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					ALEXANDRIA, VA n ARLINGTON, VA n ASHBURN, VA n K STREET CENTER, DC
     NEWPORT NEWS, VA n RICHMOND, VA n VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
                  DISTANCE LEARNING / ONLINE
     W
                    e understand the difference you want to make in your life
                    and your career. We challenge our students to look ahead
                    and prepare them to lead the way. Through innovative
         programs, such as the ones outlined in this catalog, GW can help you
         reach beyond your ambition.

         The Graduate Programs at GW. At GW, our faculty of leading
         scholars and practitioners and over 200 master’s, education specialist,
         doctoral, and certificate programs can help you reach your goals in a
         professional world that is evolving daily.

         Visit www.gwu.edu/gradinfo for more information about all of
         The Graduate Programs at GW.


         GW Off-Campus Programs.
         With programs designed specifically for the busy adult professional,
         GW offers a select group of graduate degree and certificate
         programs at convenient off-campus locations and through online
         distance learning.

         Visit www.gwu.edu/offcampusprograms for more information
         about the GW Off-Campus Programs.




                          See pages 68-70 for maps and addresses

                           Online courses for select programs



                     For on-campus programs, please visit www.gwu.edu.
For other GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus programs visit www.gwvirginia.gwu.edu
                                                                GW OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS


                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                                  KEY          INFO R M AT IO N

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4    Additional Graduate Education Opportunities . . . . . . . . . .                   17
Programs Listed by Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5             University Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   18
How to Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6         Course Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     67
Application for Degree or Certificate Candidacy . . . . . . . . . 8                       Change of Address Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         77
Tuition and Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10       Textbook Order Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         78
Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12      Credit Card Payment Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           79
Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14       Locations and Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      80

                                                                              PROGRAMS


   METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON                                                                       GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND
                                                                                                  TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
S CHOO L O F BU S IN E S S
Tourism Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20             SC H O O L O F BU SI N ESS
COL L E GE O F P RO F E S S I O NAL S TUD I E S                                           Information Systems Technology (Executive Format) . . . . . 50
Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program in                                                   Information Systems Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
   Integrated Information, Science, and Technology . . . . . .                       21   C O LLEGE O F PRO FESSI O N A L ST U DI ES
Healthcare Corporate Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  23   Landscape Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Integrated Information, Science, and Technology . . . . . . . .                      21   Sustainable Landscapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Landscape Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       24
                                                                                          GRA DU AT E SC H O O L O F EDU C AT I O N
Law Firm Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             26   A N D H U MA N DEV ELO PMEN T
Molecular Biotechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            27
                                                                                          Educational Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        53
Paralegal Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    28
                                                                                          Global Leadership in Teams and Organizations . . . . . . . . . .                  54
Police Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     29
                                                                                          Higher Education Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             55
Publishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   30
                                                                                          Human and Organizational Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                56
Security and Safety Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             31
                                                                                          Secondary Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       57
Sustainable Landscapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         24
Sustainable Urban Planning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            32   SC H O O L O F EN GI N EERI N G A N D A PPLI ED SC I EN C E
                                                                                          Accelerated Engineering Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 59
COL U M BIA N C OL L E G E O F ARTS AND S CI E NCE S
                                                                                          Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      60
Applied Quantitative Risk Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               34
                                                                                          Computer Security and Information Assurance . . . . . . . . .                     60
High Technology Crime Investigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               35
                                                                                          Electrical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      61
Organizational Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          36
   Human Resources Management/                                                            Telecommunications and Computers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                61
  Organizational Management
Survey Design and Data Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              37
                                                                                            HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND
GR A DU AT E S C H O OL O F E D UCATI O N
A ND H U M A N DE VE L O P M E NT
                                                                                          C O LLEGE O F PRO FESSI O N A L ST U DI ES
Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    41
                                                                                          Security and Safety Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Educational Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           38
                                                                                          GRA DU AT E SC H O O L O F EDU C AT I O N
Human Resource Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   40
                                                                                          A N D H U MA N DEV ELO PMEN T
School Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        41
                                                                                          Educational Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          63
Secondary Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          43
                                                                                          Human Resource Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                65
GR A DU AT E S C H O OL O F P O L I TI CAL M ANAG E M E NT                                  Design and Assessment of Adult Learning . . . . . . . . . . .                   65
Legislative Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45        Leadership Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            65
PACs and Political Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45                    Organizational Learning and Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  65
Strategic Public Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
                                                                                          SC H O O L O F EN GI N EERI N G A N D A PPLI ED SC I EN C E
S CHOO L O F E N GIN E E R I NG AND AP P L I E D S CI E NCE
                                                                                          Engineering Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Engineering and Technology Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . 48                         Systems Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Engineering Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Systems Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48


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                                       FALL 2011 CALENDAR
                                            SEVEN                CONVENIENT                             LOCATIONS

                       A L E XANDRI A, VA   ■   ARLI NGTON, VA        ■   K ST RE E T C E N T E R, DC      ■   A SH BU RN , VA   ■   N E WP ORT N E WS, VA

                                RI CHM OND, VA       ■   VI RGI NI A BEA C H , VA    ■   A L SO DI STA N C E L E A RN I N G/ ON L I N E




                                  FALL          I                                                                                FALL         II

                                                                                                   (a p p lies on ly to H a mp ton Roa d s , La n d sc a p e Design,
Me tropol itan Wash in g t o n , Hamp t o n R o ad s                                                              a n d s elec t A lex a n d ria Progra ms)
a n d Ri chm ond

PRIORITY REGISTRATION                                                                         GENERAL REGISTRATION
All degree-seeking graduate students . . . . . . . . . . . . March 28                         All degree-seeking graduate students . . . April 6 – October               23
                                                                                              Non-degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 1 – October        23
GEN E RA L RE GIS T RATI O N
                                                                                              C LA SSES BEGI N + . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . October   24
All degree-seeking candidates . . . . . . . . . April 6 – August 28
                                                                                                     Landscape Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .October     31
Non-degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 1 – 28
                                                                                              LAT E REGI ST RAT I O N *
CLA S S E S BE GIN + . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . August 29
                                                                                              All Students
LATE RE GIS T RAT ION *                                                                              (degree and non-degree) . . . . . . . . . . . October 24 –          31
All students                                                                                  Last day for Web Add/Drop on GWEB . . . . . . . . .October                 31
       (degree and non-degree) . . . . August 29 – September                    11
Last day for Web Add/Drop on                                                                                   REGIS TER EA RLY FOR S PRING 2012!
       GWEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September         11                          Visit www.nearyou.gwu.edu/enrollment
Last day to add a course using the RTF-EZ                                                                for a full registration calendar for Spring 2012.
       or drop a course using the RTF-EZ
       without academic penalty (applies only to
       14-week courses) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September           23
                                                                                              N O N -DEGREE REGI ST RAT I O N
Last day to withdraw from a course with a
                                                                                              See information on page 7.
       grade of “W” using an RTF-EZ or to
       change grade mode with Dean’s permission                                               H O LI DAYS – N O C LA SSES
       (applies only to 14-week courses) . . . . . . . October                  21            Thanksgiving Break (W-F) . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 23-25

                                                 +
                                                Please see individual programs for exact start dates.
                                       * $80 fee applies during late registration for any initial registration.



                                                           GENERAL                   INFORMATION

                               (202) 973-1130             ■   (703) 248-2800              ■    (757) 249-3522            ■   (804) 649-0328
                                            Please see inside back cover for a complete telephone directory.
                                                          www.gwu.edu/offcampusprograms



                                                REGISTER                     ONLINE                  WITH            GWEB
                                                                     http://my.gwu.edu
                                         7 days a week 7:00am-10:00pm during registration dates (above).
                 Registration Assistants will be available Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:45pm at (202) 994-4900 or 1-800-526-5641.
                                                     Please see page 6 for complete instructions.




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              PROGRAMS LISTED BY LOCATION
  METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON                                                  GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND
Alexandria Graduate Education Center
                                                                            TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
1925 Ballenger Avenue, Second Floor, Alexandria, VA                  GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus—Exploration Hall
■ Counseling (page 41)
                                                                     University Center, 20101 Academic Way, Ashburn, VA
■ Educational Administration (page 38)                               ■ Accelerated Engineering Management (page 59)
■ Engineering Management (page 48)                                   ■ Computer Science (page 60)
■ Engineering and Technology Management (page 48)                    ■ Computer Security and Information Assurance (page 60)

■ Healthcare Corporate Compliance (page 23)                          ■ Electrical Engineering (page 61)

■ Human Resource Development (page 40)                               ■ Landscape Design (page 51)

■ Law Firm Management (page 26)                                      ■ Telecommunications and Computers (page 61)

■ Publishing (page 30)                                               GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus—Enterprise Hall
■ School Counseling (page 41)                                        University Center, 44983 Knoll Square, Ashburn, VA
■ Strategic Public Relations (page 47)                               ■ Educational Administration (page 53)

■ Survey Design and Data Analysis (page 37)                          ■ Global Leadership in Teams and Organizations (page 54)

                                                                     ■ Higher Education Administration (page 55)
Graduate Education Center, Arlington
                                                                     ■ Human and Organizational Learning (page 56)
950 N. Glebe Road, 6th Floor, Arlington, VA                          ■ Information Systems Technology (page 50)
■ Applied Quantitative Risk Analysis (page 34)                       ■ Information Systems Technology (Executive Format) (page 50)
■ Bachelor’s Degree Completion in                                    ■ Secondary Education (page 57)
  Integrated Information, Science, and Technology (page 21)
■ Engineering Management (page 48)

■ Engineering and Technology Management (page 48)
                                                                       HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND
■ High Technology Crime Investigation (page 35)
                                                                     Hampton Roads Center
■ Integrated Information, Science, and Technology (page 21)
                                                                     1 Old Oyster Point Road, Suite 200, Newport News, VA
■ Landscape Design (page 24)
                                                                     ■ Design and Assessment of Adult Learning (page 65)
■ Organizational Sciences (page 36)
                                                                     ■ Educational Administration (page 63)
■ Police Science (page 29)
                                                                     ■ Engineering Management (page 66)
■ Secondary Education (page 43)                                      ■ Human Resource Development (page 65)
■ Security and Safety Leadership (page 31)                           ■ Leadership Development (page 65)
■ Sustainable Landscapes (page 24)                                   ■ Organizational Learning and Change (page 65)

■ Sustainable Urban Planning (page 32)                               ■ Security and Safety Leadership (page 62)

■ Systems Engineering (page 48)                                      ■ Systems Engineering (page 66)


Hall of the States Building, Capitol Hill                            Hanover High School

444 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC                         10307 Chamberlayne Road, Mechanicsville, VA
                                                                     ■ Educational Administration (page 63)
■ Legislative Affairs (page 45)

■ PACs and Political Management (page 45)                            Advanced Technology Center
                                                                     1800 College Crescent, Virginia Beach, VA
K Street Center for Professional Education
                                                                     ■ Educational Administration (page 63)
2020 K Street, NW, Lower Level, Washington, DC
■ Paralegal Studies (page 28)
                                                                                             ONLINE
                                                                 ■   Healthcare Corporate Compliance (page 23)
                                                                 ■   Law Firm Management (page 26)
                                                                 ■   Strategic Public Relations (page 47)
                                                                 ■   Sustainable Landscapes (page 24)
                                                                 ■   Tourism Administration (page 20)
                                                                 ■   Select courses in several programs (look for )

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                                    HOW TO REGISTER
                                        THE      CONVENIENCE                OF       GWEB



All registrations are conducted via GWeb.* The system will           GWeb Access to Student Records
enroll you in classes and automatically generate your schedule       The University provides students access to their student records
and bill. Additional features are described on page 7.               through the GWeb Information System at my.gwu.edu. To
Required to register by GWeb:                                        access GWeb, students must provide their nine-digit student
                                                                     identification number (GWid) and their six-digit personal
S T UDENT- ID
                                                                     identification number. Students are responsible for any changes
GW issues a system-generated ID (GWid) to new degree/                made using their student ID Number and PIN. Knowledge of
certificate or non-degree students. Your GWid is the letter ‘G’      your student identification number and PIN allows access to
followed by an 8-digit number. Students who are currently            your personal information, such as: address, telephone, registra-
admitted to, or enrolled in, degree/certificate programs are         tion, schedule, and grades, so keep these numbers as safe and
eligible to register automatically with their GWid using the         secure as you would your debit or credit card numbers.You
GWeb registration system. If you are a continuing student you        should not share your student identification number or PIN
may visit http://gwid.gwu.edu/ to retrieve your GWid.                with others. It is strongly recommended that you change your
                                                                     PIN the first time you access GWeb. Select six numbers that
PI N                                                                 you can easily remember.
New students are assigned a 6-digit PIN made up of their birth
month, day, and year (i.e. 012278). This number, together with the              How to register using GWeb
nine-digit student identification number (or GWid), creates a                   For up-to-date class schedules, please visit:
unique combination designed to ensure private access to your file.                            GWU .E DU / ~SC H E DU L E
It is extremely important that this number be kept confidential.
You are strongly encouraged to change your PIN, which you              1 . A C C E SS H T T P :/ / M Y.GWU .E DU . Select the GWeb Info

may do through GWeb, by selecting six numbers you can easily           System link. On the User Login page, enter your nine-
remember. For assistance call Banner Security at (202) 994-0567.       digit student ID number (GWid) and your six-digit PIN
                                                                       and click ‘Login.’
NEW S T UD ENT S
                                                                       2. NAVIGATE TO THE FALL REGISTRATION SCREEN.
New students who wish to take a course at GW without
entering a degree program must complete the Application for            At the main menu click on ‘Student Records &
Non-Degree Admission at http://www.gwu.edu/~ous/. There                Registration Menu,’ then ‘Registration Menu,’ then
is a $25 non-refundable application fee to be paid on-line             ‘Register, Drop and/or Add Classes.’ You will be prompt-
when submitting the application. You will be emailed by the            ed for a term. Select Fall 2011.
end of two business days with instructions to retrieve your            3 . E N T E R YOU R C OU RSE RE F E RE N C E N U M BE RS ( C R N S ) .
GWid at http://gwid.gwu.edu/. You will need your GWid to               Simply enter your desired Course Reference Numbers
register via GWeb.                                                     (CRNs) into the numbered boxes and click on ‘Submit
New students who have applied to a degree or certificate pro-          Changes.’ You will immediately see if you have been suc-
gram and have accepted the offer of admission, may view their          cessfully registered, or if there are any problems with
GWid by logging back into the online application system at             your selections.
www.gwu.edu/gradapply using their PIN and password. You
                                                                       4. EDIT YOUR SELECTIONS.      You may add additional
will also receive your GWid in your acceptance letter from the
                                                                       CRNs by entering them into the numbered boxes.You
admissions office of the school to which you have applied. If
                                                                       may drop courses by selecting ‘Web Drop’ in the ‘Action’
you are unable to view your GWid in the online application
                                                                       column next to the appropriate course. If any of your
system or have not received it and cannot register, please
contact the appropriate admissions office.                             courses have a range of credit hours, you will automati-
                                                                       cally be registered for the lowest number of credits. If you
*The GWeb info system will be available from 7:00 am to                wish to change the credits, return to the ‘Registration
                                                                       Menu’ and select ‘Change Credit Hours.’
10:00 pm, including weekends and holidays. Occasionally the
system may be made unavailable during regular hours for system                                           When you are finished,
                                                                       5 . C ON F I RM YOU R RE GI ST RAT I ON .

maintenance and upgrades. These periods will be advertised             review your schedule for accuracy. You may wish to print
in advance on the Office of the Registrar homepage -                   your schedule by selecting the appropriate button at the
http://www.gwu.edu/~regweb                                             bottom of the same page.



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Important Reminders                                                                             If you are a degree candidate and
                                                                         DE GRE E C A N DI DAT E S:
■ C HECK Y O UR R EG ISTRATI ON DATE S.                                  cannot register via GWeb, please contact the program
■ I F Y O U A R E A NEW STUDE NT ,
                              you must have a GWid to regis-             department to resolve the problem.
  ter via GWeb.You will need to complete either an Application           N ON -DE GRE E ST U DE N T S: If you have completed the
  for Degree/Certificate at www.gwu.edu/gradapply and be                 non-degree application, submitted the $25 non-degree
  admitted or complete an Application for Non-Degree                     application fee, and have not received your GWid in
  Admission at http://www.gwu.edu/nondegree.                             two business days, please email the Office of Non-
■ CHECK Y O UR CO UR SE RE FE RE NCE NUM BE RS.    Make sure you         Degree Students at onds@gwu.edu.
  use the correct Course Reference Number (CRN)
  for each of your courses. This is the five-digit number that        Other GWeb Features
  identifies the department, course and section you are
                                                                      H OL DS ON YOU R A C C OU N T
  selecting when you use the registration system. Since Course
  Reference Numbers change each semester, it is important             Some circumstances such as outstanding financial obligations,
  to use the current GW Off-Campus Programs catalog to                fines for overdue GW library books, and failure to obtain
  select your courses, or refer to the web site, www.gwu.             academic advising when required will cause you to be denied
  edu/~schedule for the most current listing of courses.              access to the registration system. When registering, the system
■ K EEP Y O UR ID NUMBE RS CONFI DE NTI AL.  Your PIN, when           will alert you to any outstanding holds on your records. A hold
  used in combination with your GWid, creates a unique code           can only be cleared by the office that placed it.
  that ensures private access to your registration records. It is     Students may login to GWeb prior to registration and check
  important that you keep this information confidential. If you       for “administrative holds” prior to attempting to register.
  believe your GWid and your PIN are being abused, please
                                                                      A DD/ DROP
  log into GWeb and change it. For assistance call Banner
  Security at (202) 994-0567.                                         Courses may be added or dropped through GWeb. Follow the
                                                                      same log-on procedures listed in the registration steps and follow
■ A DDRES S A ND T ELEP HONE NUM BE R UP DATE S.  It is a student’s   the instructions. Be sure to enter the course information carefully.
  responsibility to make certain that accurate postal address,
  telephone, and email information is on file at all times.           You may add or drop courses, or change sections within the
  Several different addresses can be maintained on your elec-         same course, during the initial registration period without any
  tronic file. However, you must provide specific address data        additional charge. Adjustments made during late registration or
  and instructions to ensure accuracy of this information. Your       after could incur late charges and reduce your tuition refund.
  contact information may be reviewed and changed with                See page 9 for the refund schedule.
  GWeb or by using the Change of Address Form at the end of
                                                                      GRA DE S
  this publication.
                                                                      Your personal student information, including grades, is available
Degree vs. Non-Degree Registration                                    on GWeb. Just follow the prompts for an Unofficial Transcript
                                                                      of your complete history.
Taking coursework as a non-degree student does not facilitate
admission to a degree or certificate program. For degree/
certificate admission information, please refer to the Admission/
                                                                                       Leave of Absence &
Application section of this publication or call the program
                                                                                      Continuous Enrollment
academic advisor. For non-degree admission, please refer to
NEW S T U DE N T S on the previous page.                                 Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or
                                                                         she is required to be continuously enrolled during each
                                                                         semester of the academic year (fall and spring semesters)
                Questions or Problems                                    until degree completion. Should a student break
  Call (202) 994-4900 or 1-800-526-5641 and speak to a                   enrollment, and not request and be granted a leave of
  registration assistant if you exper ience problems with the            absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must
  registration system or email regweb@gwu.edu. Other ques-               apply for readmission and, if granted, be subject to the
  tions may be directed to Student Administrative Services:              requirements and regulations then in force. For more
                (202) 496-6292 or (202) 496-6293                         information regarding continuous enrollment, leave of
                                                                         absence, graduation requirements and other University
                      in Washington, DC area
                                                                         policies please refer to The George Washington
           (703) 726-8204 – GW Virginia Science and
                                                                         University Bulletin — Graduate Programs 2010-2011.
                        Technology Campus                                The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states
             (757) 269-4949 in Hampton Roads, VA                         official academic policies governing degrees.
                 (804) 649-1333 in Richmond, VA


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                      APPLICATION FOR DEGREE OR
                       CERTIFICATE CANDIDACY
General Admission Information                                                     The following should be submitted electronically:
For persons who wish to apply for a Master’s, Education Special-                  ■ Completed application with electronic signature

ist, Doctoral Degree Program, or Graduate Certificate Program,                      Be sure to indicate the field of study and any concentration
the following information will be helpful in completing the                         for which you are applying.
application packet and preparing the required materials.                          ■ Non-refundable application fee of $60

                                                                                    The application fee can be paid online when submitting the
Complete details on the application process and admissions
                                                                                    online application or by mailing a check or money order.
requirements, as well as a link to the online application, are avail-
                                                                                    International applicants must pay the fee in U.S. dollars by credit
able online at www.gwu.edu/gradapply. If you have any ques-
                                                                                    card (online only), international money order, or check. Cash,
tions, please contact the graduate admissions office for your
                                                                                    international post money orders, or Eurochecks are not
intended field of study:
                                                                                    accepted. The fee is waived for GW alumni (those holding a
College of Professional Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        202-994-2083     GW degree or graduate certificate); current degree or graduate
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences . . . . . .                 202-994-6210     certificate candidates at GW; current McNair Program Scholars;
Graduate School of Education and                                                    and U.S. military personnel who have been on active duty with
  Human Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           202-994-6160     three years of submitting their application for admission.
Graduate School of Political Management . . . . .                  202-994-6000   ■ Statement of purpose

School of Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   202-994-6584     Instructions for the required length and content for the
School of Engineering and Applied Science . . . .                  202-994-1802     statement of purpose required by your specific program of
                                                                                    interest are listed on the Program Admission Information
Students who wish to take a course without entering a degree/
                                                                                    pages.
certificate program may enroll for courses by following registra-
                                                                                  ■ Letters of recommendation
tion procedures in the “How to Register” section of this publica-
                                                                                    Please review the Program Admission Information page for
tion unless otherwise restricted in the program description.
                                                                                    your specific field of interest to determine the number and
Admission Requirements                                                              type of recommendations required (academic vs. professional).
                                                                                  ■ Standardized test scores
Admissions requirements vary by program, but the following
                                                                                    The Program Admissions Information pages indicate
list briefly describes materials required for applicants to most
                                                                                    whether the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or
GW graduate programs. It is important to carefully review
                                                                                    Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is required
the detailed explanation of these materials, available online
                                                                                    by your program of interest and also lists the institutional
at www.gwu.edu/gradapply, as well as the specific require-
                                                                                    code required to have your scores sent to The George
ments for specific degree and graduate certificate programs
                                                                                    Washington University.
provided on the Program Admissions Information pages
(www.gwu.edu/gradapply).                                                          Details about additional materials and English language test scores
                                                                                  that may be required for international applicants are available
                                                                                  online at www.gwu.edu/gradintl.




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Application Procedures and Deadlines                               Admission Decisions
The application for admission is available online at               To be considered for admission, applicants should have aca-
www.gwu.edu/gradapply. The online system maintains your            demic backgrounds of excellence and must hold, at a mini-
confidentiality through the assignment of a personal identifica-   mum, a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S.
tion number, allows you to complete the application at your        institution of higher learning or an international institution
convenience, and to check the status of your application.          that is accredited by the country’s ministry of education or
                                                                   comparable government agency. Specific criteria and standards
Application deadlines vary by program and are listed on the
                                                                   for admission vary by school and program. Admissions deci-
Program Admission Information page for each field of study.
                                                                   sions are based on an evaluation of all components of the
Applications submitted after the stated deadline will be
                                                                   application, although not all are given equal weight in the
considered if space is available. Additional information
                                                                   decision-making process.
available on the Program Admissions Information pages
(www.gwu.edu/gradapply).                                           Most programs use a rolling admission process, evaluating
                                                                   applicants as soon as they are complete, but some programs
To prevent delays in processing your application, with the
                                                                   review all applications collectively after the admission deadline.
exception of official test scores, all materials that are not
                                                                   Processing applications usually takes four to six weeks.
submitted online with your application should be mailed to
the appropriate address noted on the Program Admission             Admission Offers
Information page, preferably in one envelope. Please note
                                                                   An offer of admission is valid for the semester stated in the
that applications will not be reviewed until they are
                                                                   admission letter. If you wish to postpone matriculation, you
complete.
                                                                   must submit a written request for deferral to the appropriate
All applications and supporting documents become the               admissions office. Policies regarding deferment of attendance
property of The George Washington University and cannot be         vary by school.
returned. The University considers applicant information to be
confidential.




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                                   TUITION AND FEES
Invoices and Schedules                                             C RE DI T C A RDS


About six weeks prior to the start of the semester or upon         Credit card payments must be accompanied by the Credit Card
registration, whichever is later, you will receive an email to     Payment Form found at the end of this publication, and your
your GW email address advising you that you can see your           payment coupon. Please fax, mail or deliver in person to:
billing invoice online. The university no longer mails a paper              The George Washington University/Cashier’s Office
statement. To access your invoice, sign into GWeb and under                 Colonial Central
the Student Accounts Menu, click on Student Account ebill.                  800 21st Street, NW, Ground Floor
Our billing system allows you to pay online, view your student              Washington, DC 20052
account activity and statements, set up authorized users, and               Fax: (202) 994-0578
store your banking information for payments and refunds. Your
tuition due date is printed on the PDF statement. You may          ON L I N E PAYM E N T S

print out this invoice for your records. Your class schedule can   Payments using a checking or savings account can be made
be seen on GWeb on the Registration menu.                          online. Go to GWeb, Student Account Menu, Student Account
For questions on your course schedule, including discrepancies     ebill to make a payment or to http://ColonialCentral.gwu.edu to
between this publication and the schedule on the Registration      make a payment.
menu, please call the office of Student Administrative Services.
                                                                   M ON T H LY PAYM E N T P L A N
Phone numbers are on the following page.
                                                                   Students have the option to spread out their fall semester
Payment Information                                                tuition payments over five months. Payments begin in June
                                                                   and end in October. There is a sign-up fee to use this
Payment for tuition and fees must be received by the first day
                                                                   option. GW has partnered with ECSI to manage the
of the semester or upon registration, whichever is later. You
                                                                   Monthly Payment Plan. To sign up, please visit
may pay by check, money order, MasterCard, or Visa. Credit
                                                                   http://ColonialCentral.gwu.edu/billing/PaymentPlan/.
card payments are accepted only by mail, fax, or in person;
telephone requests are not permitted. Checks or money orders       Enrollment begins in June.
should be made payable to The George Washington University,
                                                                   E M P L OYE R V OU C H E RS
and should include your student identification number in the
upper left-hand corner. Tuition and fees should be sent to the     The University accepts employer vouchers or purchase orders
Cashier’s Office. Payment is not accepted at off-campus sites.     that are not contingent on the receipt of grades. Please mail
                                                                   vouchers or purchase orders with your payment coupon to
                                                                   Student Accounts Services, 44983 Knoll Sq., Suite 280,
                                                                   Ashburn, VA 20147, or fax to (202) 994-8968. Any amount not
   Information in this Schedule of Classes is generally
                                                                   paid by the sponsor remains the responsibility of the student.
   accurate as of June 2011. The University reserves the
                                                                   Vouchers must be submitted by June 3, 2011 for the
   right to change programs, courses, hours, tuition, fees,
                                                                   Summer semester.
   instructors, activities, and the academic calendar, or to
   make other changes deemed necessary or desirable,               V E T E RA N S BE N E F I T S

   giving advance notice of change when possible.                  Information regarding veterans education benefits may be
   All information online supersedes information previously        obtained from the Veterans Benefits Office, Foggy Bottom
   published in this Schedule of Classes. New courses and          Campus. Students should contact us at vetserve@gwu.edu.
   classes will be added as the need arises. Students              GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus students
   should check the Schedule of Classes on the web at              should contact (703) 726-8204, nvcjrl@va.gwu.edu. Hampton
   www.gwu.edu/~schedule for current information.                  Roads and Richmond students contact (757) 269-2230,
                                                                   jlpincus@gwu.edu.




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Those students who are veterans and requesting benefits must                RE T U RN E D C H E C K F E E S

communicate their status to the Veterans Benefits Office, at                Any student whose check is improperly drafted, incomplete, or
least 30 days prior to course start date, in order to obtain an             returned by the bank for any reason is subject to a $35 non-
advance payment from the VA. Payment takes approximately                    refundable fee.
6-8 weeks. Additional information may be found at
                                                                            V OL U N TA RY L I BRA RY F E E
http://colonialcentral.gwu.edu/Registrar/veteranservices/.
                                                                            Your invoice contains a Voluntary Library Gift for the
Refunds                                                                     University libraries. If you do not wish to make this contribu-
For authorized withdrawals and program adjustments, tuition                 tion, you can omit this from your payment. You can go to the
and fees will be adjusted according to the following schedule:              payment tab on the Student Account ebill and click the link
        From the day of the first class until                               “Explain Library Gift” and decline the gift. If you are paying
        the day before the third class . . . . . . . . . . . . 90%          by check, check the box on the printed statement coupon
                                                                            “Library Gift Decline”.
        From the day of the third class until
        the day before the fifth class. . . . . . . . . . . . . 50%         OT H E R F E E S


        On and after the day of the fifth class . . . . . None              Some courses carry additional fees, such as a laboratory or
                                                                            material fee, charged by semester as indicated in course
    GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus refunds are                   descriptions and the Schedule of Classes. For a complete list
    handled the same as on-campus. Please see the printed                   of University fees please refer to the “Fees and Financial
    Graduate Bulletin or go to www.gwu.edu/~bulletin/                       Regulations” section in the current Graduate Bulletin.
    grad/fefr.html for complete Withdrawals and Refund
    policies.                                                               Student Accounts Office Hours
                                                                            The Student Accounts Office in Colonial Central, Ground
                                                                            Floor Marvin Center, is open for in-person visits Monday –
Fees                                                                        Friday from 8:30am – 7:00pm and 8:30am – 5:30pm during
R E G I S T R AT IO N FEES                                                  summer hours. The Marvin Center is at 800 21st Street, NW.
                                                                            Telephone hours are from 8:30 am – 5:00pm Monday – Friday.
The registration fee is non-refundable and is charged once for
                                                                            Hours are subject to change.
each semester.
        During regularly scheduled                                          ST U DE N T A C C OU N T S OF F I C E

        registration period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35
                                                                            Phone: (202) 994-7350
        Late registration: during and after                                 Fax: (703) 726-1099 or (202) 994-8968
        the first week of the semester. . . . . . . . . . . . . $80         E-mail: sao@gwu.edu
                                                                            Web: colonialcentral.gwu.edu
L ATE CHA R GES

Unpaid balances are subject to an annual finance charge of                  Student Administrative Services
12%. The University mails monthly bills for all unpaid balances.            For scheduling and billing questions contact:
A financial hold will be placed on past due accounts, which                 DC area: (202) 496-6292 or (202) 496-6293
will result in grades, registration access, transcripts, certificates,      GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus: (703) 726-8204
and diplomas being held until full payment is received.                     Hampton Roads: (757) 269-4949
                                                                            Richmond: (804) 649-1333
L ATE PAY MENT FEE
                                                                            Between the hours of 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday
A late fee of $75 is assessed if the account balance is greater
than $150 on past due accounts.




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                                         FINANCIAL AID
                                                           OPTIONS



As a GW student there are several types of financial assistance   The difference between a Direct Stafford Subsidized Loan and a
programs available to you. Some of the most common forms of       Direct Stafford Unsubsidized Loan is that the federal govern-
financial assistance include:                                     ment pays the interest that accrues on a Subsidized Stafford loan
                                                                  while a student is enrolled in a degree-seeking program at least
Employer-Provided Assistance                                      half-time. Conversely, the student is responsible for the interest,
Tuition benefits paid by employers are often overlooked. Many     which accrues on an Unsubsidized Stafford Loan while they are
organizations will pay for all or part of your education if the   in school. Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loan eligibility
classes you take will enhance your job performance or prepare     is, in part, determined by information submitted on the Free
you for a promotion.                                              Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The eligibility requirements vary depending on your employer.     H OW T O A P P LY F OR A F E DE RA L DI RE C T STA F F ORD L O A N

You should speak with your employer early to determine if         Step 1: Complete the 2011-2012 Free Application for Federal
your organization provides these benefits and how much of         Student Aid (FAFSA). GW’s code is 001444.
your tuition it will cover. Tuition benefits will reduce the
amount of other aid you need.                                     Step 2:Complete the 2011-2012 GW Loan Questionnaire
                                                                  and mail to: The George Washington University, Office of
Veterans Programs                                                 Student Financial Assistance, Colonial Central Ground Floor,
                                                                  Marvin Center 800 21st Street, NW Washington DC, 20052
Information on services offered for GW students with
military experience may be found through the Office of            (Note: a GW Loan Questionnaire must be submitted each
Veteran Services, located in Colonial Central. A Veteran          time a Direct Stafford Loan is requested, see note above if form
Services staff member may be contacted by phone at (202)          does not appear.)
994-9570 or e-mail vetserve@gwu.edu. Additional informa-
                                                                  Step 3:  Federal Direct Stafford Loan Master Promissory
tion, including the new Post-9/11 Bill’s Yellow Ribbon
                                                                  Note (MPN) – Due to the transition to Direct Lending, all
Program, may be found on the Veteran Services web page
                                                                  Stafford Loan borrowers are required to complete new
http://colonialcentral.gwu.edu/Registrar/VeteranServices/.
                                                                  Master Promissory Notes. This can be done online at
                                                                  studentloans.gov. We have heard from some students that
Federal Direct Stafford Loans
                                                                  have expressed difficulty with the site when using various
Graduate students at The George Washington University may         browsers on the Macintosh platform and Google Chrome
borrow up to $20,500 in Subsidized and Unsubsidized Federal       browser on others. If you experience any problems or have
Direct Stafford Loan funds per academic year based on the num-    trouble completing the MPN online call 800-4-FED-AID
ber of credit hours they plan to take. Students who feel they     for assistance with the MPN process.
need more than the $20,500 maximum may wish to seek a
Federal Direct Graduate PLUS loan or private alternative loans    *If you request that a paper copy of the MPN be sent to you for
to further finance their educational costs.                       completion, there are more steps involved before your Direct Loan can
                                                                  be approved and disbursed, possibly causing delays in receiving your
To be eligible for Federal Direct Stafford or Federal Direct      loan funds.
Graduate PLUS, a student must be attending at least half-time,
and admitted to a degree seeking graduate program.                Step 4: All first-time borrowers at GW must complete an
                                                                  entrance interview regarding their rights and responsibilities as
                                                                  Federal Stafford Loan borrowers. Entrance counseling can be
                                                                  completed at studentloans.gov.
                                                                  (Note: During processing, additional documentation may be
                                                                  required. We will contact you in writing should this need
                                                                  arise.)




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Direct Graduate PLUS Loan                                             Step 2:  Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Master Promissory
                                                                      Note (MPN) - Due to the transition to Direct Lending, all
Graduate students may borrower up to the full cost of educa-
                                                                      Direct PLUS Loan borrowers are required to complete new
tion, including tuition, fees, estimated living, book and trans-
                                                                      Master Promissory Notes. This can be done online at
portation expenses, less any financial assistance received, using
                                                                      studentloans.gov. We have heard from some students that have
the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS loan. This loan is a federally
                                                                      expressed difficulty with the site when using various browsers
sponsored education loan for graduate students. We will not be
                                                                      on the Macintosh platform and Google Chrome browser on
able to certify your Federal Direct Graduate PLUS application
                                                                      others. If you experience any problems or have trouble com-
until you apply for the Stafford Loan.
                                                                      pleting the MPN online call 800-4-FED-AID for assistance
Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans have a fixed interest rate         with the MPN process.
of 7.9% as set by the federal government, so you can borrow
                                                                      *If you request that a paper copy of the MPN be sent to you for
for your education without worrying about increases in inter-
                                                                      completion, there are more steps involved before your Direct Loan
est rates and monthly payments. A minimum credit check is
required for all Federal Direct Graduate PLUS borrowers. If           can be approved and disbursed, possibly causing delays in receiving
you are not eligible based on your own credit rating, you may         your loan funds.
become eligible if you obtain an endorser for the loan.               Step 3:  Complete the 2011-2012 GW Loan Questionnaire.
To apply you must complete the federal aid application                If you are applying for both Federal Direct Stafford Loan and
(FAFSA) request for the maximum Direct Stafford Loan for              Federal Direct Graduate PLUS, indicate loan requested
which you are eligible. Due to the transition to William D.           amounts for both loans on the same Loan Questionnaire and
Ford Direct Loan Program, a Federal Direct Graduate PLUS              mail to: The George Washington University, Office of Student
Master Promissory Note(MPN) must be completed by all                  Financial Assistance, Colonial Central Ground Floor, Marvin
applicants, even if you have borrowed a Graduate PLUS loan            Center 800 21st Street, NW Washington DC, 20052.
previously at GW. Please follow the directions below.                 Step 4: All first-time borrowers at GW must complete an
                                                                      entrance interview regarding their rights and responsibilities as
HO W T O A PPLY FO R A DI RE CT GRADUATE P LUS
                                                                      Federal Stafford Loan borrowers. Entrance counseling can be
Step 1:  Follow steps (1-3) for the Direct Stafford Loan since        completed at studentloan.gov.
the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS program requires institu-
                                                                      (Note: During processing additional documentation may be
tions to determine each student’s eligibility for the Direct
                                                                      required. We will contact you in writing should this need
Stafford before processing a Federal Direct Graduate PLUS
                                                                      arise.)
application.




     For more information visit the Financial Aid web site at: gwired.gwu.edu/finaid-g.

     T O C O N TA C T B Y E M AI L :                                T O C O N TA C T BY PH O N E:

     finaid@gwu.edu                                                 (202) 994-6620

     T O C O N TA C T B Y M AI L :                                  Because the Office of Student Financial Assistance has a
     The Office of Student Financial Assistance                     very high volume of calls, it is best to email the office with
     The George Washington University                               specific questions at the email address above. If you must
     Colonial Central                                               urgently speak with a Financial Aid Counselor, use the
     800 21st Street, NW                                            number above. Generally the best times to call are
     Marvin Center, Ground Floor                                    Wednesday and Thursday (all day) and Friday (mornings).
     Washington, DC 20052




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                                   STUDENT SERVICES
Student Email Accounts                                             ■ BORROW A N D RE N E W L I BRA RY M AT E RI A L S

                                                                     Registered GW off-campus graduate students can
As a registered GW student you may secure a free email
                                                                     have library materials delivered to them from the
account on the GWMail system. A GW email account is
                                                                     Gelman Library System via the Web and FedEx. Go to
necessary to access Blackboard, MyGW (GWEB) and to receive
                                                                     http://www.gelman.gwu.edu/services/off-campus-student-
important information from the University. GW email can be
                                                                     services and click Request books and articles.
received through POP or IMAP through your local mail client.
                                                                   ■ ON L I N E DATA BA SE S A N D RE SOU RC E S
Messages can also be forwarded to another email account
through the GW Account Management Console.                           The ALADIN Research Portal is your access point to all
                                                                     our online databases. Find articles, statistics, ebooks and more.
To create your account, log on to http://gwired.gwu.edu/sts/         To see a list of all databases by subject, click the Articles and
support/accounts/netid/ and follow the directions to Create          Databases link off our homepage (www.gelman.gwu.edu).
NetID. If you encounter problems or require further assistance,
                                                                      GLS library items, including materials from Himmelfarb
contact the Help Desk at http://helpdesk.gwu.edu, email at
                                                                      Health Sciences Library and Burns Law Library, in addition
ithelp@gwu.edu, or by phone at 202-994-5530 (option 1).
                                                                      to materials owned by the member libraries of the
GWorld Card                                                           Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC), are
                                                                      listed in the ALADIN catalog (http://catalog.wrlc.org).
All registered GW Off-Campus Programs students are eligible
                                                                   ■ RE F E RE N C E SE RV I C E S A N D A SK-A -L I BRA RI A N
for a GWorld card. The GWorld card office is located in the
                                                                     Librarians can help you create search strategies and find effective
Marvin Center, 800 21st Street, NW, Room 501. Call (202)
                                                                     resources. Get help online, in-person, via chat or by phone!
994-1795 to confirm hours of operation before traveling to DC.
                                                                     Visit www.gelman.gwu.edu/help/reference/ask-a-librarian.
GWorld cards are also available at the GW Virginia Science and       You can also learn how to use our resources without
Technology Campus at the Security Desk in ENTPRS on                  having to ask by using our “How Do I?” mini-tutorials at
Knoll Square, Monday-Friday 9am-3:30pm. Call (703) 726-3511          http://www.gelman.gwu.edu/help/DIY.
to confirm hours of operation.
                                                                   ■ RE SE A RC H GU I DE S A N D A SSI STA N C E A P P OI N T M E N TS

HO U RS O F O PERAT IO N                                             Research guides at libguides.gwu.edu are good starting
                                                                     places for research, providing annotated lists of important
Monday-Thursday 8:30am-6:00pm
                                                                     information sources for specific subject areas. You can
Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
                                                                     also make an individual or small group appointment
Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-2:00pm
                                                                     for in-depth research consultation with a librarian at
The George Washington University                                     http://www.gwu.edu/gelman/ref/appoint.html.
Libraries                                                          ■ L I BRA RY I N ST RU C T I ON SE RV I C E S

                                                                     Faculty may set up instruction for a group to learn how
The GW Libraries provide faculty and students, regardless of
                                                                     to use library resources by visiting http://www.gelman.gwu.
location, with services and resources for curricular, research,
                                                                     edu/services/library-instruction.
and information purposes. To enter the library, students
must present a current, valid GWorld Card. To access online        A DDI T I ON A L RE SOU RC E S

resources from off campus, students must login with their last     GW students may use their GWorld Card to enter and check
name and GWID.                                                     out items from any of the other GLS libraries (Eckles and
L I B RA RY S ER VICES FOR OFF-CAM P US/ONLI NE STUDE NTS
                                                                   GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus) and any of the
                                                                   WRLC libraries (American University, Catholic University,
As a registered GW student, you have access to the following
                                                                   Gallaudet University, George Mason University, Georgetown
services both in person and via the library website,
                                                                   University, Marymount University, University of D.C., and
http://www.gelman.gwu.edu.
                                                                   Trinity University).




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GW graduate students also have access and borrowing                SU M M E R H OU RS

privileges at CIRLA libraries (Georgetown University, Howard       Monday-Thursday 9:00am-6:00pm
University, Johns Hopkins University, Library of Congress,         Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
National Agricultural Library, Smithsonian Institution,            Closed Saturdays & Sundays
University of Delaware, and University of Maryland) using
the CIRLA Direct Borrowers’ Form. Contact the circulation          OR, IF YOU PREFER, YOU CAN HAVE YOUR BOOKS DELIVERED:
desk at librcir@gwu.edu for more information.
                                                                   1. Visit www.gwu.bkstr.com on the Web
In addition, you may also borrow materials from a network of       2. Use the order form at the end of this publication
national libraries through our interlibrary loan service. See      3. Call the Bookstore at (202) 994-6870 or 1-800-582-0777
www.gelman.gwu.edu/services/interlibrary-loan for more                and identify yourself as an off-campus student
details.
                                                                   L A N DSC A P E DE SI GN BOOKS A RE AVA I L A BL E AT
L I B RA RY HO URS & CONTACT I NFORM ATI ON
                                                                   Reiters Bookstore
Gelman Library building and service desk hours are available       1900 G St., NW
on our website at www.gelman.gwu.edu/about/facilities/hours        Washington DC (www.reiters.com)
or via recorded message at 202-994-6845.                           (202) 223-3327
The Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library                              Regular hours
2130 H Street, NW                                                  Monday-Thursday 9:30am-7:30pm
Washington, DC 20052                                               Friday 9:30am-7:00pm
Tel. (main line): 202-994-6558                                     Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm
Tel. (reference desk): 202-994-6048
                                                                   Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
AIM: GelmanInfo
Distance Education Librarian: Debbie Bezanson                      Other Facilities and Services
Tel: 202-994-1357                                                  DI SA BI L I T Y SU P P ORT SE RV I C E S
E-mail: bezanson@email.gwu.edu
                                                                   The Office of Disability Support Services is located in Rice
AIM: Debbie BGLS
                                                                   Hall at 2121 I Street, NW, Room 401 and can be reached at
GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus Library                  (202) 994-8250 (TDD/Voice). This office arranges accessible
ENTPRS, Room 179                                                   parking for students while on campus as well as develops and
44983 Knoll Square                                                 coordinates GW Off-Campus Programs and services that meet
Ashburn, VA 20147                                                  the needs of students with disabilities.
Tel. 703-726-8230
                                                                   I N T E RN AT I ON A L ST U DE N T S
www.gelman.gwu.edu/virginia
GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus Library                  The International Services Office is located at 2033 K Street,
   Director: Douglas Carroll                                       NW, Suite 310, and can be reached at (202) 994-4477. This
GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus Reference                office provides assistance and information to the international
   Librarian: Laura Khouvongsavanh                                 community including orientation and cross-cultural programs,
                                                                   advice and counseling on a variety of issues, immigration
GW Bookstore                                                       information and assistance, and information on government
You can purchase textbooks, computer software, or supplies at      regulations and requirements specific to international students.
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                     ADDITIONAL GRADUATE
                   EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
                                 The George Washington University Main Campus

The George Washington University’s main campus, located in                The George Washington University
the center of Washington, DC, offers more than 200 master’s,                 Law School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   (202) 994-7230
doctoral, and graduate certificate programs in various fields of          Graduate School of Education and
study. For further information, please contact (202) 994-3900 or             Human Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           (202)   994-6160
the individual school listed below.                                       Graduate School of Political Management . . .                 (202)   994-6000
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College of Professional Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . (202) 994-2083    School of Engineering and Applied Science . .                 (202)   994-3096
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          The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus

The George Washington University Virginia Science and                     U N DERGRA DU AT E PRO GRA MS

Technology Campus is the region’s fastest-growing research                School of Medicine and Health Sciences
and technology campus. Located in Loudoun County, the                     Health Sciences, B.S. (Pharmacogenomics) . . . (703) 726-3575
100-acre campus offers academic and research initiatives in               Second Degree Bachelors of Science
transportation safety and security, public health and homeland               in Nursing BSN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (703) 726-4498
security, professional and executive education, and informa-              GRA DU AT E PRO GRA MS
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located in Ashburn just 12 miles from Tysons Corner in the
                                                                          For Further information please contact:
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Airport.                                                                  45085 University Blvd., Ashburn, VA 20147
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                                              The George Washington University
   Since its founding in 1821, The George Washington University          the heart of the nation’s capital, GW offers access to a wide
   has been one of the nation’s leading institutions of higher           range of outstanding educational and professional resources.
   education. Today, GW consists of nine schools, all of which are
                                                                         Today, The George Washington University provides a wide
   pioneers in their fields.
                                                                         choice of graduate and certificate programs, conveniently
   The George Washington University attracts some of the best and        scheduled and located throughout the Washington metropoli-
   brightest students from across the nation and around the world.       tan and southern Virginia areas to meet the needs of busy
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                               UNIVERSITY POLICIES
Right to Dismiss Students                                          University Policy on Equal Opportunity
The right is reserved by the University to dismiss or exclude      The George Washington University does not unlawfully
any student from the University, or from any class or classes,     discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color,
whenever, in the interest of the student or the University, the    religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or
University Administration deems it advisable.                      sexual orientation. This policy covers all programs, services,
                                                                   policies, and procedures of the University, including admission
Right to Change Rules                                              to education programs and employment. The University is
The University reserves the right to modify or change require-     subject to the District of Columbia Human Rights Act.
ments, rules, and fees. Such regulations shall go into force
                                                                   Inquiries concerning the application of this policy and Federal
whenever the proper authorities may determine.
                                                                   laws and regulations regarding discrimination in education
Course Schedules                                                   and employment programs and activities may be addressed to
                                                                   Susan B. Kaplan, Associate Vice President for Human
It is the students’ responsibility to check our web site at
                                                                   Resources, The George Washington University, Washington,
www.gwu.edu/~schedule for course schedule changes.
                                                                   DC 20052, (202) 994-4433, or to the Assistant Secretary for
Academic Integrity                                                 Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education.

The University community, in order to fulfill its purposes, must   Persons with disabilities requiring further information should
establish and maintain guidelines on academic behavior. All        contact the Office of Disability Support Services at (202) 994-
members of the community are expected to exhibit honesty           8250 (TDD/voice).
and competence in their academic work. Incoming students
                                                                   University Policy on
have a special responsibility to acquaint themselves with, and
                                                                   Release of Student Information
make use of, all proper procedures for doing research, writing
papers, and taking examinations.                                   The University may release the following directory informa-
                                                                   tion upon request: name, local address, (including email),
Members of the community will be presumed to be familiar
                                                                   telephone numbers, likenesses used in University publications
with the proper academic procedures and held responsible for
                                                                   including photographs, name and address of emergency
applying them. Deliberate failure to act in accordance with
                                                                   contact, dates of attendance, school or division of enrollment,
such procedures will be considered academic dishonesty.
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Acts of academic dishonesty are a legal, moral, and intellectual
                                                                   earned, honors received, participation in University-recognized
offense against the community and will be prosecuted through
                                                                   organizations and activities (including intercollegiate athletics),
the proper University channels.
                                                                   and height, weight, and age of members of athletic teams.
Copies of the Code of Academic Integrity can be obtained
                                                                   Any student who does not wish directory information released
from all departmental chairs, all academic deans, the Registrar,
                                                                   must file written notice to this effect in the Office of the
and the Vice President for Academic Affairs, or at www.gwu.
                                                                   Registrar. The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
edu/~ntegrity/code.html.
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International Students                                             These rights include:

New international students must bring all immigration docu-        1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education
ments to the International Services Office (2033 K Street, NW,        record within 45 days of the day the University receives a
Suite 310) and have their program approved by an academic             request for access. Students should submit to the University
advisor prior to registering. Students should contact                 Registrar, dean, head of the academic department, or other
International Services at (202) 994-4477 for additional               appropriate official, written requests that identify the record(s)
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   arrangements for access and notify the student of the time         4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of
   and place where the records may be inspected. If the records          Education concerning alleged failures by the University to
   are not maintained by the University official to whom the             comply with the requirements of FERPA. Complaints
   request was submitted, that official shall advise the student of      should be filed in writing to the following address:
   the correct official to whom the request should be addressed.
                                                                            Family Policy Compliance Office
2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s educa-               U.S. Department of Education
   tion records that the student believes are inaccurate or mis-            400 Maryland Avenue, SW
   leading. Students may ask the University to amend a record               Washington, DC 20202-4605
   that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should
   write the University official responsible for the record,          Students Called to Active Military Duty
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   and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the             National Guard and is activated or called to active duty early in
   University decides not to amend the record as requested by         a semester or fall session automatically will be entitled to a full
   the student, the University will notify the student of the         refund of all tuition and fees that he or she has paid toward the
   decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hear-     expenses of that academic term. If the notification of the call
   ing regarding the request for amendment. Additional infor-         to active duty comes after mid-term examinations or after
   mation regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to        other substantial grade work has been completed, the student
   the student when notified of the right to a hearing.               will have the option of either taking a full refund of tuition
                                                                      and fees or taking an incomplete in his or her courses with the
3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable
                                                                      privilege of returning to complete all required coursework at
   information contained in the student’s education records,
                                                                      some future date without payment of any further tuition and
   except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure
                                                                      fee charges. It is the responsibility of the student to present
   without consent. One exception which permits disclosure
                                                                      evidence of his or her activation to the Office of Student
   without consent is disclosure to school officials with legiti-
                                                                      Accounts and to request the appropriate refund.
   mate educational interests. A school official is a person
   employed by the University in an administrative, super-            Should a degree student called up for active duty find it neces-
   visory, academic, research, or support staff position (includ-     sary to interrupt active pursuit of the degree, he or she may
   ing law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a per-       petition the dean for a leave of absence for a specified period
   son or company with whom the University has contracted             of time, generally limited to one calendar year. Deans are
   (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person      encouraged to grant any request to extend the leave of absence
   serving on the Board of Trustees; or a student serving on an       for longer than the customary period should military service
   official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance com-       require an absence of more than one year.
   mittee, or assisting another school official in performing his
                                                                      All students on active duty will be automatically exempted
   or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational
                                                                      from the request for a $50 voluntary library contribution with-
   interest if the official needs to review an education record
                                                                      out requiring any communication from them or their initials
   in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon
                                                                      on the bill.
   request, the University discloses education records without
   consent to officials of another school in which a student
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                           ACCELERATED              MASTER         OF



                           TOURISM ADMINISTRATION
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Online Distance Learning Program
                           With Inaugural and Capstone Residency Weeks in the Washington, DC metropolitan area

                           The Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management, recognized for 35 years of quality graduate education
                           and research in tourism, offers its highly successful master’s degree program in Tourism Administration in an online
                           distance learning format. The Accelerated Master of Tourism Administration (AMTA) program meets the changing
                           education and career development requirements of tourism professionals with schedules designed for working
                           adults through online lectures, assignments, and discussions regardless of where they live or work. Students may
                           select from one of three primary concentration areas: Event and Meeting Management, Sustainable Destination
                           Management, or Individualized Studies.
                           AMTA students enrolled in the Event and Meeting Management concentration will develop advanced skills in the
                           coordination of conferences, expositions, festivals, reunions, and other types of events. The Sustainable Destination
                           Management concentration focuses on the comparative advantage and competitive positioning of tourist destinations,
                           including ecotourism, cultural heritage management, and sustainable tourism considerations. The AMTA program
                           features individualized guidance based upon personal and career goals.
                           Inaugural and Capstone Residencies for AMTA students are offered on GW’s Main Campus – Foggy Bottom.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                                                              Senior Ma rk e t ing a nd Recruitment S pecialis t:            Antonio Beckley
                                                                                                                             (202) 994-2110
                                                                                                                             amta@gwu.edu

                           Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date               Day(s)     Time              Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                           TSTD 6249       DE      95198 Sustainable Destination          3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400     S. Elliott          DL
                                                         Development

                           TSTD 6251       DE      95201 Quantitative Applications        3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400     Yu                  DL
                                                         in Tourism/Hospitality
                                                         Management

                           TSTD 6261       DE      95279 Destination Planning             3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400     Wayne               DL

                           TSTD 6263       DE      90739 Destination Marketing            3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400     Bowen               DL

                           TSTD 6266       DE      96280 Sport and Event
                                                         Facility Management              3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400                         DL

                           TSTD 6277       DE      95080 Event Management                 3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400                         DL

                           TSTD 6279       DE      96281 Event Entertainment              3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400     Rosen               DL
                                                         Management

                           TSTD 6280       DE      93197 Cultural Tourism                 1    Oct 17-Dec 2 Online                             $800       Corkern             DL

                           TSTD 6280       DE1     96739 Community Based Tourism          1    Sep 6-Oct 17      Online                        $800       Luna-Kelser         DL

                           TSTD 6297       DE      96282 Advanced Topical Studies         3    Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $2,400     Bowen               DL

                           TSTD 6298       DE      92594 Directed Reading                1-3   Sep 16-Dec 2      Online                        $800-      Bowen               DL
                                                         and Research                                                                          $2,400
                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                           2   Subject to Department approval.

                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
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                                                                                                            k
 BACHELOR’S DEGREE COMPLETION         W
                                  NERAM!
                                 PROG
 PROGRAM IN INTEGRATED




                                                                                                                                              METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                              METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 INFORMATION, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY
 WITH       TRACKS        IN    BIOTECHNOLOGY              AND   INFORMATION        SYSTEMS      AND   TECHNOLOGY


 Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington


 Developed by GW’s College of Professional Studies, this bachelor’s degree completion program is for the individual
 who currently holds an associate’s degree, or has earned at least 60 credit hours towards their undergraduate degree.
 This program is designed to act as ones junior and senior years of undergraduate study and is to be completed
 within two years, over the course of 5 consecutive semesters.
 Student coursework will consist of 32 hours of foundational courses, which are taken during the first three semesters
 (Fall, Spring and Summer) or the equivalent of ones junior year, and 28 credit hours in either one of two tracks:
 Biotechnology or Information Systems and Technology, to be taken in the equivalent of one’s senior year.
 Courses include:
 ■ Ethics and its Role in Science and Technology

 ■ Entrepreneurship and Commercialization of Technology

 ■ Legislative affairs and Governmental processes

 ■ Capstone Project/Senior Thesis for either the Biotechnology or Information Systems and Technology track


 Potential Career Opportunities:
 Biotechnology                                        Information Systems and Technology
 Electronics                                          Testing
 Sensors                                              Systems Integration
 Vaccines                                             Software Development
 Biochemistry                                         Entrepreneurship
                                                      Consulting
 Classes will be held in a cohort format at the Graduate Education Center, Arlington.
 See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 Pro g r a m D i re c t or:   Dr. Sara Hooshangi                          S enior Marketing and       Carmen Session
                              (202) 994-1692                              Recruitment S pecialis t:   (703) 726-8253
                              shoosh@gwu.edu                                                          csession@gwu.edu

 Subject         Sec     CRN      Title                     Cred   Date          Day(s)   Time           Cost      Instructor    Loc 1

 PSIS 4131       TBD TBD          Molecular Biology for      4     TBD            TBD     TBD            $2,060    TBD           GECA
                                  Biotechnology

 PSIS 4132       TBD TBD          Physical Principles of     4     TBD            TBD     TBD            $2,060    TBD           GECA
                                  Biotechnology

 PSIS 4133       TBD TBD          Bioinformatics             4     TBD            TBD     TBD            $2,060    TBD           GECA

 PSIS 4141       TBD TBD          Computers and              4     TBD            TBD     TBD            $2,060    TBD           GECA
                                  Telecommunications
                                  Networks
 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                                                                                                  (continued on page 22)


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                           BACHELOR’S DEGREE COMPLETION
                           PROGRAM IN INTEGRATED
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON




                           INFORMATION, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY
                           WITH       TRACKS       IN    BIOTECHNOLOGY               AND      INFORMATION           SYSTEMS         AND     TECHNOLOGY


                           Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

                           (continued from page 21)

                           Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                           PSIS 4142       TBD TBD         Relational Databases           4    TBD                TBD     TBD                  $2,060     TBD                 GECA
                                                           and Their Design

                           PSIS 4143       TBD TBD         Systems Integration            4    TBD                TBD     TBD                  $2,060     TBD                 GECA

                           PSIS 4190       TBD TBD         Capstone Project and           4    TBD                TBD     TBD                  $2,060     TBD                 GECA
                                                           Senior Thesis
                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm

                                                                   For more information please visit http://cps.gwu.edu/bdc




                                                                   Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                 Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                 of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                 request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                 granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                 ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                 University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                 governing degrees.



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 GRADUATE            CERTIFICATE           IN



 HEALTHCARE CORPORATE COMPLIANCE




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held online with short-term residencies
 at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center

 GW’s College of Professional Studies and School of Public Health and Health Services, in partnership with the
 law firm of Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP, are pleased to offer a Graduate Certificate in Healthcare
 Corporate Compliance. This one-of-a-kind program provides a comprehensive corporate compliance education
 for current or aspiring corporate compliance officers. Drawing from both GW’s Department of Health Policy
 in the School of Public Health and Health Services and leading healthcare law firms in Washington, DC, the
 program offers education in healthcare laws and regulations as well as tools and strategies for creating effective
 corporate compliance programs. The program consists of an initial five-day residency in Alexandria, VA, followed
 by a six-month interactive distance learning segment, and concludes with a three-day capstone residency in
 Alexandria.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Jane Hyatt Thorpe, J.D.                       S enior Marketing and             Mona Yep
                                                                             Recruitment S pecialis t:         (703) 299-0199
                               (202) 994-4183
                               jane.thorpe@gwumc.edu                                                           myep@gwu.edu


 Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                      Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 Cohort XI (admitted Spring 2011)
 PSHC 6203       HC       96123 Case Studies in Healthcare      3    Oct 12-14          W-F     8:30am-5:30pm        $2,877     Thorpe              AGEC
                                Corporate Compliance

 Cohort XII (admitted Fall 2011)
 PSHC 6201       HC       92792 Introduction to Healthcare      3    Oct 24-28          M-F     8:30am-5:30pm        $2,877     Thorpe              AGEC
                                Corporate Compliance

 PSHC 6202       HC       96123 Compliance with Specific        3    Nov 7-Feb 17 Online                             $2,877     Thorpe              DL
                                Laws and Regulations
 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

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                           MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL             STUDIES   AND    GRADUATE         CERTIFICATE           PROGRAMS         IN



                          LANDSCAPE DESIGN
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

                           AND      GRADUATE             CERTIFICATE         IN



                          SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
                           Classes held online with short residencies in Arlington, VA


                           Landscape Design
                           This eighteen course, 28 credit program with studio design and landscape plants courses provides training in the theory
                           and skills of landscape design. Graduates of this program practice landscape design in the mid-Atlantic region, or pursue a
                           Master’s of Professional Studies in Landscape Design or higher degrees in landscape architecture. Classes are offered
                           evenings and weekends in 5-8 week terms during the calendar year. Studio design courses meet one evening per week.
                           Plants classes meet at the National Arboretum and other local public gardens on weekday or Saturday mornings.

                           Sustainable Landscapes
                           This new 18 credit Sustainable Landscapes Graduate Certificate is designed to be completed in 16 months via
                           distance learning with short-term residencies in Arlington, Virginia. Topics include sustainability practices, urban and
                           suburban garden ecology, native plantings, and stormwater management. The program launched in August 2007.

                           Master of Professional Studies in Landscape Design
                           Each certificate can stand alone, or both may be stacked together for a 46 credit Master’s degree in Landscape Design.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                           P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Adele N. Ashkar                          S enior Marketing and           Mona Yep
                                                                                                  Recruitment S pecialis t:       (703) 299-0199
                                                         (703) 248-6060
                                                         aashkar@gwu.edu                                                          myep@gwu.edu

                           Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                  Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time              Cost      Instructor    Loc 1

                           Landscape Design

                           CPS 291         LD3      94205 Vectorworks II             1     Sep 10-Oct 29     S      9:00am-12:00pm    $606      Sellers       AGEC

                           PSLD 6100       LD2      92455 Landscape Graphics         1     Oct 31-Dec 19    M       6:30-9:30pm       $606      Pelusi        GECA

                           PSLD 6102       LD       92452 Introduction to Plants     1     Sep 1-Oct 20      R      6:30-9:30pm       $606      Rorrer        GECA

                           PSLD 6201       LS       92462 Introduction to Design     2     Aug 30-Oct 18     T      6:30-9:30pm       $1,212    Hartz         GECA

                           PSLD 6202       LD       92456 Site Analysis              2     Nov 1-Dec 20      T      6:30-9:30pm       $1,212    Sellers       GECA

                           PSLD 6203       LS       92463 Site Engineering           2     Aug 31-Oct 19    W       6:30-9:30pm       $1,212    Keith         GECA

                           PSLD 6204       LD1      92591 Construction Methods       2     Nov 2-Jan 11     W       6:30-9:30pm       $1,212    Keith         GECA
                                                          and Materials

                           PSLD 6212       LD       92592 History of Landscape Design 2    Nov 1-Jan 10      T      6:30-9:30pm       $1,212    Haaga/Marriott GECA

                           PSLD 6220       FA1      92453 Landscape Plants for       1     Aug 31-Oct 19    W       9:30am-12:30pm    $606      Washington    NALG
                                                          Early Fall
                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

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 MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL               STUDIES     AND     GRADUATE           CERTIFICATE            PROGRAMS           IN



 LANDSCAPE DESIGN




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

 AND      GRADUATE          CERTIFICATE             IN



 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
 Classes held online with short residencies in Arlington, VA

 (continued from page 24)

 Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)    Time                Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 PSLD 6220 FA2          92454    Landscape Plants for           1    Sep 10-Oct 29      S        9:00am-12:00pm      $606       TBA                 NALG
                                 Early Fall

 PSLD 6222 FA1          92458    Landscape Plants for           1    Nov 2-Jan 11       W        9:30am-12:30pm      $606       Washington          NALG
                                 Late Fall

 PSLD 6222 FA4          92460    Landscape Plants for           1    Nov 5-Jan 14       S        9:00am-12:00pm      $606       TBA                 NALG
                                 Late Fall

 PSLD 6232 LS           92464    Site Design I                  2    Aug 31-Oct 19      W        6:30-9:30pm         $1,212     Ashkar              GECA

 PSLD 6233 LS           92470    Site Design II                 2    Nov 2-Jan 11       W        6:30-9:30pm         $1,212     Ashkar              GECA

 PSLD 6234 LD           92950    Planting Design I              2    Aug 30-Oct 18      T        6:30-9:30pm         $1,212     Rainer              GECA

 PSLD 6235 LD           92951    Planting Design II             2    Nov 1-Dec 20       T        6:00-9:00pm         $1,212     Rainer              GECA

 Sustainable Landscapes
 PSLD 6260 LD           96143    Introduction to                2    Aug 20-22,         S,U,M 9:00am-5:00pm          $1,212     Lammers             GECA
                                 Sustainable Design                  Sep 24-25

 PSLD 6261 LD           96129    Ecology of the                 2    Oct 29-30,         S,U      9:00am-5:00pm,      $1,212  Kaufman/               GECA/
                                 Built Environment                   Online until                                    Akoma-Sey                      DL
                                                                     Dec 19             Online

 PSLD 6265 LD           97395    Native Plants II               1    Sep 10-12          S,U,M 9:00am-5:00pm          $606       Washington          GECA

 PSLD 6266 LD           97399    Ecological Restoration         1    Sep 6-Oct 4        Online                       $606       Kaufman             DL

 PSLD 6270 LD           97400    Sustainable Design Charrette 2      Oct 22,            S,U      9:00am-5:00pm       $1,212     Wheeler             GECA
                                                                     Nov 5, 19,
                                                                     Dec 15
 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                                      Landscape Design is also offered off-campus at the
                                 GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus—please see pg. 51.




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                           MASTER             OF     PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES        AND     GRADUATE          CERTIFICATE            IN




                           LAW FIRM MANAGEMENT
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Online with short-term residencies at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center


                           The Master of Professional Studies in Law Firm Management is a 30-credit program that can be completed in less
                           than two years. The first 12 credits in Law Firm Management may stand alone as a Graduate Certificate.
                           Co-sponsored by the GW College of Professional Studies and The Hildebrandt Institute, a leading consultant to law
                           firms, this program imparts business and legal knowledge to legal administrative professionals who want to be leaders
                           in this exciting career field. The program is specially designed for people working full-time, with a combination of
                           Online Distance Learning and Short-Term Residencies at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center.
                           Cohort 7 Summer 2012 will begin with a 9-day June Residency in Alexandria, Virginia, followed by
                           Online Distance Learning, and conclude with a November Residency in Alexandria, Virginia.
                           Application Deadline: March 1, 2012.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                           P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Stephen R. Chitwood, Ph.D., J.D.                    Senior Marketing and               Helen M. Forner
                                                         (202) 994-6064                                      Recruitment Specialis t:           (703) 299-9147
                                                         chitwood@gwu.edu                                                                       hforner@gwu.edu


                               Registration is restricted to students admitted to the Law Firm Management program.
                               Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                               Cohort 6 (Summer 2011 start)
                               PSLM 6202 DLM 93311             Applying Strategic            3     Aug 29-Oct 22 Online                            $3,198     Chitwood,       DL
                                                               Management                                                                                     Leonard, Jones,
                                                                                                                                                              Johnston, Purzycki

                               PSLM 6203 LM           92791    Practical Applications of     3     Residency:       F-M       8:30am-5:30pm        $3,198     Chitwood,           AGEC
                                                               Law Firm Management                 Nov 4-7                                                    Leonard, Jones
                               1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

                                         The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                         converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm



                                              Please join us for an Online Information Session to learn more about the program.
                                                           For dates and times, call 202-973-1130 or visit our website
                                                                        www.nearyou.gwu.edu/lawfirm

                                                                                 Apply now for the Summer 2012 Cohort!




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 MASTER          OF     PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES        IN



 MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held on the main campus in Washington, DC


 Complete 39-credit master’s degree in less than two years!
 ■   Rigorous science curriculum that integrates coursework encompassing physics and biology, computer science, and
     business
 ■   Classes held in Washington, DC, the heart of one of the nation’s most dynamic science and technology regions
 ■   Challenging internships available in local industry, government and non-profit entities
 ■   Convenient late afternoon and evening class schedules
 ■   Proven cohort learning format

 The GW Master of Professional Studies in Molecular Biotechnology is a multi-disciplinary science degree and one of
 only a handful of biotechnology graduate programs of its kind. Known as a PSM or Professional Science Masters
 degree, it is geared toward students who want to continue their careers in the sciences, but do not have immediate
 plans to pursue a PhD and a research career. The Molecular Biotechnology master’s program provides a solid basis in
 both science and business education.

 See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 P ro g r a m D i re c t ors:   Mark Reeves, Ph.D.                               Senior Marketing and              GW Off-Campus Programs
                                                                                 Recruitment Specialis t:          (703) 248-2800
                                (202) 994-6279
                                reevesme@gwu.edu                                                                   ocp@gwu.edu

                                Richard G. Donnelly, Ph.D.
                                (202) 994-7155
                                rgd@gwu.edu


 Subject          Sec     CRN      Title                       Cred   Date             Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 PSMB 62612 MB            93728 Introduction to                  3    Aug 29-Dec 9        T     5:30pm-9:00pm        $3,705     Reeves              TBD
                                Quantitative
                                Biotechnology

 PSMB 62632 MB            93729 Management of                    3    Aug 29-Dec 9       W      4:30pm-8:30pm        $3,705     Donnelly            DQ
                                Biotechnology Innovation
 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
 2   Registration restricted to College of Professional Studies students only.

           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                          Please visit our website for additional information about our program.
                                                  www.cps.gwu.edu/mmb




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                           MASTER          OF     PROFESSIONAL           STUDIES        AND     GRADUATE           CERTIFICATE            PROGRAMS           IN



                          PARALEGAL STUDIES
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW K Street Center for Professional Education

                           The GW paralegal programs, presented in association with the GW Law School, prepare aspiring and experienced
                           paralegals to meet the challenges of an increasingly competitive profession with confidence and acumen.
                           Earn a graduate certificate in paralegal studies in two semesters; add two more semesters and earn a master’s degree
                           in four. If you already have a certificate, apply for Advanced Standing and receive a master’s in less than one year.
                           Study with Washington’s finest lawyers, professors, and law librarians; learn the latest legal technology; and improve
                           your writing skills. Specialize in Government Law, Intellectual Property, or International Law for the certificate or
                           combine them for the master’s degree. Classes meet weekday evenings in downtown Washington, DC.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                           P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Toni Marsh, J.D.                          S enior Marketing and              GW Off-Campus Programs
                                                         (202) 994-2844                            Recruitment S pecialis t:          (703) 248-2800
                                                         marsht01@gwu.edu                                                             ocp@gwu.edu


                           Subject          Sec     CRN     Title                       Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                           PSLX 62102       LX      93313 American Jurisprudence          3    Aug 30-Oct 11       T      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Marsh               KST

                           PSLX 62112       LX      93314 Legal Research and Writing 3         Sep 1-Dec 8         R      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Ross, Marsh         KST

                           PSLX 62132       LX      93315 Corporations and Contr Law 3         Oct 18-Dec 6        T      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Clark               KST

                           PSLX 62142       LX      93316 Administrative Law              3    Aug 29-Oct 17       M      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Petersen            KST

                           PSLX 62152       LX      93317 Government Contracts Law 3           Oct 24-Dec 5        M      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Volk                KST

                           PSLX 62162       LX      93318 Elements of IP Law              3    Aug 30-Oct 11       T      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Miller              KST

                           PSLX 62172       LX      93319 Prosecution and Litigation      3    Oct 18-Dec 6        T      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Cravins             KST
                                                          in IP

                           PSLX 62182       LX      93320 Interntl Trade & Finance        3    Aug 31-Oct 12       W      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Offen               KST

                           PSLX 62192       LX      93321 International Litigation        3    Oct 19-Dec 7        W      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Toomey              KST

                           PSLX 62212,3 LX          95884 Tanzanian Legal System          3    Aug 30-Oct 11       T      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Humplick            MPA

                           PSLX 62222,3 LX          95885 Tanzanian Community Law 3            Oct 18-Dec 6        T      6:10pm-8:40pm        $2,061     Humplick            MPA

                           CPS 6294         LX              Thesis                        2    Sep 1-Dec 8         R      5:00pm-6:00pm        $1,374     Deiner              MPA

                           CPS 6298         LX              Practicum                     0    Sep 1-Dec 8                                     $0         Marsh
                           1 See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                           2 Registration restricted to Paralegal Studies students only. 
                           3 This course intended for participants in the International Rule   of Law Clinic.

                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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 ASSOCIATE’S              AND     BACHELOR’S          DEGREE         PROGRAMS          IN



 POLICE SCIENCE




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

 Developed by GW’s College of Professional Studies in consultation with metropolitan area law enforcement and
 police experts, the Police Science associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs’ curricula has been drawn from six
 schools at The George Washington University and is delivered in a comprehensive cohort-based format.
 The result is a relevant and rich program, including:
 ■   Fundamental standards that support focused law enforcement
 ■   Best practices for sustaining success
 ■   Leadership principles required to effectively manage government resources
 ■   Strategies for partnering with other organizations to address the underlying causes of crime
 ■   Proven techniques for building safe, healthy neighborhoods
 New cohorts begin each Fall term.
 See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Frederic Lemieux                                 S enior Education Specialis t:          Melinda Hull
                               (703) 248-6210                                                                           (703) 248-6208
                               flemieux@gwu.edu                                                                         mhull@gwu.edu


 Subject         Sec      CRN     Title                       Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 CPS 21012       PS       94079 The Criminal Justice System 4        Aug 31-Oct 19       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,244     TBD                 GECA

 CPS 21032       PS               Particular Forms of Crime     4    Oct 26-Dec 14       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,244     TBD                 GECA

 CPS   21703     PS       94080 Domestic Violence               4    Aug 31-Oct 19       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,244     Minnich             GECA

 CPS 21713       PS       94081 The Criminal Mind               4    Oct 26-Dec 14       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,244     Vajda               GECA

 CPS 21764       PS       94494 Media, Public Relations         4    Aug 31-Oct 19       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,244     Robertson           GECA
                                and Crisis Communication

 CPS 21774       PS       94495 Crime Prevention and            4    Oct 26-Dec 14       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,244     Martin              GECA
                                Physical Security

 CPS 21904       PS       94496 Capstone Project                4    TBD                        TBD                  $2,244     Gilmore,            TBD
                                                                                                                                Delinski
 1 See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
 2 Cohort 9.
 3 Cohort 8.
 4 Cohort 7.

           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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                           MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES      IN



                          PUBLISHING
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           AND       GRADUATE            CERTIFICATE        IN



                          ACADEMIC PUBLISHING
                           Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center


                           The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Publishing is designed to give students a solid background in all
                           areas of publishing. Core coursework provides a broad foundation of the entire industry, regardless of method of
                           delivery (book, journal, or online). Five specialties, or tracks, have been developed to allow students to focus on
                           professional roles within the industry: editorial, business, design, marketing, and technology.
                           Designed for current and aspiring professionals, including post-bachelor and post-graduate students who have earned
                           their degrees in other disciplines but desire careers in publishing. The program offers evening courses allowing
                           students to successfully complete their degree in two years while working.
                           Graduate Certificate in Academic Publishing is specifically designed for professionals who wish to expand their
                           knowledge and expertise in academic publishing, including online research and library integration, peer review, open
                           access publishing, and digital archiving. Coursework is completed in one year (three consecutive semesters) of evening
                           classes.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                           P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Arnie Grossblatt, Ph.D.                      S enior Marketing and         Helen M. Forner
                                                         (202) 994-7220                               Recruitment S pecialis t:     (703) 299-9147
                                                         arnieg@gwu.edu                                                             hforner@gwu.edu

                           Registration is restricted to students admitted to the Publishing program.
                           Subject        Sec     CRN        Title                    Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time           Cost     Instructor       Loc 1

                           Cohort 7 (entered Fall 2011)
                           PSPB 6201       PB       92936 Book and Journal             3     Sep 1-Nov 17     R       6:00-9:00pm    $1,938   Faherty          AGEC
                                                          Publishing

                           PSPB 6251       PB       92937 Fundamentals of              2     Aug 29-Nov 21    M       6:00-8:00pm    $1,292   Grossblatt       AGEC
                                                          E-Publishing

                           Cohort 6 (entered Fall 2010)
                           PSPB 6213       PB       96926 Book Design                  2     Aug 29-Oct 24 TBD        6:00-8:00pm    $1,292   Naylor           AGEC

                           PSPB 6255       PB       94935 Electronic Publishing:       3     Aug 30-Nov 16     T      6:00-9:00pm    $1,938   Grossblatt       AGEC
                                                          Infrastructure and
                                                          Architecture

                           PSPB 6261       PB       95811 Editorial Content,Rights,    2     Sep 1-Oct 20     R       6:00-9:00pm    $1,292   Slazak, Slater   AGEC
                                                          and Permissions

                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.


                                                                 Please join us for an Information Session.
                                                    Call 202-973-1130 or visit the website: www.nearyou.gwu.edu/pubs



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 MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL             STUDIES        IN



 SECURITY AND SAFETY LEADERSHIP




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

 The College of Professional Studies, in partnership with the Center for Excellence in Public Leadership at GW,
 offers a Master of Professional Studies degree in Security and Safety Leadership concentration (SSL). This program
 is designed to meet the professional development needs of individuals who are involved in the public safety sector
 and have experience in law enforcement, emergency management, corporate security, transportation security, fire
 service, public safety, public health preparedness, security consulting, or the military.
 See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Frederic Lemieux, Ph.D.                       S enior Education S pecialis t:          Melinda Hull
                               (703) 248-6210                                                                         (703) 248-6208
                               flemieux@gwu.edu                                                                       mhull@gwu.edu


 Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                       Cred   Date             Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 PSSL    62402   PS       94692 Political Violence and          3     Aug 30-Oct 18      T      6:00-9:00pm          $1,995     McCreight           GECA
                                Terrorism

 PSSL 62412      PS       94693 Globalization of Threats        3     Oct 25-Dec 13      T      6:00-9:00pm          $1,995     Picarelli           GECA
                                and International Security

 PSSL 62423      PS       94694 Security and Civil Liberties    3     Aug 29-Dec 14       S     9:00am-5:00pm        $1,995     TBD                 GECA

 PSSL    62504   PS       96931 Strategic Planning and          3     Aug 30-Oct 18      T      6:00-9:00pm          $1,995     Williams,           GECA
                                Budgeting                                                                                       Glassman

 PSSL 62524      PS       96933 Emergency Management      3           Oct 25-Dec 13      T      6:00-9:00pm          $1,995     McCreight           GECA
                                and Crisis Communications

 PSSL 62515      PS       96932 Inter-Agency Cooperation        3     Aug 30-Dec 17       S     9:00am-5:00pm        $1,995     Lemieux             GECA

 PSSL 62536      PS       95812 Managing the Politics           3     Aug 30-Oct 18      T      6:00-9:00pm          $1,995     Delinski            GECA
                                of Leadership

 PSSL 62546      PS       95813 Strategic Change Leadership 3         Sep 1-Oct 20       R      6:00-9:00pm          $1,995     Frazier             GECA

 PSSL    62706   PS       95814 Capstone Project                3     Oct 25-Dec 15 TBD                              $1,995     Lemieux             GECA

 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
 2   Cohort 5.
 3   Cohort 5; meets 9/17, 10/15, 11/19, 12/10.
 4   Cohort 4.
 5   Cohort 4; meets 9/10, 10/15, 11/19, 12/17.
 6   Cohort 3.

           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm

                                   The MPS in Security and Safety Leadership is also offered at the
                                         GW Hampton Roads Center—please see pg. 64.




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                           MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL              STUDIES       IN     THE     FIELD    OF



                          SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           AND      GRADUATE             CERTIFICATES


                          URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
                          CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND POLICY
                          SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
                           Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

                           Be part of the future. Empower yourself to help shape tomorrow by learning the practice of urban and regional
                           planning and by attaining cutting edge analytical skills — centered on sustainability, climate change policy, and
                           landscape design.
                           Join a growing community of professionals whose goal is to promote a healthy environment and high quality of
                           life across the spectrum of local, regional, national, and global communities — and be at the very forefront of a
                           field that U.S. News and World Report has named as one of the 50 Best Careers of 2011.
                           The George Washington University’s College of Professional Studies’ programs in Sustainability are ideal for both
                           those looking to launch a career in urban and regional planning and established members of the field looking to
                           sharpen their skills for the demands of the 21st Century.
                           Graduates will find opportunity across a wide array of agencies in the public, private, and nongovernmental
                           sectors — working within the United States and around the world at large.
                           This 48-credit Master’s degree program is built upon stackable graduate certificates which can be taken as
                           standalone credentials.

                           Graduate Certificates
                           Urban Sustainability (18 credits) – learn to apply sustainability to major issues in city and regional planning
                           Climate Change Management and Policy (18 credits) – learn of the building demands and energy technologies
                           needed to create a sustainable urban area
                           Sustainable Landscapes (18 credits) – learn sustainable practices, urban and suburban garden ecology, native
                           plantings, and storm water management
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                           P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   John I. Carruthers, Ph.D.                          Marketing Repres entative:         Tony Harvin
                                                         (202) 994-8353                                                                        (703) 248-2801
                                                         jic@gwu.edu                                                                           tharvin@gwu.edu

                           Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                       Cred    Date            Day(s)   Time          Cost       Instructor    Loc 1

                           PSUS 6201       TBA      TBA      Principles of Sustainable    3      Aug 29-Dec 21    W       6:00-9:00pm   $2,250     Carruthers    GECA
                                                             Urban Planning

                           PSUS 6202       TBA      TBA      Economics of                 3      Aug 29-Dec 21     R      6:00-9:00pm   $2,250     Carruthers    GECA
                                                             Sustainable Communities
                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.



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 MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL             STUDIES        IN    THE     FIELD    OF



 SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 AND       GRADUATE         CERTIFICATES


 URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
 CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND POLICY
 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
 Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

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 Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred    Date             Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 PSUS 6203       TBA     TBA     Statistics and                 3     Aug 29-Dec 21      M      6:00-9:00pm          $2,250     Hepp                GECA
                                 Research Methods

 PSUS 6210       TBA     TBA     Sustainable Transportation     3     Aug 29-Dec 21       T     6:00-9:00pm          $2,250     Thomas              GECA
                                 Systems

 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm

                                     Please visit our web site for additional information:
                                              www.nearyou.gwu.edu/sustainable




                                         Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
       Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
       of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
       request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
       granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
       ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
       University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
       governing degrees.



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                           GRADUATE               CERTIFICATE        IN



                          APPLIED QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

                           A new Graduate Certificate in Applied Quantitative Risk Analysis housed in GW’s Columbian College of Arts
                           and Sciences’ Department of Statistics offers courses designed to enable the development of relevant and
                           defensible toolkits for rational decision-making. Managers and executives both in public and private sectors have
                           to deal with risk as the effect of uncertainty associated with their goals, objectives, and circumstances. Risk
                           management (identification, assessment, and prioritization of consequences) is an essential aspect of optimal
                           applications of resources. Quantitative risk analysis can be a powerful discipline for improving risk management
                           decisions and policies.
                           Under the direction of Distinguished Research Professor and Professor of Statistics and Decision Sciences
                           Nozer D. Singpurwalla, the program’s curriculum has been created with practicing and aspiring professionals
                           in mind. It consists of four, three-credit courses. Two foundation courses provide comprehensive background in
                           probabilistic models, statistical inference, and essentials of risk analysis abstracted from Reliability and Risk:
                           A Bayesian Perspective and publications from GW’s Institute for Reliability and Risk Analysis. The remaining
                           courses focus on application of risk analysis in different domains, including case studies built around the
                           911 experience and current issues concerning the environment, health, and financial markets.

                           Flexible Schedule/Accessible Location:
                           ■   Classes taught by faculty and practicing professionals, meet on weekday evenings
                           ■   Conveniently located in Arlington, next to the Ballston Metro station (orange line)
                           ■   Certification completed in two semesters, or paced over four semesters

                           D e p u t y D i re c t o r :   Jagdish Chandra                       S enior Marketing and         Anna Gordon
                                                                                                Recruitment S pecialis t:     (202) 994-7514
                                                          (202) 994-0179
                                                          jchandra@gwu.edu                                                    asgordon@gwu.edu



                                           Applied Quantitative Risk Analysis courses will not be offered during the summer semesters,
                                                         please visit the program web site for additional information.
                                                                    http://nearyou.gwu.edu/riskanalysis/




                                                                   Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                               Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                               of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                               request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                               granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                               ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                               University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                               governing degrees.



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 MASTER           OF    SCIENCE         IN   THE   FIELD      OF



 HIGH TECHNOLOGY CRIME INVESTIGATION




                                                                                                                                                                  METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington


 High Technology Crime Investigation (HTCI) Concentration
 Prepares students to investigate and deter high technology crimes for law enforcement, government agencies, and busi-
 ness organizations. Develops awareness of the legal, scientific, and social climate of white-collar crime and teaches the
 techniques used in the investigations of such offenses. This program is based in the Department of Forensic Sciences.

 Security Management (SM) Concentration
 Applications are no longer being accepted for this concentration.
 Accelerated Saturday courses are designed as intensive, in-depth examples of a topic area. Students are expected to
 fully prepare for the first session (i.e. obtain required text, syllabus, complete any and all reading assignments, etc.).
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


 A c a d e m i c A d v i s or:   Eva Vincze, Ph.D.                      S enior Marketing and             GW Off-Campus Programs
                                                                        Recruitment S pecialis t:         (703) 248-2800
                                 (703) 248-6204
                                 evincze@gwu.edu                                                          ocp@gwu.edu

 Degree students only or by permission of program director.
 Subject          Sec      CRN      Title                      Cred    Date             Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 FORS 21182 CF             92845 Introduction to Computers         3   Aug 31-Oct 19      T      5:30pm-8:30pm        $2,625     Stanley
                                 for Security Professionals

 FORS 21192 CF             92846 Introduction to Networks          3   Oct 19-Dec 9       T      5:30pm-8:30pm        $2,625
                                 for Security Professionals

 FORS 62593 CF             92988 Computer Related Law              3   Aug 29-Dec 17      R      5:00pm-7:00pm        $2,625     McGovern            GECA

 FORS 6261 SM              94770 Security Management               3   Aug 29-Dec 17      W      7:15pm-9:15pm        $2,625     Bonanno

 FORS     62644   SM       96487 Protection of                     3   Aug 29-Dec 17      T      5:00pm-7:00pm        $2,625     Vargas
                                 Information Systems

 FORS 62774 CF             92847 Computer Forensic 1:              3   Aug 29-Dec 17      W      5:30pm-8:30pm        $2,625     Everitt, Vincze     GECA
                                 Investigations and
                                 Data Gathering
 FORS 62784 CF             96895 Computer Forensic 2:              3   Aug 29-Dec 17      M      5:30pm-8:30pm        $2,625     Heil; Stanley
                                 Evidence and Analysis

 FORS 62804 CF             96488 Advanced Incident Response 3          Aug 29-Dec 17      R      5:30pm-8:30pm        $2,625     Stellatos,
                                                                                                                                 Maguire

 FORS 62854 CF             96489 High Technology Crime             3   Aug 29-Dec 17      W      5:00pm-7:00pm        $2,625     Cox, Everitt
                                 Investigation—Capstone

 FORS 62904 CF             93330 Internet Investigations           3   Aug 29-Dec 9       M      5:00pm-7:00pm        $2,625     Carroll, Cox        GECA

 FORS 62955 CF             92030 Research                          3   Aug 29-Dec 17 TBA                              $2,625     Vincze

 FORS 62985 CF             92031 Practicum                      1-3    Aug 29-Dec 17 TBA                              $875/cr    Vincze
 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
 2   Registration restricted to non-degree and graduate students only. $75 lab fee.
 3   Registration restricted to HTCI graduate students only.
 4   Registration restricted to HTCI students only. $75 lab fee.
 5   Departmental approval required for registration.

            The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
            converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm



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                           MASTER          OF    ARTS       IN   THE   FIELD      OF



                          ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCES
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington


                           Human Resources Management (HRM) Concentration
                           Designed to educate current and future human resources professionals in theory, method, and application from
                           behavioral science and other important perspectives so they can understand, evaluate, and respond appropriately to
                           complex human resources issues.

                           Organizational Management (OM) Concentration
                           Emphasizes behavioral science theory, management systems, and their interrelationships. Areas of study include
                           organizational behavior and change, strategic management, decision-making, work motivation, communication
                           and conflict resolution, policy formulation, and systems analysis in the design of organizations and jobs. A proven
                           program with the military, business, and government organizations.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                           P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Elizabeth Davis, Ph.D.                     S enior Marketing and              GW Off-Campus Programs
                                                                                                    Recruitment S pecialis t:          (703) 248-2800
                                                         (202) 994-1870
                                                         ebdavis@gwu.edu                                                               ocp@gwu.edu


                           Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                      Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                           ORSC 6209 G              92033 Management Systems              3    Sep 1-Nov 3         R      6:00-9:00pm          $2,625

                           ORSC 6212 G              93329 Current Issues in               3    Sep 1-Dec 15        R      6:00-8:00pm          $2,625     Behrend
                                                          Personnel Testing and
                                                          Selection

                           ORSC 6222 G              92203 Theory and Practice of   3           Aug 29-Oct 31       M      6:00-9:00pm          $2,625     Procopio
                                                          Compensations Management

                           ORSC 6241 G              92034 Strategic Management and        3    Aug 30-Nov 1        T      6:00-9:00pm          $2,625     Davis
                                                          Policy Formulation

                           ORSC 6242 G              92411 Organizational                  3    Aug 30-Dec 7        W      6:00-8:00pm          $2,625
                                                          Communication and
                                                          Conflict Management

                           ORSC 6243 G              92201 Seminar: Leadership in          3    Aug 29-Oct 31       M      6:00-9:00pm          $2,625
                                                          Complex Organizations

                           ORSC 6295 G              92050 Directed Research               3    Aug 29-Dec 17        F     6:00-9:00pm          $2,625                         GECA
                                                                                                                    S     9:00am-5:00pm

                           ORSC 6297 G              96462 Social Networks                 3    Aug 30-Dec 6        T      6:00-8:00pm          $2,625     Staff

                           ORSC 6297 G1             96463 Global Systems Thinking         3    Aug 30-Nov 1        T      6:00-9:00pm          $2,625     Nair
                                                          and Sustainability

                           ORSC 6298 G              92051 Directed Readings               3    Aug 29-Dec 17                                   $2,625

                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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 GRADUATE             CERTIFICATE          IN



 SURVEY DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center

 Join a community of colleagues and share experiences with students and faculty working in organizations that
 conduct survey research. Study with practicing professionals who utilize current real-world techniques in a variety
 of fields. Earn credentials and refine skills in sampling, designing, and conducting surveys, as well as compiling and
 analyzing data, in a variety of corporate, association, or government settings. This four-course graduate certificate
 program may be completed in two or four semesters by attending in-person weekday evening classes.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 Program Director:        Terry L. Richardson, Ph.D., M.P.A.                      S enior Marketing and              Helen M. Forner
                                                                                  Recruitment S pecialis t:          (703) 299-9147
                          tlrich@gwu.edu
                                                                                                                     hforner@gwu.edu


 Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 STAT 6233       SD      94807 Questionnaire Design             3    Aug 29-Dec 17       W      6:00-8:30pm          $2,322     Silver              AGEC

 STAT 6234       SD      95281 Statistical Computing            3    Aug 29-Dec 17       R      6:00-8:30pm          $2,322     Mushtaq             AGEC
                               Packages for
                               Survey Research

 STAT 6236       SD      95282 Applied Sampling                 3    Aug 29-Dec 17       T      6:00-8:30pm          $2,322     Hogan               AGEC
                               Techniques for
                               Survey Research

 STAT 6238       SD      92977 Survey Management                3    Aug 29-Dec 17       M      6:00-8:30pm          $2,322     Kinnison/Yang AGEC

 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                   Please join us for an Information Session to learn more about the program.
                                       For dates and times, call 202-973-1130
                                or visit our website www.nearyou.gwu.edu/survey




                                         Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
       Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
       of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
       request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
       granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
       ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
       University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
       governing degrees.



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                           T H R E E G R A D U A T E D E G R E E S A N D O N E P O S T- M A S T E R ’ S C E R T I F I C A T E I N T H E F I E L D O F



                          EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center

                           The nationally-ranked Graduate School of Education and Human Development through the Department of
                           Educational Leadership offers several graduate programs in Educational Administration.
                           The Master of Arts in Education and Human Development (M.A. in Ed. & H.D.), Education Specialist (Ed.S.),
                           and the Post-Master’s Certificate meet the coursework and internship requirements that are part of the licensure
                           process in supervision and administration. The NCATE Accredited programs prepare practitioners in teaching or
                           related careers for leadership roles as assistant principals, principals, mid-level administrators, and instructional
                           supervisors in the K-12 educational system.
                           The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Administration and Policy Studies is designed for professionals
                           who aspire to serve in dynamic leadership positions within the educational administration and policy arenas,
                           including school administration, policy development, national organizations, state- and federal-level agencies,
                           foundations, associations, and higher education. The doctoral cohort at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education
                           Center meets Friday night – Saturday, two weekends a month.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                           P ro g r a m C o o rd i n a t or:                           Ac a demic A dvis ors :                            Senior Marketing and
                                                                                                                                          Recruitment Specialis t:
                           Linda Lemasters, Ed.D.                                      Do ct oral Program
                           (757) 269-2218                                                                                                 Dana Hansson
                                                                                       Patricia Ehrensal, Ed.D.
                           lindal@gwu.edu                                                                                                 (703) 726-8297
                                                                                       (703) 299-4145
                                                                                                                                          dhansson@gwu.edu
                                                                                       ehrensal@gwu.edu
                                                                                       Mas t er ’s, Education Specialist,
                                                                                       Pos t - M aster ’s Certificate
                                                                                       Rebecca Thessin, Ed.D.
                                                                                       (703) 299-0198
                                                                                       rthessin@gwu.edu

                           Subject           Sec    CRN        Title                        Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time              Cost      Instructor      Loc 1

                           Educational Leadership and Administration (master’s, post-master’s certificate, and education specialist)

                           Fall I
                           EDUC 62362 AX 94892                 School Law and Policy          3    Aug 29-Oct 22    M       5:30-9:30pm       $1,629    Sherrill        AGEC

                           EDUC 6246 AX 96496                  Applied Education              3    Aug 29-Oct 22    R       5:30-9:30pm       $1,629                    AGEC
                                                               Administration

                           Fall II
                           EDUC 6234 AX 93824                  Site-Based Leadership          3    Oct 24-Dec 17    T       5:30-9:30pm       $1,629    Tekleselassie   AGEC
                                                               K-12

                           EDUC 6242 AX 96494                  Administration Issues          3    Oct 24-Dec 17    W       5:30-9:30pm       $1,629    Ehrensal        AGEC
                                                               in Education

                           EDUC 6244 AX 96495                  School-Community               3    Oct 24-Dec 17    M       5:30-9:30pm       $1,629    Ehrensal        AGEC
                                                               Relations
                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                           2   Registration restricted to Alexandria Educational Administration majors only or by instructor approval.

                                                                                                                                                       (continued on page 39)

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 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION




                                                                                                                                                                  METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
  Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center

  (continued from page 38)

  Subject           Sec   CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

  Fall I & II
  EDUC 62872 AX            96497 Internship: Administration 3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17             F      5:30-9:30pm                     Thessin             AGEC
                                                                                          S      9:00am-1:00pm

  Educational Administration and Policy Studies (Doctor of Education)
  Registration is restricted to Educational Administration & Policy Studies degree candidates, or by permission of the Program Advisor.

  EDUC 6368         AA     93377 Power, Leadership              3     Aug 29-Dec 17       F      5:30-9:30pm          $2,628     Clayton             AGEC
                                 and Education                                            S      9:00am-1:00pm

  EDUC 8100         AA1    96772 Qualitative Data Collection          Aug 29-Oct 22       F      5:00-9:00pm                     Wright              AGEC
                                                                                          S      9:00am-5:00pm

  EDUC 8100         AA2    96773 Qualitative Data Collection          Aug 29-Oct 22       F      5:00-9:00pm                     Wright              AGEC
                                                                                          S      9:00am-5:00pm

  EDUC 8100         AA3    96774 Qualitative Data                     Oct 24-Dec 17       F      5:00-9:00pm                     Wright              AGEC
                                 Representation                                           S      9:00am-5:00pm

  EDUC 8110         AA     92986 Advanced Study:                3     Aug 29-Dec 17                                   $2,628     Paley               AGEC
                                 Ideas, Issues and
                                 Practices in Education

  EDUC 8120         AA     93375 Group Comparison               3     Aug 29-Dec 9                                    $2,628                         AGEC
                                 Designs and Analyses

  EDUC 8122         AA     96299 Qualitative Research           3     Aug 29-Dec 17                                   $2,628     Howard              AGEC
                                 Methods

  EDUC 8131         AA     92992 Case Study Research            3     Aug 29-Dec 9 Online                             $2,628     Swayze              DL
                                 Methods

  EDUC 8999         AA     92866 Dissertation Research         3-6    Aug 29-Dec 17                                              Ehrensal            AGEC
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
  2   Permission of the instructor required to register. Please email edadalex@gwu.edu to register.

            The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
            converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm



               The EdD in Educational Administration is also offered at the GW Hampton Roads Center—
             please see page 63—and at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus—please see page 53.

                      Please join us for an Information Session to learn more about the program.
                               For dates and times, call 202-973-1130 or visit our website
                                             www.nearyou.gwu.edu/edadmin




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                           MASTER          OF    ARTS    IN   EDUCATION           AND     HUMAN        DEVELOPMENT               IN   THE   FIELD       OF



                          HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center

                           Our nationally recognized Human Resource Development program was developed by HRD pioneers. The multi-
                           disciplinary focus is on individual, group, and organizational learning; team building; human resource planning
                           and development; developing learning organizations; and evaluating the return-on-investment of HR programs.
                           A key component of the program is a study abroad course offered each summer semester where students explore
                           HR issues facing emerging economies in Eastern Europe.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                                                                        Prog ra m Director:       Ronald Morgan, Ph.D.
                                                                                                  Associate Professor of HRD
                                                                                                  (703) 549-7156
                                                                                                  rbmorgan@patriot.net


                           Subject          Sec    CRN      Title                       Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                           HOL     67032    LA     93520 Organizational Change II         3    Sep 10-Dec 17        S     9:00am-1:00pm        $2,733     Staff               AGEC

                           HOL 67062        LA     93519 Issues in Human                  3    Sep 10-Dec 17              By Arrangement       $2,733     Morgan              AGEC
                                                         Resource Development

                           HOL 67212        LA     93523 Assessing Impact of              3    Sep 10-Dec 17        S     2:00-6:00pm          $2,733     Morgan              AGEC
                                                         HRD Efforts

                           EDUC 61142 LA           91604 Introduction to                  3    Sep 10-Dec 17        S     9:00am-1:00pm        $2,733     Staff               AGEC
                                                         Quantitative Research

                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                           2   Course meets 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3 and 12/17.
                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




                                                                    Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                governing degrees.



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  MASTER          OF    ARTS      IN   EDUCATION          AND    HUMAN        DEVELOPMENT              IN   THE   FIELD     OF



 SCHOOL COUNSELING




                                                                                                                                                        METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
  AND      P O S T- M A S T E R ’ S    GRADUATE           CERTIFICATE          IN




 COUNSELING
  Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center


  School Counseling
  The School Counseling master’s cohort program in Alexandria prepares students for rewarding new careers as profes-
  sional counselors in K-12 education. Cohort members are a community of career changers from varied backgrounds,
  with a minimum of three years work experience. This structured 48 credit program is approved by CACREP, the
  nationally recognized agency for the accreditation of graduate programs in counseling. Offered in an accelerated cohort
  format, classes are held evenings and weekends, with daytime supervised practicum and internship in K–12 schools.

  Counseling
  The new Post-Master’s Graduate Certificate, a 12-credit, four-course program, builds on the strong foundation of
  the master’s degree, engaging students in coursework that enhances their role as counselors and provides additional
  professional development. It is ideal for individuals seeking the course requirements for private practice licensure.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


  P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Rebecca M. Dedmond, Ph.D.                     S enior Marketing and           Helen M. Forner
                                                                              Recruitment S pecialis t:       (703) 299-9147
                                (703) 549-6935
                                rdedmond@gwu.edu                                                              hforner@gwu.edu

  Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                       Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time               Cost      Instructor    Loc 1

  Cohort 17 (Enrolled Summer 2011) Tuesdays & Thursdays – Registration restricted to Cohort
  HDEV 6109 SA             95559 Child Development               3     Sep 8-Oct 20      R      6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Bullock       AGEC

  HDEV 6110 SA             95560 Adolescent Development          3     Sep 8-Oct 20      R      6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Bullock       AGEC

  CNSL 6157       SA       91719 Individual Assessment           3     Oct 27-Dec 22     R      6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Kestler       AGEC

  CNSL 6154       SA       91720 Theories and Techniques         3     Sep 6-Dec 20      T      6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Rhymers       AGEC
                                 of Counseling

  Cohort 16 (Enrolled Summer 2010) Mondays & Wednesdays – Registration Restricted to Cohort
  HDEV 6108 SA             95188 Life Span                       3     Sep 12-Oct 24    M       6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Roberts       AGEC
                                 Human Development

  CNSL 6159       SA       95219 Psychosocial Adaptation         3     Oct 31-Dec 19    M       6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Bullock       AGEC

  CNSL 6185       SA       91721 Internship in Counseling        3     Sep 7-Dec 21     W       6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Dedmond       AGEC

  CNSL 6185       SA1      96740 Internship in Counseling        3     Sep 7-Dec 21     W       6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Dedmond       AGEC

  CNSL 6186       SA       TBA      Advanced Internship          3     Sep 7-Dec 21     W       6:00-9:40pm        $1,629    Dedmond       AGEC

  CNSL 6169       SA       96334 Counseling Substance            3     Sep 23-24,        F      5:00-9:30pm        $1,629    Madison       AGEC
                                 Abusers                               Oct 14-15,        S      9:00am-5:00pm
                                                                       Oct 28-29
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.


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                                                 GW G R A DUAT E S C HO OL OF E DU C AT ION & H U M A N DEV E L OP M E N T


                           MASTER          OF    ARTS    IN     EDUCATION         AND     HUMAN        DEVELOPMENT               IN   THE   FIELD       OF



                           SCHOOL COUNSELING
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           AND       P O S T- M A S T E R ’ S   GRADUATE         CERTIFICATE            IN




                           COUNSELING
                           Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center

                           (continued from page 41)

                           Subject         Sec    CRN      Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                Cost        Instructor          Loc 1

                           Post-Master’s Graduate Certificate - Registration Not Restricted
                           CNSL 6169       SD      96335 Counseling Substance             3     Sep 23-24,          F     5:00-9:30pm          $1,629     Madison             AGEC
                                                         Abusers                                Oct 14-15,          S     9:00am-5:00pm
                                                                                                Oct 28-29

                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                                             Please join us for an Information Session to learn more about the program.
                                                      Call 202-973-1130 or visit our website for dates and times.
                                                                   www.nearyou.gwu.edu/counseling




                                                                   Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                governing degrees.



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  MASTER             OF     EDUCATION        IN



 SECONDARY EDUCATION




                                                                                                                                                      METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
  Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington


  Preparation for Initial Teaching Licensure
  A flexible program designed for working professionals and recent graduates, this part-/full-time program provides
  the initial 24 hours of teacher licensure course work for English, math, science, and social studies within a
  33-hour Master of Education program. Computer science and foreign language involves a 27-credit licensure core
  within a 36-credit masters. The licensure in English as a Second Language (ESL) is 33 credit hours within a 39-credit-
  hour Master of Education program.
  Registration is restricted to secondary education degree candidates or students who have secured the permission
  of the program director.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


         P ro g r a m       Karen Kortecamp, Ph.D.                                S enior Marketing and        Dana Hansson
         D i re c t o r :   (202) 994-1728                                        Recruitment S pecialis t:    (703) 726-8297
                            karenkor@gwu.edu                                                                   dhansson@gwu.edu


  Subject             Sec     CRN    Title                       Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time          Cost       Instructor    Loc 1

  CPED 6101            QA 96179      Research and                 1-3 Aug 29-Dec 17                                       Kortecamp     GECA
                                     Independent Study

  CPED 6530            QA 96200      Assessment in                3     Aug 29-Dec 17    M       6:00-8:30pm   $1,629     Pyke          GECA
                                     Secondary Class

  CPED 6532            QA 96201      Professional Internship      3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17                                       Kortecamp     GECA
                                     in Middle School

  CPED 6532            QA1 96202     Professional Internship      3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17                                       Kortecamp     GECA
                                     in Middle School

  CPED 6534            QA 96204      Professional Internship:     3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17                                       Kortecamp     GECA
                                     Secondary Education

  CPED 6534            QA1 96205     Professional Internship:     3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17                                       Kortecamp     GECA
                                     Secondary Education

  CPED 6557            QA 96223      Second Language              3     Aug 29-Dec 17    M       5:30-8:00pm   $1,629     Chamot        GECA
                                     Acquisition

  CPED 6606            QA 96226      Theories of Learning         3     Aug 29-Dec 17    R       5:30-8:00pm   $1,629     Mitchell      GECA
                                     and Development

  CPED 6608            QA 96228      Development and Diversity    3     Aug 29-Dec 17    W       6:00-8:30pm   $1,629                   GECA

  CPED 6608            QA1 96229     Development and Diversity    3     Aug 29-Dec 17    W       6:00-8:30pm   $1,629                   GECA

  CPED 6626            QA 96232      Diagnostic Teaching          3     Aug 29-Dec 17    M       5:30-8:00pm   $1,629     Comas         GECA
                                     of Reading
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.




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                           MASTER         OF      EDUCATION        IN



                           SECONDARY EDUCATION
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           Classes held at the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

                           (continued from page 43)

                           Subject          Sec    CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1


                           CPED 6691        QA 96241       Reading Across the             3    Aug 29-Dec 17      M       5:30-8:00pm          $1,629     Primas
                                                           Curriculum 6-12

                           CPED 66352 QA 96238             Professional Internship:       3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17                                               Kortecamp GECA
                                                           Elementary Education

                           EDUC 61142 QA 91389             Introduction to                3    Aug 29-Dec 17      W
                                                           Quantitative Research

                           On-Campus Courses3
                           CPED 6546        10    96213    Teaching English –
                                                           Secondary School               3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Casemore GRNT 130

                           CPED 6547        10    96214    Teaching Science –             3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Lynch        GRNT 14
                                                           Secondary School

                           CPED 65482 10          96215    Teaching Social Studies –      3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Sheppard     GRNT 201
                                                           Secondary School

                           CPED 6549        10    96216    Teaching Art –                 3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Hammonds GRNT 301
                                                           Secondary School

                           CPED 65502 10          96217    Teaching Math –                3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Pyke         GRNT 124
                                                           Secondary School

                           CPED 65514 10          96218    Second Language                3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Chamot       GRNT 222
                                                           Instruction

                           CPED 65514 11          96219    Second Language                3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705                  GRNT 230
                                                           Instruction

                           1 See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                           2 Registration restricted to Secondary Ed majors (DELTA, QUEST,T2000 Model ITT).
                           3 Courses being taught at the School Without Walls, 2130 G Street, NW.
                           4 This course is intended for Secondary Education students who are seeking Foreign Language Certification only.

                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm

                                                               Secondary Education is also offered off-campus at the
                                                           GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus—please see pg. 58.




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    S RAOOL O CHO NE O
G W GC H D U A T EFS B U S I O L S SF P O L I T I C A L M A N A G E M E N T


  MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES      IN



 LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS




                                                                                                                                                  METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
  AND      GRADUATE          CERTIFICATE           IN



 PACS AND POLITICAL MANAGEMENT
  Classes held on Capitol Hill at the Hall of the States


  Legislative Affairs
  Developed in consultation with government relations experts and legislative specialists, this challenging 11 course
  (33 credit-hour) program delivers the knowledge and skills needed to work more effectively in the national
  policymaking arena. Learn how Congress and the White House develop public policy and examine the workings of
  Congress from the perspective of both scholars and practitioners. Graduates of this program have careers as lobby-
  ists, government relations professionals, legislative specialists, and policy analysts. Classes meet Monday through
  Thursday evenings on Capitol Hill at the Hall of the States across from Union Station in Washington, D.C.

  PACs and Political Management
  Developed in consultation with leading experts in the PAC, political action and campaign finance arenas, this
  5-course (15-credit-hour) program was designed to give professional PAC managers the fundamental skill set to
  effectively run their organization’s political action committee and successfully tackle the daunting realities of
  political finance and action. The resulting certificate work addresses the gamut of skills and knowledge necessary
  for successful PAC operation, from issue advocacy to solicitation, from fundraising to grassroots campaigns, from
  budgeting to candidate selection. Coursework can be applied to the master’s degree in either Legislative Affairs or
  Political Management. Classes meet Monday through Thursday evenings on Capitol Hill at the Hall of the States
  across from Union Station in Washington, D.C.
  See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                                                Pro g ra m Director:   Dr. Steve Billet, Ph.D.
                                                                       (202) 994-6000
                                                                       gspminfo@gwu.edu


  Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                      Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time          Cost       Instructor     Loc 1

  LGAF 6201       LH      95943 Politics and Public Policy    3     Aug 29-Dec 17    W       6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Johnson, D.    HOS

  LGAF 6202       LH      95867 Legislative Politics          3     Aug 29-Dec 17    W       6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     TBD            HOS

  LGAF 6203       LH      95869 Executive-Legislative         3     Aug 29-Dec 17    M       6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Whitlock, R.   HOS
                                Relations

  LGAF 6204       LH      95865 Research Methods              3     Aug 29-Dec 17     T      6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Wiley, S.      HOS

  LGAF 6219       LH      95866 American Presidency           3     Aug 29-Dec 17     T      6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Weinberg, J.   HOS

  LGAF 6222       LH1     95868 Parties and Elections         3     Aug 29-Dec 17     R      6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Kornacki, J.   HOS

  LGAF 6234       LH2     95879 PACs and Congress             3     Aug 29-Dec 17    W       6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Billet, S.     HOS

  LGAF 6240       LH1     95872 Congressional Committees      3     Aug 29-Dec 17    M       6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Kornacki, J.   HOS

  LGAF 6240       LH2     95873 Legislative Drafting          3     Aug 29-Dec 17     R      6:00-8:00pm   $2,286     Bellis, M.     HOS
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

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                                                                           GW G R A DUAT E S C HO OL OF P OL I T IC A L M A NAG E M E N T


                               MASTER      OF     PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES        IN



                           LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                               AND   GRADUATE          CERTIFICATE              IN



                           PACS AND POLITICAL MANAGEMENT
                               Classes held on Capitol Hill at the Hall of the States

                           (continued from page 45)

                           Subject          Sec    CRN      Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor         Loc 1

                           LGAF 6240       LH3     97295 Congress and Labor Politics 3          Aug 29-Dec 17      M       6:00-8:00pm         $2,286     Bocchini, M.        HOS

                           LGAF 6260       LH      95870 Congress and                     3     Aug 29-Dec 17      M       6:00-8:00pm         $2,286     McQueen, B.         HOS
                                                         Institutional Change

                           LGAF 6290       LH      95880 Independent Study               1-3    Aug 29-Dec 17                                  $2,286     Billet, S.

                           LGAF 6299       LH      95874 Thesis                           3     Aug 29-Dec 17                                  $2,286     Ettinger, D.

                           LGAF 6300       LH      95875 Thesis                           3     Aug 29-Dec 17                                  $2,286     Ettinger, D.
                           1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                     The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                     converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




                                                                    Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                 Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                 of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                 request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                 granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                 ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                 University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                 governing degrees.



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    S RAOOL O CHO NE O
G W GC H D U A T EFS B U S I O L S SF P O L I T I C A L M A N A G E M E N T


  MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES        AND     GRADUATE           CERTIFICATE            IN



 STRATEGIC PUBLIC RELATIONS




                                                                                                                                                                  METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
  Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center and held Online

  The Master’s Degree in Strategic Public Relations and Graduate Certificate in Public Relations follow an
  innovative approach to building professional credentials that positions our graduates to excel in this challenging
  field. Students master core public relations skills and the practical application of strategic thinking. Individuals may
  choose to enter as a master’s degree or graduate certificate candidate. Coursework completed in the certificate
  program can be applied to the Master’s Degree in Strategic Public Relations.
  ■   11-course (33-credit-hour) Master’s Degree in Strategic Public Relations
  ■   6-course (18-credit-hour) Graduate Certificate in Public Relations
  ■   Classes meet Monday through Thursday evenings at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center, just blocks
      from the King Street metro

  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                                                Pro g ra m Director:      Larry Parnell
                                                                          (202) 994-6000
                                                                          gspminfo@gwu.edu


  Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

  PSPR 6201       PR      93742 Public Relations                 3    Aug 29-Dec 17       T      7:10-9:40pm          $2,655     Spellman            AGEC
                                Principles and Practice

  PSPR 6202       EM1             Advanced Writing               3    Aug 20-Oct 16 Online                            $3,711     Belkind             DL

  PSPR 6202       PR      93743 Advanced Public                  3    Aug 29-Dec 17       R      7:10-9:40pm          $2,655     Ovaitt              AGEC
                                Relations Writing

  PSPR 6204       EM1             Media Relations                3    Aug 20-Oct 16 Online                            $3,711     Schario             DL

  PSPR 6205       EM1             Business and Budgeting         3    Aug 20-Oct 16 Online                            $3,711     Holroyd             DL

  PSPR 6208       PR      93807 Strategic Marketing/             3    Aug 29-Dec 17       T      7:10-9:40pm          $2,655     Bronk-Kellner       AGEC
                                Communications

  PSPR 6210       PR      95648 Community and                    3    Aug 29-Dec 17       W      7:10-9:40pm          $2,655     Holroyd, S.         AGEC
                                Employee Engagement
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
            The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
            converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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                                                                           GW SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE


                           MASTER         OF    SCIENCE          DEGREES        IN   THE   FIELDS   OF



                          ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON



                           AND     OF



                           SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
                           Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center
                           and the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington


                           These highly regarded programs enable students to complement their technical knowledge with an understanding
                           of management practice and theory:

                           Master of Science Degrees in the fields of
                           Engineering Management and of Systems Engineering.
                           Each EMSE Master of Science degree program curriculum requires 12 graduate-level courses totaling 36 credit
                           hours. Two areas of focus are available:
                           ■ Engineering and Technology Management

                           ■ Systems Engineering


                           Graduate Certificate Programs
                           Two innovative, six-course graduate certificate programs are offered. The graduate certificate programs enable
                           students to redirect their careers or deepen their knowledge and abilities in one of these emerging, specialized fields:
                           Engineering and Technology Management (Alexandria/Arlington)
                           Provides an understanding of management theory and practice as applied to the management of engineering, science
                           and technology. The program emphasizes study of general management problems as well as the use of specific
                           knowledge and methods to solve problems and explore opportunities in engineering, science and technology.
                           Systems Engineering (Alexandria/Arlington)
                           Provides broad knowledge of the “systems approach” for designing and managing large-scale engineering systems
                           through the life cycle. Topics include elements of systems engineering, methods and standards, architecting,
                           computer tools that support systems and software engineering, trends and directions, and the integrative nature of
                           systems engineering. Case studies and methodologies from NASA, DoD and U.S. corporations are explored.
                           The six courses of the certificate programs completed successfully (grade B or higher) may be applied, for qualified
                           candidates, toward a Master of Science degree in the fields of Engineering Management and of Systems Engineering.
                           See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                           See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                           E M S E O ff - C a m p u s                Shahram Sarkani, Ph.D., P.E.        Senior Marketing and       Mona Yep
                           P ro g r a m s F a c u l t y Adv iso r:   (888) 694-9627                      Recruitment Specialis t:   (703) 299-0199
                                                                     emseocp@gwu.edu                                                myep@gwu.edu




                                                                                                                                          (continued on page 49)


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 MASTER          OF    SCIENCE       DEGREES          IN   THE       FIELDS    OF



 ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT




                                                                                                                                                                 METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
 AND      OF



 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
 Classes held at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center
 and the GW Graduate Education Center, Arlington

 (continued from page 48)

 Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred     Date            Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 Alexandria
 EMSE 6014       A       93088 Management of                     3     Sep 12-Nov 17     M      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 AGEC
                               Engineering Contracts

 EMSE 6410       A       93569 Survey of Finance and
                               Engineering Economics             3     Sep 7-Nov 9       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 AGEC

 EMSE 6850       A       96967 Quantitative Models in            3     Sep 8-Nov 10      R      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 AGEC
                               Systems Engineering

 Arlington
 EMSE 6005       R       93089 Organizational Behavior     3           Sep 12-Nov 17     M      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA
                               for the Engineering Manager

 EMSE 6035       R       93087 Marketing of Technology           3     Sep 7-Nov 9       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA

 EMSE 6070       R       97307 Management of                     3     Sep 8-Nov 10      R      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA
                               Research and Development

 EMSE 6099       R       93096 Problems in Engineering           3     Sep 9-Nov 11       F     6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA
                               Management and
                               Systems Engineering

 EMSE 6815       R       TBA     Requirements Engineering        3     Sep 6-Nov 8       T      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA

 EMSE 6801       R       93093 Systems Engineering I             3     Sep 6-Nov 8       T      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA

 EMSE 6810       R       94755 Systems Analysis and              3     Sep 7-Nov 9       W      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA
                               Management

 EMSE 6820       R       93091 Program and                       3     Sep 8-Nov 10      R      6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA
                               Project Management

 EMSE 6992       R       93095 Special Topics:                   3     Sep 9-Nov 11       F     6:00-9:00pm          $2,655     TBA                 GECA
                               Quantitative Methods in
                               Engineering Management

 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
           The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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                                                                                                                                                     GW SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


                                             MASTER OF SCIENCE IN



                                            INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
                                             Classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

                                             Designed to prepare experienced and aspiring information systems professionals with the tools they need to excel in
                                             the competitive marketplace of today and tomorrow. Focused on the technical and management issues surrounding
GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS




                                             the selection, design, and implementation of information systems affecting private- and public-sector organizations.
                                             GW’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus offers courses leading to the MSIST with options for either managerial
                                             or technical areas of focus.
                                             Non-Degree students may take the following courses: ISTM 203 Telecommunication and Enterprise Networks and
                                             ISTM 204 Information Technology Project Management.

                                             See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                                             See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                                             Pro g r a m D i re c t or:   Mary Granger, Ph.D.          Will Money, Ph.D.                 A dminis trative Director:       Kim McDevitt
                                                                          (202) 994-7159               (703) 726-8330                                                     (703) 726-8330
                                                                          granger@gwu.edu              wmoney@gwu.edu                                                     msist@gwu.edu

                                             Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                                             ISTM 6201       AR      95020 Information Systems              3    Aug 29-Dec 9        T      6:00-8:30pm          $3,705     Dasgupta       ENTPRS
                                                                           Development

                                             ISTM 6204       AR      95024 Information Technology           3    Aug 29-Dec 9        R      6:00-8:30pm          $3,705     Staff          ENTPRS
                                                                           Project Management

                                             ISTM 6207       AR      96278 Information Resource             3    Aug 29-Dec 9        M      6:00-8:30pm          $3,705     Money          ENTPRS
                                                                           Management

                                             ISTM 6213       AR      97119 Enterprise Web/DB                3    Aug 29-Dec 9        W      6:00-8:30pm          $3,705     Staff          ENTPRS
                                                                           Applications

                                             1 See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                                       The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                                       converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




                                             Executive Master of Science in Information Systems Technology (Executive MSIST)
                                             The George Washington University’s School of Business is pleased to offer the Executive Master of Science in
                                             Information Systems Technology (Executive MSIST) Program for rising and senior-level decision makers. This
                                             unique program provides an opportunity to complete in 15 months – without career interruption – a master’s
                                             degree in information systems, which focuses on understanding key technologies, strategic thinking, collaboration,
                                             and methodologies for decision-making and leadership.
                                             With GW’s academic talent, leading edge curriculum, state-of-the-art labs and a dedicated administrative staff, you
                                             will find that the Executive MSIST program is a premier educational product that delivers the competitive advan-
                                             tage that you and your company need to excel in a dynamic IT market.
                                                                                  Visit www.business.gwu/msist for more information.


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GW COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


 MASTER         OF     PROFESSIONAL           STUDIES    AND    GRADUATE         CERTIFICATE           PROGRAMS       IN



 LANDSCAPE DESIGN
 Certificate classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

 AND      GRADUATE             CERTIFICATE       IN




 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES




                                                                                                                                               GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
 Classes held online with short residencies in Arlington, VA


 Landscape Design
 This eighteen course, 28-credit program with studio design and landscape plants courses provides training in the
 theory and skills of landscape design. Graduates of this program practice landscape design in the mid-Atlantic
 region, or pursue a Master’s of Professional Studies in Landscape Design or higher degrees in landscape
 architecture. Classes are offered evenings and weekends in five-eight week terms during the calendar year. Studio
 design courses meet one evening per week. Plants classes meet in local public gardens on Saturday mornings.

 Sustainable Landscapes
 This new 18-credit Sustainable Landscapes Graduate Certificate is designed to be completed in 16 months via
 distance learning with short-term residencies in Arlington, Virginia. Topics include sustainability practices, urban
 and suburban garden ecology, native plantings, and stormwater management. The program launched in August 2007.

 Master of Professional Studies in Landscape Design
 Each certificate can stand alone, or both may be stacked together for a 46-credit Master’s degree in Landscape Design.
 See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Adele N. Ashkar                         Senior Marketing and            Mona Yep
                                                                       Recruitment Specialis t:        (703) 299-0199
                               (703) 248-6060
                               aashkar@gwu.edu                                                         myep@gwu.edu

 Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                 Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time             Cost      Instructor    Loc 1

 Landscape Design
 PSLD 6100       LS3      93203 Landscape Graphics        1     Aug 31-Oct 19    W       6:30-9:30pm      $606      Jackson      ENTPRS

 PSLD 6100       LS4      95893 Landscape Graphics        1     Nov 3-Jan 12      R      6:30-9:30pm      $606      Jackson      ENTPRS

 PSLD 6102       LS       93204 Introduction to Plants    1     Nov 2-Jan 11     W       6:30-9:30pm      $606      Rorrer       ENTPRS

 PSLD 6203       LS2      97394 Site Engineering          2     Nov 1-Dec 20      T      6:30-9:30pm      $1,212    Novak        ENTPRS

 PSLD 6213       LD       95895 Seminar:                  1     Aug 30-Oct 18     T      6:30-9:30pm      $606      Mowbray      ENTPRS
                                Contemporary Themes
                                in Landscape Design

 PSLD 6220       F3       93324 Landscape Plants for      1     Sep 10-Oct 29     S      9:00am-12:00pm   $606      Rorrer       NALG
                                Early Fall

 PSLD 6222       F3       93325 Landscape Plants for      1     Nov 5-Jan 14      S      9:00am-12:00pm   $606      Rorrer       NALG
                                Late Fall
 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.


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                                             MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL            STUDIES         AND    GRADUATE           CERTIFICATE            PROGRAMS           IN



                                             LANDSCAPE DESIGN
                                             Certificate classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

                                             AND       GRADUATE         CERTIFICATE            IN




                                             SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS




                                             Classes held online with short residencies in Arlington, VA

                                             (continued from page 51)

                                             Subject         Sec    CRN      Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                                             Sustainable Landscapes
                                             PSLD 6260       LD      96143 Introduction to                  2    Aug 20-22,        S,U,M 9:00am-5:00pm           $1,212     Lammers             GECA
                                                                           Sustainable Design                    Sep 24-25

                                             PSLD 6261       LD      96129 Ecology of the                   2    Oct 29-30,         S,U     9:00am-5:00pm,       $1,212     Kaufman/            GECA/
                                                                           Built Environment                     Online until                                               Akoma-Sey           DL
                                                                                                                 Dec 19            Online

                                             PSLD 6265       LD      97395 Native Plants II                 1    Sep 10-12         S,U,M 9:00am-5:00pm           $606       Washington          GECA

                                             PSLD 6266       LD      97399 Ecological Restoration           1    Sep 6-Oct 4       Online                        $606       Kaufman             DL

                                             PSLD 6270       LD      97400 Sustainable Design               2    Oct 22,            S,U     9:00am-5:00pm        $1,212     Wheeler             GECA
                                                                           Charrette                             Nov 5, 19,
                                                                                                                 Dec 15

                                             1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.

                                                       The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                                       converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm

                                                      Landscape Design is also offered off-campus in the Metropolitan Washington area—please see pg. 24.




                                                                                     Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                                   Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                                   of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                                   request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                                   granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                                   ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                                   University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                                   governing degrees.



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  D O C T O R AT E I N T H E F I E L D O F



 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
  Cl asses off ere d at t h e GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

  The nationally-ranked Graduate School of Education and Human Development through the Department of
  Educational Leadership offers several graduate programs in Educational Administration.




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  The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Administration and Policy Studies is designed for professionals who
  aspire to serve in dynamic leadership positions within the educational administration and policy arenas, including
  school administration, policy development, national organizations, state- and federal-level agencies, foundations,
  associations, and higher education. The doctoral cohort at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Center meets
  one weekend a month, with additional coursework hours online.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


  P ro g r a m C o o rd i n a t or:                        Ac a d emic A dvis ors :                               S enior Marketing and
  Linda Lemasters, Ed.D.                                   Doctoral Program                                       Recruitment S pecialis t :

  (804) 693-9189                                           Kelly Sherrill, J.D., Ph.D.                            Dana Hansson
  lindal@gwu.edu                                           (703) 726-3772                                         (703) 726-8297
                                                           sherrill@gwu.edu                                       dhansson@gwu.edu


  Subject            Sec    CRN       Title                    Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

  Doctor of Education (Ed.D), Educational Administration & Policy Studies
  EDUC 6116 AN              94382 Introduction to                3    Sep 9-Dec 10                                    $2,628     Weiss          ENTPRS
                                  Educational Statistics

  EDUC 8100 AN1 96778 Qualitative Data Collection                     Aug 29-Dec 9         F     5:00-9:00pm                     Wright         ENTPRS
                                                                                           S     9:00am-5:00pm

  EDUC 8100 AN2 96779 Qualitative Data Collection                     Aug 29-Dec 9         F     5:00-9:00pm                     Wright         ENTPRS
                                                                                           S     9:00am-5:00pm

  EDUC 8131 AN              95166 Case Study                     3    Sep 9-Dec 10      Online                        $2,628     Swayze         DL
                                  Research Methods

  EDUC 8276 AN              94383 Seminar: Administration/       3    Sep 9-Dec 10                                    $2,628     Ehrensal       ENTPRS
                                  Supervision

  EDUC 8998 AN              95731 Pre-Dissertation Seminar       3    Sep 9-Dec 10                                    $2,628     Clayton        ENTPRS

  EDUC 8999 AN1 96501 Dissertation Seminar                       3    Sep 9-Dec 10                                    $2,628     Sherrill       ENTPRS

  EDUC 8999 AN2 96502 Dissertation Seminar                       3    Sep 9-Dec 10                                    $2,628     Sherrill       ENTPRS

  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
            The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
            converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


        Educational Administration is also offered off-campus at the Alexandria Graduate Education Center—
                        please see pg. 38—and Hampton Roads Center—please see pg. 63.




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                                             GRADUATE           CERTIFICATE             IN




                                                                                                                                                                k
                                                                                                                                                                                  L
                                                                                                                                                                            TRAVE
                                            GLOBAL LEADERSHIP IN                                                                                                                AD
                                                                                                                                                                            ABRO !
                                                                                                                                                                                 SE
                                            TEAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS                                                                                                         COUR

                                             Classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn
GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS




                                             ■ International experience
                                             ■ Program meets four times a year
                                             ■ Each session will be completed in one week

                                             ■ Curriculum includes visits to top corporate HRD programs, cultural tours and executive panels

                                             ■ World-renowned faculty and local guest speakers

                                             ■ 12-credits can be used towards a Master’s degree upon application


                                             The Global Leadership in Teams and Organizations Certificate is focused on developing global competencies and
                                             assisting individuals and organizations to expand awareness of their societies, cultures and environments that
                                             impact the workplace.
                                             The four-course, 12-credit program in Global Leadership in Teams and Organizations includes classes in Ashburn,
                                             Virginia as well as at affiliate sites in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. Students enrolled in the Certificate
                                             Program have the option of taking two, three or four courses overseas.
                                             The courses are taught by world-renowned faculty and include visits to top corporate HRD programs, cultural
                                             tours and executive panels. Current students looking for interesting electives may take the individual courses for
                                             their master’s or doctoral programs. Students may transfer any or all courses into a degree program upon faculty
                                             approval.
                                             See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                                             See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                                                  P ro g r a m D i rec t o r:                        Adminis trative Coordinator:                           Program Repres entative :
                                                  Michael Marquardt, EdD                             Zeynep Ekmekci                                         Sue Simmons
                                                  (703) 726-3764                                     (703) 726-3769                                         (703) 726-3788
                                                  marquard@va.gwu.edu                                zekmekci@gwu.edu                                       ssimmons@va.gwu.edu


                                             Subject          Sec     CRN       Title                     Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost      Instructor       Loc 1

                                             HOL 6704         LV                Leadership in               3    Oct 18 - 22        T-S    Study Abroad*         $2,733    TBA          Cape Town,
                                                                                Organizations                                     (5 days)                                              South Africa

                                             1 See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                             *To register, please contact Nancy McGuire at (703) 726-3768.
                                                       The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                                       converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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  DOCTORATE               OF    EDUCATION        IN    THE   FIELD      OF



 HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION
  Cl asses off ere d at t h e GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

  The Higher Education Administration (HEA) doctoral program is a cohort-based, one weekend per month
  academic and research experience that prepares mid-career professionals with the knowledge and competencies




                                                                                                                                                                  GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
  necessary for leadership within the field of higher education. Students complete the seated and online coursework
  in eight semesters with additional time needed for the dissertation research process. The program totals 63 credit
  hours.
  This program will be especially attractive to those who want the additional support of the cohort structure while
  maintaining full-time employment. HEA program graduates advance into administrative, academic and research
  positions in associations, national and international government agencies, higher education institutions and
  industry related to education.
  See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

  P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Rick C. Jakeman, Ed.D.                            S enior Marketing and             Gianna Miller
                                                                                  Recruitment S pecialis t:         (703) 726-8254
                                (703) 726-8254
                                rjakeman@gwu.edu                                                                    gcmiller@gwu.edu


  Subject           Sec     CRN     Title                      Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

  EDUC      61002   HN2 94214 Current Issues in                  1    Sep 9-Dec 10         F                                     Molasso        ENTPRS
                              Higher Education

  EDUC 65103 HN3 93987 Administration of
                       Higher Education                          3    Sep 9-Dec 10        FS                                     Kim            ENTPRS

  EDUC      82803   HN3 TBD         Critical Review of           1    Sep 9-Dec 10         F                                     Johnson        ENTPRS
                                    Educational Leadership
                                    Literature

  EDUC 85053 HN3 TBD                Seminar: Higher Education 3       Sep 9-Dec 10        FS                                     Johnson        ENTPRS

  EDUC      85252   HN2 94216 College and University             3    Sep 9-Dec 10        FS                                     Weissinger     ENTPRS
                              Curriculum

  EDUC 85302 HN2 94379 Leadership in                             3    Sep 9-Dec 10        FS                                     Whitaker       ENTPRS
                       Higher Education

  EDUC 89981 HN1 93004 Pre-Dissertation Seminar                  3    Sep 9-Dec 10        FS                                     Johnson        ENTPRS

  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
  2   Cohort 11 students only.
  3   Cohort 12 students only.
  4   Cohort 12 students only.
            The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
            converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                      Note: Individuals who are not accepted students in the program require prior approval
                             to enroll in certain courses. Contact the program representative or write
                                               hea@gwu.edu for further information.




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                                            HUMAN AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
                                             Classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn


                                             Complete Coursework in 2½ Years!
GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS




                                             ■ Courses meet one weekend per month (Friday & Saturday)
                                             ■ 10-Day Summer Residency
                                             ■ World-renowned faculty and guest scholars

                                             ■ Proven cohort learning format


                                             Explore Change, Leadership, and Organizational Culture & Learning
                                             The Executive Leadership Doctoral Program in Human and Organizational Learning was created to help meet the
                                             complex learning challenges facing organizational leaders as they enter the 21st century. The program provides
                                             a forum through which students, their organizations, and the University can form a collaborative partnership built
                                             on innovative learning and performance solutions. Practitioners gain a greater understanding of their own
                                             leadership skills and strategic vision necessary to guide their organizations through continual change. The learning
                                             experience is collective, and individuals are allowed the opportunity to express talents and interests, discover new
                                             ones, and develop both as individuals and as a team as the cohort advances through the curriculum.
                                             See full course descriptions starting on page 67.


                                             Pro g r a m D i re c t or:   Andrea Casey, Ed.D.                 S enior Marketing and         Zeynep Ekmekci
                                                                                                              Recruitment S pecialis t:     (703) 726-3769
                                                                          (703) 726-3763
                                                                          acasey@gwu.edu                                                    elpnow@gwu.edu



                                                               The Executive Leadership Doctoral Program in Human and Organizational Learning
                                                           also has an applied research and consulting services group—Center for the Study of Learning.
                                                                                               See www.gw.edu/elp




                                                                                   Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                                 Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                                 of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                                 request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                                 granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                                 ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                                 University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                                 governing degrees.



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  MASTER         OF     EDUCATION          IN



 SECONDARY EDUCATION
  Classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn


  Preparation for Initial Teacher Licensure




                                                                                                                                                       GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
  A flexible program designed for working professionals and recent graduates, this part-/full-time program provides
  the initial 24 credit hours of teacher licensure course work for English, math, science, and social studies within
  a 33-hour Master of Education program. Licensure in computer science and foreign language is 27 credits within
  a 36-credit-hour masters. The licensure in English as a Second Language (ESL) is 33 credit hours within a
  39-credit-hour Master of Education program.
  Registration restricted to Secondary Education candidates or students who have secured permission of the
  program director.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

  P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Janet Schiavone, Ed.D.                         Senior Marketing and            Dana Hansson
                                                                               Recruitment Specialis t:        (703) 726-8297
                                (703) 726-3570
                                jepage@gwu.edu                                                                 dhansson@gwu.edu

  Subject         Sec      CRN     Title                        Cred   Date            Day(s)   Time             Cost      Instructor    Loc 1

  CPED     61013 QG       96180    Research and                  1-3 Aug 29-Dec 17                                         Schiavone    ENTPRS
                                   Independent Study

  CPED 65324 QG           96203    Professional Internship in    3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17      W       5:00-7:30pm                Schiavone    ENTPRS
                                   Middle School Education

  CPED 65344 QG           96210    Professional Internship in    3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17      W       5:00-7:30pm                Schiavone    ENTPRS
                                   Secondary Education

  CPED 6635 QG            96240    Professional Internship in    3-6 Aug 29-Dec 17      W       5:00-7:30pm                Schiavone    ENTPRS
                                   Elementary Education

  EDUC 61142 QA           91389    Introduction to               3     Aug 29-Dec 17    W       5:00-7:30pm                             GECA
                                   Quantitative Research

  On-Campus Courses5
  CPED 6546        10     96213    Teaching English –            3     Aug 29-Dec 9     T       6:10-9:00pm      $3,705    Casemore     GRNT 130
                                   Secondary School

  CPED 6547        10     96214    Teaching Science –            3     Aug 29-Dec 9     T       6:10-9:00pm      $3,705    Lynch        GRNT 14
                                   Secondary School

  CPED 6548        10     96215    Teaching Social Studies –     3     Aug 29-Dec 9     T       6:10-9:00pm      $3,705    Sheppard     GRNT 201
                                   Secondary School

  CPED 6549        10     96216    Teaching Art –                3     Aug 29-Dec 9     T       6:10-9:00pm      $3,705    TBA          GRNT 301
                                   Secondary School

  CPED 6550        10     96217    Teaching Math –               3     Aug 29-Dec 9     T       6:10-9:00pm      $3,705    Pyke         GRNT 124
                                   Secondary School
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
  2   Registration restricted to Secondary Ed majors (DELTA, QUEST,T2000 Model ITT).
  3   Instructor approval required to register. Contact Dr. Janet Schiavone at jepage@gwu.edu to register.
  4   Departmental approval required to register. Contact Dr. Janet Schiavone at jepage@gwu.edu to register.
  5   Courses being taught at the School Without Walls, 2130 G Street, NW.

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                                             SECONDARY EDUCATION
                                             Classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

                                             (continued from page 57)
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                                             Subject         Sec     CRN     Title                        Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor      Loc 1

                                             CPED 6551        10    96218    Second Language
                                                                             Instruction                    3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Chamot       GRNT 222

                                             CPED 6551        11    96219    Second Language                3    Aug 29-Dec 9       T       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Chodes       GRNT 230
                                                                             Instruction

                                             CPED 6340        10    96191    Teacher Leadership             3    Aug 29-Dec 9       R       6:10-9:00pm          $3,705     Sheppard     GRNT
                                                                             in Education

                                             1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                                       The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                                       converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                                                                                   Secondary Education is also offered off-campus at the
                                                                                 Graduate Education Center, Arlington—please see page 43.




                                                                                     Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                                  Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                                  of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                                  request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                                  granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                                  ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                                  University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                                  governing degrees.



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 MASTER         OF    SCIENCE          DEGREE       IN   THE   FIELD      OF



 ACCELERATED ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
 Classes held at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

 The GW engineering management programs are for employees of engineering, business and technical organizations
 and are intended to complement technical knowledge with managerial skill. At the GW Virginia Science and




                                                                                                                                   GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
 Technology Campus, the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering brings its time-
 honored education program to Loudoun County, Virginia.

 E M S E O ff - C a m p u s                Shahram Sarkani, Ph.D., P.E.        S enior Marketing and       Carmen Session
 P ro g r a m s F a c u l t y Adv iso r:   (888) 694-9627                      Recruitment S pecialis t:   (703) 726-8253
                                           emseocp@gwu.edu                                                 csession@gwu.edu




          For additional information regarding the Accelerated Master’s in Engineering Management program
                                   in Ashburn, VA please visit the program web site.
                                          http://nearyou.gwu.edu/ema-vca/




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                                             MASTER          OF     SCIENCE       IN   THE   FIELD      OF



                                            COMPUTER SCIENCE
                                             AND      GRADUATE             CERTIFICATE        IN



                                            COMPUTER SECURITY
GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS




                                            AND INFORMATION ASSURANCE
                                             Cl asses hel d at t h e GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn



                                             Computer Science
                                             Provides a flexible program in computer science covering core topics in software, computer architecture, and
                                             algorithms as well as a broad range of electives. Specialization in security, databases, graphics, networking, mobile
                                             computing, embedded systems, AI, bioinformatics, and more are available.
                                             The Doctoral degree is based on coursework as well as research that lead to a dissertation. Areas of research
                                             centers around these topics: Computer Security and Information Assurance, Software Engineering and Systems,
                                             Bioinformatics and Biomedical Computing, Networking and mobile computing, Pervasive Computing and
                                             Embedded Systems, and Algorithms and Theory.

                                             Computer Security and Information Assurance
                                             This fast-paced, four-course graduate certificate program can be completed in five months. Courses are taught by
                                             top level practicing professionals in the field. All credits earned in the graduate certificate program are fully
                                             transferable to the Master of Science in Computer Science. 12 credit hours (CS 283,175,286,384).
                                             See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                                             See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                                             P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Abdou Youssef, Ph.D.                          S enior Marketing and             Carmen Session
                                                                                                                         Recruitment S pecialis t:         (703) 726-8253
                                                                           (202) 994-7181
                                                                           ayoussef@gwu.edu                                                                csession@gwu.edu


                                             Subject          Sec     CRN      Title                      Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                                             CSCI 6212        AL      92309 Design and Analysis              3   Aug 29-Dec 9        T      6:10-8:40pm          $2,808     Bellaachia     EXPLOR
                                                                            of Algorithm

                                             CSCI 6221        AL      92673 Advanced Software                3   Aug 29-Dec 9        W      6:10-8:40pm          $2,808     Bellaachia     EXPLOR
                                                                            Paradigms

                                             CSCI 6434        A21     93387 Design of Internet Protocols 3       Aug 29-Dec 9         S     1:00-3:30pm          $2,900     Blankenship EXPLOR

                                             CSCI 6441        AL      93163 Database Management              3   Aug 29-Dec 9        R      6:10-8:40pm          $2,808     Bailey         EXPLOR
                                                                            Systems

                                             CSCI 6531        AL      93164 Computer Security                3   Aug 29-Dec 9        W      6:10-8:40pm          $2,808     Refaei         EXPLOR

                                             1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                                       The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                                       converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                                                      For additional information regarding the Master’s in Computer Science or Graduate Certificate in
                                                   Computer Security and Information Assurance programs in Ashburn, VA please visit the program web site.
                                                                                        http://nearyou.gwu.edu/cs/


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 MASTER          OF     SCIENCE       DEGREES         IN   THE       FIELDS    OF



 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
 AND




 TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTERS




                                                                                                                                                                 GW VIRGINIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS
 Cl asses hel d at t h e GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus, Ashburn

 These 30 credit hour master’s programs will provide a mechanism for students to acquire up to date knowledge and expertise in these fields.

 Focus Areas
 Three unique areas of focus are offered. These programs allow students to focus their skill set in one concentrated
 area while expanding their knowledge and abilities.
 Telecommunications Networks
 This focus area is tailored to provide students with the necessary knowledge within the area of telecommunications
 networks to include computer networks, protocols, wide area networks, packet switching and Internet design.
 Telecommunications Security and Electronic Warfare
 Students will learn fundamental principles of telecommunications and security to include cryptography, speech
 and data scrambling, spread spectrum, jamming, smart antennas, linear and non linear transformations, digital
 signatures and message authentication.
 Wireless and Mobile Networks
 Provides broad knowledge of wireless communications including advanced modulation techniques, antennas and
 propagation, CDMA, mobile communications systems and wireless networks.
 See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
 See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

 P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Dr. Lou Ippolito                               S enior Marketing and            Carmen Session
                                                                              Recruitment S pecialis t:        (703) 726-8253
                               (703) 726-8350
                               lippolit@gwu.edu                                                                csession@gwu.edu


 Subject          Sec     CRN      Title                      Cred     Date            Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

 ECE 6035         AL      90936 Introduction to                  3     Aug 29-Dec 9     TBD     TBD                  $2,700     TBD           EXPLOR
                                Computer Networks

 ECE 6510         AL      93832 Communication Theory 1           3     Aug 29-Dec 9     TBD     TBD                  $2,700     TBD           EXPLOR

 ECE 6520         A21     94572 Mobile and Wireless              3     Aug 29-Dec 9       S     9:30am-12:00pm       $2,970     TBD           EXPLOR
                                Communication Systems

 ECE 6555         A21     94572 Telecommunications               3     Aug 29-Dec 9       S     1:00-3:30pm          $2,970     TBD           EXPLOR
                                Protocols

 1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
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           converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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                            MASTER          OF    PROFESSIONAL             STUDIES        IN




                                                                                                                                                       k
                           SECURITY AND SAFETY LEADERSHIP                                                                                                            W
                                                                                                                                                                   NERAM!
                                                                                                                                                               PROG
                            Classes held at the GW Hampton Roads Center, Newport News

                            The College of Professional Studies, in partnership with the Center for Excellence in Public Leadership at GW,
                            offers a Master of Professional Studies degree in Security and Safety Leadership concentration (SSL). This part-time
                            program is designed to meet the professional development needs of individuals who are involved in the public
                            safety sector and have experience in law enforcement, emergency management, corporate security, transportation
                            security, fire service, public safety, public health preparedness, or the military.
                            Classes are held at the Hampton Roads Center in Newport News, VA.
                            See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                            P ro g r a m D i re c t or:   Frederic Lemieux, Ph.D.                       S enior Marketing and              Tammy Miller
                                                                                                        Recruitment S pecialis t:          (757) 269-2209, (804) 649-1333
                                                          (703) 248-6210
                                                          flemieux@gwu.edu                                                                 twm@gwu.edu


                            Subject         Sec      CRN      Title                      Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                            Fall I
                            PSSL 6240       HR       95876 Political Violence              3    Aug 29-Dec 17 Online                            $1,683     Staff               DL
                                                           and Terrorism

                            PSSL 6250       HR       96930 Strategic Planning              3    Sep 10, 24,          S     9:00am-3:30pm        $1,683     Hays                HRC
                                                           and Budgeting                        Oct 8, 22

                            Fall II
HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND




                            PSSL 6251       HR       96930 Inter-agency Cooperation        3    Nov 5, 19,           S     9:00am-3:30pm        $1,683     Lemieux             HRC
                                                                                                Dec 3, 17

                            1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                      The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                      converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                                                              The MPS in Security and Safety Leadership is also offered at the
                                                              GW Graduate Education Center in Arlington—please see pg. 34.




                                                                      Leave of Absence & Continuous Enrollment
                                 Once a student is admitted to a degree program he or she is required to be continuously enrolled during each semester
                                 of the academic year (fall and spring semesters) until degree completion. Should a student break enrollment, and not
                                 request and be granted a leave of absence, his/her candidacy will lapse. The student must apply for readmission and, if
                                 granted, be subject to the requirements and regulations then in force. For more information regarding continuous enroll-
                                 ment, leave of absence, graduation requirements and other University policies please refer to The George Washington
                                 University Bulletin — Graduate Programs. The George Washington University Graduate Bulletin states official academic policies
                                 governing degrees.



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  T H R E E G R A D U A T E D E G R E E S A N D O N E P O S T- M A S T E R ’ S C E R T I F I C A T E I N T H E F I E L D O F



 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
  Classes held at the             ■   Hampton Roads Center, Newport News
                                  ■   Hanover High School, Mechanicsville
                                  ■   Advanced Technology Center, Virginia Beach

  The nationally-ranked Graduate School of Education and Human Development through the Department of
  Educational Leadership offers several graduate programs in Educational Administration.
  The Master of Arts in Education and Human Development (M.A. in Ed. & H.D.), the Education Specialist
  (Ed.S.), and the Post-Master’s Certificate meet the coursework and internship requirements that are part of the
  licensure process in supervision and administration. The NCATE accredited programs prepare practitioners in
  teaching or related careers for leadership roles as assistant principals, principals, mid-level administrators, and
  instructional supervisors in the K-12 educational system.
  The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Administration and Policy Studies is designed for professionals
  who aspire to serve in dynamic leadership positions within the educational administration and policy arenas,
  including school administration, policy development, national organizations, state- and federal-level agencies,
  foundations, associations, and higher education. The doctoral cohort at the GW Hampton Roads Center in
  Newport News meets one weekend a month, with additional coursework hours online.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

  P ro g r a m C o o rd i n a t or:            Ac a dem ic Advis ors :                                         S enior Marketing and
  Linda K. Lemasters, Ed.D.                                                                                    Recruitment S pecialis t :
                                               Doct ora l Program
  (757) 269-2218                               Linda K. Lemasters, Ed.D.                                       Diane Fogel
  lindal@gwu.edu                               (757) 269-2218 / (804) 693-9189                                 (757) 269-2202 / (804) 649-1333
                                               lindal@gwu.edu                                                  dfogel@gwu.edu




                                                                                                                                                         HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND
                                               Ma s t e r ’s , Po st-Master ’s Certificate,
                                               a nd Educa t ion Specialist Programs
                                               Jennifer K. Clayton, Ph.D.
                                               (757) 269-2203
                                               claytonj@gwu.edu

  Subject            Sec    CRN       Title                     Cred   Date           Day(s)   Time              Cost      Instructor       Loc 1

  Educational Administration Fall I
  EDUC 6114          AT     94207 Introduction to                3     Sep 1-Oct 20   R        5:30-9:30pm       $1,461    Johnson, P.L.    HRC
                                  Quantitative Research

  EDUC 6234          AS     93166 Site-Based Leadership: K-12    3     Sep 1-Oct 20   R        5:30-9:30pm       $1,461    Slaughter        ATC

  EDUC 6236          AR 93547 School Law and Policy              3     Aug 31-Oct 19 W         5:00-9:00pm       $1,461    Sherrill         HAN

  EDUC 6242          AS     94376 Administrative Issues          3     Aug 31-Oct 19 W         5:30-9:30pm       $1,461    Kreassig         ATC
                                  in Education

  EDUC 6244          AT     93546 School-Community               3     Aug 29-Oct 17 M         5:30-9:30pm       $1,461    Lemasters        HRC
                                  Relations

  EDUC 6287          AT     92865 Internship:                    3     Aug 29-Dec 172 F        5:30-9:30pm       $1,461    Logan            HRC
                                  Administration (A)                                  S        9:00am-4:00pm

  EDUC 6422          AT     93914 Instructional Needs Analysis 3       Aug 30-Oct 18 T         5:30-9:30pm       $1,461    Tucker           HRC
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
  2   1st meeting Friday, Sep 9.



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                           T H R E E G R A D U A T E D E G R E E S A N D O N E P O S T- M A S T E R ’ S C E R T I F I C A T E I N T H E F I E L D O F



                           EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
                           Classes held at the            ■   Hampton Roads Center, Newport News
                                                          ■   Hanover High School, Mechanicsville
                                                          ■   Advanced Technology Center, Virginia Beach

                            (continued from page 63)

                            Subject         Sec     CRN       Title                      Cred   Date              Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                            Educational Leadership & Administration Fall II
                            EDUC 6232         AT    92927 Supervision and                  3    Oct 25-Dec 13 T            5:30-9:30pm          $1,461     Clayton             HRC
                                                          Evaluation of Instruction

                            EDUC 6236         AS    94378 School Law and Policy            3    Oct 24-Dec 12 M            5:30-9:30pm          $1,461     DeSander            ATC

                            EDUC 6240         AS    93378 Fundamentals of                  3    Oct 25-Dec 13 T            5:30-9:30pm          $1,461     Johnson, P.J.       ATC
                                                          Educational Leadership
                                                          and the Change Process

                            EDUC 6422         AR 96498 Instructional Needs Analysis 3           Oct 27-Dec 15 R            5:00-9:00pm          $1,461     Tucker              HAN

                            SPED 6201         AT    93777 Overview of                      3    Oct 27-Dec 15 R            5:30-9:30pm          $1,461     Thompson            HRC
                                                          Special Education

                            Educational Administration & Policy Studies Fall 2011
                            EDUC 8100         AH1 96775 Qualitative Data Collection        1    Sept 16-17         F       5:30-9:30pm          $876       Wright              AGEC
                                                                                                                   S       9:00am-5:00pm

                            EDUC 8100         AH2 96776 Qualitative Data Analysis          1    Nov 11-12          F       5:30-9:30pm          $876       Wright              AGEC
                                                                                                                   S       9:00am-5:00pm

                            EDUC 8100         AH3 96777 Qualitative Data                   1    Dec 2-3            F       5:30-9:30pm          $876       Wright              AGEC
HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND




                                                        Representation                                             S       9:00am-5:00pm

                            EDUC 61162        AH 92985 Introduction to                     3    Sep 9-10,          F       5:30-9:30pm          $2,628     Dannels             HRC
                                                       Educational Statistics                   Oct 7-8,           S       8:00am-4:30pm
                                                                                                Nov 4-5,
                                                                                                Dec 2-3

                            EDUC 81313        AH 92994 Case Study                          3    Aug 29-Dec 9 Online                             $2,628     Swayze              DL
                                                       Research Methods

                            EDUC 82762        AH 95167 Seminar: Administration/                 Sep 9-10,          F,      5:30-9:30pm,         $2,628     DeSander            HRC
                                                       Supervision                              Oct 7-8,           S       8:00am-4:30pm
                                                                                                Nov 4-5,
                                                                                                Dec 2-3

                            EDUC 89983        AH 93003 Pre-Dissertation Seminar            3    Sep 10,            S       9:00am-3:00pm        $2,628     Lemasters           HRC
                                                                                                Oct 15,
                                                                                                Nov 12,
                                                                                                Dec 3

                            EDUC 8999         AH 91575 Dissertation Research              3-6   Aug 29-Dec 17 TBA          TBA                  $876/cr    Lemasters           HRC
                            1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                            2   Cohort 16.
                            3   Cohort 15.
                                      The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
                                      converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm


                                The EdD in Educational Administration is also offered at the GW Alexandria Graduate Education Center—
                                    please see page 39—and at the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus—please see page 53.



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  MASTER          OF     ARTS       IN   EDUCATION        AND    HUMAN        DEVELOPMENT               IN   THE   FIELD       OF



 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
  Classes held at the GW Hampton Roads Center, Newport News

  A graduate degree in Human Resource Development from The George Washington University is one of the most
  prestigious credentials you can achieve. Our multi-disciplinary approach provides a comprehensive understanding of
  learning and human interaction on individual, group, and organizational levels. You will learn the theory and prac-
  tical skills necessary to help organizations increase their capacity to learn in order to promote growth and change.

  Graduate Certificate in Design and Assessment of Adult Learning
  This 12 credit hour graduate certificate program is designed to provide participants with both theoretical foun-
  dations and the practical tools to enhance their teaching skills and develop effect education training programs.
  Participants will obtain skills in designing, developing, delivering and evaluating educational programs for adult
  learners. The program consists of four required courses: HOL 6701, HOL 6721, HOL 6742, and EDUC 6114.

  Graduate Certificate in Leadership Development
  This 18 credit hour graduate certificate program is designed to enhance personal leadership skills in a safe environment
  while collaborating with a diverse group of professionals on organizational performance issues and real solutions. The
  program provides participants with a realistic preview of the Master’s Degree program in Human Resource
  Development. HOL 6700 and HOL 6704 are required courses. Four courses are elective options.

  Graduate Certificate in Organizational Learning and Change
  This 12 credit hour graduate certificate program is designed to provide participants with an in-depth understand-
  ing of organizations as human systems and the way in which organizations learn and change. Participants will gain
  the practical knowledge and skills they need to diagnose organizational performance and develop action plans to
  improve organizational effectiveness and change leadership. The program consists of four required courses:




                                                                                                                                                                  HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND
  HOL 6702, HOL 6703, HOL 6704, and HOL 6707.
  See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
  See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

  A c a d e m i c A d v i s or:   Marilyn Wesner, Ed.D.                       S enior Marketing and             Tammy Miller
                                                                              Recruitment S pecialis t:         (757) 269-2209; (804) 649-1333
                                  (757) 269-2229
                                  mwesner@gwu.edu                                                               twm@gwu.edu

  Subject          Sec      CRN      Title                      Cred   Date             Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

  Fall I
  HOL 6700         LH       93577 Foundations of HRD             3     Aug 29-Oct 17      M      5:30-9:30pm          $1,785     Wesner              HRC
  EDUC 6114 LH              94581 Introduction to                3     Sep 1-Oct 20       R      5:30-9:30pm          $1,785     Johnson, P.L.       HRC
                                  Quantitative Research

  Fall II
  HOL 6100         LH       96303 Business Ethics and the        3     Oct 26-Dec 14      W      5:30-9:30pm          $1,785     Hays                HRC
                                  Human Resource
                                  Manager’s Role
  HOL 6701         LH       93522 Adult Learning                 3     Oct 25-Dec 13      T      5:30-9:30pm          $1,785     Bias                HRC
  HOL 6704         LH       95521 Leadership in Organizations 3        Oct 24-Dec 12      M      5:30-9:30pm          $1,785     Hays                HRC
  1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
            The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
            converts old course numbers to the new course numbers is available at http://my.gwu.edu/mod/pws/courserenumbering.cfm




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                            MASTER          OF    SCIENCE         DEGREES        IN   THE       FIELDS    OF



                           ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
                            AND      OF



                           SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
                            Classes held at the GW Hampton Roads Center, Newport News

                            These highly regarded programs enable students to complement their technical knowledge with an understanding
                            of management practice and theory:
                            Master of Science Degree in the fields of
                            Engineering Management and of Systems Engineering
                            Each EMSE Master of Science degree program curriculum requires 12 graduate-level courses totaling 36 credit
                            hours. Two areas of focus are available:
                            ■ Engineering Management           ■ Systems Engineering


                            See important information regarding leave of absence and continuous enrollment at the bottom of page 7.
                            See full course descriptions starting on page 67.

                            E M S E O ff - C a m p u s                Shahram Sarkani, Ph.D., P.E.         S enior Marketing and             Tammy Miller
                            P ro g r a m s F a c u l t y Adv iso r:   (888) 694-9627                       Recruitment S pecialis t:         (757) 269-2209, (804) 649-1333
                                                                      emseocp@gwu.edu                                                        twm@gwu.edu


                            Subject         Sec     CRN       Title                      Cred     Date            Day(s)   Time                 Cost       Instructor          Loc 1

                            EMSE 6001       E       93099 The Management of                 3     Sep 7-Nov 9       W      5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          Technical Organizations
HAMPTON ROADS & RICHMOND




                            EMSE 6005       E       93098 Organizational Behavior     3           Sep 8-Nov 10      R      5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          for the Engineering Manager
                            EMSE 6099       E       96389 Problems in Engineering      3          Sep 9-Nov 11       F     5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          Management and Systems
                                                          Engineering (capstone course)
                            EMSE 6410       E       93101 Survey of Finance and             3     Sep 12-Nov 17     M      5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          Engineering Economics
                            EMSE 6810       E       96390 Systems Analysis and              3     Sep 8-Nov 10      R      5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          Management
                            EMSE 6850       E       94907 Quantitative Models in            3     Sep 6-Nov 8       T      5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          Systems Engineering
                            EMSE 6992       E       96391 Special Topics: Quantitative      3     Sep 9-Nov 11       F     5:30-8:30pm          $2,505     Staff               HRC
                                                          Methods in Engineering
                                                          Management
                            1   See key on page 82 for location abbreviations.
                                      The University converted three-digit course numbers to four-digit course numbers. To assist you with course registration, a chart that
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                                 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                   F or a l l c l a s s e s i n t he M e t r o p o l i t a n Washingt on, GW V irginia Science and Tec hnol ogy C ampus,
                                                              a n d H a mpt on R oads & R ic hmond areas



CNSL 6154        Theories and Techniques of Counseling                           CPED 6557        Second Language Acquisition
An introduction to basic counseling and psychotherapeutic                        Nature of first and second language acquisition and
theories and associated techniques. Prerequisite or concurrent                   development; emphasis on sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics
registration: Cnsl 6151 ( for counseling majors); permission of                  most pertinent to educational settings.
instructor is required for others.
                                                                                 CPED 6606        Theories of Learning and Development
CNSL 6157        Individual Assessment in Counseling                             A comprehensive investigation of the complex relationship
Detailed study of individual analysis and appraisal techniques.                  between teaching and learning—how learning takes place, how
Development of systematic case study. Prerequisite: permission of                it is motivated, and how it is inf luenced.
instructor is required for non-counseling majors to register.
                                                                                 CPED 6608        Development and Diversity
CNSL 6159 Psychosocial Adaptation                                                An examination of student diversity in relation to theories of
Mental health problems; emphasis on needs of counselors, teachers,               human growth and development. Investigation of diverse
and others working with children, adolescents, and adults.                       student strengths and needs; the special needs population; the
                                                                                 dynamics of inclusion; and intercultural issues related to the
CNSL 6169        Substance Abuse Counseling
                                                                                 teaching/learning process.
Individual, group, family, and self-help counseling applied to
substance abusers. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: Cnsl 6151            CPED 6626 Diagnostic Teaching of
( for counseling majors); permission of instructor is required for others.       Reading in Secondary School
                                                                                 Application of instructional strategies and techniques presented
CNSL 6185        Internship in Counseling
                                                                                 in TrEd 6223 and 6224. Construction of informal tests;
CNSL 6186        Advanced Internship                                             administering, scoring, and interpreting informal and
                                                                                 standardized tests; study and evaluation of materials; teaching
CPED 6101        Research and Independent Study
                                                                                 strategies for on-grade students and for those with reading
Individual research under the guidance of a staff member; program and
                                                                                 problems.
conferences arranged with an instructor.
                                                                                 CPED 6635 Professional Internship
CPED 6340        Teacher Leadership in Education
                                                                                 in Elementary Education
From the perspectives of educational theory and practice, the
                                                                                 Supervised internship; required seminar. Admission by permission of
ideals and realities of contemporary public school teaching are
                                                                                 instructor.
viewed within a system of local, state, and federal organizations,
with the goal of enhancing the role of teachers as knowledgeable                 CPED 6646        Teaching English in Secondary Schools
and effective leaders in their profession.                                       CPED 6647        Teaching Science in Secondary Schools
CPED 6530        Assessment in the Secondary Classroom
                                                                                 CPED 6648 Teaching Social Studies in
Key concepts and principles in the field of educational assessment,              Secondary Schools
with emphasis on practical applications for classroom teachers.
Students design and evaluate a range of assessment tools in their                CPED 6649        Teaching Art in Secondary Schools
content areas. Practical, day-to-day grading issues; consideration               CPED 6650 Teaching Mathematics in
of a framework for analysis of equity in assessment practices.                   Secondary Schools
CPED 6532 Professional Internship                                                CPED 6651        Second Language Instruction
in Middle School Education                                                       A variety of methods for teaching a second language, both in
Supervised internship in middle schools; required seminar.                       the context of English as a Second Language and for foreign
Admission by permission of instructor.                                           language instruction.
CPED 6534 Professional Internship                                                CPED 6691        Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum
in Secondary Education                                                           A framework is presented for establishing a whole-language
Supervised internship; required seminar. Admission by permission of              approach. Participants explore principles and strategies for
instructor.                                                                      developing students’ reading and writing skills in art, literature,
CPED    6546     Teaching English – Secondary School                             social studies, mathematics, and science.
CPED    6547     Teaching Science – Secondary School
                                                                                 CPS 2101       The Criminal Justice System
CPED    6548     Teaching Social Studies – Secondary School
                                                                                 Issues in crime and criminal justice from the perspective of
CPED    6549     Teaching Art – Secondary School
CPED    6550     Teaching Math – Secondary School
                                                                                 sociology, with focus on the structures of social institutions that
CPED    6551     Second Language Instruction                                     affect the administration of justice. Procedures and techniques
Theoretical, curricular, and practical considerations for teaching               that enable the law enforcement officer to present credible
the content area concerned. Each course requires a 30-hour                       evidence in the courtroom.
field experience in a secondary classroom. Each course is only
offered in the fall semester.


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CPS 2103     Particular Forms of Crime                                CSCI 6221      Advanced Data Structures
Analysis of conventional property crime, criminal markets,            Sparse matrix transpose and multiplication. List insertion and
criminal organizations, white collar crimes, and corporate            deletion, lists of available space. In-order, preorder, and
crimes. Consensual and non-consensual delinquency, and                postorder traversal of trees. Topological sorting. Binary search
“victimless” crimes. Factors that can be used to differentiate        trees, including AVL trees, B-trees, and tries. Dynamic hashing.
several dimensions of forms of crimes.                                Prerequisite: CSci 6212.
CPS 2170     Domestic Violence                                        CSCI 6434      Design of Internet Protocols
Comparative approach to power and violence in family systems          Protocol specifications and formal description methods. Finite-
including detailed and in-depth analysis of the devaluation of        state descriptions of Internet protocols. Specification and
family relations. Critical survey of explanations for violence and    Description Language. Implementation of protocol
responses made to explore how and at which point domestic             specifications. Prerequisite: CSci 6212, 6433.
violence and child abuse could be linked to youth delinquency.
                                                                      CSCI 6441      Database Management Systems
CPS 2171     The Criminal Mind                                        Design and architecture of relational database management
Psychological aspects of criminal behavior, personality of            systems; query languages, data models, index structures,
criminals, the psychological processes affecting behavior, and        database application design. Prerequisite: CSci 6221, 6461, or
the violence that is often associated with criminal behavior.         equivalent.
Dealing with fear and anger, offering and counter-offering, and
                                                                      CSCI 6531      Computer Security
negotiating in high-risk situations.
                                                                      Functional description of cryptographic primitives. Risk
CPS 2176 Media, Public Relations,                                     analysis. Policy models: security, confidentiality, integrity,
and Crisis Communications                                             hybrid. Design principles: access control, information f low,
Principles, problems, ethics, legal issues for public relations for   confinement. Assurance: formal methods, evaluation. Malicious
government, private concerns, educational and other public            logic: security effects of programming languages. Prerequisite:
institutions, and intercultural communication. Effective              CSci 6461.
planning strategies for ensuring that communication channels
                                                                      ECE 6035      Introduction to Computer Networks
are available and secure in emergency and crisis situations when
                                                                      Layered protocol architectures. Digital transmission,
the safety of employees or the general public are threatened.
                                                                      fundamental limits. Error detection and ARQ protocols. Data
Roles of key managers: security, facilities, and information
                                                                      link layer and control. Multiple access protocols. Circuit and
communication technology.
                                                                      packet switching. Multiplexing. Routing. Flow and congestion
CPS 2177     Crime Prevention and Physical Security                   control, queue management. LAN standards. TCP/IP. Next-
Anticipation, recognition and appraisal of crime risk; initiation     generation Internet. May not be taken for credit by students who have
of action to remove or reduce such risk. Physical security issues     taken ECE 3415. Prerequisite: ApSc 3115.
from security equipment and design theory to security
                                                                      ECE 6510      Communication Theory
management practice. Intrusion detection, closed-circuit
                                                                      Principles of digital communications. Channels, digital
television, guard force, automated information security systems.
                                                                      modulation; optimum receivers and algorithms in the AWGN;
CPS 2190     Capstone Project                                         coherent, non-coherent, and fading channels. Correlation
Participants are organized into teams to propose and complete a       detectors, matched filters; diversity. Bounds on performance of
research project designed to integrate the theoretical and            communications, comparison of communications systems and
analytical perspectives gained from the program and apply them        implementation issues. Prerequisite: ECE 6015.
to improving organizational effectiveness. Projects will
                                                                      ECE 6520      Mobile Communication Systems
demonstrate an explicit relationship to organizational
                                                                      Mobile channel characterization. Modulation and coding
performance in the student’s field, with a significant and
                                                                      techniques. Code division multiple access. Fading
measurable impact on departmental effectiveness or
                                                                      countermeasures; coding, equalization, and multiple transmit/
accountability.
                                                                      receive antennas. Power control. Capacity of cellular and ad hoc
CPS 6291     Vectorworks II                                           networks. Structure and evolution of mobile communications
Explores the 3-Dimensional properties of Vectorworks,                 networks. Evolving technologies and standards. Prerequisite:
including manipulation and presentation of design elements and        ECE 6510.
terrain. Students learn 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional
                                                                      ECE 6555      Telecommunications Protocols
rendering techniques.
                                                                      Protocol standards and standards organizations. Layered protocol
CPS 6294     Independent Research                                     architectures for telecommunications networks. The OSI
CPS 6298     Practicum
                                                                      reference model. Data link layer protocols: HDLC. Network
                                                                      and transport layer protocols in support of OSI: X.25,
CSCI 6212     Design and Analysis of Algorithms                       ISO 8072. TCP/IP. IPv6. Protocols for session, presentation,
Design and analysis of algorithms. Turing machines;                   and application layers. Prerequisite: ECE 6035.
NP-Complete theory. Algorithmic techniques: divide-and-
                                                                      EDUC 6100      Current Issues in Higher Education
conquer, greedy, dynamic programming, graph traversal,
backtracking, and branch-and-bound. Applications include              Prerequisite: Educ 8540, 6510.
sorting and searching, graph algorithms, and optimization.
Prerequisite: CSci 1311, 1112.




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EDUC 6114      Introduction to Quantitative Research                EDUC 6287       Internship: Administration
Development of a conceptual understanding of research design        Service in an educational institution or education-related
and quantitative analysis options for the consumer of research.     program directed by the University’s faculty.
Appropriate use of vocabulary and interpretation of research
                                                                    EDUC 6368       Leadership and Education
findings. Critique of research articles and/or development of a
                                                                    A general introduction to issues of leadership applicable to
small-scale proposal. Prerequisite: Educ 6212 or equivalent.
                                                                    education settings and to key features of educational
EDUC 6116      Introduction to Educational Statistics               organization, including schools, school systems, colleges and
Fundamentals of descriptive statistics and hypothesis testing;      universities, and advocacy organizations. Leadership as a process
introduction to inferential statistics and research design,         and set of skills. The interaction between leadership styles and
distinguishing between nonexperimental, quasi-experimental,         organizational contexts.
and true experimental designs. Designed for those with little
                                                                    EDUC 6422       Instructional Needs Analysis
preparation in quantitative methods or who are not prepared for
                                                                    An introduction to the role of instructional needs analysis and
Educ 8120.
                                                                    assessment. The design and development of instruction. Key
EDUC 6232      Supervision and Evaluation of Instruction            elements of the instructional design cycle, including data analysis.
The roles and functions of educational leaders in the areas of
                                                                    EDUC 6510      Administration of Higher Education
curriculum, staff development, instructional supervision, and
                                                                    Government, organization, and administration of colleges and
evaluation of personnel. Theory and practice to increase teacher
                                                                    universities; duties of trustees and administrators.
effectiveness and improve student learning through supervisory
strategies.                                                         EDUC 8100: Qualitative Data Collection
                                                                    In this course, you will become oriented to a variety of the
EDUC 6234      Site-Based Leadership: K–12
                                                                    methodological, philosophical, analytic, and ethical issues
A general introduction to the principalship. Stresses leadership
                                                                    involved in collecting qualitative data. You will develop
theory, roles, and management tasks in instruction, curriculum,
                                                                    intermediate and advanced skills and competencies necessary to
budget, staff development, supervision, interagency services,
                                                                    begin collecting your research data, including interviews, focus
student learning, and policy considerations. Site-based
                                                                    groups, participant observation, and alternative data forms.
management and communication within a changing and diverse
                                                                    Various data management strategies will also be discussed. You
school environment.
                                                                    will also ref lect on your own presuppositions/subjectivities with
EDUC 6236      School Law and Policy                                regards to the qualitative research process.
The legal basis of education and public schools in the United
                                                                    EDUC 8100: Qualitative Data Analysis
States. Constitutional provisions and federal statutes that guide
                                                                    In this course, you will become oriented to a variety of the
school law. Legal factors that inf luence school policy.
                                                                    methodological, philosophical, and ethical issues involved in
Consideration of practical school situations for legal
                                                                    analyzing qualitative data. You will develop intermediate and
implications, development of skills to research legal issues
                                                                    advanced skills and competencies necessary to begin analyzing
affecting schools, and preventive law measures.
                                                                    research data. Multiple strategies for managing and analyzing
EDUC 6240 Fundamentals of Educational                               qualitative data, including a tutorial in AtlasTi, will be included.
Leadership and the Change Process
                                                                    EDUC 8100: Qualitative Data Representation
Current leadership theory and systems behavior in the context
                                                                    In this course, you will become oriented to a variety of the
of administrative practice in educational settings. Key elements
                                                                    methodological, philosophical, and ethical issues involved in
of leadership and management. The impact of context, culture,
                                                                    representing qualitative research findings. You will develop
power, politics, change, communications, and organizational
                                                                    intermediate and advanced competencies in reporting and
learning on administration.
                                                                    critiquing qualitative analysis and interpretation. Multiple
EDUC 6242      Administrative Issues in Education                   approaches for representing data and researcher subjectivity will
The impact of major social, political, economic, and education      be discussed.
issues on the role of school leaders and the delivery and quality
                                                                    EDUC 8110 Advanced Study:
of programs and services.
                                                                    Ideas, Issues, and Practices in Education
EDUC 6244      School–Community Relations                           For precandidates for the Ed.D. Alternative means of responding
The purpose, scope, essential elements, and impact of a             to the complexities of the educational process. Topics vary but
successful school–community relations program. Community            concern education as an individual process and as sociocultural
power structures, the roles of policy and leadership,               preservation and renewal. May be repeated for credit.
communication techniques for interacting with various
                                                                    EDUC 8120      Group Comparison Designs and Analyses
audiences and the media, evaluation of public relations and
                                                                    Designs and analyses to assess differences for more than two
marketing for educational institutions.
                                                                    groups when compared on one dependent variable. Fixed,
EDUC 6246 Seminar:                                                  random, and mixed effects ANOVA and ANCOVA models and
Applied Educational Administration                                  multiple comparison tests. Nonparametric tests. Prerequisite:
Application of the theories and principles of administration to     Educ 6116 or equivalent.
public and private schools. Field experience in a phase of
administration and supervision. Admission by permission of
instructor.




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EDUC 8122        Qualitative Research Methods                               EMSE 6070      Management of Research and Development
A general introduction to several major qualitative research                The integration of technological and business issues considered
traditions (e.g., biography, grounded theory, ethnography,                  as a vital part of the organizational adaptation process.
phenomenology, and case study). Application of qualitative                  Assessment of tools to evaluate the impact of research and
research design and procedures, including preliminary data                  development decisions on organizational effectiveness.
collection, analysis, and writing.
                                                                            EMSE 6014      Management of Engineering Contracts
EDUC 8131        Case Study Research Methods                                Study of the total contracting process (including initial budget
Techniques used to examine one or a few complex cases,                      preparation and justification, execution of a contract, and
collecting data from several types of sources and by several                administration of the contract to completion) considered from
methods. The course covers design, data collection, and data                the viewpoints of the industrial and government buyer and the
analysis/integration. Prerequisite: Educ 8122.                              seller of technical materials and services.
EDUC 8276        Seminar: Administration and Supervision                    EMSE 6099 Problems in Engineering
                                                                            Management and Systems Engineering
EDUC 8280 Critical Review of
                                                                            Capstone project providing the opportunity to apply concepts
Educational Leadership Literature
                                                                            and tools previously studied to the solution of a real-world
The techniques, tools, and presentation of critical reviews and
                                                                            problem. Students work in small groups, on a problem proposed
syntheses of educational literature used to inform forthcoming
                                                                            by students and approved by the instructor. Open only to
research. Systematic mapping of what is known and deriving
                                                                            master’s candidates in the department, preferably during the last
research questions, conceptual frameworks, and applicable
                                                                            year of their program.
methods. Prerequisite: an approved dissertation topic or permission
of instructor.                                                              EMSE 6410 Survey of Finance and
                                                                            Engineering Economics
EDUC 8505        Seminar: Higher Education Administration
                                                                            Survey of material relevant to financial decision making for
EDUC 8525        College and University Curriculum                          engineering activity. Includes traditional engineering economy
Development, patterns, creative design, issues, problems,                   topics; fundamentals of accounting; and financial planning,
evaluation, and trends in the higher education curriculum.                  budgeting, and estimating applicable to the management of
                                                                            technical organizations.
EDUC 8530        Leadership in Higher Education
Cognitive leadership theory as articulated in higher education:             EMSE 6801      Systems Engineering I
what leadership is, how it works, how it is practiced, how it is            Systems approach to the architecting and engineering of large-
considered by scholars and practitioners, and how it is                     scale systems; elements of systems engineering; methods and
researched. Case studies. Prerequisite: Educ 8540, 6510.                    standards; computer tools that support systems and software
                                                                            engineering; trends and directions; the integrative nature of
EDUC 8998        Pre-Dissertation Seminar
                                                                            systems engineering.
Required of all departmental Ed.D. degree candidates. Approval of the
dissertation research proposal by the dissertation committee is necessary   EMSE 6810      Systems Analysis and Management
for successful completion of the seminar. Admission by permission of        The systems or holistic approach as a methodology for making
instructor.                                                                 decisions and allocating resources. Analysis by means of
                                                                            objectives, alternatives, models, criteria, and feedback.
EDUC 8999        Dissertation Research
                                                                            Prerequisite: EMSE 6995 or equivalent.
Prerequisite: Educ 8998.
                                                                            EMSE 6815      Requirements Engineering
EMSE 6001 The Management of
Technical Organizations
                                                                            Focusing on the central role of requirements in systems
The practice of management as applied within technical                      engineering, requirement types, quality factors,
organizations. Includes history of the tradition and current                elicitation, analysis, tools, management, traceability,
effective practices, research findings, and case studies, with              prioritization, verification, and validation. The course
objectives of enhanced understanding of external and internal               will explore defining and maturing requirements with a
factors inf luencing organizational performance and leadership              requirements management tool, the definition of
requirements.                                                               capability based needs, and what the new concepts of
                                                                            agile systems development bring to the process.
EMSE 6005 Organizational Behavior
for the Engineering Manager                                                 EMSE 6820      Program and Project Management
The behavior of individuals and groups in the context of                    Problems in managing projects; project management as
technical organizations, focusing on relationships and                      planning, organizing, directing, and monitoring; project and
interactions within the organization’s operating activities.                corporate organizations; duties and responsibilities; the project
Individual and group development and motivation.                            plan; schedule, cost, earned-value and situation analysis;
Organizational structures and cultures.                                     leadership; team building; conf lict management; meetings,
                                                                            presentations, and proposals.
EMSE 6035        Marketing of Technology I
Analysis of industrial marketing process and functions,
providing concepts and tools for engineering managers to
market high technology products and services.




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EMSE 6850       Quantitative Models in Systems Engineering                FORS 6280 Advanced Incidence Response:
Quantitative modeling techniques and their application to                 Investigating Network-Based Attacks
decision making in systems engineering. Linear, integer, and              Detecting and responding to network- and host-based intruders,
nonlinear optimization models. Stochastic models: inventory               integrating intrusion detection systems into network topologies,
control, queuing systems, and regression analysis. Elements of            identifying methods hackers use to break into network systems,
Monte Carlo and discrete event system simulation. Prerequisite:           analyzing network traffic and detecting attacks, and creating an
ApSc 3115 or EMSE 6995.                                                   effective response strategy. Prerequisite: ForS 6279.
EMSE 6992 Special Topics:                                                 FORS 6285 High-Technology Crime
Quantitative Methods in Engineering Management                            Investigation Capstone Course
Provides mathematical foundations for analysis of problems in             For students in the final semester of the high-technology crime
engineering management and systems engineering, including                 investigation program only. Simulation of a computer forensic
optimization and other analytical tools. Prerequisite: college algebra.   investigation: developing an investigation plan, securing the
                                                                          crime scene, analyzing evidence, preparing the case for court,
FORS 2118 Introduction to
                                                                          and testifying in a moot court situation.
Computer Systems for Security Professionals
Aspects of computer systems and software that directly relate to          FORS 6290      Selected Topics: Internet Investigations
media analysis, i.e., storage, memory, the structure of file              Current issues in research, investigation, and law.
systems, and system peripherals that may contain evidence.
                                                                          FORS 6295      Research
FORS 2119 Introduction to Network Systems                                 Research on problems approved by the department, under the
for Security Professionals                                                supervision of an appropriate member of the program faculty.
Aspects of network tools, administrative tools, network                   Admission by permission only.
protocols, and fundamentals of TCP/IP that can be used to carry
                                                                          FORS 6298      Forensic Sciences Practicum
out a network-based attack. Development of a working
                                                                          Internship experience in a forensic science laboratory or
knowledge of how information is processed and can be
                                                                          criminal justice agency, under the supervision of an appropriate
intercepted on the Internet/Intranet.
                                                                          member of the program faculty. Students must preregister for
FORS 6259       Computer-Related Law                                      this course. Admission by permission only.
A problem-oriented course that focuses on applying the holdings
                                                                          HDEV 6108      Lifespan Human Development
of cases and analysis of statutes to different criminal fact
                                                                          Continuity and change in developmental attributes. The
patterns. The course is designed to examine criminal law,
                                                                          developing person in relation to social norms, roles, and stage-
criminal procedures, and evidence as it relates to computer
                                                                          graded expectations from birth to death. Interaction between
crime and the collection/analysis of digital evidence. Open only
                                                                          biogenetics and environment.
to students enrolled in off-campus forensic sciences programs.
                                                                          HDEV 6109      Child Development
FORS 6261       Security Management
                                                                          Normal development and the familial and social antecedents of
An overview of the factors that shape modern security
                                                                          developmental risk. Environments that foster competent children
management: technology, law, ethics and societal changes. The
                                                                          and developmental sequelae of childhood vulnerability and
course focuses on risk assessment and the necessity to identify,
                                                                          trauma. Adulthood consequences of child abuse and neglect.
analyze, and counter threat.
                                                                          HDEV 6110      Adolescent Development
FORS 6264       Protection of Information Systems
                                                                          Key attributes and problems in adolescent development. Normal
An overview of the types of information assets that need
                                                                          adolescent development and contemporary social problems in
protection from loss. Basic techniques covered include: effective
                                                                          relation to stress, risk, and resilience. For graduate students in
protection of automated information, including backup, disaster
                                                                          counseling, psychology, and related areas.
management, and intrusion detection.
                                                                          HOL 6100 Special Topic: Business Ethics
FORS 6277 Computer Forensics I:
                                                                          and the Human Resource Manager’s Role
Investigation and Data Gathering
                                                                          The Enron, Worldcom, Global Crossing scandals show us that
Techniques used to conduct computer crime investigations and
                                                                          even in business there is a lot more at stake in organizations than
gather probative evidence to secure conviction under federal
                                                                          the bottom line. Some sense of ethical behavior is needed. The
law. The role of the high-technology crime investigator as
                                                                          course investigates some of the ethical issues facing today’s
expert witness. Open only to students enrolled in the
                                                                          Human Resource Managers including acceptable risk, worker’s
department or by approval of the program director.
                                                                          rights, whistle-blowing, and outsourcing.
FORS 6278 Computer Forensics II:
                                                                          HOL 6700 Foundations of
Evidence and Analysis
                                                                          Human Resource Development
Threats to, and vulnerabilities of, computer systems and how to
                                                                          How individuals and groups learn and interact within
minimize them. Open only to students enrolled in the
                                                                          organizations and how organizations function and learn.
department or by approval of the program director.
                                                                          Motivation, group dynamics, systems theory, organizational
                                                                          culture, and change.




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HOL 6701     Adult Learning                                            LGAF 6202      Legislative Politics
Premises and theories used to meet learning needs of adults.           This course examines the theory, structure, and process of the
Overview of various learning theories and the impact of various        U.S. Congress, with emphasis on member-constituency
stages of adult development on learners. Topics including self-        relations, individual and collective decision making, party and
directed learning, accommodating individual learning needs,            committee activities, executive-legislative relations, and interest-
and creation of effective learning techniques.                         group activities.
HOL 6703     Organizational Change II                                  LGAF 6203      Executive-Legislative Relations
Introduction to the concepts, methods, and skills required for         This course explores the political and institutional relationships
effective consultation in organizations, as either an internal or an   between the executive and legislative branches of the federal
external consultant. Meeting the human needs in organizations,         government.
while improving performance and productivity. Students
                                                                       LGAF 6204      Research Methods
undertake a consulting project in an organization.
                                                                       This class examines alternative approaches to political analysis,
HOL 6704     Leadership in Organizations                               construction of research designs, and problems of measurement.
Developments in theory and research centered on organizational
                                                                       LGAF 6219      American Presidency
leadership. Emphasis on transformational leadership.
                                                                       The course will examine the institutional presidency and
HOL 6706     Issues in Human Resource Development                      personal aspects of the contemporary presidency. Emphasis will
Current issues and topics of importance in the field. Students         be placed on the “tools” available to the President to implement
gather data and analyze key topics associated with areas such as       his legislative agenda; develop policy; and lead the Executive
globalization, diversity in the workplace, organizational              Branch. Areas covered will include the roles of the White House
development, and ethics.                                               staff; the use of Executive Orders; responsibilities of the Office
                                                                       of Management and Budget; and the approaches of
HOL 6721     Assessing the Impact of HRD Efforts
                                                                       contemporary Presidents.
Knowledge and skills needed to evaluate the impact and return
on investment of HRD efforts. Focus on how to plan and                 LGAF 6222      Parties and Elections
conduct systematic evaluations of HRD efforts, including the           The course will examine the nature and function of American
choice, development, and use of various tools for measuring            political parties; organizational status, nominating and electoral
individual, group, and organizational change.                          politics, and role in governing
ISTM 6201 Information Systems                                          LGAF 6234      PACs and Congress
Development and Applications                                           The course will explore selected problems of PAC management
The information systems life cycle evaluated in terms of               and the interaction with Members of Congress, with special
technologies, impact, and management. Structured and object-           emphasis on the laws governing PAC participation in political
oriented analysis, prototyping, software reuse, testing, life-cycle    and policy debates.
costs, software development environments, and organizational
                                                                       LGAF 6240      Congressional Committees
and behavioral aspects of development projects.
                                                                       This course focuses on the legislative workshops of both
ISTM 6204 Information Technology                                       chambers: the committees and subcommittees. Jurisdiction and
Project Management                                                     committee leadership are key factors in determining how policy
Project and program management practices with an emphasis on           ideas move forward and become law. This course will review
information technology projects. The basic tools of project            the origins of committees from the First Congress through the
management: work breakdown structure, cost, schedule and               present one and review how customs, norms and rules govern
performance goal setting, and risk analysis.                           committee behavior and decision-making.
ISTM 6207     Information Resources Management                         LGAF 6240      Legislative Drafting
Information resources management strategically assesses and            This is a skills-oriented course intended to provide an
exploits information technology assets for competitive                 introduction primarily for non-lawyers to the process of
advantage. The CIO role in information resources management,           legislative drafting in the U.S. Congress. You will learn to
planning, security, information integration, enterprise model          understand the differing roles of policy maker and legislative
development, and data administration.                                  drafter and how the legislative drafting process fits into the
ISTM 6213     Enterprise Web and Database Applications                 broader policy making and legislative process.
Enterprise applications concepts, architecture, and technologies       LGAF 6240      Congress and Labor Politics
for emerging technologies and IT frameworks. The Internet as a         This course examines the relationship between Congress and
major resource for globally distributed applications using grid        Labor and the impact on public policy, campaigns and elections.
and utility computing. Web servers, development methods and            Students will develop a basic understanding of the American
techniques, data stores for massively distributed applications, and    labor movement, the history of the relationship between the
client/server side scripting.                                          federal government and unions as well as between union leaders
LGAF 6201      Politics and Public Policy                              and political leaders. Students will examine the modern agenda
This course examines the political processes that inf luence           of the labor movement, reactions against labor, and labor’s role
policy formulation, policy implementation, and the uses of             in modern campaigns and elections. Students will leave the
policy analysis.                                                       course prepared to interact with labor unions and union leaders
                                                                       in the context of public policy and political decisions and with
                                                                       the ability to anticipate the labor movement’s actions in those
                                                                       areas.


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LGAF 6260      Congress and Institutional Change                      ORSC 6298      Directed Readings
                                                                      Supervised readings in selected fields within organizational
ORSC 6209      Management Systems
                                                                      sciences. Admission by prior permission of faculty advisor and
An overview of theoretical frameworks, evolution, concepts,
                                                                      instructor.
and methods of complex organizational systems. Modern
organization theory using systems thinking and concepts.              PSHC 6201 Introduction to
Organizational and management systems paradigm shifts.                Health Care Corporate Compliance
Problem solving and decision making, stakeholder theory,              Core elements and strategies for compliance plan development
organizational environments, organizational effectiveness.            and implementation. Key statutes and regulations, policy
                                                                      guidance, and enforcement initiatives.
ORSC 6212 Current Issues in
Personnel Testing and Selection                                       PSHC 6202 Compliance with
Psychometric, legal, and organizational issues in personnel           Laws and Regulations
employment testing and selection, reliability and validity of         Issues of governance and corporate responsibility, antikickback
selection instruments, and the utility of selection systems. The      and antitrust law, Civil False Claims Act, Emergency Medical
legal environment, including test fairness in selection, adverse      Treatment and Active Labor Act, HIPAA. Prerequisite: PSHC
impact, and statistical models of test fairness and specific          6201. May be repeated once for credit.
selection techniques. Prerequisite: Stat 2104.                        PSHC 6203 Case Studies in
ORSC 6222 Theory and Practice                                         Health Care Corporate Compliance
of Compensation Management                                            Case study approach to investigation and analysis of compliance
Analysis of contemporary compensation systems from both               issues. Application of principles and diagnostic and remediation
theoretical and practical perspectives, including the latest          skills to real-world situations. Prerequisite: PSHC 6202.
decisions of courts and regulatory agencies. Examination of           PSIS 4131     Molecular Biology for Biotechnology
motivational theories of pay, determinants and effects of salary      The understanding of the molecular basis of Biotechnology.
structures on performance, incentive plans, performance-based         The course consists of a 4 hour/week meeting time which will
compensation, and managerial compensation systems.                    be a combination of lectures, hands-on laboratory experience,
ORSC 6241 Strategic Management                                        journal clubs, and discussions. The laboratory component is
and Policy Formation                                                  designed to reinforce the concepts discussed in lecture and
Processes and theories of strategic management in the profit and      provide the student with practical experience in basic molecular
not-for-profit sectors. Analysis of behavioral, sociopolitical, and   biology techniques as they apply to concepts presented in
economic forces underlying strategy formulation. Issues of            lecture. The journal clubs and discussions are designed to
strategic competitive advantage; corporate diversification;           introduce students to the critical analysis of primary research
multinational corporations; evaluation and choice; and                articles as well as reinforce the concepts taught in the lecture.
implementation of functional and corporate strategies.
                                                                      PSIS 4132     Physical Principles of Biotechnology
ORSC 6242 Organizational Communication                                Basic physical principles underlying experimental exploration
and Conflict Management                                               and the mechanisms behind the fields of proteomics,
Theories and models of communications and communication               bioinformatics, and genomics.
media; barriers to effective communication and techniques for
                                                                      PSIS 4133     Bioinformatics
improving interpersonal, group, and organizational
                                                                      The use of computational techniques in molecular biology,
communications. Sources of conf lict in organizations at the
                                                                      genetics, and evolution. Techniques and software for database
individual, group, and organizational levels; methods of conf lict
                                                                      searching, sequence alignment, gene finding, phylogenetics,
management and resolution.
                                                                      genomics and proteomics.
ORSC 6243 Seminar: Leadership in
                                                                      PSIS 4141     Computers and Telecommunications
Complex Organizations
                                                                      Networks
The view of leadership taken in this seminar extends theories
                                                                      Telecommunications and networking as applied to enterprises in
beyond the interpersonal, near-immediate time frame toward an
                                                                      the commercial and public sector. LANs and Internet
organizational perspective in which cause-and-effect linkages
                                                                      technologies. Selection of technologies and configurations
are traced. The leadership role as an attribute of a system. How
                                                                      necessary to support business applications.
effective leaders reduce uncertainty through appropriate adaptive
change.                                                               PSIS 4142     Relational Databases and Their Design
                                                                      The theory, architecture, and implementation of database
ORSC 6295      Directed Research
                                                                      management systems in corporate and organization information
Supervised research in selected fields within organizational
                                                                      systems. Fundamental concepts of database and processing.
sciences. Admission by prior permission of faculty advisor and
                                                                      Hands-on experience with database management packages.
instructor.
                                                                      PSIS 4143     Systems Integration
ORSC 6297      Special Topics
                                                                      The analysis, design, and implementation of management
Special topics in human resource strategic planning, computer-
                                                                      information systems (MIS), and integration of subsystems.
based learning, human–computer interaction, management
                                                                      Structured methodologies and techniques for various stages of
information technology, knowledge management, coaching, and
                                                                      the MIS development process. Computer-aided software
organizational design.
                                                                      engineering tools.




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PSIS 4190     Capstone Project and Senior Thesis                      PSLD 6223      History of Landscape Design
Real-world project involving team-work, problem-solving,              Slide-illustrated lectures present the major traditions in landscape
presentations, and a senior thesis demonstrating the content          design history. Readings, in-class exercises, and out-of-class
learned in the curriculum.                                            projects may be required. No prerequisites.
PSLD 6100      Landscape Graphics                                     PSLD 6232      Site Design I
Learn to use drafting equipment and develop graphic and               Through lectures, site visits, and design projects, this studio
sketching skills. Course work includes landscape plans, section,      design course focuses on analyzing the requirements of the
elevation, and axonometric drawing, and an introduction in the        program and the site to develop designs that respond both to
use of color media. Materials & equipment purchased for this          client needs and environmental context. Continued development
class are used in all studio courses. Contact the Program Office      of graphic techniques. Prerequisite: PSLD 6204.
or check the Landscape Design website for the materials to be         PSLD 6233      Site Design II
purchased by the first class. Entry-level course.                     Continuation of Site Design I. Moving through a series of
PSLD 6102      Introduction to Plants                                 projects, this courses examines different issues in context,
A survey course in Plant Science, which introduces students to        program and client requirements. Prerequisite: PSLD 6232.
the common groups of plants, with a general focus on the              PSLD 6234      Planting Design I
structure and function of higher vascular plants. An entry-level      This studio course focuses on the use of plants as an important
course, this is a prerequisite for the Woody Plants series.           design element. Topics include plants in contemporary design,
PSLD 6201      Introduction to Design                                 plant characteristics, cultural requirements, environmental
Develop an understanding of design tools available to the             factors, plant selection, the process of planting design, planting
landscape designer through analysis of existing landscapes,           specifications, planting details, planting cost estimates, and
exploring design through media other than the landscape, and a        continued development of graphic skills. Prerequisite: PSLD 6233
final design project. Group projects, in-class reviews, and an        and PSLD 6220, 6222, 6224, 6226 and 6228.
introduction to study models, research techniques, and writing        PSLD 6235      Planting Design II
begin to create a vocabulary with which students can both             Continuation of Planting Design I. Prerequisite: PSLD 6234.
describe and critique their designs and the work of others.
Prerequisite: PSLD 6100.                                              PSLD 6260      Introduction to Sustainable Design
                                                                      Sustainable Design defined as working within an environmental
PSLD 6202      Site Analysis
                                                                      system to meet today’s needs without negative effects on future
Learn to inventory and record existing site conditions including      generations. The interaction of forest systems, air and water to
slope, soil, microclimate, and context. Studio work includes base     form an ecosystem. An overview of current practice in
plans, sections, and site program. Two Saturday or Sunday field       conservation and design in the built environment.
exercises are required for this course. The dates are discussed at
the first class. Prerequisite: PSLD 6201.                             PSLD 6261      Ecology of the Built Environment
                                                                      Establishes the fundamental ecological framework for the
PSLD 6203      Site Engineering
                                                                      curriculum. Explores concepts and theories behind natural
Learn the principles and techniques of basic site engineering,        communities and their ecological relationships and introduces
including grading, drainage, earthwork, and the design of steps       landscape tools that address how ecology and landscape purify
ramps, walls, and terraces. Prerequisite: PSLD 6202.                  and clean water and air, and restore damaged and eroded
PSLD 6204      Construction Methods and Materials                     environments.
Develop an understanding of commonly used landscape                   PSLD 6265      Native Plants II
construction materials, including stone, concrete, masonry and        Identification and design characteristics of native plant material.
wood. Learn to incorporate design elements such as decks,             Understanding the fundamental natural framework that defines
patios, fences and walkways into the landscape. Prerequisite:         ecological plant communities of the mid-Atlantic region
PSLD 6203.
                                                                      PSLD 6266      Ecological Restoration
PSLD 6213      Contemporary Themes In Landscape Design
                                                                      Many plants imported from other regions of the world have
Faculty-moderated active discussions on contemporary                  escaped their original confines and invaded woodlands and
movements in landscape architecture. Readings, in-class               landscapes. Techniques for removal of exotic invasives and
exercises, and out-of-class projects may be required. Prerequisite:   ecosystem restoration.
PSLD 6223.
                                                                      PSLD 6270      Sustainable Design Charrette
PSLD 6220      Landscape Plants for Early Fall
                                                                      Studio design thesis course. Expansion of techniques to unify
Identification characteristics, design applications and aesthetic,    sustainable elements in a single creation. Either singly or in
functional and cultural aspects of approximately 60 trees, shrubs,    groups, students follow a focused design, development and juried
vines and f lowering plants for each of the periods specified.        presentation process on a fully sustainable, complete site design.
Lectures and field study. Prerequisite: PSLD 6102.
                                                                      PSLM 6202      Applying Strategic Management
PSLD 6222      Landscape Plants for Late Fall
                                                                      Team projects using a simulated law firm case study, including
Identification characteristics, design applications and aesthetic,    practice group and office profitability analysis, market
functional and cultural aspects of approximately 60 trees, shrubs,    assessments, creation of strategic plans, and merger analyses.
vines and f lowering plants for each of the periods specified.        Prerequisite: PSLM 6201.
Lectures and field study. Prerequisite: PSLD 6102.




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PSLM 6203 Practical Applications                                    PSPB 6251      Fundamentals of Electronic Publishing
of Law Firm Management                                              Practical issues faced in electronic publishing. Integrating
Presentation of strategic plans, analyses, and recommendations      traditional production technologies with long-term digital
developed in PSLM 6202 before a panel of faculty, managing          publishing strategies.
partners, and law firm professionals. Prerequisite: PSLM 6202.
                                                                    PSPB 6255      E-Publishing Infrastructure
PSLX 6210      American Jurisprudence                               The strengths, weaknesses, and utilities intrinsic to content
Local, state, and federal court systems; jurisdiction and venue;    architecture, including reapplications of existing data and open
procedural rules and rules of evidence; ethical considerations.     source vs. proprietary solutions. Prerequisite: PSPB 6251.
PSLX 6211     Legal Research and Writing                            PSPB 6261      Editorial Content, Rights, and Permissions
Cost-effective legal research tools and methodologies; print and    In this course, students will explore how editorial content is
electronic resources; drafting, editing, and preparing legal        developed and obtained and its relationship to the rights and
documents.                                                          permissions process. Included is exposure to the decision-
PSLX 6213      Corporations and Contracts Law                       making process in terms of reconciling distribution of content
The processes of corporate law practice; corporate entities; SEC    for both revenue and non-revenue purposes.
rules and regulations; the Uniform Commercial Code; contract        PSPR 6201      Public Relations Principles and Practices
formation; business ethics.                                         Basic rules and strategies in public relations. Major trends; major
PSLX 6214      Administrative Law                                   firms; types of business; expertise; and career trajectories in the
The structure, scope, and regulatory procedures of various          field. New media and integrated media communications.
federal, state, and local administrative agencies.                  PSPR 6202 Advanced Writing
                                                                    for PR Professionals
PSLX 6215      Government Contracts Law
The law and processes of the procurement, formation, and            Strategic thinking and compositional precision as the source of
execution of government contracts.                                  PR efficacy and power. Writing for blogs, websites, and other
                                                                    online media. Students compose a press kit in both draft and
PSLX 6216      Elements of Intellectual Property Law                edited form.
Legal structure of the various parts of an intellectual law
                                                                    PSPR 6204 Media Relations
practice, including patent, trade, and copyright law.
                                                                    in the New World Media
PSLX 6217 Prosecution and Litigation                                Media relations from both public relations and public affairs
in Intellectual Law Practice                                        perspectives. Factors that inf luence reportorial and editorial
Processes, supporting documentation, laws, and rules of IP          coverage of business, government, and nonprofit interests.
prosecution and litigation.
                                                                    PSPR 6205 The Business and
PSLX 6218      International Trade and Finance                      Budgeting of Public Relations
The law of international trade, licensing, and investment; basics   Management aspects, including the financial practices and
of international commercial and contract law.                       human relations issues, in consulting firms, trade associations,
PSLX 6219      International Litigation
                                                                    advocacy organizations, or interest groups. Students develop a
The rules, processes, and law of international litigation and       detailed budget for a PR program or public affairs project.
international organizations.                                        PSPR 6208 Strategic Marketing and Marketing
                                                                    Communications
PSLX 6221      Tanzanian Legal System
                                                                    The evolution of integrated marketing communications to
PSLX 6222      Tanzanian Community Law                              extend the reach and inf luence of public relations and public
                                                                    affairs, including branding, podcasts and cause marketing.
PSMB 6261      Physics of Biotechnology I
                                                                    Integration of old and new media.
Basic physical principles underlying experimental exploration       PSPR 6210      Community and Employee Engagement
and the mechanisms behind the fields of proteomics,
                                                                    PSSL 6240      Political Violence and Terrorism
bioinformatics, and genomics. PSMB 6261: fundamentals of
                                                                    The evolution of terrorism and politically motivated violence.
molecular detection; PSMB 6262: applications to biosensors.
                                                                    Shifts in the operational tactics of guerrilla, terrorist, and
PSMB 6263      Management of Innovation                             insurgent groups and rogue states. Approaches to the
Business, technological, economic, and political factors that       formulation of counterterrorist strategies.
inf luence development of scientific and technical products,
                                                                    PSSL 6241 Globalization of Threats
processes, and services.
                                                                    and International Security
PSPB 6201      Book and Journal Publishing                          The conduct of national and international threat assessment. The
Overview of publishing: acquisition, contract negotiation,          various international legal and strategic options available to
editing, design and production, marketing and sales, and            public safety agencies.
subsidiary rights.
                                                                    PSSL 6242      Security and Civil Liberties
PSPB 6213      Book Design                                          Issues that arise as states attempt to reconcile the maintenance of
The design process, including the use of various design software    civil liberties and human rights with the control of crime,
programs, the impact of design technology, and interface with       prevention of terrorism, and protection of its citizens.
other parts of the publishing enterprise.



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PSSL 6250      Strategic Planning and Budgeting                       STAT 6236      Introduction to Sampling
The adaptation of strategic planning and performance measures         Problems of sampling and sample design. Simple random, stratified,
beyond budgeting for the requirements of government agencies          systematic, cluster, and multistate designs; control of sampling and
that deal with long-term security issues.                             non-sampling errors. Prerequisite: Stat 1051 or equivalent.
PSSL 6251     Interagency Cooperation                                 STAT 6238      Survey Management
Cooperation initiatives across agencies through mutual assistance     Tools used in the management of a survey operation from the
agreements and regional, national, and international structures.      initial customer contacts through training, fieldwork, data
Issues of technology interoperability and legal and                   processing, data analysis, report writing, and presentation of
interorganizational challenges.                                       results. Issues in budgeting, staffing, and scheduling, with
                                                                      emphasis on quality management.
PSSL 6252 Emergency Management
|and Crisis Communication                                             TSTD 6249      Sustainable Destination Development
Basic principles of emergency planning, including development         Relationship of tourism and sustainable development; specific
of an across-the-board response plan involving all levels of          emphasis on cultural, environmental, and economic impacts and
government and the private sector. Strategies for ensuring that       trends.
communication channels are open and secure during a crisis
                                                                      TSTD 6251 Quantitative Applications
situation.
                                                                      in Tourism/Hospitality Management
PSSL 6253      Managing the Politics of Leadership                    Application of quantitative methods in tourism and hospitality
An in-depth look at the role of power and inf luence in               management research. Procedures and methodology for
organizations. Case studies demonstrate the necessity of              collecting data, summarizing and interpreting data, and drawing
mobilizing the political support and resources needed to              conclusions based on the data.
implement objectives.
                                                                      TSTD 6261      Destination Planning
PSSL 6254      Strategic Change Leadership                            Integrated planning for tourism organizations; development of
The challenges, techniques, burdens, and successes associated         comprehensive tourism projects; consideration of basic concepts,
with initiating and implementing change within an                     approaches, and models.
organization. The process of organizational change from
                                                                      TSTD 6263       Destination Marketing
multiple theoretical vantages.
                                                                      Concepts and techniques employed in marketing tourism
PSSL 6270     Capstone Project                                        industry services and development of the annual marketing plan.
Development of a research project integrating theoretical and
                                                                      TSTD 6266      Sport and Event Facility Management
analytic perspectives applied to improving organizational
                                                                      Financing, market analysis, design, operations, and marketing of
effectiveness in public safety agencies.
                                                                      sport and event facilities from stadiums and arenas to
PSUS 201     Principles of Sustainable Urban Planning                 amphitheaters and convention centers.
PSUS 202     Economics of Sustainable Communities                     TSTD 6277      Event Management
                                                                      An introduction to the theoretical and practical foundations of
PSUS 203     Statistics and Research Methods
                                                                      event management. Fundamentals of planning, budgeting, and
This course develops the capacity of students to apply research
                                                                      evaluating events. Prerequisite: M.T.A. candidacy or permission of
methods to planning-related issues. Examination of a variety of
                                                                      instructor.
alternative approaches to designing and conducting research.
Students learn how to become informed consumers and                   TSTD 6279      Event Entertainment Management
producers of planning-related research.                               Event entertainment, including designing and planning the
                                                                      entertainment component of an event, as well as managing and
PSUS 210     Sustainable Transportation Systems
                                                                      marketing entertainers in an event context.
SPED 6201      Overview of Special Education
                                                                      TSTD 6280       Cultural Tourism
Survey course to acquaint prospective teachers with special
                                                                      Workshops with emphasis on contemporary issues and
education and to help them become aware of the various
                                                                      opportunities; development of advanced professional
educational modifications necessary to accommodate children
                                                                      competencies. May be repeated for credit with permission of advisor.
with special needs in a school program.
                                                                      TSTD 6280       Community Based Tourism
STAT 6233     Questionnaire Design
                                                                      Workshops with emphasis on contemporary issues and
Questionnaire development from the perspective of cognitive
                                                                      opportunities; development of advanced professional
techniques. Questionnaire issues range from choosing the mode
                                                                      competencies. May be repeated for credit with permission of advisor.
of data collection (mail, telephone, or in-person) to selecting the
respondent to the differences between asking attitude and factual     TSTD 6297      Advanced Topical Studies
questions. Pretesting the instrument chosen.                          Required capstone experience for tourism administration
                                                                      students who do not select the thesis option. Analysis of case
STAT 6234 Intermediate Statistical Laboratory:
Statistical Computing Packages
                                                                      situations involving policy formulation or management decision
Application of program packages (e.g., SAS, SPSS) to the              making; emphasis on applied strategic planning and management
solution of one-, two- and k-sample parametric and                    approaches.
nonparametric statistical problems. Basic concepts in data            TSTD 6298       Directed Reading and Research
preparation, modification, analysis and interpretation of results.    Supervised readings or research. Admission by prior permission of
Prerequisite: an introductory statistics course.                      instructor. May be repeated for credit.


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                                                        (for Landscape Design textbook info see page 14)
                                                                     800 21st Street, NW
                                                                    Washington, DC 20052
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                                                                     BOOKORDER
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                                                                                                                         Total Cost of Books
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                                                                                             Shipping and Handling Charges (See Below)
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                                                                     (703) 299-0297



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                    If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact the Director of your nearest GW center:

 Annette Allgood, Director          Annette Allgood, Director                                                                    Gregory M. Logan, Ed.D.,                                                                  Paula D. Harper,
   Alexandria Graduate                Graduate Education                                                                                 Director                                                                         Executive Director
    Education Center                   Center, Arlington                                                                         Hampton Roads Center                                                                   GW Virginia Science and
      (703) 299-0197                     (703) 248-6200                                                                              (757) 269-4949                                                                      Technology Campus
    allgood@gwu.edu                    allgood@gwu.edu                                                                              glogan@gwu.edu                                                                         (703) 726-3660
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             444 Nor th Capitol Street, NW                                                          2020 K Street, NW, Lower Level
                Washington, DC 20001                                                                    Washington, DC 20006
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           HAMPTON ROADS CENTER                                          A D VA N C E D T E C H N O L O G Y C E N T E R
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                 Newpor t News, VA 23602                                              Virg inia Beach, VA 23453
                     (757) 269-4949


                                                                            CAMPUS AND CENTER
                                                                               INFORMATION

                                                                  Alexandria Graduate Education Center . . . . . . . (703) 299-0297
                                                                  Graduate Education Center, Arlington . . . . . . . . (703) 248-6200
                                                                  Hampton Roads Center. . . . . . (757) 269-4949/(804) 649-1333
                                                                  K Street Center for Professional Education. . . . . (202) 496-8422
                                                                  GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus . . (703) 726-8200


                                                                    For driving directions, Metro, and parking information, visit
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 ATC          Advanced Technology Center, Virginia Beach            NALG         U.S. National Arboretum/Local Gardens
 DL           Distance Learning/online                              EXPLOR       GW Virginia Science and Technology
 DQ           Duqués Hall, Main Campus                                           Campus, Exploration Hall
 GECA         Graduate Education Center, Arlington                  INNOVT       GW Virginia Science and Technology
 HAN          Hanover High School, Mechanicsville                                Campus, Innovation Hall
 HOS          Capitol Hill/Hall of the States                       ENTPRS       GW Virginia Science and Technology
 HRC          Hampton Roads Center, Newport News                                 Campus, Enterprise Hall
 KST          K Street Center for Professional Education




82   FOR UP-TO-DATE CLASS SCHEDULES: WWW.GWU.EDU/~SCHEDULE • TO REGISTER: MY.GWU.EDU – SEE PAGE 6 FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS.
                                  TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
                                                          GENERAL INFORMATION
       (800) JOIN-GWU                    t      (202) 973-1130                t      (703) 248-2800                t      (804) 649-0328                t      (757) 249-3522
                                   Weather Line (202) 994-5050 or (703) 726-8333 or listen to WTOP or WMAL

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                                                 GW OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS
Accelerated Engineering Management..................................................................................................(703) 248-2800 / (703) 726-8253
Accelerated Tourism Administration ..................................................................................................................................(202) 994-2110
Applied Quantitative Risk Analysis ....................................................................................................................................(202) 994-7514
Bachelor’s Degree Completion in Integrated Information, Science, and Technology ..........................................................(703) 726-8253
Computer Science/Computer Security & Information Assurance.......................................................................................(703) 726-8253
Design and Assessment of Adult Learning ........................................................................................................................(757) 269-2209
Educational Administration .......................................................................................(703) 299-9147 / (804) 649-1333 / (757) 269-2202
Electrical Engineering........................................................................................................................................................(703) 726-8253
Engineering Management .....................................................................................................................(703) 299-0199 / (757) 269-2209
Engineering & Technology Management ...........................................................................................................................(703) 299-0199
Executive Leadership in Human and Organizational Learning............................................................................................(703) 726-3769
Executive MIS ...................................................................................................................................................................(703) 726-8330
Forensic Sciences (High Technology Crime Investigation & Security Management)............................................................(703) 248-6208
Global Leadership in Teams and Organizations .................................................................................................................(703) 726-3788
Healthcare Corporate Compliance ....................................................................................................................................(703) 299-0199
Higher Education Administration .......................................................................................................................................(703) 726-3773
Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness & Response...............................................................................................(703) 299-0199
Human Resource Development ............................................................................................................(703) 299-0294 / (757) 269-2209
Information Systems Technology ..........................................................................................................(703) 248-6208 / (703) 726-8330
Landscape Design ............................................................................................................................................................(703) 299-0199
Law Firm Management .....................................................................................................................................................(703) 299-9147
Legislative Affairs ..............................................................................................................................................................(202) 994-6000
Organizational Learning and Change ................................................................................................................................(757) 269-2209
Organizational Sciences (Human Resources Management & Organizational Management) ...............................................(703) 248-6209
Paralegal Studies ..............................................................................................................................................................(703) 248-6209
Publishing .........................................................................................................................................................................(703) 726-8297
School Counseling............................................................................................................................................................(703) 299-9147
Secondary Education/Initial Teaching Licensure ................................................................................................................(703) 726-8297
Security and Safety Leadership ............................................................................................................(703) 248-6208 / (757) 269-2209
Strategic Public Relations .................................................................................................................................................(202) 994-6000
Survey Design & Data Analysis .........................................................................................................................................(703) 299-9147
Sustainable Landscapes ...................................................................................................................................................(703) 299-0199
Sustainable Urban Planning ..............................................................................................................................................(202) 973-1130
Systems Engineering ........................................................................................................................................................(703) 299-0199
Telecommunications & Computers....................................................................................................................................(703) 726-8253


                                                                      OTHER NUMBERS
Admissions Information Packet ................................................................................(202) 973-1130 / (804) 649-0328 / (757) 249-3522
Disability Support Services ...............................................................................................................................................(202) 994-8250
Financial Aid ......................................................................................................................(202) 994-6620 or toll free 1-800-222-6242
Gelman Library and Aladin ....................................................................................................................(202) 994-6558 / (703) 726-8230
GW Bookstore ...................................................................................................................(202) 994-6870 or toll free 1-800-582-0777
GWorld Student ID Cards ................................................................................................................................................(202) 994-1795
Main Campus Graduate Programs ..................................................................................................................................(202) 994-3900
On-site Customized Education .........................................................................................................................................(202) 994-7637
Student Accounts ............................................................................................................................................................(202) 994-7350
Student Administrative Services (Schedule & Invoice Concerns)
      DC Metro Area ............................................................................................................................(202) 496-6292 / (202) 496-6293
      Richmond & Hampton Roads ......................................................................................................(804) 649-1333 / (757) 269-4949
Veterans Benefits .............................................................................................................................................................(202) 994-1586



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GW OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS
950 N. GLEBE ROAD, 6TH FLOOR
ARLINGTON,VA 22203

PHONE: 202.973.1130 FAX: 202.973.1169
E-MAIL: ocp@gwu.edu
WEB: www.gwu.edu/offcampusprograms




                                                 SEVEN CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
                                      ALEXANDRIA, VA n ARLINGTON, VA n ASHBURN, VA n K STREET CENTER, DC
                             NEWPORT NEWS, VA n RICHMOND, VA n VIRGINIA BEACH, VA n ALSO DISTANCE LEARNING / ONLINE


                                                         FALL I                                                                                      FALL II
                          METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON, HAMPTON ROADS                                                                (applies only to Hampton Roads, Landscape Design,
                                       AND RICHMOND                                                                                        and select Alexandria Programs)
                      PRIORITY REGISTRATION                                                                          GENERAL REGISTRATION
                      All degree-seeking graduate students ................................ March 28                 All degree-seeking graduate students ..............April 6 – October 23
                                                                                                                     Non-degree .................................................August 1 – October 23
                      GENERAL REGISTRATION
                      All degree-seeking candidates ........................... April 6 – August 28                  Classes Begin+ ........................................................... October 24
                      Non-degree ............................................................... August 1 – 28            Landscape Design .................................................. October 31
                      Classes Begin+................................................. August 29                      LATE REGISTRATION*
                                                                                                                     All Students
                      LATE REGISTRATION*
                                                                                                                           (degree and non-degree) ............................... October 24 – 31
                      All students                                                                                   Last day for Web Add/Drop on GWEB......................... October 31
                            (degree and non-degree) ................August 29 – September 11
                      Last day for Web Add/Drop on                                                                   NON-DEGREE REGISTRATION
                            GWEB & Consortium Registration ..................September 11                            See information on page 7.
                      Last day to add a course using the RTF-EZ
                            or drop a course using the RTF-EZ                                                        HOLIDAYS – NO CLASSES
                            without academic penalty (applies only to                                                Thanksgiving Break (W-F) .................................. November 23-25
                            14-week courses) ................................................September 23
                      Last day to withdraw from a course with a
                            grade of “W” using an RTF-EZ or to                                                         REGISTER EARLY FOR SPRING 2012!
                            change grade mode with Dean’s permission                                                    Visit www.nearyou.gwu.edu/enrollment for
                            (applies only to 14-week courses) ......................... October 21                        a full registration calendar for Spring 2012.


                             +
                                 Please see individual programs for exact start dates. *$80 fee applies during late registration for any initial registration.



                                                                 GENERAL INFORMATION
                                        (202) 973-1130                   n     (703) 248-2800                    n     (757) 249-3522                 n     (804) 649-0328
                                                                   Please see inside back cover for a complete telephone directory.
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                                                         REGISTER ONLINE WITH GWEB
                                                                                           http://my.gwu.edu
                                                      7 days a week 7:00am-8:00pm during registration dates (above).
                                               Registration Assistants will be available Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:45pm
                                                                at (202) 994-4900 or 1-800-526-5641.
                                                                                    Please see page 6 for complete instructions.

				
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