1 FALL SESSION 2015 September 2 December 17* *Semester dates may vary by class
2 CONTACT INFORMATION Graduate and Continuing Education OFFICE HOURS 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m., M Th 8 a.m. 4 p.m. on Fridays Summer/Special holiday hours will be posted online. CALL (413) , T.D.D. (413) FAX (413) WEB GoBackNow.com WestfieldOnTheWeb.net Class cancellations: westfield.ma.edu/5411 IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Admissions Advising Appointments Bookstore Career Center Center for Teacher Ed/Research Class Cancellation Hot Line College For Kids Counseling Center Dean of DGCE Dean of Education Financial Aid Graduate Records Library Non-Credit Programs Public Safety Student Administrative Services Transcripts Undergraduate Records Veteran and Military Services CONTENT Academic Calendars 2 Registration Information 3 5 Parking 4 Student I.D. Card Information 4 Withdrawals and Refund Policy 4 Financial Information 4 5 Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver 5 Course Schedule: Fall Session 6 16 Non-Credit Schedule 17 Registration Forms Common Core of Studies Online Course Login Information 25 Campus Map Disclaimer Inside back cover The rules, regulations, policies, fees and other charges, courses of study, and academic requirements that appear in this catalog were in effect at the time of its publication. Like everything else in this catalog, they are published for informational purposes only, and they do not constitute a contract between the University and any student, applicant for admission or other person. Whether noted elsewhere in this catalog or not, the University reserves the right to change, eliminate, and add to any existing (and to introduce additional) rules, regulations, policies, fees and other charges, courses of study and academic requirements. Whenever it does so, the University will give as much advance notice as it considers feasible or appropriate, but it reserves the right in all cases to do so without notice. CENTER EVENTS WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY 1 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION Enhancing educator excellence through professional growth and development The CENTER provides high quality and affordable PDPs for area teachers. Call us to learn more: (413) Title Date(s) Time Cost Hours Towards PDPs You Have an IPad, Now What (K 12) July 7 9 a.m. 11:30 p.m. $ Meeting Common Core Standards with the IPad (K 6) July 7 12:30 3 p.m. $ SEI Promoting Language Development and Content Area Learning for Specific ELL Subgroups (K 12) July 7 and July 8 8 a.m. 3:30 p.m. $200 * 15 There s an App for That! (Pending Approval) July a.m. 12 p.m. $200 * 15 Morning Meeting Math (K 3) July 8 9 a.m. 11:30 p.m. $ Einstein Comes to Morning Meeting (K 3) July 8 12:30 3 p.m. $ SEI Using Technology to Support ELLs in SEI and ESL/ELD Classrooms (K 12) July 14 and July 15 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. $200 * 15 Build It Festival (Hand-on Math) (K 6) 9 a.m. 3:00 p.m. July 14 (1 hr. lunch break) $ English Language Arts Common Core Writing (Gr. 6 8) July :30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. $ Accessible Literature for Middle and high School Choral Ensembles and the Adolescent Changing Voice July 15 and July 16 8 a.m. 12:00 p.m. (plus a 2 hr. assignment between classes) $ Google Apps in the Classroom (K 12) July :30 a.m. $ Windows 8.1 for Educators July 16 12:30 3 p.m. $ English Language Arts Common Core Writing (Gr. 9 12) July :30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. $200 ** 15 Traditional World Dances and Singing Games August 4 and August 5 8 a.m. 1:30 p.m. $ Composition, Arranging, and Scoring for Mixed Student Ensembles August 6 and August 7 8 a.m. 1:30 p.m. $ Teacher Mentor Training August 5 and 6 Full Day Sessions Instructor: Jeannette Pierce, Westfield Public Schools District Mentor (2 full-day sessions); 8:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Sept. 30 and Oct. 28 After School Sessions: $ (1 after school session) 4 5:30 p.m. Integrating the Essential Reading Components with the Common Core State Standards July 6 August 23 Online $425.00*** 36 Supporting Phonemic Awareness July 6 August 23 Online $425.00*** 36 Instructing Phonics and Spelling with the Common Core State Standards July 6 August 23 Online $425.00*** 36 Increasing Fluency with the Common Core State Standards July 6 August 23 Online $425.00*** 36 Developing Comprehension with the Common Core State Standards July 6 August 23 Online $425.00*** 36 Building Vocabulary with the Common Core State Standards July 6 August 23 Online $425.00*** 36 * One WSU Graduate Credit available for $280. ** There will be a two hour at home assignment between classes. *** There will be a one hour music lab after the 4 hour workshop each day. For a complete up-to-date listing or to register, please visit our website at westfield.ma.edu/center. westfield.ma.edu/center
3 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY 3 2 FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION ACADEMIC CALENDAR FALL SESSION REGISTRATION INFORMATION Fall 2015 September 2 December 17, 2015 July 6 10 Start and end dates may vary. Please see course offerings section for specific dates. Early registration 1 and $50 early payment discount 4 Mail-in, drop-off or online at https://mywestfield.westfield.ma.edu July 6 9, July Registration advising Call (413) for an appointment July 11 August 17 General registration 1 Mail-in, drop-off or online at https://mywestfield.westfield.ma.edu July 24 Deadline for delayed payment August 4 6 Cross Registration into Day classes 1 In-person only, 9 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Matriculated students only. August 18 August 18 September 2 Class cancellations begin for under-enrolled courses Late registration begins CLASSES BEGIN September 2 9 Add/Drop, Cross Registration 1 September 7 Labor Day University closed October 12 Columbus Day University closed October 13 Follow monday schedule $50 Late registration fee: mail-in, drop-off, or online at https://mywestfield.westfield.ma.edu October 14 Last day to select pass/fail option Undergraduate students only November 11 Veteran s Day observed University closed November 14 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Inclement weather make-up date: November 21 November 18 Last day to withdraw 2 November Thanksgiving Break No classes held December 10 December 14 December 15 December 16 Last Thursday class Last Monday class Last Tuesday class Last Wednesday class December 17 Make-up day To accommodate unscheduled absence or snow December 23 All grades due by noon 1. Payment is required at time of registration. Tuition waiver forms must be presented with registration for waiver credit; retroactive credit is not allowed. 2. Date of withdrawal for seven-week or other non-standard classes will be at the mid-point. 3. September 2nd registration in person only. 4. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts/tuition waivers. PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR WINTER/SPRING SESSIONS 2016 WINTER: JANUARY 4 15 REGISTRATION ADVISING: NOVEMBER 9, 10, 12; NOV GENERAL REGISTRATION, ONLINE, MAIL-IN, DROP-OFF: NOVEMBER 9, 2015 JANUARY 3, 2016 CLASSES BEGIN, $50 LATE REGISTRATION FEE BEGINS: JANUARY 4, 2016 SPRING: JANUARY 25 MAY 16, 2016 REGISTRATION ADVISING: NOVEMBER 9, 10, 12; NOV EARLY REGISTRATION, $50 EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT: NOVEMBER 9 13 GENERAL REGISTRATION, ONLINE, MAIL-IN, DROP-OFF: NOVEMBER 14, 2015 JANUARY 3, 2016 $50 LATE REGISTRATION FEE BEGINS: JANUARY 4, 2016 DATES IN THE PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE mywestfield is Westfield State s web portal. It is a secure site providing students, faculty, and staff with world-class services, featuring a single sign-on website for campus announcements, web for students/faculty/staff, , course tools, library access, and much more! Using mywestfield is the only way to find your grades, register online or access your , and is the best way to stay informed regarding news and upcoming events. REGISTRATION GRADES Available through mywestfield.westfield.ma.edu MyWestfield Access: Log into the portal with your first initial, last name and last 4 digits of your CWID. Your initial password will be your CWID or current password. After logging in, Your Account is displayed on the first page Click ACADEMICS tab to REGISTER find registration tools to add or drop classes If you experience difficulty logging in, contact the IT HELP Desk at x4357. WEB REGISTRATION PAYMENT You can pay your bill online immediately following registration with a credit card. If you would prefer to print the statement page and mail it in with payment, please know that payment, including tuition waivers, are due within five (5) days of registration. Failure to do so will result in the addition of the $100 non-refundable late payment fee and loss of the early payment discount. REGISTER BY MAIL, DROP-OFF OR ONLINE If you prefer not to register online, but are unable to register during published days and times, please consider leaving your registration and payment in our secure drop box; we will enter the data at the earliest possible time. Your course schedule and payment receipt will be mailed to you. You will be notified if the course(s) you select are closed or cancelled. Please do not or fax payment information. Employees of Westfield State University are permitted to register during general registration and late registration periods only. Employee registration for non-credit courses begins one week prior to the start of the class, pending availability. For more complete information and policies, please visit our website at westfield.ma.edu/dgce ACADEMIC ADVISING Upon admission to an academic program, you are assigned a major advisor. It is your responsibility to arrange an appointment with the advisor as soon as you are admitted into a program to outline your program of study, taking into consideration previous work and your academic objectives. Although your advisor will assist you in planning your program, you must assume responsibility for knowing and meeting the curriculum requirements. Please visit our website at westfield.ma.edu/dgce for more information, or call (413) to make an appointment.
4 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY 5 4 FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND SCHEDULE Withdrawal Professor's Signature Transcript Notation WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICY Students may withdraw from courses before the second scheduled meeting without notation on their permanent record. Students must withdraw in writing. A withdrawal form is available in the Graduate and Continuing Education (DGCE) office or on our website. A withdrawal after the second class meeting requires the student to obtain the signature of the faculty member. Non-attendance does not ensure withdrawal from a course. It is the student s responsibility to withdraw from courses as outlined above, or a Failure to Withdraw grade of F will result. At the instructor s discretion, a student may sometimes be reported for non-attendance and an Administrative Withdrawal may be requested, but it should not be assumed that nonattendance will result in withdrawal from a course. In addition, non-payment does not result in Administrative Withdrawal from a course. NON-REFUNDABLE FEES Refunds of tuition and instructional fees, if any, are made on the basis of the date and time of receipt of a student s withdrawal. The registration fee, late registration fee, and late payment fee are non-refundable. Failure to pay within five (5) days of web registration will result in the addition of the $100 non-refundable late payment fee. The DGCE accepts checks, money orders, Mastercard, American Express, Visa, and Discover cards. Cash cannot be accepted for payment over $10. Original signed waiver forms must be presented at the time of registration. Late waivers will not be accepted. MEETING & REFUND FOR ONLINE AND BRICK & CLICK COURSES Online and brick & click courses are deemed to begin meeting on the first day of the semester at 9 a.m., unless otherwise noted. Online and Brick & Click courses will be considered meeting as other in-person Tuition & Fees Before the semester begin date No None Student owes $75 non-refundable Registration Fee After session begin date and before the first class meeting No None Student owes $150 non-refundable Registration Fee & Non-refundable Educational Service Fee. *** Before the second class meeting No None Student receives 75% refund of total tuition and Instructional fee (excluding non-refundable late Registration fee and late payment fee). *** Before the third class meeting Yes W Student receives 40% refund of total tuition and Instructional fee (excluding non-refundable late Registration fee and late payment fee). *** After the third class meeting Yes W There are no refunds for classes dropped after the third class meeting. After withdrawal deadline* Yes W Students dropping after the last day to withdraw will incur an additional $25 Late Withdrawal Fee Administrative withdrawal for non-attendance** W There are no refunds for classes dropped after the third class meeting. After add-drop period N/A W There are no refunds for classes dropped after the third class meeting. Failure to withdraw N/A F No Refund *Approved for extenuating circumstances only: must have Division approval. ** At instructor s discretion. *** There are no refunds for Winter Session after the course has begun. courses that begin the first day of the term (i.e., once per week for 14 weeks in fall/spring, twice per week for six weeks in the summer). The refund and withdrawal schedule follows this meet schedule and is effective regardless of individual student login. Please note that online courses may have earlier start dates. FINANCIAL AID The Financial Aid Office at Westfield State University is located within the Student Administrative Service Center in the Horace Mann Center, and is committed to insuring that no student is unable to pursue his or her educational goals for lack of financial resources. Westfield State University participates in a wide variety of federal, state, and private programs. Assistance can be in the form of gift aid (scholarships and grants) and self-help programs (loans, work study, and graduate assistantships). The staff of the Financial Aid Office is available for assistance at (413) MEAL PLAN REFUNDS Meal plan pricing varies, dependent on the number of meals in the chosen plan. Please see the University Bulletin online or visit the policies section at westfield.ma.edu/dgce for more information on meal plans and refunds. PARKING PRIVILEGES Parking decals are required and only available online at buymypermit.com/wsu. Vehicles without parking decals will be ticketed. For more information, please see the policies section at westfield.ma.edu/dgce. STUDENT I.D. CARD All Westfield State University students should have a bar-coded Student I.D. card as I.D. cards are required to print information on campus. For more information, please see the policies section at westfield.ma.edu/dgce. HEALTH INSURANCE REQUIREMENT Chapter 15A of the Massachusetts General Laws mandates that every full- or 3/4-time student in a public or private institution of higher education during the fall and spring terms shall participate in a qualifying student health insurance program. You may waive this insurance coverage if you certify that you have comparable coverage. Failure to submit the proper waiver form will render you liable for the state-mandated coverage provided by the University and you will be billed accordingly. Post-baccalaureate and graduate students are considered 3/4-time at 6.75 credits and full-time at 9 credits. Undergraduate students are considered three-quarter time at 9 credits and full-time at 12 or more credits. HEALTH INSURANCE WAIVER INFORMATION Please be aware that effective with the Fall 2009 semester, all students enrolled in three-quarter time coursework (6.75 or more credits for postbaccalaureate and graduate, 9 or more credits for undergraduate) and who do not wish to purchase a health plan through the university, must provide proof of medical insurance coverage by posting this information via the web. We will no longer accept this information on paper. In order to avoid being assessed a state mandated insurance charge you must waive the fee by entering your medical insurance information online at From the main screen, please do the following: Select Westfield State University. Select the Accident & Sickness Insurance Plan option. Then click on the Waiver Form link to continue the waiver process. DELAYED PAYMENT Westfield State University offers a program for matriculated students that allows for payment of tuition over a period of time during the semester. Students must meet the following requirements: Matriculation in a degree or certification program through DGCE. Payment of the application fee (non-refundable). Ability to pay total tuition and fees by published due dates. Students must follow all regulations regarding withdrawals as stated in the Division s refund policy, and are responsible for total payment even if they withdraw before the end of the semester and regardless of grade. No student may apply for delayed payment who has been sent to a collection agent or placed in Administrative Withdrawal. First payment due at registration. Students must complete the application and have it approved before they may register into courses. The application must be completed each semester. There is a late payment penalty charge if bills are not paid in full by the date of the final payment. Any account sent to collection is charged a 20% collection fee. The first payment is due with registration, and includes the $100 non-refundable fee. The remaining payments are due according to the following schedule: Fall Semester Last Friday in September Last Friday in October Spring Semester Last Friday in February Last Friday in March Summer Semesters At mid-point in term SENIOR CITIZEN TUITION WAIVER In accordance with Chapter 915 of the Acts of 1977, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education will waive tuition for persons over 60 for Massachusetts residents only, provided registration, institutional fees and related expenses are borne by the student. Students must have the waiver form completed in advance of registration. The form is available in the DGCE Office. Proof of date of birth is required. AUDITING CLASSES Students may audit any in-person course. Online and hybrid courses are not available to audit. Students are encouraged to audit Signature Classes, which are classes listed on the non-credit course offerings page in this catalog. Registration for these courses begins on the first day of registration for credit-bearing courses. In-person classes not listed in the non-credit course offerings page may still be audited, pending available space in the class, and registration begins one week prior to the start of the class. Students registering for an audited class will not be offered an early payment discount nor charged a late registration fee. Art courses for audit have a $25 material fee. TUITION AND FEES: Tuition and Fees are subject to change (Only U.S. currency accepted) Undergraduate per credit* $280 Graduate per credit* $300 MSW per credit* $400 Delayed Payment Fee (non-refundable) $100 Early Payment Discount until July 9** $50 Auditing*** per credit $50 Nursing Fee $530 each fall & spring semester Graduate Psychology Practicum Fee $100 Student Teaching Fee (per placement) $100 Late Registration Fee (non-refundable) $50 *Includes $85 per credit (UG) or $105 per credit (G) tuition, $75 Registration Fee (non-refundable), $75 Educational Service Fee (non-refundable after semester starts), and other instructional fees. **Cannot be combined with other discounts/tuition waivers. ***Courses with a certification component cannot be audited, and DGCE reserves the right to limit courses and seats available to audit at any time.
5 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY 7 6 FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION FALL SESSION ART ART (20250) DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS AAPP /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Wainright ART (20253) ART (20254) ART SURVEY: PREHIST-MIDDLE AGE ART SURVEY: RENAISSANCE-PRESENT AAPP /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE F. Lund AAPP /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE I. Imeh ART (20249) COMPUTER GRAPHICS I AAPP /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE B. Keim ART (20251) AFRICAN AMERICAN ART UDIV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Swaidan ART (20252) ST:AFRICAN AMERICAN ART ASTRONOMY (PHYSICAL SCIENCE) ASTR (21257) BIOLOGY BIOL (20264) IPS ASTRONOMY: HIST OF MATTER ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Swaidan /02 12/17 Tue/ Thu 5 6:15 p.m. WILSN 309 LSCI /02 12/17 Mon 6 10:30 p.m. WILSN 207 Instructions for logging into online classes can be found on page 25. R. Rees C. Grobe BIOL (20265) HUMAN BIOLOGY LSCI /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE D. Hoagland BIOL (21424) BIOLOGY TODAY LSCI /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE D. Christensen BIOL (20627) INTRO:ORGAN., /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:30 p.m. WILSN J. Hanselman ECOL & EVOL BIOL 202 BIOL 0128 (Brick-and-Click course) BIOL (21544) BIOL (21265) HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYS. I TCH SEC SCHOOL BIOLOGY PR LSCI /02 12/17 Wed 6 10:30 p.m. WILSN 224 PR /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:25 p.m. WILSN 309 BIOL (21370) BIOTECHNOLOGY /02 12/17 Wed p.m. WILSN 207 BIOL (21266) TCHNG METH:SEC SCHOOL BIOLOGY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/ECONOMICS /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:25 p.m. WILSN 309 R. Thompson F. Giuliano D. Doe F. Giuliano ACCT (21371) PRINCIPLES OF PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. Alzubaidi ACCOUNTING I ACCT (21372) FEDERAL INCOME PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE T. Kurty TAXATION ACCT (21373) FINANCIAL REPORTING I PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Irujo AVIA (21374) AVIATION HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Hart ECON (21375) PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS ECON (21376) PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS ECON (21377) INTRO TO ECONOMETRIC METHODS FINC (21379) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINC (21378) INTRO TO ECONOMETRIC METHODS SOCU /02 12/17 Thu 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN J. Wagner 403 SOCU /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE H. Sackett PR ARSN /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Chuku PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE L. Nguyen PR ARSN /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Chuku MGMT (21380) SOFTWARE APP IN MGMT /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Naidorf MGMT (21381) BUSINESS PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE G. Merlo MANAGEMENT MGMT (21382) QUANT APPROACH TO PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE A. Furnelli BUS DEC MGMT (21383) LABOR RELATIONS PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE P. Ettman MGMT (21384) MANAGEMENT PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE D. Bakuli INFO SYSTEMS MGMT (21385) BUS STRATEGY & POLICY PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Daniel MGMT (21386) ENTREPRENEURSHIP PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE B. Knipes MRKT (21387) MARKETING /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Raschilla MANAGEMENT MRKT (21388) INTRO TO COMMERC /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE REC & TOURISM MRKT (21389) MARKETING RESEARCH PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE P. Hart TECHNIQUES MRKT (21390) PRIN OF ADVERTISING PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE D. Kimball BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTANCY Students may register for a course after the first class meeting by permission of instructor only ACCT (21248) FIN STATEMENT DISCLOSURE/ANALY /02 12/17 Tue 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN 401 ACCT (21245) FRAUD EXAMINATION /02 12/17 Mon 3:25 6:10 p.m. BATES 210 ACCT (21246) ACCT (21247) ACCT (21249) FOUNDATIONS IN ETHICS CONTEMP PROF ACCTG PROBLEMS FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION II COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCI /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Wed 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Thu 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN 404 CAIS (21292) SYS ANALYSIS & DESIGN PR /02 12/17 Mon 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 404 CAIS (21293) ST:DATA MINING /02 12/17 Tue/ Thu CAIS Requires instructor s permission. 6:15 7:30 p.m. WILSN 407 CAIS (21294) COMP SCIENCE INTERN A /02 12/17 CAIS Requires CAIS Department Approval. C. Irujo J. Sarnelli J. Sarnelli E. Moore M. Maggio J. Carabetta K. Works
6 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY 9 8 FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION CAIS (21295) COMP SCIENCE INTERN B CAIS Requires CAIS Department Approval. CRIMINAL JUSTICE /02 12/17 CRJU (20918) INTRO TO CRIM JUSTICE SOCU /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Jones CRJU (21254) INTRO TO CRIM JUSTICE SOCU /02 12/17 Mon 4 6:45 p.m. HMC 02 A. Perry CRJU (20919) LAW ENFORCEMENT PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE D. Price & SOCIETY CRJU (20920) AMER JUDICIAL SYSTEMS PR /02 12/17 Tue 4 6:45 p.m. HMC 03 A. Dallam- Murphy CRJU (21251) PREVENTION PR /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. HMC 03 B. Cho AND CONTROL CRJU (21252) CRIM PROC:FIFTH & SIXTH AMEND PR /02 12/17 ONLINE V. Ascolillo CRJU (20943) RESEARCH METHODS /02 12/17 Thu 4 6:45 p.m. HMC 01 C. Kudlac CRJU 0603 (Brick-and-Click course) CRJU (20942) CRIMINOLOGICAL /02 12/17 Thu 6:30 9:15 p.m. HMC 03 J. Gustafson THEORY I CRJU (20945) LAW ENFORCEMENT /02 12/17 Wed 4:15 7 p.m. HMC 04 B. Rizzo POLICY DEVELOP CRJU (20944) ST:UNDERCOVER AGENTS 4TH AMEND /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE V. Ascolillo EDUCATION EDUC (21479) EDUC (21480) EDUC (21482) EDUC (21484) EDUC (21487) INTRO STDNT EXCEPT LEARN NEEDS EARLY LITERACY AND READING LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE ARTS ELEM CURR AND INSTRUC EARLY CHILD CURRICULUM /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN D. Cruse 304 PR /02 12/17 Wed 4:15 6:45 p.m. PAR 109 D. Callahan PR /02 12/17 Tue 4:30 7 p.m. PAR 205 L. DiMartino PR /02 12/17 Tue 7:05 9:50 p.m. PAR 205 M. Curro PR /02 12/17 Tue 7:05 9:50 p.m. PAR 205 M. Curro EDUC (21488) CHILDRENS LITERATURE /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE K. Itterly EDUC (21491) CLASSROOM PR /02 12/17 Tue 4:15 6:45 p.m. PAR 202 M. Henley MANAGEMENT EDUC 0314 (Brick-and-Click course) EDUC (21494) PRINC. OF TEACHING & LEARNING PR /02 12/17 Mon 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN 317 EDUC (21493) EDUC (21497) THE MIDDLE SCH&ITS STUDENTS EDUC PLAN & EVAL:MIDDLE/SECOND /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 7 p.m. BATES S. Luppino 111 PR /02 12/17 Tue 4:30 6:55 p.m. PAR 208 M. Kennedy EDUC (20940) MANG STU BEHAV/ HLTH-SAFE ENV EDUC (21500) SHELTERED ENGLISH IMMERSION EDUC (21501) EDUC (21503) EDUC (21505) EDUC (21508) EDUC (21518) LANG/COMM DEV & INTERVENTION DEV. DISABL & SELF DETERM. MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION EARLY INT YG CH SP NDS ST: METHODS OF TEACHING MATH /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Gentile /02 12/17 Wed 4:15 6:45 p.m. PAR 204 A. Hafner PR /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN 304 F. St. Peter- Sanft PR /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:55 p.m. PAR 208 B. Goff UDIV /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Mon 6:55 9:40 p.m. PAR 205 P. Carleen /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 7 p.m. PAR 202 EDUC (21481) EARLY LITERACY /02 12/17 Wed 4:15 6:45 p.m. PAR 109 D. Callahan & READING EDUC (21483) LITERATURE & /02 12/17 Tue 4:30 7 p.m. PAR 205 L. DiMartino LANGUAGE ARTS EDUC (21485) ELEM CURR & PR /02 12/17 Tue 7:05 9:50 p.m. PAR 205 M. Curro INSTRUCTION EDUC (21490) EARLY CHILDHOOD /02 12/17 Tue 7:05 9:50 p.m. PAR 205 M. Curro CURRICULUM EDUC (21489) CHILDREN S LITERATURE /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE K. Itterly EDUC (21492) CLASSROOM /02 12/17 Tue 4:15 :645 p.m. PAR 202 M. Henley MANAGEMENT EDUC 0514 (Brick-and-Click course) EDUC (21495) EDUC (21486) EDUC (21498) EDUC (20941) EDUC (21502) EDUC (21504) EDUC (21506) EDUC (21509) EDUC (21519) EDUC (21510) EDUC (21511) PRIN. OF TEACHING & LEARNING STU W/EXCEPTIONAL LRNG NDS ED PLAN & EVAL:MID AND/OR SEC MANG STU BEHAV/ HLTH-SAFE ENV LANG/COMM DEV AND INTERVENTION DEV. DISAB/ SELF DETERMINATION MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION EARLY INT/YNG CHILD W/SPEC NDS ST: METHODS OF TEACHING MATH PRACTICUM II: READING TEACHER SHELTERED ENGLISH IMMERSION /02 12/17 Mon 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN D. Cruse /02 12/17 Tue 4:30 6:55 p.m. PAR 208 M. Kennedy /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Gentile /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN 304 F. St. Peter- Sanft /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:55 p.m. PAR 208 B. Goff /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Mon 6:55 9:40 p.m. PAR 205 P. Carleen /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 7 p.m. PAR /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 6:55 p.m. S. Berkowitz PR /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 6:55 p.m. WILSN 109 O. Escalera Instructions for logging into online classes can be found on page 25.
7 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION EDUC (21512) RESEARCH IN EDUCATION EDUC (21513) SOC CULTURAL THEOR:FOUND OF ED EDUC (21514) PRAC I:CLIN EXP RDING ELEM EDUC Permission from Dr. Berkowitz required to enroll. EDUC A (21515) MULTICULTURAL ENGL LANG LRNRS EDUC This course begins Sept 9 and ends Oct 21. EDUC B (21516) MULTICULTURAL EXCEPTIONAL LRNR EDUC This course begins Oct 22 and ends Dec 17. EDUC (21517) REMEDIAL READING: MATRL & MTHDS EDUC 0656 (Brick-and-Click course) ENGLISH /02 12/17 Tue 4:30 6:55 p.m. PAR 109 S. Leibowitz /02 12/17 Mon 4:30 6:55 p.m. PAR 109 J. Nowicki 09/02 12/17 Thu 4:30 6:55 p.m. S. Berkowitz.5 09/02 10/21 ONLINE ONLINE.5 10/22 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 6:35 p.m. WILSN 109 ENGL (20467) ENGLISH COMPOSITION I CMP /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES 118 ENGL (20468) SPEECH /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES 225 ENGL (20469) BRITISH LIT SINCE 1780 PR LPA /02 12/17 Wed 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES 111 ENGL (20470) AMERICAN LIT SINCE 1865 ENGL (20471) WORLD LITERATURE I PR GDIV/ LPA ENGL (20474) YOUNG ADULT LIT IN ELA CLASS ENGL (20476) METHODS TCHNG ENG-MID/SEC SCH PR LPA /02 12/17 Thu 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Thu 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Mon 4 6:25 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 7:15 p.m. BATES 218 S. Grimaldi G. Neikirk A. Kozikowski K. Knotts S. Sarigianides S. Sarigianides ENGL (20478) BUS AND TECH WRITING PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE G. Neikirk ENGL (20475) ENGL (20477) ENGL (20479) YOUNG ADULT LIT IN ELA CLASS METH TCHNG ENGL/ MID AND OR SEC THEORIES OF LITERARY CRITICISM /02 12/17 Mon 4 6:25 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 7:15 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Tue 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES 111 ENGL (20480) ST: BRITISH LITERATURE /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. BATES 223 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENVS (21522) PRINC OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCI S. Sarigianides S. Sarigianides G. Brewster E. Starr ASCI /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE E. Cole ETHNIC AND GENDER STUDIES EGST (21267) INTRO TO COMP UDIV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE ETHNIC STUDIES EGST (21268) INTRO WOMEN S & GDIV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE GENDER STUDIES EGST (21270) INTRO AFRICAN UDIV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Hennessy AMERICAN STUDIES EGST (21566) INTRO TO GBLT STUDIES UDIV /02 12/17 M. Hennessy EGST (21567) IMAGES OF BLACK SOCU/ /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Hennessy AND BROWN UDIV EGST (21271) US LATINO/ SOCU/ /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE E. Morales-Diaz A DIASPORIC CMTY UDIV EGST (21272) UNMASK SCHOOL-PRIS- ON PIPELINE PR /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 7 p.m. MOD 110 M. Hennessy EGST (21568) ST: SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE GENERAL SCIENCE (PHYSICAL SCIENCE) GNSC (21261) GNSC (21263) GNSC (21262) GNSC (21264) METHODS OF SCIENCE MID SCHL METHODS OF CHEMISTRY EDUC METH. OF SCI. ED. FOR MID. SCH METHODS OF CHEMISTRY EDUC. GEOGRAPHY-REGIONAL PLANNING /02 12/17 Thu 4:30 7 p.m. MOD 110 M. Hennessy PR /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:25 p.m. WILSN 309 PR /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:25 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:25 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:25 p.m. WILSN 309 F. Giuliano F. Giuliano F. Giuliano F. Giuliano GARP (20260) WORLD REGIONAL SOCU /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE T. LeDoux GEOGRAPHY GARP (20261) PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LSCI /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. Bristow W/LAB GARP (20262) CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY GDIV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE K. Terzano GARP (20263) METEOROLOGY /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE K. Leiker HISTORY HIST B (20461) WESTERN EXPERIENCE II SOCU /22 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Dempsey HIST This course begins Oct 22 and ends Dec 17. HIST A (20465) U.S. HISTORY TO 1865 HSGV /02 10/21 ONLINE ONLINE N. Aieta HIST This course begins Sep 2 and ends Oct 21. HIST (20440) INTRO:ASIA, AFRICA & MID EAST GDIV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE E. Young Instructions for logging into online classes can be found on page 25.
8 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION HIST B (20466) JACKSONIAN AMERICA: HIST This course begins Oct 22 and ends Dec /22-12/17 ONLINE ONLINE N. Aieta HIST A (20446) LATIN AMERICA TO 1800 GDIV/ /02 10/21 ONLINE ONLINE C. Cleaton-Ruiz SOCU HIST This course begins Sep 2 and ends Oct 21. HIST A (20445) ST: MAGIC AND /02 10/21 ONLINE ONLINE M. Abate WITCHCRAFT HIST 0290 This course begins Sep 2 and ends Oct 21. HIST B (20447) ST: HISTORY OF HORROR /22 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Abate HIST This course begins Oct 22 and ends Dec 17. HIST (20442) HIST (20444) MATHEMATICS HISTORY METH-SEC/ MIDDLE SCHL RDGS: TOPICS IN WORLD HISTORY /02 12/17 Mon 4 6:25 p.m. BATES /02 12/17 Mon 6 8:45 p.m. BATES 214 Instructions for logging into online classes can be found on page 25. N. Aieta M. Abate MATH (21274) ELEMENTARY STATISTICS TMTH /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN B. Hiney 403 MATH (21296) ELEMENTARY STATISTICS TMTH /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Connors MATH (21297) MATH APPLICATIONS TMTH /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Ahmadov MATH (21298) MATH FOR BUS-SOC SCI TMTH /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Gendron MATH (21299) MOVEMENT SCIENCE MOVP (20438) MOVP (21430) FOUNDATIONS: NUMBER SYSTEMS INTRO TO EXERCISE SCIENCE EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN TMTH /02 12/17 Tue 4 7:15 p.m. WILSN 418 ASCI /02 12/17 Tue 6:30 9:15 p.m. WDWRD /02 12/17 Sat 9 5 p.m. WILSN 138 MOVP Meets 2 Saturdays. Additional $200 equipment fee payable to MRC on first class meeting. MOVP (20439) HEALTH EDUC. IN ELEM SCHOOL /02 12/17 Wed 4:30 7:15 p.m. WDWRD 235 MOVP (20436) MOVP (20437) MUSIC RSRCH METH/ PHYS EDUC ADVANCED MOTOR LEARNING MUSC (21273) WORLD MUSIC AAPP/ GDIV D. Laing M. Tryon S. Laing /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE H. Noun /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. Rausch /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Blanchard PHILOSOPHY PHIL (20258) INTRO TO ETHICS LPA /02 12/17 Wed 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 300 PHIL (20259) POLITICAL SCIENCE INTRO TO PHIL OF RELIGION LPA /02 12/17 Mon 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 300 POLS (21346) AMERICAN NATL GOVT HSGV /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE PSYCHOLOGY PSYC (20909) INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY SOCU /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE C. Laliberte PSYC (20915) RESEARCH METH PR /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN J. Copella IN PSYCHOLOGY 116 PSYC (20910) EDUCATIONAL PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE J. Szpiler PSYCHOLOGY PSYC (20914) PSYCH-INTERPERSONAL PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. DesRochers REL & COMM PSYC (20917) PSYCH OF THE FAMILY PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE T. Kiefer PSYC (20913) COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Dutch PSYC (20916) ST:PSYCHOLOGY OF PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE L. Simpson LOVE PSYC (20912) ADULT DEV & AGING PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Jackson PSYC (21445) PSYC (21446) PSYC (21447) PSYC (21448) PSYC (21459) THEORIES OF COUNSELING ST: PSYCHOLOGY OF LOVE PRINC &PRACT/ PSYC TESTING PRIN/PRAC GUID/ED & COMM SER BASIC & APPLIED RESEARCH B. Art B. Art /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:45 p.m. WILSN A. Vengrove /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE L. Simpson /02 12/17 Wed 6:45 9:30 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Mon 6:45 9:30 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Thu 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 116A PSYC (21460) ADVANCED COUNSELING /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:45 p.m. WILSN 317 PSYC (21461) PSYC (21578) PSYC (21471) PSYC (21463) PSYC (21470) PSYC (21466) ADVANCED COUNSELING W/SUPERV FORENSIC COUNS: ASSESSMENT BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOLOGY PRIN OF APPLIED BEHAV ANALYSIS AUTISM & DEV. DISABILITIES BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS APPLICATIONS B. Conners R. Bardwell J. Camilleri J. Hanousek /02 12/17 Wed 4 6:45 p.m. WILSN 314 R. Burwell /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN D. Rentler 116A PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE K. Saulsgiver /02 12/17 Mon 5:15 8 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Thu 5 7:45 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 314 R. Tudor S. Kay J. Reyes
9 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PSYC (21464) PSYC (21465) PSYC (21474) PSYC (21475) PSYC (21476) PSYC (21521) PSYC (21477) SNGL SUBJ RSRCH METH & DESIGN CLINICAL BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS THESIS I: APPL BEHAV ANALYSIS INT: MENTAL HEATH COUNSELING INT: MENTAL HEATH COUNSELING INT: MENTAL HEATH COUNSELING PRACT:GUIDANCE PREK /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 112 L. Andrade /02 12/17 Thu 5 7:45 p.m. WILSN C. Ciano-Boyce /02 12/ /02 12/17 Mon 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Mon 6 8:45 p.m. WILSN 116A /02 12/17 Mon 6 9 p.m. WILSN R. Hayes /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:45 p.m. M. Letasz PSYC (21478) PRACT:GUIDANCE /02 12/17 Tue 6 8:45 p.m. M. Letasz PSYC (21472) PRACT I:APPL BEHAV /02 12/17 J. Reyes ANALYSIS PSYC (21473) PRACT III:APPL BEHAV ANALYSIS /02 12/17 J. Reyes PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CRJU (21345) IS:IND STUDY FOR M. P. A. CRJU Student must complete Independent Study form MGMT (21342) RESOURCE DEV: NON-PROF. SECTOR MGMT (21344) IS:IND STUDY/ NON-PROFIT MGMT MGMT Student must complete Independent Study form PADM (21300) FOUNDATIONS OF PUBLIC ADMIN PADM (21329) ORG BEHAV NPFT AND PUB ORG PADM (21332) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PADM (21333) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT PADM (21458) ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY PADM (21343) IND STUDY IN PUBLIC MGMT PADM Student must complete Independent Study form SOCIAL WORK /02 12/ /02 12/17 Mon 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 T. Waskiewicz /02 12/17 Tue 7 9:30 p.m. PAR 202 E. Pilver /02 12/17 Thu 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN 402 C. Daniel /02 12/17 Wed 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN R. Merchant /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE T. Galanis /02 12/17 Wed 6:30 9:15 p.m. WILSN M. Wolf /02 12/17 SOCW (20628) INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. Sullivan SOCW (20688) RESEARCH I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Fakunmoju SOCW (20689) RESEARCH I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Fakunmoju SOCW (20830) HUMAN BEHAV. & SOC /02 12/17 Mon 5:15 7 p.m. MOD 105 Z. Abukari ENVIRON. I SOCW 0521 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20883) HUMAN BEHAV. & SOC /02 12/17 Mon 7:15 9 p.m. MOD 105 Z. Abukari ENVIRON. I SOCW 0521 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20884) DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCW 0523 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20885) DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCW 0523 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (21545) DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCW 0523 (Brick-and-Click course) /02 12/17 Thu 7:15 10 p.m. MOD 105 M. Farina de Parada /02 12/17 Thu 7:15 10 p.m. MOD 106 J. Mildred /02 12/17 Thu 7:15 9 p.m. WILSN 207 SOCW (20886) GENERALIST PRACTICE I /02 12/17 Mon 5:15 7 p.m. MOD 106 T. Haven SOCW 0541 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20887) GENERALIST PRACTICE I /02 12/17 Mon 7:15 9 p.m. MOD 106 R. Kersting SOCW 0541 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20888) FOUNDATION /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. MOD 105 T. Haven PRACTICUM I SOCW 0561 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20889) FOUNDATION /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. MOD 106 J. Mildred PRACTICUM I SOCW 0561 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20890) FOUNDATION /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. WILSN K. Monson PRACTICUM I 314 SOCW 0561 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20891) FOUNDATION PRACTICUM I SOCW 0561 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20892) MENTAL HEALTH AND CHILDREN SOCW 0621 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20893) MENTAL HEALTH AND CHILDREN SOCW 0621 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20894) MENTAL HEALTH AND CHILDREN SOCW 0621 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20895) ADV. PRACTICE WITH FAMILIES SOCW 0643 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (20896) ADV. PRACTICE WITH FAMILIES SOCW 0643 (Brick-and-Click course) /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Mon 5:15 7 p.m. BATES /02-12/17 Mon 7:15 9 p.m. BATES /02-12/17 Mon 7:15 9 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. WILSN /02 12/17 Thu 7:15 9 p.m. WILSN 316 C. Chandler M. Horwitz M. Horwitz L. Sibley- Schwartz Instructions for logging into online classes can be found on page 25.
10 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION SOCW (20897) ADV. PRACTICE WITH FAMILIES SOCW 0643 (Brick-and-Click course) /02 12/17 Thu 7:15 9 p.m. WILSN 317 SOCW (20898) SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. WILSN 319 SOCW 0651 (Brick-and-Click course) SOCW (21709) ADV. PRACTICE WITH CHILDREN/YOUTH SOCW 0641 (Brick-and-Click course) /02 12/17 Mon 5:15 7 p.m. WILSN 316 S. Dunn S. Jackson S. Fakunmoju SOCW (20900) ADVANCED PRACTICUM I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE K. Walsh SOCW (20901) ADVANCED PRACTICUM I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE S. Fakunmoju SOCW (20902) ADVANCED PRACTICUM I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Horwitz SOCW (20903) ADVANCED PRACTICUM I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Farina de Parada SOCW (20904) ADVANCED PRACTICUM I /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Horwitz SOCW (21546) ST: GROUP TREATMENT /02 12/17 Mon 5:15 7 p.m. WILSN K. Walsh 314 SOCW (21547) ST: HEALTH AND AGING /02 12/17 Mon 7:15 9 p.m. WILSN K. Walsh 314 SOCW (20905) ST: TRAUMA IN THE /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE M. Horwitz PUBLIC SECTOR SOCW (20906) ST: SUPERVISION /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. Kersting AND ADMIN SOCW (20907) ST: INTEG. HEALTH PRIMARY CARE /02 12/17 Thu 5:15 7 p.m. C. Owens SOCIOLOGY SOCI (21291) PRIN OF SOCIOLOGY SOCU /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE L. Zayac SOCI (21288) SOCIAL INEQUALITY PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE G. Aquino SOCI (21283) COMPLEX PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE N. Mangaliso ORGANIZATIONS SOCI (21290) SOCIOLOGY OF AGING PR /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE T. Smith WORLD LANGUAGE STUDIES LASL (21405) LLIT (20256) LLIT (20255) AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I WOMEN WRITERS OF AMERICAS: US STUDIES EURO CULTURE: HOLOCAUST LPA/ UDIV GDIV/ LPA LSPA (20257) LITERATURA PUERTORRIQUENA LSPA This course begins Sep 2 and ends Oct /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE L. Stephen /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE E. Morales-Diaz /02 12/17 ONLINE ONLINE R. Sternberg /02 10/21 Mon/ Wed p.m. BATES 123 E. Morales-Diaz 2015 NON-CREDIT COURSES ADDITIONAL COURSES MAY BE AVAILABLE ONLINE. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION. COURSE LISTING 2015 Non-Credit COURSE (CRN) TITLE DATE(S) DAY(S) TIME COST Paralegal Certificate and Legal Studies Courses August 24 October 9 Online Online $ $ LSAT Prep Course (Live Online) August 27 September 29 Tues/Thurs 7 10 p.m. $849.00* CMED N EMT Basic September 2 December 14 Mon/Wed 6:30 10:30 p.m. $ CMED N Class also meets on the following Saturdays from 9 a.m. 5 p.m.: September 12 & December 5, 2015 CMED N Human Resource Certification Preparation (CP/SCP) September 10 December 10 Thursday 5:30 8:30 p.m. $1, GRE Strategy Workshop September 17 Thurs 6 7 p.m. Free LSAT Strategy Workshop September 17 Thurs 7:30 8:30 p.m. Free GMAT Prep Course (Live Online) September 17 October 13 Tues/Thurs 7 10 p.m. $849.00* GRE Prep Course (Live Online) September 23 October 21 Mon/Wed 7 10 p.m. $749.00* Paralegal Certificate and Legal Studies Courses October 19 December 4 Online Online $ $ LSAT Prep Course (Live Online) October 27 December 1 Tues/Thurs 7 10 p.m. $849.00* GRE Prep Course (Live Online) October 27 November 19 Tues/Thurs 7 10 p.m. $749.00* GMAT Prep Course (Live Online) November 4 December 2 Mon/Wed 7 10 p.m. $849.00* CMED N MTEL Preparation - Communication and Literacy November 16 December 16 Monday/Wed 4:30 6:30 p.m. $ CMED N MTEL Preparation - Reading Only November 16 November 30 Monday/Wed 4:30 6:30 p.m. $ CMED N MTEL Preparation - Writing Only December 2 December 16 Mon/Wed 4:30 6:30 p.m. $ *Early registration discount may apply. Call (413) or see websites for dates. To register, please fill out the non-credit registration form on page 19 or contact the non-credit office at (413) , T.D.D. (413) , or Course descriptions, additional information, and non-credit course policies are available online at: westfield.ma.edu Instructions for logging into online classes can be found on page 25.
11 ONLINE LEARNING (NON-CREDIT) Westfield State University, in collaboration with ed2go, offers an extensive portfolio of online courses. ed2go is one of the few online learning programs that offer instructor-facilitated courses. Instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. Westfield State University s online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end) and are available every month. They are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night. ed2go ONLINE COURSES SAMPLE OF ONLINE COURSES: Accounting Fundamentals Creating Web Pages Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Speed Spanish Project Management Fundamentals Grammar Refresher SAMPLE OF ONLINE PROGRAMS: Building Analyst Quick Start Program (BPI BA Certification) 60 hrs Medical Transcription 240 hrs Travel Agent Training 200 hrs Non-Profit Management 300 hours Principles of Green Buildings 30 hours Clinical Dental Assistant 240 hours FOR A COMPLETE COURSE LISTING, PLEASE VISIT Non-Credit Registration at Westfield State University 577 Western Avenue, Westfield, MA Phone: (413) Fax: (413) This registration form may be mailed, faxed, or dropped off to the Division of Graduate & Continuing Education office in the Horace Mann Center at Westfield State University. Semester: PLEASE PRINT Today s Date: Name SSN or WSU ID: Last First M. I. (REQUIRED) Address Home Phone ( ) City/State/Zip Cell Phone ( ) Address Date of Birth: Gender: Male Female Are you a current/past WSU student? Yes No Emergency Contact: Name Relationship Phone Number Course No. (CRN) Course Title Dates Times Total NON-CREDIT COURSE OFFERINGS Dates: August 3 6, 2015 Time: 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Cost: $499 Note: Westfield State University reserves the right to cancel, combine, or divide classes: to change the time, date or place of meeting; and, to other revisions of these courses. Total: Westfield State University s Test Prep SAT Summer Institute offers comprehensive information in a convenient format. The SAT Summer Institute is an intensive test prep program that provides students with the tools they need to prepare for, and ace, the SAT. The condensed one week format is a convenient way for students to develop essential test taking tools. Students are provided with an in-depth review of the exam materials, insight into strategies for succeeding on standardized tests, and a comprehensive study plan. Quantitative topics include: Techniques for picking numbers for problems containing variables Approaches to complicated geometry problems that involve more than one figure Tactics for translating difficult word problems into equations Verbal topics include: Spotting correct idiomatic speech in sentence correction problems Recognizing key similarity and contrast indicators in sentence completion items Knowing which parts of the passage to read for reading comprehension questions General topics include: Utilizing the process of elimination Mastering time management skills Minimizing test anxiety Identifying common distractors How did you hear about us? METHOD OF PAYMENT (CASH IS NOT ACCEPTED) (PAYMENT IS DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION) Check # (Checks are payable to Westfield State University) MasterCard Visa Discover AMEX Billing Zip Code CVV# (AMEX - 4 digits on front) Card Number Expiration Date: Name on Card/Signature Date Payment is not accepted via fax or westfield.ma.edu
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15 WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY FALL SESSION 2015 GRADUATE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION COMMON CORE OF STUDIES The Common Core of Studies is divided into 5 sections (Humanities, Social Science, Mathematics/Applied Analytical Reasoning, Science, and Diversity) each having its own sub-categories. HUMANITIES SECTION (18 CREDITS, 6 FROM EACH AREA): ENGLISH COMPOSITION (6 CREDITS) [CMP] ENGL 0101 & 0102 English Composition I and II ENGL 0105 & 0110 English Composition I and II (HNRS) LITERARY & PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS (6 CREDITS) [LPA] EDUC 0207 Philosophy of Education EGST 0210 US Latino/a Literatures EGST 0232 Puerto Rican Literature ENGL 0210 British Literature to 1603 ENGL 0211 British Literature ENGL 0212 British Lit from 1780 to the Present ENGL 0213 Introduction to British Literature ENGL 0215 Introduction to American Literature ENGL 0216 American Literature to 1865 ENGL 0217 American Literature since 1865 ENGL 0221 World Literature I ENGL 0222 World Literature II ENGL 0228 Introduction to Shakespeare LFRE 0201 Reading French Texts LLIT 0201 Women Writers of Americas: Global LLIT 0202 Women Writers of Americas: US LLIT 0210 Studies in Literature of Africa LLIT 0220 Studies in European Cultures LLIT 0310 Studies in Hispanic Civilization LSPA 0201 Reading Spanish Texts MATH 0216 Studies in Literature of Mathematics PHIL 0101 Intro to Social & Political Philosophy PHIL 0102 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 0104 Great Philosophical Issues PHIL 0109 Intro to Philosophy of Religion PHIL 0110 Intro to Philosophy of Science PHIL 0211 Asian Philosophy THEA 0260 Script Analysis & Interpretation APPRECIATION OF THE ARTS (6 CREDITS) [AAPP] ART 0104 Design Fundamentals ART 0106 Art Survey: Prehistoric to Middle Ages ART 0107 Art Survey: Renaissance to Present ART 0108 Intro to Computer Graphics ART 0206 Intro. To Elec. Publication Design ART 0354 Women Artists of Western World COMM 0245 The Silent Film ENGL 0240 Cultural Studies ENGL/COMM 0108 Introduction to Film MUSC 0101 Music Appreciation MUSC 0103 Music Appreciation (Major/Minor) MUSC 0104 World Music MUSC 0110 Basic Music Theory MUSC 0160 History of Jazz THEA 0104 Introduction to Theatre THEA 0121 Acting Styles and Periods THEA 0151 Introduction to Performance THEA 0261 Theatre History: Early Stages THEA 0262 Theatre History: Renaissance to Romanticis THEA 0263 Theatre History: The Modern Stage SOCIAL SCIENCE SECTION (12 CREDITS REQUIRED; AT LEAST 3 CREDITS MUST BE FROM THE U. S. HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT AREA): U. S. HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT (AT LEAST 3 CREDITS) [HSGV] HIST 0131 U.S. History and Gov t to 1865 HIST 0132 U.S. History & Gov t, 1865 Present POLS 0101 American National Government POLS 0103 State and Local Government SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING (MAXIMUM 9 CREDITS) [SOCU] CAIS 0101 Computers and Society COMM 0101 Introduction to Mass Communication CRJU 0101 Introduction to Criminal Justice ECON 0101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 0102 Principles of Microeconomics EDUC 0220 Schools in American Culture EGST 0208 Hip Hop Cultures EGST 0209 Images of Black and Brown COMM 0233 Documentary Film EGST 0235 Queer Studies & Pop Cultures EGST 0237 U.S. Latino/a Disporic Comm. GARP 0101 World Regional Geography GARP 0105 Introduction to Community Planning HIST 0101 Western Experience I HIST 0102 Western Experience II HIST 0276 Latin America to 1800 HIST 0277 Latin America since 1800 LANG 0210 Language, Culture & Society LCUL 0220 Envisioning the Americas POLS 0105 Law, Courts, and Politics POLS 0209 International Relations PSYC 0101 Introduction to Psychology SOCI 0101 Principles of Sociology MATHEMATICS/APPLIED ANALYTICAL REASONING SECTION (6 CREDITS REQUIRED; 3 CREDITS MUST BE FROM THE TRADITIONAL MATHEMATICS AREA): TRADITIONAL MATHEMATICS (AT LEAST 3 CREDITS) [TMTH] MATH 0104 Pre-calculus MATH 0105 Calculus I MATH 0106 Calculus II MATH 0108 Elementary Statistics MATH 0110 Mathematical Explorations MATH 0111 Mathematical Applications MATH 0115 Math for Business & Social Sciences MATH 0153 Foundations: Number Systems MATH 0250 Foundations: Patterns, Reasoning and Algebra MATH 0251 Foundations: Geometry MATH 0252 Foundations: Probability & Statistics APPLIED ANALYTICAL REASONING [ARSN] BIOL 0123 Math Methods in Natural Sciences CAIS 0117 Intro Computer Programming: BASIC CAIS 0120 Computer Science Program Design CRJU 0313 Quantitative Methods in Criminal Justice ECON 0204 Intro to Mathematical Economics ECON 0305 Introduction to Econometric Methods GARP 0346 Quantitative Methods PHIL 0103 Symbolic Logic I PHIL 0206 Symbolic Logic II SCIENCE SECTION (7 CREDITS; 4 MUST BE A LAB. SCIENCE): LABORATORY SCIENCE (AT LEAST 4 CREDITS) [LSCI] BIOL 0102 Environmental Biology BIOL 0104 Human Biology BIOL 0106 Biology Today BIOL 0237 Human Anatomy and Physiology I CHEM 0101 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM 0103 Chemistry of the Life Sciences CHEM 0109 General Chemistry I CHEM 0111 General Chemistry II GARP 0102 Physical Geography GEOL 0101 Physical Geology GNSC 0101 Physical Science PHSC 0101 Introduction to Physics PHSC 0115 General Physics I PHSC 0117 General Physics II PHSC 0125 Physics I PHSC 0127 Physics II ALLIED SCIENCE [ASCI] ASTR 0101 Astronomy ASTR 0105 The Solar System ASTR 0121 Life in the Universe ENVS 0101 Princ. of Environmental Sci GARP 0110 Science for Future Presidents GARP 0206 Climate Change GEOL 0102 Physical Geology (no laboratory) GEOL 0106 Historical Geology GEOL 0108 General Oceanography GEOL 0109 Oceanography in the Field GEOL 0124 Geological Hazards GEOL 0211 Geology in Filed: Selected Location MOVP 0100 Introduction to Exercise Science PHSC 0103 Energy, Environment and Society DIVERSITY SECTION (6 CREDITS, 3 CREDITS FROM EACH AREA) GLOBAL DIVERSITY [GDIV] ART 0333 Early 20th Century Art ART 0357 Islamic Art COMM 0213 Global Film Studies COMM 0222 Intercultural Communication COMM 0306 International Communication EGST 0102 Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies EGST 0206 Intro to Islamic Studies EGST 0211 Indian Cinema: Gender and Identity EGST 0213 Contemporary Issues in Islamic Studies EGST 0217 Culture and Personality ENGL 0221 World Literature I ENGL 0222 World Literature II ENGL 0224 World Ethnic Literature ENGL 0287 World Drama ENGL 0326 Women Writers ENGL 0327 Contemporary Cross-Cultural Lit GARP 0210 Cultural Geography HIST 0215 Intro to Middle East, Africa & Asia HIST 0276 Latin America to 1800 HIST 0277 Latin America Since 1800 LACS 0101 Intro to Latin Amer. And Caribbean Studies LARA 0102 Arabic II LARA 0103 Arabic III LARA 0104 Arabic IV LCHI 0102 Chinese II LCHI 0103 Chinese III LCHI 0104 LCUL 0201 LCUL 0220 LFRE 0102 LFRE 0103 LFRE 0104 LFRE 0201 LFRE 0205 LFRE 0305 LLIT 0201 LLIT 0210 LLIT 0220 LLIT 0310 LSPA 0102 LSPA 0103 LSPA 0104 LSPA 0201 LSPA 0215 LSPA 0315 MGMT 0338 MUSC 0104 PHIL 0217 POLS 0110 POLS 0209 SOCI 0326 Chinese IV Women in the Hispanic World Envisioning the Americas French II French III French IV Reading French Texts Speaking & Writing French: Intermediate Speaking & Writing French: Advanced Women Writers of Americas: Global Studies in Literature of Africa Studies in European Cultures Seminar in Hispanic Civilization Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV Reading Spanish Texts Speaking &Writing Spanish: Intermediate Speaking &Writing Spanish: Advanced International Business World Music Political Philosophy and Film Introduction to Asian Studies International Relations The Global Experience UNITED STATES DIVERSITY [UDIV] ART 0358 African American Art COMM 0212 Film and Gender CRJU 0312 Women in the Crim Justice System ECON 0304 Urban Economics EDUC 0380 Multicultural Education EGST 0101 Intro to Comparative Ethnic Studies EGST 0203 Intro to African American Experience EGST 0204 Intro to Latino/a Studies EGST 0205 Intro to GLBT Studies EGST 0208 Hip Hop Cultures EGST 0209 Images of Black and Brown EGST 0212 Intro to Asian Amer. Studies EGST 0216 Deviance and Culture EGST 0220 Religion, Gender and Society EGST 0221 Women in Modern Organizations EGST 0232 Puerto Rican Literature EGST 0237 U.S. Latino/a Diasporic Comm. ENGL 0240 Cultural Studies ENGL 0324 Black American Literature ENGL 0328 Ethnic Literature of the U.S. GARP 0204 Housing in America HIST 0263 U.S. Women s History HIST 0264 African American History HIST 0265 The Minority Experience HIST 0275 African-Amer Hist/Civil Rights since 1865 LANG 0210 Language, Culture & Society LCUL 0210 Hispanic Cultures in the U. S. LLIT 0202 Women Writers of the Americas: U.S. MOVP 0325 Women and Sport MUSC 0160 History of Jazz SOCI 0202 Race and Ethnic Relations SOCI 0319 Sociology of Sexualities
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