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COLLEGE OF ADVANCING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON

Offices, Services SPRING 2017 COURSE&CATALOG Resources Online, evening, weekend, and off-campus classes

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Key Dates

& Deadlines

Start/End Dates

Spring 2017 Academic Calendar

Boston Campus Friday/Saturday Courses Registration Deadlines

Classes begin

Registration begins

Nov 7 (M)

CAPS Online Shopping Cart closes:1 Off-campus courses

Week of Jan 30

Classes end Makeup/Snow day

Feb 3 (F); Feb 4 (Sa) Apr 28 (F); Apr 29 (Sa) May 5 (F); May 6 (Sa)

8:30am, 1st class meeting

Friday courses

closes 8:30am, Feb 3 (F)

Braintree and Copley Courses

Saturday courses

closes 2:00pm, Feb 3 (F)

Classes begin

Week of Jan 30

Online courses

closes 2:00pm, Feb 3 (F)

Classes end

Week of May 1

Makeup/Snow day

Week of May 8

2

Drop deadline

Feb 6 (M)

Deadline for 100% refund

Feb 6 (M)

Technical Education Courses

Add/change deadline

Feb 13 (M)

Deadline for 50% refund3

Feb 13 (M)

Classes begin

Pass/Fail/Withdrawal deadline

Apr 20 (Th)

Classes end

Week of May 15

Makeup/Snow day

Week of May 22

Written permission from the instructor is required to enroll after the first day of classes. Students are also encouraged to register early as classes may fill to capacity ahead of the priority deadline. 1. Upon closing of the CAPS Shopping Cart, students will be required to register via WISER, by fax or in person at the One Stop. Written permission of the instructor will be required after the dates posted. 2. 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/ Change deadline. 3. No refunds will be given after the 50% refund deadline. For refund policy information, please visit caps.umb.edu/moreinfo.

Week of Jan 30

Online Courses Classes begin

Week of Jan 30

Classes end

Week of May 1

Please Note: If a course has start/end dates that differ from those listed above, they are noted in the Course Matrix schedule information. Final exams are held on the last day of class unless otherwise indicated by the instructor.

Registration Information For more information about registering for College of Advancing and Professional Studies courses, call 617.287.7900 or visit caps.umb.edu.

University Holidays

One Stop Office Hours

(The university will be closed)

Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-6:00pm

Christmas Holiday observed

Dec 26 (M)

Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm

New Year's Holiday observed Dec 29 (Th) - Jan 2 (M)

Extended Hours

Martin Luther King Day

Jan 16 (M)

Saturday, February 4: 8:00am-3:00pm

Vacation (Braintree, Copley)

Week of Feb 20

Spring Break

Mar 12-19 (Su-Su)

Patriot’s Day

Apr 17 (M)

Vacation (Braintree, Copley)

Week of Apr 17

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About the College of Advancing and Professional Studies The needs and goals of adult learners are unique. The commitment to study for advancement is a decision not made easily. The College of Advancing and Professional Studies (CAPS), one of 11 colleges and schools at UMass Boston, understands and delivers an "Education That's Built Around You": the excellence of a UMass Boston education tailored to help adults obtain the best opportunities for academic achievement.

More Information caps.umb.edu

Contact Us Tel 617.287.7900 Fax 617.287.7922 Email caps@umb.edu

Visit Us UMass Boston Wheatley Hall 2nd Floor, Room 203 Boston, MA 02125-3393

Hours Mon – Thu 8:30am – 5:00pm Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm

Our flexible scheduling options fit busy lives, our certificates and degrees feature applied studies that have immediate relevance in the workplace, and our faculty bring experiences from their respective fields into the online and on-campus classroom. Take your next steps today. Choose a single course to spark a new idea, enroll in a short-term professional development program to acquire fresh work-ready skills, or prepare to enroll by November 1 for one of our undergraduate or graduate degrees or graduate certificates as part of your strategy for long-term success. Whether you study on campus, online, or in a blended format, you will receive the highest quality education from UMass Boston Boston's public research university. Corporate and professional training. CAPS plays a key role in fulfilling UMass Boston’s workforce development mission through training contracts with corporations and government agencies, as well as through non-credit courses, seminars and certificate programs offering training in high-demand knowledge areas. English language study. Our English as a Second Language programs have brought students from all over the world to study English at UMass Boston. Many of these students go on to matriculate at the university, enriching the diversity of the campus experience.

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Summer and winter programs. One of the largest university summer sessions in New England, our 700+ summer courses, institutes, and study abroad programs are popular with UMass Boston students, students from other colleges and universities, and adult professionals such as educators, counselors and nurses. CAPS's winter session program offers courses in an intensive three-week January session, as well as study-abroad programs in destinations such as Puerto Rico, Italy, Cuba and India. i International programs. The CAPS short-term study abroad programs send students to the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia to study everything from archaeology to world economies. Our online courses and programs serve a global audience, and our China Program Center advances scholarly and business collaborations between China and America. s Commitment to sustainability. Through a growing body of green programs, and courses in green campus practices, the university community is moving from awareness to action on environmental issues. Creating America's first PhD in Green Chemistry, developing Biomimicry courses, supporting Green Harbors Project stewardship for Boston Harbor, joining with other visionary higher education leaders in signing the Talloires Declaration and joining 400+ colleges and universities worldwide in the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) are just a few of the notable steps UMass Boston has taken as academic leaders in this arena. Driving the future of learning. The College of Advancing and Professional Studies responds to the changing learning needs of students by utilizing the most advanced educational technologies and developing new paths to education that are relevant, timely and accessible.

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Undergraduate Courses by Department Accounting and Finance Advancing and Professional Studies Africana Studies American Studies Anthropology Arabic Art Asian Studies Biology Chemistry Classics Communication Criminal Justice Critical Reading and Writing Dance Economics English Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Exercise and Health Science French Gerontology Global Affairs Greek History Italian Latin Linguistics Management Management Science and Information Systems Mathematics Music Nursing Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Public & Community Services Core Sociology Spanish Study of Religion Technical Education Theatre Arts Women's and Gender Studies Graduate Courses by Department Applied Behavioral Analysis Applied Linguistics Business Administration (MBA) Critical and Creative Thinking Education Education Leadership Environmental Sciences Gerontology, Graduate Global Comparative Public Administration Global Post-Disaster Reconstruction Studies History Instructional Design Management Science and Information Systems Nursing Public Administration Spanish Special Education Technical Education Urban Planning & Community Development Women's and Gender Studies

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Online Learning

UMass Boston has been offering online courses and programs

o Online Degree Programs

through the College of Advancing and Professional Studies for over a decade, and our online offerings and instructors have won numerous awards. Through UMass Online, the University of Massachusetts online learning portal, UMass Boston's online

w Bachelor of Arts w Bachelor of Science

programs reach national and international students, building

w Master of Arts

online communities around the world.

w Master of Education

Online Courses Our online courses are developed by UMass Boston faculty and use the Blackboard Learn course management system.  You can register for these courses just as you would for any other credit

w Master of Public Administration w Master of Science w Post Master's w Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

course. Matriculated students register through WISER, nonmatriculated students may register using our online shopping cart

o Online Certificate Programs

or by downloading a registration form to mail or fax. If you register by mail or fax, please be sure to clearly print your email address.

m If you need further information about UMass Boston

online courses, contact: Jason Campos, 617.287.7912; jason.campos@umb edu.

w Undergraduate w Graduate w Post Master's w Corporate, Professional Development o Online Professional Training Courses Courses and programs in this catalogue marked with the o symbol are available online.

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WINTER BREAK

TAKE A COURSE OVER BREAK. JANUARY 3 - 20, 2017 It can help in so many ways - completing requirements, tackling a challenging subject, and taking a step closer to graduation. And then there are the exciting three-week winter study abroad programs! Currently planned for 2017 are study opportunities in Cuba, India, Italy, Puerto Rico, and more to come. Winter course information is available at caps.umb.edu/winter. Join our mailing list for updates and new program announcements. umb.edu/academics/caps/about/email 4 · Spring 2017

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SUMMER BREAK

Imagine that. SUMMER 2017 ISN'T FAR AWAY. Hundreds of choices to fit your needs.

     

 en Ed courses G Distribution/Diversity requirements GPA boosters  Internships Labs and research  Field Study International Study Nantucket programs

Course listings will be available in late winter at summer.umb.edu. Summer Session I: 5/30–7/13 Summer Session II: 7/17– 8/24

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SUMMER

STUDY

ABROAD BELIZE. CHINA. ECUADOR. ENGLAND. FRANCE. HAITI. ITALY. PUERTO RICO.

These are just a few of the many countries to host UMass Boston

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students for short-term, intensive studies in an international setting. Travel with experienced UMass Boston faculty and earn 3-9 credits.

The shorter programs allow you to have the rich study abroad experience and still enjoy your summer time with work, family and friends.

Get on our mailing list for updates and new program announcements. caps.umb.edu/international

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NANTUCKET

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PROGRAMS

SUMMER ON NANTUCKET

SEMESTER ON NANTUCKET

IT'S AN EXPERIENCE

IMAGINE AN ENTIRE ISLAND AS

LIKE NO OTHER.

YOUR CLASSROOM.

A mix of environmental science and humanities courses offered throughout the summer. 2017 dates will be announced late winter.

During one-semester residential program, study environmental topics through classroom and field study, and community engagement.

Get on our mailing list for updates

Learn more. Visit:

and program announcements.

umb.edu/NantucketSemester

summer.umb.edu/nantucket

or contact Professor Elizabeth Boyle, elizabeth.boyle@umb.edu

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Contact Information & Directions

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Offices, Services & Resources What’s Inside Spring 2017

ii Key Dates and Deadlines 1 About College of Advancing and Professional Studies 3 Online Learning Course Information 10 Course Matrix 24 Professional Training & Non-Credit Courses Degree and Certificate Programs 28 Degree and Certificate Programs 33 Centers, Institutes & Partnerships General Information 34 Contact Information & Directions 35 Offices, Services & Resources 36 Academic Information 37 Fees & Payments 38 Registration Information Transportation Information

Postmaster: Send address changes to: UMass Boston, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125-3393. All information in this publication is subject to change. For the most current course information, visit caps.umb.edu. To request an alternate-format version of this bulletin, please call 617.287.7900. College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

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Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Courses marked with “PR” in “Prereq” column have prerequisites or permission requirements that must be met before enrolling. Room codes in the “Location” column identify the building, floor and room where an on-campus class is held. H: Healey Library, M: McCormack Hall, S: Science Building, ISC: Integrated Science Building, W: Wheatley Hall, Y: University Hall. W-1-0003 = Wheatley, 1st floor, Room 0003. New Classroom Facilities: 150 Mount Vernon Street, Columbia Point (formerly known as the off-campus Expo), adjacent to the Bayside Parking Lot and UMass Boston #3 bus stop. Rooms are named, not numbered. So the matrix will list these class locations like this: BCL - Room name

Beacon Hill: One Beacon Street, Boston 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 by navigating through caps.umb.edu.

Course Fees for Spring 2017 Visit caps.umb.edu/credit/spring/fees for Spring 2017 course fees. Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

3

4466

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

6:00-9:00p

Copley

Staff

5092

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

4467

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

3

5093

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

5094

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

3

5116

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

I

3

5097

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Ejueyitchie

Lab Fee

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE AF 201

Personal Finance

AF 210

Financial Accounting

AF 480

Accounting Internship

PR PR

Staff Staff

ADVANCING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES CAPS 111

Introduction to Biomimicry

NS

AFRICANA STUDIES Introduction to African-American AFRSTY 100 Literature AFRSTY 101

Introduction to Africana Studies

WC

I

3

5095

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

AFRSTY 270

The Black Image on Stage and Screen

AR

U

3

4469

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

AFRSTY 300L

Women in African Cultures

I

3

5098

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

AFRSTY 310

Modern Caribbean Society

I

3

5057

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

HU

3

5099

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

SB

3

Y Nuruddin 8:15-11:15a

W-1-0044 C Odle

11:45a-2:45p

W-1-0057 J Rene

C Ejueyitchie

AMERICAN STUDIES AMST 101

Popular Culture in America

ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 106 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 211

Human Origins

PR

ANTH 220G

Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Change in Amazonia

PR

ANTH 247

Ancient Cities & States

ANTH 262

Dreams & Dreaming

ANTH 272

Peoples and Cultures of Africa

ANTH 366

The Anthropology of Religion

PR

ANTH 367

Social and Cultural Perspectives on Witchcraft and Sorcery

PR

Staff

5100

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

4473

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

3

5101

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

4474

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

3

5102

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Schoenfelder

3

5103

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Pasto

3

5104

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

B Worley

3

5105

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Pasto

WC

3

5106

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

B Worley

WL

4

4476

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4130

T Al-Bakaa

27

WL

4

4477

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-4-4140

A Mouhib

27

AR

3

4478

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4170

C Scollans

AR

3

4480

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

9:00a-12:00p Y-4-4380

K Dacey

112

4481

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

12:15-3:15p

K Dacey

112

NS

WC WC

I

E Kelley 11:45a-2:45p

W-1-0045 E Kelley T Ashok

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4140

E Kelley

ARABIC ARABIC 101

Elementary Arabic I

ARABIC 102

Elementary Arabic II

PR

ART ART 100

The Language of Art

ART 281

Drawing I

PR

Y-4-4380

ASIAN STUDIES ASIAN 359L

Women in Modern China

ASIAN 363L

Modern Japan

ASIAN 371

Environmental Issues in China

WC

I

3

5114

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

I

3

5115

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

9337

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

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J Babbitts P Novick 3:00-6:00p

W-1-0046 J Clifford

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Undergraduate Courses

Visit caps.umb.edu/spring for complete and up-to-date course descriptions, schedules, and fee information. Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

NS

3

4482

NS

4

4483

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

A Bradley

LEC

Jan 30-May 3

MW

6:30-9:30p

Braintree

A Baldinger

NS

3

5117

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Katz

Lab Fee

BIOLOGY BIOL 108

Introduction to Nutrition

BIOL 112

General Biology II

PR

CHEMISTRY CHEM 111L

Environmental Concerns and Chemical Solutions

CLASSICS CLSICS 270

The Life and Works of Julius Caesar

HU

3

5118

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Colaizzi

CLSICS 281

Greek Civilization

WC

3

5119

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Barnard

CLSICS 289

Rome in Hollywood

HU

3

5120

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Barnard

SB

3

5125

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Raben

5126

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Raben

5128

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

B Hendrix

5129

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

4484

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

3:15-6:15p

Y-1-1320

R Levy

5051

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4120

J Gehring

3

5127

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

5052

COMMUNICATION COMM 100 Introduction to Communication COMM 105 COMM 200

Oral Communication

3

The New Media Society

3

B Hendrix

COMM 210

Using Internet Communication

COMM 220

Interpersonal Communication

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4110

S Tardif

COMM 230

Intercultural Communication

3

4485

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-4-4100

M Kazemzadeh

COMM 280

Special Topics: Media Literacy and Pop Culture

3

5130

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Shelton

COMM 350

Political Communication

PR

3

5131

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Shelton

COMM 351

Communication Research Methods

PR

3

5053

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4100

P Leviss

3

4486

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

J Passmore

3

4487

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

6:00-9:00p

Copley

L Holmes

PR

CRIMINAL JUSTICE Introduction to Systems of Criminal CRMJUS 104L Justice CRMJUS 262L

Criminology

PR

CRMJUS 339L

The Sociology of Law

PR

3

5088

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

W-1-0044 R Tyler

CRMJUS 351L

Methods of Sociological Research

PR

3

4490

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

CRMJUS 363L

Punishment and Corrections

PR

3

4491

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-2-2330

CRMJUS 367L

Drugs and Society

3

5132

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

5419

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Taylor A MachsonCarter

CRITICAL READING AND WRITING CRW 282 Elements of Writing Proficiency

CRW 283

Proficiency in Analytic Writing

SB

R Raben

SB PR

D Finn K Lischinsky J Struzziery

5420

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

M

3

5422

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

AR

3

4492

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4370

SB

3

4493

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

5139

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

4494

LEC

Jan 30-May 1

M

5138

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

4495

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-1-1340

Staff

3

4496

LEC

Jan 30-May 3

MW

6:00-7:30p

Copley

Staff

4497

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

3:15-6:15p

Y-1-1340

Staff

PR

4:00-5:15p

Blended

C Taylor

DANCE DANCE 132

Ballet I

ECONOMICS ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics ECON 102

Introduction to Macroeconomics

PR PR

SB

3

E Lapuh K Carlson J Spitz

6:00-9:00p

Copley

K Carlson N Aman

ENGLISH ENGL 101

Composition I

ENGL 102

Composition II

ENGL 200

Introduction to Literary Studies

ENGL 201

Five British Authors

ENGL 201 ENGL 262G

PR PR

AR

3

4498

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

6:15-9:15p

Y-3-3370

Staff

PR

HU

3

4499

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

Staff

Five British Authors

PR

HU

3

5145

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Egle

The Art of Literature

PR

3

5146

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

V Karlis

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Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

ENGL 272G

The Art of Poetry

PR

ENGL 306

Advanced Nonfiction Writing

PR

ENGL 307

Journalism and Media Writing

PR

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

3

5147

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

4500

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-2-2330

Staff

3

5148

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Hennick

3

5150

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Zhu

3

5149

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

D Merwin

4

5151

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Zhu

Lab Fee

D Budden

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES ENVSCI 101

The Global Environment

ENVSCI 102

World Regional Geography

NS

ENVSCI 281

Introduction to Geographic Information PR Systems

I

EXERCISE AND HEALTH SCIENCE EHS 150

Introduction to Nutrition

PR

3

5143

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

EHS 280

Statistics for Health Professionals

PR

3

5144

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

GERONTOLOGY GERCTR 220

Demographics and Economics of Aging

3

5159

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: W 7:00-8:30p

Online

GERCTR 325

Applied Research in Aging

U

3

5157

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: W 7:00-8:30p

Online

N Silverstein

GERCTR 350

Influencing Aging Policy

3

5161

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Tu 7:00-8:30p

Online

R Sherman

GERCTR 355

Community Service with Elders

3

5158

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: W 7:00-8:30p

Online

N Silverstein

GERCTR 440

Working on a Gerontological Social Issue

3

5160

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Tu 7:00-8:30p

Online

P Oh

GLOBAL AFFAIRS GLBAFF 301 Contemporary Issues in Global Affairs

3

11084

LEC

Jan 30- May 5

Online

R Weiner

GLBAFF 309

International Terrorism

3

11184

LEC

Jan 30- May 5

Online

L Klarevas

GLBAFF 310

Global Financial Markets

3

LEC

Jan 30- May 5

Online

M Sharif

GLBAFF 313

Regional Political Economy

3

11188

LEC

Jan 30- May 5

Online

M Bingulac

G Umholtz

R Sherman

GREEK GREEK 151

Biblical Greek I

WL

3

5121

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

HIST 211

Foundations of Western Civilization

HU

3

5226

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Brink

HIST 212

Modern Western Civilization

HU

3

5227

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Sutton

HIST 213

World History to 1800

3

5478

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

T Johnson

HIST 214

Modern World History

SB

3

4503

LEC

Jan 30-May 1

M

6:00-9:00p

Copley

G Miller

HIST 265

American History before 1877

HU

3

5228

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Duff

HIST 266

American History since 1877

HU

3

5229

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Vox

HIST 316

Europe since 1945

3

5230

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Di Scala

HIST 319

History of the Mediterranean

3

5231

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Casini

HIST 324

Russia and the Soviet Union: From the 1917 Revolution to Putin

3

4506

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-3-3370

HIST 339

Modern Irish History from 1800 to present

3

4507

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

6:00-9:00p

Copley

HIST 359L

Women in Modern China

I

3

5232

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Babbitts

HIST 363L

Modern Japan

I

3

5233

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Novick

HISTORY

I

PR SB

WC

I

K Murphy G Burke

ITALIAN ITAL 101

Elementary Italian I

WL

4

4508

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

LATIN 101

Fundamentals of Latin I

WL

3

5122

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Colaizzi

LATIN 102

Fundamentals of Latin II

WL

3

5123

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Colaizzi

WL

3

4509

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-4-4120

D Ioannides

WL

3

4510

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4120

D Ioannides

3

4515

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

Staff

5175

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4140

M Natoli

LATIN

LINGUISTICS LING 152

Elementary American Sign Language II

LING 153

Elementary American Sign Language III

MANAGEMENT MGT 130 Introduction to Business

PR

12 · Spring 2017

R Anzenberger

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Undergraduate Courses

Visit caps.umb.edu/spring for complete and up-to-date course descriptions, schedules, and fee information. Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS Introduction to Computers and MSIS 110 Information Systems

3

5423

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

V Chiachio

MSIS 123

Introduction to Information Security

3

5424

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

G Kelley

MSIS 124

Introduction to Visual Basic.NET

3

5425

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Stone

MSIS 224

Advanced Visual Basic.NET

3

5426

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Stone

MSIS 230L

Relational Databases

3

5433

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Kuilboer

PR

Times

Loc

Instructor

Lab Fee

MATHEMATICS MATH 115

College Algebra

PR

3

4511

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

6:15-9:30p

Y-4-4180

Staff

MATH 125

Introductory Statistics

PR

MT

3

4512

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:15p

Copley

Staff

MATH 130

Precalculus

PR

MT

3

4513

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:30a

Y-4-4160

Staff

MATH 134

Managerial Calculus

PR

MT

3

4514

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-3:00p

Y-4-4170

Staff

MUSIC MUSIC 111

An Introduction to Music

AR

3

4558

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-1-1290

S Cornelius

MUSIC 115

World Music

AR

I

3

4559

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

6:15-9:15p

Y-1-1290

S Cornelius

MUSIC 117

History of Country Music in America

AR

U

3

5177

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

MUSIC 121

Theory I

AR

3

5475

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-1-1340

E Badea

MUSIC 131

Elements: Keyboard I

2

5476

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4350

C Kim

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

D Pruett

Spring 2017  ·  13


Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

MUSIC 185

Applied Music: Flute

PR

1

4560

Applied Music: Flute

PR

1

4561

Applied Music: Bass

PR

1

4562

Applied Music: Bass

PR

1

4563

Applied Music: Clarinet

PR

1

4564

C Brezniak

Applied Music: Drums

PR

1

4565

B Sofferman

Applied Music: Guitar

PR

1

4566

P Janson

Applied Music: Guitar

PR

1

4567

D Landoni

Applied Music: Guitar

PR

1

4568

A Larget-Caplan

Applied Music: Guitar

PR

1

4569

A Levin

Applied Music: Piano

PR

1

4570

T McFarland

Applied Music: Piano

PR

1

4571

P Liaropoulos

Applied Music: Piano

PR

1

4572

C Lawlor

Applied Music: Piano

PR

1

4573

C Kim

Applied Music: Saxophone

PR

1

4574

M Perrett

Applied Music: Violin

PR

1

4575

P Buczek

Applied Music: Violin

PR

1

4576

A Douglass

Applied Music: Voice

PR

1

4577

D Giessow

Applied Music: Voice

PR

1

4578

J Cooper

Applied Music: Voice

PR

1

4579

T Gordon

Applied Music: Trumpet

PR

1

4580

S Aston

Applied Music: Cello

PR

1

4581

P Taylor

Applied Music: Trombone

PR

1

4582

S Hamlin

Applied Music: Organ

PR

1

4583

A Holman

Applied Music: Organ

PR

1

4584

B Karosi

Applied Music: Viola

PR

1

4585

P Buczek

Applied Music: Oboe

PR

1

4586

E Badea

Applied Music: Recorder

PR

1

4587

J Rosinkski

Applied Music: Horn

PR

1

4588

A Howorth

Applied Music: Bassoon

PR

1

4589

E Badea

Applied Music: Accordion

PR

1

4590

E Badea

Applied Music: String Bass

PR

1

4591

W Slater

Applied Music: Harp

PR

1

4592

C Kim

Applied Music: Euphonium

PR

1

4593

S Hamlin

Applied Music: Tuba

PR

1

4594

S Hamlin

Applied Music: Percussion

PR

1

4595

MUSIC 185

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Permission required. Private music lessons are by arrangement. Music lessons are 1 credit. Special Course Fee, 1hr: $865 Please contact the Music Department at 617.287.6980 to register for these courses.

Instructor J Rosinski S Brady W Slater M Hartt

E Huber

MUSIC 248

Universe of Music

AR

I

3

5178

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

D Patterson

MUSIC 268

Music of Latin America

AR

I

3

5179

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Janson

Staff

NURSING NURSNG 332

Legal, Ethical and Health Policy Issues in Nursing

PR

3

5279

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

NURSNG 361

Health Assessment and Promotion

PR

6

5054

LEC

Jan 31-May 16

Tu

5:00-9:30p

Hyannis

Staff

NURSNG 461

Community Health for Registered Nurses

PR

6

5055

LEC

Jan 31-May 16

Tu

5:00-9:30p

Hyannis

Staff

3

4516

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

6:00-9:00p

Copley

M Gunning

4517

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

W-1-0020 V Urbanek

4518

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

M Gunning

4519

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-4-4160

A Perez-Carrasco

4520

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

6:15-9:15p

Y-4-4170

A Perez-Carrasco

PHILOSOPHY PHIL 100 PHIL 108

Introduction to Philosophy Moral and Social Problems

HU HU

U

3

14 · Spring 2017

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Cr

Class # Type

Session

PHIL 207G

The Meaning of Life

PR

3

4521

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

M Gunning

4522

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4110

A Perez-Carrasco

3

4523

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

W-1-0044 J Bayne

3

5184

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

G Zabel

NS

3

5185

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

E Ginsberg

SB

3

4524

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

PHIL 222

Moral Issues in Medicine

PHIL 281

Special Topics

HU

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

Lab Fee

PHYSICS PHYSIC 134

Energy for the Future

POLITICAL SCIENCE Copley

A RiveraOttenberger

Online

R Peters

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-2-2330

A RiveraOttenberger

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

R Peters

4528

LEC

Jan 30-May 1

M

6:00-9:00p

Copley

T Dunne

4529

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-4-4180

C Cohen

POLSCI 101

Introduction to Politics

POLSCI 220

International Relations

3

TBA

POLSCI 371

Latin American Politics

3

4526

LEC

POLSCI 375

Third World Development

3

TBA

POLSCI 402

World Politics and World Order

3

4527

3

PSYCHOLOGY PSYCH 100 Introductory Psychology

SB

6:00-9:00p

H Shahdadi

PSYCH 201

Introduction to Behavioral Research

PR

3

4530

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

M Krendel

PSYCH 215

Abnormal Psychology

PR

3

4531

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-3-3370

A Hui

PSYCH 230

Social Psychology

PR

3

5058

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4180

S Morse

PSYCH 234

Psychology of Cross-cultural Relations

PR

3

4532

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

6:15-9:15p

Y-4-4160

Staff

PSYCH 241

Infancy and Childhood Development

PR

3

4533

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:30-9:30p

Braintree

R Daniele

PSYCH 250

Learning and Memory

PR

3

4534

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4170

Staff

PSYCH 301

Psychological Testing

PR

3

4535

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-3-3370

Staff

PSYCH 337

Communication and Society

3

5186

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

PSYCH 360

Behavioral Neuroscience

PR

3

4536

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

Y-4-4180

C Cohen

PSYCH 415

Psychological Trauma: Individual and Society

PR

3

4537

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

3:15-6:15p

Y-4-4160

Staff

PSYCH 470

History, Systems, and Theories of Psychology

PR

3

5187

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

U

M Milburn

S Conrad

PUBLIC & COMMUNITY SERVICES CORE PCSCOR 200

Concepts of Community

3

5180

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Uriarte

PCSCOR 220

Concepts of Social Justice

3

5181

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Madison

PCSCOR 325

Civic Engagement

3

5182

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

PCSCOR 350

Media and Society

3

5183

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

SOCIOLOGY SOCIOL 101

Introduction to Sociology

3

5188

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

4540

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

W-1-0045 R Tyler

3

4541

LEC

Feb 1-May 3

W

6:00-9:00p

Copley

3

5486

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

8:15-11:15a

W-1-0057 K Lischinsky

6:00-9:00p

Copley

SB

J Overton

SOCIOL 104L

Introduction to Systems of Criminal Justice

SOCIOL 160

Social Problems

PR

SOCIOL 262L

Criminology

PR

3

4545

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

SOCIOL 268

Religion in Contemp Society

PR

3

5189

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

SOCIOL 316

Family Violence

PR

3

4547

LEC

Jan 30-May 1

M

6:00-9:00p

Copley

SOCIOL 339L

The Sociology of Law

PR

3

5089

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

W-1-0044 R Tyler

SOCIOL 351L

Methods of Sociological Research

PR

3

4550

LEC

Feb 2-May 4

Th

6:00-9:00p

Copley

D Finn

SOCIOL 355L

Gender, Development & Globalization

PR

3

5190

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

SOCIOL 362

Juvenile Delinquency

PR

3

4551

LEC

Jan 30-May 1

M

6:30-9:30p

Braintree

P Defazio

SOCIOL 363L

Punishment and Corrections

PR

3

4552

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

11:45a-2:45p

Y-2-2330

SOCIOL 367L

Drugs and Society

PR

SB

3

5191

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Struzziery

SOCIOL 382

The Sociology of Gender

PR

SB

3

5192

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Struzziery

SB

WC

I

U

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

J Passmore

L Holmes J Griffin R Steinberg

N Ali K Lischinsky

Spring 2017  ·  15


Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

SPANISH SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish I

PR

4

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish II

PR

STUDY OF RELIGION Myth, History, and Prophecy: Old RELSTY 241 Testament

WL

WL

HU

4

I

TECHNICAL EDUCATION Special Course Fee: $750 each OCCED 218 Seminar for the Beginning VocationalTechnical Teacher

Class # Type

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4130

Staff

5193

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

4868

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

5194

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Anderson

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Berte

P Chouinard

5195

LEC

4553

LEC

Feb 4-Apr 29

Sa

5196

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Berte

3

5124

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Von Ehrenkrook

3

5354

LEC

Jan 30-May 15

M

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

M Ferri

5357

11:45a-2:45p

Y-4-4110

A Mogavero

LEC

Jan 30-May 15

M

5:00-7:30p

Waltham

B Morgan

OCCED 219

Managing Student Behavior & Creating a Safe & Healthy Environment

3

5359

LEC

Jan 31-May 16

Tu

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

R Galliher

OCCED 220

Teaching Methods for VocationalTechnical Education: Instructional Strategies

3

5361

LEC

Feb 1-May 17

W

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

Staff

OCCED 221

Teaching & Assessing the VocationalTechnical Learner

3

5363

LEC

Feb 2-May 18

Th

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

J Lynch

OCCED 222

Developing & Implementing a Standards Based Curriculum in Vocational-Technical Education

3

5365

LEC

Jan 31-May 16

Tu

5:00-7:30p

Cambridge M Ananis

5367

LEC

Feb 2-May 18

Th

5:00-7:30p

Somerville L DeSimone

OCCED 223

Teaching Methods for VocationalTechnical Education: Teaching Diverse Learners

3

5369

LEC

Jan 30-May 15

M

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

P Bassett

OCCED 224

Addressing the Needs of Students with Disabilities in Vocational-Technical Education

3

5371

LEC

Feb 1-May 17

W

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

C Berman

TECHNICAL EDUCATION - LICENSURE PREPARATION The following graduate courses are also accepted by DESE as fulfilling undergraduate requirements for vocational licensure. Please contact Richard McLaughlin, Center for Technical Education, with any questions at 617.287.7919 Special Course Fee: $800 PRFDVL 5V00

Engineering: Design for Educators

3

5373

LEC

PRFDVL 5V14

Multimedia Educators

3

5374

PRFDVL 5V23

ELA & Mathematics Frameworks

3

5375

3 3

Jan 31-May 16

Tu

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

K McDormand

LEC

Feb 1-May 17

W

5:00-7:30p

Danvers

T Rodolico

LEC

Jan 30-May 15

M

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

J Burke

5176

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

5474

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4190

T Gordon

THEATRE ARTS THRART 100

Introduction to Theatre

THRART 303

Musical Theatre

AR

C Quinn

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES WGS 100

Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexualities in the United States

SB

U

3

5215

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Benson

WGS 110

Gender in Global Context

SB

I

3

5216

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

N Ali

WGS 150

Women, Culture and Identity

HU

3

5217

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Benson

WGS 200

Twentieth Century Women Writers: A Feminist Perspective

AR

3

5218

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Ejueyitchie

WGS 220

Women and the Media

HU

WGS 240

Educating Women

WGS 260

Women's Health Care

WGS 300L

Women in African Cultures

WGS 345

Gender, Religion and Politics in South Asia

WGS 355L

Gender,Development & Globilization

WGS 359L

Women in Modern China

U

5056

LEC

Feb 3-Apr 28

F

3

5219

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

3

4556

LEC

Jan 31-May 2

Tu

3

5220

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Cordill

I

3

5221

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Ejueyitchie

WC

I

3

5222

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Mujumdar

WC

I

3

5223

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

N Ali

WC

I

3

5224

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Babbitts

U

PR

16 · Spring 2017

Lab Fee

3:00-6:00p

Y-4-4160

6:00-9:00p

Copley

C Maley C Ejueyitchie L Benson

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Graduate Courses

Visit caps.umb.edu/spring for complete and up-to-date course descriptions, schedules, and fee information. Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

3

4864

LEC

Jan 25-Mar 22

W

5:00-9:00p

H-LL-3505 B Jadro

4865

LEC

Jan 25-Mar 22

W

5:00-9:00p

Providence

4866

LEC

Mar 29-May 24 W

5:00-9:00p

H-LL-3505 D Almeida

5:00-9:00p

Providence

Lab Fee

GRADUATE COURSES APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS Special Course Fee for ABA 652 & 653: $1,650 each ABA 652 Assessment and Treatment of Problem PR Behavior

B Jadro

ABA 653

Skill Acquisition

PR

3

4867

LEC

Mar 29-May 24 W

ABA 661

Behavioral Analytic Approaches to Psychological Disorders

PR

3

5090

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Chok

ABA 698

Applied Behavior Analysis for Special Populations Practicum

PR

1-6

5091

PRA

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Almeida

D Almeida

APPLIED LINGUISTICS APLING 601

Linguistics

PR

3

5107

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Meyer

APLING 603

Cross-Cultural Perspectives

PR

3

5108

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K BeckmanBritto

APLING 605

Theories and Principles of Language Teaching

PR

3

5109

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Shin

APLING 612

Integrating Culture into the Language Curriculum

PR

3

5110

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Kiss

APLING 618

Teaching ESL: Methods and Approaches PR

3

5111

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Carhill-Poza

APLING 621

Psycholinguistics

PR

3

5112

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A O'Bryan

APLING 623

Sociolinguistics

PR

3

5113

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K BeckmanBritto

APLING 627

Phonetics and Phonemics

PR

3

TBA

Jan 30-May 5

Online

G Mikros

APLING 637

Ethnography of Education: Culture, Language, & Literacy

PR

3

TBA

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Bartolome

APLING 698

Practicum/Field Experience

PR

3

TBA

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Kiss

CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING CRCRTH 602

Creative Thinking

3

5319

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

Online

CRCRTH 615

Holistic & Transformative Teaching

3

5320

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: M 4:00-6:45p

Online

5327

SEM

Jan 30-May 15

M

W-4-0170 J Szteiter

CRCRTH 616

Dialogue Processes

3

5321

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

Online

CRCRTH 652L

Conceptual Change and Learning

3

5322

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Th 4:00-6:45p

5328

SEM

Feb 2-May 9

Th

CRCRTH 653L

Epidemiological Thinking and Population Health

3

5323

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Tu 4:00-6:45p

5329

SEM

Jan 31-May 9

Tu

Reflective Practice

1-3

5324

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: M 7:00-9:45p

Online

5330

SEM

Jan 30-May 15

M

W-4-0170 J Szteiter

5325

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Th 7:00-9:45p

Online

5331

SEM

Feb 2-May 4

Th

W-4-0170 J Szteiter

5326

SEM

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Tu 7:00-9:45p

Online

5332

SEM

Jan 31-May 9

Tu

W-4-0170 P Taylor

CRCRTH 688 CRCRTH 693

L Witkowski 4:00-6:45p

J Szteiter C Gunnlaugson

4:00-6:45p 4:00-6:45p 7:00-9:45p

Online

Staff

W-4-0170 Staff Online

P Taylor

W-4-0170 P Taylor J Szteiter

Action Research for Educational, Professional & Personal Change

3

Synthesis of Theory and Practice Seminar

3

EDCG 644

Developmental Stages: Childhood Adolescence

3

5140

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Kellinger

EDCG 660

Using Data to Plan Curriculum and Instruction

3

5141

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Kellinger

3

5142

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

F Menashy

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Introduction to Geographic Information ENVSCI 623L Systems

4

5152

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Zhu

GERONTOLOGY, GRADUATE Data: Research Methods GERONGR 610 Understanding for Managers

3

5451

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: M 7:00-8:30p

Online

K Gerst-Emerson

GERONGR 612

3

5450

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Su 7:00-8:30p

Online

M Matzo

CRCRTH 694

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

R Maurer P Taylor

EDUCATION

EDUCATION LEADERSHIP International Education Policy and EDLDRS 752 Leadership

Healthy Aging Perspectives

PR

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

150

Spring 2017  ·  17


Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

GERONGR 624 Aging Policy and Programming

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor K Kaffenberger

3

5454

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Tu 7:00-8:30p

Online

GERONGR 630

Residential Long Term Care Management

3

5458

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Th 7:00-8:30p

Online

K Kaffenberger

GERONGR 635

Leadership and Ethics in Aging Services

3

5460

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Th 7:00-8:30p

Online

C Arnold

GERONGR 638

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

3

5459

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Sa 9:00-10:30a Online

M De Rose

GERONGR 645

Marketing of Aging Services

3

5453

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Tu 7:00-8:30p

Online

R Dwyer

GERONGR 650 Service Delivery Issues in Aging

3

5452

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: M 7:00-8:30p

Online

P Rivard

Organization and Financing of Aging GERONGR 660 Services

3

5456

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: W 7:00-8:30p

Online

L Richardson

GERONGR 670

Human Resources & Personnel Management in Aging Services

3

5457

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Th 7:00-8:30p

Online

J Hyde

GERONGR 675

Organizational Change and Aging Services

3

5455

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: W 7:00-8:30p

Online

E Birchander

GERONGR 692

Capstone Project Seminar in Managment of Aging Services

3

5448

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: Su 7:00-8:30p

Online

P Nadash

3

5154

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

F Menashy

3

5134

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Awotona

3

5135

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Hartling

3

5136

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Lumb

3

5137

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Granberry

PR

GLOBAL COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION GCPA 613

Comparative Education Policy

GLOBAL POST-DISASTER RECONSTRUCTION STUDIES Reconstruction After the Cameras Have CRSCAD 603L Gone Human Dignity, Human Rights, and CRSCAD 621L Sustainable Post-Disaster Reconstruction Survival Skills for the 21st Cent: CRSCAD 624L Develop Personal, Organizational, & Community Resilience Skills The Political Economy of International CRSCAD 643L Migration HISTORY HIST 605

Introduction to Historiography

PR

3

5234

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

V Cannato

HIST 638

World War I

PR

3

5235

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Di Scala

HIST 682

Topics in American History

PR

3

5236

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Lock

HIST 690

Thesis Preparation

PR

3

5237

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

T Hacsi

3

5434

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Andrews

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN Foundations in Instructional Design and INSDSG 601 Learning Technology INSDSG 602

The Adult as Learner

3

5435

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

INSDSG 604

Communication Theory and Practice

PR

3

5477

LEC

Jan 31-Mar 17

Tu

INSDSG 605

Collaborative Learning Design

PR

3

5437

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

G Shwalb

INSDSG 607

Using Primary Research for EvidenceBased Practice

PR

3

5438

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Sharicz

INSDSG 616

Production of Computer-Based Training PR

3

5439

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

F Keefe

INSDSG 634

Project Management in Instructional Design

PR

3

5440

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

F Keefe

INSDSG 640

Planning, Design and Development of eLearning

PR

3

5441

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

C Manning

C Manning 5:00-7:20p

Blended

C Sharicz

MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS MSIS 634

Health Information Privacy & Security

3

5428

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Ayyagari

MSIS 635

Health Information Analytics

3

5429

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Du

MSIS 656

Information Storage Management

PR

3

5430

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Delvy

MSIS 670

Enterprise Business Intelligence

PR

3

5431

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

N Ashrafi

MSIS 671

Enterprise Data Warehousing for Business Intelligence

PR

3

5432

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Blake

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Lab Fee


Graduate Courses

Visit caps.umb.edu/spring for complete and up-to-date course descriptions, schedules, and fee information. Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

Lab Fee

MBA: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE Special Course Fee: $2,610 each MBAAF 601

Economics for Managers

PR

3

9597

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

Beacon Hill Staff

MBAAF 610

Accounting for Managers

PR

3

9402

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

6:00-8:45p

Beacon Hill W Wu

MBAAF 611

Intermediate Accounting

PR

3

5059

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

6:00-8:45p

BCL-HAMP Y Shi

MBAAF 612

Cost Accounting

PR

3

5060

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:45p

BCL-BRIS

MBAAF 613

Federal Tax Planning

PR

3

5062

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

BCL-NORF

R Kim

MBAAF 614

Financial and Managerial Auditing

PR

3

5064

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

6:00-8:45p

BCL-NORF

T Hogan

MBAAF 615

International Accounting

PR Financial Statement Analysis/Advanced PR Accounting

3

5065

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

6:00-8:45p

BCL-BERK

J Lee

3

5066

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:45p

BCL-SUFF

K Park

5067

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

6:00-8:45p

BCL-SUFF

K Park

MBAAF 617

Management of Accounting and Control PR

3

5068

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:45p

BCL-NORF

K Verma

MBAAF 618

Accounting Information Systems

PR

3

5069

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

BCL-BERK

M Radding

MBAAF 620

Financial Management

PR

3

9771

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:45p

Beacon Hill Staff

MBAAF 621

Advanced Corporate Finance

PR

3

5070

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

BCL-PLYM

M Wang

MBAAF 623

Financial Modeling

PR

3

5074

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:45p

BCL-PLYM

Z Rzakhanov

MBAAF 624

Managing Mutual Funds

PR

3

5076

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

6:00-8:45p

BCLDUKES

Staff

MBAAF 626

International Financial Management

PR

3

5077

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

6:00-8:45p

BCLDUKES

C Wan

MBAAF 627

Health System Financial Management

PR

3

5078

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

6:00-8:45p

BCLFRANK

K Verma

MBAAF 628

Portfolio Analysis and Investment Management

PR

3

5079

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

6:00-8:45p

BCL-PLYM

M Konan

MBAAF 630

International Economy & Business

PR

3

5080

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

BCL-HAMP Staff

MBAAF 631

Environmental Accounting and Finance

PR

3

5081

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

BCL-HAMP L Gao

MBAAF 634

Risk Management

PR

3

5082

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:45p

BCL-FRANK Z Rzakhanov

MBAAF 635

Mergers & Acquisitions

PR

3

5083

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:45p

BCL-HAMP Staff

MBAAF 691

Financial Accounting Theory & Analysis

PR

3

5084

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

6:00-8:45p

BCL-BRIS

S Kim

MBAAF 699

Master's Thesis

PR

3

9589

LEC

Jan 23-May 10

MW

4:00-5:15p

W-1-0041

A Chakraborty

MBA: MANAGEMENT Special Course Fee: $2,610 each MBAMGT 650 Organizational Analysis and Skills

PR

3

9408

LEC

Jan 26-May 4

Th

5:30-8:15p

Y-3-3305

Staff Staff

MBAAF 616

MBAMGT 664

J Chiafery

9600

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

6:00-8:45p

Beacon Hill

9604

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

7:00-9:45p

W-1-0061 Staff

3

9405

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

7:00-9:45p

W-2-0127 S Jackson

Legal Environment of Business

PR

NURSNG 615

Advanced Health Assessment Practicum

PR

6

5238

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

E Latour

NURSNG 620

Primary Care Dermatology I

PR

3

5256

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

G Blair

NURSNG 631

The Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse

PR

3

5239

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Curtin

NURSNG 634

Advanced Pharmacology for the Advanced Practice Nurse

PR

3

5240

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

T Buttaro

5241

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Brooks

NURSNG 637

Mental and Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family

PR

3

5242

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Kim

34

5243

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Kim

34

NURSNG 639

Primary Care of Adults

PR

3

5244

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

T Buttaro

5245

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Hackel

NURSNG 670

Primary Care of the Adult Practicum

PR

6

5246

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Ouzts

5247

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

T Buttaro

5248

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Crabtree

5249

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

B Rowlands

NURSING

NURSNG 671

Primary Care of the Older Adult

PR

3

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

91.50

Spring 2017  ·  19


Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

Cr

Class # Type

Session

Days

NURSNG 672

Primary Care of the Older Adult Practicum

PR

6

5250

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

NURSNG 681

Primary Care of the Childbearing Family PR Practicum in Primary Care of the Family PR

3

5252

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Ferguson

6

5253

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

D Aloe

91.50

5255

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Ferguson

91.50

3

5257

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

Staff

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Special Course Fee for PUBADM 624 & 629: $1,710 each E-Government: PUBADM 611 PR The Internet and Public Policy

3

5156

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Manoharan

PUBADM 624

WPPP: Spring Internship

PR

3

5417

LEC

Jan 25-May 10

W

6:00-8:30p

W-10006

PUBADM 629

Leadership and Organizations: Gender, Power and Authority

PR

3

5418

LEC

Jan 24-May 9

Tu

6:00-8:30p

W-1-0041 T Wallach

PUBADM 645

Program Evaluation

PR

3

5155

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

NURSNG 682 NURSNG 780

Epidemiologic Methods

Times

Loc

Instructor

Lab Fee

B Rowlands

91.50

C Kelleher

M Zhang

SPANISH SPAN 502

Technology for the Spanish-Language Classroom

3

4869

LEC

Jan 23-May 8

M

SPAN 512

Assessing Foreign-Language Learners (Spanish)

3

5198

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Mraz

3

5201

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

M Murphy

PR

3

5199

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

LMS Chat: M 4:00-6:45p

PR

3

5200

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

SPECIAL EDUCATION Introduction to Disabilities for SPEG 621 Educational Professionals Standardized Assessments for SPEG 624 Students with Moderate Disabilities, PreK-12 Building Collaborative Partnerships SPEG 630 with Families of Students with Disabilities

4:00-6:45p

W-10006

Online

P Chouinard

L Lo L Lo

TECHNICAL EDUCATION - LICENSURE PREPARATION The following graduate courses are also accepted by DESE as fulfilling undergraduate requirements for vocational licensure. Please contact Richard McLaughlin, Center for Technical Education, with any questions at 617.287.7919 Special Course Fee: $800 each PRFDVL 5V00

Engineering: Design for Educators

3

5373

LEC

Jan 31-May 16

Tu

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

K McDormand

PRFDVL 5V14

Multimedia Educators

3

5374

LEC

Feb 1-May 17

W

5:00-7:30p

Danvers

T Rodolico

PRFDVL 5V23

ELA & Mathematics Frameworks

3

5375

LEC

Jan 30-May 15

M

5:00-7:30p

Wakefield

J Burke

4

5153

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Zhu

3

5225

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

P Taylor

URBAN PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Introduction to Geographic Information UPCD 623L Systems WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES Seminar in Gender, Culture, Society/ WGS 583 Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies

PR

20 · Spring 2017

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Non-credit Professional Devevelopment Courses

Visit caps.umb.edu/spring for complete and up-to-date course descriptions, schedules, and fee information. Pre- Dist Div CEUs Class # Type Req NON-CREDIT, CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES Catalog #

Title

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

Course Lab Fee Fee

Please note: Non-credit course fees are per course. Non-credit courses may offer CEUs or Continuing Education Units, and PDPs or Professional Development Points as noted in the matrix below. ADDICTIONS COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM - A NAADAC APPROVED EDUCATION PROVIDER ACDTSP 001

ACDTSP 002

ACDTSP 003

ACDTSP 005

ACDTSP 006

ACDTSP 007

Use & Abuse Of Alcohol & Other Drugs In Society

PR

Delivery Of Alcoholism & Chemical PR Dependency Treatment Services

Counseling The Alcoholic & Other Chemically Dependent Persons

Psychopharmacology

Family Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency Treatment

Practicum In Alcoholism / Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation

PR

PR

PR

PR

3-4

3-4

3-4

3-4

3-4

30

1235

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

UMB

W Gilligan

565

1237

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

Taunton

K Bambrick

565

1239

LEC

Feb 2-Mar 23

Th

5:30-9:30p

Beacon Hill

J Christian

565

1240

LEC

Mar 23-May 11

Th

5:30-9:30p

Framingham R Chapeldaine

565

1243

LEC

Feb 2-Mar 23

Th

5:30-9:30p

TBA

K Davis

565

1247

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

UMB

J Christian

440

1249

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

Taunton

K Schedler-Clark 440

1250

LEC

Feb 2-Mar 23

Th

5:30-9:30p

Framingham J Livingstone

440

1255

LEC

Mar 23-May 11

Th

5:30-9:30p

Brockton

C Toole

440

1257

LEC

Mar 23-May 11

Th

5:30-9:30p

Beacon Hill

W Carlo

440

1259

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

UMB

J Decourcey

440

1261

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

Taunton

K Schedler-Clark 440

1263

LEC

May 11-Jun 29

Th

5:30-9:30p

Framingham E Souffrant

440

1265

LEC

May 11-Jun 29

Th

5:30-9:30p

Beacon Hill

Staff

440

1267

LEC

Feb 1-May 10

W

5:30-9:30p

UMB

Staff

440

1269

LEC

Mar 29-May 10

W

5:30-9:30p

Taunton

K Bambrick

440

1271

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-3:00p

Springfield

K Berger

440

1273

LEC

Feb 1-May 10

W

5:30-9:30p

UMB

T Mccarthy

440

1275

LEC

Feb 1-Mar 22

W

5:30-9:30p

Taunton

Staff

440

1277

LEC

Feb 4-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

Springfield

Z Govan

440

1279

LEC

May 11-Jun 29

Th

5:30-9:30p

Brockton

K Cappiello

440

1280

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

UMB

Staff

1475

1281

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Taunton

K Clark

1475

1282

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Framingham J Schwager

1475

1283

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Springfield

K Berger

1475

1284

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Beacon Hill

Staff

1475

1285

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Brockton

Staff

1475

1307

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Mccazilly

1100

ACDTSP 012

Mass Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC) State Test/ Review

PR

1

1292

LEC

May 19-May 20

FSa

9:00a-3:00p

UMB

W Carlo

150

ACDTSP 018

Criminal Justice And Substance Abuse

PR

4

1294

LEC

Feb 7-Apr 11

Tu

5:30-9:30p

UMB

C Yetman

440

ACDTSP 043

Practice Of Addictions Counseling

PR

4

1286

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

UMB

Staff

25

1287

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Taunton

Staff

25

1288

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Framingham Staff

25

1289

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Springfield

Staff

25

1290

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Beacon Hill

Staff

25

1291

LEC

Feb 1-May 13

by arrgt

by arrgt

Brockton

Staff

25

1298

LEC

Feb 7-Apr 11

Tu

5:30-9:30p

Taunton

W Drinkwater

440

1300

LEC

Feb 2-Apr 6

Th

5:30-9:30p

Framingham W Drinkwater

440

1302

LEC

Feb 2-May 13

Sa

9:00a-4:00p

Springfield

K Berger

440

4

1304

LEC

Apr 18-Jun 20

Tu

5:30-9:30p

UMB

J Christian

440

ACDTSP 044

ACDTSP 045

Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating Substance & Mental Illness

Pre-Sentence Investigation Specialist

PR

PR

4

CRITICAL THINKING IN BUSINESS PRFTRN 080

Think Critically: Effective Decision Making in Business - Full Program

4

1006

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

R Schoenberg

1060

PRFTRN 080

Think Critically: Module 1

1

1007

LEC

Jan 30-Feb 17

Online

R Schoenberg

270

PRFTRN 080

Think Critically: Module 2

1

1008

LEC

Feb 20-Mar 10

Online

R Schoenberg

270

PRFTRN 080

Think Critically: Module 3

1

1009

LEC

Mar 13-Mar 31

Online

R Schoenberg

270

PRFTRN 080

Think Critically: Module 4

1

1010

LEC

Apr 3-May 5

Online

R Schoenberg

270

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

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Course Schedule • Spring 2017 Catalog #

Title

Pre- Dist Div Req

CEUs # Type CEUs Class Class #

Session

Days

Times

Loc

Instructor

Course Lab Fee Fee

GLOBAL POST-DISASTER RECONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PRFTRN 102

Reconstruction After The Cameras Have Gone

3.5

1015

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Awotona

750

PRFTRN 103

Climate, Change, Global Food And Water Resources

3.5

1016

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

J Clifford

750

PRFTRN 104

Human Dignity, Human Rights & Sustainable Post-Disaster Reconstruction

3.5

1017

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

L Hartling

750

PRFTRN 114

Independent Study In Global PostDisaster & Management

3.5

1018

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

A Awotona

750

PRFTRN 149

GIS In Emergency And Disaster Management

3.5

1019

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

S Metts

750

1.75

1011

LEC

Feb 8-Mar 29

W

6:30-9:00p

BCL-BRIS

D Gordon

550

1020

LEC

Feb 1-Apr 26

W

7:00-10:00p

UMB

A Bowes

1012

LEC

Feb 26-Apr 9

Online

E Bury

700

1013

LEC

Feb 26-Apr 9

Online

E Bury

600*

1002

LEC

Jan 30-Apr 24

M

6:30-9:30p

BCL-BRIS

T Kress

1015

1003

LEC

Feb 2-Apr 27

Th

6:30-9:30p

BCL BRIS

K Brooks

1015

1004

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

T Kress

1160

1005

LEC

Jan 30-May 5

Online

K Brooks

1160

1039

LEC

Jan 10-Feb 16

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

UMB

J Normant

600

1040

LEC

May 9-Jun 15

TuTh

6:00-9:00p

UMB

J Normant

600

1308

LEC

May 2-Jun 8

TuTh

5:30-8:30p

UMB

M Nuesse

600

GRANT WRITING PRFTRN 081

Successful Grant Writing, from A to Z

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE HRM 001

Human Resource Management

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT * $600 for municipal, state, and federal employees only PRFTRN 093

Performance Management in Government And Non-Profits

2

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROJMGT 002

Practical Project Management

3.5

REVIEW FOR THE GRADUATE RECORD EXAMINATION TESTPREP 001

Review For The Graduate Record Examination

REVIEW FOR THE LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION TEST TESTPREP 003

Review For The Law School Admission Test

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Non-credit Professional Devevelopment Courses

Visit caps.umb.edu/spring for complete and up-to-date course descriptions, schedules, and fee information.

The College of Advancing and Professional Studies delivers a quality education that fits your busy life. Summer 2017 Classes begin May 30 | Fall 2017 Classes begin Sept 5

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Professional Training & Non-Credit Courses College of Advancing and Professional Studies's 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 who do not need a degree or credit certificate. We offer these programs in fields ranging from substance abuse treatment to project management. College of Advancing and Professional Studies non-credit 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. Registration begins November 7th.

o = Course available online

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. ACEP offers a fully online program, with online courses in English and Spanish, and recertification courses through DigitalChalk. ACEP is available in a face-toface classroom format, with classes meeting either at the UMass Boston campus or at convenient sites in Plymouth and Framingham. Face-to-face programs require an interview and permission to enroll. Online English and Spanish programs do not require permission to enroll.

a Winner, UPCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2013)

m Contact Reca Quarles (617.287.7900, ­reca.quarles@umb.edu) or Bill Carlo (617.287.5489, bill.carlo@umb.edu)

Use & Abuse Of Alcohol & Other Drugs In Society o ACDTSP001

This course surveys the broader problems caused by the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs in society. Delivery Of Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency Treatment Services

o ACDTSP002

This course gives participants an overview of the system that provides alcoholism/ chemical dependency treatment services. Counseling The Alcoholic & Other Chemically Dependent Persons

o ACDTSP003

This course presents techniques for the successful treatment of persons with addiction, with specific focus on cognitive-behavioral and motivational strategies. Psychopharmacology

o ACDTSP005

This course introduces the participant to the basic principles of pharmacology, anatomy and physiology.

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Professional Training and Non-Credit Programs Family Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency Treatment

o ACDTSP006

This course will provide an overview of the role of alcoholism / chemical dependency in the family system and the various intervention and treatment approaches used in assisting families troubled by alcoholism or chemical dependency. Practicum In Alcoholism / Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation

o ACDTSP007

Participants enroll in the practicum work under supervision in licensed alcoholism/chemical dependency treatment facilities with people in need of treatment. ACDTSP012 Mass Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC) o ACDTSP012 State Test/Review

Massachusetts Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) State Test Review Workshop - Workshop prepares counselors to take State exam to obtain a Massachusetts State Licence and prepares for the International Consortium and Reciprocity Commission (CRC) process. Criminal Justice And Substance Abuse

o ACDTSP018

Students will learn how the two systems of addiction and criminal behavior overlap and examine the roles and responsibilities that have resulted in greater communication and interdependence among the courts, adult and juvenile justice professionals, and the alcohol and other drug abuse treatment professional. Many corrections agencies routinely provide substance abuse treatment services. Substance abuse treatment agencies provide court liaison and monitoring services. Case management of drug-involved offenders is provided by substance abuse treatment staff. Practice of Addictions Counseling

ACDTSP043

This course provides the student intern with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide addiction counseling that meets the standards of best practices within the field. Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating Substance & Mental Illness

Critical Thinking in Business This certificate is not currently being offered for Spring 2017.

Think Critically: Effective Decision Making in Business

o PRFTRN 080

This course provides professionals with critical thinking skills for: • decision making and problem solving • marketing, sales, and understanding customers’ perspectives • cause and effect relationships • detecting flaws and biases in one’s thinking The course is appropriate for managers, sales people, accounting professionals, human resources staff, marketing staff, and business students. Emphasis is on practical application of skills. Optional online collaboration is available for various assignments if you would like to experience a team approach.

Emergency Management and Response Certificates This certificate is not currently being offered for Spring 2017.

All Hazards Emergency Response and Protection Certificate

o This non-credit certificate is for those who collaborate with

health care staff in emergencies. It focuses on threats and hazards, appropriate response and mitigation efforts, and pathways to recovery. Inclusive Emergency Planning Certificate

o This non-credit certificate in emergency preparedness is for

emergency planners in emergency medical services, healthcare, public health, and public safety. It focuses on including the diverse needs of all members in the community in planning for mitigation, response, and recovery.

o ACDTSP044

This course teaches participants how to effectively integrate the treatment of substance abuse and mental illness Pre-Sentence Investigation

ACDTSP045

This is a forensic course providing instruction in the preparing and writing of pre-sentencing investigation reports, assements, and evaluations, that provide valid and reliable information to assistin determining criminal justice sanctions.

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Professional Training and Non-Credit Programs

English as a Second Language (ESL) ESL Students - You must register with Erika White, 617.287.7876. Office: Wheatley Hall, W-1-003.

caps.umb.edu/esl

caps.umb.edu/corporate/disaster-reconstruction

o This non-credit certificate program offers topics in the theory

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. Intensive English Programs

Classes in our Intensive English programs take place Monday through Friday; and sometimes on Saturdays and evenings, for a total of 21 hours per week, generally. A full-time program consists of registration into 6-7 sections based on standard university class meeting times, which comprise 3-4 courses. Participants should note that in any given semester, classroom availability will determine the number of sections for which a student may register. UMass Boston will supply an ­­I-20 form enabling students to apply for an F-1 visa for Intensive English programs. University Preparation

Global Post-Disaster Reconstruction and Management Certificate

and practice of disaster preparedness, mitigation and post-disaster reconstruction. It also presents a unique opportunity for participants of various accreditations to develop not only an expertise in a variety of components of post-disaster recovery and reconstruction, but also the broader skills associated with project and performance management that can be utilized in a wide array of faculties.

Graduate Test Preparation caps.umb.edu/testprep

Developed in conjunction with the Office of Career Services, these review courses offer preparation for the BCBA, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT. Intensive classroom sessions cover all sections of each exam. Each course involves extensive exam practice, including a full-length practice test given under exam conditions. Throughout the year, all courses meet at our main campus in Boston. The LSAT Test Prep is also offered at our Copley location.

ESL-NC 002

Participants experience an integrated program focused on instruction in university study skills, academic writing, and contentbased 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.

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Grant Writing caps.umb.edu/corporate/grant_writing Successful Grant Writing, from A-Z

PRFTRN 081

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.

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Professional Training and Non-Credit Programs

Human Resource Management Certificate caps.umb.edu/corporate/hrmgmt Human Resource Management

Project Management caps.umb.edu/corporate/projectmgmt

HRM 001

The certificate program in Human Re­source Management is a twosemester program designed for those seeking an overview of the human resource function and its strategic role in today’s organizations. The program is recommended for general managers and supervisors, new human resource professionals, and others interested in developing practical skills in human resource management. 7.2 CEUs are awarded upon completion of program.

Practical Project Management

o PROMGT 002

Practical Project Management provides professionals with the essential 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

o PROMGT 008

caps.umb.edu/corporate/project_risk_management

Performance Management in Government and Non-Profits caps.umb.edu/corporate/government-performance Performance Management

o PRFTRN 093

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. The course also covers how to identify target audiences, present data clearly, and analyze and use data to improve performance. The course consists of six online modules.

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

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 What is a digital badge, and how do I use it? Click here to learn more!

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Degree & Certificate Programs

Each of the undergraduate and graduate programs described

Undergraduate Degrees

on the following pages leads to a degree or certificate granted by one of the University’s colleges. The requirements

o

Bachelor of Arts in Global Affairs

for these programs can be fulfilled either entirely or in part

caps.umb.edu/degree/global_affairs/

through courses offered by the College of Advancing and

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.

Professional Studies. These degree and certificate programs include fully online, blended, and on-campus programs, and they serve a multitude of needs for a variety of participants: undergraduate and graduate students, working professionals who need to update or expand their qualifications, and those seeking to pursue a new career path.

o = Course available online

a = Award-winning

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

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

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.

m Email to R­ N2BS@umb.edu or call 617.287.7500 Master and Post Master Degrees

oM  A in Applied Linguistics: English as a Second Language and Foreign Language Pedagogy Concentrations caps.umb.edu/degree/apling/

This 30-credit program focuses on the acquisition of English as a second or subsequent language, as well as cross-cultural 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.

m

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Degrees and Certificates

MA in Conflict Resolution (Israel)

o MEd in Vision Studies: Orientation and Mobility

caps.umb.edu/degree/conflict_resolution_ma_israel/

caps.umb.edu/degree/orientation_mobility/

This program is an experiential program in which students live, work, observe and collaborate with Jewish and Palestinian residents and scholars in the only community around the world where Palestinians and Jews live together in equality and peace, Wahat al-Salaam/Neve Shalom [Oasis of Peace] in Israel.

The 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 completing the curriculum are eligible to sit for the National Professional Certification Examination of the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals.

m

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

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, non-profit and community-based organizations. 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.

m

Call 617.287.7636 or email cct@umb.edu

m V isit: www.nercve.umb.edu or contact the program office at 617.287.7584 or 617.287.4385

oM  Ed in Vision Studies: Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments caps.umb.edu/degree/visual_impairments/

This 37-credit degree leads to state licensure as 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.

a Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2003)

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

o 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 also be offered in non-Western and Early Modern areas as well.

m C ontact Professor Vincent Cannato

617.287.6863; vincent.cannato@umb.edu

o 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. Students engage in a dynamic learning process with a dedication to effective practices that gives equal importance to both the planning and delivery of adult education. An independent study and a field experience may be included.

m

Call 617.287.6000 or email instructionaldesign@umb.edu

oM  Ed in School Counseling

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

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.

m Contact Laura Bozeman

617.287.4385; laura.bozeman@umb.edu

o MPA in Global Comparative Public Administration caps.umb.edu/degree/global_comparative_public_ administration_mpa/

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

caps.umb.edu/degree/schoolcounseling/

m

This 60-credit master’s degree in School Counseling, primarily online, meets the academic requirements for certification 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 practicum and internship.

o MS in Family Therapy

m P lease email csp.admissions@umb.edu

Email to global.comparative@umb.edu

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).

m College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

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Degrees and Certificates

o MS in Gerontology (Management of Aging Services Track) caps.umb.edu/degree/gerontology/

The Management in 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.

a Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2007); UCEA Outstanding Credit Program Award (2008).

m

Email to ellen.birchander@umb.edu or lillian.glickman@umb.edu

o 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.

m

Call 617.287.6000 or email csp.admissions@umb.edu.

o 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 practicum and internship.

m

Call 617.287.6000 or email sgisd@umb.edu

o Post Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice

Undergraduate Certificates

o 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 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

a Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2012);

m C ontact the Undergraduate Gerontology Program ug.gerontology@umb.edu

o Information Technology Certificate caps.umb.edu/certificates/infotech/

Designed for non-College of Manage­ment or non-degree seeking students, this certificate is an introductory program into the information systems discipline. It covers concepts fundamental to the technology and operation of modern information systems, focusing on techniques, tools and methods used today in the development and use of computer-based applications.

m Contact Jonathan Frankel

Management Science & Information Technology Department 617.287.7710; jon.frankel@umb.edu

o Spanish/English Translation

caps.umb.edu/degree/doctor_of_nursing/

caps.umb.edu/certificates/spanishtrans/

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.

This 12-credit program has been designed to 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.

m Contact Michelle Ferguson

michelle.ferguson@umb.edu

m C ontact Peggy Fitzgerald

617.287.7550; margaret.fitzgerald@umb.edu

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Degrees and Certificates

Graduate Certificates

Database Technology caps.umb.edu/certificates/databasetech/

o A dult/Gerontology and Family Nurse Practitioner (NP) Post Master’s caps.umb.edu/certificates/nurse_practitioner/

This 12- or 21-credit certificate program is designed to assist RNs who have an MS degree in nursing to acquire the knowledge and clinical experience that will prepare them to sit for a gerontology, adult, or family nurse practitioner certification examination.

m Contact Michelle Ferguson, michelle.ferguson@umb.edu Applied Behavior 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.

a Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2004); UCEA Outstanding Credit Program Award (2005)

m C ontact Mary Brady, 617.287.7254; mary.brady@umb.edu o 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.

m C ontact Tara Norton, 617.287.7855; Tara.Norton@umb.edu

o Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Post Master’s Certificate caps.umb.edu/certificates/clinical_nurse/

This 12 credit post master Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) is designed to assist RNs who have an MS degree in nursing with preparation as a Clinical Nurse Specialist to acquire the knowledge and clinical experience that will prepare them to sit for a national certification examination.

m C ontact College of Nursing and Health Sciences, 617.287.7500

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

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 social settings. A variety of approaches are introduced to invention, dialogue, listening, and teamwork that promote creativity and acceptance of diverse perspectives.

m C ontact Peter Taylor, 617.287.7636, cct@umb.edu

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

This 12-credit certificate program is geared towards 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.

m

C  ontact Gemma Galecia 617.287.6441; gemma.galecia@umb.edu

o E valuation 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.

m C ontact Edward Halligan, Edward.Halligan@umb.edu Forensic Services caps.umb.edu/certificates/forensicservices/

Intended for criminal justice and mental health professionals, this 16-credit graduate certificate program is designed to provide a strong grounding in behavioral sciences, while 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.

m C ontact Sylvia Mignon, forensic.services@umb.edu Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy caps.umb.edu/certificates/glpp/

This program prepares women for careers in politics, policy-making, public and non-profit 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.

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

m C ontact the program, glpp@umb.edu or 617.287.6732 o Gerontology (Focus on Management of Aging Services) caps.umb.edu/certificates/gerontology/

This graduage certificate is targeted to individuals in the aging network who are looking to upgrade their skills or advance in new directions within the field or 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.

m C ontact Lillian Glickman, lillian.glickman@umb.edu, or Ellen Birchander 617.287.7338; ellen.birchander@umb.edu

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Degrees and Certificates

o G lobal Post-Disaster Studies – Reconstruction with Vulnerable Populations caps.umb.edu/certificates/global-post-disaster/

This graduate certificate program prepares professionals to see beyond immediate post-disaster conditions. The curriculum trains students to develop strategic thinking in the long-term as they view the complexities and the intertwined technical and socio-cultural aspects of disasters through a multi-disciplinary approach. These interrelated courses bring a science-based and human rights perspective to risk reduction, post-disaster reconstruction and disaster recovery.

m C ontact Adenrele Awotona, 617.287.7112; crscad@umb.edu o 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.

m C ontact Tara Norton, 617.287.7855; Tara.Norton@umb.edu

o Instructional Technology Design caps.umb.edu/certificates/instructional_design/

This 15-credit graduate certificate program is designed to meet the high technology training needs of academic, corporate, 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, online assignments and design teams producing multimedia projects.

m Contact Judith Erdman, 617.287.5980; judith.erdman@umb.edu o International Development caps.umb.edu/certificates/international_development/

This 15-credit graduate certificate explores the dynamics of international assistance efforts with particular emphasis on the positive and negative impact of globalization on poor and developing societies and the responsibilities of wealthier societies in that equation. The practical and theoretical curriculum will prepare students for careers in international development in such fields as: project management, consulting, project monitoring and evaluation and grantsmanship.

o Science in a Changing World caps.umb.edu/certificates/changing-world-science/

This 15 credit graduate certificate in Science in a Changing World 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.)

m Contact Felicia Sullivan

Assistant coordinator, sicw@umb.edu; 617.287.7636

Teaching of Spanish caps.umb.edu/certificates/teachingspanish/

This 18-credit graduate certificate program has been designed to address the needs of pre-service and in-service teachers who need to improve or enhance their skills in the field of Spanish. The certificate offers a flexible course of study combining both new and traditional methods of teaching the Spanish language with presentations of geographic and cultural material that reflect the traditions that make up today’s Spanish speaking worlds. The certificate program also introduces the latest uses of technology in the classroom and methods of assessment.

m C ontact Peggy Fitzgerald 617.287.7550; margaret.fitzgerald@umb.edu 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.

m C ontact Denise Patmon, Faculty Advisor, or Glenn Mitchell, Graduate Progam Director (tel. 617.287.7620, fax 617.287.7664)

o Vision Rehabilitation Therapy caps.umb.edu/certificates/vision-rehab-therapy/

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.

m nercve.org/current-students/vrt-program

m C ontact Jennifer Clifford, Program Director 617.287.6974; IntDev@umb.edu

o Orientation and Mobility caps.umb.edu/certificates/orientationmobility/

The 19-unit sequence is designed for vision teachers or other vision professionals for those individuals 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).

m Contact Laura Bozeman, Program Coordinator laura.bozeman@umb.edu; 617.287.4385

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Centers, Institutes & Partnerships

Broadening Advanced Technological Education Connections (BATEC) Broadening Advanced Technological Education Connections (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.

China Program Center 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.

a

W  inner, UPCEA International Program of Excellence Award at University Professional and Continuing and Online Education (2016)

a

W  inner, UPCEA New England Innovative and Creative Programming, Fulbright-Hays (2015)

a  Winner, UCEA Innovative and Creative Program Award (2005); UCEA Outstanding Non-Credit Program Award (2006).

a Winner, UCEA New England Innovative and Creative Programming,

Mandarin Summer Camp & Programs for Teachers of Chinese (2009)

m C ontact Deborah Boisvert, 617.287.7295; deborah.boisvert@umb.edu or visit www.batec.org.

Center for Innovation and Excellence in eLearning (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 public-accessible online database, an annual conference, and an electronic “best practices” document.

m F or more information about the Center, please contact Alan Girelli, Director; alan.girelli@umb.edu.

College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston

a

W  inner, Associated Industries of Massachusetts Global Outreach Award (2004)

m C ontact 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.

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F or enrollment and program information, please contact Jennifer Bender, benderferre@gmail.com, visit marinestudiesconsortium.org.

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Contact Information & Directions

College of Advancing and Professional Studies Office 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, 8:30am-5:00pm; Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. General Information

Reca Quarles caps@umb.edu

617.287.7900

Registration

Registration Info Line ( for information only)

617.287.6200

Registration Fax Line

617.287.7902

capsadvisor@umb.edu

Degree and Certificate Program Information 617.287.7298

617.287.7912

English Language Study

617.287.7876

Field Study & Programs on Nantucket

Elaine Sullivan elaine.sullivan@umb.edu

617.287.7915

International Programs

Erika White erika.white@umb.edu

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

Full details about parking availability and rates, as well as a detailed map of the campus, are available on the Parking Dept. website. Visitors may also obtain automated information at 617.287.5040, or call Customer Service at 617.287.4000. Public Transportation

• View the buses in real time at http://umb.transloc.com/ •D  ownload “TransLoc Transit Visualization", available through the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.

Distance Learning

Erika White erika.white@umb.edu

Directions to UMass Boston

There are now three ways to get real-time bus information.

Corporate/Professional Training

Jason Campos jason.campos@umb.edu

umb.edu/the_university/getting_here/directions

Parking

Academic advising

Olga Lauterbach olga.lauterbach@umb.edu

Getting to UMass Boston

617.287.7876

•D  ownload the UMB Mobile App, available through the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.

Free and frequent shuttlebus 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, the Clark Athletic Center Circle, and the university’s Early Learning Center, 7 days a week. Route #3 stops are at the Bayside parking area, Campus Center and the Clark Athletic Center Circle, weekdays. 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.

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Offices, Services & Resources

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 Service healthservices.umb.edu

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/IDs_lockers/ids

Tutorial Services umb.edu/academics/vpass/academic_support/tutoring

Veterans Services umb.edu/admissions/va

CC-4-4100, 617.287.5890; M-F 9:00am-5:00pm

Housing Referral Service umb.edu/life_on_campus/housing

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Academic Information

Eligibility for Enrollment Undergraduate courses

Grades umb.edu/registrar/grades_transcripts/grading_system/

caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/academic/eligibility College of Management umb.edu/academics/cm/ 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 uac.umb.edu/testing/

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/

Pass/Fail Option caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/academic/passfail/

Academic Standing caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/academic/standing/

Internships and Cooperative Education For internships offered through individual colleges, please inquire with your department for those available in your major area of study. Career Services provides access to information about internships and co-ops that apply to all students at UMass Boston. umb.edu/academics/cm/career_services/students/

Transfer Credit caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/academic/transfer/

Transcripts umb.edu/registrar/grades_transcripts/requesting_ transcripts/

Withdrawing from Courses caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/academic/withdrawing/

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Fees & Payments

Course and Service Fees

Adding and Dropping Courses caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/registration/add_drop/

Course fees Please visit our website for details on fees: caps/moreinfo/registration/fees

Cancellations

Lab Fees

caps.umb.edu/moreinfo/registration/cancellation/

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 (when applicable)

$28

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.

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Registration Information

When to Register Please refer to the Academic Calendar, front inside cover of this bulletin, or on our website for important dates and deadlines.

How to Register Returning students

By Permission of Instructor and/or Department

Some courses require special permission to register. These courses are appropriately marked within our website and printed bulletin. Please note that generally following the start of a course, permission of instructor is required in order to register until the add/change deadline of that session. No registrations will be accepted after the add/change deadline. Note: All registrations are accepted on the basis of available space.

wiser.umb.edu

If you are a matriculated UMass Boston student or have taken UMass Boston courses before, please use the WISER online selfservice registration system. New Students

If you are taking a UMass Boston course for the first time, you can use any of the following methods to register: Online

Students registering for the first time can submit their registration online using the College's Shopping Cart system. Simply click the “Add Course” button found to the right of each individual course listing. When your registration is processed, you will be given a user ID and password which you can then use to access WISER for future transactions. Mail & Fax

Registration forms are available for download on the College of Advancing and Professional Studies website. Mail registrations to: UMass Boston, College of Advancing and Professional Studies Registration, Registrar’s Office, Campus Center, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125-3393 USA. Registrations must be postmarked by the registration deadline for the applicable session. For information on deadlines, see the Academic Calendar. You may fax your registration to 617.287.7902. Download the registration form, complete and fax to the number above. Walk-in

You may register in person at the One Stop Student Service Center, Upper Level, Campus Center. The One Stop is open Monday- Thursday, 8:30am-6:00 and Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm.

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Adding and Dropping Courses Students may add or drop courses online via WISER or in person within the registration deadlines (see Academic Calendar). To add or drop a course in person, by mail or by fax, use a Change of Registration Form (available by download). Students may add courses until the Add/Change deadline. If a student wishes to register for or add a course after the first class meeting, the appropriate form (Registra­tion Form/Change of Registration Form) must be signed by the instructor(s) of the course(s) added, and returned to the One Stop before the Add/Change deadline (no signature is required when a course is being dropped). To add an online course after the first day of classes, please visit our website for instructor contact information. Students who drop courses on or before the Drop deadline will be removed from class rosters, and the course will not appear on their transcripts. Between the Drop deadline and the Add/Change deadline, students who drop a course and add another course at the same time will also be removed from the class roster of the dropped course; however, if a student drops a course without adding another course, this will be treated as a withdrawal and a “W” will appear on the student’s transcript for that course.

Cancellations CAPS reserves the right to cancel underenrolled courses. A student who has registered for a course that is canceled is eligible for a refund ( for refund policy, see Academic Calendar, inside front cover). If all courses for which the student has registered are canceled, service fees will also be refunded.

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Notes


Notes


NEW IS HAPPENING! UMass Boston is on the grow‌with construction of new academic facilities, and the modernization of our utilities and roadways. During our construction phase, let us help you meet the challenge of travel and getting around campus. Get the most out of your academic experience and follow our tips below to arrive with confidence and have a great semester of learning! (1) T ake the T. Our free shuttle from JFK stop on the Red Line and free shuttle from the UMass Boston parking lot at the former Bayside Expo are the best way to go. (2) C  atch the bus. Open http://umb.transloc.com. Or download Transloc: Transit Visualization. This real-time tracking app shows you when your bus is expected. Available at the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store. (3) G  et the 411. UMass Boston regularly posts campus map updates and construction news. Follow these URLS to stay updated on transportation and parking: umb.edu/the_university/getting_here/commuting/public_transit umb.edu/the_university/getting_here/parking/map umb.edu/map

(4) Take an online course...and study anywhere, anytime!


Course Schedule • Spring 2017

COLLEGE OF ADVANCING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON 100 Morrissey Boulevard Boston, MA 02125-3393 42 · Spring 2017

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University of Massachusetts, Spring 2017 Course Catalog - CAPS  

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