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1 TRADITION. COMMUNITY. EDUCATION.

2 NASHUA, NH CATALOG Volume 10 Daniel Webster College Published July 1, University Drive Nashua, NH

3 Table of Contents Academic Calendars Campus Academic Calendar 4 Online Academic Calendar 6 About Daniel Webster College 8 Mission Statement 8 Ownership 8 Board of Directors 8 Administration and Faculty 8 State Authorization 8 Accreditation 9 Campus Location 9 Campus Facilities 9 Veterans Memorial Library 10 Academic Resources 11 Applicants and Students with Disabilities 11 Programs and Courses Offered 11 Undergraduate Admission 12 Recommended Preparation for Undergraduate Programs 12 Notification of Decision 12 Advanced Placement 12 Transfer Credit 12 Veterans 13 Writing and Math Placement 13 Application Procedures: On Campus Undergraduate Programs 13 Campus Visits 13 International Applicants 13 Application Procedures: Online Undergraduate Programs 14 Undergraduate Conditional Admission 15 Graduate Admission 15 Notification of Decision 16 Transfer Credit 16 Application Procedures: Online Graduate Programs 16 Graduate Conditional Admission 16 Financial Information 17 Tuition and Fees College Payment Policy 18 Refund Policy For Withdrawal from the College 19 Return of Books and Supplies 22 Explanation of Fees 23 Financial Assistance 24 Federal Financial Aid Administered by the U.S. Department of Education 24 GI Bill Education Benefits 26 President s Scholarship 27 FIRST Scholarship 29 1

4 Federal and Private Education Loan Code of Conduct and Disclosures 30 Student Affairs 32 Philosophy and Mission Statement 32 Housing and Residential Education 32 Commuter Services 33 Dining Services 33 Counseling Services 34 Health Services 34 Student Involvement and Leadership 34 New Student Programs 35 Anti-Harassment 36 Student Complaint/Grievance Procedure 36 Office of Career Services 39 Athletics 40 Campus Safety 40 Campus Parking 40 College Identification Cards 40 Emergency Response 40 Academic Information and Regulations 40 Academic Course Planning and Registration 41 Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) 42 Independent Study or Directed Study 43 Internships and Practica 44 System of Grading 45 Additional Information for Online Students 47 Graduation Requirements 48 Degree Options 49 Double Major 49 Minor 49 Academic Honors 50 Graduation Honors 51 Class Standing 52 Satisfactory Academic Progress 52 Ethical Standards 55 Appeals and Grievance Procedure 57 Withdrawal from the College 59 Privacy of Student Records (FERPA) 60 Degree Programs 63 Associate of Science 63 Bachelor of Science 63 Master of Business Administration 63 BS to MBA 4+1 Pathway 63 General Education 64 DWC Writing Program (On Campus only) 67 Cultural and Interdisciplinary Studies 67 Service Learning at DWC 67 2

5 ROTC 67 Army ROTC 67 Air Force ROTC 67 Air Force ROTC Course Descriptions 68 School of Arts and Sciences 69 BS Psychology 69 School of Aviation Sciences 72 BS Air Traffic Management 73 BS Aviation Management 76 School of Business and Management 80 BS Accounting 83 AS Business Administration Online Only 87 BS Business Administration Online Only 90 BS Business Management 93 BS Construction Business Management Online Only 96 BS Health Services Management 99 BS Homeland Security 103 BS Marketing Management 107 BS Sport Management 111 MBA Management Online 115 BS to MBA Pathway 116 School of Engineering and Computer Sciences 117 BS Aeronautical Engineering 118 BS Computer Science 122 BS Construction Management 126 BS Electrical and Computer Engineering 129 BS Game Design and Development 133 BS Game Programming 137 BS Management Information Systems 141 BS Mechanical Engineering 144 Course Descriptions 148 College Directory 205 Board of Directors 205 Corporate Officers 205 Administration, Faculty and Staff 206 Directions to Daniel Webster College 216 Equal Opportunity 216 Appendix I Program of Study Information 217 Appendix II Student Handbook/Student Athlete Handbook 219 3

6 Campus Academic Calendar FALL 2015 Sunday, August 30, 2015 Sunday, August 30 Monday, August 31 Monday, August 31 Tuesday, September 1 Monday, September 7 Tuesday, September 8 Saturday, October 3 Monday, October 12 Tuesday, October 13 Wednesday, October 21 Friday, October 30 New Students Arrive New Student Orientation Residence Halls Open for New Students Campus Offices Open Check-In for Returning Students Residence Halls Open for Returning Students Fall Semester Begins Labor Day Classes in Session Campus Offices Open Fall Semester Last day to Add or Drop a Course Family Day Columbus Day Holiday No Classes Campus Offices Closed All Classes Meet on a Monday Schedule Mid-Term Evaluations Due Fall Semester Last day to Withdraw from a Course Monday, November 2 Friday, November 6 Course Planning with Advisor for Spring 2016 Monday, November 9 Friday, November 20 Student Self-Registration for Spring 2016 Tuesday, November 24 Wednesday, November 25 Sunday, November 29 Sunday, November 29 Friday, December 11 Saturday, December 12 Wednesday, December 16 Thursday, December 17 Friday, December 18 Sunday, January 10, 2016 Residence and Dining Halls Close at 6:00 PM Thanksgiving Recess Residence Halls Open for All Students at 10:00 AM Dining Hall Opens for Dinner Last Day of Fall Classes Final Exam Period Residence Halls Close at 12:00 Noon Winter Break 4

7 Monday, January 11, 2016 Tuesday, January 12 Monday, January 18 Tuesday, January 19 Monday, February 15 Tuesday, February 16 Friday, March 4 Friday, March 4 Saturday, March 5 Sunday, March 13 Sunday, March 13 Thursday, March 17 SPRING 2016 Orientation for New Students Residence Halls Open for All Students Spring Semester Begins MLK, Jr. Day Classes in Session Campus Offices Open Spring Semester - Last Day to Add or Drop a Course President s Day Holiday No Classes Campus Offices Closed All Classes Meet on a Monday Schedule Residence Halls Close at 6:00 PM Mid-Term Evaluations Due Spring Break Campus Offices Open Residence Halls Open at 10:00 AM Dining Hall Opens for Dinner Spring Semester - Last Day to Withdraw from a Course Monday, March 21 Friday, April 1 Course Planning and Registration - Summer and Fall 2016 Tuesday, April 26 Wednesday, April 27 Monday, May 2 Monday, May 2 Friday, May 6 Saturday, May 7 Last Day of Spring Classes Final Exam Period Residence Halls Close at 5:00 PM for Non-Graduates Dining Hall Closes at 1:30 PM Senior Honors Convocation Commencement Residence Halls Close at 4:00 PM SUMMER 2016 Tuesday, May 10 Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Wednesday, May 18 Wednesday, July 20 Tuesday, May 10 Friday, July 1 Friday, May 13 Wednesday, June 15 Monday, July 4 Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Wednesday, July 6 Friday, August 5 Summer 15-Week Term Start and End Dates 15-Week Term - Last Day to Add or Drop a Course 15-Week Term - Last Day to Withdraw from a Course Summer Term I - Start and End Dates Term I - Last Day to Add or Drop a Course Term I - Last Day to Withdraw from a Course Summer Term II - Start and End Dates Term II - Last Day to Add or Drop a Course Term II - Last Day to Withdraw from a Course 5

8 Online Academic Calendar Track A Monday, September 6 Sunday, September 13, 2015 Monday, September 14 Monday, October 12 Fall Break Track A Fall Track A Quarter Begins Columbus Day Holiday Sunday, December 6 Monday, December 7 Monday, December 21 Sunday, January 3, 2015 Monday, January 4 Monday, February 15 Sunday, March 13 Monday, March 14 Monday, May 30 Sunday June 5 Monday, June 6 Sunday, June 112 Monday, June 13 Friday, July 4, 2015 Sunday, September 4 Monday, September 5 Sunday, September 11 Monday, September 12 Monday, October 10 Fall Track A Quarter Ends Winter Track A Quarter Begins Holiday Break Track A/B Classes Resume after Holiday Break Presidents Day Holiday Winter Track A Quarter Ends Spring Track A Quarter Begins Memorial Day Holiday Spring Track A Quarter Ends Summer Break Track A Summer Track A Quarter Begins Independence Day Holiday Summer Track A Quarter Ends Fall Break Track A Fall Track A Quarter Begins Columbus Day Holiday Sunday, December 4 Monday, December 5 Monday, December 23 Sunday, January 5, 2017 Fall Track A Quarter Ends Winter Track A Quarter Begins Holiday Break Track A/B 6

9 Track B Monday, October 12, 2015 Sunday, October 18 Monday, October 19 Sunday, October 25 Monday, October 26 Columbus Day Holiday Summer Track B Quarter Ends Fall Break Track B Fall Track B Quarter Begins Monday, December 21 Sunday, January 3, 2016 Monday, January 4 Sunday, January 31 Monday, February 1 Monday, February 15 Sunday, April 24 Monday, April 25 Monday, May 30 Friday, July 4 Sunday, July 24 Monday, July 25 Sunday, July 31 Monday, August 1 Monday, October 10 Sunday, October 23 Monday, October 24 Sunday, October 30 Monday, October 31 Holiday Break Track A/B Classes Resume after Holiday Break Fall Track B Quarter Ends Winter Track B Quarter Begins Presidents Day Holiday Winter Track B Quarter Ends Spring Track B Quarter Begins Memorial Day Holiday Independence Day Holiday Spring Track B Quarter Ends Summer Break Track B Summer Track B Quarter Begins Columbus Day Holiday Summer Track B Quarter Ends Fall Break Track B Fall Track B Quarter Begins Monday, December 23 Sunday, January 5, 2017 Holiday Break Track A/B Within each twelve week quarter classes may run as: OL 11-week term (UG only); OLA 6- week term (UG and Graduate), OLB 6-week term (UG and Graduate). Final Day to withdraw from a course with grade of W: OL classes - Monday of Week 9; OLA classes - Wednesday of Week 5; OLB classes - Wednesday of Week 11. Degrees will be conferred at designated times throughout the year; graduates may participate in the annual Commencement ceremony in May on the Nashua, New Hampshire campus. 7

10 About Daniel Webster College Since its founding in 1965, Daniel Webster College (DWC) has maintained a commitment to both regional and national constituencies. Dedicated to the development of professionals in its chosen fields, the College fulfills its pledge to its mission by focusing on the education of the next generation of leaders for a select niche of dynamic professions. Highly specialized, the College recruits from across the country and currently serves students from 20 states and 20 countries. Alumni have worldwide opportunities and currently live and work in all 50 states and across the globe. With 650 students, of whom 99% are traditional undergraduates, the College focuses on providing all students with an educational experience that is rich in theory and practice. Service learning practica, as well as national and local opportunities for internships, are part of the educational plan for most students. Traditional undergraduates have the advantage of an academic experience that extends beyond the classroom to provide further enhanced opportunities for leadership and learning. The curricula are designed to provide both the competencies needed for professional entry and general education skills needed for professional success. Long distinguished as one of the nation s leaders in aviation, more recently the College has earned recognition in New England for its leadership in computer science and management. Since the fall of 2005, the College has offered Bachelor of Science degrees in Aeronautical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Our vitality and strength stem from a faculty who come from across the country and the world. They share a wealth of theoretical knowledge, experience, and a deep commitment to student success. Our faculty teach, advise, mentor and challenge students to achieve professional excellence. Throughout the past decade, individual faculty members have been recognized by professional associations for their leadership in curricular innovation. Dedicated to teaching, faculty members also engage in research, scholarship and industry relationships that benefit the undergraduate experience. Daniel Webster College supports NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics, student software competitions and other forms of academic competition, such as FIRST Robotics, that build knowledge, leadership, teamwork, and discipline skills. The College remains committed to the pursuit of professional excellence within a supportive environment that challenges the individual to excel in the academic arena and become independent life-long learners. Daniel Webster College strives to prepare highly competent graduates who are confident of their abilities to succeed. The College s publications and most recent audited financial statement are available upon request. Mission Statement Daniel Webster College educates purposeful men and women for entry, advancement and advanced studies in professional fields through programs which emphasize the integration of theory and practice through interactive teaching and learning in professional and liberal studies. Ownership Daniel Webster College, Nashua, NH, is one of a network of co-educational, non-denominational private (for profit) postsecondary educational institutions owned and operated by ITT Educational Services, Inc., a Delaware corporation, with central offices located in Indianapolis, IN. Board of Directors The board of directors of Daniel Webster College is responsible for the organization and governance of the college. The board meets regularly to establish and review policies and to review their implementation. Board members closely monitor the academic quality of the college and act to ensure that the college continues to effectively serve the students, the college community, and the public interest. Administration and Faculty The administration of Daniel Webster College is authorized by the board of directors to administer the college through effective and efficient management of college resources. Primary responsibility for achieving the mission and implementing board policy rests with the president. Academic affairs are managed by the chief academic officer in consultation with the faculty of the college. The central offices of ITT Educational Services, Inc., serve as a resource to the college administration. State Authorization Daniel Webster College is chartered as an institution of higher education in accordance with New Hampshire law, subject to the authority of the New Hampshire Department of Education, Division of Higher Education Higher Education Commission. Daniel Webster College is licensed by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Daniel Webster College is authorized by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools ( T). This institution is authorized by: The Indiana Board for Proprietary Education 101 W. Ohio St., Suite 670 Indianapolis, IN Daniel Webster College is registered by the Maryland Higher Education Commission, 6 N Liberty Street, 10 th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21201, (410)

11 Accreditation Daniel Webster College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the New England Association indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality periodically applied through a peer review process. An accredited college or university is one which has available the necessary resources to achieve its stated purposes through appropriate educational programs, is substantially doing so, and gives reasonable evidence that it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Institutional integrity is also addressed through accreditation. Accreditation by the New England Association is not partial but applies to the institution as a whole. As such, it is not a guarantee of every course or program offered, or the competence of individual graduates. Rather, it provides reasonable assurance about the quality of opportunities available to students who attend the institution. Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the New England Association should be directed to the administrative staff of the institution. Individuals may also contact: Commission on Institutions of Higher Education New England Association of Schools and Colleges 3 Burlington Woods Drive, Suite 100 Burlington, MA (855) The Air Traffic Management program is recognized by the FAA Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI), one of the original schools recognized and one of only 36 recognized programs nationwide. Daniel Webster College was a charter member of the FAA Cooperative in 1970, which preceded the AT-CTI. The AT-CTI program is designed to provide qualified applicants to fill developmental air traffic control specialist positions. Graduates of the program are eligible to bypass the Air Traffic Basics Course, which is the first five weeks of qualification training at the FAA Academy in Oklahoma City. Academy training consists of option-specific (terminal or en route) initial training. Students must successfully complete all required training at the FAA Academy to continue employment with FAA. The Aeronautical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD telephone: (410) (ABET, Inc., is the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in engineering and technology, Campus Location The Daniel Webster College campus is situated on 54 wooded acres in New Hampshire s second largest city, Nashua. Designed to fit the historical setting of New England, the campus is tucked away beside a comfortable residential community, just one mile from a comprehensive shopping area. Daniel Webster College students enjoy the benefits of Nashua s growing cosmopolitan community as well as easy access to Boston, and immediate proximity to outdoor activities such as mountain climbing, hiking, boating, canoeing, camping, skiing, swimming, and snowmobiling. The region, noted for its beautiful fall foliage, offers a variety of restaurants, cultural activities, and entertainment opportunities. Nashua is just an hour s drive from the seacoast and mountains and only 45 minutes from Boston. Campus Facilities The buildings and grounds of Daniel Webster College are designed to complement and enhance the college experience, while providing various amenities to suit a student s individual needs. Study areas, classrooms, fitness facilities, and social meeting places are just a few of the functions for the fifteen New England traditional-style buildings on campus. The Eaton-Richmond Center is an outstanding academic and technology center that houses technology-rich classrooms, computer science laboratories, the physics lab, seminar and conference rooms, and faculty offices. It also is home to the Collings Auditorium, a 350-seat auditorium suitable for theater, music, and dance, in addition to lectures and workshops. Daniel Webster Hall serves as the center of academic and administrative activity. The building holds classrooms, science and engineering laboratories, faculty, staff and administrative offices, and the College Store. 9

12 The Veteran s Memorial Library houses the library, a computer laboratory, and classrooms. The first floor also houses the campus mailroom, the Aerie snack bar, and a multi-use space, including a lounge area with a pool table and a large screen TV, self-service faxing/printing/copying services, and the Student Leadership Office. The College s award-winning aviation operations center is located in the Nicholas N. Tamposi Aviation Center at the Nashua Airport, immediately adjacent to campus. A flight observation tower is part of the facility. An expanded description of the aviation facilities and resources is provided under Aviation Program Facilities. The Department of Athletics maintains offices in the Mario J. Vagge Gymnasium, home of the NCAA Division III Eagles. The building includes men s and women s locker rooms, an athletic training room and a fitness area equipped with aerobic exercise machines, free weights, and universal gym. The College Center houses the dining facility as well as the Campus Safety Office, the Student Development Office, and the newly renovated lounge called the The D W Hub. Residence Halls Daniel Webster College maintains four residence halls (Fagan, Fremont, Gates and Tamposi) and a townhouse complex on campus. Residence housing offers single, double and triple rooms, in addition to suites, along with single-sex and coed housing options. Most halls have cooking and lounge facilities, and all halls have laundry facilities. All rooms have connections to the campus computer network. Students are encouraged to bring their own computers to campus. Aviation Program Facilities The School of Aviation Sciences at Daniel Webster College is located at the Nashua Municipal Airport, directly adjacent to the College. The Nicholas N. Tamposi Aviation Center is home to classrooms, faculty and instructor offices, and our air traffic control tower and radar simulation labs. Our radar and air traffic control tower labs allow very high fidelity simulations of the tower, terminal radar and en-route radar environments. The radar simulator is a full voice recognition system for highly realistic simulation of the procedures used in the control of air traffic. The tower simulation is based upon a very high quality, three screen visual display system that allows for simulation of a wide variety of training scenarios for an air traffic control tower. Information Technology Facilities The College s Information Technology Center is located in the Eaton-Richmond Center. There are four labs equipped with computers for teaching, research, and general use. Additional labs are located in the Library and Daniel Webster Hall. The campus has 100% b/g wireless coverage. Veterans Memorial Library The Daniel Webster College Library houses a growing collection of print and electronic resources designed to support the curricula in all DWC schools of study. An extensive collection of educational media and popular feature films complement the library s print and electronic resources. State, national and international resource sharing networks and document delivery services augment the library s collections. The DWC Virtual Library is available 24/7, from any location, at: https://studentportal.dwc.edu/library. Students use their DWC network login to access DWC s considerable electronic resources (including e-books, streaming videos and research databases) available via the Virtual Library. The Virtual Library also provides access to the online catalog, subject-based research guides, library instruction tutorials, electronic document delivery services, and more. The library is fully integrated within the campus network with access to computers, printers, and a scanner. A wireless network provides convenient internet access throughout the building. The library also offers lounge seating, study tables, a conference room, and group and quiet study areas. Professional reference staff is available at the Library, by phone (x6559), or by at Instruction in research methods is offered through course-integrated instruction, online research guides, one-on-one drop-in instruction, and research consultation appointments. The computer classroom provides an interactive setting for library and information literacy instruction. The DWC Library is open 7 days a week during regular academic sessions. 10

13 Academic Resources Academic Resources are available for all students to assist them in achieving their maximum academic potential. The college offers a variety of services including tutoring programs, study skills and time management assistance, general advising, assisting students with disabilities, and more. Faculty and staff are here to guide and empower all students to assume responsibility for their own education and to become selfdirected learners. Students may request tutors for all general and major courses. Peer tutors work with students on an individual basis or in a group setting. School deans and advisors identify and train students, based on their academic record and instructor recommendation, to be peer tutors. Peer tutoring in math, science, and writing is available through the Math/Science Support Center, and the Writing and Academic Skills Center. Students may also make individual appointments with their school dean to receive help with communication with professors and advisors, as well as staying on track to ensure academic success. Students who are placed on Academic and Financial Aid Warning or Academic and Financial Aid Probation create, in consultation with their advisor and school dean, an Academic Plan that is monitored in regular meetings with the faculty advisor or school dean. Applicants and Students with Disabilities Daniel Webster College is committed to compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its regulations. The school does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any student who has a documented physical, learning, or emotional disability* will be provided with reasonable accommodations designed to meet his or her needs. Before any such assistance can occur, it is the responsibility of the student to see that documentation that is no more than three years old is on file with the ADA Coordinator and that a Reasonable Accommodation Plan has been developed. Once this is in place, the student may request a copy of the plan go to all or some of his/her instructors so that they may provide the agreed upon accommodations. *Documentation cannot be more than three years old. Programs and Courses Offered The College offers only those specific programs of study and courses within those programs that are expressly discussed in the Curricula section of this catalog. The College does not make any representation or promise whatsoever regarding any program of study or course within any program of study that the College may offer in the future. Not all courses in every program of study are offered every semester, term or quarter. New classes in every program of study do not begin every academic term. Course offerings and new classes in programs of study are dependent on a variety of factors, including student interest and faculty availability, among others. The College will, in its discretion, determine which courses will be offered each academic term and which programs of study will begin new classes each academic term. The College does not make any representation or promise whatsoever that any course will be offered by the College in any academic term or that a new class in any program of study will begin in any academic term. As a result, a student may not be able to take all of the courses that he or she desires to take in any academic term or begin a program of study in any academic term, which may affect the amount of time it takes the student to complete a particular program of study. Textbook information for each of the offered courses is available on the Daniel Webster College website at 11

14 Undergraduate Admission Daniel Webster College is committed to identifying students who have the academic preparation, desire, and commitment to be successful in its challenging undergraduate programs. The College reviews and evaluates applications from graduates of state accredited or approved secondary schools and home schooling programs and from accredited international secondary schools, from applicants who have successfully completed a General Equivalency Development (GED) program, and from applicants who have attended other accredited colleges. Daniel Webster College does not discriminate on the basis of race, disability, gender, age, nationality or ethnic origin. All students are extended the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available to students at the College. The College provides limited special services and facilities for students with special physical and educational needs. Recommended Preparation for Undergraduate Programs The recommended high school preparation for a successful academic experience at Daniel Webster College includes four units each of English and mathematics, three units of science and two units of social science, including history. Additionally, the College strongly recommends that applicants intending to major in engineering and computer science programs complete courses in physics, pre-calculus and chemistry or biology as part of their pre-college preparation. Daniel Webster College considers each application on its own merits and applicants for admission to the College are welcome to submit additional information in support of their application beyond what is required. Notification of Decision Normally within two weeks after an applicant s file is complete, the application will be reviewed and the College will notify the applicant of its decision. Advanced Placement Students who present on admission a score of three or higher on a College Board Advanced Placement Assessment will be granted DWC course credit. Students may also earn course credit through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Credit will be awarded upon receipt of an official transcript from the College Board or CLEP. A schedule of acceptable scores and equivalencies is available in the Office of the Registrar and the Office of Admission. Credit granted in accordance with the above policy statements will satisfy corresponding DWC graduation or distribution requirements. In addition, such course credit will normally satisfy a prerequisite requirement for advanced work in that discipline. Taking a DWC course for which advanced placement credit has been awarded will result in removal of the advanced placement credit for that course. Transfer Credit Daniel Webster College recognizes work completed at other accredited institutions of higher education approved by the U.S. Department of Education through the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Applicants may request an unofficial transfer credit evaluation prior to enrolling by providing a transcript for preliminary review to the Registrar. Final confirmation of transfer credit awarded is based on official transcripts only. The College will award transfer credit in accordance with the following guidelines. 1. Daniel Webster College will evaluate for transfer credit those courses that have been satisfactorily completed by the applicant with a grade of C or better (2.00 or above on a 4.00 scale). 2. To facilitate a transfer student s academic progress, transfer credit normally will be granted when there is evidence to anticipate that a student s skills and knowledge are sufficient to allow successful completion of the desired degree program. However, if a course to be transferred does not reflect current knowledge, students may be required to retake the course. 3. The repetition of a course for which the College has awarded transfer credit will result in the removal of transfer credit for that course. 4. Daniel Webster College may accept in transfer up to one half of the credits required for a DWC associate s degree and up to three fourths of the credits required for a DWC bachelor s degree. 12

15 Veterans Daniel Webster College academic programs are approved by the New Hampshire State Approving Agency (the New Hampshire Commission on Higher Education) for GI eligible persons. Veterans should contact their local Veterans Administration office for information on educational benefits. The nationwide toll free number is DWC recognizes education and training previously earned through the military. The College accepts DANTES and uses the ACE guide to grant appropriate credit. Veterans need to submit test scores and a copy of their DD-214 or NOBE, DD Form Writing and Math Placement (On campus) A good foundation in writing and mathematics is necessary for success in all of the academic programs at DWC. Both play a pivotal role in undergraduate education and form the core of the communication and quantitative skills needed to succeed in the future. The College requires admitted students to take math and English placement tests prior to entering DWC to ensure they begin their math and English studies at the proper level of instruction. New students must take the placement tests via the internet before registering for classes. Transfer students who receive credit for comparable courses do not have to take the placement test for those courses. Students whose placement assessment indicates the need for developmental work to prepare them for college-level math or English will be placed in the appropriate courses. The addition of developmental courses in an academic program usually has an impact on meeting course prerequisites and therefore may affect the time needed to meet degree requirements. Application Procedures: On Campus Undergraduate Programs Campus Visits Campus visits are highly recommended for applicants interested in studying on the main campus in Nashua. Meeting with an admissions representative, financial aid counselor, student or faculty member will allow you to personally judge the educational opportunities and campus life activities available at DWC. Such conversations will also help us better understand you as an individual and will assist us in evaluating your potential success at DWC. The best time to visit DWC is on a weekday when the College is in session. The Office of Admissions is open Monday-Saturday. The College can accommodate visitors most of the year but when DWC is not in session, all facilities may not be available for touring. Appointments for a campus visit should be made by calling or or by ing us at International Applicants Daniel Webster College admits students from across the U.S. and around the globe in the belief that a diverse community creates a vibrant academic and social environment. Annually, students from approximately ten countries enroll at Daniel Webster College. The curriculum is designed to maximize student achievement and for international students, a fluent knowledge of written and spoken English is required to be successful. Applicants whose native or national language is not English must demonstrate a working knowledge of academic English through their performance on the TOEFL or other equivalent test acceptable to the College. Success on such exams normally indicates that the candidate has the requisite facility with the English language to communicate effectively within an academic environment (see #4 below). Undergraduate applicants intending to study on the Nashua campus should: 1. Submit a completed, signed Application for Admission via either the internet or postal service to: Daniel Webster College Office of Admissions 20 University Drive Nashua, New Hampshire Have an official high school transcript or, if you have completed the GED, an official GED test record, sent to the address listed in #1. Please note: Failure to provide a FINAL official high school transcript or official GED test record PRIOR to the last week of the first semester, term or quarter of enrollment will result in dismissal from the College. 3. SAT/ACT TESTS are not required for admission but may be submitted if you feel your test results will enhance your candidacy for admission. Should you choose to submit your scores, have an official score report for the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or American College Testing (ACT) examination sent to the address listed in #1. 13

16 4. In addition to the steps above, international undergraduate applicants who intend to study on the Nashua campus should: a. Have an official TOEFL score report sent to the address listed in #1 above if your native or national language is NOT English. Version of TOEFL Minimum Required Score Paper 550 Computer 213 Internet 80 b. Have official high school and college transcripts sent to the address listed in #1 above. Original versions (not photo copies) of official secondary school and college transcripts from non-u.s. institutions should be presented to the College with an approved English translation and evaluation. Acceptable translation and evaluation services can be obtained through American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) or National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES); Applicants are responsible for fees associated with official translations and evaluations as well as for any charges if additional evaluations are needed for transfer credit. c. Send the Declaration of Finances form along with certified bank statements to the address listed in #1. d. Upon acceptance, send a deposit of $4,000 (USD) to the address listed in #1 to confirm your attendance at DWC. Undergraduate transfer students (students with prior college credit) intending to study on the Nashua campus should: 1. Submit a completed, signed Application for Admission via either the internet or postal service to: Daniel Webster College Office of Admissions 20 University Drive Nashua, New Hampshire Have an official high school transcript or, if you have completed the GED, an official GED test record, sent to the address listed in #1. Please note: Failure to provide a FINAL official high school transcript or official GED test record PRIOR to the last week of the first semester, term or quarter of enrollment will result in dismissal from the College. 3. Have official college transcripts from each college attended sent to the address listed in #1. 4. Have an official TOEFL score report sent to the address listed in #1 if you attended institutions in which English is not the primary language of instruction and your native or national language is NOT English. 5. Provide at your own expense official English translations from an acceptable translation service of all non-english documents including secondary school and undergraduate transcripts. See international undergraduate applicants section above. 6. Schedule a campus visit if possible. DWC strongly recommends such visits to help you learn more about the College. Contact the Office of Admissions at or , or Application Procedures: Online Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate applicants intending to study entirely online should: 1. Submit an application for admission online at 2. Have an official high school transcript or, if you have completed the GED, an official GED test record, sent to the address listed in #4 below. Please note: Failure to provide a FINAL official high school transcript or official GED test record PRIOR to the last week of the first semester, term or quarter of enrollment will result in dismissal from the College. 14

17 3. SAT/ACT TESTS are not required for admission but may be submitted if you feel your test results will enhance your candidacy for admission. Should you choose to submit your scores, have an official score report for the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or American College Testing (ACT) examination sent to the address listed in #1. 4. Send required materials to: Daniel Webster College Office of Online Programs 20 University Drive Nashua, New Hampshire In addition to steps 1 and 3 above, international undergraduate applicants who intend to study entirely online should: a. Have an official TOEFL score report sent to the address listed in #4 above if your native or national language is NOT English. Version of TOEFL Minimum Required Score Paper 550 Computer 213 Internet 80 b. Have official high school and college transcripts sent to the address listed in #4 above. Original versions (not photo copies) of official secondary school and college transcripts from non-u.s. institutions should be presented to the College with an approved English translation and evaluation. Acceptable translation and evaluation services can be obtained through American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) or National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES); Applicants are responsible for fees associated with official translations and evaluations as well as for any charges if additional evaluations are needed for transfer credit. Undergraduate Transfer students (students with prior college credit) intending to study entirely online should: 1. Submit an application for admission online at 2. Have an official high school transcript or, if you have completed the GED, an official GED test record, sent to the address listed in #4 above. Please note: Failure to provide a FINAL official high school transcript or official GED test record PRIOR to the last week of the first semester, term or quarter of enrollment will result in dismissal from the College. 3. Have official college transcripts from each college attended sent to the address listed in #4 above. 4. Have an official TOEFL score report sent to the address listed in #4 above if you attended institutions in which English is not the primary language of instruction. 5. Provide at your own expense official English translations from an acceptable translation service of all non-english documents including secondary school and undergraduate transcripts. See international undergraduate applicants section above. Undergraduate Conditional Admission Daniel Webster College may choose to accept promising applicants whose academic preparation at the time of application is insufficient for their intended major. In such cases, the College may offer conditional admission based on an assessment of the applicant s potential to succeed in the intended program of study. Additional supporting documents will be requested and a dean s review will determine acceptance. Graduate Admission Daniel Webster College seeks a diverse global applicant pool of talented professionals looking to broaden their knowledge and enhance their careers in management and other areas. The College welcomes applications for admission to its MBA program from those who earned their undergraduate degree in a major related to business and as well as from those with a bachelor s degree earned in non-related fields. Each application is reviewed and considered on its own merits. To be considered for admission, MBA applicants must have an earned bachelor s degree from a U.S. educational institution located in the U.S. that is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education through the Council for Higher Education 15

18 Accreditation, or from an educational institution located outside the U.S. that is accredited or similarly acknowledged by an agency deemed acceptable to the College. Notification of Decision Normally within two weeks after an applicant s file is complete, the application will be reviewed and the College will notify the applicant of its decision. Transfer Credit Up to two graduate-level courses may be accepted in transfer. The minimum grade for any graduate-level course to be accepted in transfer is a B, or 3.0. Transferred courses must be comparable to or equivalent to courses required in the intended graduate program. Application Procedures: Online Graduate Programs Applicants wishing to pursue an MBA degree via an online program must complete the following steps before they can be considered for admission: 1. Submit an application for admission online at 2. Have an official transcript from the institution that awarded the bachelor s degree, and from the institutions from which you are requesting graduate credits be accepted in transfer, sent to: Daniel Webster College Office of Graduate Admission 20 University Drive Nashua, New Hampshire In addition to steps 1 and 2 above, international graduate applicants wishing to study online for an MBA degree must do the following: a. Have an official TOEFL score report sent to the address listed in #1 above if your native or national language is NOT English and you attended institutions in which English is not the primary language of instruction. Version of TOEFL Minimum Required Score Paper 550 Computer 213 Internet 80 Have official college transcripts sent to the address listed in #1 above. Failure to provide an official undergraduate transcript PRIOR to the last week of the first quarter of enrollment will result in dismissal from the College. b. Original versions (not photo copies) of official college transcripts from non-u.s. institutions should be presented to the College with an approved English translation and evaluation. Acceptable translation and evaluation services can be obtained through American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) or National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES); Applicants are responsible for fees associated with official translations and evaluations as well as for any charges if additional evaluations are needed for transfer credit. Graduate Conditional Admission Daniel Webster College may choose to accept promising applicants whose academic preparation at the time of application may be insufficient for their intended graduate program. In such cases, the College may offer conditional admission based on an assessment of the applicant s potential to succeed in the intended program of study. Additional supporting documents will be requested and a dean s review will determine acceptance. 16

19 Financial Information Tuition and Fees Resident Students Commuters Fall Spring Fall Spring Undergraduate Tuition* $7,815 $7,815 $7,815 $7, 815 Room and Board (Double Room) 5,485 5,485 N/A N/A Total $13,300 $13,300 $7,815 $7,815 *Based on 15 credit hours per semester course load. Tuition charge for undergraduate courses is $521 per credit. Graduate tuition is $592 per credit. Other Fees and Charges (excluding online programs): Single Room Room and Board Rate plus additional $558 per semester Fagan Hall Suite - Single Room Room and Board Rate plus additional $687 per semester Fagan Hall Suite - Double Room Room and Board Rate plus additional $131 per semester Town House Apartment Room Rate Only (No Board) $3,414 per semester Part Time (per credit) 521 Credit by Examination (CBE) per credit 100 ID Replacement Fee 15 Key Replacement 75 Diploma Replacement Fee 30 Estimate for books, supplies, and personal expenses 4,800 Credit load is calculated by all courses enrolled after the drop/add period. Withdrawal does not constitute a reduction in course load attempted for financial assistance or overload. All charges are subject to change. A student may not complete registration for the semester if payment is not received. A finance charge of 1.5% per month (18% per annum) is assessed on all overdue accounts. The finance charge accrues from the due date of the payment (July 1 and December 13). Online Tuition, Fees and Books (for programs offered only online as defined below) Tuition: Undergraduate Graduate $290/credit $415/credit Fees (undergraduate and graduate) $ 0 Books $ 0 included in tuition The Application Process To be considered for financial assistance at Daniel Webster College, you must: 1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form should be filed as soon after January 1st as possible. If necessary, estimate your family income to file the FAFSA on a timely basis. You should apply on the web at Remember to list Daniel Webster College on your FAFSA, so the Financial Assistance Office will receive the results of your application automatically (the Title IV Code for DWC is ). You should apply on the web at 2. Complete the DWC Institutional Application for Financial Assistance. The application may be obtained from the Financial Assistance Office or you may also download this application from our website at You must complete both of the steps listed above and be accepted into a degree program to be considered for any Federal need-based financial assistance. 17

20 Educational Costs Estimated costs for Daniel Webster College students at the Nashua campus for the academic year: Annual Charges Residents Commuters Tuition $15,630 $15,630 Room (Double) and Board 10,970 N/A Total Direct Costs $26,600 $15,630 Annual tuition is based on a full-time course load of 15 credit hours each semester. Campus students can expect additional expenses other than the direct costs listed above, which may include: books and supplies, estimated at $1,800; miscellaneous personal expenses estimated at $1,500; and travel estimated at $1,500. These estimates are for the entire academic year. The actual costs may vary greatly from these estimates depending on the program of study and other factors, Additional credits will be charged at the rate of $521 per credit hour. College Payment Policy Students are required to pay in advance of the beginning of each semester the total fees incurred for that semester. Payment of the tuition, residence fee, and other fees must be satisfied in full before the deadlines listed below. In keeping with this policy, confirmation of final assignment of classes and housing will be made only with approval from the director of finance and operations. Any additional charges, if incurred during the semester, will be submitted as they become payable. Payment due dates are as follows: Fall Semester July 1, 2015 Spring Semester December 15, 2015 Other charges As incurred Finance charges of 1.5% per month will be assessed from the due date on all outstanding balances over 30 days. Students with outstanding balances will be unable to complete registration for further courses until the account is cleared. Any student making payment by a check or bank card which is returned because of insufficient funds will be assessed a penalty of $35. Use of an unauthorized credit card or declined credit card will also be assessed a penalty of $35 and may result in the cancellation of the student s registration. Transcripts are not released to individuals, or on behalf of individuals, who have accounts outstanding. The College offers a 10-month payment plan to those who qualify. Additional information is available from the Office of Financial Services. 18

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