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1 Professional Graduate Programs MA in Cultural Sustainablity MA in Digital Arts MFA in Digital Arts MA in Environmental Studies MA in Management Welch Center for Graduate and Professional Studies Goucher College 1021 Dulaney Valley Road Baltimore, MD goucher.edu/graduate-programs GOUCHER COLLEGE ::: Professional Graduate Programs CATALOG/ COURSE OFFERINGS MA in Cultural Sustainability MA in Digital Arts MFA in Digital Arts MA in Environmental Studies MA in Management

2 Academic Calendar Fall Residency June 26, 2015 July 22, 2015 July 23, 2015 July 24, 2015 Aug 1, 2015 Aug 2, 2015 Aug 3, 2015 Aug 21, 2015 Fall Residency course materials available on GoucherLearn New students arrive on campus New Student Orientation, returning students arrive on campus On-campus portion of Fall Residency courses begin at 8:30am Last day of on-campus Fall residency Graduate Programs Commencement Off-campus portion of residency courses begin Fall Residency courses end Fall Online Aug 1, 2015 Sept 1, 2015 Nov 13, 2015 Nov 23-27, 2015 Dec 11, 2015 Spring Residency Dec 11, 2015 Jan 6, 2016 Jan 7, 2016 Jan 8, 2016 Jan 16, 2016 Jan 19, 2016 Feb 5, 2016 Spring Online Jan 19, 2016 Feb 16, 2016 March 14-18, 2016 May 27, 2016 Fall Online Course materials available on GoucherLearn Fall Online courses begin Registration for Spring Classes opens Thanksgiving Break Fall Online courses end Spring Course materials available on GoucherLearn New students arrive on campus New Student Orientation, returning students arrive on campus On-campus portion of Spring Residency courses begin at 8:30am Last day of on-campus Spring Residency courses Off-campus portion of Spring Residency courses begin Spring Residency courses end Spring Online Course materials available on GoucherLearn Spring Online classes begin Spring Break Spring Online courses end

3 Table of Contents AcademicCalendar General Academic Information On-Campus Residency Requirements Off-Campus Requirements Admissions Fees & Expenses Financial Aid Academic Policies Academic Programs and Curriculum Programs Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability Master of Arts/Master of Fine Arts in Digital Arts Master of Arts in Environmental Studies Master of Arts in Management Dual Degrees Course Tentative Schedule :: 1 :: General Academic Information On-Campus Residency Requirements Students accepted into the program will attend semi-annual residencies at Goucher in late July and early January. One of the most important aspects of residency in a limited residency program is that you are able to spend time with your faculty and peers, both inside and outside the classroom. Participating in meals and special events, such as guest speakers, field trips, technical trainings, and get-togethers is part of what makes this a rich learning community. During the first residency, new students will meet with the program director to plan their preliminary course of study. An on-campus orientation is required for incoming students and is scheduled the day prior to when residency classes start. To jump start the process an online orientation is also available to help students prepare for graduate school and how to be successful in distance learning. During each subsequent residency, students meet with their program director(s) to refine their course of study and to develop a plan for the capstone or thesis paper. The required capstone or thesis paper, completed off campus, is the culmination of each student s course of study and is described in more detail below. Students return to campus briefly in early August after completing all course requirements to participate in Commencement. Off-Campus Requirements Faculty maintain regular contact with students throughout the semester. Depending on the course, this may involve individual discussions by telephone or , online conferencing, live classes, or conference calls involving occasional guest speakers. Typically, regular communication between faculty and students will be weekly. Students are responsible for maintaining contact with instructors and with program administrators during the semester. is the preferred method of contact. Courses are designed to be completed during the 4-week Residency term (9 days on-campus, 3 weeks off-campus) or the 15-week online terms in the fall or spring. Students will be provided with a syllabus and schedule for each course. Off-campus communication will also include submitting assignments, papers, participating in discussions and other written work using the GoucherLearn platform. Students can expect an average of 7 to 10 hours per week in reading, writing, and research assignments per course. Online courses that include synchronous meeting sessions will usually be scheduled to take place on weekday evenings or on weekends. :: 2 ::

4 Admissions How to Apply To be considered for admission, an applicant must submit the following: A completed application form, including three copies of the essay and a nonrefundable $75 application fee made payable to Goucher College. Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work, which can be sent directly by the institution to the address below or included with your application in the institution s sealed envelope. Two recommendation letters completed by people who know you well enough to give informed opinions of your intellectual ability, capacity for sustained self-directed study, personal qualifications, and professional potential. Applications are accepted throughout the year for two entry points: Fall (late July) and Spring (early January). Please see the website for program specific deadlines. Application materials can be downloaded from our website at goucher.edu/graduate-programs/how-to-apply. If you would prefer to receive a hard copy, please contact us by phone at or by ing Application materials can be forwarded to: Admissions Welch Center for Graduate and Professional Studies Goucher College 1021 Dulaney Valley Road Baltimore, Maryland Acceptance to the program will be based on an evaluation of the applicant s experience and work, essay, recommendation letters, and transcripts. The essay is particularly important as it demonstrates the applicant s connection to the field, depth of experience, professional aims, ability to undertake selfdirected graduate study, and ability to present a cogent argument in writing. The Admissions Committees for each program are regularly assembled throughout the year to review applications. Accepted students are required to submit an enrollment agreement, along with a nonrefundable $500 deposit. The deposit will be credited toward tuition charges for the upcoming semester. Because of Department of Education regulations, Goucher has temporarily put a hold on admissions in a few states. For current information, please visit Goucher s website at goucher.edu/doe. Fees & Expenses Program Costs For the 2015 entering class, tuition is $825 per credit hour. Students pay a $350 Residency Fee that covers the cost of lunches and dinners, fieldtrips, guest speakers, and other materials and special events hosted during residency. During the fall residency students are encouraged to stay in oncampus housing. The fee ranges from $45-$90 per night based on occupancy and amenities. There is a $125 technology fee each semester. Modest annual increases in tuition and fees should be expected. A $125 fee per credit is assessed for transfer credits accepted from other institutions. Official extension fees are $140 per credit for a 1-5 week extension, $400 per credit for a semester extension. Financial Aid Students may apply for a Federal Direct Stafford and/or a Direct Graduate PLUS Loan. Eligibility for federal direct loans is based on need, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students receiving these loans are required to take a minimum of 4.5 credits per semester. To determine eligibility for these loans, please complete the FAFSA at Some applicants will be required to submit additional information. We encourage all students to use the Financial Aid Student Tracking System (FASTS) to learn the status of their financial aid file. For more information, visit goucher.edu/gradaid. Goucher College is authorized to provide for the education of qualified veterans and, when eligible, the spouses and children of deceased or disabled veterans under the provision of the various federal laws pertaining to veterans educational benefits. Students eligible for veterans benefits must apply for admission, pay their bills, and register in the same manner as nonveteran students. Reimbursement is made by the Department of Veterans Affairs. To receive benefits, students must qualify for benefits and must comply with the rules that have been established by the Department of Veterans Affairs and the policies currently in effect at Goucher. Further information and enrollment forms may be obtained from Goucher s Office of Student :: 3 :: :: 4 ::

5 Administrative Services at Students should also check with their employers regarding possible financial assistance. Please note that the cost of on-campus residency housing is not covered by financial aid and that international students are not eligible for financial aid. The fall semester includes both the fall residency courses and the fall online courses. The spring semester includes both the spring residency courses and the spring online courses. A limited number of scholarships are available. Please visit the program webpages for more information on scholarships. Requests for scholarship consideration should be made at the time of application. A monthly payment plan is available from Academic Management Services (AMS) at , which may be helpful for students who do not qualify for or do not wish to take advantage of the federal loan program. Payments may be made by check, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. A partial refund of payments may be made to students who withdraw from courses of their own accord. Any credit balance remaining after these adjustments to the student s account will be refunded. Institutional and federal aid, as well as tuition and fees will be adjusted in accordance with the Federal Return of Title IV calculation. The Title IV calculation is based on the days of attendance as a percentage of total days in the semester up until 60 percent. For example, if a student drops a class after completing 20 percent of the semester, the student would be eligible for a refund of all but 20 percent of the tuition (or an 80 percent refund). After 60 percent of the semester has been completed, no refunds are awarded. Academic Policies All the academic calendars, policies and procedures are available online and in the Student Handbook available at: goucher.edu/graduateacademicpolicies Academic Programs and Curriculum The Robert S. Welch Center for Graduate and Professional Studies provides adults with opportunities for a degree, career change, professional advancement, and enrichment. Our students receive a high level of individual attention from a world-class faculty committed to delivering an education. The center offers ten master s degree programs, including the following five :: 5 :: professional graduate programs that are offered in low residency, distance learning format around a shared core of management classes. Students in these five programs are actively encouraged to explore classes across curricula. Programs Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability The MACS program prepares students to effectively engage and build community capacity for sustainability, resilience, and innovation in the face of complex social challenges. The MACS program requires a total of 42 credits for graduation. Graduates will gain an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. They will be expected to demonstrate knowledge of contemporary issues pertaining to cultural sustainability in the fields of anthropology, public folklore, community arts, cultural policy, heritage preservation, community development, and related fields. Students will be expected not only to understand theories of community-based culture and folklore, but also to demonstrate the ability to apply this knowledge. Please visit goucher.edu/macsgoals Master of Arts/Master of Fine Arts in Digital Arts The Digital Arts MA and MFA program prepares student for professional, collaborative, creative careers in emerging and multimedia digital technologies. The MA requires a total of 45 credits for graduation and the MFA requires a total of 72 credits for graduation. Please visit goucher.edu/digitalartsgoals Master of Arts in Environmental Studies The MAES program equips students with scientific literacy combined with the tools from the social sciences and humanities to engage scientists as well as the public to address environmental challenges. The MAES program requires a total of 45 credits for graduation. Please visit Master of Arts in Management The MAM program prepares students for organizational leadership roles across the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors. The MAM program requires a total of 45 credits for graduation. Please visit goucher.edu/managementgoals :: 6 ::

6 Dual Degrees Goucher College has established a dual-degree Masters program through which students earn two Master s at once. In this dual degree option, students can explore and develop their skills in two domains (e.g. cultural sustainability and environmental studies). To receive two MA degrees, students will complete a total of 66 credits, to complete an MFA and an MA, students complete a total of 90 credits. Classes are drawn from across both curricula. The capstone, which is the culmination of a student s work for the degrees, would be drawn from topics shared in both programs. Dual Degree Coursework Requirements MA in Cultural Sustainability-MA in Digital Arts (66 credits) Cultural Sustainability Requirements (27 credits) Introduction to Cultural Sustainability (3) Introduction to Cultural Documentation (3) Intro to Cultural Documentation-Field Lab (1.5) Cultural Partnership (3) Cultural Policy (3) Arts and Social Change (3) Ethnographic Methodologies (1.5) Elective Courses (9) Digital Arts Requirements (24 credits) Elective Courses (4.5) Shared Requirements (15 credits) MA in Cultural Sustainability - MA in Environmental Studies (66 credits) Cultural Sustainability Requirements (24 credits) Introduction to Cultural Sustainability (3) Introduction to Cultural Documentation (3) Intro to Cultural Documentation-Field Lab (1.5) Cultural Partnership (3) Cultural Policy (3) Arts and Social Change (3) Ethnographic Methodologies (1.5) Elective Courses (6) Environmental Studies Requirements (27 credits) Environment, Culture & Community (3) Environmental Sustainability & Resilience (3) Environmental Social Science (3) Environment, Development, and Economics (3) The Environment & the Media (3) Environmental Research (6) Elective Courses (6) Shared Requirements (15 credits) MA in Digital Arts MA in Environmental Studies (66 credits) Digital Arts Requirements (24 credits) Elective Courses (4.5) Environmental Studies Requirements (27 credits) Environment, Culture & Community (3) Environmental Sustainability & Resilience (3) Environmental Social Science (3) Environment, Development, & Economics (3) The Environment & the Media (3) Environmental Research (6) Elective Courses (6) Shared Requirements (15 credits) MA in Management MA in Cultural Sustainability (66 credits) Management Requirements (33 credits) Professional Development (1.5) Principles of Marketing (3) Financial Skills & Managerial Accounting (3) Economic Principles for Managers (3) Legal Frameworks (3) Principles of Project Management (3) Strategic Management (3) Elective Courses (10.5) Cultural Sustainability Requirements (27 credits) Introduction to Cultural Sustainability (3) Introduction to Cultural Documentation (3) Intro to Cultural Documentation-Field Lab (1.5) Cultural Partnership (3) Cultural Policy (3) Arts and Social Change (3) Ethnographic Methodologies (1.5) Elective Courses (9) Shared Requirements (6 credits) MA in Management MA in Environmental Studies (66 credits) Management Requirements (30 credits) Professional Development (1.5) Principles of Marketing (3) Financial Skills & Managerial Accounting (3) Economic Principles for Managers (3) Legal Frameworks (3) Principles of Project Management (3) Strategic Management (3) Elective Courses (7.5) Environmental Studies Requirements (30 credits) Environment, Culture & Community (3) Environmental Sustainability & Resilience (3) Environmental Social Science (3) Environment, Development, & Economics (3) The Environment & the Media (3) Environmental Research (6) Elective Courses (9) Shared Requirements (6 credits) :: 7 :: :: 8 ::

7 MA in Management MA in Digital Arts (66 credits) Management Requirements (30 credits) Digital Arts Requirements (30 credits) Professional Development (1.5) Principles of Marketing (3) Financial Skills & Managerial Accounting (3) Economic Principles for Managers (3) Legal Frameworks (3) Principles of Project Management (3) Strategic Management (3) Elective Courses (7.5) Elective Courses (10.5) Shared Requirements (6 credits) MFA in Digital Arts MA in Cultural Sustainability (90 credits) Digital Arts Requirements (45 credits) Cultural Sustainability Requirements (30 credits) Introduction to Cultural Sustainability (3) Introduction to Cultural Documentation (3) Intro to Cultural Documentation-Field Lab (1.5) Cultural Partnership (3) Cultural Policy (3) Arts and Social Change (3) Ethnographic Methodologies (1.5) Elective Courses (12) Creative Seminar Studio Courses (6) Shared Requirements (15) Elective Courses (16.5) MFA Thesis (3) MFA in Digital Arts MA in Management (90 credits) Digital Arts Requirements (45 credits) Creative Seminar Studio Courses (6) Elective Courses (16.5) MFA Thesis (3) Management Requirements (39 credits) Professional Development (1.5) Principles of Marketing (3) Financial Skills & Managerial Accounting (3) Economic Principles for Managers (3) Legal Frameworks (3) Principles of Project Management (3) Strategic Management (3) Elective Courses (16.5) Shared Requirements (6 credits) It is also possible to do dual degrees with this program and Goucher s MFA in Creative Nonfiction. For an MA-MFA dual degree with this program the total required credits is 72 with required courses in both programs. For an MFA-MFA dual degree the total required credits is 90 with required courses in both programs. Students interested in this option should meet with the relevant program directors to outline an appropriate academic plan. MFA in Digital Arts MA in Environmental Studies (90 credits) Digital Arts Requirements (45 credits) Creative Seminar Studio Courses (6) Elective Courses (16.5) MFA Thesis (3) Environmental Studies Requirements (30 credits) Environment, Culture & Community (3) Environmental Sustainability & Resilience (3) Environmental Social Science (3) Environment, Development, & Economics (3) The Environment & the Media (3) Environmental Research (6) Elective Courses (9) Shared Requirements (15) :: 9 :: :: 10 ::

8 Course Tentative Schedule 2015 Fall Residency 2015 Fall Online 2016 Spring Residency 2016 Spring Online 2016 Summer Cultural Sustainability CSP600 Cultural Sustainability (3) CSP610: Intro to Cultural Documentation (3) CSP 618: Cultural Sustainability Theory (3) CSP615: Cultural Partnerships (3) CSP 640: Exhibits, Real and Virtual (3) CSP605: Cultural Policy (3) CSP610F: Intro to Cultural Doc-Field Lab (1.5) CSP620: Food and Foodways (3) CSP 648: Making Museums Relevant (3) CSP665: Arts and Social Change (3) CSP 670A: Ethno Methodologies: Research (1.5) CSP600: Cultural Sustainability (3) CSP653: Topics and Issues (3) CSP628: The Principles of Cult Mediation (1.5) CSP670B: Ethnographic Methods: Visual (1.5) CSP605: Cultural Policy (3) CSP610F: Intro to Cultural Doc-Field Lab (1.5) CSP 635: Interpretive Planning & Project Mgmt (3) CSP 653: Topics and Issues: Identity (3) CSP 660: Oral History (1.5) CSP625: Festivals, Events & Performances (3) CSP670A: Ethnographic Methods: Research (1.5) Digital Arts DA600: DA615: DA510: DA625: Mathematics, Music, and Imagery (1.5) DA560: DA617: DA635: Composition & Sound Design (1.5) DA655: DA650: DA610: DA515: Digital Imaging (1.5) DA622: Motion Graphics (1.5) DA656: Advanced 3D Production (1.5) DA665: Interactivity (3) DA670: Web Development (3) DA630: Audio Post-Production (1.5) DA645: Realtime, Interactive Signal Processing (1.5) 2016 Summer 2016 Spring Online 2016 Spring Residency 2015 Fall Online 2015 Fall Residency Environmental Studies ENV623: Environment, Culture & Community (3) ENV624 A: Environmental Research: Science and Philosophy (1.5) ENV624 C: Environmental Research: Research Methods (1.5) ENV 622: Environmental Justice (3) ENV634: Environment, Development & Economics (3) ENV 615: The Environment and the Media : Environmental Communication (3) ENV 612: Energy, Natural Resources Management, and the Environment (3) ENV623: Environment, Culture & Community (3) ENV624B: Environmental Research: Systems Thinking and Modeling (1.5) ENV624D: Environmental Research: Evaluating Claims (1.5) ENV 637: Environmental Change: Food Systems (3) ENV633: Environmental Sustainability & Resilience (3) ENV627: Environmental Social Science (3) ENV 615: The Environment and the Media : Environmental Communication Critical Analysis (3) ENV 621: Environmental Governance (3 Management PMGT608: Principles of Project Management (3) PMGT617: Principles of Marketing (3) PMGT 611: Communications (3) PMGT616: Financial Skills & Managerial Accounting (3) PMGT626: Non-Profit Leadership & Management (3) PMGT 638: Innovation in the Social Sector (3) PMGT 652: Performance Management and PMGT620: Leadership & Self Development: The Creative Process (1.5) PMGT630: Designing & Delivering a Learning Experience (1.5) PMGT650: Models of Social Entrepreneurship (3) PMGT606: Managing an Organization (3) PMGT605: Digital Ethics and Intellectual Property (3) PMGT610: Strategic Management (3) PMGT618: Economic Principles for Managers (3) PMGT625: Organizational Law (3) PMGT 631: Public Administration (3) PMGT 641: Social Networks & New Media (1.5) (first seven weeks) ENV 618: Environmental Education (3) PGMT 601: Leadership & Self Development (3) :: 11 :: :: 12 ::

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