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General Electives

Communications

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BSCOM 100 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSCOM 234 FOUNDATIONS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSCOM 348 SMALL GROUP AND TEAM COMMUNICATION 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSCOM 360 ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
COMM 110 Introduction to Oral Communication 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31

English

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
ENG 100 CRITICAL READING AND COMPOSITION 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ENG 200 Rhetoric And Research 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ENG 222 INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENG 340 Creative Writing 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENG 380 Applied Linguistics 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENG/495 Advanced Creative Writing 3 5 Yes $1,194 - 3/27/18 - - 6/5/18 -

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Geography

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
GEO 180 Physical Geography 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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History

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
HIS 301 U.S. Constitution 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
HIS 335 Europe and the World Wars 3 5 Yes $1,194 - 3/27 - - - 7/10
HIS 341 Ancient Worlds 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HST 155 U. S. History To 1865 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HST 165 U. S. History 1865 To 1945 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HST 175 The American Experience Since 1945 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31

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Humanities

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
ARTS 100 Introduction to the Visual and Performing Arts 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ARTS 125 Pop Culture and the Arts 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ARTS 340 Exploration of Western Classical Music 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ETH 316 Ethics and Social Responsibility 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
HUM 105 World Mythology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HUM 150 Introduction to Film Studies 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
HUM 300 The Global Village 1 2 Yes $398 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Languages

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
SPAN 110 Conversational Spanish I 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SPAN 114 Conversational Spanish II 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Literature

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
ENG 125 Literature in Society 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENG 295 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENG 437 Literary Genres Across Cultures 3 5 Yes $1,194 - 3/27 - - - -
LIT 235 Survey of English Literature to 1798 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LIT 245 Survey of English Literature Since 1798 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LIT 255 Survey of American Literature to 1860 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LIT 265 Survey of American Literature Since 1860 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Math

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
MTH 110 History of Mathematics 1 2 Yes $398 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 210 Fundamentals of Geometry 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 212 Introduction to Finite Mathematics 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 215 Quantitative Reasoning I 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MTH 216 Quantitative Reasoning II 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MTH 217 Statistics I 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MTH 218 Statistics II 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MTH 219 Introduction to College Algebra 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MTH 220 College Algebra 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MTH 221 Discrete Math for Information Technology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 225 Pre-Calculus 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 280 Calculus I 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 290 Calculus II 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
MTH 360 Linear Algebra 3 5 Yes $1,194 - 3/27 - - - 7/10
MTH 380 Calculus III 3 5 Yes $1,194 - - - 5/1 - -
MTH 463 Applied Statistics 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MTH 530 Linear Algebra 3 6 No $1,620 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
MTH 535 Geometry 3 6 No $1,620 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
MTH 540 Statistics 3 6 No $1,620 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3

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Political Science

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
POL 115 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
POL 215 State and Local Political Processes 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Religion

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
REL 133 World Religious Traditions I 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
REL 134 World Religious Traditions II 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31

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Science

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BIO 101 Principles of Biology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
BIO 290 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BIO 291 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/6 3/13 4/17 5/22 6/26 7/31
BIO 315 Ecology and Evolution 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 5/1 6/5 7/10
BIO 340 Microbiology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 5/1 6/5 7/10
BIO 350 General Biology I 4 7 Yes $1,592 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
BIO 351 General Biology II 4 7 Yes $1,592 - 3/13 - 5/22 - 7/31
BIO 410 Genetics 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 5/1 6/5 7/10
CHM 110 Introductory Chemistry 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CHM 150 General Chemistry I 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/20 3/27 5/1 6/5 7/10
CHM 151 General Chemistry II 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/6 3/13 4/17 5/22 6/26 7/31
ENV 100 Principles of Environmental Science 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ENV 310 Environmental Management 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENV 315 Global Change 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENV 320 Environmental Law 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ENV 420 Environmental Risk Assessment 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
GLG 220 Physical Geology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PHY 101 Fundamentals of Physics 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SCI 201 Survey of Alternative Medicine 1 2 Yes $398 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SCI 250 Microbiology 4 7 Yes $1,592 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SCI 256 People, Science and the Environment 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
SCI 209 Oceanography 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SCI 362 Environmental Issues and Ethics 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Sociology

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
SOC 110 Teamwork, Collaboration, and Conflict Resolution 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31

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Social Sciences

Undergraduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BPA 361 Grant Writing 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 305 Historical Development of Human Services: An Introduction 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 325 Human Systems and Development 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 335 Ethics and Values for Human Service Professionals 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 345 Diversity and Special Populations 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 355 DELIVERY OF HUMAN SERVICES: THEORY AND PRACTICE 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 375 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY IN HUMAN SERVICES 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 385 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION AND INTERVIEWING SKILLS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 395 CLIENT ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 405 INTERVENTION, DIRECT SERVICE DELIVERY & CASE MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 406 Family and Social Systems: Contemporary Trends and Issues 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 407 Family Violence Across the Lifespan: A multi-Strata Problem 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 408 Childhood Abuse and Neglect 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 425 ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAMS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 426 Human Services Management: Theory & Practice 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 427 Critical Thinking Skills in Management Decision Making 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 428 Human Services Program Design & Proposal Writing 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 435 RESEARCH AND STATISTICS IN HUMAN SERVICES 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 437 Social systems and Aging 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - - 6/5 -
BSHS 438 Care for Aging Population 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - - 7/10
BSHS 439 Grief, Loss, and End of Life Issues 3 5 No $1,194 - 5/1 - - - -
BSHS 445 SURVEY OF CRISIS AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND INTERVENTIONS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 455 WORKING WITH ADDICTIONS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 456 Addiction Intervention for Human Service Workers 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 457 Codependence & Working with Families 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 458 Action Planning, Relapse Prevention & Aftercare 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSHS 465 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND IDENTITY 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ETH 120 Cultural Diversity in the United States 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HS 205 Human Service Helping Process and Self-Care 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HS 215 INTRODUCTION TO THE HUMAN SERVICES PROFESSION 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HS 225 INTRODUCTION TO CASE MANAGEMENT AND HELPING STRATEGIES 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HS 235 PUBLIC POLICY, SOCIAL WELFARE AND RESEARCH 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HS 245 FUNDAMENTALS OF WORKING WITH PEOPLE 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 103 Introduction to Psychology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 203 Foundations of Psychology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 205 Life Span Human Development 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 215 Careers in Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 225 Positive Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 245 Survey of Research and Statistics 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 250 Psychology of Personality 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 275 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 280 Human Growth and Development 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 300 General Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 301 Emotional Intelligence 1 2 Yes $398 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 310 History and Systems of Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 315 Statistical Reasoning in Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 320 Human Motivation 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 340 Biological Foundations of Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 355 Motivational Processes in Human Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 360 Cognitive Psychology 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 375 Life Span Human Development 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 390 Learning and Cognition 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 400 Social Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 405 Theories of Personality 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 410 Abnormal Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 425 Chemical Dependency in the Workplace 3 5 Yes $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PSY 430 Team Dynamics for Managers 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
PSY 435 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 450 Diversity and Cultural Factors in Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 460 Environmental Psychology 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PSY 475 Psychological Tests and Measurements 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
RES 320 Foundations of Research 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -

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Graduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
CCMH 504 INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN 3 6 No $2,094 2/13/18 - 4/3/18 - 6/12/18 -
CCMH 506 PERSONALITY THEORIES AND COUNSELING MODELS 3 8 No $2,094 - 3/27/18 - 5/15/18 - 7/24/18
CCMH 510 MULTI-CULTURAL ISSUES IN MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
CCMH 511 Fundamental Counseling Skills 3 6 No $2,094 2/20/17 - - - 6/5/17 7/24/18
CCMH 515 LEGAL, ETHICAL, AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN COUNSELING 3 8 No $2,094 - - - - - -
CCMH 520 BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF BEHAVIOR/PHYSIOLOGICAL ISSUES 3 8 No $2,094 - - - - - -
CCMH 540 CAREER AND VOCATIONAL COUNSELING 3 6 No $2,094 2/20/17 - - - - 7/3/2018
CCMH 558 Crisis Intervention and Trauma 3 6 No $2,094 - 3/20/2018 - - - 7/3/2018
CCMH 581 SUPERVISION/MANAGEMENT IN CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING 3 6 No $2,094 2/20/18 - - - 6/12/2018 -
CMHC 551 Human Sexuality and Sex Therapy 3 6 No $2,094 - - - 5/1 - -
PSYCH 600 Developmental Psychology 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PSYCH 610 Research Methods in Psychology 3 8 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PSYCH 620 Multicultural and Social Issues in Psychology 3 6 No $2,094 2/6 3/20 - 5/1 6/12 7/24
PSYCH 625 Statistics for the Behavior Studies 3 6 No $2,094 2/6 3/20 - 5/1 6/12 7/24
PSYCH 630 Physiological Psychology 3 6 No $2,094 2/6 3/20 - 5/1 6/12 7/24
PSYCH 635 Psychology of Learning 3 6 No $2,094 2/6 3/20 - 5/1 6/12 7/24
PSYCH 645 Personality Theories 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PSYCH 650 Psychopathology 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PSYCH 655 Psychometrics 3 6 No $2,094 2/6 3/20 - 5/1 6/12 7/24
PSYCH 660 Ethics and Professional Issues 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3

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Business

Undergraduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
ACC 210 Accounting Information Systems 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 290 Principles of Accounting I 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ACC 291 Principles of Accounting II 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ACC 295 Principles of Accounting I for Accountants 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
ACC 296 Principles of Accounting II for Accountants 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
ACC 349 Cost Accounting 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 350 Cost Accounting for Accountants 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 400 Accounting for Decision Making 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 421 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 422 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 423 Intermediate Financial Accounting III 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 455 Corporate Taxation 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 456 Individual / Estate Taxation 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 460 Government and Non-Profit Accounting 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 491 Contemporary Auditing I 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ACC 492 Contemporary Auditing II 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BCOM 231 Business Communications for Accountants 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BIS 221 Introduction to Computer Applications & Systems 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
BIS 303 Managing Information Technology in the Hospitality Industry 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BIS 320 Business Information Systems 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BIS 375 Supply Chain Information Management in Online Environments 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BRM 216 Introduction to the Retail Industry 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
BRM 226 Customer Service Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
BRM 236 Sales, Tools, and Strategies 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
BRM 246 Retail Marketing: Merchandising 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
BRM 256 Retail Personnel Management 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
BRM 353 Product and Brand Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BRM 360 Retail Data Analytics for Decision Making 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BRM 266 RETAIL OPERATIONS: SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BRM 268 PRINCIPLES OF FOOD RETAILING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BRM 276 LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION IN RETAIL CAPSTONE 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
BRM 277 LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION IN RETAIL APPLIED CAPSTONE 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
BUS 212 FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
CEM 300 MANAGING THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
CEM 320 MANAGING THE EXPERIENCE THROUGH CUSTOMER INTERACTIONS 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
CEM 330 LEADING CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE TEAMS 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
CEM 340 CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE DATA ANALYSIS FOR DECISION MAKING 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
COM 295 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
CPMGT 300 Project Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 301 Strategic Portfolio and Project Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 302 Procurement and Risk Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 303 Project Estimating and Control Techniques 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 304 LEADING PROJECTS IN ORGANIZATIONS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 310 PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGIES 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 311 AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITH SCRUM METHODOLOGY 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CPMGT 312 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
DSC 330 DATA COMMUNICATION AND VISUALIZATION FOR BUSINESS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ECO 212 Principles of Economics 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ECO 365 Principles of Microeconomics 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ECO 372 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ETH 321 ETHICAL AND LEGAL TOPICS IN BUSINESS 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
ETH 328 DATA ETHICS AND SECURITY 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 366 Financial Institutions 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 370 Finance for Business 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
FIN 375 Financial Management in the Small Business 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 402 Investment Fundamentals and Portfolio Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 410 Working Capital Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 415 Corporate Risk Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 419 Finance for Decision Making 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 420 Personal Financial Planning 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 422 RETIREMENT AND BENEFIT PLANNING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 427 INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
FIN 428 INSURANCE FOR FINANCIAL PLANNING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 444 Mergers, Acquisitions, & Corporate Restructuring 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FIN 467 Real Estate Investment 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
FP 100 EVERYDAY ECONOMICS AND FINANCES 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
GBM 380 Global Business 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
GBM 381 International Trade 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCM 440 HEALTH CARE DATA ANALYTICS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HM 370 Hospitality Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HM 482 HOSPITALITY ANALYTICS FOR DECISION MAKING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HRM 310 Change Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HRM 324 Total Compensation 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HRM 326 Employee Development 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HRM 420 Human Resource Risk Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HTT 201 INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
HTT 211 HOSPITALITY, TRAVEL, AND TOURISM, SUPERVISION 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
HTT 221 IT IN HOSPITALITY 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
HTT 231 FINANCE FOR HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONALS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
HTT 241 FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
HTT 251 HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
ISCOM 305 Systems Operations Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 361 PURCHASING AND PROCUREMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 370 Strategic Supply Chain Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 374 INTEGRATED LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 383 Global Value Chain Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 385 INVENTORY AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 & 2/27 3/27 4/10 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 7/3 & 7/10
ISCOM 386 SERVICE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 424 END-TO END SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 472 Lean Enterprise 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 473 GLOBAL SOURCING AND PROCUREMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
ISCOM 476 INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN APPLICATIONS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LAW 441 BUSINESS LAW FOR SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LDR 300 Innovative Leadership 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 230 Management Theory and Practice 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MGT 300 Survey of Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 312 Organizational Behavior for Managers 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MGT 360 Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 362 CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 401 Small Business: Structure, Planning, Funding 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 411 Innovation and Creative Business Thinking 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 418 Evaluating New Business Opportunities 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 420 Managing Quality in the Supply Chain 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 426 Managing Change in the Workplace 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 434 Employment Law 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 445 Organizational Negotiations 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MGT 448 Global Business Strategies 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 310 PERSONAL SELLING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 320 Business-to-Business Sales Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 421 Marketing 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
MKT 431 Small Business Marketing 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 435 Consumer Behavior 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 438 Public Relations 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 440 Fundamentals of Digital Marketing 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 441 Marketing Research 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
MKT 443 SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
MKT 446 SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
MKT 447 ADVERTISING AND CREATIVE STRATEGY 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
MKT 448 WEB ANALYTICS FOR DIGITAL MARKETING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
MKT 455 INTERNET MARKETING 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
OPS 350 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
OPS 400 BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
OPS 405 ENTERPRISE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
OPS 415 SYSTEMS THINKING AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
OI 365 Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
QNT 275 Statistics for Decision Making 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
QNT 351 Quantitative Analysis for Business 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
PHL 320 CRITICAL THINKING AND DECISION MAKING IN BUSINESS 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
RES 351 Business Research 3 5 No $1,194 2/6 & 2/20 3/13 & 3/27 4/17 5/1 & 5/22 6/5 & 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
REV 400 INTRODUCTION TO REVENUE MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
REV 405 Hospitality Pricing and Yield Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
REV 410 Revenue Management Strategy and Implementation 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
RST 210 FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
RST 240 Food Safety Management 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
RST 244 Restaurant Personnel Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10

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Graduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
ACC 537 Financial Accounting 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 541 Accounting Research and Theory 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 542 Accounting Information Systems 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 543 Managerial Accounting and Legal Aspects of Business 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 544 Internal Control Systems 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 545 Financial Reporting 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 546 Auditing 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 547 Taxation 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 548 Not for Profit & Government Accounting 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 556 Forensic Accounting 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ACC 561 Accounting 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
COM 530 Communication for Accountants 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
COM 537 Organizational Communications 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
COM 539 Communications: Selling and Customer Engagement 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
DAT 565 DATA ANALYSIS AND BUSINESS ANALYTICS 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ECO 561 Economics 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ENT 527 Opportunity Assessment and Innovation 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ETH 557 Accounting Ethics 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
FIN 571 Corporate Finance 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
FIN 575 Project Budget and Finance 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
FIN 580 GLOBAL CAPITAL MARKETS 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
FIN 585 FINANCIAL CONTROLLING 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
FIN 591 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
FIN 592 MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
FIN 593 INVESTMENT BANKING 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
GMGT 510 Global Business Organization and Culture 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
GMGT 520 External Environment of Global Business 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
GMGT 530 Internal Environment of Global Business 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
GMGT 540 Global Strategy Formulation and Implementation 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
HRM 531 Human Capital Management 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
HRM 546 HUMAN RESOURCE LAW 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
HRM 548 Recruitment and Retention Practices 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
HRM 552 Organizational Training and Development 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
HRM 558 Research in Human Resource Management 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
LAW 531 Business Law 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
LAW 575 Business Law for Consultants 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
LDR 531 Organizational Leadership 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
LDR 535 Leading Change 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MGT 521 Management 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MGT 527 Consulting 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MGT 538 Managing in a Cross-cultural Environment 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MGT 557 Negotiation, Power, and Politics 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MGT 567 Ethics and Social Responsibility 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MKT 544 INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
MKT 552 TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS & E-MARKETING 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
MKT 554 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
MKT 562 ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
MKT 571 Marketing 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MKT 575 Marketing Strategy 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MKT 578 Public Relations 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
OPS 571 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ORG 581 Organizational Design 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
ORG 591 CONFLICT MANAGEMENT FOR LEADERS 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
ORG 592 BUILDING EFFECTIVE TEAMS 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
ORG 593 Innovative Organizational Transformation 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
ORG 594 NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES FOR LEADERS 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
ORG 595 Leadership in Action Project 3 6 No $2,094 - - - - - -
PM 571 Project Management 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PM 582 Project Leadership 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PM 584 Project Risk Management 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
PM 586 Project Quality Management 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
QNT 561 Applied Business Research and Statistics 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
QNT 565 Research Methods, Design, and Analysis 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
QRB 501 Quantitative Reasoning for Business 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
TMGT 540 Management of R & D and Innovation Processes 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
TMGT 550 Technology Transfer in the Global Economy 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
TMGT 590 APPLICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3

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Health Care and Nursing

Undergraduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BSA 376 Systems Analysis and Design 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 207 Introduction to Medical Terminology 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 235 Health Care Delivery in the U.S. 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 245 Introduction to Health and Disease 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 320 Health Care Communication Strategies 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 325 Health Care Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 335 Ethics: Healthcare and Social Responsibility 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 341 Human Resources in Health Care 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 433 Dimensions of Health and the Older Adult 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 437 Long-term Care Administration 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 446 Facility Planning 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 455 Health Care Policy: The Past and The Future 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 457 Public and Community Health 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 465 Healthcare Research Utilization 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
HCS 490 Health Care Consumer-Trends and Marketing 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LTC 310 Social and Community Related Programs and Services 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LTC 315 Alternative Living Environments 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
LTC 328 Legal Perspectives in Aging 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Graduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
HCS 535 Concepts of Population Health 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
HCS 567 Entrepreneurship in Health Care 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
HCS 587 Creating Change within Organizations 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MHA 505 Systems Thinking in Health Care Environments 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3

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Technology

Undergraduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BSA 310 Business Systems 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSA 375 Fundamentals of Business Systems Development 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BSA 385 Intro to Software Engineering 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 207 Information Systems Fundamentals 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 211 Office Software Support Fundamentals 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 291 PC And Device Fundamentals 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 293 Network Troubleshooting And Support 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 295 INTRODUCTION TO PC AND MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEMS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 297 Computer Security And Operational Support Fundamentals 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIS 298 Healthcare IT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CIT 245 Local Area Networking Fundamentals 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CMGT 245 IS Security Concepts Security+ 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
CMGT 400 Introduction to Information Assurance and Security 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CMGT 410 Project Planning and Implementation 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CMGT 433 Cyber Security 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CSS 422 Software Architecture 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CYB 229 Ethical Hacking Part 1 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
CYB 231 Ethical Hacking Part 2 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
CYB 233 Ethical Hacking Part 3 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
DAT 205 Communicating across the IT Organization 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
DAT 476 Query Construction for Large Scale Data 3 5 No $1,194 - - - - - -
DBM 280 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCESS DATABASE 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
DBM 294 QUERYING A SQL SERVER 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
DBM 380 Database Concepts 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
NTC 245 FOUNDATION OF LOCAL AREA NETWORKS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
NTC 320 NETWORK DESIGN ASSOCIATE 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
NTC 324 WINDOWS SERVER CONFIGURATION 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
NTC 326 ADMINISTERING WINDOWS SERVER 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
NTC 362 Fundamentals of Networking 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
POS 355 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
POS 408 .NET I-Uses Virtual Desktop 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
POS 409 .NET II-Uses Virtual Desktop 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
POS 410 SQL for Business-Uses Virtual Desktop 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
PRG 211 Algorithms and Logic for Computer Programming 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PRG 218 Introduction to C/C++ 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PRG 280 Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PRG 410 C++ Programming I 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PRG 420 Java Programming I 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
PRG 421 Java Programming II 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SEC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY MANAGEMENT 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
SEC 110 INTRODUCTION TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND PATRIOT ACT 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
SEC 210 Physical Asset Protection 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
SEC 220 Critical Thinking in Security Management 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
SEC 230 Homeland Security and Public Safety 3 5 No $1,194 - 3/27 - - 6/5 -
WEB 240 WEB DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Graduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
CMGT 582 Security & Ethics 3 6 No $2,094 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3

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Criminal Justice

Undergraduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BPA 200 Public Sector Communications 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/10
BPA 201 Foundations of Public Administration 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BPA 211 Foundations of Federal, State, and Local Government 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BPA 221 Critical Thinking and Decision Making in the Public Sector 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
BPA 300 Politics and Citizenship: The Public Policy Environment 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJA 305 Criminal Law 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 205 Composition For Communication In The Criminal Justice System 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 211 Ethics in Criminal Justice 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 215 Introduction to Forensics 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 221 Cultural Diversity in Criminal Justice 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 225 Critical Thinking in Criminal Justice 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 231 Criminology 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 235 Victimology 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 241 Introduction to Police Theory and Practices 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 245 Juvenile Justice Systems and Processes 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 251 Introduction to Criminal Court Systems 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10
CJS 255 Introduction to Corrections 3 5 No $1,194 2/20 3/27 - 5/1 6/5 7/10

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Graduate

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
MPA 503 Public Administration Institutions and Processes 3 6 No $2,094 - - 4/10 - - 7/3

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Advanced Studies

Prefix Course Credits Weeks General Elective Tuition February March April May June July
BUS 721 Issues in Optimizing Operations 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - 6/5 -
BUS 731 TRANSFORMING THE BUSINESS I 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/17 - - 7/3
BUS 733 TRANSFORMING THE BUSINESS 3 5 No $2,430 - - - 5/1 - 7/3
COM 705 COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 1 3 No $810 - - - - - -
CUR 711 DEVELOPMENTAL AND LEARNING THEORIES 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 3/27 - - 6/12 & 6/19 -
CUR 713 Curriculum, Developmental, and Learning Theories 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 3/27 - - 6/12 & 6/19 -
CUR 721 Curriculum Design 3 8 No $2,430 2/20 - 4/10 5/22 6/12 7/3
CUR 722 INSTRUCTIONAL MODELS 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - 4/24 5/22 - 7/24
CUR 723 ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/17 - - 7/10
CUR 731 Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - 4/10 5/1 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
CUR 732 PROGRAM EVALUATION 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 5/1 6/12 7/3
DHA 711 Administration of Complex Health Care Systems 3 8 No $2,430 - 3/6 4/3 5/22 - 7/3
DHA 713 MANAGING RESOURCES IN HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
DHA 714 HEALTH CARE MARKETING 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
DHA 715 RISK MANAGEMENT IN COMPLEX HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/13 - - 5/1 6/12 7/24
DHA 721 Health Care Economics 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 - 4/24 - - 7/3
DHA 722 Policy and Regulation in Health Care 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - - 5/1 6/12 -
DHA 723 EXECUTIVE INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
DHA 724 Globalization of Health Care 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/10 - - -
DHA 731 POPULATION HEALTH AND EPIDEMIOLOGY 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - - 5/1 6/5 7/31
DHA 733 CONTEMPORARY LEADERSHIP ISSUES 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 5/1 6/12 7/3
EDD 711 SOCIAL CONTEXTS AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/3 & 4/17 - - 7/3
EDD 712 LEADERSHIP IN CONTEMPORARY ORGANIZATION 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 3/27 - - 6/12 & 6/19 -
EDD 713 LIFELONG LEARNING: LEADERSHIP IN THE EDUCATIONAL CONTINUUM 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
EDD 714 COMPARATIVE MODELS OF EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 - 4/3 5/22 - 7/3
EDD 721 PLANNING AND LEADING CHANGE 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - 4/17 - 6/12 -
EDD 722 THE LEGAL CONTEXT OF EDUCATION 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - 4/10 5/1 6/12 -
EDD 723 ETHICS AND VALUES IN LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 3/20 - 5/1 & 5/22 - 7/3
EDD 724 Instructional Leadership 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/13 - 4/3 & 4/17 5/22 6/5 7/3 & 7/10
EDD 731 The Economics of Education 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - 4/10 5/1 6/26 7/10 & 7/31
EDD 732 CONTEMPORARY POLICY ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/17 - - 7/3 & 7/31
EDD 733 EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT METHODS 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/10 & 4/24 5/1 6/12 7/3
EDS 799 EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST CAPSTONE 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - - 5/1 6/12 -
EDT 711 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 - 4/3 5/22 - 7/3
EDT 721 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 - 6/12 -
EDT 722 DISTANCE LEARNING 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - - 5/22 - -
EDT 723 Instructional Media and Design Techniques 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/17 - - 7/10
EDT 731 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/31
EDT 732 Integrating Technology and Curriculum 3 8 No $2,430 2/20 - 4/10 - 6/12 7/10
EDU 701 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
EDU 711 CORE FUNCTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
EDU 712 HISTORY OF EDUCATION 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
EDU 724 STUDENT DEVELOPMENT THEORY 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
EDU 732 PLANNING, EVALUATION, & ASSESSMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION ADMIN 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
FIN 711 Financial Measures of Value Added 3 8 No $2,430 - 3/6 4/3 5/22 - 7/3
FIN 723 HIGHER EDUCATION FINANCE AND ECONOMICS 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
IST 710 Foundations of Information Systems Management 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/13 - - 5/1 6/12 7/24
IST 721 KNOWLEDGE WORKER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
IST 722 Information Technology for Teams 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - - 5/1 6/12 -
IST 723 DEPARTMENTAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
IST 724 ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - - - 6/5 -
IST 731 PARTNERSHIP AND INDUSTRY INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - - 5/1 - 7/31
IST 732 GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - 4/10 & 4/17 - - 7/3
IST 733 INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 5/1 6/12 7/3
LAW 731 LEGAL ASPECTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
LDR 711A Leadership Theory and Practice 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 3/27 4/17 - 6/5 & 6/26 7/24
LDR 721 ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AND THE LEGAL LANDSCAPE 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
LDR 722 ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AND THE LAW IN THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 - - 7/3
LDR 726 The Dynamics of Group and Team Leadership 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 - 4/3 & 4/24 5/22 - 7/3
LDR 731 Contemporary Issues in Leadership 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/20 - 4/10 5/1 - 7/31
LDR 736 ARCHITECTURE OF LEADERSHIP 3 8 No $2,430 - - 4/10 5/1 6/12 7/3
MGT 711 Strategic Opportunities in an Internet-Based Global Economy 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 - 4/24 - 7/3
MGT 716 MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHIES 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/13 3/27 - 5/1 6/12 7/24
MGT 721 MANAGING THE RISKS IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
MGT 726 Emerging Managerial Practices 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - 4/10 5/22 - 7/3
MGT 736 CONTEMPORARY SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/17 - - 7/3
MKT 711 Marketing and Managing the Customer Relationship 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - - 5/1 6/12 -
ORG 707 ADVANCED SYSTEMS THINKING 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
ORG 711 21ST CENTURY ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR I 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 & 2/13 - - 5/1 6/12 7/24
ORG 714 ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND DESIGN 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
ORG 716 ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND DESIGN 3 8 No $2,430 - 3/6 4/3 & 4/17 5/22 - 7/3
ORG 721 21ST CENTURY ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR II 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - - - - -
ORG 722 ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY, PLANNING, AND CHANGE 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
ORG 726 The Impact of Technology on Organizations 3 8 No $2,430 2/27 - 4/10 5/1 6/12 -
ORG 727 Organizational Diagnosis and Intervention 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 - 4/17 6/5 7/10
ORG 730 ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT 3 6 No $2,430 - - - - - -
RES 709 Research Conceptualization and Design 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 3/6 4/17 & 4/24 - 6/5 7/3
RES 710 Statistical Research Methods and Design I 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 3/6 4/17 - 6/5 7/10
RES 720 Statistical Research Methods and Design II 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 3/6 4/17 - 6/12 & 6/26 7/24
RES 723 ADVANCED STATISTICAL RESEARCH METHODS AND DESIGN 3 8 No $2,430 - - - - - -
RES 724 QUALITATIVE METHODS AND DESIGN 3 8 No $2,430 2/6 3/20 5/1 6/12 7/3
RES 725 DESCRIPTIVE AND COMPARATIVE DATA ANALYSIS 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 5/1 6/12 -
RES 726 CORRELATIONAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 - - -
RES 727 APPROACHES TO PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY AND DATA ANALYSIS 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 - - -
RES 728 QUALITATIVE CASE STUDY 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 - - -
RES 729 ETHNOMETHODOLOGY AND THE STUDY OF CULTURE 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 - - -
RES 745 GROUNDED THEORY METHODS 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 - - -
RES 746 MIXED METHODS 3 8 No $2,430 2/13 & 2/27 3/13 4/10 5/1 6/12 -

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