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College of Advancing and Professional Studies

SUMMER 2018 COURSE CATALOG Online, evening, weekend, and off-campus classes

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES p. 06 GRADUATE COURSES p. 25 CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING p. 30

summer.umb.edu I 617.287.7900


Summer 2018 Key Dates & Deadlines ACADEMIC CALENDAR SESSION 1 CE1

CE2

CE3

CEO

May 29-Jun 28

May 29-Jul 12

May 29-Jul 26

May 29-Aug 23

Registration begins Classes begin Last day to register online1 Drop deadline Add/Swap deadline2 Pass/Fail/Withdraw deadline

April 2 (M) May 29 (Tu) May 29 (Tu) May 31 (Th) June 5 (Tu) June 15 (F)

April 2 (M) May 29 (Tu) May 29 (Tu) May 31 (Th) June 5 (Tu) June 22 (F)

April 2 (M) May 29 (Tu) May 29 (Tu) May 31 (Th) June 5 (Tu) July 9 (M)

April 2 (M) May 29 (Tu) May 29 (Tu) May 31 (Th) June 5 (Tu) July 20 (F)

Last day of class

June 28 (Th)

July 12 (Th)

July 26 (Th)

August 23 (Th)

CAPS online registration for boston campus and off-campus courses will be closed at 8:30am on the day of the first class meeting. Online registration for online courses will be closed at 2:00pm on Tuesday, May 29. 1

A course dropped after the Drop deadline will be treated as a withdrawal, and a “W” will be recorded as a grade for the course, unless another course is added at the same time. Simultaneous drop/adds will be possible without incurring a “W” for the dropped course until the Add/Swap deadline. Click here for more details. 2

ACADEMIC CALENDAR SESSION 2 CE4

CE5

CE6

Jul 2-Aug 2

Jul 16-Aug 2

Jul 16-Aug 23

Registration begins Classes begin Last day to register online1 Drop deadline Add/Swap deadline2 Pass/Fail/Withdraw deadline

April 2 (M) July 2 (M) July 2 (M) July 6 (F) July 9 (M) July 20 (F)

April 2 (M) July 16 (M) July 16 (M) July 19 (Th) July 23 (M) July 27 (F)

April 2 (M) July 16 (M) July 16 (M) July 19 (Th) July 23 (M) August 10 (F)

Last day of class

August 2 (Th)

August 2 (Th)

August 23 (Th)

1

CAPS online registration for boston campus and off-campus courses will be closed at 8:30am on the day of the first class meeting.

A course dropped after the Drop deadline will be treated as a withdrawal, and a “W” will be recorded as a grade for the course, unless another course is added at the same time. Simultaneous drop/adds will be possible without incurring a “W” for the dropped course until the Add/Swap deadline. Click here for more details. 2

CE7: Dates do NOT follow standard sessions – course ends July 12 or earlier CE8: Dates do NOT follow standard sessions – course ends after July 12 REFUND SCHEDULE DEADLINE FOR 100% REFUND DEADLINE FOR 50% REFUND* CE1, CE2, CE3, CEO May 31 (Th) June 5 (Tu) CE 4 July 6 (F) July 9 (M) CE 5, CE6

July 19 (Th)

July 23 (M)

*No refunds will be given after the 50% refund deadline. UNIVERSITY HOLIDAYS (The university will be closed) Patriots’ Day Memorial Day

April 16 (M) May 28 (M)

Independence Day

July 4 (W)

ONE STOP OFFICE HOURS M-Th 8:00 am–6:00 pm; F 8:00 am–4:00 pm

Registration and refund policies visit: caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/registration


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 02 / 03

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Course Schedule | Summer 2018 04 / 05

What’s Inside? Summer 2018

01.

Key Dates and Deadlines

02.

About the College of Advancing and Professional Studies

03.

Online Learning

COURSE INFORMATION

06.

Undergraduate Courses

25.

Graduate Courses

30.

Corporate and Professional Training

32.

Degree and Certificate Programs

40.

Centers, Institutes & Partnerships

GENERAL INFORMATION

41.

Contact Information & Directions

41.

Offices, Services & Resources

42.

Fees & Payments

43.

Academic Information


College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 06 / 07

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES Courses marked with “PR” in the “Prereq” column have prerequisites or permission requirements that must be met before enrolling. NEW CLASSROOM FACILITY One Beacon Street, Beacon Hill Located in proximity to the State Street, Park Street and Government Center MBTA stations. Room numbers are not noted in the matrix. The receptionist at One Beacon Street will direct you to the classroom location upon your arrival. Additional course, faculty, and registration information can be found online by visiting: caps.umb.edu.

STANDARD SUMMER PER-CREDIT FEE Undergraduate (per-credit) Online & Off-campus ¹ (matriculated & non-matriculated)

$410.00

On-campus 2 » Non-matricuated

$410.00

» Matriculated Mass. Resident

$470.00

» Matriculated Mass. Non-Resident

$850.00

Service Fees

Combined Mandatory Summer Fee: $237

The following combined mandatory summer fee supports programs, activities, and campus facilities beneficial to students, including the following: University Health Services, Athletics, Student Activities, Campus Center operations, and Technology. This fee does not apply to students taking online or off-campus classes. Lab fees are listed separately.

Special programs such as institutes, Nantucket courses, or Study Abroad may incur costs outside of the standard per-credit course fee. These fees will be listed on those program pages within caps.umb.edu. 1. The College of Advancing and Professional Studies standard per-credit course fee applies to all online and off-campus courses, for matriculated and non-matriculated students alike. This per-credit fee also applies to non-matriculated students taking on-campus College of Advancing and Professional Studies courses. 2. Matriculated fees are semester-specific, for courses taken on campus by matriculated UMass Boston students. *Fees are subject to change and some programs have special fees. Please visit the caps.umb.edu for the full fee details.


Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Accounting and Finance

AF 210

Financial Accounting

PR

3

1705

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 210

Financial Accounting

PR

3

1706

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 210

Financial Accounting

PR

3

1707

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 211

Managerial Accounting

PR

3

1708

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 211

Managerial Accounting

PR

3

1709

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 301

Introduction to Financial Management

3

1710

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 301

Introduction to Financial Management

3

1711

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 310

Intermediate Accounting I

3

1712

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 330

Business Law

3

1713

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 450

Federal Taxation I

PR

3

1714

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 470

Financial Auditing

PR

3

1715

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 480

Accounting Internship

PR

3

1735

CEO

Online

Staff

Accounting and Finance

AF 495

Financial Policy

PR

3

1716

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Advancing and Professional Studies

CAPS 330

Bridge2Business Boot Camp

3

1064

CE8

W

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

C Reece

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 101

Introduction to Africana Studies

WC

I

3

1365

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

A Vandermeer

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 101

Introduction to Africana Studies

WC

I

3

1377

CE6

Online

Y Nuruddin

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 110

African-American History I

HU

3

1378

CE2

Online

Y Nuruddin

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 111

African-American History II

HU

U

3

1379

CE2

Online

A Pilgrim

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 225

The Origins of Caribbean Civilizations

WC

I

3

1682

CE6

Harbor

Staff

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 230

African-American Women’s History

HU

U

3

1380

CE6

Online

A Pilgrim

Africana Studies

AFRSTY 260L

African-American Folklore

U

3

1381

CE6

Online

C Ejueyitchie

American Studies

AMST 101

Popular Culture in America

3

1723

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

M Pustz

American Studies

AMST 206

The Sixties

PR

3

1724

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

M Potorti

American Studies

AMST 212G

The US in the Eighties

PR

3

1722

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

P Chassler

American Studies

AMST 225L

Southeast Asians in the United States

PR

3

1576

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

K Ty

Dist

Div

HU HU

SB

U

U

MW

6:00-9:00p

Lab Fee

Undergraduate Courses

Department


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 08 / 09

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Dist

Div

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

American Studies

AMST 228L

Asian Women in the United States

PR

SB

U

3

1573

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

L Thiem

American Studies

AMST 235

The Social History of Popular Music

PR

AR

U

3

1725

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

E Barros

American Studies

AMST 260L

African-American Folklore

PR

U

3

1382

CE6

Online

C Ejueyitchie

American Studies

AMST 325L

Sexual Identities in American Culture

PR

HU

3

1726

CE6

Harbor

K Jones

Anthropology

ANTH 105

Introduction to Biological Anthropology

NS

3

1383

CE2

Online

A Todd

Anthropology

ANTH 106

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SB

3

1356

CE2

Harbor

A Waters

Anthropology

ANTH 106

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SB

3

1384

CE2

Online

E Kelley

Anthropology

ANTH 106

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SB

3

1385

CE6

Online

E Kelley

Anthropology

ANTH 211

Human Origins

NS

3

1386

CEO

Online

T Ashok

Anthropology

ANTH 260

Anthropology On Film

3

1360

CE6

Harbor

A Waters

Anthropology

ANTH 262

Dreams & Dreaming

3

1387

CE2

Online

J Pasto

Anthropology

ANTH 263

Environmental Anthropology

3

1357

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

J Martinez Reyes

Anthropology

ANTH 264

Shamanisms: Anthropological Perspectives

3

1361

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

E Kelley

Anthropology

ANTH 272

Peoples and Cultures of Africa

WC

I

3

1388

CEO

Online

B Worley

Anthropology

ANTH 273

Peoples and Cultures of Mesoamerica (Mexico and Guatemala)

WC

I

3

1389

CE2

Online

A Todd

Anthropology

ANTH 274

Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean

WC

I

3

1358

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

J Martinez Reyes

Anthropology

ANTH 275L

Peoples and Cultures of China

WC

3

1363

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Fung

Anthropology

ANTH 367

Social and Cultural Perspectives on Witchcraft and Sorcery

PR

WC

3

1390

CEO

Online

B Worley

Anthropology

ANTH 368

Myth in Cultural Context

PR

WC

3

1359

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

A Waters

Anthropology

ANTH 372

Anthropology of Death

PR

3

1362

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

A Waters

Anthropology

ANTH 485

Field Research in Archaeology

PR

6

1053

CE7

Plymouth

D Landon

Anthropology

ANTH 485

Field Research in Archaeology

PR

6

1055

CE7

Grafton

S Mrozowski

Anthropology

ANTH 485

Field Research in Archaeology

PR

6

1083

CE8

Connecticut

S Silliman

Arabic

ARABIC 101

Elementary Arabic I

WL

4

1141

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Arabic

ARABIC 102

Elementary Arabic II

WL

4

1142

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Art

ART 100

The Language of Art

AR

3

1024

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Scollans

Art

ART 101

Ancient and Medieval Art

AR

3

1025

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

C Scollans

Art

ART 102

Renaissance to Modern Art

AR

3

1029

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

C Scollans

Art

ART 252

American Art in Boston

AR

3

1030

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Scollans

Art

ART 281

Drawing I

PR

AR

3

1026

CE2

TuTh

9:00a-12:30p

Harbor

K Dacey

112

Art

ART 281

Drawing I

PR

AR

3

1027

CE2

TuTh

1:30-5:00p

Harbor

K Dacey

112

PR

WC

WC

PR

I

I

TuTh

TuTh

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

10:00a-1:00p

10:00a-1:00p

Lab Fee


Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Dist

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Lab Fee

Art

ART 281

Drawing I

PR

AR

3

1028

CE6

TuTh

1:30-5:00p

Harbor

A Norfolk

112

Art

ART 286

Materials, Processes, and Ideas: Introduction to Contemporary Sculptural Practices

PR

AR

4

1031

CE2

MW

9:00a-12:00p

Harbor

B Glaser

Art

ART 286

Materials, Processes, and Ideas: Introduction to Contemporary Sculptural Practices (LAB)

PR

AR

0

1032

CE2

Harbor

B Glaser

Art

ART 293

Photography I

PR

AR

4

1022

CE1

MWTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

M Hart

Art

ART 293

Photography I (LAB)

PR

AR

0

1023

CE1

TuF

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

M Hart

Art

ART 295

Introduction to Video

AR

4

1033

CE6

TuTh

9:00a-12:00p

Harbor

J Barrows

Art

ART 295

Introduction to Video (LAB)

AR

0

1034

CE6

Harbor

J Barrows

Asian American Studies

ASAMST 225L

Southeast Asians in the United States

SB

U

3

1577

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

K Ty

Asian American Studies

ASAMST 228L

Asian Women in the United States

SB

U

3

1574

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

L Thiem

Asian Studies

ASIAN 275L

Peoples and Cultures of China

WC

3

1364

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Fung

Asian Studies

ASIAN 363L

Modern Japan

3

1518

CE6

Online

P Novick

Asian Studies

ASIAN 371

Environmental Issues in China

3

1393

CE6

Online

J Clifford

Biochemistry

BIOCHM 383

Biochemistry I

PR

3

1569

CE2

Harbor

M Sugumaran

Biology

BIOL 100

Coastal Ecology

PR

NS

3

1077

CE8

Nantucket

G Beck

Biology

BIOL 100

Coastal Ecology

PR

NS

3

1078

CE8

Nantucket

G Beck

Biology

BIOL 101

The Basis of Life

NS

3

1541

CE2

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:45p

Harbor

G Martin

Biology

BIOL 108

Introduction to Nutrition

NS

3

1542

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

J Bagarova

Biology

BIOL 108

Introduction to Nutrition

NS

3

1543

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

J Bagarova

Biology

BIOL 108

Introduction to Nutrition

NS

3

1544

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

R Whitehouse

Biology

BIOL 111

General Biology I

NS

4

1545

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

G Martin

Biology

BIOL 111

General Biology I

NS

4

1546

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

W Vieira

Biology

BIOL 111

General Biology I (LAB)

NS

0

1547

CE2

MW

1:00-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

86

Biology

BIOL 111

General Biology I (LAB)

NS

0

1548

CE2

TuTh

12:00-3:00p

Harbor

Staff

86

Biology

BIOL 111

General Biology I (LAB)

NS

4

1549

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Biology

BIOL 112

General Biology II

PR

NS

4

1562

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Biology

BIOL 112

General Biology II (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1563

CE6

MW

1:00-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

86

Biology

BIOL 112

General Biology II (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1564

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

86

Biology

BIOL 207

Anatomy and Physiology I

PR

NS

4

1533

CE1

MTuWThF

8:00-9:50a

Harbor

H Dean

Biology

BIOL 207

Anatomy and Physiology I (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1534

CE1

MWF

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

E Taylor

112

Biology

BIOL 207

Anatomy and Physiology I (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1535

CE1

MWF

10:15a-1:15p

Harbor

E Taylor

112

Biology

BIOL 207

Anatomy and Physiology I (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1536

CE1

TuThF

10:15a-1:15p

Harbor

S Joyce-Bird

112

Biology

BIOL 208

Anatomy and Physiology II

PR

NS

4

1558

CE4

MTuWThF

8:00-9:50a

Harbor

H Dean

Biology

BIOL 208

Anatomy and Physiology II (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1559

CE4

MWF

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

E Taylor

112

Biology

BIOL 208

Anatomy and Physiology II (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1560

CE4

TuThF

10:15a-1:15p

Harbor

S Joyce-Bird

112

Div

I

MW

1:30-4:30p

168

168

Undergraduate Courses

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 10 / 11

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Dist

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Lab Fee

Biology

BIOL 208

Anatomy and Physiology II (LAB)

PR

NS

0

1561

CE4

MWF

10:15a-1:15p

Harbor

E Taylor

112

Biology

BIOL 209

Medical Microbiology

PR

4

1550

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

K Schallies

Biology

BIOL 209

Medical Microbiology (LAB)

PR

0

1551

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

K Schallies

Biology

BIOL 210

Cell Biology

4

1552

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

S Anjum

Biology

BIOL 210

Cell Biology (LAB)

0

1553

CE2

MW

12:30-3:30p

Harbor

Staff

86

Biology

BIOL 210

Cell Biology (LAB)

0

1554

CE2

TuTh

12:30-3:30p

Harbor

Staff

86

Biology

BIOL 212

Cell Biology (Lecture)

3

1555

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

S Anjum

Biology

BIOL 252

Genetics

4

1565

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

J Sosnik

Biology

BIOL 252

Genetics (LAB)

0

1566

CE6

MW

12:30-3:30p

Harbor

J Sosnik

Biology

BIOL 254

Genetics (Lecture)

PR

3

1567

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

J Sosnik

Biology

BIOL 306

Marine & Coastal Ecological Research

PR

3

1071

CE8

Nantucket

E Boyle

Biology

BIOL 306

Marine & Coastal Ecological Research

PR

3

1072

CE8

Nantucket

E Boyle

Biology

BIOL 340

Marine Mammal Biology

PR

3

1067

CE7

Nantucket

S Brault

Biology

BIOL 340

Marine Mammal Biology

PR

3

1068

CE7

Nantucket

S Brault

Biology

BIOL 378

Introduction to Immunology

PR

4

1537

CE1

MTuWTh

8:15-10:15a

Harbor

G Beck

Biology

BIOL 378

Introduction to Immunology (LAB)

PR

0

1538

CE1

MW

10:30a-1:30p

Harbor

J DeFilippo

112

Biology

BIOL 378

Introduction to Immunology (LAB)

PR

0

1539

CE1

TuTh

10:30a-1:30p

Harbor

J DeFilippo

112

Biology

BIOL 380

Introduction to Immunology (Lecture)

PR

3

1540

CE1

MTuWTh

8:15-10:15a

Harbor

G Beck

Biology

BIOL 381

Special Topics

PR

3

1568

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

M GharaeeKermani

Biology

BIOL 390

Survey of Human Physiology

PR

3

1556

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

D Sigmon

Biology

BIOL 391

Survey of Human Physiology Lab (LAB)

1

1557

CE2

TuTh

12:00-3:00p

Harbor

R Robinson

Business Communications

BC 230

Fundamentals of Business Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1673

CE8

TuTh

1:30-2:45p

Harbor

A Barber

Business Communications

BC 230

Fundamentals of Business Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1647

CEO

Th

11:00a-2:00p

Blended

K Almeida Spencer

Business Communications

BC 290

Professional Written Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1648

CE2

Th

10:00a-1:00p

Blended

K Archard

Business Communications

BC 290

Professional Written Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1674

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

M Cadieux

Business Communications

BC 290

Professional Written Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1675

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

M Giargiari

Business Communications

BC 290

Professional Written Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1649

CE6

Th

11:00a-2:00p

Blended

K Hatzis

Business Communications

BC 290

Professional Written Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1676

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

M Giargiari

Business Communications

BC 290

Professional Written Communication & Critical Analysis

PR

3

1677

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

J D’Angelo

CAPS

CAPS 111

Introduction to Biomimicry

NS

3

1394

CEO

Online

K Sullivan

Chemistry

CHEM 111L

Environmental Concerns and Chemical Solutions

NS

3

1395

CEO

Online

C Katz

Div

112

86


Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

NS

3

1085

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemical Principles I Lecture

NS

3

1086

CE2

MW

5:30-9:00p

Harbor

I Reif

CHEM 115

Chemical Principles I Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1087

CE2

Tu

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 115

Chemical Principles I Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1088

CE2

W

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 115

Chemical Principles I Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1089

CE2

Th

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 116

Chemical Principles II Lecture

PR

NS

3

1109

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 116

Chemical Principles II Lecture

PR

NS

3

1110

CE6

MW

5:30-9:00p

Harbor

I Reif

Chemistry

CHEM 116

Chemical Principles II Lecture (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1111

CE6

Tu

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 116

Chemical Principles II Lecture (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1112

CE6

W

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 116

Chemical Principles II Lecture (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1113

CE6

Th

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

M Satyamurti

Chemistry

CHEM 117

Chemical Principles I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1090

CE2

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 117

Chemical Principles I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1091

CE2

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 117

Chemical Principles I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1092

CE2

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 117

Chemical Principles I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1093

CE2

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 117

Chemical Principles I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1094

CE2

TuTh

6:00-10:00p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 118

Chemical Principles II Laboratory (LAB)

PR

2

1114

CE6

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 118

Chemical Principles II Laboratory (LAB)

PR

2

1115

CE6

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 118

Chemical Principles II Laboratory (LAB)

PR

2

1116

CE6

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 118

Chemical Principles II Laboratory (LAB)

PR

2

1117

CE6

Th

6:00-10:00p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 251

Organic Chemistry I Lecture

NS

3

1096

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

C Schaefer

Chemistry

CHEM 251

Organic Chemistry I Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1097

CE2

M

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

C Schaefer

Chemistry

CHEM 251

Organic Chemistry I Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1098

CE2

Tu

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

C Schaefer

Chemistry

CHEM 251

Organic Chemistry I Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1099

CE2

W

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

C Schaefer

Chemistry

CHEM 252

Organic Chemistry II Lecture

NS

3

1118

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

C Schaefer

Chemistry

CHEM 252

Organic Chemistry II Lecture (DIS)

NS

0

1119

CE6

M

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

C Schaefer

Department

Catalog #

Title

Chemistry

CHEM 115

Chemical Principles I Lecture

Chemistry

CHEM 115

Chemistry

PreReq

Dist

Div

Lab Fee

Undergraduate Courses

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 12 / 13

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

0

1120

CE6

Tu

11:30a-12:20p

Harbor

C Schaefer

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1100

CE2

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

CHEM 255

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1101

CE2

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 255

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1102

CE2

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 255

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (LAB)

2

1103

CE2

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 256

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (LAB)

2

1121

CE6

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 256

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (LAB)

2

1122

CE6

MW

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 256

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (LAB)

2

1123

CE6

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 256

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (LAB)

2

1124

CE6

TuTh

12:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

150

Chemistry

CHEM 481

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry I (LAB)

PR

1-4

1104

CE2

By arrgt

12:00a-9:00p

Harbor

W Zhang

150

Chemistry

CHEM 481

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry I (LAB)

PR

1-4

1105

CE2

Harbor

M Foster

150

Chemistry

CHEM 481

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry I (LAB)

PR

1-4

1106

CE2

Harbor

M Torok

150

Chemistry

CHEM 481

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry I (LAB)

PR

1-4

1107

CE2

Harbor

N Reilly

150

Chemistry

CHEM 481

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry I (LAB)

PR

1-4

1108

CE2

Harbor

J Rochford

150

Chemistry

CHEM 482

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry II (LAB)

PR

1-4

1125

CE6

Harbor

W Zhang

150

Chemistry

CHEM 482

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry II (LAB)

PR

1-4

1126

CE6

Harbor

J Green

150

Chemistry

CHEM 482

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry II (LAB)

PR

1-4

1127

CE6

Harbor

J Evans

150

Chemistry

CHEM 482

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry II (LAB)

PR

1-4

1128

CE6

Harbor

D Dowling

150

Chemistry

CHEM 482

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry II (LAB)

PR

1-4

1129

CE6

Harbor

H Sevian

150

Chemistry

CHEM 482

Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry II (LAB)

PR

1-4

1130

CE6

Harbor

B Torok

150

Chinese

CHINSE 101

Elementary Chinese I

WL

4

1143

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Chinese

CHINSE 102

Elementary Chinese II

WL

4

1144

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Cinema

CINE 341

Gender and Film

WC

3

2438

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Maley

Classics

CLSICS 230L

Ancient Egypt

WC

3

1520

CEO

Online

K Barnard

Classics

CLSICS 281

Greek Civilization

WC

3

1519

CEO

Online

K Barnard

Department

Catalog #

Title

Chemistry

CHEM 252

Organic Chemistry II Lecture (DIS)

Chemistry

CHEM 255

Chemistry

PreReq

Dist

Div

NS

PR

I

Lab Fee


Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

SB

3

1397

Introduction to Communication

SB

3

COMM 100

Introduction to Communication

SB

Communication

COMM 100

Introduction to Communication

SB

Communication

COMM 105

Communication

Department

Catalog #

Title

Communication

COMM 100

Introduction to Communication

Communication

COMM 100

Communication

PreReq

Dist

Instructor

CEO

Online

L Zhu

1398

CEO

Online

R Raben

3

1399

CEO

Online

R Raben

3

1401

CEO

Online

L Zhu

Oral Communication

3

1168

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

B Hendrix

COMM 200

The New Media Society

3

1166

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

B Miller

Communication

COMM 210

Using Internet Communication

3

1406

CEO

Online

R Raben

Communication

COMM 230

Intercultural Communication

3

1169

CE6

Harbor

S Tardif

Communication

COMM 250

Analyzing Media

PR

3

1402

CEO

Online

A Shelton

Communication

COMM 270

Introduction to Strategic Communication

PR

3

1403

CEO

Online

S Park

Communication

COMM 351

Communication Research Methods

PR

3

1167

CE2

Harbor

C Alexopoulos

Communication

COMM 380

Special Topics

PR

3

1400

CEO

Online

C Alexopoulos

Communication

COMM 380

Special Topics

PR

3

1404

CEO

Online

B Miller

Communication

COMM 480

Communication Seminar

PR

3

1405

CEO

Online

A Shelton

Computer Science

CS 110

Introduction to Computing

PR

4

1590

CE3

MTuTh

4:00-5:30p

Harbor

Staff

54

Computer Science

CS 119

Computer Language Supplement

PR

2

1591

CE3

MTuTh

4:00-5:30p

Harbor

Staff

54

Computer Science

CS 210L

Intermediate Computing with Data Structures

PR

4

1594

CE3

MTuTh

6:00-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

54

Computer Science

CS 240

Programming in C

3

1592

CE3

MTuTh

7:30-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

54

Computer Science

CS 310

Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms

PR

3

1593

CE3

MTuTh

6:00-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

54

Computer Science

CS 320L

Applied Discrete Mathematics

PR

3

1598

CE3

MTuTh

2:30-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

22

Dance

DANCE 134

Modern Dance I

3

1778

CE1

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

J Appolon

Dance

DANCE 135

Multicultural Dance

3

1300

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

S Montella

Dance

DANCE 181

Topics in Dance

3

1299

CE1

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:45p

Harbor

J Appolon

Economics

ECON 101

Introduction to Microeconomics

PR

SB

3

1424

CE2

Online

J Spitz

Economics

ECON 101

Introduction to Microeconomics

PR

SB

3

1044

CE6

Harbor

K Carlson

Economics

ECON 101

Introduction to Microeconomics

PR

SB

3

1425

CE6

Online

J Spitz

Economics

ECON 102

Introduction to Macroeconomics

PR

SB

3

1045

CE2

Harbor

B McGonagle

Economics

ECON 102

Introduction to Macroeconomics

PR

SB

3

1426

CE2

Online

N Aman

Economics

ECON 102

Introduction to Macroeconomics

PR

SB

3

1046

CE6

Harbor

K Carlson

MT

MT

AR

Days

TuTh

TuTh

TuTh

MW

MW

Times

Lab Fee

Location

SB

Div

10:00a-1:00p

1:30-4:30p

10:00a-1:00p

1:30-4:30p

10:00a-1:00p

Undergraduate Courses

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 14 / 15

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Dist

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Economics

ECON 102

Introduction to Macroeconomics

PR

SB

3

1427

CE6

Economics

ECON 201

Microeconomic Theory

PR

SB

3

1047

CE2

TuTh

Economics

ECON 202

Macroeconomic Theory

PR

SB

3

1048

CE6

Economics

ECON 205

Statistical Methods

PR

MT

3

1049

Economics

ECON 335

International Finance

PR

SB

3

Economics

ECON 372

Comparative Economic Systems

PR

Engineering

ENGIN 211L

Engineering Mathematics

Engineering

ENGIN 211L

Engineering

Div

Location

Instructor

Online

A Perumal

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

J Millman

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

N Aman

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

B McGonagle

1051

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

E Frank

3

1052

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

N Aman

PR

3

1579

CE2

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

T Materdey

Engineering Mathematics (DIS)

PR

0

1580

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-10:50a

Harbor

T Materdey

ENGIN 211L

Engineering Mathematics (DIS)

PR

0

1581

CE2

MW

11:00-11:50a

Harbor

T Materdey

English

ENGL 101

Composition I

PR

3

1609

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 101

Composition I

PR

3

1610

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 101

Composition I

PR

3

2149

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

M MartinezEarley

English

ENGL 101

Composition I

PR

3

1611

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 102

Composition II

PR

3

1612

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 102

Composition II

PR

3

2160

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

M MartinezEarley

English

ENGL 102

Composition II

PR

3

1613

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 102

Composition II

PR

3

1614

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 200

Introduction to Literary Studies

3

1430

CE2

Online

M Brown

English

ENGL 202

Six American Authors

3

1625

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

A Hasratian

English

ENGL 210

Introduction to Creative Writing

3

1615

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

L Bertram

English

ENGL 262G

The Art of Literature

PR

3

1431

CE2

Online

V Karlis

English

ENGL 284

Language, Literacy and Community

PR

3

1432

CE2

Online

C ChandlerRourke

English

ENGL 306

Advanced Nonfiction Writing

PR

3

1616

CE2

Harbor

T Oleksiak

English

ENGL 307

Journalism and Media Writing

PR

3

1433

CE6

Online

C Hennick

English

ENGL 328

Stage and Page: Drama, 1900-Today

PR

3

1627

CE6

Harbor

N Finn

English

ENGL 340

Literature and Visual Media

PR

3

1434

CE6

Online

L Egle

English

ENGL 341L

Gender and Film: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

PR

3

1133

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Maley

English

ENGL 353

Multiethnic American Literature

PR

3

1626

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 382

William Shakespeare’s Early Works

PR

3

1617

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

S Maisano

English

ENGL 475

English Internship

PR

1-6

1618

CE2

Group Study

Staff

English

ENGL 475

English Internship

PR

1-6

1619

CE6

Group Study

Staff

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 101

The Global Environment

3

1435

CEO

Online

J Zhu

AR PR

HU

U

AR

WC U

NS

Days

TuTh

MW

Times

1:30-4:30p

10:00a-1:00p

Lab Fee


Div

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

I

3

1436

CEO

3

1057

CE2

MW

1

1058

CE2

3

1059

CE6

4

1437

CEO

NS

3

1060

CE6

The Nature of Environmental Problems

NS

3

1440

ENVSTY 111L

Environmental Concerns and Chemical Solutions

NS

3

Environmental Studies

ENVSTY 321

Spiders of Nantucket (LAB)

PR

Environmental Studies

ENVSTY 321

Spiders of Nantucket (LAB)

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 230

Exercise and Health Science

Department

Catalog #

Title

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 102

World Regional Geography

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 120

Introduction to Environmental Science

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 121

Introduction to Environmental Science Lab

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 122

Introduction to Environmental Policy & Management

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 281

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

Environmental Studies

ENVSTY 101

The Nature of Environmental Problems

Environmental Studies

ENVSTY 101

Environmental Studies

PreReq

Dist

Instructor

Online

D Merwin

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

A Christian

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Online

J Zhu

Harbor

V Jyoti

CEO

Online

V Jyoti

1396

CEO

Online

C Katz

2

1075

CE8

Nantucket

J Dobyns

PR

2

1076

CE8

Nantucket

J Dobyns

Strength and Conditioning

PR

3

1158

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

EHS 300

Health Fitness Assessment

PR

4

1159

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 300

Health Fitness Assessment (LAB)

PR

4

1160

CE2

MW

1:30-3:30p

Harbor

Staff

60

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 300

Health Fitness Assessment (LAB)

PR

4

1161

CE2

MW

3:30-5:30p

Harbor

Staff

60

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 310

Applied Kinesiology

PR

3

1162

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 370

Exercise Program Design

PR

3

1163

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 385

Exercise Physiology I

PR

3

1164

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Exercise and Health Science

EHS 490

Internship in Exercise Physiology

PR

12

1165

CE8

W

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

French

FRENCH 100

Intensive Elementary French

WL

8

1145

CE2

MTuWTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

French

FRENCH 101

Elementary French I

WL

4

1146

CE1

MTuWTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

French

FRENCH 102

Elementary French II

WL

4

1147

CE4

MTuWTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

French

FRENCH 201

Intermediate French I

WL

4

1148

CE1

MTuWTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

French

FRENCH 202

Intermediate French II

WL

4

1149

CE4

MTuWTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

German

GERMAN 101

Elementary German I

WL

4

1150

CE1

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

German

GERMAN 102

Elementary German II

WL

4

1151

CE4

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

PR SB PR

PR

PR

TuTh

Times

Lab Fee

Location

NS

Days

10:00a-1:00p

170

170

970

Undergraduate Courses

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 16 / 17

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

3

1740

CE1

MTuWTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

3

1441

CE2

Web Conf: TuTh

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

N Pitheckoff

Contemporary Issues in Global Affairs

3

1449

CE2

Online

R Weiner

GLBAFF 305

Global Communications and Information

3

1450

CE6

Online

R Weiner

Global Affairs

GLBAFF 310

Global Financial Markets

3

1451

CE6

Online

M Sharif

Global Affairs

GLBAFF 312

International Institutions and Managment of Development

3

2173

CE2

Online

M Sharif

Global Affairs

GLBAFF 350

Research and Methods in Global Affairs

3

2175

CE2

Online

M Bingulac

Global Affairs

GLBAFF 490

Internship in Global Affairs

3

1454

CEO

Online

D Sharif

History

HIST 212

Modern Western Civilization

HU

3

1505

CE2

Online

J Sutton

History

HIST 212

Modern Western Civilization

HU

3

1134

CE6

Harbor

C Weiss

History

HIST 213

World History to 1800

3

1512

CE6

Online

M Brink

History

HIST 214

Modern World History

SB

I

3

1135

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

G Miller

History

HIST 214

Modern World History

SB

I

3

1136

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

G Miller

History

HIST 219

History of the Mediterranean

3

1509

CE2

Online

M Casini

History

HIST 230L

Ancient Egypt

WC

3

1521

CEO

Online

K Barnard

History

HIST 265

American History before 1877

HU

3

1513

CE6

Online

L Vox

History

HIST 266

American History since 1877

HU

3

1507

CE2

Online

M Duff

History

HIST 290G

Globalization in Historical Perspective

3

1137

CE6

Harbor

T Johnson

History

HIST 308

The History of Common Law

3

1508

CE2

Online

M Brink

History

HIST 351

Histories of Brazil

3

1514

CE6

Online

B Johnson

History

HIST 363L

Modern Japan

3

1515

CE6

Online

P Novick

History

HIST 371

The American Revolution, 17631789

3

1516

CE6

Online

J Chu

History

HIST 374

The Whaling Women of Nantucket

PR

HU

3

1065

CE7

Nantucket

R Wollons

History

HIST 374

The Whaling Women of Nantucket

PR

HU

3

1066

CE7

Nantucket

R Wollons

History

HIST 387

US Foreign Policy since 1898

3

1510

CE2

Online

K Hoskins

History

HIST 395

The History of Boston

3

1655

CE2

Harbor

M Rush

History

HIST 433

Mussolini

3

1511

CE2

Online

S Di Scala

Honors

HONORS 293

Honors Topic in Social and Behavioral Sciences

PR

3

1170

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

J Roush

Honors

HONORS 380

Honors Colloquium

PR

3

1171

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

J Riley

Human Services

HUMCTR 230

History of Social Welfare

3

1455

CEO

Online

M Uriarte

Human Services

HUMCTR 415

Human Service Policy and Practice

3

1138

CE6

Harbor

E Clemens

Department

Catalog #

Title

German

GERMAN 103

German for Business

Gerontology

GERON 160

Global Aging and the Life Course I

Global Affairs

GLBAFF 301

Global Affairs

PreReq

Dist

Div

SB

PR

PR

PR

I

PR

SB

MTuWTh

MW

MW

TuTh

10:00-11:30a

10:00a-1:00p

6:00-9:00p

6:00-9:00p

Lab Fee


Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Human Services

HUMCTR 420

Professional Internship Seminar

PR

3

1139

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

E Clemens

Human Services

HUMCTR 425

Case Management

3

1140

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

E Clemens

Information Technology

IT 116

Introduction to Scripting

PR

3

1600

CE3

MTuTh

2:30-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 117

Intermediate Scripting

PR

3

1601

CE3

MTuTh

6:00-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 210L

Intermediate Computing with Data Structures

PR

4

1595

CE3

MTuTh

6:00-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 230L

Relational Databases

3

1663

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 240

Web Fluency

3

1665

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 244

Introduction to Linux/Unix

3

1602

CE3

MTuTh

12:45-2:15p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 246

Introduction to Networks

3

2840

CE3

MTuTh

10:15-1145a

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 285L

Social Issues and Ethics in Computing

3

1597

CE2

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:15p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 341

Introduction to System Administration

PR

3

1603

CE3

MTuTh

4:15-5:45p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 425L

Project Management

PR

3

2698

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

N Velez

Information Technology

IT 425L

Project Management

PR

3

1672

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Information Technology

IT 485

Information Technology Capstone

PR

3

1604

CE3

MTuTh

6:00-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

54

Italian

ITAL 101

Elementary Italian I

WL

4

1152

CE1

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Italian

ITAL 102

Elementary Italian II

WL

4

1153

CE4

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Japanese

JAPAN 101

Elementary Japanese I

WL

4

1154

CE1

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Japanese

JAPAN 101

Elementary Japanese I

WL

4

1155

CE1

MTuWTh

2:00-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Japanese

JAPAN 101

Elementary Japanese I

WL

4

1156

CE4

MTuWTh

2:00-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Japanese

JAPAN 102

Elementary Japanese II

WL

4

1157

CE4

MTuWTh

5:00-7:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Latin

LATIN 101

Fundamentals of Latin I

WL

4

1522

CEO

Online

R Colaizzi

Latin

LATIN 115

Intensive Elementary Latin

WL

8

1781

CE6

Harbor

R Colaizzi

Latin

LATIN 302

Caesar

WL

3

1523

CEO

Online

R Colaizzi

Management

MGT 303

Managing Organizations

3

1693

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 303

Managing Organizations

3

1694

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 330

Business Environments and Public Policy

3

1695

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 330

Business Environments and Public Policy

3

1696

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Dist

MT

PR

PR

PR

Div

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:45p

Lab Fee

20

54

Undergraduate Courses

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 18 / 19

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Business Environments and Public Policy

3

1697

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MGT 331

Managerial Ethics and Social Issues

3

1698

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 331

Managerial Ethics and Social Issues

3

1733

CE2

Online

M Habib

Management

MGT 331

Managerial Ethics and Social Issues

3

1699

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 434

Mngng Global Environ

PR

3

1700

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 480

Management Internship

PR

3

1734

CEO

Online

Staff

Management

MGT 490

Strategic Management

3

1701

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Management

MGT 490

Strategic Management

3

1702

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

J Evereteze

Management

MGT 490

Strategic Management

3

1703

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management

Department

Catalog #

Title

Management

MGT 330

Management

PreReq

Dist

Div

MGT 490

Strategic Management

3

1704

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 110

Introduction to Computers and Information Systems

3

1656

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 110

Introduction to Computers and Information Systems

3

1465

CEO

Online

V Hatziyannis

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 111L

Managerial Statistics

3

1660

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 212

Managerial Decision Making

PR

3

1657

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 212

Managerial Decision Making

PR

3

1669

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 230L

Relational Databases

PR

3

1664

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 301

Operations Management

3

1658

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

F Mahdavi Pajouh

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 301

Operations Management

3

1659

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 301

Operations Management

3

1670

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 425L

Project Management

PR

3

2697

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

N Velez

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 425L

Project Management

PR

3

1671

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 454L

Supply Chain Management

PR

3

1661

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

S Elahi

Management Science & Info Sys

MSIS 480

Management Science and Information Systems Internship

PR

3

1737

CEO

Online

Staff

Marketing

MKT 301

Principles of Marketing

3

1683

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

G Xie

Marketing

MKT 301

Principles of Marketing

3

1684

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

R Anzenberger

Marketing

MKT 310

Data Analysis for Marketing Management

3

1686

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

R Liu

Marketing

MKT 404

Retailing in the Internet Age

PR

3

1687

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

R Anzenberger

Marketing

MKT 408

Consumer Behavior

PR

3

1685

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

G Xie

Marketing

MKT 480

Marketing Internship

PR

3

1736

CEO

Online

Staff

Lab Fee


Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Mathematics

MATH 114QR

Quantitative Reasoning

PR

3

1770

CE6

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:15p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 115

College Algebra

PR

3

1741

CE2

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 115

College Algebra

PR

3

1742

CE6

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 125

Introductory Statistics

PR

MT

3

1743

CE2

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 125

Introductory Statistics

PR

MT

3

2810

CE2

Online

J Chen

Mathematics

MATH 125

Introductory Statistics

PR

MT

3

1744

CE6

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:15p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 129

Pre-Calculus for Management and Social Science Students

PR

MT

3

1745

CE2

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 129

Pre-Calculus for Management and Social Science Students

PR

MT

3

1746

CE6

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 130

Precalculus

PR

MT

3

1749

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 130

Precalculus

PR

MT

3

1750

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 134

Managerial Calculus

PR

MT

3

1753

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 134

Managerial Calculus

PR

MT

3

1754

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 140

Calculus I

PR

MT

4

1755

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 140

Calculus I

PR

MT

4

1756

CE2

MTuWTh

5:45-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 140

Calculus I

PR

MT

4

1757

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 140

Calculus I

PR

MT

4

1758

CE6

MTuWTh

5:45-7:30p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 141

Calculus II

PR

MT

4

1761

CE2

MTuWTh

8:00-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 141

Calculus II

PR

MT

4

1762

CE2

MTuWTh

7:45-9:30p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 141

Calculus II

PR

MT

4

1763

CE6

MTuWTh

8:00-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 141

Calculus II

PR

MT

4

1764

CE6

MTuWTh

7:45-9:30p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 240

Multivariable Calculus

PR

3

1771

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 242

Multivariable and Vector Calculus

PR

4

1772

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 260

Linear Algebra I

PR

3

1773

CE6

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 310

Applied Ordinary Differential Equations

PR

3

1767

CE2

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 320L

Applied Discrete Mathematics

PR

3

1599

CE3

MTuWTh

2:30-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

Mathematics

MATH 345

Probability and Statistics I

PR

3

1768

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

Music

MUSIC 111

An Introduction to Music

AR

3

1302

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

E Huber

Music

MUSIC 115

World Music

AR

I

3

1301

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

S Cornelius

Music

MUSIC 117

History of Country Music in America

AR

U

3

1483

CEO

Online

D Pruett

Music

MUSIC 131

Elements: Keyboard I

2

1316

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

C Kim

Music

MUSIC 132

Elements: Keyboard II

2

1304

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-12:00p

Harbor

C Kim

Music

MUSIC 248

Universe of Music

AR

I

3

1482

CEO

Online

D Patterson

Music

MUSIC 268

Music of Latin America

AR

I

3

1481

CE6

Online

P Janson

Dist

Div

PR

Lab Fee

22

Undergraduate Courses

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston summer.umb.edu


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 20 / 21

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Nursing

NURSNG 212

Health Promotion and Teaching

PR

3

1274

CE2

TuTh

9:00a-12:00p

Harbor

L Chiofar

Nursing

NURSNG 212

Health Promotion and Teaching

PR

3

1275

CE2

TuTh

1:00-4:00p

Harbor

L Chiofar

Nursing

NURSNG 456

Leadership and Professional Practice Accelerated Option

PR

3

1298

CE8

W

2:30-5:30p

Harbor

C Salvucci

Philosophy

PHIL 100

Introduction to Philosophy

HU

3

1013

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

D Flesche

Philosophy

PHIL 100

Introduction to Philosophy

HU

3

1014

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

J Cooper-Wiele

Philosophy

PHIL 108

Moral and Social Problems

HU

U

3

1015

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

R FarionVillano

Philosophy

PHIL 108

Moral and Social Problems

HU

U

3

1016

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

J Cooper-Wiele

Philosophy

PHIL 120

Introduction to Logic

MT

3

1017

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

R FarionVillano

Philosophy

PHIL 207G

The Meaning of Life

PR

3

1018

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

D Flesche

Philosophy

PHIL 207G

The Meaning of Life

PR

3

1019

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

N Eisikovits

Philosophy

PHIL 207G

The Meaning of Life

PR

3

1020

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

M Gunning

Philosophy

PHIL 207G

The Meaning of Life

PR

3

1082

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

M Gunning

Philosophy

PHIL 222

Moral Issues in Medicine

HU

3

1021

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

J Bayne

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I

PR

NS

3

1182

CE2

MTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I

PR

NS

3

1183

CE2

MTuWTh

5:30-7:00p

Harbor

N Sonwalker

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1184

CE2

MW

10:00-10:50a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1185

CE2

TuTh

10:00-10:50a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1186

CE2

MW

11:00-11:50a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1187

CE2

MTh

7:10-8:00p

Harbor

N Sonwalker

Physics

PHYSIC 107

College Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1188

CE2

MTh

8:00-8:50p

Harbor

N Sonwalker

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II

PR

NS

3

1189

CE6

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II

PR

NS

3

1190

CE6

MTuWTh

5:30-7:00p

Harbor

N Sonwalker

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1191

CE6

MW

10:00-11:50a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1192

CE6

TuTh

10:00-10:50a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1193

CE6

MW

11:00-11:50a

Harbor

I Reif

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1194

CE6

MTh

7:10-8:00p

Harbor

N Sonwalker

Dist

Div

Lab Fee


Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Dist

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Physics

PHYSIC 108

College Physics II (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1195

CE6

MTh

8:00-8:50p

Harbor

N Sonwalker

Physics

PHYSIC 113

Fundamentals of Physics I

PR

NS

4

1196

CE2

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

S Arnason

Physics

PHYSIC 113

Fundamentals of Physics I

PR

NS

4

1197

CE2

MTuWTh

5:30-7:00p

Harbor

T Materdey

Physics

PHYSIC 113

Fundamentals of Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1198

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-10:50a

Harbor

S Arnason

Physics

PHYSIC 113

Fundamentals of Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1199

CE2

MTuWTh

11:00-11:50a

Harbor

S Arnason

Physics

PHYSIC 113

Fundamentals of Physics I (DIS)

PR

NS

0

1200

CE2

MTh

7:10-8:50p

Harbor

T Materdey

Physics

PHYSIC 114

Fundamentals of Physics II

NS

4

1206

CE6

MTuWTh

8:15-9:45a

Harbor

N Kumar

Physics

PHYSIC 114

Fundamentals of Physics II

NS

4

1207

CE6

MTuWTh

5:30-7:00p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 114

Fundamentals of Physics II (DIS)

NS

0

1208

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-10:50a

Harbor

N Kumar

Physics

PHYSIC 114

Fundamentals of Physics II (DIS)

NS

0

1209

CE6

MTuWTh

11:00-11:50a

Harbor

N Kumar

Physics

PHYSIC 114

Fundamentals of Physics II (DIS)

NS

0

1210

CE6

MTh

7:10-8:50p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 181

Physics Laboratory I (LAB)

PR

2

1201

CE2

TuTh

12:00-2:30p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 181

Physics Laboratory I (LAB)

PR

2

1202

CE2

MW

12:00-2:30p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 181

Physics Laboratory I (LAB)

PR

2

1203

CE2

TuTh

12:00-2:30p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 181

Physics Laboratory I (LAB)

PR

2

1204

CE2

TuW

7:10-9:40p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 181

Physics Laboratory I (LAB)

PR

2

1205

CE2

TuW

7:10-9:40p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 182

Physics Laboratory II (LAB)

PR

2

1211

CE6

TuTh

12:00-2:30p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 182

Physics Laboratory II (LAB)

PR

2

1212

CE6

MW

12:00-2:30p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 182

Physics Laboratory II (LAB)

PR

2

1213

CE6

TuTh

12:00-2:30p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 182

Physics Laboratory II (LAB)

PR

2

1214

CE6

TuW

7:10-9:40p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Physics

PHYSIC 182

Physics Laboratory II (LAB)

PR

2

1215

CE6

TuW

7:10-9:40p

Harbor

C Yelleswarapu

Political Science

POLSCI 103

Introduction to Political Theory

3

1063

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

H Schotten

Political Science

POLSCI 252

Modern Political Thought (D)

3

1061

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

U Tafe

Political Science

POLSCI 311

Political Parties (A)

3

1062

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

C Coscia

Political Science

POLSCI 488

Field Work in Politics

3

1079

CE8

Harbor

Staff

HU

PR

Div

Lab Fee

Undergraduate Courses

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Course Schedule | Summer 2018 22 / 23

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Political Science

POLSCI 489

Field Work in Politics

PR

3

1080

Political Science

POLSCI 495

Field Practicum in Politics

PR

9

Psychology

PSYCH 100

Introductory Psychology

SB

Psychology

PSYCH 100

Introductory Psychology

SB

Psychology

PSYCH 201

Introduction to Behavioral Research

Psychology

PSYCH 201

Psychology

Dist

Div

Days

Times

Lab Fee

Location

Instructor

CE8

Harbor

Staff

1081

CE8

Harbor

Staff

3

1336

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

3

1337

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

PR

3

1338

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Introduction to Behavioral Research

PR

3

1339

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

PSYCH 215

Abnormal Psychology

PR

3

1340

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 215

Abnormal Psychology

PR

3

1341

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 230

Social Psychology

PR

3

1342

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 230

Social Psychology

PR

3

1343

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 230

Social Psychology

PR

3

1466

CEO

Online

M Patterson

Psychology

PSYCH 241

Infancy and Childhood Development

PR

3

1344

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 242

Adolescence

PR

3

1345

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 250

Learning and Memory

PR

3

1346

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 335

Social Attitudes and Public Opinion

PR

3

1467

CEO

Online

M Patterson

Psychology

PSYCH 337

Communication and Society

3

1468

CEO

Online

M Patterson

Psychology

PSYCH 338

Community Psychology

PR

3

1350

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 343

The Psychology of Adult Development and Human Aging

PR

3

1347

CE2

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 360

Behavioral Neuroscience

PR

3

1348

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 360

Behavioral Neuroscience

PR

3

1349

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 370

Statistics

PR

MT

3

1351

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

28

Psychology

PSYCH 370

Statistics

PR

MT

3

1352

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

28

Psychology

PSYCH 415

Psychological Trauma: Individual and Society

PR

3

1353

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 430

Internship in Psychology

PR

6

1355

CE8

W

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Psychology

PSYCH 460

The Neuropsychology of Higher Cognitive Processes

PR

3

1354

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff


Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Psychology

PSYCH 463

Substance Abuse & The Brain

PR

3

1572

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

Staff

Sociology

SOCIOL 101

Introduction to Sociology

SB

3

1172

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

R Kefayati

Sociology

SOCIOL 101

Introduction to Sociology

SB

3

1469

CE2

Online

A Beckwith

Sociology

SOCIOL 101

Introduction to Sociology

SB

3

1173

CE6

MW

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

M Gregory

Sociology

SOCIOL 104

Introduction to Systems of Criminal Justice

3

1174

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

P Defazio

Sociology

SOCIOL 160

Social Problems

3

1470

CE2

Online

J Lageson

Sociology

SOCIOL 225L

Southeast Asians in the United States

SB

U

3

1578

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

K Ty

Sociology

SOCIOL 228L

Asian Women in the United States

SB

U

3

1575

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

L Thiem

Sociology

SOCIOL 262

Criminology

PR

3

1471

CE2

Online

J Lageson

Sociology

SOCIOL 268

Religion in Contemp Society

PR

3

1472

CE6

Online

J Griffin

Sociology

SOCIOL 336

The Sociology of Education

PR

3

1175

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

R Tyler

Sociology

SOCIOL 337

The Police in Society

PR

3

1729

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

G Walsh

Sociology

SOCIOL 341

Elements of Sociological Theory

PR

3

1176

CE2

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

J Capetillo

Sociology

SOCIOL 351

Methods of Sociological Research

PR

3

1177

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

T Reed

Sociology

SOCIOL 351

Methods of Sociological Research

PR

3

1178

CE6

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

J Passmore

Sociology

SOCIOL 352

Criminological Statistics and Data Analysis

PR

MT

3

1179

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Feldscher

Sociology

SOCIOL 355L

Gender,Development & Globilization

PR

WC

I

3

1503

CE2

Online

N Ali

Sociology

SOCIOL 355L

Gender,Development & Globilization

PR

WC

I

3

1504

CEO

Online

N Ali

Sociology

SOCIOL 367

Drugs and Society

PR

SB

3

1473

CE2

Online

S Hartwell

Sociology

SOCIOL 372

Globalization and Social Change

PR

I

3

1474

CE6

Online

D Finn

Sociology

SOCIOL 382

The Sociology of Gender

PR

U

3

1475

CE6

Online

C Feldscher

Sociology

SOCIOL 461

Internship in Law and Criminal Justice

PR

6

1181

CE8

W

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

G Horgan

Spanish

SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish I

PR

WL

4

1035

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Spanish

SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish I

PR

WL

4

1036

CE2

TuWTh

6:00-8:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Spanish

SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish I

PR

WL

4

1037

CE6

TuWTh

6:00-8:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Spanish

SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish I

PR

WL

4

1525

CEO

Online

P Chouinard

Spanish

SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish I

PR

WL

4

1526

CEO

Online

P Chouinard

PR

Dist

Div

SB

SB

SB

Lab Fee

Undergraduate Courses

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Course Schedule | Summer 2018 24 / 25

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

Dist

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

Lab Fee

Spanish

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish II

PR

WL

4

1038

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Spanish

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish II

PR

WL

4

1039

CE6

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

27

Spanish

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish II

PR

WL

4

1040

CE6

TuWTh

6:00-8:00p

Harbor

Staff

27

Spanish

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish II

PR

WL

4

1528

CEO

Online

M Berte

Spanish

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish II

PR

WL

4

1529

CEO

Online

M Berte

Spanish

SPAN 201

Intermediate Spanish I

PR

WL

3

1041

CE2

TuWTh

6:00-8:00p

Harbor

Staff

Spanish

SPAN 202

Intermediate Spanish II

PR

WL

3

1042

CE6

TuWTh

6:00-8:00p

Harbor

Staff

Supply Chain & Service Management

SCSM 454L

Supply Chain Management

PR

3

1662

CE2

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

S Elahi

Theatre Arts

THRART 100

Introduction to Theatre

AR

3

1479

CE2

Online

C Quinn

Theatre Arts

THRART 100

Introduction to Theatre

AR

3

1306

CE6

Harbor

W Doncaster

Theatre Arts

THRART 100

Introduction to Theatre

AR

3

1480

CE6

Online

C Quinn

Theatre Arts

THRART 109

Multicultural American Drama

3

1739

CEO

Online

R Lublin

Theatre Arts

THRART 303

Musical Theatre

3

1307

CE2

MTuWTh

11:45a-1:45p

Harbor

T Gordon

Theatre Arts

THRART 310

Costume History

3

1305

CE6

TuTh

10:00a-1:00p

Harbor

R Jaen

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 110

Gender in Global Context

SB

3

1496

CEO

Online

N Ali

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 150

Women, Culture and Identity

HU

3

1497

CEO

Online

J Sinha

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 210G

Gendered Bodies

3

1131

CE2

Harbor

C Maley

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 240

Educating Women

3

1498

CE2

Online

L Benson

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 260

Women’s Health Care

3

1499

CE6

Online

M Cordill

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 280

Special Topics: Women, Addiction, Alcoholism

3

1500

CE2

Online

M Cordill

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 325L

Sexual Identities in American Culture

HU

3

1727

CE6

TuTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

Staff

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 341L

Gender and Film: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

WC

3

1132

CE2

MW

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

C Maley

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 355L

Gender,Development & Globilization

PR

WC

I

3

1501

CE2

Online

N Ali

Women’s and Gender Studies

WGS 355L

Gender,Development & Globilization

PR

WC

I

3

1502

CEO

Online

N Ali

Div

I

PR U

PR

TuTh

MW

10:00a-1:00p

10:00a-1:00p


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$575.00

On-campus 2 » Non-matricuated

$575.00

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$625.00

» Matriculated Mass. Non-Resident

$950.00

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Combined Mandatory Summer Fee: $237

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Course Schedule | Summer 2018 26 / 27

Department

Catalog #

Title

PreReq

American Studies

AMST 691

American Studies Summer Institute

PR

3

Anthropology

ANTH 685

Summer Field School in Historical Archaeology

PR

Anthropology

ANTH 685

Summer Field School in Historical Archaeology

Anthropology

ANTH 685

Applied Behavioral Analysis

Dist

Div

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

1728

CE8

MTuWThF

8:30a-12:30p

JFK Library

Staff

6

1054

CE7

Plymouth

D Landon

PR

6

1056

CE7

Grafton

S Mrozowski

Summer Field School in Historical Archaeology

PR

6

1084

CE8

Connecticut

S Silliman

ABA 655

Organizational Behavior Management (OBM)

PR

3

1011

CE3

W

5:00-9:00p

Harbor

D Almeida

Applied Behavioral Analysis

ABA 665

Verbal Behavior

PR

3

1012

CE3

Th

5:00-9:00p

Harbor

C Macmanus

Applied Linguistics

APLING 670

Testing in the Bilingual/ESL Classroom

PR

3

1392

CEO

Online

P Infante

Biochemistry

BIOCHM 583

Biochemistry I

3

1570

CE2

Harbor

M Sugumaran

Biology

BIOL 506

Marine and Coastal Ecological Research

PR

3

1073

CE8

Nantucket

E Boyle

Biology

BIOL 506

Marine and Coastal Ecological Research

PR

3

1074

CE8

Nantucket

E Boyle

Biology

BIOL 540

Marine Mammal Biology

PR

3

1069

CE7

Nantucket

S Brault

Biology

BIOL 540

Marine Mammal Biology

PR

3

1070

CE7

Nantucket

S Brault

Counseling

COUNSL 605

Principles of Vocational, Educational, and Psychological Assessment

3

2301

CEO

Web Conf: Tu

Web Conf: 5:30-6:30p

Online

J Soldner

Counseling

COUNSL 614

Counseling Theory and Practice I

3

1308

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Counseling

COUNSL 614

Counseling Theory and Practice I

PR

3

1310

CE7

MTuWThF

8:15a-12:00p

Dartmouth

E Mahdavi

Counseling

COUNSL 614

Counseling Theory and Practice I

PR

3

1311

CE7

MTuWThF

8:15a-12:00p

Dartmouth

E Mahdavi

Counseling

COUNSL 614

Counseling Theory and Practice I

PR

3

1312

CE7

MTuWThF

8:15a-12:00p

Dartmouth

E Mahdavi

Counseling

COUNSL 614

Counseling Theory and Practice I

PR

3

1313

CE7

MTuWThF

8:15a-12:00p

Dartmouth

E Mahdavi

Counseling

COUNSL 616

Group Counseling and Group Dynamics

PR

3

1314

CE7

MTuWThF

1:15-5:00p

Dartmouth

E Mahdavi

Counseling

COUNSL 617

Child and Adolescent Counseling

PR

3

1309

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Counseling

COUNSL 650

Group Counseling for Children and Adolescents

PR

3

1315

CE7

MTuWThF

1:15-5:00p

Dartmouth

E Mahdavi

Critical and Creative Thinking

CRCRTH 611

Seminar in Critical Thinking (SEM)

3

1419

CE6

Web Conf: 5:00-8:00p

Online

P Taylor

Critical and Creative Thinking

CRCRTH 612

Seminar in Creativity (SEM)

3

1420

CE2

Online

Staff

Critical and Creative Thinking

CRCRTH 627

Issues and Controversies in Antiracist and Multicultural Education (SEM)

3

1421

CE6

Online

P Mosely

Education

EDCG 630

Inclusion PreK-12:Diversity and Equity in Inclusive Settings

3

1429

CEO

Online

C Denning

MW

1:30-4:30p

Lab Fee


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Title

Location

Instructor

Education

EDCG 648

New Literacies and Emerging Technologies across the Content Areas

3

1428

CEO

Online

M Kessler

Education and Administration

ADMG 627

Legal Issues In Educ

3

1531

CE8

MTuWTh

1:30-4:30p

Harbor

W Lupini

Education and Administration

ADMG 632

Facility Design and Fiscal Management

3

1532

CE8

MTuWThF

9:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

Education Leadership

EDLDRS 701

Leadership Workshop I

PR

3

1585

CE5

MTuWTh

1:00-4:00p

Harbor

Staff

Education Leadership

EDLDRS 703

Critical Issues I

PR

3

1586

CE5

MTuWTh

9:00a-12:00p

Harbor

Staff

Education Leadership

EDLDRS 740

Research Methods in Educational Leadership I

PR

3

1587

CE5

MTuWTh

9:00a-12:00p

Harbor

W Yan

Education Leadership

EDLDRS 743

Measurement and Research Instrument Design

PR

3

1588

CE8

MTuWTh

8:30a-1:00p

Harbor

W Yan

Education Leadership

EDLDRS 748

Evaluation: Theory and Practice

PR

3

1589

CE8

MTuWTh

1:00-5:30p

Harbor

W Yan

English

ENGL 610

The Teaching of Composition

PR

3

1623

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

L Bowen

English

ENGL 611

The Teaching of Literature

PR

3

1624

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

A Mueller

English

ENGL 683

Literary Sites and Spaces

3

1622

CE8

MTuWThFSa

10:00a-5:00p

Harbor

Staff

English

ENGL 696

Independent Study

PR

1-6

1620

CE2

Group Study

Staff

English

ENGL 696

Independent Study

PR

1-6

1621

CE6

Group Study

Staff

Environmental Sciences

ENVSCI 623L

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

4

1438

CEO

Online

J Zhu

Gerontology

GERONGR 622

Aging in Society

3

1444

CE2

Web Conf: W

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

R Dwyer

Gerontology

GERONGR 629

Psychological Impact of Aging

3

1445

CE2

Web Conf: M

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

E Birchander

Gerontology

GERONGR 638

An Overview of Environmental Gerontology: The Micro-to-Macro Continuum

3

1446

CEO

Web Conf: Tu

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

M De Rose

Gerontology

GERONGR 645

Marketing of Aging Services

3

1443

CEO

Web Conf: Tu

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

R Dwyer

Gerontology

GERONGR 650

Service Delivery Issues in Aging

3

1731

CEO

Web Conf: M

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

J Hyde

Gerontology

GERONGR 692

Capstone Project Seminar in Managment of Aging Services

3

1448

CEO

Web Conf: Th

Web Conf: 7:00-8:30p

Online

J Hyde

History

HIST 682

Topics in American History

3

1517

CEO

Online

T Hacsi

Instructional Design

INSDSG 601

Foundations in Instructional Design and Learning Technology

3

1456

CEO

Online

L Andrews

Instructional Design

INSDSG 634

Project Management in Instructional Design

PR

3

1457

CE6

Online

F Keefe

Instructional Design

INSDSG 646

Universal Course Design: A Pathway to Mindful and Creative Adult Learning for All

PR

3

1458

CEO

Online

V Haven

Instructional Design

INSDSG 655

Project in Multimedia

PR

3

1459

CEO

Online

R Hogue

Instructional Design

INSDSG 684

Design and Instruction of Online Courses

PR

3

2180

CEO

Online

R Hogue

PR

Dist

Div

Cr/ Ceu

Catalog #

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Lab Fee Graduate Courses

PreReq

Department

170


Course Schedule | Summer 2018 28 / 29

Department

Catalog #

Title

Latin

LATIN 602

Caesar

Latin

LATIN 670

Active Learning methodologies for Teachers of Latin

Latin

LATIN 670

Latin

PreReq

Dist

Div

Cr/ Ceu

Class #

Session

Days

Times

Location

Instructor

3

1524

CEO

Online

R Colaizzi

PR

2

1678

CE8

Salem

P Barrios-Lech

Active Learning methodologies for Teachers of Latin

PR

3

1679

CE8

Salem

P Barrios-Lech

LATIN 675

Living Text

PR

2

1680

CE8

Salem

P Barrios-Lech

Latin

LATIN 675

Living Text

PR

3

1681

CE8

Salem

P Barrios-Lech

Mathematics

MATH 545

Probability & Statistics I for Secondary Teachers

3

1769

CE2

MTuWTh

10:00-11:30a

Harbor

Staff

MBA Accounting and Finance

MBAAF 603

Massachusetts In the Global Economy

PR

3

1717

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Accounting and Finance

MBAAF 610

Accounting for Managers

PR

3

1718

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Accounting and Finance

MBAAF 611

Intermediate Accounting

PR

3

1719

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Accounting and Finance

MBAAF 620

Financial Management

PR

3

1720

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Accounting and Finance

MBAAF 623

Financial Modeling

PR

3

1721

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Analysis & Communications

MBAACM 684

Written communication for Managers

3

1650

CE2

Online

K Hatzis

MBA Management

MBAMGT 660

Business and Its Environment

PR

3

1690

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Management

MBAMGT 664

The Legal Environment of Business

PR

3

1691

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Management

MBAMGT 689

Strategic Management

PR

3

1692

CE6

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Management

MBAMGT 698

Practicum

PR

3

2700

CEO

Online

J Goldman

MBA Management Science

MBAMS 630

Statistical Analysis for Managers

PR

3

1666

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

S Elahi

MBA Management Science

MBAMS 635

Operations Mgt

PR

3

1667

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

F Mahdavi Pajouh

MBA Management Science

MBAMS 640

Computer & Info Syst

PR

3

1668

CE2

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

MBA Marketing

MBAMKT 670

Marketing Management

PR

3

1688

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

B Manning

MBA Marketing

MBAMKT 672

Services Marketing

PR

3

1689

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

R Powers

MBA Marketing

MBAMKT 677

Database & Internet Marketing

PR

3

1463

CE2

Online

Staff

MBA Marketing

MBAMKT 680

Entrepreneurship in China/US

PR

3

1464

CE2

Online

R Liu

Nursing

NURSNG 607

Evidenced Based Teaching Practices

3

1628

CEO

Online

J MulreadyShick

Nursing

NURSNG 614

Advanced Pathophysiology

PR

3

1629

CEO

Online

H Lee

Nursing

NURSNG 614

Advanced Pathophysiology

PR

3

1630

CEO

Online

H Lee

Lab Fee


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Department

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PreReq

Nursing

NURSNG 615

Advanced Health Assessment Practicum

PR

3

1631

Nursing

NURSNG 615

Advanced Health Assessment Practicum

PR

3

Nursing

NURSNG 631

The Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse

PR

Nursing

NURSNG 634

Advanced Pharmacology for the Advanced Practice Nurse

Nursing

NURSNG 634

Nursing

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Session

Days

Times

Lab Fee

Instructor

CEO

Online

E Latour

1632

CEO

Online

E Latour

3

1633

CEO

Online

M Fischer

PR

3

1634

CEO

Online

P Brooks

Advanced Pharmacology for the Advanced Practice Nurse

PR

3

1635

CEO

Online

P Brooks

NURSNG 637

Mental and Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family

PR

3

1636

CEO

Online

S Kim

34

Nursing

NURSNG 637

Mental and Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family

PR

3

1637

CEO

Online

S Kim

34

Nursing

NURSNG 639

Primary Care of Adults

PR

3

1638

CEO

Online

T Buttaro

Nursing

NURSNG 670

Primary Care of the Adult Practicum

PR

6

1639

CEO

Online

K Ouzts

Nursing

NURSNG 670

Primary Care of the Adult Practicum

PR

6

1640

CEO

Online

K Ouzts

Nursing

NURSNG 681

Primary Care of the Childbearing Family

PR

3

1641

CEO

Online

M Ferguson

Nursing

NURSNG 682

Practicum in Primary Care of the Family

PR

6

1642

CEO

Online

D Aloe

91.5

Nursing

NURSNG 682

Practicum in Primary Care of the Family

PR

6

1643

CEO

Online

D Aloe

91.5

Nursing

NURSNG 682

Practicum in Primary Care of the Family

PR

6

1644

CEO

Online

M Ferguson

91.5

Nursing

NURSNG 760

Introduction to Biostatistics: Biostatistics I

3

1645

CEO

Online

L Shi

Nursing

NURSNG 780

Epidemiologic Methods

3

1646

CEO

Online

C Fidopiastis

Public Administration

PUBADM 620

Analytic Skills I: Skills for Policy Analysis

PR

3

1271

CE6

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

Staff

Public Administration

PUBADM 625

Public Budgeting and Financial Management

PR

3

1270

CE2

MW

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

S Pooler

Rebldng After Disasters

CRSCAD 522

Migrants and Refugees

3

2176

CE6

Online

P Kretsedemas

Rebldng After Disasters

CRSCAD 602L

Climate Change, Food & Water Resources

3

1422

CE6

Online

J Clifford

Spanish

SPAN 515

Latin American Film for the Spanish-Language Classroom

3

1476

CE2

Online

P Anderson

Special Education

SPEG 684

Computers in Special Education

3

1478

CEO

Online

A Moody

Urban Planning & Community Dev

UPCD 602L

Climate Change, Food & Water Resources

3

1423

CE6

Online

J Clifford

Urban Planning & Community Dev

UPCD 623L

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

4

1439

CEO

Online

J Zhu

Graduate Courses

Div

Cr/ Ceu

Location

PR

Dist

170


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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Please note: Non-credit course fees are per course. Non-credit courses may offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs), and Professional Development Points (PDPs) as noted in the matrix.


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Catalog #

Title

Addictions Counselor Education Program

ACDTSP 006

Addictions Counselor Education Program

PreReq

Dist

Div

Ceu

Class # Dates

Family Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency Treatment

3

ACDTSP 007

Practicum in Alcoholism/Chemical Dependency

Addictions Counselor Education Program

ACDTSP 007

Addictions Counselor Education Program

Days

Location

Instructor

1441

Online

W Drinkwater

30

1439

Online

W Drinkwater

Practicum in Alcoholism/Chemical Dependency

30

1440

Online

K Clark

ACDTSP 018

Criminal Justice and Substance Abuse

4

1314

Jul 12-Aug 23

Th

5:30-9:30p

Framingham

J Christian

Addictions Counselor Education Program

ACDTSP 018

Criminal Justice and Substance Abuse

4

1315

Jul 13-Aug 24

Th

5:30-9:30p

Framingham

J Christian

Addictions Counselor Education Program

ACDTSP 044

Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating Substance & Mental

4

1442

Online

W Drinkwater

Addictions Counselor Education Program

ACDTSP 069

LACD Test Prep

1

1437

Online

K Clark

Business Analytics

PRFTRN 177

Fundamentals of Business Analytics

1.8

1336

May 26-Jun 30

Bayside

K Pochampally

Global Post-Disaster Reconstruction Studies

PRFTRN 175

Migrants and Refugees

3.5

1335

May 29-Aug 23

Online

P Kretsedemas

Human Resource Management

HRM 001

Human Resource Management

3.6

1450

May 29-Jul 12

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

Harbor

D Wudyka

Project Management

PROJMGT 002

Practical Project Management

3.5

1332

May 31-Aug 23

Th

6:30-9:30p

Bayside

K Pochampally

Project Management

PROJMGT 002

Practical Project Management

3.5

1333

May 29-Aug 23

Online

K Pochampally

Project Management

PROJMGT 005

PMP Exam Prep

2.7

1334

May 29-Jul 31

Bayside

K Pochampally

Sa

Tu

Times

9:00a-12:00p

6:30-9:30p

Lab Fee Corporate and Professional Training

Department


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NON-CREDIT COURSE, PROGRAM, CERTIFICATE, AND DEGREE DESCRIPTIONS


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Corporate & Professional Training ADDICTIONS COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM caps.umb.edu/acep The Addictions Counselor Education Program (ACEP) offers the highest-quality education to persons seeking to begin or advance their careers in the treatment of alcohol and chemical dependence. The program consists of six core courses plus practicum. Depending on their previous educational experience, students may need to complete two additional courses in order to meet licensure requirements. College of Advancing and Professional Studies’ professional training programs address the educational needs of working professionals who need to acquire specialized knowledge and skills in their field, or who want to prepare themselves for a new career but do not need a degree or credit certificate. We offer these programs in fields ranging from substanceabuse treatment to project management. College of Advancing and Professional Studies noncredit programs include our English as a Second Language programs, which have been offering ESL courses in a variety of formats for over fifteen years, as well as our Graduate Test Preparation courses.

ACEP offers a fully online program, with online courses in English and Spanish, and recertification courses through DigitalChalk. ACEP is available in a face-to-face classroom format, with classes meeting either at the UMass Boston campus or at convenient sites, including Downtown Boston and the South Shore. Face-to-face programs require an interview and permission to enroll. Online English and Spanish programs do not require permission to enroll. Winner, UPCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2013) Contact Reca Quarles (617.287.7900, reca.quarles@umb.edu) BUSINESS ANALYTICS Fundamentals of Business Analytics umb.edu/academics/caps/corporate/ fundamentals_of_business_analytics Data analytics is an emerging interdisciplinary area of machine learning, data mining, predictive analytics, text mining, forecasting and optimization, and statistics. Interpreting and presenting the results of data analysis is a highly regarded skill in today’s world. It provides insights into how to improve the performance of any organization. This course provides the fundamental concepts and methods needed to understand the emerging role of business analytics in organizations. Learn how to apply basic business analytics methods, and how to communicate with analytics professionals to effectively use and interpret analytic models and results for making better business decisions. Fundamentals of descriptive analytics, predictive analytics, and prescriptive analytics are covered.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) caps.umb.edu/esl ESL Students - You must register with Erika White, 617.287.7876. Office: Wheatley Hall, W-2-203. Assessment and Course Placement To ensure that students are placed in appropriate courses and levels, they must attend an assessment session. The session consists of several types of tests: grammar, listening and reading comprehension, and a writing sample. There is also an interview with a program instructor. Formal classes begin only after the orientation period. University Preparation caps.umb.edu/esl/upp Participants experience an integrated program focused on instruction in university study skills, academic writing, and content-based course work typical of an American university classroom. Candidates seeking admission to UMass Boston undergraduate programs may submit their work in University Preparation in lieu of a TOEFL exam score. Students who choose this option must receive a favorable evaluation by their instructors and must submit a portfolio of essays written during their program of study. Summer ESL in Boston caps.umb.edu/esl/summer These summer sessions are designed to accommodate students at all levels of English proficiency. Whatever your goals, and whatever your level—beginner, intermediate, or advanced speaker of English—you will find a course of study suited to your needs. GRANT WRITING Successful Grant Writing 2.0: Preparing Proposals and Budgets PRFTRN 146 caps.umb.edu/corporate/grant_writing_proposals In this intensive, non-credit course, you will review basic concepts about proposals and budgets and then hone your proposal and budget-development skills through at-home


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Corporate & Professional Training assignments, in-class exercises, and oral presentations. The aim is to enable you to master “best practice” approaches to preparing proposals and budgets. For advanced beginners and intermediatelevel proposal writers. Successful Grant Writing, from A to Z PRFTRN 081 umb.edu/academics/caps/corporate/ grant_writing Writing a proposal is only one crucial part of a much larger process—namely, how to build and sustain successful, long-term relationships with foundations. Completing this course will give students a solid understanding of best practices in how to secure grants and, in turn, build effective relationships with foundations over time. The course consists of in-class instructional sessions, short assignments, and brief supplemental readings. The in-class sessions will include lectures, discussions, and student presentations, and are designed to be highly interactive; participation is key (and welcome!). The research and writing assignments will include practice using the Foundation Center’s Directory Online database (access will be provided for several weeks, free of charge), as well as several short, yet focused, writing projects. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Human Resource Management HRM 001 caps.umb.edu/corporate/hrmgmt This non-credit Human Resource Management course provides an overview of the Human Resource function. The practical topics in this course will enable you to address the issues that a human resource professional actually encounters in organizations of all sizes. When you successfully complete this course, you will receive 3.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Human Behavior and Human Resource Management HRM 002 caps.umb.edu/corporate/hrmgmt Understanding the nature of human behavior is an essential part of a Human Resource manager’s job. HR managers must critically evaluate people and situations that could be detrimental to the success, mission, goals, and performance of the organization. In this course, you will also be introduced to HR concepts that will advance your knowledge of the HR organization and the ways in which it creates value for the firm. When you successfully complete this course, you will receive 3.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). ORGANIZING AND MANAGING SENIOR TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS CERTIFICATE Senior Transportation Options PRFTRN 117 caps.umb.edu/corporate/senior_ transportation This certificate program is appropriate for professionals in the field of aging services and transportation services interested in addressing senior transportation challenges and planning to meet the mobility needs of an aging population. The certificate consists of 5 modules, awarding 1 CEU per module. You can take a single 3-week module, any combination of 3-week modules, or the entire 15-week certificate program. PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT AND NON-PROFITS Performance Management PRFTRN 093 caps.umb.edu/corporate/governmentperformance This course explores what performance management means and how government agencies and non-profits can adopt this management approach. The course shows how to develop skills to refine the way goals and strategies are articulated so that they can be effectively measured, and to select practical performance measures.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PMP® Exam Prep PROJMGT 005 caps.umb.edu/corporate/pmp_exam_prep This course covers the following concepts contained in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) - Sixth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc.: • The five process groups: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing • The ten knowledge areas: (Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources, Communications, Risk, Procurement, and Stakeholder), process inputs and outputs, process tools and techniques, and professional and social responsibilities Practical Project Management PROJMGT 002 caps.umb.edu/corporate/projectmgmt Practical Project Management provides professionals with the skills they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive job market. Materials in this class are based on the Project Management Institute. Highly interactive, expert instruction. Project Risk Management PROJMGT 008 caps.umb.edu/project_risk_management Digital Badge This is a self-paced, online course that covers the following 6 steps of project risk management, as prescribed by the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®): • Risk management planning • Risk identification • Qualitative risk analysis • Quantitative risk analysis • Risk response planning • Risk control


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Degree & Certificate Programs College of Advancing and Professional Studies graduate courses are drawn from a wide range of UMass Boston master’s and doctoral programs; many of these programs are offered through the College of Advancing and Professional Studies. Students may generally apply up to six credits they earn as non-matriculated students toward a graduate degree or certificate; however, successfully completing a graduate course does not imply admission to a graduate program. Many of these courses are open to any student with a bachelor’s degree, but others have prerequisites or require permission of the instructor or the graduate program office. If you have questions about your eligibility to enroll in a graduate course, turn to Academic Information at the back of this bulletin; for further assistance call 617.287.7900.

This 30-credit program focuses on the acquisition of English as a second or subsequent language, as well as crosscultural relationships and interethnic communication. Its interdisciplinary core curriculum includes courses in basic and contrastive linguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics and cross-cultural perspectives, together with courses on teaching methodology for elementary, secondary, and adult education programs. Call 617.287.6000 or email aplingonline@umb.edu UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES Bachelor of Arts in Global Affairs caps.umb.edu/degree/global_affairs The online BA in Global Affairs, the first online Bachelor of Arts degree to be offered at UMass Boston, is an interdisciplinary program that prepares graduates for advanced study and careers in governance, politics, NGO leadership, consultancy, enterprise systems, and management of regional economies.

MA in Conflict Resolution (Israel) caps.umb.edu/degree/conflict_resolution_ ma_israel This program is an experiential program in which students live, work, observe, and collaborate with Jewish and Palestinian residents in one of the only communities around the world where Palestinians and Jews live together in equality and peace, Wahat al-Salaam/Neve Shalom [Oasis of Peace] in Israel. Call 617.287.6000

Contact Denise Sharif, Program Manager (617.287.7918; GlobalAffairs@umb.edu)

MA Critical and Creative Thinking caps.umb.edu/degree/creative-thinking

Online RN-to-BS Program caps.umb.edu/degree/rnbs

This 33-credit MA allows students to develop as reflective practitioners in any field of work, often leading to new practices that support change in education, organizational work, social settings, and arts and sciences. Our students are involved in various levels of education, business settings, performing and fine arts, communications and media, health care, sciences, and non-profit and community-based organizations.

The online RN-BS program maximizes accessibility and convenience to a college degree for highly motivated, independent nursing professionals. The nursing course portion of the program operates on a cohort model, whereby a group of students completes the same program of study over five semesters. Email belinda.clanton@umb.edu or call 617.287.7500 MASTER’S AND POST-MASTER’S DEGREES MA in Applied Linguistics: English as a Second Language and Foreign Language Pedagogy Concentrations caps.umb.edu/degree/apling

Also offered as a track within the MA in Critical and Creative Thinking, Science in a Changing World prepares students to focus on science in the context of social change or individual intellectual development. Call 617.287.7636 or email cct@umb.edu


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Degree & Certificate Programs Online MA in History caps.umb.edu/degree/history The Online Master of Arts in History offers a rigorous set of required and elective courses, along with supervised research and writing projects. The focus of the Online MA curriculum is modern US and European history, though courses will be offered in non-Western and early modern areas as well. Contact Professor Vincent Cannato (617.287.6863; vincent.cannato@umb.edu) MEd in Instructional Design caps.umb.edu/degree/instructional_ design This practical 36-credit master’s program is ideal for career professionals engaged in the education, training, and development of adult learners in the workplace. An independent study and a field experience may be included.

in the state of Massachusetts as a guidance counselor. Students complete a series of general counseling courses and courses specific to guidance counseling. In addition, students complete field experiences in school settings through practicums and internships.

A degree program and graduate certificate option for those who want to work in a professional setting assisting blind/ visually impaired adult populations to integrate compensatory skills and assistive technology that will enable them to live safe, productive, and independent lives.

Call 617.287.6000 or email enrollment.info@umb.edu

Contact Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385; laura.bozeman@umb.edu)

MEd in Vision Studies: Orientation and Mobility caps.umb.edu/degree/orientation_mobility

MPA in Global Comparative Public Administration caps.umb.edu/degree/global_comparative_ public_ administration_mpa

This 37-credit online graduate curriculum is accessible across the six New England states, with locally-based field experience coordinated throughout the two-year program of study. Students who complete the curriculum are eligible to sit for the National Professional Certification Examination of the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals.

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) in Global Comparative Public Administration (GCPA) educates a new generation of global public administrators and is targeted toward both working professionals and recent undergraduates seeking to develop administrative and analytical skills with a global comparative perspective. Email global.comparative@umb.edu

Call 617.287.7749 or email instructionaldesign@umb.edu MEd Learning, Teaching and Educational Transformation (non-licensure) caps.umb.edu/degree/ltet A master’s track designed for individuals who do not wish to be certified in Massachusetts (or who are already certified), it helps students work in a broad range of education-related professions, including those outside of classroom teaching, such as adult- and communitybased education, educational research, policy analysis, philanthropy, and advocacy. A blended program of face-to-face, online, and combination study.

Visit www.nercve.umb.edu or contact the program office at 617.287.7584 or 617.287.4385 MEd in Vision Studies: Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments caps.umb.edu/degree/visual_impairments This 37-credit degree leads to state licensure as a teacher of students with visual impairments, after which graduates are able to apply for reciprocal licensure in each of the six New England states and each state participating in the NASDTEC interstate licensure agreement. The curriculum is regionally accessible across the six New England states, with locally-based field experience coordinated throughout the program.

Contact the College of Education and Human Development (617.287.7625; grad.teachered@umb.edu)

Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2003)

MEd in School Counseling caps.umb.edu/degree/schoolcounseling

www.nercve.umb.edu or program office at 617.287.7595 or 617.287.4385

This 60-credit master’s degree in school counseling, primarily online, meets the academic requirements for certification

MEd in Vision Studies: Specialization in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy caps.umb.edu/degree/vision-rehab-therapy

MS in Family Therapy caps.umb.edu/degree/familytherapy The online MS Program in Family Therapy curriculum comprises basic professional counseling content and theory and provides comprehensive framework for learning family therapy. It meets the academic and clinical requirements for accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE). Call 617.287.6000 or email enrollment.info@umb.edu MS in Gerontology (Management of Aging Services Track) caps.umb.edu/degree/gerontology The Management of Aging Services Track offers students an advanced degree in the growing field of long-term care. Students will develop skills in policy development and analysis, program management, administration, and finance, with a focus on the aging population. Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative


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Program Award (2007); UCEA Outstanding Credit Program Award (2008). Email ellen.birchander@umb.edu or lillian.glickman@umb.edu MS in Mental Health Counseling caps.umb.edu/degree/mentalhealth In this 60-credit master’s degree, students complete a series of general counseling courses and courses specific to mental health counseling. In addition, students complete field experiences in mental health settings through the practicum and internship. The curriculum meets the academic requirements for licensure in the state of Massachusetts as a mental health counselor. Call 617.287.6000 or email enrollment.info@umb.edu MS in Rehabilitation Counseling caps.umb.edu/degree/rehab In this 60-credit master’s, which meets the academic requirements for national certification as a certified rehabilitation counselor, students complete a series of general counseling courses and courses specific to rehabilitation counseling. In addition, students complete field experiences in rehabilitation counseling settings through the practicum and internship. Call 617.287.6000 or email enrollment.info@umb.edu Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice caps.umb.edu/degree/doctor_of_nursing

UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATES Frank J. Manning Certificate in Gerontology caps.umb.edu/certificates/manning This 18-credit, four-course certificate program is designed for individuals currently working in or new to the field of gerontology. This program provides students with an understanding of the aging network and aging process through direct service, research, field placements, and advocacy. The Frank J. Manning Certificate Program is designated as a: • Program of Merit by the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education • Deemed Status Provider of Nursing Home Administrators by the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators • Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2012) Contact the Undergraduate Gerontology Program (ug.gerontology@umb.edu) Spanish/English Translation caps.umb.edu/certificates/spanishtrans This 12-credit program has been designed to help meet the worldwide demand for multilingual professionals, educators, and students. Explore the history, principles, theory, and practice of oral and written translation. Practice the techniques of legal, medical, technical, general, and literary translation and learn to use specialized dictionaries and other essential reference materials. Students will also improve their knowledge of English and Spanish syntaxes, morphologies, and semantic systems.

knowledge and clinical experience that will prepare them to sit for a gerontology, adult, or family nurse practitioner certification examination. Contact Michelle Ferguson michelle.ferguson@umb.edu Applied Behavioral Analysis for Special Populations caps.umb.edu/certificates/aba This six-course graduate sequence enables students to assess, design, implement, and evaluate applied behavior analysis (ABA) programs by providing them with the knowledge, concepts, and skills of basic ABA principles, ethical considerations, generalization strategies, and application to special populations and settings. Completion of all six courses will meet the coursework requirement to sit for the National Behavior Analyst Certification Board licensing examination. Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2004); UCEA Outstanding Credit Program Award (2005) Contact Mary Brady (617.287.7254; mary.brady@umb.edu) Business Analytics Certificate caps.umb.edu/certificates/business_ analytics A 4-course online certificate focused on the transformative capabilities of BA and the technologies needed for implementation. The certificate is designed to facilitate integrating BA into enterprise business processes.

A 39-credit doctoral program, open to applicants holding a master’s degree with preparation as family, gerontological, or adult nurse practitioners, or as clinical nurse specialists. The DNP is differentiated from the PhD by its focus on developing graduates at the highest level of excellence in nursing practice and clinical leadership.

Contact Peggy Fitzgerald (617.287.7550; margaret.fitzgerald@umb.edu)

Contact Tara Norton (617.287.7855; tara.norton@umb.edu)

GRADUATE CERTIFICATES

Critical and Creative Thinking caps.umb.edu/certificates/cct

Contact Michelle Ferguson, michelle.ferguson@umb.edu

This 12- or 21-credit certificate program is designed to assist RNs who have an MS degree in nursing to acquire the

Adult/Gerontology and Family Nurse Practitioner (NP) Post-Master’s caps.umb.edu/certificates/nurse_practitioner

This 15-credit graduate certificate in critical and creative thinking trains students to tackle challenging real-life problems, generate new ideas, and take them through to realization in their various educational, professional, artistic, and


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Degree & Certificate Programs social settings. A variety of approaches are introduced —from invention and dialogue to listening, and teamwork—that promote creativity and acceptance of diverse perspectives. Contact Peter Taylor (617.287.7636, cct@umb.edu) Database Technology caps.umb.edu/certificates/databasetech This 12-credit certificate program is geared toward programmers and software professionals who wish to acquire a systematic education in database technology. It provides a solid anchoring in state-of-the-art database technology and trains students to become database application developers or database administrators. Contact Gemma Galecia (617.287.6441; gemma.galecia@umb.edu) Evaluation Research Certificate caps.umb.edu/certificates/evaluation_ research The 15-credit graduate certificate in evaluation research prepares individuals to evaluate programs, practices, and institutions in a broad array of fields, including education, health and human services, criminal justice, and community development and planning.

Game-Based Teaching with Technology Certificate caps.umb.edu/certificates/game_based_ teaching While this five-course online graduate certificate is geared towards Pre-K-12 teachers who want an additional Massachusetts license in instructional technology, anyone who works in a learning setting and wants to expand their pedagogy by converting their curriculum into a curricular game and meets the program requirements is welcome in the program. Contact Janna Kellinger (janna.kellinger@umb.edu) Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy caps.umb.edu/certificates/glpp This program prepares women for careers in politics, policy making, public and nonprofit management, research, planning, and the law. It offers a unique combination of graduate-level academic work in policy studies, analytical and research skills, and substantive internships tailored to students’ policy interests and professional goals. Intensive advising and professional development workshops are an important component of the program.

Contact Anna Madison (anna.madison@umb.edu)

Progress in Equity Award, Honorable Mention, AAUW (2005); Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2005); UCEA Outstanding Credit Program Award (2006); Progress in Equity Award, AAUW Massachusetts (2008)

Forensic Services caps.umb.edu/certificates/forensicservices

Contact program staff at pwppp@umb.edu or 617.287.6732

Intended for criminal justice and mental health professionals, this 16-credit graduate certificate program is designed to provide a strong grounding in behavioral sciences, at the same time offering practical skills and competencies in mental health and criminal justice, which will enable students to serve as effective professionals in a variety of social service environments.

Gerontology (Focus on Management of Aging Services) caps.umb.edu/certificates/gerontology

Contact Sylvia Mignon (forensic.services@umb.edu)

This graduate certificate is targeted to individuals in the aging network who are looking to upgrade their skills or advance in new directions within the field, and for those looking to enter the field. Class scheduling will reflect the needs of a working student population. Students will have the option of applying these 15 hours

toward the 30-hour Management of Aging Services master’s degree. Contact Lillian Glickman (lillian.glickman@umb.edu) or Ellen Birchander (617.287.7338; ellen.birchander@umb.edu) Healthcare Informatics caps.umb.edu/certificates/healthcare_ informatics A unique and innovative online certificate consisting of four courses in the field of healthcare informatics. The certificate is designed to facilitate the delivery of modern health care systems by focusing on concepts and tools that aid decision making in healthcare. Contact Tara Norton (617.287.7855; tara.norton@umb.edu) Instructional & Learning Design Graduate Certificate (online) caps.umb.edu/academics/caps/ certificates/instruction_learning_design This 15-credit graduate certificate focuses specifically on design, assessment, and evaluation considerations of instruction. As well, this certificate addresses learning theory and other design elements required in training and education. The content of this certificate is applied across all education and training arenas that involve adult learners, including higher education institutes, corporate associations, and healthcare industries. Target populations include educational professionals, training managers and specialists, and design mavens who hold a bachelor’s, master’s, or terminal degree and are interested in a certification in instructional design. Contact Judith Erdman (617.287.5980; judith.erdman@umb.edu) Instructional Technology Design (online) caps.umb.edu/certificates/instructional_ design This 15-credit graduate certificate program is designed to meet the high-technology training needs of academic, corporate,


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and public educators. It is intended for instructional designers, training professionals, and instructional technologists responsible for the design, development, and management of technology-based learning programs. Educators will also find that the coursework in this program will enable them to better serve their audience. Coursework will include a balance of instruction and discussion, lab time, and design teams producing multimedia projects. Contact Judith Erdman (617.287.5980; judith.erdman@umb.edu) Orientation and Mobility caps.umb.edu/certificates/ orientationmobility The 19-unit sequence is designed for vision teachers and other vision professionals interested in obtaining certification in O/M from the international professional organization AER (Association of Education and Rehabilitation of Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired/Blind). Contact Laura Bozeman, Program Coordinator (laura.bozeman@umb.edu; 617.287.4385) Science in a Changing World caps.umb.edu/certificates/changing-worldscience This 15-credit graduate certificate prepares students to focus on science in the context of social change or individual intellectual development. (This program is formally a track in the Critical and Creative Thinking graduate program.) Contact Felicia Sullivan, asst. coordinator (sicw@umb.edu; 617.287.7636)

Teaching of Writing caps.umb.edu/certificates/teachingwriting This 15-credit graduate certificate program is designed for K-12 teachers and administrators in all subject areas who want to learn strategies to strengthen students’ writing and thinking skills, develop expertise in teaching writing and literacy across the curriculum, gain a deeper understanding of literacy learning, and improve their own writing. Contact Denise Patmon, Faculty Advisor, or Glenn Mitchell, Graduate Program Director (tel. 617.287.7620; fax 617.287.7664) Vision Rehabilitation Therapy caps.umb.edu/certificates/vision-rehabtherapy A graduate certificate option for those who want to work in a professional setting assisting adult populations who are blind/ visually impaired integrate compensatory skills and assistive technology that will enable them to live safe, productive, and independent lives. Visit nercve.org/current-students/vrtprogram


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Centers, Institutes & Partnerships Broadening Advanced Technological Education Connections (BATEC)

China Program Center umb.edu/academics/caps/centers/cpc

BATEC is a National Science Foundation– funded National Center of Excellence for Computing and Information Technologies working in the urban areas of Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, and Las Vegas. BATEC is working to define, extend, and strengthen computing and information technology pathways and career opportunities for high school, community college, and university students; facilitate and leverage strategic partnerships with education, business, government, and the community to build awareness, generate interest, and support learning opportunities; conduct actionable research to inform policy makers, educators, and workforce development agencies; and participate in and lead the national discussion on the subject of integrated curriculum and applied IT.

The China Program Center seeks to advance scholarly and business collaborations between China and America through innovative programs, including practical training, trade missions, government exchanges, and joint academic ventures. The center provides tools needed to build successful American-Chinese joint ventures, bringing business and cultural knowledge about the two countries to its audiences through innovative academic courses, training sessions, internships, workshops, and mentorships.

Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2005); UCEA Outstanding Non-Credit Program Award (2006) Contact Deborah Boisvert (617.287.7295; deborah.boisvert@umb.edu). Center for Innovation and Excellence in eLearning (CIEE) umb.edu/academics/caps/centers/ciee CIEE has been created to promote, encourage, and sponsor the study of eLearning in the university, corporate, and public sectors, and will become the hub for a broad range of initiatives in basic research, new design and development of tools/products, instructional design models, accessibility and usability, and best practices within the various modes of eLearning. Findings will be disseminated through the publication of an online journal, a publicaccessible online database, an annual conference, and an electronic “best practices” document. For more information about the center, please contact Alan Girelli, Director (alan.girelli@umb.edu).

Winner, Associated Industries of Massachusetts Global Outreach Award (2004) Winner, UCEA New England Innovative and Creative Programming, Mandarin Summer Camp & Programs for Teachers of Chinese (2009) Contact Wanli Hu, Director (617.334.9385; wanli.hu@umb.edu) Marine Studies Consortium UMass Boston is a member of the Marine Studies Consortium, an association of Massachusetts higher education and research institutions whose mission is to increase understanding of coastal and marine ecosystems and to promote policies that protect aquatic resources. The consortium’s undergraduate academic program offers unique learning opportunities in marine and aquatic sciences, environmental policy, and environmental management. Courses are held during the evenings on the campuses of member institutions. For enrollment and program information, please contact Robyn Hannigan (robyn.hannigan@umb.edu)


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Offices, Services & Resources The CAPS office (Wheatley Hall, 2nd floor, room 203) is open throughout the year to distribute information and resolve problems. Regular office hours are: Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am–5:00 pm; Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm. General Information Reca Quarles 617.287.7900 caps@umb.edu Registration Registration Info Line

617.287.6200

(for information only) Registration Fax Line

617.287.7902

Academic Advising capsadvisor@umb.edu DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAM INFORMATION Corporate/Professional Training Olga Lauterbach 617.287.7298 olga.lauterbach@umb.edu Distance Learning Distance Learning, Online Courses & Programs

617.287.7912

capsonline@umb.edu English Language Study Erika White 617.287.7876 esl.caps@umb.edu Field Study & Programs on Nantucket Elaine Sullivan 617.287.7915 elaine.sullivan@umb.edu International Programs Erika White 617.287.7876 caps.abroad@umb.edu

GETTING TO UMASS BOSTON umb.edu/the_university/ getting_here/directions DIRECTIONS TO UMASS BOSTON The university is only three miles from downtown Boston and is easily accessible by public or private transportation. From the north or west: Take the Southeast Expressway to exit 15. Turn left onto Columbia Road. Enter the rotary and take the first right (Morrissey Boulevard). Bear right of the traffic island, following the UMass Boston sign. Proceed past the Boston Globe building. Turn left into the campus.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION View the buses in real time at umb.transloc.com or through the smartphone app “TransLoc Transit Visualization.” Free and frequent shuttle bus service is provided between the university and JFK/UMass Station on the MBTA Red Line, and from the campus to the Bayside parking area via the #3 bus. Route #1 stops at the Campus Center, weekdays. Route #2 buses stop at the Campus Center, the Massachusetts Archives, the JFK Library, and the Clark Athletic Center Circle, 7 days a week.

From the south: Take the Southeast Expressway to exit 14 (near the National Grid tank). Follow Morrissey Boulevard northward to the campus.

Route #3 stops are at the Bayside parking area, the Campus Center, and the Clark Athletic Center Circle, weekdays.

PARKING Full details about parking availability and rates, as well as a detailed map of the campus, are available on the Parking Dept. website.

Buses following MBTA Routes 8 and 16 also stop at the university. For more information, visit umb.edu/ the_university/getting_here or call 617.287.5040.

Visitors may also obtain automated information at 617.287.5040, or call Customer Service at 617.287.4000.


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Fees & Payments ATHLETICS beaconsathletics.com BOOKSTORE umb.bkstr.com CAFETERIA umb.edu/campus_center/ services/dining COMPUTER LABS umb.edu/it/getting_services/ computer_labs DISABILITY SERVICES umb.edu/academics/vpass/ disability EMERGENCY CANCELLATIONS umb.edu FINANCIAL AID SERVICES umb.edu/students/financial_ aid HEALTH SERVICES umb.edu/healthservices HOUSING REFERRAL SERVICE umb.edu/life_on_campus/ housing LIBRARY umb.edu/library PUBLIC SAFETY umb.edu/public_safety SAILING PROGRAM umb.edu/marineops STUDENT EMAIL umb.edu/it/getting_services/ email

STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE umb.edu/life_on_campus/ student_affairs STUDENT ID CARDS umb.edu/life_on_campus/ beaconcard TUTORIAL SERVICES umb.edu/academics/vpass/ academic_support/tutoring VETERANS SERVICES admissions.umb.edu/veterans

COURSE FEES Please visit our website for details on fees: caps.umb.edu/credit/summer LAB FEES Lab fees must be paid for certain courses, as indicated in the course matrix. SERVICE FEES The following fees are paid only by students to whom the specified conditions apply: Records Fee $10 (For non-matriculated students) Returned Check or e-Check Fee $28 (when applicable) DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FEES Please visit the Bursar’s website and link to “Other Fee Information” for a detailed breakout and explanation of additional mandatory fees paid by those seeking to matriculate or are currently matriculated into a degree or certificate: umb.edu/ bursar/tuition_and_fees PAYMENTS caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ registration/payment REFUND POLICY caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ registration/refund COURSE FEE WAIVER POLICY caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ registration/waiver Please refer to the URL above for a complete, detailed description of waiver

guidelines, options, and exclusions. WHEN TO REGISTER caps.umb.edu Please refer to the Academic Calendar, on page one of this bulletin, or to our website for important dates and deadlines. HOW TO REGISTER caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ registration/how Some courses require special permission to register. These courses are appropriately marked within our website and printed bulletin. Note: All registrations are accepted on the basis of available space. ADDING AND DROPPING COURSES caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ registration/add_drop CANCELLATIONS caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ registration/cancellation


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ELIGIBILITY FOR ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Courses caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ academic/eligibility College of Management umb.edu/academics/cm/ug_ programs/academics/options_ for_non_majors Prerequisites and Permission If you are uncertain about whether you have met a prerequisite, you should contact the appropriate academic department or program.

DIAGNOSTIC TESTING umb.edu/academics/vpass/ uac/testing_services ADVISING Matriculated students: umb.edu/academics/vpass/ uac Advising is also provided online through the College of Advancing and Professional Studies. Please contact our advisor by writing to capsadvisor@umb.edu. AUDITING caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ academic/auditing

WITHDRAWING FROM COURSES caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ academic/withdrawing GRADES umb.edu/registrar/grades_ transcripts/grading_system PASS/FAIL OPTION caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ academic/passfail ACADEMIC STANDING caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ academic/standing INTERNSHIPS AND COOPERATIVE EDUCATION umb.edu/academics/vpass/ career_services

TRANSFER CREDIT caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/ academic/transfer TRANSCRIPTS umb.edu/registrar/grades_ transcripts/requesting_ transcripts


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Summer 2018 CAPS Course Catalog  
Summer 2018 CAPS Course Catalog