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1 STRAYER UNIVERSITY CATALOG EDITION 1 August 2012 JULY 2013 ADDENDUM UPDATE: December 27, 2012 CAMPUSES AND LOCATIONS Missouri Kansas City Campus December 27, Holmes Road Suite 100 Kansas City, MO St. Louis-Brentwood Campus December 10, South Brentwood Boulevard Suite 300 Brentwood, MO Texas December 10, 2012 Stafford Campus Southwest Freeway Suite 400 Stafford, TX ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY Undergraduate Admission December 10, 2012 Documentation of high school graduation or high school equivalence. Acceptable forms of documentation of high school graduation or high school equivalence for undergraduate admission must include one of the following: o High School Diploma/Transcript: A copy of a high school transcript indicating the graduation date or a high school diploma from an approved high school that is recognized by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and/or certified by the State Board of Education. (Special rule for Delaware, South Carolina, and Tennessee; applicants in these states must provide an official high school transcript from an approved high school that is recognized by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and/or certified by the State Board of Education.) o GED Certification: A copy of a GED certificate. (Special rule for Delaware, South Carolina, and Tennessee; applicants in these states must provide an official GED certificate.) o Home School Completion: Proof of home school completion equivalent to high school level graduation and the Home School Completion certificate if the home school state issues a completion credential. (Home school curriculum must satisfy any home school state laws or requirements.)

2 o College Degree or Transcript: A copy of an associate/bachelor's degree or transcript showing degree completion from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. (Special rule for Delaware, South Carolina, and Tennessee; applicants in these states must provide an official college or university transcript indicating the award of an associate/bachelor's degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education o NSLDS Report and Transferable Credit (prior to July 1, 2012): Undergraduate students may use this documentation as basis of admission if they: 1) attended an eligible program at a Title IV institution prior to July 1, 2012 and 2) earned 6 semester credit hours/ 9 quarter credit hours in academic courses prior to July 1, o Extraordinary Circumstances: In the event that a student's official high school and/or college records are unable to be obtained from the issuing agency due to extraordinary circumstances such as flooding, fire, or other natural disaster (or in the case of foreign credentials, if there was governmental failure, civil war or social unrest), the student must provide a signed statement outlining the circumstances documenting the graduation month and year, and a formal letter of recommendation from the Campus Dean. Supporting documentation must be provided from the state, the Department of Education, or the government agency responsible for verifying this information. o International students who intend to apply for F-1 visa status and who have previously attended an institution of higher education, must have a minimum 2.0 GPA from their previous institution in addition to the above requirements in order to meet visa application requirements of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. Refer also to the section titled Additional Admissions Requirements for International Students. All admitted students receive a letter informing them of their admittance to Strayer University. CALCULATING YOUR TUITION AND FEES Fees - (2013) December 10, 2012 Credit by Examination Test Fees (optional) CLEP Fee $100

3 POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Undergraduate Grading Scale December 27, 2012 Academic standing, which is expressed as the Grade Point Average (GPA), is based upon the following grading system: Grade Explanation Quality Points Grading Scale A Excellent B Good C Average D Below Average F Failure 0 59 or below F* Failure (Admin) 0 WF Withdrew Failing 0 Status I Incomplete W Withdrew WP Withdrew Passing WF Withdrew Failing X Audit NS No Show ** R Repeated Course ** Graduate Degree Conferral Requirements December 10, 2012 Graduate Degree 2. Missouri students must complete a minimum of 40.5 quarter hours of course work at the University. All course work must be successfully completed within ten years from initial date of entry. Residency Requirement December 10, 2012 Program Minimum Quarter Hours in Residence Certificate (undergraduate and graduate) Diploma Associate s 27 N/A Associate s (SOC Program students only) 22.5 N/A Bachelor s Bachelor s (SOC Program students only) Minors within the Bachelor s Degree 9 9 Master s Missouri Students Only Minimum Quarter Hours in Residence

4 THE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Criminal Justice Programs Associate in Arts in Criminal Justice December 10, 2012 THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Accounting Programs Associate in Arts in Accounting December 10, 2012 Business Programs Associate in Arts in Acquisition Contract Management December 10, 2012 Associate in Arts in Business Administration December 10, 2012 Associate in Arts in Economics December 10, 2012 Associate in Arts in Marketing December 10, 2012 THE SCHOOL OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY Information Systems Programs Associate in Arts in Information Systems December 10, 2012 Information Technology Programs Associate in Arts in Information Technology December 10, 2012 MISSOURI TAB December 10, 2012 SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Criminal Justice Programs Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice provides students with the knowledge, skills, and professional abilities relevant to the criminal justice field, as well as a strong liberal arts component that develops communications skills, information literacy, abstract thinking and critical analysis and fosters historical, political and social awareness. Students will explore the theoretical, operational, and legal components of law enforcement and the prevention, adjudication, and correction of juvenile and adult crime. Graduates are prepared for careers in the public or private sector of criminal justice or cybercrime and security. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program offers area concentrations that enable students to tailor their degrees to their career and educational goals. Specializations include: Criminal Justice Administration Homeland Security and Emergency Management Homeland Security Technology Computer Security and Forensics

5 Area I-Core Component BUS 100 Introduction to Business CIS 105 Introduction to Information Systems CRJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice ENG 115 English Composition MAT 104 Algebra with Applications PSY 110 Social Psychology Area II-Major Component CIS 170 Information Technology in Criminal Justice CRJ 105 Crime and Criminal Behavior CRJ 180 Juvenile Delinquency and Justice CRJ 220 Ethics and Leadership in Criminal Justice LEG 320 Criminal Law SOC 205 Society, Law and Government Area II-Concentration Component Students must choose one of the following Area II Concentration Components to complete the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Area III-General Education Component ENG 215 Research and Writing ENG 315 Professional Communications HIS 105 Contemporary U.S. History OR POL 110 U.S. Government HUM 111 World Cultures I HUM 112 World Cultures II MAT 300 Statistics PHI 210 Critical Thinking PSY 100 Psychology of Adjustment OR PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology REL 212 World Religions SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI 115 Introduction to Biology SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology ECO 405 Economic Problems and Issues OR POL 300 Contemporary International Problems OR SOC 300 Sociology of Developing Countries Component Total 54.0 Area IV-Elective Component These courses are selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor; within this component it is possible for students to develop a minor in a second Area of study (See Minors ). Component Total 45.0 Graduation All courses are 4.5 credits each Concentration in Criminal Justice Administration Area II-Concentration CRJ 310 Law Enforcement Operations and Management CRJ 320 Criminal Investigation CRJ 330 Comparative Criminal Justice CRJ 410 Corrections CRJ 499 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice LEG 420 U.S. Courts

6 Concentration in Homeland Security and Emergency Management Area II-Concentration CRJ 420 Emergency Management Procedures CRJ 440 Terrorism and Antiterrorism CRJ 499 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice SEC 300 Principles of Public and Private Security SEC 310 Homeland Security Organization and Administration SEC 315 Security Assessment and Solutions Concentration in Homeland Security Technology Area II-Concentration CIS 333 Network Security Fundamentals CIS 359 Disaster Recovery CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy CIS 499 Senior Seminar in Information Systems SEC 310 Homeland Security Organization and Administration SEC 402 Information Warfare and Homeland Security Concentration in Computer Security and Forensics Area II-Concentration CIS 333 Network Security Fundamentals CIS 417 Computer Forensics CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy CIS 499 Senior Seminar in Information Systems SEC 305 Computer Security SEC 405 Computer CSI All courses are 4.5 credits each. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Accounting Programs Bachelor of Science in Accounting he principal objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting program are to provide students with a broad, fundamental knowledge of the field, to prepare students for employment in accounting careers, and to provide a strong liberal arts component that develops communications skills, information literacy, abstract thinking and critical analysis and fosters historical, political and social awareness. Students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Accounting may exercise an individual option, through the selection of elective courses, which may allow him/her to prepare for professional goals such as Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Managerial Accountant (CMA), or Accredited Business Accountant (ABA). Many states have additional requirements directly related to CPA examination preparation. Students should consult their respective state Board of Accountancy for further details. Area I-Core Component ACC 100 Accounting I ACC 115 Microcomputer Applications for Accountants BUS 100 Introduction to Business CIS 105 Introduction to Information Systems ENG 115 English Composition MAT 104 Algebra with Applications

7 Area II-Major Component ACC 206 Accounting II ACC 303 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 304 Intermediate Accounting II ACC 305 Intermediate Accounting III ACC 307 Federal Taxation ACC 317 Advanced Federal Taxation ACC 350 Cost Accounting ACC 401 Advanced Accounting ACC 403 Auditing ACC 410 Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting ACC 499 Undergraduate Accounting Capstone LEG 100 Business Law I Component Total 54.0 Area III-General Education Component ENG 215 Research and Writing ENG 315 Professional Communications HIS 105 Contemporary U.S. History OR POL 110 U.S. Government HUM 111 World Cultures I HUM 112 World Cultures II MAT 300 Statistics PHI 210 Critical Thinking PSY 100 Psychology of Adjustment OR PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology REL 212 World Religions SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI 115 Introduction to Biology SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology ECO 405 Economic Problems and Issues OR POL 300 Contemporary International Problems OR SOC 300 Sociology of Developing Countries Component Total 54.0 Area IV-Elective Component These courses are selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor; within this component it is possible for students to develop a minor in a second Area of study (See Minors ). Component Total 45.0 Graduation Master of Science in Accounting The primary objective of the Master of Science in Accounting is to provide specialized, graduate level education to persons seeking positions as professional accountants in industry, government, and non-profit organizations. In addition, the Master of Science in Accounting program offers graduates much of the academic background necessary to pursue certification in public accounting (CPA) and management accounting (CMA). Students who have not earned degrees from appropriate fields of study may be required to take additional coursework as a prerequisite for completing the program. The program provides a well-balanced integration of theoretical accounting concepts and modern quantitative methods in decision-making. Many states have additional requirements directly related to CPA examination preparation. Students should consult their respective state Board of Accountancy for further details. This program offers specializations that allow students to tailor their degrees to fit their careers and learning goals. It is an exciting educational option for students looking to increase their understanding, advance their careers, and expand their opportunities in the following areas: Accounting Information Systems Controllership Public Accounting Taxation

8 Area I-Core Component ACC 557 Financial Accounting CIS 500 Information Systems for Decision-Making ECO 550 Managerial Economics and Globalization MAT 540 Quantitative Methods Component Total 18.0 Area II-Major Component ACC 564 Accounting Information Systems ACC 571 Forensic Accounting ACC 599 Graduate Accounting Capstone FIN 534 Financial Management LEG 500 Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance Component Total 22.5 Area III-Concentration Component: Students must choose one of the following Area III Concentration Components to complete the Master of Science in Accounting. Completion 54.0 Concentration in Accounting Information Systems Area III-Concentration ACC 569 Systems Auditing ACC 570 International Accounting Systems CIS 515 Strategic Planning for Database Systems Concentration in Controllership Area III-Concentration ACC 560 Managerial Accounting ACC 562 Advanced Auditing ACC 563 Advanced Accounting Theory Concentration in Public Accounting Area III-Concentration ACC 575 Regulation ACC 576 Auditing and the Business Environment ACC 577 Financial Accounting and Reporting Concentration in Taxation Area III-Concentration ACC 555 Individual Tax Research and Planning ACC 565 Organizational Tax Research and Planning ACC 568 International Tax Planning and Research All courses are 4.5 credits each.

9 SCHOOL OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY Information Systems Programs Bachelor of Science in Information Systems The principle objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program are to teach students state of the art computer concepts, and provide them with a strong liberal arts component that develops communications skills, information literacy, abstract thinking and critical analysis and fosters historical, political and social awareness. This will prepare them for programmer/analyst, database management, web development, networking, internetworking and security positions. Students are expected to demonstrate basic computer skills in order to succeed in Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program. Courses within the major component of the curriculum are overarching by design and will prepare students for success. Within this curriculum, students have the option of choosing a concentration in: Computer Security Homeland Security and Information Systems Internetworking Technology Networking Programming Security Administration Area I-Core Component ACC 100 Accounting I BUS 100 Introduction to Business CIS 110 Computer Programming Design ENG 115 English Composition MAT 104 Algebra with Applications Component Total 22.5 Area II-Major Core Component CIS 111 Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems CIS 155 Operating Systems CIS 175 Introduction to Networking CIS 210 Systems Analysis and Development CIS 324 Computer Ethics CIS 331 System Modeling Theory Component Total: 27.0 Area II-Concentration Component Students must choose one of the following Area II Concentration Components to complete the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems. Component Total 31.5 Area III-General Education Component: ENG 215 Research and Writing ENG 315 Professional Communications HIS 105 Contemporary U.S. History OR POL 110 U.S. Government HUM 111 World Cultures I HUM 112 World Cultures II MAT 300 Statistics PHI 210 Critical Thinking PSY 100 Psychology of Adjustment OR PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology REL 212 World Religions SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI 115 Introduction to Biology SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology ECO 405 Economic Problems and Issues OR POL 300 Contemporary International Problems OR SOC 300 Sociology of Developing Countries Component Total 54.0

10 Area IV-Elective Component: These courses are selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor; within this component it is possible for students to develop a minor in a second area of study (See "Minors"). Students attending New Jersey campuses must take five electives from the General Studies disciplines listed in the catalog: Economics, English, Foreign Language, History, Humanities, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Science and Sociology. Component Total: 45.0 Graduation Concentration in Computer Security CIS 329 Administering Desktop Clients CIS 333 Networking Security Fundamentals CIS 417 Computer Forensics CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy CIS 499 Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone SEC 305 Computer Security SEC 405 Computer Crime Investigation Component Total: 31.5 Concentration in Homeland Security and Information Systems CIS 333 Networking Security Fundamentals CIS 359 Disaster Recovery CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy CIS 499 Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone SEC 310 Homeland Security Organization and Administration SEC 402 Cybersecurity SEC 460 Case Studies in Current Homeland Security Issues Component Total 31.5 Concentration in Internetworking Technology CIS 337 Internetworking Basics CIS 339 Internetworking Design CIS 411 Advanced Routing CIS 413 Internetworking Switching CIS 418 Advanced Internetworking Design CIS 436 Internetworking Troubleshooting CIS 499 Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone Component Total: 31.5 Concentration in Networking CIS 329 Administering Desktop Clients CIS 332 Network Server Administration I CIS 341 Security Design in a Network Server Environment CIS 401 Network Server Administration II CIS 408 Network Infrastructure Planning CIS 409 Directory Services Infrastructure CIS 499 Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone Component Total 31.5 Concentration in Programming CIS 242 C++ Programming I CIS 276 SQL Programming OR CIS 475 Database Management Systems CIS 326 Object-Oriented Programming I CIS 328 C++ Programming II CIS 406 JAVA Programming I CIS 407 JAVA Programming II CIS 499 Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone Component Total 31.5

11 Concentration in Security Administration CIS 333 Networking Security Fundamentals CIS 343 Implementing Internet/Intranet Firewalls CIS 359 Disaster Recovery CIS 417 Computer Forensics CIS 419 Database Security CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy CIS 499 Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone Component Total: 31.5 All courses are 4.5 credits. Master of Science in Information Systems The Master of Science in Information Systems is a professional degree program that stresses the technical, managerial, and policy issues associated with building computer based systems that support modern organizations. The program addresses the theoretical and practical aspects of specifying, designing, implementing, and managing systems that possess qualities such as portability, scalability, and interoperability. The Master of Science in Information Systems program treats information as an organizational resource that is subject to managerial planning and control. It focuses on integration of data and distribution of information in helping organizations to be more competitive. Students who have not earned degrees from appropriate fields of study may be required to take additional coursework as a prerequisite for completing the program. Within this curriculum, students have the option of choosing a concentration in: Computer Security Management Decision Support System Management Enterprise Resource Management Network Management Software Engineering Management Systems Development Management Area I-Core Component ACC 557 Financial Accounting CIS 500 Information Systems for Decision-Making ECO 550 Managerial Economics and Globalization MAT 540 Quantitative Methods Component Total 18.0 Area II-Major Component CIS 512 Advanced Computer Architecture CIS 517 IT Project Management CIS 532 Network Architecture and Analysis CIS 590 Directed Research Project RES 531 Research Methods Component Total 22.5 Area III-Concentration Component: Students must choose one of the following Area III Concentration Components to complete the Master of Science in Information Systems. Completion 54.0 Concentration in Computer Security Management CIS 502 Theories of Security Management CIS 523 Security in Distributed Computing CIS 550 Case Studies in the Management of Information Security

12 Concentration in Decision Support System Management CIS 501 Decision Support for Management CIS 519 Decision Support & Intelligent Systems CIS 522 Data Warehousing Systems Concentration in Enterprise Resource Management CIS 511 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems CIS 537 Enterprise Resource Technologies in Business CIS 538 Designing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Concentration in Network Management CIS 505 Communication Technologies CIS 513 Wireless Computing CIS 516 Enterprise Network Management Concentration in Software Engineering Management CIS 510 Advanced Systems Analysis and Design CIS 515 Strategic Planning for Database Systems CIS 518 Advanced Software Engineering Concentration in Systems Development Management CIS 521 Enterprise Technology Process Models CIS 530 Simulation and Modeling I CIS 531 Enterprise Planning Architecture Completion 54.0 All courses are 4.5 credits. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Education Programs Master of Education The Master of Education provides teachers, training and development professionals, human resource staff managers, and others the knowledge and skills to pursue or advance their careers in education, human resource training, curriculum development, instructional technology, or trade education association management. The Master of Education program of study includes courses covering functional areas and critical knowledge in education as well as courses incorporating leadership skills and information technology tools. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to apply key concepts and techniques to educational problems and issues. Students who have not earned degrees from appropriate fields of study may be required to take additional coursework as a prerequisite for completing the program. Completion of Strayer University s Master of Education program does not guarantee a student has met the requirements to apply for public school teacher or administrator licensure in any state. Students pursuing teacher or school administrator certifications in the public school system should contact their respective state offices of education as well as local school district to confirm educational requirements before beginning the program. Completion of this program will not lead to teacher or administrator certification in South Carolina. Although it is not guaranteed, graduates may be eligible for pay upgrade or promotion.

13 Strayer University has been granted authorization by the State of Alabama under Ala. Code, (14) (1975) to offer the academic program described herein. Since credentials earned in the Master of Education do not automatically qualify for teaching certification, endorsement, and/or salary benefits within the State of Alabama, prospective students are advised to contact the Office of the Alabama State Superintendent of Education and/or their local school district administrators for verification. Within this curriculum, students have the option of choosing a concentration in: Adult Education and Development Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Instructional Technology Teacher Leadership Concentration in Adult Education and Development Area I-Core Component BUS 520 Leadership and Organizational Behavior EDU 500 Adult Learning Theory EDU 525 Perspectives on Adult Education EDU 526 Diversity in Adult Education EDU 535 Organizational Training and Development EDU 550 Adult Learning: Curriculum Design and Development EDU 565 Training Strategies and Assessment EDU 590 Directed Research Project OR EDU 599 Education Capstone RES 531 Research Methods Component Total 40.5 Area II-Concentration Component EDU 522 Theory and Practice of e-learning EDU 528 Methods of Teaching in Adult Education EDU 529 Assessing Adult Learners Completion 54.0 Concentration in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Area I-Core Component EDU 501 Learning Theories (K-12) EDU 505 Contemporary Issues in Education EDU 508 Educational Research Methods EDU 510 Educational Assessment EDU 512 Diversity in K-12 Education EDU 522 Theory and Practice of e-learning EDU 533 Instructional Design and Development EDU 540 Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Educational Technology OR EDU 542 Integrating Technology in Education EDU 599 Education Capstone Component Total 40.5 Area II-Concentration Component EDU 555 K-12: Curriculum Design and Development EDU 571 Evaluating School Programs EDU 573 Instructional Methods Completion 54.0

14 Concentration in Instructional Technology Area I-Core Component EDU 500 Adult Learning Theory OR EDU 501 Learning Theories (K-12) EDU 505 Contemporary Issues in Education EDU 508 Educational Research Methods EDU 510 Educational Assessment OR EDU 529 Assessing Adult Learners EDU 512 Diversity in K-12 Education OR EDU 526 Diversity in Adult Education EDU 522 Theory and Practice of e-learning EDU 550 Adult Learning: Curriculum Design and Development OR EDU 555 K-12: Curriculum Design and Development EDU 599 Education Capstone Component Total 36 Area II-Concentration Component EDU 540 Designing, Developing and Evaluating Educational Technologies EDU 541 Technology Tools to Manage Learning EDU 542 Integrating Technology into Education EDU 543 Designing and Engaging e-learning Experiences Component Total 18 Completion 54.0 Concentration in Teacher Leadership Area I-Core Component EDU 501 Learning Theories (K-12) EDU 505 Contemporary Issues in Education EDU 508 Educational Research Methods EDU 510 Educational Assessment EDU 512 Diversity in K-12 Education EDU 520 Education and the Law EDU 533 Instructional Design and Development EDU 541 Technology Tools to Manage Learning EDU 599 Education Capstone Component Total 40.5 Area II-Concentration Component EDU 558 Seminar in Teacher Leadership EDU 562 Leadership in Global Education EDU 564 Curriculum Policy and Leadership 54.0 Completion All courses are 4.5 credits UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY CAMPUS DEANS MISSOURI St. Louis-Brentwood Campus December 10, 2012 Doris Martin, Ph.D. Ph.D., Business and Organizational Development, Benedictine University, M.A., Education, Benedictine University; M.B.A., Business and Information Systems, Benedictine University

15 Kansas City December 27, 2012 Peter DeDominici, Ed.D. Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Miami University, Ed.S., Educational Leadership, Wright State University, M.S., Rehabilitation Counseling, Wright State University, B.S., Geography/Secondary Education, Boston State College TEXAS Stafford Campus December 10, 2012 David Wells, Ph.D. Ph.D., Organization and Management, Capella University; M.B.A., University of Phoenix; B.S. Business Administration and Marketing, University of Phoenix CAMPUS DIRECTORS MISSOURI St. Louis-Brentwood Campus December 10, 2012 LeAllen Hawkins Kansas City December 27, 2012 Jennifer Roski TEXAS Stafford Campus December 10, 2012 Marilyn D. Ishler

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