OC 2027      BIZAL N       10390    PED   283.301        FIELD EXP EXERCISE SCIENCE       1   MTWR    1000AM-1120AM   PA   209    BOWER G
                                                                                                               10255    PED   286.NO1        SAFETY EDUCATION           $     2           WEB             AR   TBA    BENNETT S
                                                                                                               10256    PED   491.301        ORG&ADM PE&RELATD PROG       P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    BOWER G
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                                                   10258    PED   499.301        PRACTICUM PHYS EDUC          P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    BOWER G
10395   CIS 451.301     ORGANZTNL SUPPORT SYSTMS        3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2036      FOROUGHI A    10259    PED   499.302        PRACTICUM PHYS EDUC          P   4   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    BOWER G
10041   CIS 487.301     CURRENT TOPICS-CIS              3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2040      MABIS B       10260    PED   499.303        PRACTICUM PHYS EDUC          P   5   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    BOWER G

                                                                                                                  THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIVE WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/09/06
DECISION SCIENCES                                                                                              10257 PED 492.301 D CONTEMP ISS-SPORT & EXERCIS / 3 MW       0530PM-0930PM PA 211                      LEUNG R
10396   DSCI445.301     OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT           3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       OC 2036      BLACK G
                                                                                                                                     (PED 592.301)

ECONOMICS                                                                                                         THE FOLLOWING COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (05/09/06 – 06/09/06).
10044   ECON208.301 C2 MICROECONOMICS                   3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   OC   2008    CORDO P          CONTACT THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR DETAILS.
10045   ECON241.301 C5 GLOBAL ECON ISSUES               3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   OC   2008    CORDO P       10404 PED 390.F01     ST:BRIT/AMER ISS-SPRT&XRCSE P 3 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C                   ENZLER D
10046   ECON265.301    ELEM STATISTICS                  3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   2008    SCHIBIK T
10047   ECON361.301    MONEY & BANKING                  3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   OC   2033    SCHIBIK T     THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET AT LIGHTHOUSE LANDING, GRAND RIVERS, KY. IN ADDITION TO ONE
                                                                                                               CREDIT HOUR OF TUITION, THERE IS A SPECIAL FEE OF $210.00 FOR THE COURSE. STUDENTS WHO
                                                                                                               ENROLL IN THESE COURSES WILL BE CONTACTED BY THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT WITH DETAILS.
FINANCE                                                                                                           THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 05/20/06 – 05/21/06
10117   FIN 361.301     FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS          3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       OC 2033      SCHIBIK T     10250 PED 163.301 B3 SAILING                     $ / 1 SU    0830AM-0400PM LL OFF-C RIVERS T
                                                                                                                  THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 06/03/06 – 06/04/06
MANAGEMENT                                                                                                     10251 PED 163.302 B3 SAILING                     $ / 1 SU    0830AM-0400PM LL OFF-C RIVERS T
10398   MNGT305.301     PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT        3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   OC   2025    HALL JR E
10399   MNGT341.301     HUMAN RESOURCE MNGT             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   2027    PARTRIDGE D   SOCIAL WORK
10400   MNGT443.301     ORG THEORY & DESIGN             3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   OC   2027    PARTRIDGE D   10293    SOCW221.301          INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   HP   1082   STAFF
10200   MNGT452.301 D   POLICY FORMULATION ADM          3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   2025    HALL JR E     10294    SOCW326.301          SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH             3   TR      0530PM-0930PM   HP   1082   STAFF
                                                                                                               10295    SOCW390.301          INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW      P    1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    COUSERT D
                                                                                                               10296    SOCW390.302          INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW      P    2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    COUSERT D
 BOWER-SUHRHEINRICH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION                                                                       10297    SOCW390.303          INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW      P    3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    COUSERT D

  AND HUMAN SERVICES – ED 3114; 812/465-7024
                                                                                                               COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS – LA 3001; 812/464-1855
EDUCATION
10048   EDUC214.301     INSTR TECH IN EDUCATION     $   3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   ED   2117    PRICE C
10319   EDUC373.301     TCHING SCIENCE ELEM SCHOOL P    3   MW      0900AM-0130PM   SC   2233    OSBORNE R
                                                                                                               ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                                                                  THE FOLLOWING COURSES MUST BE TAKEN TOGETHER
10321   EDUC378.301     RDNG/LNG ARTS IN ELEM SCHOO     3   TR      0900AM-0100PM   ED   3113    GOODEN S
                                                                                                               10409 ANTH370.301     SEM:FIELD METHD/ARCHAEOLOGY              3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR OFF-C    MANN R
10070   EDUC490.301     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT      1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     RINGLABEN R
                                                                                                               10410 ANTH370.302     SEM:LAB METHODS/ARCHAEOLOGY              3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR OFF-C    MANN R
10071   EDUC490.302     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT      2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     RINGLABEN R
10072   EDUC490.303     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT      3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     RINGLABEN R
                                                                                                               ART
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)                                              10011    ART 359.301          SPEC STUDIES IN ART HISTORY P    3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      SKOGLUND M
10393 EDUC302.601 C2 MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION       / 3 W     0500PM-0915PM          ED 3145      AKINTUNDE O   10012    ART 498.301          INTERNSHIP IN ART           P    3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      WATERS K
10056 EDUC411.601     LEGAL& CONTEMP ISS-EXC NEED /=3 W      0500PM-0915PM          ED 3113      BROWNING L
                      (EDUC511.601)
10057 EDUC412.601     EVAL & EXCPT:ASSESS,INTERP   /=3 T     0430PM-0815PM          ED   3147    CHASE M       COMMUNICATION STUDIES
                      (EDUC512.601)                    F     0900AM-0950AM          AR   OFF-C                 10332    CMST101.301 A1 INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING               3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2005   HOWARD   L
10058 EDUC413.601     LEARNG STRAT-EXCEPTNL NEEDS /=3 R      0430PM-0815PM          ED   3147    CHASE M       10333    CMST317.301 C5 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION            3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   2005   HOWARD   L
                      (EDUC513.601)                    F     1000AM-1115AM          AR   OFF-C                 10334    CMST400.301    IND ST-COMMUNICATN STUDIES P           1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    HOWARD   L
10059 EDUC415.601     MNGT & EXCPT: ENV, SOC, BEH /=3 T      0500PM-0915PM          ED   3111    HELFRICH M    10335    CMST400.302    IND ST-COMMUNICATN STUDIES P           2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    HOWARD   L
                      (EDUC515.601)                                                                            10336    CMST400.303    IND ST-COMMUNICATN STUDIES P           3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    HOWARD   L
10060 EDUC421.601     EXCPT NEEDS: PRACTICUM I     /=3 TBA   TBA   -TBA             AR TBA       MAYS R
                      (EDUC521.601)                                                                            COMMUNICATIONS
10061 EDUC422.601     EXCPT NEEDS:PRACTICUM II     /=3 TBA   TBA   -TBA             AR TBA       MAYS R        10405    COMM495.301          MASS COMM RESEARCH               3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       LA 1009     COOPER G
                      (EDUC522.601)                                                                            10406    COMM495.302          MASS COMM RESEARCH               3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1009     COOPER G
10066 EDUC441.601     YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE       /=3 M     0500PM-0950PM          ED 3145      HAMON J
                      (EDUC541.601)
10067 EDUC465.601     COMPUTER IN CURRICULUM     $ /=3 M     0500PM-0950PM          ED 2117      PRICE C                      ADVERTISING
                      (EDUC565.601)                                                                            10006    ADV   241.301        INTRO TO ADVERTISING             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2030   STAFF
10069 EDUC468.NO1     ADVNCD INSTRUCT TECHNLGY   $ /=3       WEB                    AR TBA       REASONS S     10007    ADV   346.301        SPEC EVENTS & PROMOTIONS         3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   LA   2030   STAFF
                      (EDUC568.NO1)                                                                            10008    ADV   400.301        IND ST-ADVERTISING          P    1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                               10009    ADV   400.302        IND ST-ADVERTISING          P    2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 05/09/06 – 05/17/06                                                              10010    ADV   400.303        IND ST-ADVERTISING          P    3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10053 EDUC346.301     EARLY CHILDHD CURRICULUM I       / 3 MTWRF 0900AM-1200PM      MC OFF-C     MEYER J       10330    ADV   499.301        ST-TV COMMERCIALS                3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   0104   BLACK D
                                                           MTWRF 1230PM-0400PM      MC OFF-C
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 05/18/06 – 05/26/06                                                                             JOURNALISM
10054 EDUC347.301     EARLY CHILDHD CURRICULUM II      / 3 MTWRF 0900AM-1200PM      MC OFF-C     MEYER J       10165    JRN 400.301    IND ST-JOURNALISM           P 1            TBA   TBA     -TBA      AR TBA      ROAT R
                                                           MTWRF 1230PM-0400PM      MC OFF-C                   10166    JRN 400.302    IND ST-JOURNALISM           P 2            TBA   TBA     -TBA      AR TBA      ROAT R
                                                                                                               10167    JRN 400.303    IND ST-JOURNALISM           P 3            TBA   TBA     -TBA      AR TBA      ROAT R
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 05/22/06 – 05/31/06                                                                 THE   FOLLOWING COURSE RUNS FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 –           07/14/06)
10318 EDUC351.301     MUSIC & MOVEMENT-YOUNG CHLD      / 3 MTWRF 0800AM-1100AM      ED 3111      BOYD S        10164    JRN 384.NO1    FEATURE WRITING            $ / 3                 WEB               AR TBA      ROAT R
                                                           MTWRF 1130AM-0300PM      ED 3111


                                         Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                         See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                           2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                            14
                   First Summer Session                                                                                                                              continued
                                                                                                      May 9 - June 9
                                                                (Note: course sections beginning with .6 meet longer than the above dates)

10266
               PUBLIC RELATIONS
         PRL 261.301          INTRO PUBLIC RELATIONS             3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2004     WANDEL T
                                                                                                                                        COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH
                                                                                                                                        PROFESSIONS – HP 2068; 812/464-1708
               RADIO AND TELEVISION
10280    RTV 150.301    PRACTICUM-BROADCASTING      P            1   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
10282    RTV 350.301    RADIO-TV WORKSHOP           P            1   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY
                                                                                                                            THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
10283    RTV 350.302    RADIO-TV WORKSHOP           P            2   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         10369    DMS 312.NO1    INTRO DMS PRINC &PROCEDURES$ / 3 MTW   1000AM-1050AM       HP   2117    FAIRCHILD C
10284    RTV 350.303    RADIO-TV WORKSHOP           P            3   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         10370    DMS 312.601    INTRO DMS PRINC &PROCEDURES / 3 MTW    1000AM-1050AM       HP   2117    FAIRCHILD C
10287    RTV 400.301    IND ST-RADIO-TV             P            1   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         10372    DMS 313.NO1    SONOGRAPHIC SECTNL ANATOMY $ / 2 MTW   0900AM-0950AM       HP   2117    PHILLIPS K
10288    RTV 400.302    IND ST-RADIO-TV             P            2   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         10371    DMS 313.601    SONOGRAPHIC SECTNL ANATOMY   / 2 MTW   0900AM-0950AM       HP   2117    PHILLIPS K
10289    RTV 400.303    IND ST-RADIO-TV             P            3   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         10373    DMS 315.NO1    ABDOMINAL PROCEDURES       $ / 3 MTW   1100AM-1150AM       HP   2117    FAIRCHILD C
10290    RTV 498.301    INTERN-RADIO-TV             P            3   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
10349    RTV 499.301    ST:TV COMMERCIALS                        3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   0104   BLACK D         10374    DMS 315.601    ABDOMINAL PROCEDURES         / 3 MTW   1100AM-1150AM       HP   2117    FAIRCHILD C
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSE RUNS FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06           –   07/14/06)                                           10375    DMS 316.NO1    SONOGRAPHIC LAB PRAC I     $ / 3 MTW   0100PM-0250PM       HP   2116    FAIRCHILD/WILSO

10348    RTV 256.NO1    BROADCAST JOURNALISM       $ /           3         WEB               AR TBA      MORRIS J        10376    DMS 316.601    SONOGRAPHIC LAB PRAC I     $ / 3 MTW   0100PM-0250PM       HP   2116    FAIRCHILD/WILSO
                                                                                                                         10378    DMS 347.NO1    ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE $ / 4       WEB                 AR   TBA     FAIRCHILD    C
                                                                                                                         10377    DMS 347.601    ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE   / 4 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     FAIRCHILD    C
ECONOMICS                                                                                                                10379    DMS 351.NO1    CLINICAL PRACTICE III-GEN $ / 5        WEB                 AR   TBA     FAIRCHILD    C
10044    ECON208.301 C2 MICROECONOMICS                           3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   OC   2008   CORDO P         10380    DMS 351.601    CLINICAL PRACTICE III-GEN $ / 5 TBA    TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     FAIRCHILD    C
10045    ECON241.301 C5 GLOBAL ECON ISSUES                       3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   OC   2008   CORDO P
10046    ECON265.301    ELEM STATISTICS                          3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   2008   SCHIBIK T
10047    ECON361.301    MONEY & BANKING                          3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   OC   2033   SCHIBIK T       DIAGNOSTIC VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                                            THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
                                                                                                                         10381    DVT 398.NO1    INTR SONOGRPHC VASCULAR LAB$ / 2 R     0800AM-0200PM       HP 2116      WILSON A
ENGLISH                                                                                                                  10382    DVT 398.601    INTR SONOGRPHC VASCULAR LAB / 2 R      0800AM-0200PM       HP 2116      WILSON A
10103    ENG   101.301   A1   RHET&COMP I:CRIT THINK             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   1002   BELLEAU L          THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
10339    ENG   101.302   A1   RHET&COMP I:CRIT THINK             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   2001   HART B          10383    DVT 402.NO1    VASCULAR ANAT, PHYS & PATHO$ / 3 R     0200PM-0500PM       HP 2117      WILSON A
10104    ENG   105.301   B2   INTRO TO LITERATURE                3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2001   HART B
                                                                                                                         10384    DVT 402.601    VASCULAR ANAT, PHYS & PATHO$ / 3 R     0200PM-0500PM       HP 2117      WILSON A
10105    ENG   201.301   A1   RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT         $    3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   1002   NICHOLAS L
10341    ENG   201.302   A1   RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT         $    3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   2001   KEARNS M
10342    ENG   449.301        MAJOR AUTHOR:DICKINSON             3   MTWRF   0400PM-0550PM   LA   2001   KEARNS M        GERONTOLOGY
                                                                                                                         10122    GERO315.NC1    GERONTOLOGY:HLTH CARE       $    3 T       0500PM-0840PM   HP 1041      SPARKS M
                                                                                                                         10123    GERO315.NO1    GERONTOLOGY:HLTH CARE       $    3 TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR TBA       SPARKS M
HISTORY
10125    HIST101.301 C1 U.S. TO 1865                             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   1016   MARTIN B
10324    HIST102.301 C1 U.S. SINCE 1865                          3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   1016   STAFF           HEALTH PROFESSIONS
10325    HIST303.301    THE AMER REV,1740-1787                   3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   1003   RODGERS T       10131    HP   115.NO1   MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY         $    2         WEB             AR   TBA     STAFF
10130    HIST490.301    INTERN/SPEC ST-HISTORY               P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF           10138    HP   402.NC1   HLTH CARE RSRCH& STATS      $    3   W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1041    STAFF
                                                                                                                         10139    HP   402.NO1   HLTH CARE RSRCH& STATS      $    3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   STAFF
HUMANITIES                                                                                                               10148    HP   480.301   INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P   1   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     VALADARES    K
10157    HUM   211.NV1   C4   WEST   TRAD:HUM   I           $P   3       VIDEOTAPE/WEB       AR   TBA    VONFUHRMANN E
                                                                                                                         10149    HP   480.302   INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P   2   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     VALADARES    K
10158    HUM   211.301   C4   WEST   TRAD:HUM   I                3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       LA   2024   VONFUHRMANN E   10150    HP   480.303   INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P   3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     VALADARES    K
10159    HUM   212.301   C4   WEST   TRAD:HUM   II               3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA   2022   HOCHWENDER K    10154    HP   490.301   SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P   1   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     VALADARES    K
10160    HUM   241.301   C4   WEST   TRAD:LIT   I                3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       LA   2022   WASSERMAN E     10155    HP   490.302   SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P   2   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     VALADARES    K
                                                                                                                         10156    HP   490.303   SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P   3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     VALADARES    K

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES                                                                                                       THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10343    INST499.301          INTERNATIONAL FIELD EXP        P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      AAKHUS P        10133    HP 211.NO1     HEALTH CARE SYSTEM         $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM       HP   1006    BUTTERFIELD R
                                                                                                                         10134    HP 335.NC1     MECHAN-PATHOPHYSIOLOGY     $ / 3 M     0500PM-0840PM       HP   1006    GOODWIN C
LIBERAL ARTS                                                                                                             10135    HP 335.NO1     MECHAN-PATHOPHYSIOLOGY     $ / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   OFF-C   GOODWIN C
10344    LIBA497.301 D        CAPSTONE:PRSPCTVS ON HUMOR         3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1018     PALLADINO J     10137    HP 365.NC1     ALC&DRUG ABUSE:HEALTH      $ / 3 M     0500PM-0840PM       HP   1008    BROOKS M
10173    LIBA497.302 D        CAPSTONE:CATHEDRALS            P   3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 1001     JEFFERS R       10140    HP 407.NO1     HLTH PROMO& WELLNESS PRACT $P/ 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     EHLMAN M
                                                                   TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR OFF-C                    10141    HP 421.NC1     FINANCIAL MNGT IN HLTHCARE $ / 3 R     0500PM-0840PM       HP   1006    BUTTERFIELD R
                                                                                                                         10142    HP 421.NO1     FINANCIAL MNGT IN HLTHCARE $ / 3       WEB                 AR   OFF-C   BUTTERFIELD R
                                                                                                                         10143    HP 435.NC1 C5 EASTRN MED & ALT/COMP HLTH $ / 3 T      0500PM-0840PM       HP   1006    WEHMER M
MUSIC                                                                                                                    10144    HP 435.NO1 C5 EASTRN MED & ALT/COMP HLTH $ / 3 TBA    TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     WEHMER M
10322    MUS 251.301          MUSIC/MOVEMENT IN ELEM SCHL        3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       ED 1126     GREER J

                                                                                                                         NURSING
PHILOSOPHY                                                                                                                  THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET   FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10262    PHIL201.301 B1 INTRO TO ETHICS                          3 MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM       LA 1004     DREBUSHENKO D
                                                                                                                         10202    NURS470.601    SPECIAL   TOPICS NURSING      P/ 1 TBA   TBA    -TBA       AR TBA       WHITE A
10263    PHIL201.302 B1 INTRO TO ETHICS                          3 MTWR 0600PM-0820PM        LA 1016     DREBUSHENKO D
                                                                                                                         10203    NURS470.602    SPECIAL   TOPICS NURSING      P/ 2 TBA   TBA    -TBA       AR TBA       WHITE A
                                                                                                                         10204    NURS470.603    SPECIAL   TOPICS NURSING      P/ 3 TBA   TBA    -TBA       AR TBA       WHITE A
POLITICAL SCIENCE
10415    POLS102.301 C2 INTR AMERICAN POLIT                      3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1004     RICHARDSON R
10416    POLS203.301    INTRO TO POLICY PROCESS-U.S.             3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 2001     RICHARDSON R
                                                                                                                         NUTRITION
                                                                                                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
                                                                                                                         10217 NUTR376.NC1 B3 PRINCPL/APP IN NUTRITION    $ / 3 T     0500PM-0840PM         HP 1008      MCCULLOUGH J
PSYCHOLOGY                                                                                                               10218 NUTR376.NO1 B3 PRINCPL/APP IN NUTRITION    $ / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA            AR TBA       MCCULLOUGH J
10326    PSY 201.301 C2 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY                      3   MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM     LA 1004     HALL S
10268    PSY 312.301    SENSATION & PERCEPTION                   3   MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM     LA 1015     CARTER K
10269    PSY 400.301    ST-PRSP/HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS              3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA 1015     CARTER K
                                                                                                                         OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
                                                                                                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES RUN FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06           –   07/14/06)
10267    PSY 201.NO1 C2 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY         $ /          3         WEB               AR TBA      PALLADINO J     10226 OT 497.NO1      PROF FIELDWORK A           $ / 4       WEB                   AR TBA       KILBANE J
10328    PSY 201.NO2 C2 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY         $ /          3         WEB               AR TBA      PALLADINO J     10227 OT 498.NO1      PROF FIELDWORK B           $ / 4       WEB                   AR TBA       KILBANE J


SOCIOLOGY                                                                                                                OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT
10407    SOC   121.301 C2 PRINCIPLES SOCIOLOGY                   3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   2032   GABENNESCH H    10243    OTA 362.301    OCCUP THERAPY ASST ISSUES       3 TWR  0900AM-1200PM       HP 2111      FRENCH K
10291    SOC   121.302 C2 PRINCIPLES SOCIOLOGY                   3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2032   ZEHR S          10244    OTA 372.301    MNGT FOR OCCUP THERAPY ASST     3 TWR  0100PM-0400PM       HP 2111      FRENCH K
10408    SOC   391.301    INTRO TO SOC RESEARCH                  3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   1010   PRIEST R           THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
10350    SOC   431.301    GENDER AND SOCIETY                     3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   1017   WILLIAMS S      10237    OTA 350.601    INDEPENDENT STUDY            P/ 1 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     AHMAD S
10351    SOC   431.302    GENDER AND SOCIETY                     3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   2032   WILLIAMS S      10238    OTA 350.602    INDEPENDENT STUDY            P/ 2 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     AHMAD S
                                                                                                                         10239    OTA 350.603    INDEPENDENT STUDY            P/ 3 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     AHMAD S
                                                                                                                         10240    OTA 350.604    INDEPENDENT STUDY            P/ 4 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     AHMAD S
THEATRE ARTS                                                                                                             10241    OTA 350.605    INDEPENDENT STUDY            P/ 5 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     AHMAD S
10313    THTR400.301          IND ST-THEATRE ARTS            P   1 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      WASSERMAN E     10242    OTA 350.606    INDEPENDENT STUDY            P/ 6 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     AHMAD S
10314    THTR400.302          IND ST-THEATRE ARTS            P   2 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      JENSEN M        10245    OTA 397.601    TECHNICAL FIELDWORK A       $ / 3 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     FRENCH K
10315    THTR400.303          IND ST-THEATRE ARTS            P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      HUBBELL D       10246    OTA 398.601    TECHNICAL FIELDWORK B         / 3 TBA  TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     FRENCH K
                                                     Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                                     See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                   2006 summer Schedule                                                                                                                                                            15
                 First Summer Session                                                                                                                       continued
                                                                                                 May 9 - June 9
                                                        (Note: course sections beginning with .6 meet longer than the above dates)
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY                                                                                             10187
                                                                                                                  10189
                                                                                                                           MATH230.601 A2 CALCULUS I
                                                                                                                           MATH330.601    CALCULUS II
                                                                                                                                                                      / 4 MTRF
                                                                                                                                                                      / 4 MTRF
                                                                                                                                                                                    1030AM-0100PM
                                                                                                                                                                                    1100AM-0130PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                     SC 3221
                                                                                                                                                                                                     SC 3220
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  GENTLE A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HEO S
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10362    RADT213.601    RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE        / 3 MT    0700AM-0950AM          HP 2008      REED M
                                                                                                                     THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR EIGHT WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/30/06)
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
                                                                                                                  10355    MATH106.601    INTRO MATH CONCEPTS TEACHRS / 3 MTR    0330PM-0530PM       SC 3203      MOHR D
10365    RADT198.601    CLINICAL APPLICAT-RADIOLOGY$ / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA             AR   OFF-C   MCBRIDE J
                                                                                                                  10182    MATH111.602 A2 COLL ALGEBRA/TI83            / 4 MTR   0500PM-0730PM       ED 2116      STAFF
10363    RADT216.601    RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES I    / 3 MT    1000AM-1250PM          HP   2008    MCBRIDE J
                                                                                                                  10188    MATH230.602 A2 CALCULUS I                   / 4 MTR   0600PM-0830PM       SC 3220      MOHR D
10364    RADT216.602    RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES I    / 3 MT    1000AM-1250PM          HP   2009    TITZER J
10273    RADT285.601    CLINICAL III               $ / 4 TBA   TBA   -TBA             AR   OFF-C   MCBRIDE J
                                                                                                                     THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS 05/30/06 – 07/14/06
10412    RADT414.NO1    CLINICAL VII-CT/MRI        $ / 3       WEB                    AR   TBA     MCBRIDE J
                                                                                                                  10191 MATH392.601     TEACHING ELEM SCH MATH        / 3 MTWR      0100PM-0245PM    SC 3203      WELLS J
10413    RADT416.NO1    CLINICAL VIII-CT/MRI       $ / 3       WEB                    AR   TBA     MCBRIDE J
10385    RADT480.NO1    SPC TOPICS RAD/IMAGING SCI $ / 1       WEB                    AR   TBA     REED M
10386    RADT480.NO2    SPC TOPICS RAD/IMAGING SCI $ / 2       WEB                    AR   TBA     REED M         TECHNOLOGY
10387    RADT480.NO3    SPC TOPICS RAD/IMAGING SCI $ / 3       WEB                    AR   TBA     REED M            THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
10279    RADT486.NO1    CLINICAL IX-CT/MRI         $ / 3       WEB                    AR   TBA     MCBRIDE J      10403 TECH439.601     SPECIAL PROBLEMS            P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA            AR TBA       STAFF



                POTT COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND                                                                               UNIVERSITY DIVISION – ED 1142; 812/465-1606
              ENGINEERING – SC 2206; 812/464-1701                                                                              ACADEMIC SKILLS – ED 1111; 812/464-1743
BIOLOGY
10018    BIOL105.301 C3 BIOL HUMAN CONCERN          $     3 TR        0900AM-1150AM   ED   2113    KALVELAGE B    GENERAL STUDIES
                                                            MWF       0800AM-0950AM   SC   1221
10019    BIOL105.302 C3 BIOL HUMAN CONCERN          $     3 TR        0900AM-1150AM   ED   2113    KALVELAGE B      CREDIT HOURS FOR GENS 094, 095, 096, 097, 098 AND 099 DO NOT COUNT TOWARD GRADUATION.
                                                            MWF       1000AM-1150AM   SC   1221
                                                                                                                    BEGINNING WITH FALL 1998, THEIR CREDIT HOURS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE EARNED HOURS TOTAL.
10021    BIOL121.301 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS I           $     3 TR        0900AM-1150AM   SC   2242    PUCKETT P
                                                                                                                    THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
                                                            MWF       0900AM-1050AM   SC   1204
                                                                                                                  10119 GENS094.601     ESL INTENSIVE COURSE         / 1 MTWRF 0900AM-0350PM FA 137     STAFF
10022    BIOL121.302 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS I           $     3 TR        0900AM-1150AM   SC   2242    PUCKETT P
                                                                                                                                                                         MTWRF 0900AM-0350PM FA 135
                                                            MWF       1100AM-1250PM   SC   1204
                                                                                                                                                                         MTWRF 0900AM-0350PM OC 2020
10338    BIOL122.301 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS II          $     3 MTWR      0900AM-1150AM   SC   1207    SUMMERS B
10025    BIOL151.301 C3 BOTANY                      $     3 MTWRF     0900AM-1020AM   HP   1041    HARDCASTLE E
                                                            MTWRF     1030AM-1150AM   SC   1238
10028    BIOL490.301    UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING        P   1 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     STAFF                                   USI DISTANCE EDUCATION
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)                                                    THE   FOLLOWING COURSES RUN FOR THE REGULAR TERM (05/09/06 – 06/09/06)
10024 BIOL141.601 C3 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY       $ / 4 MWF   0900AM-1050AM            ED 2103      STAFF          10122    GERO315.NC1    GERONTOLOGY:HLTH CARE      $   3 T     0500PM-0840PM       HP   1041    SPARKS M
                                                       TR    0900AM-1150AM            SC 1249                     10123    GERO315.NO1    GERONTOLOGY:HLTH CARE      $   3 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     SPARKS M
                                                                                                                  10131    HP 115.NO1     MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY        $   2       WEB                 AR   TBA     STAFF
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN HARLAXTON, ENGLAND                                                     10138    HP 402.NC1     HLTH CARE RSRCH& STATS     $   3 W     0500PM-0840PM       HP   1041    STAFF
   (05/09/06 – 06/09/06). CONTACT THE BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT FOR DETAILS.                                             10139    HP 402.NO1     HLTH CARE RSRCH& STATS     $   3 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   OFF-C   STAFF
10337 BIOL122.F01 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS II          $P 3 TBA    TBA  -TBA                AR OFF-C     SEGEBARTH M    10157    HUM 211.NV1 C4 WEST TRAD:HUM I            $P 3        VIDEOTAPE/WEB       AR   TBA     VONFUHRMANN E
                                                                                                                  10255    PED 286.NO1    SAFETY EDUCATION           $   2       WEB                 AR   TBA     BENNETT S
CHEMISTRY
10030    CHEM103.301 C3 MOLECULES, MATTER AND ME     3 MTWRF 0900AM-1120AM            SC   2243    GLUECKERT S       THE FOLLOWING COURSE RUNS FOR EIGHT WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/30/06)
10031    CHEM107.301 C3 ELEMENTS IN EVERYDAY CHEM   $4 MTWRF 0900AM-1120AM            SC   2243    GLUECKERT S    10016 ASBE581.NO1     IN-SCHOOL LAB PRGM-VOC EDUC$ / 3       WEB                   AR TBA       VALENTINE G
                                                       MTWR 1200PM-0150PM             SC   2203
10411 CHEM321.301     QUANT ANALYSIS I           $   3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM            SC   2235    KRAHLING M        THE   FOLLOWING COURSES RUN FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06   –   07/14/06)
                                                       MTR   1000AM-1250PM            SC   2236                   10381    DVT 398.NO1    INTR SONOGRPHC VASCULAR LAB$ /   2   R     0800AM-0200PM   HP   2116    WILSON A
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR SEVEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/23/06)                                               10069    EDUC468.NO1    ADVNCD INSTRUCT TECHNLGY   $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     REASONS S
10358 CHEM353.601     ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I        $ / 4 MWF   0900AM-1120AM            ED 2108      BLUNT S        10088    EDUC568.NO1    ADVNCD INSTRUCT TECHNLGY   $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     REASONS S
                                                       TR    0900AM-1220PM            SC 3229                     10095    EDUC631.NO1    ANALYSIS OF INSTRUCTION    $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     SLAVKIN M
                                                                                                                  10098    EDUC690.NO1    ST:ADMIN POLICIES&PROCEDURE$ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     ALVAREZ M
                                                                                                                  10133    HP 211.NO1     HEALTH CARE SYSTEM         $ /   3   W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1006    BUTTERFIELD R
ENGINEERING                                                                                                       10134    HP 335.NC1     MECHAN-PATHOPHYSIOLOGY     $ /   3   M     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1006    GOODWIN C
10113    ENGR355.301    STRENGTH OF MATERIALS        4 MTR   0500PM-0950PM            TC 119       COOK L         10135    HP 335.NO1     MECHAN-PATHOPHYSIOLOGY     $ /   3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   GOODWIN C
                                                       MTR   0500PM-0950PM            TC 118                      10137    HP 365.NC1     ALC&DRUG ABUSE:HEALTH      $ /   3   M     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1008    BROOKS M
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)                                                 10140    HP 407.NO1     HLTH PROMO& WELLNESS PRACT $P/   3         WEB             AR   TBA     EHLMAN M
10107 ENGR107.601     INTRO TO DESIGN I            / 2 MTR   0600PM-0850PM            TC   220     ELLERT D       10141    HP 421.NC1     FINANCIAL MNGT IN HLTHCARE $ /   3   R     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1006    BUTTERFIELD R
10108 ENGR241.601     DIGITAL LOGIC              $ / 3 MW    1200PM-0250PM            TC   121     KUBAN P        10142    HP 421.NO1     FINANCIAL MNGT IN HLTHCARE $ /   3         WEB             AR   OFF-C   BUTTERFIELD R
10109 ENGR255.601     ELECTRIC CIRCUITS            / 4 MTR   0600PM-0850PM            TC   116     SCHULTZ D      10143    HP 435.NC1 C5 EASTRN MED & ALT/COMP HLTH $ /    3   T     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1006    WEHMER M
10391 ENGR347.601     MICROCOMPUTER ENGINEERING    / 3 TR    1200PM-0250PM            TC   121     KUBAN P        10144    HP 435.NO1 C5 EASTRN MED & ALT/COMP HLTH $ /    3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     WEHMER M
                                                                                                                  10164    JRN 384.NO1    FEATURE WRITING            $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     ROAT R
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)                                             10192    MHA 625.NC1    MKTG & COMP STRAT-HLTH CARE$P/   3   S     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0070    BARTON G
10111 ENGR299.601     CO-OP EXPERIENCE            P/ 1 TBA   TBA   -TBA               AR TBA       SPROULS E      10193    MHA 626.NC1    LEGAL& ETHICAL ISS-HLTH CAR$P/   3   F     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0064    STAFF
10114 ENGR390.601     SPECIAL DESIGN PROJECTS     P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA               AR TBA       SPROULS E      10194    MHA 635.NC1    SEM IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATIO$P/   3   S     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0064    VALADARES K
                                                                                                                  10195    MHA 636.NC1    ADMIN EFFECTIVENSS-HLTH CAR$P/   3   F     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0070    BARRICK I
GEOLOGY                                                                                                           10361
                                                                                                                  10206
                                                                                                                           NURS613.NO1
                                                                                                                           NURS616.NO1
                                                                                                                                          THEOR BASIS-ADV PRACTICE
                                                                                                                                          MNGT OF CLIENT-HLTH SYS
                                                                                                                                                                     $ /
                                                                                                                                                                     $ /
                                                                                                                                                                           3
                                                                                                                                                                           3
                                                                                                                                                                               R
                                                                                                                                                                               W
                                                                                                                                                                                     0500PM-0840PM
                                                                                                                                                                                     0500PM-0840PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                     HP
                                                                                                                                                                                                     HP
                                                                                                                                                                                                          0064
                                                                                                                                                                                                          0064
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ROWSER M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  GISH L
10359    GEOL115.301 C3 LANDSCAPES & GEOL OF N. AME       3 TWR       0930AM-1220PM   SC 2230      DIPIETRO J
                                                                                                                  10207    NURS616.NO2    MNGT OF CLIENT-HLTH SYS    $ /   3   W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    GISH L
10360    GEOL115.302 C3 LANDSCAPES & GEOL OF N. AME       3 TWR       0600PM-0850PM   SC 2230      DIPIETRO J
                                                                                                                  10208    NURS617.NO1    ADV CONCPTS-PATHOPHYSLGY   $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     WALSH C
                                                                                                                  10209    NURS618.NO1    ADV HEALTH ASSESSMNT       $ /   3   T     0900AM-0400PM   HP   2025    HIAM J
MATHEMATICS                                                                                                       10210    NURS618.NO2    ADV HEALTH ASSESSMNT       $ /   3   T     0900AM-0400PM   HP   2025    HALL M
10352    MATH100.301    INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA              3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   SC   2237    LEIGH C        10211    NURS625.NO1    MKTG & COMP STRAT-NURS & HL$ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     BARTON G
10353    MATH100.302    INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA              3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   SC   2237    LEIGH C        10212    NURS627.NO1    NURSING INFORMATICS        $ /   3   W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0070    PALLADINO M
10179    MATH108.301 A2 SURVEY OF MATHEMATICS             4   MTWRF   1000AM-1215PM   ED   2116    HEIDRICH A     10214    NURS656.NO1    FAMILY NURSE PRACT PRACTICU$ /   6   T     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    HOEBEKE R
10183    MATH112.301    TRIGONOMETRY/TI83                 2   MTRF    1100AM-1230PM   SC   3203    BLEICHROTH B   10215    NURS673.NO1    EVALUATION STRAT FOR NUR ED$ /   5   M     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    HOOD A
                                                                                                                  10216    NURS676.NO1    ACUTE CARE NURS PRACT III $ /    6   T     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0077    WALSH C
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR SIX WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/16/06)                                                 10217    NUTR376.NC1 B3 PRINCPL/APP IN NUTRITION   $ /   3   T     0500PM-0840PM   HP   1008    MCCULLOUGH J
   NOTE: MATH 100.601 MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH MATH101.601                                                 10218    NUTR376.NO1 B3 PRINCPL/APP IN NUTRITION   $ /   3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     MCCULLOUGH J
10175 MATH100.601     INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA         / 3 MTF   0800AM-1030AM            SC   3224    BLEICHROTH B   10231    OT 690.NO1     SPECIALIZED TOPICS         $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     HOBBS R
10354 MATH101.601     INTER ALGEBRA SUPPLEMENT     / 1 R     0800AM-1030AM            SC   3224    BLEICHROTH B   10232    OT 691.NO1     SPEC CLINICAL REASONING STR$ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     WILLIAMS B
10181 MATH111.601 A2 COLL ALGEBRA/TI83             / 4 MTRF 0800AM-1030AM             ED   2115    HEO S          10267    PSY 201.NO1 C2 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY        $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     PALLADINO J
10356 MATH204.601 A2 BASIC ELEM MATH II            / 3 MTWR 0330PM-0530PM             SC   2237    SCHWIEGER R    10328    PSY 201.NO2 C2 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY        $ /   3         WEB             AR   TBA     PALLADINO J


                                            Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                            See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                   2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                        16
                 First Summer Session                                                                                                                         continued
                                                                                            May 9 - June 9
                                                       (Note: course sections beginning with .6 meet longer than the above dates)
10348
10329
         RTV 256.NO1
         SOCW610.NC1
                        BROADCAST JOURNALISM
                        HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW
                                                   $
                                                   $
                                                       /
                                                       /
                                                           3
                                                           3 S
                                                                   WEB
                                                                   1230PM-0430PM
                                                                                   AR
                                                                                   IS
                                                                                        TBA
                                                                                        OFF-C
                                                                                                MORRIS J
                                                                                                BORDELON T
                                                                                                                  HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
                                                                                                                     THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10306    SOCW642.NO1    FOUND-SCHOOL SOC WRK       $   /   3       WEB             AR   TBA     ALVAREZ M
                                                                                                                  10192    MHA 625.NC1    MKTG & COMP STRAT-HLTH CARE$P/ 3 S     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0070    BARTON G
10340    SOCW660.NC1    ADVNCD GRP THRPY-SOCW      $   /   3 S     0800AM-1200PM   IS   OFF-C   BORDELON T
                                                                                                                  10193    MHA 626.NC1    LEGAL& ETHICAL ISS-HLTH CAR$P/ 3 F     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0064    STAFF
                                                                                                                  10194    MHA 635.NC1    SEM IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATIO$P/ 3 S     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0064    VALADARES K
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES RUN FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
                                                                                                                  10195    MHA 636.NC1    ADMIN EFFECTIVENSS-HLTH CAR$P/ 3 F     0830AM-0400PM   HP   0070    BARRICK I
10369    DMS 312.NO1    INTRO DMS PRINC &PROCEDURES$ / 3 MTW   1000AM-1050AM       HP   2117    FAIRCHILD C
10372    DMS 313.NO1    SONOGRAPHIC SECTNL ANATOMY $ / 2 MTW   0900AM-0950AM       HP   2117    PHILLIPS K
10373    DMS 315.NO1    ABDOMINAL PROCEDURES       $ / 3 MTW   1100AM-1150AM       HP   2117    FAIRCHILD C       INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT
10375    DMS 316.NO1    SONOGRAPHIC LAB PRAC I     $ / 3 MTW   0100PM-0250PM       HP   2116    FAIRCHILD/WILSO      THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10378    DMS 347.NO1    ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE $ / 4       WEB                 AR   TBA     FAIRCHILD C       10161    IM 601.601     SPECIAL STUDIES-IM          P/ 3 TBA   TBA    -TBA     AR TBA       SCHULTZ D
10379    DMS 351.NO1    CLINICAL PRACTICE III-GEN $ / 5        WEB                 AR   TBA     FAIRCHILD C       10162    IM 671.601     GRADUATE PROJECT            P/ 3 TBA   TBA    -TBA     AR TBA       SCHULTZ D
10383    DVT 402.NO1    VASCULAR ANAT, PHYS & PATHO$ / 3 R     0200PM-0500PM       HP   2117    WILSON A          10163    IM 698.601     INDIVIDUAL STUDY            P/ 3 TBA   TBA    -TBA     AR TBA       SCHULTZ D
10226    OT 497.NO1     PROF FIELDWORK A           $ / 4       WEB                 AR   TBA     KILBANE J
10227    OT 498.NO1     PROF FIELDWORK B           $ / 4       WEB                 AR   TBA     KILBANE J            THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TWELVE WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/28/06)
10228    OT 621.NO1     OCCUP THERPY ED STRATEGIES $ / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     LUEBBEN A         10392 IM 604.601      MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ANALY P/ 3 F     0430PM-0830PM     TC 120       SCHULTZ D
10412    RADT414.NO1    CLINICAL VII-CT/MRI        $ / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     MCBRIDE J
10413    RADT416.NO1    CLINICAL VIII-CT/MRI       $ / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     MCBRIDE J
10385    RADT480.NO1    SPC TOPICS RAD/IMAGING SCI $ / 1       WEB                 AR   TBA     REED M
                                                                                                                  LIBERAL STUDIES
                                                                                                                  10169    LBST690.301    INDEPENDENT WORK-LBST       P   3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR TBA       RIVERS T
10386    RADT480.NO2    SPC TOPICS RAD/IMAGING SCI $ / 2       WEB                 AR   TBA     REED M
                                                                                                                  10170    LBST697.301    CAPSTONE PROJ LBST I            3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR TBA       RIVERS T
10387    RADT480.NO3    SPC TOPICS RAD/IMAGING SCI $ / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     REED M
                                                                                                                  10171    LBST698.301    CAPSTNE PROJ LBST II            3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR TBA       RIVERS T
10279    RADT486.NO1    CLINICAL IX-CT/MRI         $ / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     MCBRIDE J

                                                                                                                  MARKETING
                               GRADUATE STUDIES                                                                      THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/30/06
                                                                                                                  10401 MKTG601.601     MARKETING STRATEGIES         / 3 MW    0600PM-0905PM OC 2025          SAXBY C

ACCOUNTING                                                                                                        MATHEMATICS
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS BEGINNING 05/22/06 – 07/14/06
                                                                                                                     THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR SIX WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/16/06)
10402 ACCT605.601     SEMINAR IN AUDITING          / 3 MW    0600PM-0905PM OC 3052              EHLEN C
                                                                                                                  10357 MATH602.601     CONC IN GENERAL MATH         / 3 MTR   0600PM-0845PM     SC 3224      SCHWIEGER R

ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS/BUSINESS EDUCATION                                                                         NURSING
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE RUNS FOR EIGHT WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/30/06)
                                                                                                                     THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10016 ASBE581.NO1     IN-SCHOOL LAB PRGM-VOC EDUC$ / 3       WEB                   AR TBA       VALENTINE G
                                                                                                                  10361    NURS613.NO1    THEOR BASIS-ADV PRACTICE   $ / 3 R     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    ROWSER M
                                                                                                                  10206    NURS616.NO1    MNGT OF CLIENT-HLTH SYS    $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    GISH L
BUSINESS LAW                                                                                                      10207    NURS616.NO2    MNGT OF CLIENT-HLTH SYS    $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    GISH L
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TEN WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 07/14/06                                 10208    NURS617.NO1    ADV CONCPTS-PATHOPHYSLGY   $ / 3       WEB             AR   TBA     WALSH C
10029 BLAW618.601     LEGAL & SOCIAL ENVRMNT-BUS   / 3 M     0600PM-1015PM OC 2017              NUNN L            10209    NURS618.NO1    ADV HEALTH ASSESSMNT       $ / 3 T     0900AM-0400PM   HP   2025    HIAM J
                                                                                                                  10210    NURS618.NO2    ADV HEALTH ASSESSMNT       $ / 3 T     0900AM-0400PM   HP   2025    HALL M
                                                                                                                  10211    NURS625.NO1    MKTG & COMP STRAT-NURS & HL$ / 3       WEB             AR   TBA     BARTON G
DECISION SCIENCES                                                                                                 10212    NURS627.NO1    NURSING INFORMATICS        $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0070    PALLADINO M
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/30/06                               10214    NURS656.NO1    FAMILY NURSE PRACT PRACTICU$ / 6 T     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    HOEBEKE R
10397 DSCI601.601     QUANT METHODS-BUSINESS DEC   / 3 MW    0600PM-0905PM OC 2036              BLACK G           10215    NURS673.NO1    EVALUATION STRAT FOR NUR ED$ / 5 M     0500PM-0840PM   HP   0064    HOOD A
                                                                                                                  10216    NURS676.NO1    ACUTE CARE NURS PRACT III $ / 6 T      0500PM-0840PM   HP   0077    WALSH C
EDUCATION
10089    EDUC590.301    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT     1     TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M         OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
10090    EDUC590.302    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT     2     TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M            THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10091    EDUC590.303    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT     3     TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M         10231    OT 690.NO1     SPECIALIZED TOPICS         $ / 3       WEB             AR TBA       HOBBS R
10320    EDUC590.304    ST-MENTORING                   2     TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M         10232    OT 691.NO1     SPEC CLINICAL REASONING STR$ / 3       WEB             AR TBA       WILLIAMS B
10414    EDUC642.301    INTERDISC PROC-MATH&SCI        3     TR    0500PM-0800PM   ED   3113    THOMAS J             THE   FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
             BEGINNING 5/29, COURSE MEETING SWITCHES TO:     TWR   0900AM-0130PM   ED   3145                      10228    OT 621.NO1     OCCUP THERPY ED STRATEGIES $ / 3       WEB             AR TBA       LUEBBEN A

   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10076 EDUC511.601     FOUND & LEGAL-EXCEPTNL NEED /=3 W      0500PM-0915PM         ED 3113      BROWNING L        PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                      (EDUC411.601)                                                                                  THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIVE WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/09/06
10077 EDUC512.601     EVAL & EXCPTNLTY-ASSESSMNT   /=3 T     0430PM-0815PM         ED   3147    CHASE M           10261 PED 592.301     CONTEMP ISSUES-SPORT & EXER / 3 MW     0530PM-0930PM PA 211           LEUNG R
                      (EDUC412.601)                    F     0900AM-0950AM         AR   OFF-C                                           (PED 492.301)
10078 EDUC513.601     LEARNG STRAT-STUDNTS W/EXCP /=3 R      0430PM-0815PM         ED   3147    CHASE M

10079 EDUC515.601
                      (EDUC413.601)
                      MNGT & EXPTNLTY:ENV,SOC,BEH /=3 T
                                                       F     1000AM-1115AM
                                                             0500PM-0915PM
                                                                                   AR
                                                                                   ED
                                                                                        OFF-C
                                                                                        3111    HELFRICH M
                                                                                                                  SOCIAL WORK
                                                                                                                  10311    SOCW699.301    INDEPENDENT STUDY           P   3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR TBA       RASKE M
                      (EDUC415.601)
10080 EDUC521.601     EXCEPTNL NEEDS: PRACTICUM I /=3 TBA    TBA   -TBA            AR TBA       MAYS R
                                                                                                                     THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
                      (EDUC421.601)
                                                                                                                  10329    SOCW610.NC1    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW   $ / 3 S     1230PM-0430PM   IS   OFF-C   BORDELON T
10081 EDUC522.601     EXCEPTNL NEEDS:PRACTICUM II /=3 TBA    TBA   -TBA            AR TBA       MAYS R
                                                                                                                  10303    SOCW610.601    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 M     0800AM-1200PM   HP   1083    BORDELON T
                      (EDUC422.601)
                                                                                                                  10304    SOCW610.602    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 T     0800AM-1200PM   HP   1083    FRAZER P
10085 EDUC541.601     YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE       /=3 M     0500PM-0950PM         ED 3145      HAMON J
                                                                                                                  10305    SOCW610.603    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 R     0530PM-0930PM   HP   1083    BORDELON T
                      (EDUC441.601)
                                                                                                                  10306    SOCW642.NO1    FOUND-SCHOOL SOC WRK       $ / 3       WEB             AR   TBA     ALVAREZ M
10086 EDUC565.601     COMPUTER IN CURRICULUM     $ /=3 M     0500PM-0950PM         ED 2117      PRICE C
                                                                                                                  10307    SOCW652.601    FAMILY&MARITAL THRPY         / 3 T     0100PM-0500PM   HP   1084    BAKER C
                      (EDUC465.601)
                                                                                                                  10340    SOCW660.NC1    ADVNCD GRP THRPY-SOCW      $ / 3 S     0800AM-1200PM   IS   OFF-C   BORDELON T
10088 EDUC568.NO1     ADVNCD INSTRUCT TECHNLGY   $ /=3       WEB                   AR TBA       REASONS S
                                                                                                                  10345    SOCW671.601    SOCIAL WORK MNGT I           / 3 M     0800AM-1200PM   HP   1084    ELPERS K
                      (EDUC468.NO1)
                                                                                                                  10310    SOCW671.602    SOCIAL WORK MNGT I           / 3 M     0530PM-0930PM   HP   1084    PHILLIPS I
10095 EDUC631.NO1     ANALYSIS OF INSTRUCTION    $ / 3       WEB                   AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M
                                                                                                                  10346    SOCW671.603    SOCIAL WORK MNGT I           / 3 T     0530PM-0930PM   HP   1084    PHILLIPS I
10097 EDUC689.601     ST:LEADERSHIP/SEC SCHOOLS    / 3 R     0500PM-0915PM         ED   2117    STAFF
10098 EDUC690.NO1     ST:ADMIN POLICIES&PROCEDURE$ / 3       WEB                   AR   TBA     ALVAREZ   M
                                                                                                                     THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR THIRTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/04/06)
10100 EDUC699.601     SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P/ 1 TBA   TBA   -TBA            AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M
                                                                                                                  10298 SOCW511.601     GRAD FLD PLACEMNT I          / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR TBA       LOEHR P
10101 EDUC699.602     SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P/ 2 TBA   TBA   -TBA            AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M
                                                                                                                  10301 SOCW512.601     INTEGR FLD PLACEMT SEM       / 1 M     0100PM-0500PM     HP 1084      LOEHR P
10102 EDUC699.603     SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA            AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M




                                         Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                         See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                    2006 summer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                17
                                Second Summer Session
                                                                                            June 13 - July 14
                                                        (Note: course sections beginning with .7 meet longer than the above dates)
   COLLEGE OF BUSINESS – OC 3057; 812/464-1718                                                                    COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS – LA 3001; 812/464-1855
ACCOUNTING                                                                                                        ART
10001   ACCT201.401     ACCOUNTING PRINC I                3   TWR     0600PM-0845PM   OC   2008    MCGUIRE B      10264    ART   201.401 B2 INTRO TO VISUAL ARTS               3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   0101   STAFF
10002   ACCT202.401     ACCOUNTING PRINC II               3   TWR     0200PM-0445PM   OC   2008    MCGUIRE B      10012    ART   273.401    INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY          $    3   MTWRF   0800AM-1150AM   TC   242    BRAYSMITH E
10003   ACCT303.401     INTERMED ACCOUNTING I             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   OC   2036    WADE D         10014    ART   395.401    INTRO TO ART EDUCATION             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   TC   229    UDUEHI J
10266   ACCT311.401     INTR TO FED INCOME TAXATION       3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   2036    WADE D         10288    ART   315.401    JEWELRY I                     $    3   MTWRF   0800AM-1145AM   TC   113    BURNETT E
                                                                                                                  10289    ART   316.401    JEWELRY II                    $    3   MTWRF   0800AM-1145AM   TC   113    BURNETT E
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                                                      10290
                                                                                                                  10291
                                                                                                                           ART
                                                                                                                           ART
                                                                                                                                 415.401
                                                                                                                                 416.401
                                                                                                                                            JEWELRY III
                                                                                                                                            JEWELRY IV
                                                                                                                                                                          $
                                                                                                                                                                          $
                                                                                                                                                                               3
                                                                                                                                                                               3
                                                                                                                                                                                   MTWRF
                                                                                                                                                                                   MTWRF
                                                                                                                                                                                           0800AM-1145AM
                                                                                                                                                                                           0800AM-1145AM
                                                                                                                                                                                                           TC
                                                                                                                                                                                                           TC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                113
                                                                                                                                                                                                                113
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       BURNETT E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       BURNETT E
10035   CIS   151.NM1   COMPUTER APPL. IN BUS.      $     3           WEB/CD-ROM      AR   TBA     FOROUGHI A
10036   CIS   151.401   COMPUTER APPL. IN BUS.      $     3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   3073    FOROUGHI A     10015    ART   489.401    SP-PHOTOGRAPHY                 P   3   MTWRF   0800AM-1150AM   TC   242    BRAYSMITH E
10037   CIS   151.402   COMPUTER APPL. IN BUS.      $     3   TWR     0600PM-0845PM   OC   3073    FOROUGHI A     10292    ART   489.402    SP-JEWELRY                    $P   3   MTWRF   0800AM-1145AM   TC   113    BURNETT E
10267   CIS   261.401   ADV MICRO APPLICAT          $     3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   OC   2005    NOLAN E
10039   CIS   476.401   INTRO-PRGM 4TH GEN LANG     $     3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   OC   2005    NOLAN E        COMMUNICATION STUDIES
                                                                                                                  10280    CMST101.401 A1 INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2028   KIESEL S
ECONOMICS                                                                                                         10236    CMST107.401 A1 INTRO INTERPERSONAL COMM             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2005   ELLENSTEIN L
10044   ECON209.401 C2 MACROECONOMICS                     3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2025      LAI C          10281    CMST308.401    PUB SPKING DIVERSE SOCIETY           3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   LA   2028   KIESEL S
10045   ECON343.401    INTERNATIONAL FINANCE              3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2025      LAI C          10238    CMST498.401    INTERN-COMMUNICATION STUDIE P        3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    HERRING D


FINANCE                                                                                                           COMMUNICATIONS
10268   FIN 305.401     BUSINESS FINANCE                  3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2008      RHIM J         10040    COMM192.NM1          INTRO MASS COMMUNICATNS   $    3           WEB/CD-ROM      AR TBA      ROAT R
10091   FIN 343.401     INTERNATIONAL FINANCE             3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2025      LAI C          10041    COMM494.NO1          MASS COMMUNICATN LAW      $    3           WEB             AR TBA      RINKS J
10092   FIN 461.401     FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT              3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2039      RHIM J
                                                                                                                                 ADVERTISING
MANAGEMENT                                                                                                        10006    ADV   342.401        ADVERTISING DESIGN        $    3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   1009   WEST JR.   R
10275   MNGT201.401     SURVEY OF MANAGEMENT              3 TWR       1200PM-0245PM   OC 2017      PELUCHETTE J   10007    ADV   343.401        MEDIA PLANNING                 3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2030   WEST JR.   R
                                                                                                                  10008    ADV   400.401        IND ST-ADVERTISING         P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    WEST JR.   R
                                                                                                                  10009    ADV   400.402        IND ST-ADVERTISING         P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    WEST JR.   R
MARKETING                                                                                                         10010    ADV   400.403        IND ST-ADVERTISING         P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    WEST JR.   R
10270   MKTG305.401     PRINCIPLES MARKETING              3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2017      CHOE S         10011    ADV   498.401        INTERN-ADVERTISING         P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    WANDEL T
10279   MKTG332.401     CONSUMER BEHAVIOR                 3 MTWR 0200PM-0420PM        OC 2027      SAXBY C

                                                                                                                                 JOURNALISM
                                                                                                                  10128    JRN   281.401        BASIC REPORTING           $    3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   0118   ROAT   R
 BOWER-SUHRHEINRICH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION                                                                          10129    JRN   400.401        IND ST-JOURNALISM          P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    ROAT   R

  AND HUMAN SERVICES – ED 3114; 812/465-7024                                                                      10130
                                                                                                                  10131
                                                                                                                           JRN
                                                                                                                           JRN
                                                                                                                                 400.402
                                                                                                                                 400.403
                                                                                                                                                IND ST-JOURNALISM
                                                                                                                                                IND ST-JOURNALISM
                                                                                                                                                                           P
                                                                                                                                                                           P
                                                                                                                                                                               2
                                                                                                                                                                               3
                                                                                                                                                                                   TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                   TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                           TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                           TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                 -TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                 -TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                           AR
                                                                                                                                                                                                           AR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ROAT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ROAT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              R
                                                                                                                  10132    JRN   498.401        INTERN-JOURNALISM          P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    ROAT   R
EDUCATION
10046   EDUC214.401     INSTR TECH IN EDUCATION     $     3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   ED   2117    ALLEN S                       PUBLIC RELATIONS
10051   EDUC306.401     INTRO TO EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS        3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   ED   2117    OTTO B
                                                                                                                  10170    PRL 261.NO1    INTRO PUBLIC RELATIONS     $         3         WEB               AR   TBA    COOPER G
10052   EDUC343.401     CHILDREN’S LITERATURE             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   ED   1126    WOLLIN K
                                                                                                                  10171    PRL 400.401    IND ST-PUBLIC RELATIONS      P       1   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
10220   EDUC355.401     PRACTICUM-EARLY CHILD EDUC P      3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     BOYD S
                                                                                                                  10172    PRL 400.402    IND ST-PUBLIC RELATIONS      P       2   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
10053   EDUC388.401     TEACH SOC STUDIES-ELEM        P   3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   ED   3113    HAMON J
                                                                                                                  10173    PRL 400.403    IND ST-PUBLIC RELATIONS      P       3   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
10054   EDUC398.401     BALANCED READ STRAT & PRACT P     3   MTWRF   1200PM-0300PM   ED   2117    WOLLIN K
                                                                                                                  10284    PRL 463.401    PUBLIC RELATN ADMINISTRN             3   MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM     LA   2005   COOPER G
10058   EDUC490.401     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT P      1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   RINGLABEN R
                                                                                                                  10175    PRL 498.401    INTERN-PUBLIC RELATIONS      P       3   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    WANDEL T
10059   EDUC490.402     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT P      2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   RINGLABEN R
                                                                                                                     THE   FOLLOWING COURSE RUNS FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06       –   08/18/06)
10060   EDUC490.403     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT P      3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   RINGLABEN R
                                                                                                                  10249    PRL 362.NO1    WRITING-PUBLIC RELATNS     $ /       3         WEB               AR TBA      WANDEL T
10277   EDUC490.404     ST-MULTICLT:CH/YNG ADLT LIT       3   TWR     0800AM-1050AM   ED   3111    GOODEN S
10229   EDUC490.405     ST-MULTISENSORY LANGUAGE      P   3   TR      0800AM-1200PM   AR   OFF-C   CHASE M
                                                                                                                                 RADIO AND TELEVISION
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)                                                 10188    RTV   150.401        PRACTICUM-BROADCASTING     P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10056 EDUC411.NC1     LEGAL& CONTEMP ISS-EXC NEED$P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA               AR TBA       CHASE M        10190    RTV   350.401        RADIO-TV WORKSHOP          P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10057 EDUC423.701     COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS   / 3 R     0500PM-0915PM            ED 3147      MCKINNEY N     10191    RTV   350.402        RADIO-TV WORKSHOP          P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                  10192    RTV   350.403        RADIO-TV WORKSHOP          P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEETS 06/19/06 – 06/30/06                                                                10250    RTV   351.401        RADIO/TV PERFORMANCE           3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   0103   MORRIS J
10219 EDUC344.401     FAMILY,SCHOOL& COMM PARTNER / 3 MTWRF 1200PM-0450PM             ED 3111      MEYER J        10193    RTV   353.401        TECH-VIDEO FIELD PROD          3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   LA   0103   BLACK D
                                                                                                                  10194    RTV   400.401        IND ST-RADIO-TV            P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                                                10195    RTV   400.402        IND ST-RADIO-TV            P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                  10196    RTV   400.403        IND ST-RADIO-TV            P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
  NOTE: PED 114 (GOLF) REQUIRES APPROX. 15-20 MINUTES TRAVEL          TIME TO/FROM OFF-CAMPUS LOCATION            10197    RTV   498.401        INTERN-RADIO-TV            P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10163 PED 114.401 B3 GOLF                        $   1 R              0530PM-0800PM PA 200     PORTER K
                                                       R              0530PM-0800PM PA 208
                                                       R              0530PM-0800PM HG OFF-C                      ECONOMICS
10258 PED 118.401 B3 TABLE TENNIS                $   1 MTWR           1000AM-1120AM PA 200     STAFF              10044    ECON209.401 C2 MACROECONOMICS                       3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2025     LAI C
10259 PED 162.401 B3 HIKING&OUTDOOR EDUC             1 MTWR           0800AM-0920AM PA 208     STAFF              10045    ECON343.401    INTERNATIONAL FINANCE                3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2025     LAI C
10165 PED 186.401 B3 WELL/FIT APPRAISAL              1 MTWR           1200PM-0120PM PA 211     STAFF
10167 PED 286.NO1     SAFETY EDUCATION           $   2                WEB            AR TBA    BENNETT S          ENGLISH
10261 PED 295.401 B3 PHYS ED FOR CLSSRM TEACH        3 MTWRF          0800AM-0950AM PA 200     KAMLA J            10079    ENG   100.401      INTRO-RHET &COMP                 3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   1002   WOODEN S
                                                       MTWRF          0800AM-0950AM PA 209                        10080    ENG   101.401   A1 RHET&COMP I:CRIT THINK           3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   2029   DINKINS S
                                                                                                                  10241    ENG   101.402   A1 RHET&COMP I:CRIT THINK           3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   2031   REID N
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIVE WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY,
                                                                                                                  10081    ENG   105.NO1   B2 INTRO TO LITERATURE         $    3         WEB               AR   TBA    RIVERS T
   06/12/06 – 07/14/06 AND REQUIRES A VALID INDIANA FISHING LICENSE
                                                                                                                  10082    ENG   201.401   A1 RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT       $    3   MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM     LA   1002   MICER D
10260 PED 161.401 B3 FISHING                       / 1 MW    0600PM-0720PM            PA 208       KAMLA J
                                                                                                                  10083    ENG   201.402   A1 RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT       $    3   MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM     LA   1002   MICER D
                                                                                                                  10242    ENG   201.403   A1 RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT       $    3   MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM     LA   2001   GILLAM K
SOCIAL WORK                                                                                                       10245    ENG   255.401   B2 INTRO TO BRIT LIT HISTORY        3   MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM     LA   2001   WILHELMUS T
10201   SOCW239.401     HUM BEHAV SOC ENVIRON             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   HP   1082    STAFF          10084    ENG   301.401      ADVANCED COMPOSITION             3   MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM     LA   2023   REID N
10202   SOCW390.401     INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW            1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     STAFF          10086    ENG   386.401   C5 WORLD MYTHOLOGY                  3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   2024   VONFUHRMANN E
10203   SOCW390.402     INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW            2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     STAFF          10243    ENG   415.401      HISTORY OF RHETORIC              3   MTW   0430PM-0730PM     LA   1002   RIVERS T
10204   SOCW390.403     INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW            3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     STAFF
10205   SOCW400.401     ST-CRISES INTERVENTION            3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   HP   1082    STAFF




                                          Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                          See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                            2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                18
          Second Summer Session                                                                                                                                                  continued
                                                                                                   June 13 - July 14
                                                               (Note: course sections beginning with .7 meet longer than the above dates)
FOREIGN LANGUAGES                                                                                                           THE
                                                                                                                         10151
                                                                                                                                  FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
                                                                                                                                  NURS351.NO1    TRANSITION PRO NURSING     $ / 3 T     0500PM-0840PM             HP   0070   WHITE A
                FRENCH                                                                                                   10152    NURS353.H01    NURSING RESEARCH            P/ 3 R     0500PM-0840PM             HP   0070   KOOB P
10093     FREN101.401          ELEMENTARY FRENCH I               3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2002     STAFF           10153    NURS353.NO1    NURSING RESEARCH           $ / 3 R     0500PM-0840PM             HP   0070   KOOB P
                                                                                                                         10154    NURS451.NO1    TRANSITIONS TO ADV NURSING $ / 3 T     0500PM-0840PM             HP   0070   WHITE A
                SPANISH                                                                                                  10158    NURS467.NO1 D NURS&HEALTH CARE ISSUES     $ / 3 T     0500PM-0840PM             HP   1079   STAFF
10213     SPAN101.401    ELEMENTARY SPANISH I                    3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       LA 2001     STAFF
10215     SPAN203.401 C4 SPANISH REVIEW                          3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2028     STAFF              THE FOLLOWING COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (06/17/06 – 07/02/06).
                                                                                                                            CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS FOR DETAILS.
                                                                                                                         10157 NURS467.F01 D NURS&HEALTH CARE ISSUES       P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C                 DUGGER B
HISTORY
10100     HIST101.401 C1 U.S. TO 1865                            3   MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM     LA   1016   MARTIN B
10101     HIST102.401 C1 U.S. SINCE 1865                         3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   1016   UEBELHOR T      OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT
10103     HIST112.NO1 C1 WORLD CIV II                      $     3         WEB               AR   TBA    HARISON J       10160    OTA 297.401        PRACTICUM SEMINAR A              2 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      FRENCH K
10233     HIST343.401    THE ROMAN REPUBLIC                      3   MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM     LA   1003   DIXON M         10161    OTA 298.401        PRACTICUM SEMINAR B              2 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      FRENCH K
10232     HIST372.401    THE SOVIET UNION                        3   MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM     LA   1003   HARISON J       10162    OTA 344.401        OCCUP PERFORMNCE AREAS II        4 TWR       0900AM-0100PM   HP 2111     AHMAD S
10106     HIST490.401    INTERN/SPEC ST-HISTORY              P   1   TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                         RESPIRATORY THERAPY
HUMANITIES                                                                                                                  THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
10124     HUM   211.401   C4   WEST   TRAD:HUM   I               3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   LA   2024   VONFUHRMANN E   10184    REST205.701    RESP THER PROCEDURES V       / 1 MTWRF 0100PM-0250PM             HP   2109   HOOPER R
10125     HUM   212.401   C4   WEST   TRAD:HUM   II              3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2023   WILHELMUS T     10185    REST206.701    RESP THER PROCEDUR VI        / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA                AR   TBA    HOOPER R
10126     HUM   222.401   C4   WEST   TRAD:ART   HIST II         3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2022   SKOGLUND M      10186    REST293.701    CLINIC PRACTICE V& VI        / 1 TBA   TBA   -TBA                AR   TBA    SCHMITT A
10127     HUM   242.401   C4   WEST   TRAD:LIT   II              3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   2001   HOENESS-        10187    REST391.701    CLINICAL PRACTICE III        / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA                AR   TBA    SCHMITT A
KRUPSAW


INTERNATIONAL STUDIES                                                                                                                    POTT COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND
10246     INST499.401          INTERNATIONAL FIELD EXP       P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      AAKHUS P
                                                                                                                                       ENGINEERING – SC 2206; 812/464-1701
LIBERAL ARTS
10136     LIBA497.401 D        CAPSTONE:UTOPIA                   3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1017     PITZER D        BIOLOGY
10282     LIBA497.402 D        CAPSTONE:MASS MEDIA& SOCIET       3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 2002     RINKS J         10018    BIOL105.401 C3 BIOL HUMAN CONCERN              $    3 MTWR      0800AM-1050AM   SC   1221   STAFF
                                                                                                                         10019    BIOL121.401 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS I               $    3 MTWR      0900AM-1150AM   SC   1204   PUCKETT P
                                                                                                                         10020    BIOL122.401 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS II              $    3 TR        0800AM-1050AM   ED   2108   STAFF
PHILOSOPHY                                                                                                                                                                              MWF       0800AM-0950AM   SC   1207
10168     PHIL200.401 B1 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                     3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2032     MUSSARD R       10022    BIOL152.401 C3 ZOOLOGY                         $    3 MTWRF     0900AM-1150AM   SC   1247   STAFF
                                                                                                                         10240    BIOL251.401 ** ENVIRONMNTL CONSERV                  3 MTWRF     1000AM-1150AM   FA   3      STAFF
                                                                                                                         10024    BIOL490.401    UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING           P   1 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
POLITICAL SCIENCE
10283     POLS101.401 C2 INTRO POLITICAL SCI                     3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2008     RAYMOND P
                                                                                                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEETS FOR SIX WEEKS (06/13/06 – 07/21/06)
10247     POLS102.NV1 C2 INTR AMERICAN POLIT               $     3       VIDEOTAPE/WEB       AR TBA      RAYMOND P
                                                                                                                         10239 BIOL436.701     MOLEC BIOL TECHNIQUE       $ / 4 MTWRF 0900AM-0100PM               SC 1250     SHAW M
10248     POLS498.401    RESEARCH POLITCL SCI                P   3 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR TBA      RAYMOND P


PSYCHOLOGY                                                                                                               CHEMISTRY
                                                                                                                         10030    CHEM261.401 C3 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I          4 MTWRF 0900AM-1050AM
                                                                                                                                                                                 $                                SC 2243     STAFF
10177     PSY 261.401          LIFESPAN DEVELOP PSY              3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1004     FELTON M
                                                                                                                                                                                MTWR 1100AM-0150PM                SC 2249
10234     PSY 322.401          ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY               3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2003     GERE A
                                                                                                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
10235     PSY 425.NO1          COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY        $     3       WEB                 AR TBA      EVEY J
                                                                                                                         10031 CHEM318.NC1 D JUNIOR CHEM SEMINAR I        $ /.5 TBA   TBA   -TBA                  AR TBA      STAFF
                                                                                                                         10032 CHEM319.NC1 D JUNIOR CHEM SEMINAR II       $ /.5 TBA   TBA   -TBA                  AR TBA      STAFF
SOCIOLOGY
10199     SOC 121.401 C2 PRINCIPLES SOCIOLOGY                    3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 2032     SCHROER T          THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR SEVEN WEEKS (07/03/06 – 08/18/06)
10200     SOC 225.401 C2 CRIMINOLOGY                             3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2004     SCHROER T       10255 CHEM354.701     ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II       $ / 4 MWF   0900AM-1120AM               ED 2108     STAFF
                                                                                                                                                                                TR    0900AM-1220PM               SC 3229

THEATRE ARTS
10251     THTR101.401 B2 INTRO TO THEATRE                        3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   1015   HUBBELL D       ENGINEERING
10216     THTR400.401    IND ST-THEATRE ARTS                 P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF              THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
10217     THTR400.402    IND ST-THEATRE ARTS                 P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF           10262 ENGR275.701     DYNAMICS                     / 3 MW    0630PM-0835PM               TC 115A     NAGHDI F
10218     THTR400.403    IND ST-THEATRE ARTS                 P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF           10263 ENGR325.701     STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS          / 4 MTR   0900AM-1150AM               TC 115A     NAGHDI F


                                                                                                                         GEOLOGY
                 COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH                                                                           10285
                                                                                                                         10286
                                                                                                                                  GEOL115.401 C3 LANDSCAPES & GEOL OF N. AME
                                                                                                                                  GEOL115.402 C3 LANDSCAPES & GEOL OF N. AME
                                                                                                                                                                                      3 TWR
                                                                                                                                                                                      3 TWR
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0930AM-1220PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                  0600PM-0850PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SC 2230
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SC 2230
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              DIPIETRO J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              DIPIETRO J
                 PROFESSIONS – HP 2068; 812/464-1708                                                                     10256    GEOL390.401    GEOLOGICAL FIELD EXCURSION P         2 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      DOSS P


HEALTH PROFESSIONS                                                                                                       MATHEMATICS
10257     HP    115.NO1    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY        $          2           WEB             AR   TBA    STAFF           10138    MATH100.401        INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   SC   2237   WELLS J
10107     HP    435.NO1 C5 EASTRN MED & ALT/COMP HLTH $          3   M       0100PM-0350PM   HP   1006   GOODWIN C       10139    MATH100.402        INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA             3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   SC   2237   WELLS J
10111     HP    480.401    INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P        1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10140    MATH108.401   A2   SURVEY OF MATHEMATICS            4   MTWRF   1000AM-1215PM   ED   2116   RITTERSKAMP D
10112     HP    480.402    INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P        2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10141    MATH111.401   A2   COLL ALGEBRA/TI83                4   MTWRF   1000AM-1215PM   ED   2101   STAFF
10113     HP    480.403    INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P        3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10253    MATH115.401   A2   PRE-CALCULUS MATH                3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   SC   3203   FREUDENBURG G
10117     HP    490.401    SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P        1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10254    MATH205.401        COMPUTER SCI-TEACHERS            2   MTWR    0800AM-0930AM   SC   3225   RITTERSKAMP D
10118     HP    490.402    SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P        2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10143    MATH215.401   A2   SURVEY OF CALCULUS               3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   ED   2116   FREUDENBURG G
10119     HP    490.403    SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P        3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K
10287     HP    496.NC1    MARKETING IN HLTHCARE ORGS $          3   T       0500PM-0840PM   HP   1041   BUTTERFIELD R      THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR SIX WEEKS (06/13/06 – 07/21/06)
                                                                                                                            NOTE: MATH 100.701 MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH MATH101.701
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (06/17/06 – 07/02/06).                                     10137 MATH100.701     INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA         / 3 MTF   1045AM-0115PM               SC 3224     KNUST M
   CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS FOR DETAILS.                                                     10252 MATH101.701     INTER ALGEBRA SUPPLEMENT     / 1 R     1045AM-0115PM               SC 3224     KNUST M
10120 HP 498.F01 D CURR CNCPTS-HLTH PROF          P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C                     DUGGER B
                                                                                                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/04/06)
                                                                                                                         10142 MATH111.701 A2 COLL ALGEBRA/TI83             / 4 MTR   0500PM-0730PM               ED 2115     JOLLY A
NURSING
10155     NURS465.NO1          CHRONIC ILL CHLD&ADLTS      $P    5           WEB             AR TBA      STAFF
10156     NURS466.NO1          NURSING MANAGEMENT          $P    5           WEB             AR TBA      STAFF



                                                    Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                                    See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                         2006 summer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                                 19
         Second Summer Session                                                                                                                                                       continued
                                                                                                  June 13 - July 14
                                                               (Note: course sections beginning with .7 meet longer than the above dates)
        UNIVERSITY DIVISION – ED 1142; 812/465-1606                                                                                                         GRADUATE STUDIES
              ACADEMIC SKILLS – ED 1111; 812/464-1743
                                                                                                                            ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS/BUSINESS EDUCATION
                                                                                                                               THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS BEGINNING MONDAY, 06/12/06 – 06/16/06
                                                                                                                            10274 ASBE690.401     SPECIAL TOPICS              P/ 3 MTWRF 0800AM-0500PM                        OC 3052       VALENTINE G
GENERAL STUDIES
  CREDIT HOURS FOR GENS 094, 095, 096, 097, 098 AND 099 DO NOT COUNT TOWARD GRADUATION.                                     EDUCATION
                                                                                                                            10221    EDUC588.401   JRHI/MID SC CURRICULUM                     3   TWR    1200PM-0250PM        ED   3145     PARKISON P
  BEGINNING WITH FALL 1998, THEIR CREDIT HOURS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE EARNED HOURS TOTAL.
                                                                                                                            10064    EDUC590.401   ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT                 1   TBA    TBA   -TBA           AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN M
10094 GENS097.401     ALGEBRA REVIEW                 3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM ED 2110    STAFF
                                                                                                                            10065    EDUC590.402   ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT                 2   TBA    TBA   -TBA           AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN M
                                                                                                                            10066    EDUC590.403   ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT                 3   TBA    TBA   -TBA           AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN M
                                                                                                                            10226    EDUC590.404   ST-MULTICLT:CH/YNG ADLT LIT                3   TWR    0800AM-1050AM        ED   3111     GOODEN S
                          EXTENDED SERVICES/ROTC                                                                            10230
                                                                                                                            10227
                                                                                                                                     EDUC590.405
                                                                                                                                     EDUC590.406
                                                                                                                                                   ST-MULTISENSORY LANGUAGE
                                                                                                                                                   ST-COMPUTERS
                                                                                                                                                                               P              3
                                                                                                                                                                                              3
                                                                                                                                                                                                  TR
                                                                                                                                                                                                  TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                         0800AM-1200PM
                                                                                                                                                                                                         TBA   -TBA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              AR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              AR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OFF-C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OFF-C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            CHASE M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SLAVKIN M
                         ROTC BUILDING; 812/461-5301                                                                        10068    EDUC601.401   RESEARCH IN EDUCATION                      3   TWR    0800AM-1050AM        ED   3147     DIVINE J
                                                                                                                            10069    EDUC603.401   HIST/PHIL INFL IN EDUC                     3   TWR    1200PM-0250PM        ED   3147     AKINTUNDE O
                                                                                                                            10074    EDUC685.401   CURR &LEARNING-EDUC LEADERS                3   TWR    0300PM-0550PM        ED   3148     STAFF
                                                                                                                            10076    EDUC686.401   MNGT OF HUMAN RES-PRINCPLSH                3   TWR    1200PM-0250PM        ED   3148     HUFF S
MILITARY SCIENCE                                                                                                            10078    EDUC699.401   SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P              3   TBA    TBA   -TBA           AR   TBA      SLAVKIN M
10150    MS   204.401        LEADER’S TRAINING(BSIC CAMP P        4 TBA    TBA   -TBA       AR OFF-C    STAFF
                                                                                                                               THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
                                                                                                                            10062 EDUC511.NC1     FOUND & LEGAL-EXCEPTNL NEED$P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA                           AR TBA        CHASE M
                              USI DISTANCE EDUCATION                                                                        10063 EDUC523.701     COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS   / 3 R     0500PM-0915PM                        ED 3147       MCKINNEY N


10035    CIS 151.NM1         COMPUTER APPL. IN BUS.          $    3        WEB/CD-ROM       AR   TBA    FOROUGHI A          ENGLISH
10040    COMM192.NM1         INTRO MASS COMMUNICATNS         $    3        WEB/CD-ROM       AR   TBA    ROAT R              10244    ENG 515.401   HISTORY OF RHETORIC                        3 MTW      0430PM-0730PM        LA 1002       RIVERS T
10041    COMM494.NO1         MASS COMMUNICATN LAW            $    3        WEB              AR   TBA    RINKS J
10081    ENG 105.NO1    B2   INTRO TO LITERATURE             $    3        WEB              AR   TBA    RIVERS T
10103    HIST112.NO1    C1   WORLD CIV II                    $    3        WEB              AR   TBA    HARISON J           HEALTH PROFESSIONS
10257    HP 115.NO1          MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY             $    2        WEB              AR   TBA    STAFF                  THE FOLLOWING COURSES WILL BE OFFERED IN       HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (06/17/06 – 07/02/06).
10107    HP 435.NO1     C5   EASTRN MED & ALT/COMP HLTH      $    3 M      0100PM-0350PM    HP   1006   GOODWIN C              CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH       PROFESSIONS FOR DETAILS.
10287    HP 496.NC1          MARKETING IN HLTHCARE ORGS      $    3 T      0500PM-0840PM    HP   1041   BUTTERFIELD R       10121 HP 690.F01      SPCL TOPICS IN HEALTH       PROF P/ 1 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C DUGGER B
10155    NURS465.NO1         CHRONIC ILL CHLD&ADLTS          $P   5        WEB              AR   TBA    STAFF               10122 HP 690.F02      SPCL TOPICS IN HEALTH       PROF P/ 2 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C DUGGER B
10156    NURS466.NO1         NURSING MANAGEMENT              $P   5        WEB              AR   TBA    STAFF               10123 HP 690.F03      SPCL TOPICS IN HEALTH       PROF P/ 3 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C DUGGER B
10167    PED 286.NO1         SAFETY EDUCATION                $    2        WEB              AR   TBA    BENNETT S
10247
10170
         POLS102.NV1
         PRL 261.NO1
                        C2   INTR AMERICAN POLIT
                             INTRO PUBLIC RELATIONS
                                                             $
                                                             $
                                                                  3
                                                                  3
                                                                           VIDEOTAPE/WEB
                                                                           WEB
                                                                                            AR
                                                                                            AR
                                                                                                 TBA
                                                                                                 TBA
                                                                                                        RAYMOND P
                                                                                                        COOPER G
                                                                                                                            LIBERAL STUDIES
                                                                                                                            10133    LBST590.401   INTRDSC TPC-HIST OF RHETORI                3 MTW      0430PM-0730PM        LA 1002       RIVERS T
10235    PSY 425.NO1         COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY            $    3        WEB              AR   TBA    EVEY J
                                                                                                                            10134    LBST690.401   INDEPENDENT WORK-LBST       P              3 TBA      TBA   -TBA           AR TBA        RIVERS T

   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES RUN FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 –            08/18/06)
10031    CHEM318.NC1 D JUNIOR CHEM SEMINAR I       $ /.5            TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF               NURSING
10032    CHEM319.NC1 D JUNIOR CHEM SEMINAR II      $ /.5            TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    STAFF                  THE FOLLOWING COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (06/17/06 – 07/02/06).
10056    EDUC411.NC1    LEGAL& CONTEMP ISS-EXC NEED$P/ 3            TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    CHASE M                CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS FOR DETAILS.
10062    EDUC511.NC1    FOUND & LEGAL-EXCEPTNL NEED$P/ 3            TBA   TBA   -TBA        AR   TBA    CHASE M             10159 NURS614.F01     ADV PRACT NURS& HLTH ISS    P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C                            DUGGER B
10151    NURS351.NO1    TRANSITION PRO NURSING     $ / 3            T     0500PM-0840PM     HP   0070   WHITE A
10153    NURS353.NO1    NURSING RESEARCH           $ / 3            R     0500PM-0840PM     HP   0070   KOOB P
10154    NURS451.NO1    TRANSITIONS TO ADV NURSING $ / 3            T     0500PM-0840PM     HP   0070   WHITE A
                                                                                                                            SOCIAL WORK
                                                                                                                            10210    SOCW699.401   INDEPENDENT STUDY                    P     1 TBA      TBA     -TBA         AR TBA        STAFF
10158    NURS467.NO1 D NURS&HEALTH CARE ISSUES     $ / 3            T     0500PM-0840PM     HP   1079   STAFF
                                                                                                                            10211    SOCW699.402   INDEPENDENT STUDY                    P     2 TBA      TBA     -TBA         AR TBA        STAFF
10249    PRL 362.NO1    WRITING-PUBLIC RELATNS     $ / 3                  WEB               AR   TBA    WANDEL T
                                                                                                                            10212    SOCW699.403   INDEPENDENT STUDY                    P     3 TBA      TBA     -TBA         AR TBA        STAFF

                                                                                                                               THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR   TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
                                                                                                                            10207    SOCW692.701    ADVNCD GRAD   SOCW PROJECT     / 3 TBA   TBA                 -TBA         AR TBA        COUSERT D
                                                                                                                            10208    SOCW692.702    ADVNCD GRAD   SOCW PROJECT     / 3 TBA   TBA                 -TBA         AR TBA        PHILLIPS I
                                                                                                                            10209    SOCW692.703    ADVNCD GRAD   SOCW PROJECT     / 3 TBA   TBA                 -TBA         AR TBA        COUSERT D




         University Core Curriculum                                        Footnotes                                                                 Section Number Codes
         Footnotes                                                                                                                                   .301 First summer only              .601 First summer cross-term course
                                                                           $     Laboratory/clinical/studio fee.                                     .401 Second summer only             .701 Second summer cross-term course
         A1    Composition/Speech                                          P     Enrollment by permission of instructor or dean only.                .501 Third summer only
         A2    Mathematics                                                                                                                           .H01 In-course honors
                                                                           &     Students taking this course must take all courses in block.
         B1    Ethics                                                                                                                                .NC1 Internet-based, some required classroom attendance
                                                                           /     Special length class                                                .NM1 Internet and other media such as CD-ROM
         B2    The Arts                                                    =     Courses cross listed between course levels                          .NO1 Internet only, no required classroom attendance
         B3    Health/Fitness                                                                                                                        .NR1 Internet and required videoconference attendance at remote locations
         C1    History                                                                                                                               .NV1 Internet and videotape/DVD rental
         C2    Individual Development/Social Behavior                                                                                                Shaded courses are off-campus courses
         C3    Science
         C4    Western Culture
                                                                                                                                                     Day Codes
                                                                                                                                                     M     Monday                 F         Friday
         C5    Global Communities                                                                                                                    T     Tuesday                S         Saturday
         D     Synthesis                                                                                                                             W     Wednesday              U         Sunday
         **    Meets more than one UCC requirement. See chart on page 8.                                                                             R     Thursday               TBA       To be arranged. See instructor or dean of course for details.
                                         2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                 20
                                             Third Summer Session
                                                                                           July 18 - August 18

   COLLEGE OF BUSINESS – OC 3057; 812/464-1718                                                                         COMMUNICATIONS
                                                                                                                                     ADVERTISING
                                                                                                                       10003   ADV   241.NO1        INTRO TO ADVERTISING        $    3           WEB             AR   TBA    JEFFERS R
ACCOUNTING                                                                                                             10004   ADV   400.501        IND ST-ADVERTISING           P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10001    ACCT202.501    ACCOUNTING PRINC II            3 TWR   0600PM-0845PM              OC 2025    JERMAKOWICZ E
                                                                                                                       10005   ADV   400.502        IND ST-ADVERTISING           P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10151    ACCT304.501    INTERMED ACCOUNTING II         3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM              OC 2025    HUNT A
                                                                                                                       10006   ADV   400.503        IND ST-ADVERTISING           P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10148    ACCT401.501    ADV ACCOUNTING I               3 TWR   0200PM-0445PM              OC 2025    JERMAKOWICZ E
                                                                                                                       10007   ADV   498.501        INTERN-ADVERTISING           P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    WANDEL T
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS BEGINNING MONDAY, 07/17/06 – 08/18/06
10002    ACCT203.501    FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING LAB     / 1 M     0600PM-0850PM              OC 2039    MAIER J
                                                                                                                                     JOURNALISM
                                                                                                                       10079   JRN   400.501        IND ST-JOURNALISM            P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    ROAT R
BUSINESS LAW                                                                                                           10080   JRN   400.502        IND ST-JOURNALISM            P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    ROAT R
10017    BLAW263.501          LEGAL ENV OF BUSINESS           3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2036    LONG B            10081   JRN   400.503        IND ST-JOURNALISM            P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    ROAT R
                                                                                                                       10082   JRN   498.501        INTERN-JOURNALISM            P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                                                           10153   JRN   499.NO1        ST-DIVERSITY & MASS MEDIA   $    3           WEB             AR   TBA    BONNELL K
10150    CIS 315.501          MNGT INFO SYSTEMS               3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2025    ALBIN M
                                                                                                                                     PUBLIC RELATIONS
DECISION SCIENCES                                                                                                      10102
                                                                                                                       10103
                                                                                                                               PRL
                                                                                                                               PRL
                                                                                                                                     400.501
                                                                                                                                     400.502
                                                                                                                                                    IND ST-PUBLIC
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10029    DSCI351.501          INTRO TO OPERATN RESRCH         3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2039    HEMAIDA R
                                                                                                                       10104   PRL   400.503        IND ST-PUBLIC   RELATIONS    P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                       10106   PRL   498.501        INTERN-PUBLIC   RELATIONS    P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
ECONOMICS
10030    ECON208.501 C2 MICROECONOMICS                        3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2008    MUJUMDAR S
10031    ECON241.501 C5 GLOBAL ECON ISSUES                    3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2008    MUJUMDAR S
                                                                                                                                     RADIO AND TELEVISION
                                                                                                                       10110   RTV   150.501        PRACTICUM-BROADCASTING       P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10032    ECON265.501    ELEM STATISTICS                       3 MWR   0600PM-0915PM       OC 2033    HENDERSON W
                                                                                                                       10111   RTV   350.501        RADIO-TV WORKSHOP            P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                       10112   RTV   350.502        RADIO-TV WORKSHOP            P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
FINANCE                                                                                                                10113   RTV   350.503        RADIO-TV WORKSHOP            P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10051    FIN 305.501          BUSINESS FINANCE                3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2036    STAFF             10114   RTV   400.501        IND ST-RADIO-TV              P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
10053    FIN 433.501          PRINCIPLES INVESTMENT           3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2005    JONES C           10115   RTV   400.502        IND ST-RADIO-TV              P   2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                       10116   RTV   400.503        IND ST-RADIO-TV              P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
                                                                                                                       10117   RTV   498.501        INTERN-RADIO-TV              P   3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
MANAGEMENT
10149    MNGT445.501          INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS          3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2017    CHOE S
                                                                                                                       ECONOMICS
                                                                                                                       10030   ECON208.501 C2 MICROECONOMICS                         3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       OC 2008     MUJUMDAR S
                                                                                                                       10031   ECON241.501 C5 GLOBAL ECON ISSUES                     3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       OC 2008     MUJUMDAR S
 BOWER-SUHRHEINRICH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION                                                                               10032   ECON265.501    ELEM STATISTICS                        3 MWR   0600PM-0915PM       OC 2033     HENDERSON W

  AND HUMAN SERVICES – ED 3114; 812/465-7024
                                                                                                                       ENGLISH
                                                                                                                       10045   ENG   101.501   A1   RHET&COMP I:CRIT THINK           3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   LA   1002   STAFF
EDUCATION                                                                                                              10046   ENG   105.501   B2   INTRO TO LITERATURE              3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   LA   2001   GRAHAM M
10034    EDUC366.501          EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT        3 MTWRF       0800AM-0950AM   ED 3148    SLAVKIN M         10047   ENG   201.501   A1   RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT       $    3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   1002   MITCHELL R
10035    EDUC440.NO1          CURRENT TRENDS IN READING $ = 3             WEB             AR TBA     PICKERING C       10048   ENG   201.502   A1   RHET&COMP II:ARGUMENT       $    3   MTWRF   0400PM-0550PM   LA   1002   MITCHELL R
                              (EDUC540.NO1)                                                                            10139   ENG   302.501   B2   CREATIVE WRITING                 3   MTWRF   0200PM-0350PM   LA   2001   GRAHAM M
10036    EDUC490.501          ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT    1 TBA         TBA   -TBA      AR OFF-C   RINGLABEN R
10037    EDUC490.502          ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT    2 TBA         TBA   -TBA      AR OFF-C   RINGLABEN R
10038    EDUC490.503          ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT    3 TBA         TBA   -TBA      AR OFF-C   RINGLABEN R       FOREIGN LANGUAGES
                                                                                                                                     FRENCH
PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                                                     10054   FREN102.501 C5 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II                   3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2002     STAFF
10144    PED   143.501   B3   AQUATIC EXERCISE                1   MTWR    0800AM-0920AM   PA   121   STAFF
10095    PED   182.501   B3   WEIGHT TRAINING                 1   MTWR    1000AM-1120AM   PA   109   STAFF                           GERMAN
10096    PED   186.501   B3   WELL/FIT APPRAISAL              1   MTWR    1200PM-0120PM   PA   211   HUANG G           10060   GERM470.501          ST-STUDY ABROAD              P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      STAFF
10098    PED   281.501   B3   PERSONAL HEALTH SCI             3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   PA   211   HUANG G

                                                                                                                                     SPANISH
SOCIAL WORK                                                                                                            10124   SPAN102.501 C5 ELEMENTARY SPAN II                     3 MTWRF 0800AM-0950AM       LA 2002     STAFF
10122    SOCW390.501          INDEPENDENT STUDY SOCW      P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA     COUSERT D

                                                                                                                       HISTORY
                                                                                                                       10133   HIST101.501 C1 U.S. TO 1865                           3   MTWRF   1200PM-0150PM   LA   1016   RODGERS T
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS – LA 3001; 812/464-1855                                                                        10061   HIST102.501 C1 U.S. SINCE 1865                        3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   1016   PITZER D
                                                                                                                       10062   HIST112.501 C1 WORLD CIV II                           3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   LA   1003   CROSS W
                                                                                                                       10063   HIST490.501    INTERN/SPEC ST-HISTORY             P   1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF
ART
10008    ART   311.501        PAINTING I                      3   MTWRF   0100PM-0450PM   AS   108   STAFF
10009    ART   312.501        PAINTING II                     3   MTWRF   0100PM-0450PM   AS   108   STAFF             HUMANITIES
10010    ART   411.501        PAINTING III                    3   MTWRF   0100PM-0450PM   AS   108   STAFF             10077   HUM 211.501 C4 WEST TRAD:HUM I                        3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2024     WASSERMAN E
10011    ART   412.501        PAINTING IV                     3   MTWRF   0100PM-0450PM   AS   108   STAFF             10140   HUM 211.502 C4 WEST TRAD:HUM I                        3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 2024     GRAVES W
10012    ART   489.501        SP-PAINTING                 P   3   MTWRF   0100PM-0450PM   AS   108   STAFF             10078   HUM 212.501 C4 WEST TRAD:HUM II                       3 MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM       LA 2024     GRAVES W


COMMUNICATION STUDIES                                                                                                  INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
10136    CMST107.501 A1 INTRO INTERPERSONAL COMM       3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM              LA 2005    DURHAM W          10141   INST499.501          INTERNATIONAL FIELD EXP      P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA      AAKHUS P
10152    CMST307.501    NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION        3 MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM              LA 2005    DURHAM W
10137    CMST498.501    INTERN-COMMUNICATION STUDIE P 3 TBA    TBA   -TBA                 AR TBA     STAFF
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS BEGINNING MONDAY, 07/17/06 – 08/18/06
                                                                                                                       LIBERAL ARTS
                                                                                                                       10084   LIBA497.NC1 D        CAPSTONE:MEMORY&CREATV MIND$     3 W         0600PM-0845PM   LA 2005     EVEY J
10135    CMST101.501 A1 INTRO TO PUBLIC SPEAKING     / 3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM              LA 2005    BEUTLER-JONES L




                                                  Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                                  See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                   2006 summer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                  21
               Third Summer Session                                                                                                                                  continued
                                                                                       July 18 - August 18
POLITICAL SCIENCE                                                                                                 CHEMISTRY
10100   POLS102.501 C2 INTR AMERICAN POLIT                3 MTWRF 0200PM-0350PM       LA 1003     BARBER C        10021   CHEM103.501 C3 MOLECULES, MATTER AND ME              3 MTWRF 0900AM-1120AM       SC   2242    STAFF
10101   POLS271.501 C5 INTERNATL POLITICS                 3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1004     BARBER C        10022   CHEM107.501 C3 ELEMENTS IN EVERYDAY CHEM      $      4 MTWRF 0900AM-1120AM       SC   2242    STAFF
                                                                                                                                                                                 MTWR 1200PM-0150PM        SC   2203
                                                                                                                  10023   CHEM262.501 C3 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II           $      4 MTWRF 0900AM-1050AM       SC   2243    STAFF
PSYCHOLOGY                                                                                                                                                                       MTWR 1100AM-0150PM        SC   2249
10107   PSY 201.501 C2 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY                3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 1011     GERE A
10109   PSY 400.501    ST-PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR         P    3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 2003     BLOOM C
                                                                                                                  MATHEMATICS
                                                                                                                  10085   MATH108.501   A2   SURVEY OF MATHEMATICS             4   MTWRF   1000AM-1215PM   ED   2116    STAFF
SOCIOLOGY                                                                                                         10086   MATH111.501   A2   COLL ALGEBRA/TI83                 4   MTWRF   1030AM-1245PM   ED   2115    STAFF
10118   SOC 121.501 C2 PRINCIPLES SOCIOLOGY               3 MTWRF 1000AM-1150AM       LA 2032     PETRANEK C      10143   MATH206.501   A2   MATH CONCEPT ELEM/JH/MS TCH       3   MTWRF   1000AM-1150AM   SC   2237    STEGEMOLLER C
10119   SOC 261.501 C2 MARRIAGE & FAMILY                  3 MTWRF 1200PM-0150PM       LA 2032     PETRANEK C      10089   MATH215.501   A2   SURVEY OF CALCULUS                3   MTWRF   0800AM-0950AM   SC   2237    STEGEMOLLER C


THEATRE ARTS
10142
10126
        THTR101.501 B2 INTRO TO THEATRE
        THTR400.501    IND ST-THEATRE ARTS           P
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                                                                                                                          UNIVERSITY DIVISION – ED 1142; 812/465-1606
10127   THTR400.502    IND ST-THEATRE ARTS           P    2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF                       ACADEMIC SKILLS – ED 1111; 812/464-1743
10128   THTR400.503    IND ST-THEATRE ARTS           P    3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF


                                                                                                                  GENERAL STUDIES
              COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH                                                                         CREDIT HOURS FOR GENS 094, 095, 096, 097, 098 AND 099 DO NOT COUNT TOWARD GRADUATION.

              PROFESSIONS – HP 2068; 812/464-1708                                                                   BEGINNING WITH FALL 1998, THEIR CREDIT HOURS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE EARNED HOURS TOTAL.
                                                                                                                  10055 GENS097.501     ALGEBRA REVIEW                 3 MTR   0600PM-0900PM ED 2110    STAFF
                                                                                                                  10057 GENS399.501     FIELD EXPERIENCE            P 1 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR TBA    KELLAMS J
HEALTH PROFESSIONS
10064   HP   115.NO1    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY         $     2           WEB             AR   TBA    STAFF
10068   HP   480.501    INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P    1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K
10069   HP   480.502    INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P    2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K                               USI DISTANCE EDUCATION
10070   HP   480.503    INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SERV    P    3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K
10074   HP   490.501    SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P    1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10003   ADV 241.NO1    INTRO TO ADVERTISING      $           3           WEB             AR   TBA     JEFFERS R
10075   HP   490.502    SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P    2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10132   BIOL251.NM1 ** ENVIRONMNTL CONSERV       $P          3           WEB/CD-ROM      AR   TBA     STAFF
10076   HP   490.503    SPECIAL TOPICS-HP            P    3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    VALADARES   K   10035   EDUC440.NO1    CURRENT TRENDS IN READING $           3           WEB             AR   TBA     PICKERING C
                                                                                                                  10039   EDUC540.NO1    CURRENT TRENDS IN READING $           3           WEB             AR   TBA     PICKERING C
                                                                                                                  10064   HP 115.NO1     MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY       $           2           WEB             AR   TBA     STAFF
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY                                                                                              10153   JRN 499.NO1    ST-DIVERSITY & MASS MEDIA $           3           WEB             AR   TBA     BONNELL K
10093   OT   310.501 B3 APP PATHOPHYS I                   3 TWR       0100PM-0400PM   HP 2111     STAFF           10084   LIBA497.NC1 D CAPSTONE:MEMORY&CREATV MIND$           3 W         0600PM-0845PM   LA   2005    EVEY J
10094   OT   315.501    APPL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS            3 TWR       0900AM-1200PM   HP 2111     HOBBS R


                                                                                                                                                    GRADUATE STUDIES
                POTT COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND
              ENGINEERING – SC 2206; 812/464-1701                                                                 EDUCATION
                                                                                                                  10039   EDUC540.NO1        CURRENT TRENDS IN READING $ =     3           WEB             AR TBA       PICKERING C
                                                                                                                                             (EDUC540.NO1)
BIOLOGY                                                                                                           10040   EDUC590.501        ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT        1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN   M
10138   BIOL105.501 C3 BIOL HUMAN CONCERN           $     3 MTWR      0900AM-1150AM   SC   1221   STAFF           10041   EDUC590.502        ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT        2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN   M
10014   BIOL122.501 C3 HUMAN ANAT&PHYS II           $     3 MTWR      0900AM-1150AM   SC   1207   PUCKETT P       10042   EDUC590.503        ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT        3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN   M
10132   BIOL251.NM1 ** ENVIRONMNTL CONSERV          $P    3           WEB/CD-ROM      AR   TBA    STAFF           10129   EDUC590.504        ST-LEADERSHIP                     1   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN   M
10016   BIOL490.501    UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING         P   1 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA    STAFF           10131   EDUC590.505        ST-MAKING CONNECTIONS             2   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN   M
                                                                                                                  10044   EDUC699.501        SUPERVISED RESEARCH        P      3   TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M


                                                                                                                  LIBERAL STUDIES
                                                                                                                  10083   LBST690.501        INDEPENDENT WORK-LBST         P   3 TBA       TBA   -TBA      AR TBA       RIVERS T




                                                                                                     BUILDING KEY
         AR . . . . . . . . Arranged, see instructor/dean                                                                  MD . . . . . . . . McDonald Apartments, University Housing
         AS . . . . . . . . Art Studio                                                                                     MI Off-C. . . . Milestones Day Care Center, 621 S. Cullen Ave., Evansville
         BO Off-C . . . Bosse High School, 1300 Washington Ave., Evansville                                                MJ Off-C . . . Memorial Hospital, 800 W. 9th Street, Jasper
         BW Off-C . . . Broadway Recreational Complex, Broadway Ave. west of Schutte Rd., Evansville                       MO Off-C. . . Methodist Hospital, 1305 N. Elm Street, Henderson, KY
         CC . . . . . . . . Ceramics Center                                                                                MR Off-C . . . Marrs Elementary School, 9201 E. State Rt 62, Mt. Vernon
         CH Off-C . . . Castle High School, Hwy. 261, Newburgh                                                             NG Off-C . . . Indiana National Guard Armory, 3300 E. Division St, Evansville
         CT Off-C . . . Central High School, 5400 First Ave., Evansville                                                   NO Off-C . . . North High School, 2319 Stringtown Rd., Evansville
         CU Off-C . . . Culver Elementary School, 1301 Judson, Evansville                                                  NW . . . . . . . . Newman Hall
         DH Off-C . . . Deaconess Hospital, 600 Mary Street, Evansville                                                    OB . . . . . . . . O’Bannon Hall
         DW Off-C. . . Daniel Wertz Elementary School, 1701 S. Red Bank Rd., Evansville                                    OC . . . . . . . . Robert D. Orr Center
         ED . . . . . . . . . Education Center                                                                             PA . . . . . . . . . Physical Activities Center
         FA . . . . . . . . . Forum Wing, Byron C. Wright Administration Building                                          RC . . . . . . . . . ROTC Building
         FC . . . . . . . . . Recreation and Fitness Center                                                                RU. . . . . . . . . Ruston Hall
         FJ Off-C . . . . F.J. Reitz High School, Forest Hills, Evansville                                                 SB . . . . . . . . . Security Building
         FL Off-C . . . . Franklin Bowling Lanes, 1801 W. Franklin St., Evansville                                         SC . . . . . . . . . Science Center
         GL Off-C . . . Glenwood Middle School, 901 Sweetser Ave., Evansville                                              SH Off-C . . . Stanley Hall Enrichment Center, 800 S. Evans Ave., Evansville
         GV . . . . . . . . Governors Hall                                                                                 SL Off-C . . . . Signature Learning Center, 610 Main Street, Evansville
         HE Off-C. . . . Helfrich Park Middle School, 2603 W. Maryland St., Evansville                                     SM Off-C . . . St. Mary's Medical Center, 3700 Washington Ave., Evansville
         HG Off-C . . . Howell Park Par 3 Golf Course, 1101 S. Barker Ave, Evansville                                      TC . . . . . . . . . Technology Center
         HH Off-C . . . Harrison High School, 211 Fielding Road, Evansville                                                UC . . . . . . . . . University Center
         HP. . . . . . . . . Health Professions Center                                                                     UT Off-C. . . . University Theatre, 3001 Igleheart Ave., Evansville
         IS Off-C . . . . Indiana State University campus, Terre Haute                                                     WC Off-C . . . Welborn Clinic, 421 Chestnut Street, Evansville
         LA . . . . . . . . . Liberal Arts Center                                                                          XS . . . . . . . . . Administrative Services Annex South
         MC Off-C . . . Methodist Temple Childcare, 2109 E. Lincoln Ave., Evansville
                                   2006 SUmmer Schedule                                                                                                                                                     22
                                                   Graduate Classes
                                    FIRST SUMMER                                                            MATHEMATICS
                                                                                                               THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR SIX WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/16/06)
                                      GRADUATE STUDIES                                                      10357 MATH602.601     CONC IN GENERAL MATH         / 3 MTR   0600PM-0845PM        SC 3224      SCHWIEGER R


ACCOUNTING                                                                                                  NURSING
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS BEGINNING 05/22/06 – 07/14/06                                    THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10402 ACCT605.601     SEMINAR IN AUDITING          / 3 MW    0600PM-0905PM OC 3052            EHLEN C       10361    NURS613.NO1    THEOR BASIS-ADV PRACTICE   $ / 3 R     0500PM-0840PM      HP   0064    ROWSER M
                                                                                                            10206    NURS616.NO1    MNGT OF CLIENT-HLTH SYS    $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM      HP   0064    GISH L
                                                                                                            10207    NURS616.NO2    MNGT OF CLIENT-HLTH SYS    $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM      HP   0064    GISH L
ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS/BUSINESS EDUCATION                                                                   10208    NURS617.NO1    ADV CONCPTS-PATHOPHYSLGY     / 3       WEB                AR   TBA     WALSH C
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE RUNS FOR EIGHT WEEKS (05/09/06 – 06/30/06)                                          10209    NURS618.NO1    ADV HEALTH ASSESSMNT       $ / 3 T     0900AM-0400PM      HP   2025    HIAM J
10016 ASBE581.NO1     IN-SCHOOL LAB PRGM-VOC EDUC$ / 3       WEB                 AR TBA       VALENTINE G   10210    NURS618.NO2    ADV HEALTH ASSESSMNT       $ / 3 T     0900AM-0400PM      HP   2025    HALL M
                                                                                                            10211    NURS625.NO1    MKTG & COMP STRAT-NURS & HL$ / 3       WEB                AR   TBA     BARTON G
BUSINESS LAW                                                                                                10212    NURS627.NO1    NURSING INFORMATICS        $ / 3 W     0500PM-0840PM      HP   0070    PALLADINO M
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TEN WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 07/14/06                           10214    NURS656.NO1    FAMILY NURSE PRACT PRACTICU$ / 6 T     0500PM-0840PM      HP   0064    HOEBEKE R
10029 BLAW618.601     LEGAL & SOCIAL ENVRMNT-BUS   / 3 M     0600PM-1015PM OC 2017            NUNN L        10215    NURS673.NO1    EVALUATION STRAT FOR NUR ED$ / 5 M     0500PM-0840PM      HP   0064    HOOD A
                                                                                                            10216    NURS676.NO1    ACUTE CARE NURS PRACT III $ / 6 T      0500PM-0840PM      HP   0077    WALSH C

DECISION SCIENCES
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/30/06                         OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
10397 DSCI601.601     QUANT METHODS-BUSINESS DEC   / 3 MW    0600PM-0905PM OC 2036            BLACK G          THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
                                                                                                            10231    OT 690.NO1     SPECIALIZED TOPICS         $ / 3       WEB                AR TBA       HOBBS R
                                                                                                            10232    OT 691.NO1     SPEC CLINICAL REASONING STR / 3        WEB                AR TBA       WILLIAMS B
EDUCATION                                                                                                      THE   FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/18/06)
10089    EDUC590.301    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT     1   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M     10228    OT 621.NO1     OCCUP THERPY ED STRATEGIES $ / 3       WEB                AR TBA       LUEBBEN A
10090    EDUC590.302    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT     2   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M
10091    EDUC590.303    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT     3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M
10320    EDUC590.304    ST-MENTORING                   2   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M     PHYSICAL EDUCATION
10414    EDUC642.301    INTERDISC PROC-MATH&SCI        3   TR    0500PM-0800PM   ED   3113    THOMAS J         THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR FIVE WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/09/06
             BEGINNING 5/29, COURSE MEETING SWITCHES TO:   TWR   0900AM-0130PM   ED   3145                  10261 PED 592.301     CONTEMP ISSUES-SPORT & EXER / 3 MW     0530PM-0930PM PA 211              LEUNG R
                                                                                                                                  (PED 492.301)
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10076 EDUC511.601     FOUND & LEGAL-EXCEPTNL NEED /=3 W      0500PM-0915PM       ED 3113      BROWNING L    SOCIAL WORK
                      (EDUC411.601)                                                                         10311    SOCW699.301    INDEPENDENT STUDY           P   3 TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR TBA       RASKE M
10077 EDUC512.601     EVAL & EXCPTNLTY-ASSESSMNT   /=3 T     0430PM-0815PM       ED   3147    CHASE M
                      (EDUC412.601)                    F     0900AM-0950AM       AR   OFF-C                    THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)
10078 EDUC513.601     LEARNG STRAT-STUDNTS W/EXCP /=3 R      0430PM-0815PM       ED   3147    CHASE M       10329    SOCW610.NC1    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 S     1230PM-0430PM      IS   OFF-C   BORDELON T
                      (EDUC413.601)                    F     1000AM-1115AM       AR   OFF-C                 10303    SOCW610.601    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 M     0800AM-1200PM      HP   1083    BORDELON T
10079 EDUC515.601     MNGT & EXPTNLTY:ENV,SOC,BEH /=3 T      0500PM-0915PM       ED   3111    HELFRICH M    10304    SOCW610.602    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 T     0800AM-1200PM      HP   1083    FRAZER P
                      (EDUC415.601)                                                                         10305    SOCW610.603    HUMAN DIVRSTY,INEQLTY&SW     / 3 R     0530PM-0930PM      HP   1083    BORDELON T
10080 EDUC521.601     EXCEPTNL NEEDS: PRACTICUM I /=3 TBA    TBA   -TBA          AR TBA       MAYS R        10306    SOCW642.NO1    FOUND-SCHOOL SOC WRK       $ / 3       WEB                AR   TBA     ALVAREZ M
                      (EDUC421.601)                                                                         10307    SOCW652.601    FAMILY&MARITAL THRPY         / 3 T     0100PM-0500PM      HP   1084    BAKER C
10081 EDUC522.601     EXCEPTNL NEEDS:PRACTICUM II /=3 TBA    TBA   -TBA          AR TBA       MAYS R        10340    SOCW660.NC1    ADVNCD GRP THRPY-SOCW        / 3 S     0800AM-1200PM      IS   OFF-C   BORDELON T
                      (EDUC422.601)                                                                         10345    SOCW671.601    SOCIAL WORK MNGT I           / 3 M     0800AM-1200PM      HP   1084    ELPERS K
10085 EDUC541.601     YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE       /=3 M     0500PM-0950PM       ED 3145      HAMON J       10310    SOCW671.602    SOCIAL WORK MNGT I           / 3 M     0530PM-0930PM      HP   1084    PHILLIPS I
                      (EDUC441.601)                                                                         10346    SOCW671.603    SOCIAL WORK MNGT I           / 3 T     0530PM-0930PM      HP   1084    PHILLIPS I
10086 EDUC565.601     COMPUTER IN CURRICULUM     $ /=3 M     0500PM-0950PM       ED 2117      PRICE C
                      (EDUC465.601)                                                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR THIRTEEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 08/04/06)
10088 EDUC568.NO1     ADVNCD INSTRUCT TECHNLGY   $ /=3       WEB                 AR TBA       REASONS S     10298 SOCW511.601     GRAD FLD PLACEMNT I          / 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA           AR TBA       LOEHR P
                      (EDUC468.NO1)                                                                         10301 SOCW512.601     INTEGR FLD PLACEMT SEM       / 1 M     0100PM-0500PM        HP 1084      LOEHR P
10095 EDUC631.NO1     ANALYSIS OF INSTRUCTION      / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M
10097 EDUC689.601     ST:LEADERSHIP/SEC SCHOOLS    / 3 R     0500PM-0915PM       ED   2117    STAFF
10098 EDUC690.NO1     ST:ADMIN POLICIES&PROCEDURE$ / 3       WEB                 AR   TBA     ALVAREZ   M
10100 EDUC699.601     SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P/ 1 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M                                    SECOND SUMMER
10101 EDUC699.602     SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P/ 2 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M
10102 EDUC699.603     SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA          AR   TBA     SLAVKIN   M                                         GRADUATE STUDIES

HEALTH ADMINISTRATION                                                                                       ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS/BUSINESS EDUCATION
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)                                            THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS BEGINNING MONDAY, 06/12/06 – 06/16/06
10192    MHA 625.NC1    MKTG & COMP STRAT-HLTH CARE$P/ 3 S     0830AM-0400PM     HP   0070    BARTON G      10274 ASBE690.401     SPECIAL TOPICS              P/ 3 MTWRF 0800AM-0500PM        OC 3052      VALENTINE G
10193    MHA 626.NC1    LEGAL& ETHICAL ISS-HLTH CAR$P/ 3 F     0830AM-0400PM     HP   0064    STAFF
10194
10195
         MHA 635.NC1
         MHA 636.NC1
                        SEM IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATIO$P/ 3 S
                        ADMIN EFFECTIVENSS-HLTH CAR$P/ 3 F
                                                               0830AM-0400PM
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                                                                                                            10221    EDUC588.401    JRHI/MID SC CURRICULUM          3   TWR   1200PM-0250PM   ED   3145    PARKISON P
                                                                                                            10064    EDUC590.401    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT      1   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT                                                                                       10065    EDUC590.402    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT      2   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M
   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/14/06)                                         10066    EDUC590.403    ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT      3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M
10161    IM 601.601     SPECIAL STUDIES-IM          P/ 3 TBA   TBA     -TBA      AR TBA       SCHULTZ D     10226    EDUC590.404    ST-MULTICLT:CH/YNG ADLT LIT     3   TWR   0800AM-1050AM   ED   3111    GOODEN S
10162    IM 671.601     GRADUATE PROJECT            P/ 3 TBA   TBA     -TBA      AR TBA       SCHULTZ D     10230    EDUC590.405    ST-MULTISENSORY LANGUAGE    P   3   TR    0800AM-1200PM   AR   OFF-C   CHASE M
10163    IM 698.601     INDIVIDUAL STUDY            P/ 3 TBA   TBA     -TBA      AR TBA       SCHULTZ D     10227    EDUC590.406    ST-COMPUTERS                    3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   OFF-C   SLAVKIN M
                                                                                                            10068    EDUC601.401    RESEARCH IN EDUCATION           3   TWR   0800AM-1050AM   ED   3147    DIVINE J
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR TWELVE WEEKS (05/09/06 – 07/28/06)                                        10069    EDUC603.401    HIST/PHIL INFL IN EDUC          3   TWR   1200PM-0250PM   ED   3147    AKINTUNDE O
10392 IM 604.601      MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ANALY P/ 3 F     0430PM-0830PM       TC 120       SCHULTZ D     10074    EDUC685.401    CURR &LEARNING-EDUC LEADERS     3   TWR   0300PM-0550PM   ED   3148    STAFF
                                                                                                            10076    EDUC686.401    MNGT OF HUMAN RES-PRINCPLSH     3   TWR   1200PM-0250PM   ED   3148    HUFF S
                                                                                                            10078    EDUC699.401    SUPERVISED RESEARCH         P   3   TBA   TBA   -TBA      AR   TBA     SLAVKIN M
LIBERAL STUDIES
10169    LBST690.301   INDEPENDENT WORK-LBST       P   3 TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR TBA       RIVERS T         THE FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)
10170    LBST697.301   CAPSTONE PROJ LBST I            3 TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR TBA       RIVERS T      10062 EDUC511.NC1     FOUND & LEGAL-EXCEPTNL NEED$P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA           AR TBA       CHASE M
10171    LBST698.301   CAPSTNE PROJ LBST II            3 TBA     TBA   -TBA      AR TBA       RIVERS T      10063 EDUC523.701     COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS   / 3 R     0500PM-0915PM        ED 3147      MCKINNEY N


MARKETING                                                                                                   ENGLISH
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE MEETS FOR EIGHT WEEKS BEGINNING MONDAY, 05/08/06 – 06/30/06                         10244    ENG 515.401    HISTORY OF RHETORIC             3 MTW     0430PM-0730PM   LA 1002      RIVERS T
10401 MKTG601.601     MARKETING STRATEGIES         / 3 MW    0600PM-0905PM OC 2025            SAXBY C



                                         Codes and footnotes are listed on pages 19 and 23. The building key is on pages 21 and 23.
                                                         See front page for illustration of how to read the schedule.
                                        2006 summer Schedule                                                                                                                                                                                  23
                               Graduate Classes                                                                                                             continued
HEALTH PROFESSIONS
   THE FOLLOWING COURSES WILL BE OFFERED IN          HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (06/17/06 – 07/02/06).
                                                                                                                                                                  THIRD SUMMER
   CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH          PROFESSIONS FOR DETAILS.                                                                                        GRADUATE STUDIES
10121 HP 690.F01      SPCL TOPICS IN HEALTH          PROF P/ 1 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C DUGGER B
10122 HP 690.F02      SPCL TOPICS IN HEALTH          PROF P/ 2 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C DUGGER B
10123 HP 690.F03      SPCL TOPICS IN HEALTH          PROF P/ 3 TBA    TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C DUGGER B                     EDUCATION
                                                                                                                           10039   EDUC540.NO1     CURRENT TRENDS IN READING $ =              3          WEB                  AR TBA        PICKERING C
                                                                                                                                                   (EDUC540.NO1)
LIBERAL STUDIES                                                                                                            10040   EDUC590.501     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT                 1   TBA    TBA     -TBA         AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN    M
10133    LBST590.401      INTRDSC TPC-HIST OF RHETORI            3 MTW    0430PM-0730PM    LA 1002     RIVERS T            10041   EDUC590.502     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT                 2   TBA    TBA     -TBA         AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN    M
10134    LBST690.401      INDEPENDENT WORK-LBST       P          3 TBA    TBA   -TBA       AR TBA      RIVERS T            10042   EDUC590.503     ST-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMNT                 3   TBA    TBA     -TBA         AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN    M
                                                                                                                           10129   EDUC590.504     ST-LEADERSHIP                              1   TBA    TBA     -TBA         AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN    M
                                                                                                                           10131   EDUC590.505     ST-MAKING CONNECTIONS                      2   TBA    TBA     -TBA         AR   OFF-C    SLAVKIN    M
NURSING                                                                                                                    10044   EDUC699.501     SUPERVISED RESEARCH        P               3   TBA    TBA     -TBA         AR   TBA      SLAVKIN    M
   THE FOLLOWING COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN HARLAXTON, ENGLAND (06/17/06 – 07/02/06).
   CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS FOR DETAILS.
10159 NURS614.F01     ADV PRACT NURS& HLTH ISS    P/ 3 TBA   TBA   -TBA     AR OFF-C                   DUGGER B            LIBERAL STUDIES
                                                                                                                           10083   LBST690.501     INDEPENDENT WORK-LBST                P     3 TBA      TBA     -TBA         AR TBA        RIVERS T
SOCIAL WORK
10210    SOCW699.401      INDEPENDENT STUDY                  P   1 TBA    TBA   -TBA       AR TBA      STAFF
10211    SOCW699.402      INDEPENDENT STUDY                  P   2 TBA    TBA   -TBA       AR TBA      STAFF
10212    SOCW699.403      INDEPENDENT STUDY                  P   3 TBA    TBA   -TBA       AR TBA      STAFF

   THE   FOLLOWING COURSES MEET FOR      TEN WEEKS (06/13/06 – 08/18/06)

                                                                                                                             UNIVERSITY CORRESPONDENCE VIA EMAIL
10207    SOCW692.701    ADVNCD GRAD      SOCW PROJECT     / 3 TBA   TBA         -TBA       AR TBA      COUSERT D
10208    SOCW692.702    ADVNCD GRAD      SOCW PROJECT     / 3 TBA   TBA         -TBA       AR TBA      PHILLIPS I
10209    SOCW692.703    ADVNCD GRAD      SOCW PROJECT     / 3 TBA   TBA         -TBA       AR TBA      COUSERT D
                                                                                                                            University of Southern Indiana provides free electronic mail for students
                                                                                                                            through MyUSI (www.usieagles.org). The University routinely uses this USI
                                                                                                                            email account for both formal and informal communications with students.
                                                                                                                            Students are expected to check their USI email account regularly for
                                                                                                                            University correspondence. Refer to page 6 of this schedule for more
                                                                                                                            information about MyUSI and USI’s email service.


         University Core Curriculum                                       Footnotes                                                                  Section Number Codes
         Footnotes                                                                                                                                   .301 First summer only              .601 First summer cross-term course
                                                                          $     Laboratory/clinical/studio fee.                                      .401 Second summer only             .701 Second summer cross-term course
         A1   Composition/Speech                                          P     Enrollment by permission of instructor or dean only.                 .501 Third summer only
         A2   Mathematics                                                                                                                            .H01 In-course honors
                                                                          &     Students taking this course must take all courses in block.
         B1   Ethics                                                                                                                                 .NC1 Internet-based, some required classroom attendance
                                                                          /     Special length class                                                 .NM1 Internet and other media such as CD-ROM
         B2   The Arts                                                    =     Courses cross listed between course levels                           .NO1 Internet only, no required classroom attendance
         B3   Health/Fitness                                                                                                                         .NR1 Internet and required videoconference attendance at remote locations
         C1   History                                                                                                                                .NV1 Internet and videotape/DVD rental
         C2   Individual Development/Social Behavior                                                                                                 Shaded courses are off-campus courses
         C3   Science
         C4   Western Culture
                                                                                                                                                     Day Codes
                                                                                                                                                     M     Monday                 F         Friday
         C5   Global Communities                                                                                                                     T     Tuesday                S         Saturday
         D    Synthesis                                                                                                                              W     Wednesday              U         Sunday
         **   Meets more than one UCC requirement. See chart on page 8.                                                                              R     Thursday               TBA       To be arranged. See instructor or dean of course for details.



                                                                                                            BUILDING KEY
          AR . . . . . . . . Arranged, see instructor/dean                                                                           MD . . . . . . . . McDonald Apartments, University Housing
          AS . . . . . . . . Art Studio                                                                                              MI Off-C. . . . Milestones Day Care Center, 621 S. Cullen Ave., Evansville
          BO Off-C . . . Bosse High School, 1300 Washington Ave., Evansville                                                         MJ Off-C . . . Memorial Hospital, 800 W. 9th Street, Jasper
          BW Off-C . . . Broadway Recreational Complex, Broadway Ave. west of Schutte Rd., Evansville                                MO Off-C. . . Methodist Hospital, 1305 N. Elm Street, Henderson, KY
          CC . . . . . . . . Ceramics Center                                                                                         MR Off-C . . . Marrs Elementary School, 9201 E. State Rt 62, Mt. Vernon
          CH Off-C . . . Castle High School, Hwy. 261, Newburgh                                                                      NG Off-C . . . Indiana National Guard Armory, 3300 E. Division St, Evansville
          CT Off-C . . . Central High School, 5400 First Ave., Evansville                                                            NO Off-C . . . North High School, 2319 Stringtown Rd., Evansville
          CU Off-C . . . Culver Elementary School, 1301 Judson, Evansville                                                           NW . . . . . . . . Newman Hall
          DH Off-C . . . Deaconess Hospital, 600 Mary Street, Evansville                                                             OB . . . . . . . . O’Bannon Hall
          DW Off-C. . . Daniel Wertz Elementary School, 1701 S. Red Bank Rd., Evansville                                             OC . . . . . . . . Robert D. Orr Center
          ED . . . . . . . . . Education Center                                                                                      PA . . . . . . . . . Physical Activities Center
          FA . . . . . . . . . Forum Wing, Byron C. Wright Administration Building                                                   RC . . . . . . . . . ROTC Building
          FC . . . . . . . . . Recreation and Fitness Center                                                                         RU. . . . . . . . . Ruston Hall
          FJ Off-C . . . . F.J. Reitz High School, Forest Hills, Evansville                                                          SB . . . . . . . . . Security Building
          FL Off-C . . . . Franklin Bowling Lanes, 1801 W. Franklin St., Evansville                                                  SC . . . . . . . . . Science Center
          GL Off-C . . . Glenwood Middle School, 901 Sweetser Ave., Evansville                                                       SH Off-C . . . Stanley Hall Enrichment Center, 800 S. Evans Ave., Evansville
          GV . . . . . . . . Governors Hall                                                                                          SL Off-C . . . . Signature Learning Center, 610 Main Street, Evansville
          HE Off-C. . . . Helfrich Park Middle School, 2603 W. Maryland St., Evansville                                              SM Off-C . . . St. Mary's Medical Center, 3700 Washington Ave., Evansville
          HG Off-C . . . Howell Park Par 3 Golf Course, 1101 S. Barker Ave, Evansville                                               TC . . . . . . . . . Technology Center
          HH Off-C . . . Harrison High School, 211 Fielding Road, Evansville                                                         UC . . . . . . . . . University Center
          HP. . . . . . . . . Health Professions Center                                                                              UT Off-C. . . . University Theatre, 3001 Igleheart Ave., Evansville
          IS Off-C . . . . Indiana State University campus, Terre Haute                                                              WC Off-C . . . Welborn Clinic, 421 Chestnut Street, Evansville
          LA . . . . . . . . . Liberal Arts Center                                                                                   XS . . . . . . . . . Administrative Services Annex South
          MC Off-C . . . Methodist Temple Childcare, 2109 E. Lincoln Ave., Evansville
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                        David L. Rice Library (RL)                 20
                        ROTC Building (RC)                         32
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                        Security Building (SB)                     21                                                       le        vard                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Hendricks Building–O’Daniel South                                                                        44
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                        Science Center (SC)                        22                                       Univers                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hendricks Building–McDonald East                                                                         73
                        Screaming Eagles Valley Complex            33                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  D                                           Hovey Building–McDonald East                                                                             84
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                        Strassweg Field (Soccer)                   25                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Jackson Building–McDonald West                                                                           63
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                        Technology Center (TC)                     26
                                                                                                                                                           33                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lane Building–McDonald East                                                                              80
                        Tennis Courts                              27                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Leslie Building–O’Daniel North                                                                           55
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                        University Center (UC)                     28




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                        University Conference Center (UCC)         29                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Matthews Building–McDonald East                                                                          82




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                        USI Foundation                             30                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              McCray Building–McDonald West                                                                            64
                        Byron C. Wright                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            McDonald West Recreational Room                                                                          68
                          Administration Building (WA)             31                                                                                                                       89                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     McNutt Building–O’Daniel North                                                                           54
                        Blue Emergency Phone                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Morton Building–McDonald East                                                                            81
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mount Building–McDonald East                                                                             85
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Newman Hall                                                                                              86
                        The USI Theatre is located two miles east of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Noble Building–O’Daniel South                                                                            42




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                        campus on Hwy 62. The off-campus recreational                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              O’Bannon Hall                                                                                            88
                        and varsity softball fields can be reached by                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Orr Building–O’Daniel North                                                                              61
                        traveling south on Schutte Road, then west on                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Phi Delta Theta                                                                                          80
                        Broadway 1/4 mile.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Porter Building–McDonald East                                                                            77
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ralston Building–McDonald West                                                                           66
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ruston Hall                                                                                              89
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Saletta Building–McDonald West                                                                           72
                       It is the policy of the University of Southern Indiana to be in full compliance with all federal and state non-discrimination and Equal Opportunity laws, orders, and regulations relating to race, sex, religion,                                                                                                                                                                                          Schricker Building–O’Daniel North                                                                        51
                       handicap, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or status as disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era. Questions or concerns should be directed to the director of Affirmative Action, USI Human                                                                                                                                                                                                  Student Wellness                                                                                         48
                       Resources Department, University of Southern Indiana, 8600 University Boulevard, Evansville, Indiana 47712. The University of Southern Indiana, in order to promote and maintain a clean and healthy                                                                                                                                                                                                        Townsend Building–O’Daniel North                                                                         53
                       environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors, prohibits smoking in all University-owned or leased buildings and vehicles.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Wallace Building–O’Daniel South                                                                          41
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Welsh Building–O’Daniel North                                                                            56
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Whitcomb Building–O’Daniel South                                                                         46
                                           Visit www.                                                .edu for a Web version of the schedule.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Willard Building–McDonald East
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Wright Building–O’Daniel South                                                                           48

				
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