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1 DIVISION OF CONTINUING ADULT AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES The Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS) offers degree completion programs in seminar, online, and/or blended formats. These degree completion program options are described in the following section. Accelerated Associate Degree Completion Program in Liberal Studies The Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies offers an accelerated associate degree completion program in Liberal Studies for the adult learner. History The Liberal Studies Accelerated Associate Degree Program at Neumann University has been serving adult students in the Delaware Valley since The program is designed to provide adult learners who may have earned some previous college credits, or who did not attend college after high school, with the opportunity to complete the Associate of Arts degree. The uniqueness of this educational opportunity is found in the program s 6-credit seminar courses, which enable working adult students to attend classes in the evening, online, and/or in a hybrid format. These seminars blend learning approaches, thereby allowing students to learn theoretical material and apply that theory through the development of Experiential Learning Projects (ELPs). Often projects can be developed that are helpful to students at their place of employment or with their personal or career goals. Students may attend classes on either a part-time (1 11 credits) or fulltime (12 19 credits) basis. Liberal Studies courses are available in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Students may choose to work toward an Associate of Arts degree either as a terminal degree, or to design their course work in such a way that courses for the Associate of Arts degree fully articulate with the requirements for either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Studies. An additional 60 credits are required beyond the Associate of Arts to complete the bachelor s degree. this catalog and upon completion of all degree requirements, graduates of the Liberal Studies Associate Degree Program will be able to: Utilize writing skills developed through written assignments in a variety of disciplines as well as in work and life situations. Use oral communication effectively in daily living. Think critically and creatively about problem solving. Combine life and classroom experiences in seeking new career directions. Assume responsibility for continuing a lifetime of learning. View the diversity of cultures and peoples in the world through many perspectives. Initiate, design, and complete research papers. Develop Experiential Learning Projects which complement seminar subjects. Apply the body of knowledge learned in a selected area of concentration to work environments and life situations. Any student 21 years or older who has either completed high school or earned a GED may apply to the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program. Application procedures are detailed in the Admissions Information section of this catalog. Students in the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to progress through the program. The Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program offers many additional options for acceleration in addition to the 6-credit seminars. These options include: Credit for course work completed through the Department of Defense/DANTES or Independent Study. For additional information about any of the above options, please consult the appropriate section of this catalog or contact the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program Office at Tuition for all six-credit seminar courses is calculated on a per-credit basis. For additional For the Associate of Arts: A minimum of 60 credits in Liberal Studies with a 2.00 minimum cumulative GPA. Liberal Studies Accelerated Associate Degree Program Core Curriculum* In preparation for the writing and research requirements of all 6-credit seminars, LSENG 190 and LSLIT 110, or their equivalent, must be taken prior to registering for any other 6- credit seminar. Core Course Requirements LSENG 190 Research Techniques...6 LSLIT 110 Literature and the Adult Experience...6 LSMAT 200 Contemporary Mathematics

2 LSREL 200 Ideals in Conflict...6 LSSCI 200 Science and Society...6 One of the following courses for the A.A...6 LSANT 200 Anthropology and Contemporary Human Problems LSPSY 200 Introduction to Psychology LSSOC 200 Dynamics of Social Change One of the following courses for the A.A...6 LSHST XXX History LSHUM 200 Human Potential and the Arts TOTAL CORE CREDITS FOR THE A.A Self-Designed Options* Students may self-design the remaining 18 credits. TOTAL SELF-DESIGNED CREDITS FOR THE A.A...18 TOTAL MINIMUM A.A. CREDITS UPON GRADUATION...60 * Transfer credit in related disciplines and documented prior learning may be evaluated to satisfy either specific course and/or Self-Designed requirements. Associate of Arts, Early Childhood Education (A.A., ECE) This collaborative Associate of Arts Accelerated Degree Program, jointly sponsored by the Divisions of Education and Human Services and the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies and offered through the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies, utilizes selected Core Course requirements of the Liberal Studies Accelerated Associate Degree Program in conjunction with specified accelerated 6-credit courses in Early Childhood Education to satisfy both Core and elective requirements to complete an Associate of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education. This program also utilizes the current adult Experiential Learning Project model of the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program in which students apply what is learned in a classroom environment to a real-world project of their choice. This practical application of knowledge provides evidence of understanding related to course and program outcomes. Each course throughout this program integrates this Experiential Learning Project as part of a student s overall learning experiences. Upon completion of the Associate of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education, the student may select a baccalaureate degree completion option in either the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies or a baccalaureate degree in Early Elementary (PK-4) and Special Education (PK-8), offered through the Division of Education and Human Services. Academic advising would be handled according to the degree/division of student s choice. Any student 21 years or older who has either completed high school, or earned a GED and otherwise meets the current admissions requirements for the Liberal Studies Degree Program, may apply to the Associate of Arts in Early Childhood Education (A.A., ECE). Application procedures are detailed in the Admissions Information section of this catalog. Cost Current tuition rates apply, as outlined in the Tuition and Expenses section of this catalog. Required Courses The following ten required course requirements that are listed below are currently offered and approved by both the Division of Education and Human Services and the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies. Courses that are identified with a (+) are part of the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program Core Curriculum. The Early Childhood Education segment of the curriculum (LSECE) has been approved by Neumann University s Division of Education and Human Services to meet the Associate of Art s program requirements, as well as all learning outcomes specified by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE). LSLIT Literature and the Adult Experience*...6 LSENG Research Techniques*...6 LSMAT Contemporary Mathematics...6 LSSCI Science and Society...6 LSREL Ideals in Conflict...6 LSECE 200 Child Development and Cognition: Prenatal to Age 9..6 (Satisfies the Associate of Art s Psychology Core Course Requirement) LSECE 201 Engaging Young Children in the Learning Process: Integrating Curriculum, Instruction and the Arts...6 (Satisfies the Associate of Art s Humanities Core Course Requirement) LSECE 302 Math and Reading Methods...6 LSECE 312 Social Studies and Science Methods...6 LSECE 400 Communication, Family Collaboration and Community Relationships...6 * In preparation for the writing and research requirements of all 6-credit seminars, LSENG 190 and LSLIT 110, or their equivalent, must be taken prior to registering for any other 6-credit seminar. TOTAL MINIMUM A.A. CREDITS UPON GRADUATION...60 Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Completion Programs The Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies offers the following accelerated baccalaureate degree completion programs for the adult learner: Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies Behavioral Science

3 Bachelor of Science Liberal Studies Organizational Leadership Professional Studies The accelerated baccalaureate degree programs in Liberal Studies, Behavioral Science, and Organizational Leadership require that students successfully complete the Liberal Studies Core Curriculum (60 credits), specified 6-credit seminar course requirements that are unique to each discipline, as well as any designated major course requirements and/or General Elective credits. The Professional Studies baccalaureate program option adheres to different admissions criteria, as well as a specified 3-credit seminar course format. The accelerated baccalaureate degree programs that are described below may not fulfill specific entrance requirements for graduate-level study. Adult learners who intend to pursue a graduate degree should identify, as applicable, an intended graduate school s specific admissions and/or curricular requirements so that appropriate foundational and/or transfer equivalencies can be determined. Liberal Studies Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program The Liberal Studies Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program at Neumann University has been serving adult students in the Delaware Valley since The program is designed to provide adult learners who may have earned some previous college credits, or who did not attend college after high school, the opportunity to complete the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. The uniqueness of this educational opportunity is found in the program s 6-credit seminar courses, which enable working adult students to attend classes in the evening, online, and/or in a hybrid format. These seminars blend learning approaches, thereby allowing students to learn theoretical material and apply that theory through the development of Experiential Learning Projects (ELPs). Often projects can be developed that are helpful to students at their place of employment or with their personal or career goals. Students may attend classes on either a parttime (1 11 credits) or full-time (12 19 credits) basis. Liberal Studies courses are available in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. this catalog and upon completion of all degree requirements, graduates of the Liberal Studies Baccalaureate Degree Program will be able to: Utilize writing skills developed through written assignments in a variety of disciplines as well as in work and life situations. Use oral communication effectively in daily living. Think critically and creatively about problem solving. Combine life and classroom experiences in seeking new career directions. Assume responsibility for continuing a lifetime of learning. View the diversity of cultures and peoples in the world through many perspectives. Initiate, design, and complete research papers. Develop Experiential Learning Projects which complement seminar subjects. Apply the body of knowledge learned in a selected area of concentration to work environments and life situations. Any student 21 years or older who has either completed high school, or earned a GED, may apply to the Liberal Studies Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program. Application procedures are detailed in the Admissions Information section of this catalog. Students in the Liberal Studies Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to progress through the program. The Liberal Studies Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program offers many additional options for acceleration in addition to the 6-credit seminars. These options include:

4 Credit for course work completed through the Department of Defense/DANTES, or Independent Study Projects. For additional information about any of the above options, please consult the appropriate section of this catalog; or contact the Continuing Adult and Professional Studies Office at Tuition for all 6-credit seminar courses is calculated on a per-credit basis. For additional For the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science: A minimum of 120 credits in Liberal Studies with a 2.00 minimum cumulative GPA. Liberal Studies Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program Core Curriculum* In preparation for the writing and research requirements of all 6-credit seminars, LSENG 190 and LSLIT 110, or their equivalent, must be taken prior to registering for any other 6-credit seminar. Core Course Requirements LSENG 190 Research Techniques...6 LSLIT 110 Literature and the Adult Experience...6 LSMAT 200 Contemporary Mathematics...6 LSSCI 200 Science and Society...6 LSREL 200 Ideals in Conflict...6 LSHST XXX History...6 LSHUM 200 Human Potential and the Arts...6 LSHUM Foreign Language and Culture...6 LSINT 490 Themes in Interdisciplinary Study...6 One of the following courses for the B.A./B.S....6 LSANT 200 Anthropology and Contemporary Human Problems LSPSY 200 Introduction to Psychology LSSOC 200 Dynamics of Social Change TOTAL CORE CREDITS FOR THE B.A./B.S Self-Designed Options* Students may self-design the remaining 60 credits or select one or more concentrations. Concentrations may only be selected by those students who are pursuing either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. * Transfer credit in related disciplines and documented prior learning may be evaluated to satisfy either specific course and/or Self-Designed requirements. TOTAL SELF-DESIGNED CREDITS FOR THE B.A/B.S TOTAL MINIMUM B.A./B.S. CREDITS UPON GRADUATION Academic Concentrations and Certificate Programs Academic concentrations are available with either the B.A. or B.S. degrees in Liberal Studies, and consist of five 6-credit seminar courses which total 30 credits. The first of these five courses is an introduction to the specific discipline, and the last is a capstone course which provides current information about the discipline. Three other courses dealing with discipline-specific topics complete the concentration. These academic concentrations may also be taken as Certificate Programs, independent of an actual baccalaureate degree. The curricular requirements for the academic concentrations listed below are presented in their required sequence. All requirements for any academic concentration or Certificate in the Liberal Studies Accelerated Degree Program must be completed with a grade of C or better; and a minimum 50% of all required credits must be earned at Neumann University. In addition, the student must also maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 as well as secure the approval of the Dean. For additional information, please refer to the Certificate Programs section of this catalog for admission criteria and to the Course Descriptions section for prerequisite information. Business Administration Requirements LSBUS 200 Introduction to Business Administration...6 LSBUS 220 Introduction to Human Resource Management...6 LSBUS 240 Legal Environment of Business...6 LSBUS 260 Accounting Principles and Practices...6 LSBUS 300 Current Issues in Business Administration...6 Criminal Justice Requirements LSCJ 200 LSCJ 220 LSCJ 240 Total...30 Ethics and Franciscan Dimensions of Peace and Justice...6 Judicial Process and the Law...6 White Collar and Organized Crime

5 LSCJ 260 Corrections and Rehabilitation...6 LSCJ 300 Victimology and the Psychology of Crime...6 Total...30 Behavioral Science Accelerated Degree Program The Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science Accelerated Degree Program provides a foundation in the study of psychology and the behavioral sciences. An integral component of this degree program requires students to utilize resources from related professional environments in order to complete in-depth Experiential Learning Projects (ELPs) that focus on the applications of psychology and human development, as well as communication and counseling. this catalog as well as the outcomes of the Liberal Studies Degree Program core requirements, students will be able to: Define and provide examples of terminology in psychology and related disciplines. Articulate theories of practice in psychology and related disciplines. Describe and compare various theoretical perspectives of psychopathology. Articulate the process of human growth and development. Apply knowledge and theories of psychology to real-life situations. Demonstrate communication skills in group and interpersonal settings. Identify and discuss the impact that current societal, economic, and global events have on the field of behavioral science. Any student 21 years or older who has either completed high school, or earned a GED, may apply to the Behavioral Science Accelerated Degree Program. Application procedures are detailed in the Admissions Information section of this catalog. Students in the Behavioral Science Accelerated Degree Program must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to progress through the program. The Behavioral Science Accelerated Degree Program offers many additional options for acceleration in addition to the 6-credit seminars. These options include: Credit for course work completed through the Department of Defense/DANTES, or Independent Study Projects. For additional information about any of the above options, please consult the appropriate section of this catalog; or contact the Continuing Adult and Professional Studies Office at Tuition for all 6-credit seminar courses is calculated on a per-credit basis. For additional For the Bachelor of Arts: A minimum of 120 credits in Behavioral Science with a 2.00 minimum cumulative GPA. Behavioral Science Course Requirements (in addition to the Liberal Studies Core Curriculum)* Major Course Requirements LSPSY 200 Introduction to Psychology...6 LSPSY 220 Human Development...6 LSPSY 240 Psychopathology, Diagnosis, and Remediation...6 LSPSY 245 Interpersonal and Group Processes...6 LSPSY 260 Topics in Clinical Counseling...6 LSPSY 300 Current Issues in Psychology...6 LSPSY 346 Theories of Personality Development...6 TOTAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE REQUIRED CREDITS...42 TOTAL LIBERAL STUDIES CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS...60 TOTAL SELF-DESIGNED CREDITS*...18 (Students may self-design the remaining 18 credits.) * Transfer credit in related disciplines and documented prior learning may be evaluated to satisfy either specific course and/or Self-Designed requirements. TOTAL MINIMUM B.A. CREDITS UPON GRADUATION Organizational Leadership Accelerated Degree Program The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership Accelerated Degree Program provides a foundational knowledge of a business environment with specific emphasis on leadership roles, as well as the skills and challenges that are inherent in any organizational

6 structure. The curriculum in this degree program enables the student to better understand how organizations develop, to better articulate their own roles and responsibilities within an organizational construct, and to effectively address real-world business and leadership challenges in their current places of employment. As part of this program, students are required to complete in-depth Experiential Learning Projects (ELPs) that emphasize a variety of business and organizational leadership applications as well as either newly identified career alternatives in business or other specific work-related projects. this catalog as well as the outcomes of the Liberal Studies Degree Program core requirements, students will be able to: Identify and articulate theories of business, management, and leadership through a variety of case studies. Discuss how businesses operate from multiple perspectives, such as human resources, legal, and global. Apply theories of business, management, and leadership to real-world situations. Apply accounting principles to current business practices. Describe laws and their implications that impact current business practices. Articulate an understanding of current global issues in business organizations. Demonstrate communication skills in group and interpersonal settings. Define effective leadership by demonstrating the skills, knowledge, and competencies of effective leadership. Any student 21 years or older who has either completed high school, or earned a GED, may apply to the Organizational Leadership Accelerated Degree Program. Application procedures are detailed in the Admissions Information section of this catalog. Students in the Organizational Leadership Accelerated Degree Program must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 to progress through the program. The Organizational Leadership Accelerated Degree Program offers many additional options for acceleration in addition to the 6-credit seminars. These options include: Credit for course work completed through the Department of Defense/DANTES, or Independent Study Projects. For additional information about any of the above options, please consult the appropriate section of this catalog; or contact the Continuing Adult and Professional Studies Office at Tuition for all 6-credit seminar courses is calculated on a per-credit basis. For additional For the Bachelor of Science: A minimum of 120 credits in Organizational Leadership with a 2.00 minimum cumulative GPA. Organizational Leadership Course Requirements (in addition to the Liberal Studies Core Curriculum)* Major Course Requirements LSBUS 200 Introduction to Business Administration...6 LSBUS 220 Introduction to Human Resource Management...6 LSBUS 240 Legal Environment of Business...6 LSBUS 260 Accounting Principles and Practices...6 LSBUS 300 Current Issues in Business Administration...6 LSMGT 365 International Management and Leadership...6 LSPSY 245 Interpersonal and Group Processes...6 TOTAL ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP REQUIRED CREDITS...42 TOTAL LIBERAL STUDIES CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS...60 TOTAL SELF-DESIGNED CREDITS*...18 (Students may self-design the remaining 18 credits.) * Transfer credit in related disciplines and documented prior learning may be evaluated to satisfy either specific course and/or Self-Designed requirements. TOTAL MINIMUM B.S. CREDITS UPON GRADUATION Professional Studies Accelerated Degree Program The Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies Accelerated Degree Program at Neumann University is designed to provide adult learners, who may have earned previous college credits, with the opportunity to complete the Bachelor of Science degree. With this program, students develop, enrich, and improve critical competencies sought by today s organizations while moving through an accelerated format. The Program is offered in week seminars, with opportunities to take classes online or in the evening with online enhancement. Students learn how to apply their learning experience to the work environment, while improving their writing, critical thinking, and communication skills. The uniqueness of this degree completion program is the accelerated

7 format that utilizes Experiential Learning Projects (ELPs) that blend theory and practice. ELPs can be professional initiatives that enable students to further research and develop projects from places of employment, as a return on investment (ROI) for employers. this catalog, and upon completion of all degree requirements, graduates of the Professional Studies Degree Program will be able to: Think critically and creatively in organizational problem solving. Demonstrate effective presentational skills to enhance personal and organization communications. Understand, articulate, and develop the key functions and competencies to be effective in today s workforce. Utilize effective writing skills to enhance personal and organizational communications. View the diversity of world cultures and peoples through multiple perspectives. Optimize position in the work force. Any student 19 years of age or older who has either completed high school, or earned a GED, and completed a minimum 30 credits of college course work at a regionally accredited, degreegranting institution, including English Composition I and II, may apply to the Professional Studies Accelerated Degree Program. Application procedures are detailed in the Admissions Information section of this catalog. Students in the Professional Studies Accelerated Degree Program must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 in order to progress through the program. Division Repeat Policy Course requirements can only be repeated once. Failure to earn a grade of C or better for repeated requirements will result in dismissal from the program. The Professional Studies Accelerated Degree Program offers many additional options for acceleration in addition to its week seminars. These options include: Credit for course work completed through the Department of Defense/DANTES, or Independent Study. For additional information about any of the above options, please consult the appropriate section of this catalog; or contact an Academic Advisor in the Continuing Adult and Professional Studies Office at Tuition for all 3-credit seminar courses is calculated on a per-credit basis. For additional For the Bachelor of Science: A minimum of 120 credits in Professional Studies with a 2.00 minimum cumulative GPA

8 Professional Studies Course Requirements In preparation for the writing requirements of all Professional Studies 3-credit seminars, a minimum of 30 transfer credits with English Composition I and English Composition II, or their equivalents, must be completed prior to registering for any Professional Studies course. Students who have earned a minimum of 30 credits prior to enrollment must complete the Professional Studies foundations sequence (30 ), the major course sequence (30 credits), and a series of electives, enrichment courses, or course equivalencies, such as assessed prior learning (for a total of 30 credits) as part of their Self-Designed program of study, as determined in consultation with their advisor. Students who have earned a minimum of 60 credits prior to enrollment must complete the major course sequence (30 credits) and a series of electives, enrichment courses, or course equivalencies, such as assessed prior learning (for a total of 30 credits) as part of their Self- Designed program of study, as determined in consultation with their advisor. Students who have earned a minimum of 90 credits prior to enrollment must complete the major core sequence (30 credits) and, in some cases, additional coursework as determined in consultation with their advisor. Professional Studies Foundations Sequence Course Requirements PSBUS 120 Professional Business Etiquette...3 PSBUS 230 Social and Ethical Responsibility in Organizations...3 PSBUS 240 Managing Change...3 PSBUS 250 Cross Cultural Communication in Organizations...3 PSBUS 260 Creativity and Innovation...3 PSBUS 400 Professional Case Study...3 PSCA 100 Research and Writing for the Professions...3 PSCA 200 Effective Communication...3 PSCA 220 Presentational Speaking...3 PSTHE 270 Interreligious Dialogue and Organizational Dynamics...3 Total...30 TOTAL REQUIRED CORE CREDITS FOR THE B.S After the first 30 course requirements are satisfied, students may begin the next 30 credit course sequence in the major. Credit needs and requirements beyond the first thirty (30) credits should be reviewed and approved by the student s Academic Advisor in the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies prior to registration. The number of transfer credits allowed and the professional experiences assessed for credit will vary from one adult learner to another. It is, therefore, required that individual learners undergo a thorough assessment of prior learning with final approval of individual program plans by an Academic Advisor in the Division. Professional Studies Major Core Sequence Course Requirements PSBUS 280 Decision-Making and Problem Solving...3 PSBUS 330 Systems Thinking...3 PSBUS 340 Technology in Organizations...3 PSBUS 350 Risk Management...3 PSBUS 360 Sustainability in Business...3 PSBUS 370 Operations Management...3 PSCOM 320 Organizational Communication...3 PSMAT 290 Business Math...3 PSHIST 300 American Business History...3 PSPSY 310 Psychology of Organizations...3 Total...30 For those learners transferring credits into the Professional Studies program who will require additional credits, the following elective courses offer program completion options. Students may opt to take Professional Studies elective courses (below) or select courses from other compatible degree programs in the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies. Students may also register for approved courses in other University Divisions. Consultation with an academic advisor will provide direction for degree completion. PSBUS 380 High Performance Work Teams...3 PSBUS 390 Entrepreneurism...3 PSCOA 300 Coaching...3 PSINT 400 Professional Career Exploration...3 PSPHL 300 Philosophy of Business...3 Total... will vary TOTAL TRANSFER CREDITS REQUIRED...30 MINIMUM TOTAL CREDITS FROM NEUMANN UNIVERSITY...30 MINIMUM TOTAL SELF-DESIGNED/ ELECTIVE CREDITS*...CREDITS WILL VARY TOTAL BACHELOR OF SCIENCE CREDITS UPON GRADUATION NOTE: Transfer credit in related disciplines and documented prior learning may be evaluated to satisfy either specific course and/or self-designed requirements

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