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Division of Continuing and Global Education Kremen Education Building - Room 130 5005 N. Maple Avenue, M/S ED76 • Fresno, CA 93740-8025 559.278.0333 • cgeinfo@csufresno.edu www.csufresno.edu/cge ROWELL AVE

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Scott Moore, Ph.D. Professor and Senior Division Director 559.278.0333

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Lynnette Zelezny, Ph.D., M.B.A. Associate Vice President 559.278.0333

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Table of Contents Courses Offered

Information

Certificate Programs

Chronological Listing of Classes..................2

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA速)...............................................10 Community College Faculty Preparation - Online..............................10 Legal Interpreting.....................................11 Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)............................12

Courses Listed by Topic............................32

Graduate Studies Continuous Enrollment...30

Degree Programs (Special Sessions)...............12

Index of Courses.....................................31

Education for Educators

International Study..................................28

Faculty List.............................................27 General Information................................3-8

CD-ROM or Online Courses......................17

Map of Campus................. inside back cover

Music.........................................................24

Open University......................................29

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute..................25

Program Change/Refund Form.................35

Test Preparation..........................................26

Registration Form....................................33

Vet Camp...................................................26

Study Abroad & International Exchanges...30 Traffic Operations (Parking)........................8 University Dining......................................8

You may register for Extension courses in person, by mail, or for credit courses only, online at www.csufresno.edu/cge/registration. Continuing and Global Education fees are subject to change.

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Chronological Class Listing Date

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SELF-PACED CD-ROM or Online................. Education Courses..................................................................................................... 17-24;26 JANUARY Jan. 18 – May 16................... Certificate Award for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®).........................................10 Jan. 18 – Mar. 14.................. Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Behavior Analysis..........................................................10 Jan. 21 – May 19................... Certificate in Community College Faculty Preparation – Online...............................................10 Jan. 21 – Mar. 10.................. Theory and Practice: Effective Teaching and Classroom Communication Strategies - Online........10 Jan. 25 – May 16................... New Horizons Band/Orchestra..............................................................................................24 FEBRUARY Feb. 1 – May 9....................... Legal Interpreting Certificate Award Program..........................................................................11 Feb. 1..................................... Legal Interpreting 101..........................................................................................................11 MARCH Mar. 19 – May 16.................. Interdisciplinary ABA Ethics and Systems Support...................................................................10 Mar. 24 – May 19.................. Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment at the Community College - Online..............................11 SUMMER Jul. 16 – 20........................... Summer Vet Camp................................................................................................................26 Jul. 23 – 27........................... Summer Vet Camp................................................................................................................26

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General Information

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o meet the growing demand for continuing education, the Division of Continuing and Global Education offers a variety of courses in the California State University, Fresno service area. The service area covers Fresno, Madera, and Kings counties, and northern parts of Tulare county. The financially self-supporting Division of Continuing and Global Education offers courses in all disciplines. To provide flexibility and to better serve the needs of the entire community, regular college courses are offered for credit, as well as other programs for non-credit. In addition, conferences, training seminars, workshops and certification programs may be developed. A class may be organized at anytime, anywhere in the service area, provided sufficient enrollment is indicated and a qualified instructor is available. Courses and instructors must have prior approval from the department in which each course is to be offered. Each semester a listing of classes is published on our website: www.csufresno.edu/ cge. To receive a printed catalog, contact the Division of Continuing and Global Education; 5005 N. Maple Avenue M/S ED76; Fresno, CA 93740-8025; phone 559.278.0333; fax 559.278.0395. Persons interested in arranging, offering or

promoting a continuing education course should also contact the Division of Continuing and Global Education.

Extension Course Registration Procedures

All programs are administered by the Dean and Associate Vice President of the Division of Continuing and Global Education in accordance with admission and academic policies of California State University, Fresno and the Trustees of the California State University. In addition to organizing and offering Extension classes throughout its service area, the University offers assistance to school systems and other professional and lay groups in planning and organizing conferences, workshops and institutes.

You may register for Extension courses in person, by mail, or for credit courses only, online at www.csufresno.edu/cge/ registration. Forms are available in this catalog, from the Division of Continuing and Global Education, Education Bldg., Room 130, phone 559.278.0333, or as a PDF file on the website at www.csufresno. edu/cge/register. Preregistration is strongly recommended because it will assure you a place in the class of your choice. It is required for many classes.

The size of groups involved in such activities is not a factor if the conference or workshop is offered at the expense of an agency other than California State University, Fresno. If credit is involved, a minimum contract fee is charged each student to reimburse the University for costs of registration. If no credit is involved, special financial arrangements may be made by the University and the sponsoring group. Inquiries should be made to the Dean and Associate Vice President of the Division of Continuing and Global Education.

Extension Course Admission Requirements Admission to the University is not necessary in order to take Extension courses; however, enrollment in Extension courses does not constitute formal acceptance into the University. Extension courses are open to high school graduates, college students, and other individuals, provided they have met the stated course prerequisites. Course prerequisites can be determined by contacting departmental advisers or the instructor, or by consulting the California State University, Fresno General Catalog.

Fees for Extension courses are set by the Board of Trustees of the California State University. Current fees are listed in this catalog. Full payment of fees is required at the time of registration. Fees are subject to change. Credit card payments: The University cannot accept credit card information in printed form, whether it is by mail or fax, due to the liability involved with the sensitive information that is requested. If you wish to pay using a credit card, you have two options: 1) go to https:// my.csufresno.edu. Select Student Self Service > Student Center > Account Inquiry. You may pay using American Express, MasterCard, Discover, or Diners Club cards ONLY. Please note that a service fee of 2.9% is charged when you pay online with a credit card. However, you may pay by electronic check online with no service fee, or 2) go to the Cashier’s Windows, Joyal Building, between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. You may pay at the Cashier’s Windows using MasterCard and Visa ONLY. For regular credit courses: 1. First Day Registration is permitted on a space available basis. Attend the first class meeting where you will receive registration forms or register online. 2. Check or money order made payable to Fresno State, along with the registration form, must be sent to the Division of Continuing and Global Education; California State University, Fresno; 5005 N. Maple Ave. M/S ED76; Fresno, CA 93740-8025. Cash is not accepted. Or you may register online at www.csufresno.edu/cge/registration.

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General Information 3. You are expected to attend all class meetings. 4. Late registration is not permitted on or after the second class meeting unless permission of the instructor is obtained. Registrations received after the first day of class will be charged a $10 late fee. For short credit courses: 1. Note the registration deadline of some short courses. Many of these workshops are limited in size because of staffing and classroom restrictions. 2. Register online at www.csufresno.edu/cge/registration or send check or money order, along with the registration form, to the Division of Continuing and Global Education; California State University, Fresno; 5005 N. Maple Ave. M/S ED76; Fresno, CA 93740-8025. Cash is not accepted. 3. Late registration is not permitted on or after the second class meeting unless permission of the instructor is obtained. Registrations received after the first day of class will be charged a $10 late fee. For non-credit courses: Full payment of fees is required at the time of registration. You may pay fees with a check or money order. Cash is not accepted. Make your check payable to Fresno State and mail it to the Division of Continuing and Global Education; California State University, Fresno; 5005 N. Maple Ave. M/S ED76; Fresno, CA 93740-8025.

Withdrawal or Change of Program

Course Cancellations

For regular credit courses:

If a class is cancelled by the Division of Continuing and Global Education, all fees will be refunded; however, you must request this refund by completing the Program Change/Refund Form available from the Division of Continuing and Global Education.

You may change your program or withdraw from a course by completing a “Program Change Form� which is found in this catalog, obtained from the Division of Continuing and Global Education, or online at: http://www.csufresno.edu/cge/ forms/documents/ProgramChange.pdf. There is no fee for a program change. A full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted if you withdraw prior to the first class meeting. If you must withdraw on or after the first class meeting, 65 percent of the fees collected will be refunded until 25 percent of the course time has elapsed. After 25 percent of the course time has elapsed, no refund will be made. No refund is available for courses meeting fewer than five sessions. No refund is made unless you request one. For short credit workshops: If you withdraw from a short credit workshop prior to the first class meeting, the full fee is refunded, less a $10 processing fee. However, you must request this refund by completing the Refund Form available from the Division of Continuing and Global Education. On or after the first meeting, no refund is made. For non-credit courses:

There is a registration deadline for all non-credit courses. You are not registered until the forms and fees are received by the University.

Written notification of withdrawal must be received by the Division of Continuing and Global Education (either in person, by fax, or by postmarked mail) prior to the first class meeting in order to receive a full refund, less a $10 processing fee. After the first class meeting takes place, no refund is available.

Registration Procedures for Veterans

For Test Preparation and online classes only:

Veterans who are attending school and wish to use their Montgomery GI Bill should first contact the Veterans Office in Room 121 of the Joyal Administration Building. You may also contact them at 559.278.7030.

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Once you log onto the course, no refund is available. Prior to logging on, you may request a refund using the Program Change/Refund Form found on page 35 of this catalog. Refunds, less a $10 processing fee, will only be granted for a period of 30 days following receipt of the registration form in the Division of Continuing and Global Education office.

Courses offered through the Division of Continuing and Global Education are conducted on a self-supporting basis. For that reason, the university reserves the right to cancel a course with insufficient enrollment. The decision to cancel a course because of low enrollment is made at or shortly before the first class meeting.

Refund of Fees Contact the Division of Continuing and Global Education for regulations concerning the refund of fees. It is your responsibility to complete and file a Program Change/Refund Form, found on page 35 of this catalog.

Auditing You may audit an Extension course, but you must pay the same fee as those taking the course for credit. Just indicate on your registration form that you elect to audit the course. You may not change from audit to credit after the first four weeks of the course.

Financial Aid Students who need funding to complete a Certificate Program, attend courses through Open University, or participate in a Special Session or Study Abroad program may be eligible for an Alternative Loan. Eligibility requirements include a) enrolled at least half-time, b) attending an approved educational institution, and c) meeting certain credit requirements (credit history, current income, etc.). Contact the financial aid office to inquire about available Alternative Loans, many of which offer low rates, flexible repayment options, and quick funding.


General Information Grading System

Tax Credits

A, B, C and D indicate passing grades; F, failure; I work not completed; WU, failure, unauthorized withdrawal; CR, credit for units allowed; NC, no credit for units registered. Four grade points are given per unit for grade A, three for B, two for C, one for D, none for F or WU, zero grade points per unit for NC and no units allowed for the degree. No units or grade points are given for I grades until the work is completed or the time limit has expired. Full credit is allowed if a grade of I is made up within the oneyear period. See the General Catalog for detailed information.

If you are enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program or are taking courses to acquire or improve job skills, you may qualify for a Hope Scholarship or Lifetime Learning Tax Credit. The Hope Scholarship tax credit is available only to students in their first two years of postsecondary education who are enrolled at least half-time in an eligible program. The Lifetime Learning Tax Credit is available to students at all educational and enrollment levels who are enrolled at an eligible educational institution. The tax credits are based on the amount of qualified tuition and fees, less grants and other tax-free educational assistance, and the taxpayer’s modified adjusted gross income. Hope credits apply to fees paid after December 31, 1997 and the Lifetime Learning credit applies to fees paid after June 30, 1998. Consult IRS Publication 970 or your tax preparer for additional information.

Use of Social Security Number Students are required to provide the university with their correct Social Security Numbers (individual taxpayer identification numbers) pursuant to the authority contained in Section 41201, Title 5, California Code of Regulations, and Section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code. The university uses the Social Security Number to identify records pertaining to the student and, if needed, to collect debts owed the university. Also, the Internal Revenue Service requires the university to file information returns that include the student’s Social Security Number and other information such as the amount paid for qualified tuition, related expenses, and interest on educational loans. That information is used to help determine whether a student, or a person claiming a student as a dependent, may take a credit or deduction to reduce federal income taxes. Students who do not have a Social Security Number at the time of enrollment will be required to obtain a Social Security Number and submit it to the university within sixty (60) days. Failure to furnish a correct Social Security Number may result in the imposition of a penalty by the Internal Revenue Service.

Transcripts Credit Courses: An official transcript of your record for Extension, Open University and Special Sessions courses at California State University, Fresno may be obtained from the Admissions and Records office, Joyal Administration building, north lobby. A mail-in request form to be sent along with payment may be found at: http:// csufresno.edu/are/registrar/transcripts.shtml. A $4 fee (check or money order) must be paid in advance. Transcript Desk California State University, Fresno 5150 N. Maple, M/S JA57 Fresno, CA 93740-8026

Non-Credit Courses: An official transcript of your non-credit records at California State University, Fresno may be obtained from the Division of Continuing and Global Education office, Education Building, Room 130. A $4 fee per single transcript (check or money order) must be paid in advance. Additional transcripts prepared at the same time (limit 10) are $2 each. Please allow 10 working days for requests to be filled.

Certificates of Completion After you complete all the course requirements in a certificate program, you will receive a certificate of completion. Should you need a duplicate certificate at a later date, you will be charged a $5 replacement fee.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Continuing education units (CEUs) are nationally recognized units for measuring participation in professional development programs which do not award academic credit. CEU courses may be appropriate when employers, relicensure agencies and other authorities require a specific number of hours of study and where non-credit study is acceptable. CEUs may neither be applied to, nor substituted for, graduation requirements. One CEU is earned for 10 hours of instruction.

Division of Continuing and Global Education Spring Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Education Building, Room 130

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General Information Textbooks and Supplies

Unit Restrictions

Kennel Bookstore

Baccalaureate Degree

559.278.4062 www.kennelbookstore.com

Extension and correspondence credit is limited to 24 units. You may transfer up to 24 semester units of Extension credit from accredited institutions, provided the credit would have been acceptable toward a baccalaureate degree had it been earned as residence credit, and provided it would be acceptable toward a degree offered by the institution where it was earned.

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides specialized resources that help students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities to achieve maximum independence while pursuing educational goals. Students who have temporary or permanent disabilities affecting academic functioning may be eligible for a variety of support services.

Master’s Degree

Students with disabilities may visit the SSD office to document the disability and to initiate a request for services. Upon receipt of verification from a former campus or an appropriate professional, a meeting is scheduled with a disabilities management specialist to establish services. Please call 559.278.2811 (TDD, 559.278.3084) for an appointment and office location.

Shop your official campus bookstore for all your academic and apparel needs priced for the student budget! Kennel Bookstore is open Monday – Thursday, 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.; and select Saturdays during the regular semester. Shop online by visiting www.kennelbookstore.com for your textbook, apparel and imprinted gift needs.

Smoke Free Campus Policy California State University, Fresno is committed to providing a healthy, comfortable, and productive environment for the students, faculty and staff of this campus. Therefore, the University shall be a smoke free campus except for officially posted designated smoking areas which are noted on the Campus Map inside the back cover of this catalog.

College Credit for Extension Courses California State University, Fresno will allow credit for Extension courses toward the bachelor’s and master’s degrees and for teaching credentials subject to requirements for those degrees and credentials. Extension course credits are not acceptable for meeting residence requirements for degrees. Information concerning credential and degree requirements can be obtained from the Admissions Office, the General Catalog, or from appropriate departmental advisers. Candidates for master’s degrees should consult the Division of Graduate Studies or departmental graduate advisers to learn whether specific Extension courses are applicable.

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Extension credit is not regularly used on a graduate degree program. In the event the Extension course is offered under conditions similar to those for a course normally usable on a master’s program, you may request special permission from your department and from the Division of Graduate Studies. If approval is granted, a maximum of nine transfer (including Extension) units may be used on a 30-unit program. These limitations do not necessarily apply to credential requirements, unless credential requirements are related to degree requirements.

Library Privileges Henry Madden Library 559.278.2174 www.lib.csufresno.edu

Students enrolled in academic credit courses are entitled to limited library privileges. Contact the Division of Continuing and Global Education to receive a special borrower’s card for the Henry Madden Library.

Services for Students with Disabilities

Requesting Services

Student Conduct Faculty, staff and students are reminded that all activities of the Division of Continuing and Global Education program are governed by the regulations of the University. Student conduct is governed by Section 41301 to 41304 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, also known as the Student Conduct Code. A copy of the code is found in the Policies and Regulations section of the General Catalog, or can be obtained from the Dean of Student Affairs Office. In reference to the consumption of alcoholic beverages in connection with the Division of Continuing and Global Education courses or activities, such consumption is prohibited unless specific authorization is obtained from the Director of Public Safety. The President has designated the Director of Public Safety to act in all matters related to alcoholic beverages. Permission must be obtained for any event serving alcohol on university campus property.


General Information A complete copy of the Policy on Campus Use of Alcoholic Beverages is available in the Dean of Student Affairs Office or the Department of Public Safety/Risk Management Office.

Course Numbering System 1-99 Lower-division courses. 100-199 Upper-division courses. 190 Independent study, undergraduate. 200-297 Graduate-level courses. 290 Independent study, graduate. 298 Graduate Degree Project. 299 Graduate Degree Thesis/Dissertation. PLEASE NOTE: Only nine Extension units (in a 30-unit program) taken prior to admission to a graduate program, including transfer units and/or units taken through Open University, may be applied towards the master’s degree. 300-399 Designed to meet professional needs that cannot be served by regular established course offerings. 400-499 Upper-division courses in CSU system programs administered by California State University, Fresno. Enrollment provisions listed for courses numbered 100-199 apply to these courses as well. 600-699 Graduate courses in CSU system programs administered by California State University, Fresno. Enrollment provisions listed for courses numbered 200-299 apply to these courses as well.

Nondiscrimination Policy California State University, Fresno is committed to a program of equal opportunity for all. The California State University does not discriminate in the educational programs or activities it conducts on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, marital status, religion, mental or physical disability, sexual preference, pregnancy, or special disabled veteran status (Vietnam era or other covered veteran status). California State University, Fresno’s Policy Statement (in the Equal Employment and Education Opportunity Plan and the Equal Opportunity Plan for Individuals with Disabilities, Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans) addresses equal opportunity in employment, admissions, recruitment, financial aid, placement counseling, curricula, and housing for students. These are recognized by the university as basic to our equal opportunity goals. Persons who are aggrieved may pursue a complaint or seek information by contacting Janice A. Parten, director of Human Resources, 559.278.2364, Joyal Administration Building, Room 148; Ted A. Wendt, the associate vice president for Academic Personnel and reviewer for faculty concerns, 559. 278.3027; or Paul Oliaro, vice president for Student Affairs/dean of students and reviewer for student concerns, 559. 278.2541. Sexual Harassment. Discrimination on the basis of sex is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act as well as Title IX of the Education Act. Sexual harassment is a violation of Section 703 of Title VII. Sexual harassment refers to the unwanted imposition of sexual attention usually in the context of a relationship of unequal power, rank, or status, as well as the use of one’s position of authority in the university to bestow benefits or impose deprivations on another. This applies equally to all students, staff, faculty, and managers at California State University, Fresno. Harassment includes verbal,

nonverbal, and/or physical conduct that has the intent or effect of unreasonable interference with individuals’ or groups’ education or work performance. This may also include actions that create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working or learning environment. Both men and women can be the victims of sexual harassment. Students who believe they are victims of sexual harassment should contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, 559.278.2541. The staff can explain the complaint procedures available to students on our campus. For more information about the complaint process, please contact Janice A. Parten, director of Human Resources, 559.278.2364. Other resources include the deans and associate deans who are trained to respond to inquiries. Race, Color, and National Origin. The California State University complies with the requirements of Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as well as other applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination. No person shall, on the basis of race, color, or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in any program of the California State University. Disability. The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. Section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and various state laws prohibit such discrimination. The director of human resources has been designated to coordinate the efforts of California State University, Fresno to comply with all relevant disability laws. Inquiries concerning compliance may be addressed to Janice A. Parten, director of Human Resources, Joyal Administration Building, Room 148, phone 559.278.2364.

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General Information If you have special needs as addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and need course materials in alternate formats, immediately notify your course instructor or Janice Brown, director of Services for Students with Disabilities, 559.278.2811. Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate your special needs. Sex/Gender. The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in the educational programs or activities it conducts. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and certain other federal and state laws prohibit discrimination on these bases in education programs and activities operated by California State University, Fresno. Such programs and activities include admission of students and employment. Inquiries concerning the application of these laws to programs and activities of California State University, Fresno may be referred to Janice A. Parten, director of Human Resources, Joyal Administration Building, Room 148, 559.278.2364; Paul Oliaro, vice president for Student Affairs and dean of students, Joyal Administration Building, Room 262, 559.278.2541; the director of Human Resources, Auxiliary Services, 4910 N. Chestnut, 559.278.0860; or the regional director of the Office for Civil Rights, Region 9, 220 Mail Street, 10th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105. The California State University is committed to providing equal opportunities to male and female CSU students in all campus programs, including intercollegiate athletics. Age, Marital Status, Religion, or Sexual Orientation. The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of age, marital status, religion, or sexual orientation.

Traffic Operations

University Dining

559.278.2950 www.csufresno.edu/police/traffic

559.278.3904 www.fresnostatedining.com

This parking information was accurate at the time of publication. However, due to changes in legislation, procedure, or policy, this information is subject to change without written notice.

For more information on these dining venues, and to see the fall hours of operation for all University Dining Services locations, please visit the website.

No person shall be permitted to use university parking facilities without payment of the appropriate fee and/or display of an appropriate permit. The payment of a fee to park does not guarantee space availability.

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Permission to park on campus shall be in accordance with parking policies and regulations. Permission is evidenced by a semester or annual permit, a one-day permit, or a Courtesy Parking permit. The permit has no cash value and is not transferable. Traffic Operations office hours: Fall and Spring: Mon. – Thurs........................7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Fri...........................................7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Summer: Mon. – Fri.............................7 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Parking Permit Days and Hours Valid parking permits are required while classes are in session, including semester exam dates and Intersessions. 1. Fall and Spring: • Between 7 a.m. – 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday • Between 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Friday 2. Summer: • Between 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday • Between 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Friday Yellow parking lots are enforced at all times Monday through Friday, including semester breaks.

Daily Parking Permits Daily parking permits ($3.00/day) may be obtained from dispensers found at various locations on campus.

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uring this short term between semesters, you can take academic credit courses and: • accelerate your progress to degree completion

• focus on a single course

• take a special topics class relating to your major

• explore a new area of interest

• pursue professional development

Classes meet 3 – 4 hours daily for a 3-week period, with some classes offered at night or online. Winter Intersession: December 27, 2011 – January 10, 2012 Registration: October 31 – December 1, 2011 Visit www.csufresno.edu/cge/intersession for more information. Some classes may have open seats after December 1.

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he Division of Continuing and Global Education is seeking qualified and experienced professionals to develop and lead continuing education workshops or courses for adults. What are the current issues in your field? Do your colleagues need answers to solve problems that plague those in your profession? Do you have the solutions they need? If you have a master’s degree or higher, and have verifiable teaching experience, here’s your opportunity to contribute your expertise to an audience looking for answers. To propose a professional development course, contact: Cyndy Trent • Extension Programs Director 559.278.0333 • ctrent@csufresno.edu 9


Certificate Programs Certificate of Completion for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®)

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here is a growing demand among professionals working in the human services arena, especially among those working with developmentally disabled children and adults, to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). This four-course sequence provides the academic requirements of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board for the BCBA. It is designed for professionals with baccalaureate or graduate degrees who work in school, hospital, home and community-care home settings. It is also open to individuals currently in a master’s program, who desire to supplement their current coursework with applied behavior analysis (ABA). All courses are taught in the evenings by BCBAs. In addition to course work, instructors will provide specific information on the certification process, experience requirements, and international testing. This is a cohort program which begins every fall semester. Please contact the program coordinator, Criss Wilhite, BCBA, at 559.278.6937 or email crissw@ csufresno.edu for more information.

Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Behavior Analysis

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his course is designed to teach students about the range of measurement strategies and single-subject research designs that can be used in behavior analytic research. Students will learn the functional components of observation and design, as well as the importance of understanding the conceptual underpinnings of behavior analytic research. Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays Jan. 18 – Mar. 14, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Place: Science 2 Bldg., Room 314 Class No. 35701 Units: Four Course: PSYCH 240T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $1,200 Instructor: Jason Marshall, M.A., BCBA See page 27.

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Interdisciplinary ABA Ethics and Systems Support

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his course is designed to introduce you to the ethics of applied behavior analysis. You will apply principles of behavior analysis to train direct care workers (parents, teachers, aides, community care home workers, etc.) in community, school and home settings. You will be able to gain experience supervising and training this population at your work site. The course presents a useful body of knowledge and skills for anyone who will pursue a career working with others in the health, mental health, education or business fields. We will review behavior analytic principles from both basic and applied perspectives and the methods of research and technologies used in the field. Training staff, specific techniques of behavior change that can be used systemwide, and the ethical and legal standards under which behavior analysts work will be the main focus. Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays Mar. 19 – May 16, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Place: Science 2 Bldg., Room 314 Class No. 35700 Units: Three Course: PSYCH 270T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $900 Instructor: Criss Wilhite, M.A., BCBA See page 27.

Certificate of Completion in Community College Faculty Preparation – ONLINE

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his program, designed for current and aspiring community college faculty, provides the opportunity to: • learn the unique set of skills and knowledge required for teaching in the community college • examine various instructional techniques specific to community college • enhance your pedagogical knowledge and skills • earn postgraduate credit to apply toward a degree and/or salary advancement Register online at www.csufresno.edu/cge/ registration/. For more information, email ccfp@csufresno.edu or call 559.278.0333.

Theory and Practice: Effective Teaching and Classroom Communication Strategies – Online

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ommunity college students possess a variety of learning styles that affect their ability to succeed in traditional academic settings. Teaching in a community college requires a unique set of skills and knowledge applicable to that setting. This course will examine various instructional and communication techniques specific to the community college. Participants will apply theory to the practice of effective lecture, discussion and collaborative lessons. Dates: Jan. 21 – Mar. 10 Place: Online Class No. 35664 Units: Two Course: GSCC 223 Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $490 Instructor: Dianne Sharples, Ed.D. See page 27.

Please register early as class fills quickly. Registration deadline: January 9.


Certificate Programs Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment at the Community College – Online

Legal Interpreting Certificate Award Program

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rinciples of curriculum are important factors which influence the different approaches by which curriculum can be developed and instructional methods will be delivered. This course introduces students to fundamental theories of curriculum, curriculum development and approval processes as well as transfer course curriculum and program review. In addition, participants will learn to use and adapt assessment instruments to meet the needs of a diverse student population. Dates: Mar. 24 – May 19 Place: Online Class No. 35665 Units: Three Course: GSCC 224 Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $735 Instructor: Dianne Sharples, Ed.D. See page 27. Please register early as class fills quickly. Registration deadline: March 12.

Sponsored Experience at the Community College – Arranged

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f you have completed two or more of the classes in the Certificate Program, and would like to enroll in GSCC 225 in Spring, 2012, please email Dr. Shirley Bruegman at sbruegman@csufresno.edu. Dates: Arranged Class No. (must contact instructor for permission number to enroll) Units: Three Course: GSCC 225 Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $735 Instructor: Shirley Bruegman, Ed.D. See page 27.

Registration deadline: January 10.

he demand for competent and professional interpreters is growing. Parttime or full-time employment opportunities may be available in judicial courts, civil proceedings, state and federal agencies, law offices, education, healthcare, diplomatic services, or you may choose to work as an independent contractor. In the State of California, interpreters must pass an examination to become certified to work in criminal cases and in some administrative agencies at the county, state and federal levels. While employment may be available for noncertified interpreters, the best way to increase your job opportunities is to obtain academic training and certification by passing the California Certification Examination. Starting with Legal Interpreting 101 and followed by Legal Interpreting 102, Fresno State’s Interpreter program will help you become a Professional Certified interpreter. Interpreters will be able to accurately and professionally bridge the communication that facilitates the linking of languages and ideas from one culture to another. Upon becoming a Certified Interpreter, doors will open in the judicial courts, depositions, hospitals, civil proceedings, government law enforcement agencies, conferences, United Nations, translating legal documents, entertainment scripts (such as films, and books) and many more venues.

Who Should Attend: • non-certified legal/court interpreters • individuals interested in starting a career in interpreting • certified interpreters who need an update of their interpreting knowledge and skills • lawyers, law enforcement and judicial system personnel desiring to work more effectively with interpreters • anyone interested in the interpreting field

Admission Requirements: You may be admitted to the full program if you 1) have completed at least a high school education or its equivalent, 2) possess a high level of Spanish and English skills, both oral and written, 3) are highly motivated, 4) have the ability to speak in public, 5) possess people skills, and 6) have passed the Entrance Exam in Spanish and English administered by the Division of Continuing and Global Education at California State University, Fresno.

Certification of Completion: You must complete the two courses (Legal Interpreting 101 and 102) to earn a certificate of completion. The certificate does NOT authorize you to use the designation “Certified Court Interpreter.” Only the State can grant you the designation upon passing the state court interpreter’s examination.

Legal Interpreting 101 Prerequisite: Passing entrance exam This class will cover the fundamentals of court interpreting, process and procedures of criminal law, legal terminology, ethical principles and standards and the different modes of interpreting (simultaneous, consecutive and sight translation.) This course will be offered entirely online through Blackboard. Firefox is the recommended browser. For more information on supported browsers and operation systems for Blackboard, visit the following link: http://kb.blackboard.com/pages/ viewpage.action?pageId=62522336. Dates: Feb. 1 – May 9 Place: online Class No. 36688 (web-based) Units: Non-credit Fee: $400 Instructor: Ana Gutierrez See page 27. Preregistration recommended by January 21.

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Certificate Programs/Degree Programs Certificate of Advanced Study for Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

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re you a nurse practitioner finding yourself perplexed at times when taking care of individuals with mental health issues? If so, we have a postgraduate program designed especially for you. This unique program meets the requirements for national certification by the American Nurse Credentialing Center as an Adult or Family Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. The program is designed to assist in your professional competence, providing access to specialized mental health knowledge. To enhance access and provide flexibility, the program is offered online via videoconferencing, videostreaming, and asynchronous computer-based applications. Only four on-site visits are required over the course of this one-year program. The Certificate of Advanced Study for Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners (PMHNP) is offered by the Department of Nursing at California State University Fresno, in cooperation with the Division of Continuing and Global Education. This one-year post-master’s program is designed to prepare primary care nurse practitioners to provide a full range of psychiatric services to patients throughout the life cycle. Students are prepared to manage adult and childhood mental health disorders. The program consists of four theory courses and includes 515 hours of precepted clinical experience for a total of 18 units. Classes begin in the fall of each year.

A candidate for admission must be a nurse practitioner, i.e. Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Adult Nurse Practitioner, or Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. The candidate must have a current valid California Nurse Practitioner license and furnishing number.

Degree Programs (Special Sessions)

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1) Admission to the university. The university application form can be obtained online at www.csumentor.edu. 2) Admission to the program. Program applications are reviewed by a nursing faculty committee. Applications are due by June 1 of each year. Stipends are available to eligible students who commit to work in California’s public mental health system upon completion of the program. For more information about the PMHNP program, contact the program coordinator, Fran Sapanaro, at fransapanaro@ csufresno.edu, or call the Department of Nursing at 559.278.2041.

Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (ABBA) he Accelerated Bachelor’s in Business Administration (ABBA) provides students with an opportunity to complete the last two years of their degree within 15 months. The ABBA program was designed as a Special Option with focus on general knowledge in Business Administration. The courses are taught in a cohort format on the Fresno State campus (students go through all the courses with the same group of students from start to finish) on two weekday evenings with additional alternate Saturdays. The total number of units needed to complete the program is 65, of which 20 units will be completed online. Due to the nature of this program, seating is limited. Highlights of the program: • classes guaranteed to be available • cohort model, with online and face-toface courses • not subject to any fee increases throughout the program • courses taught by distinguished Craig School of Business faculty • work and complete the degree at the same time (night and weekend classes) • financial aid is available for those who qualify There is space for 44 students in the cohort. As part of the cohort program, all your classes are prescheduled and your seat will be reserved. From start to finish, it will take 15 months to complete the program. The intended start date for the second cohort is January 2012.

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Degree Programs Fees are $350 per unit. The degree is the same (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration) as the on-campus degree program. However, the ABBA program is considered a Special Option offered through the Division of Continuing and Global Education with an emphasis in general business. If your goal is to earn an option in any of the fields offered by the Craig School of Business, you might consider standard admission with a regular option. For additional information, schedule an appointment with the Craig School of Business Outreach Counselor. Please call 559.278.2048 or e-mail eaguilar@csufresno. edu. Or visit: www.craig.csufresno.edu/abba For questions not related to admission, please call the University Business Center at 559.278.2352.

Bachelor of Science in Criminology Law Enforcement Option

To be eligible for admission, students must meet these requirements:

riminology courses at the undergraduate level include integration of theoretical and applied materials of an interdisciplinary nature. The law enforcement option is designed for students in careers with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, or law enforcement careers within the private sector. Students enrolling in this degree program can anticipate promotions within their agencies and earn increased qualifications for various positions within criminal justice agencies.

• two years (60 units) of transferable units from an accredited university or college, including the completion of the lower division General Education requirements needed for admission as transfer students • prerequisite courses for the criminology major (these may be completed at a community college while one is concurrently enrolled in the off-campus B.S. in Criminology program)

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This off-campus degree completion program is offered exclusively to current and former employees and their spouses from any local, state or federal government entity. The program has been in operation for seven years and classes are held at the Fresno County Sheriffs Training Room in downtown Fresno. Eligible students may join the program at any point. Classes begin at various times throughout each semester. Classes are not normally scheduled during the months of June, July, December, and January.

Fees are currently $225 per unit and are due prior to, or on the first day of class for each cycle. Financial aid is available to qualified students. To inquire about the Bachelor of Science in Criminology, contact: Dr. Harald Otto Schweizer Science II, Area C - Room 159 2576 E. San Ramon, M/S ST104 Fresno, CA 93740-8029 haralds@csufresno.edu • 559.278.8880 http://zimmer.csufresno.edu/~haralds/downtowndegreeoverview.htm

Students taking both courses during each two-month cycle can complete their upper division criminology degree requirements in the Law Enforcement option within two years. Classes are accelerated, meet face-to-face on Monday and/ or Wednesday evenings, and each class meets all day on one Saturday per month. Some instruction may be online. Criminology faculty members are experts in their field. The off-campus program provides the same courses required for the B.S. in criminology on campus and the majority of the courses are taught by tenured or tenure track full-time faculty from the Fresno State campus.

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Degree Programs Master of Science in Criminology

Eligible students must:

he Master of Science program in Criminology offered in downtown Fresno provides students with both theoretical and practical knowledge about our criminal justice system and its management. It prepares professionals for senior positions in government agencies.

• hold a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology or a related area from an accredited university/college • have earned a GPA of 3.0 or higher in last sixty units of undergraduate study

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The program is open to government employees, including military personnel, their spouses, and those government employees recently laid off from work because of budget cuts. The M.S. in Criminology degree can lead to promotion within a government agency and enhances an employee’s qualifications for senior level positions within criminal justice agencies. Program content enhances critical thinking skills and guides students in the application of theoretical concepts. In addition to the criminology core courses, remaining courses are in areas related to criminal justice and criminal justice management, such as courses on Homeland Security, the Intelligence Function, Management Information Systems, and Criminal Justice Project Management. Students progress together through the 30-unit program as a cohort over a 23-month period. Classes meet face-toface on Friday evenings and all day on Saturdays, with some instruction online.

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Applicants must apply to the university online at www.csumentor.edu. They must also apply to the Criminology Department and submit the following: • three letters of recommendation • GRE scores (900 or greater combined verbal/quantitative score desirable) • personal essay about purpose of graduate study • copy of two undergraduate transcripts Note: the Criminology Department application and recommendation forms can be found at: www.csufresno.edu/criminology/degrees_programs/masters.shtml. To inquire about the Master of Science in Criminology, contact: Dr. Harald Otto Schweizer Science II, Area C - Room 159 2576 E. San Ramon, M/S ST104 Fresno, CA 93740-8029 haralds@csufresno.edu • 559.278.8880

Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)

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xecutives may earn an MBA from a program accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) in 17 months, while expanding their professional network and acquiring valuable skills to advance their careers.

The EMBA is the same degree as the Craig School of Business traditional MBA program, requiring 36 units. Executive MBA students enjoy flexibility and personal attention, and are taught by top professors from the Craig School who focus on real world applications. Through team-based learning, students develop a close network with their colleagues, and learn to analyze complex problems as well as deal with strategic issues. The program accommodates the busy executive using a cohort system and a preset course schedule with most classes meeting on Saturdays. This Executive MBA program provides a broad business curriculum that prepares the graduate for the competitive global community, including a culminating experience in a foreign country. Among a small cohort of established colleagues, candidates learn advanced practices in management, marketing, finance, human resources and entrepreneurship. The fast-paced atmosphere provides curriculum immediately applicable in everyday business situations. By working together closely throughout the intensive program, students often forge relationships that can pay dividends well into the future.


Degree Programs This degree program is designed for those with a minimum of ten years of work experience and at least three years in a managerial or professional position. Candidates are required to attend two and one-half weeks of intensive classes (Wednesday to Friday 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to noon) at the start of the program in order to acquire the foundation materials for the degree. One of the many highlights of this EMBA will be a 10-day international trip (included in the tuition fee) to complement the international business course in the program. Since the EMBA is designed to suit candidates with a minimum of ten years of work experience with at least three years in a managerial or professional capacity, the GMAT (graduate entrance exam to business schools) requirement will be waived for executive applicants. A GPA of 2.5 or higher is required to be admitted, but participants must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher to graduate. For details, please contact: Professor Tom Burns, Manager Graduate Programs Craig School of Business California State University, Fresno tombu@csufresno.edu • 559. 278.2107 www.craig.csufresno.edu/mbae

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he Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program provides educational opportunities for individuals to develop analytical and critical thinking skills; to appreciate and engage in ethical decision making; and to enhance the ability to communicate effectively. Specifically, the MPA program offers coursework in quantitative analysis, public institutions, organizational theory, public budgeting and human resource management, public policy, ethics, and public and nonprofit management. This coursework is supplemented by special issue and topic courses in the areas of public and nonprofit management, as well as public policy. The MPA program at Fresno State has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA). In addition, the faculty of this program combines both academic training and practical experience in the courses they teach. This is invaluable in a public administration degree. Students are working professionals in local (e.g., city, county, and school districts) and state government, as well as nonprofit organizations. These individuals are seeking to develop management competencies in the areas of public and nonprofit management. The types of careers that students can expect to enter after completion of this degree would be those in management or administrative positions, as well as policy or program analysis. Working professionals completing the program have experienced promotions from lower- to middle-level management and from middle-level to the higher-levels of management in their home organizations.

MPA students progress toward their degree as a cohort, with recent instruction sites in Fresno or Visalia. Courses in the MPA off-campus program are delivered face-to-face and are held on alternating weekends (e.g., Friday evenings and Saturday mornings and afternoons). The MPA program requires 36 semester units and takes a little less than two and onehalf years to complete. Individuals who have completed a bachelor’s degree at an accredited university or college are eligible to apply for admission to the MPA program. Program requirements include the following: (1) applicants must have a grade point average of at least 2.75 over the course of their undergraduate careers; (2) Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores of at least 475 in the Quantitative section and 475 in the Verbal section of the General Test; (3) submission of one letter of recommendation; and (4) professional experience in the field of public administration, nonprofit management, or other related fields. The fee is $290 per unit for the current Visalia cohort, for a total of $10,440 for the complete program. The cost of books and materials is not included. Students are eligible to apply for financial aid. Students must apply to the university online at www.csumentor.edu and must also apply to the MPA program. The next MPA cohort will likely begin in the Fall of 2012 in downtown Fresno. To inquire about the program, contact the MPA program coordinator: Dr. Kurt Cline California State University, Fresno, Department of Political Science kcline@csufresno.edu • 559.278.2865 www.csufresno.edu/polysci/degrees/ ma_pubadmin.shtml

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Degree Programs RN to BSN Degree Completion Program

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he California State University, Fresno, Department of Nursing offers opportunity for advanced placement in the baccalaureate program for applicants who have earned an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and hold a Registered Nurse (RN) license. The curriculum is designed to emphasize theory-based practice in nursing and provide the foundation for graduate study in nursing. Individuals holding an RN degree can benefit from earning a BSN degree to: • facilitate movement up the career ladder • apply for public health nurse certification • prepare for admission to school nurse, clinical nurse specialist, and nurse practitioner programs The Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNto-BSN program is offered by the expert faculty of the Department of Nursing in cooperation with Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Division of Continuing and Global Education. Courses are offered as hybrids, with some classes delivered via computer-based learning modalities and some held at the practice site. Students progress toward their degree as a cohort, taking 18 months to complete degree requirements. Admission criteria for the multisite program is the same as those of the on-campus RN-to-BSN program. Students must be admitted to the California State University, Fresno, Office of Undergraduate Studies and have a California registered nurse license. In addition, applicants must have current malpractice insurance, and current CPR certification.

Applicants must complete a Department of Nursing application and a University application. Students are selected through evaluation of academic performance and work experience. California State University, Fresno has been authorized to admit, on a case by-basis, upper division transfer students who are qualified but lack the required general education requirements in critical thinking or math and quantitative reasoning. All program units are taken through the Division of Continuing and Global Education. Students are not required to take any portion of their coursework on the California State University, Fresno campus. Students may transfer a maximum of 70 units and will earn 57 units in residence for a total of 127 units to earn the BSN degree. Of the 57 units in residence; a typical program consists of: • 26 units in the nursing major • 12 units UDGE coursework • 19 units of upper division units, which are validated credit for equivalent nursing coursework Fees are $290 per unit. To inquire about becoming a student or offering the program at your practice site, contact: Janine Spencer, RN, EdD RN to BSN Coordinator jspencer@csufresno.edu 559.278.8209 Visit the website for program details: www.csufresno.edu/chhs/depts_programs/ nursing/degrees_programs/RN_BSN.shtml

Master of Arts in Reading – Online

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s a teacher, you know that reading skills are a fundamental part of your students’ success in the classroom. Without good reading skills, students will struggle in all of their coursework— math, science, social studies, and even the arts. That’s why teaching reading is such a rewarding occupation—it shapes the life of a student because no matter what their future occupation, each student will read something, every day of their life. A Master of Arts in Reading provides you with the skills to become a better reading teacher and the online format means you can study and complete your degree in five semesters without having to sit in a classroom. The Reading Program at California State University, Fresno is a national leader in many areas in reading instruction. Our award-winning, nationally recognized faculty publish in the top journals and write best-selling textbooks in the field of reading. Also, Fresno State is the home site for the Renaissance Group, a consortium of 20 middle-sized universities whose mission is to improve teacher education at regional universities. The Master of Arts in Reading online program includes videos of classroom scenarios, wikis, blogs, and research about effective reading and writing instruction. You will be able to see the professor right on your computer and hear their passionate presentations; you won’t miss a thing. Enrollment is open for fall, spring and summer. For more information and application please visit: http://mastersinreading.com or contact: Glenn DeVoogd, Ph.D. Professor and Chair Department of Literacy and Early Education California State University, Fresno gdevoogd@csufresno.edu • 559.278.0279

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Education for Educators CD-ROM or Online Courses Complete these courses at your convenience and at your own pace. Earn professional development units and enhance your teaching skills.

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he following are CD-ROM based or online training courses. The software is designed to be loaded onto the hard drive of your personal computer from a CD. These courses may also be taken online and the only requirement is high-speed Internet access. Courses are offered cooperatively by California State University, Fresno and Virtual Education Software, Inc. (VESi). These self-paced computer training courses are easy to operate. If you can turn on a computer, you can run these programs! Instructor access for technical or professional questions is easily provided by toll-free phone or email. For special registration procedures, contact the Division of Continuing and Global Education at 559.278.0333.

Refund Policy Online Courses – Once you log onto the course, no refund is available. Prior to logging on, you may request a refund using the Program Change/Refund Form found on page 35 of this catalog. Refunds, less a $10 processing fee, will only be granted for a period of 30 days following receipt of the registration form in the Division of Continuing and Global Education Office. CD-ROM – A full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted to participants requesting a refund within 30 days of the registration date. All materials must be returned to VESi unused in order to receive a refund. No refunds will be made after 30 days past registration date.

Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually: A New Paradigm

Why DI? An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course is designed to explain and connect the major concepts, procedures, and reasoning processes of mathematics. Current research and trends in math education will be discussed to outline teaching methodology that is conceptual, contextual, and constructive. Activities are presented to explain underlying concepts and illustrate constructive teaching. The course has been divided into four chapters covering four math topics: number sense, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and fractions. Emphasis is placed on exploring how to develop mathematical understanding in learners.

his is an interactive computer-based instruction course, designed to give you an understanding of the framework of and need for creating supportive learning environments for diverse learning populations. In this course you will learn what is meant by Differentiated Instruction (DI), what is multiple intelligence, and the common myths associated with creating the differentiated classroom. We will discuss legal, theoretical, and pedagogical foundations in the field of education that support the utilization of differentiated instructional practices and principles. We will reflect on best practices and national trends in the design of the educational setting to meet the needs of a diverse learning population. This course will also provide connections to a variety of concepts, variables, and resources that will assist practitioners in aligning their own professional practices with various learning styles found in the differentiated classroom.

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Ideal for early childhood and elementary school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36658 (CD-ROM) or 36659 (online) Units: Two Course: CI 380T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Kim Chappell, Ed.D. See page 27.

Requirements: The software operates on a Macintosh with OS 9.x or OS 10.x, or a PC with Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional or newer; 256MB of RAM and 5MB of free hard disk space, 15” or larger color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800x600, CD driver with 4x minimum speed and a printer connected to your computer.

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Ideal for early childhood and elementary school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36399 (CD-ROM) or 36400 (online) Units: Three Course: CI 380T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Steve Dahl, M.Ed. See page 27.

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Education for Educators Early Childhood Education: Family-Centered Services

Early Childhood Education: Observation and Assessment

Early Childhood Education: Program Planning

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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amily-centered service (FCS) is an approach to service delivery that grew out of family preservation attempts in the mid-seventies to prevent out-of-home placements of minors. Since then, familycentered services has expanded from a particular type of service to an overall philosophy for the delivery of services to families. FCS currently includes a wide range of programs from family support prevention services to family preservation, for families who are dealing with extremely difficult situations.

his course is designed to help educators, para-professionals and child caregivers observe and assess various aspects of children’s development and programs. The course will discuss various types of observation and recording tools, as well as the advantages and disadvantages associated with each. The why, when, where, what and how of conducting appropriate observations and authentic assessments will be covered. Participants will gain techniques for organizing, analyzing and interpreting observation data. This course will teach you how to apply assessment information to improve program quality and to best meet the needs of individual children.

he course will discuss numerous considerations for planning and implementing a comprehensive, researchbased curriculum for young children. We will also discuss what curriculum is, and identify guidelines presented by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) for appropriate curriculum for young children through eight years of age. We will take an overall look at the basic steps for creating an appropriate curriculum, planning a daily schedule, and creating lesson plans and activities for early childhood programs.

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Ideal for early childhood and elementary school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36546 (CD-ROM) or 36547 (online) Units: Two Course: LEE 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Aumony Dahl, M.Ed. See page 27.

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Ideal for early childhood and elementary school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36550 (CD-ROM) or 36551 (online) Units: Three Course: LEE 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Darcie Donegan, M.Ed. See page 27.

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Ideal for early childhood and elementary school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36552 (CD-ROM) or 36553 (online) Units: Three Course: LEE 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Aumony Dahl, M.Ed. See page 27.


Education for Educators Early Childhood Education: Typical and Atypical Development Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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e will examine the historical roots and methods of child study, major psychological theories, and developmental principles and definitions. We will study child development chronologically, beginning with conception and growth before birth. Next, we consider the special characteristics and needs of the newly delivered baby, including common developmental variations, and finally, we will focus on toddlers. Students will learn about typical and varied preschool development in many areas—moral, social, self-esteem, early learning, motor skills, communication abilities, and more. Ideal for early childhood and elementary school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36554 (CD-ROM) or 36555 (online) Units: Three Course: LEE 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Darcie Donegan, M.Ed. See page 27.

Early Childhood Education: Infant and Toddler Emotional Development

Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Interventions for Effective Teaching

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his course has been divided into six chapters which will provide information on such issues as definition, best practice methods, attachment, temperament, and infant and toddler curriculum. The subject areas are sequential and, although it is not required, they should be completed in the order in which they are presented in the program. After completing these six chapters you should have the basic framework for understanding the critical role of infant and toddler mental health, as well as developmental knowledge of children from birth to thirty-six months.

his course will provide information on such issues as definition, history, treatment and even some referral sources that may be accessed. The subject areas are sequential and, although it is not required, they should be completed in the order in which they are presented in the program. After completing the course you should have the basic framework for understanding what causes the disorder. This may also help you understand why students with ADD have behavioral problems in the classroom and other school settings.

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This course is offered for academic credit through either Literacy and Early Education or Child and Family Sciences. Ideal for early childhood instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36548 (CD-ROM) or 36549 (online) Units: Two Course: LEE 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Aumony Dahl, M.Ed. See page 27.

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Ideal for elementary and middle school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36662 (CD-ROM) or 36673 (online) Units: Two Course: COUN 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Mick R. Jackson, M.S., Ed.D. See page 27.

OR Class No. 36653 (CD-ROM) or 36655 (online) Units: Two Course: CFS 132T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Aumony Dahl, M.Ed. See page 27.

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Education for Educators Behavior is Language: Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behavior Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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earn behavioral techniques and intervention strategies that remediate disruptive behavior, reduce power struggles, increase classroom control, reduce burn-out and feelings of ineffectiveness, without increasing your work load. Gain a new perspective on students’ behavior and learn effective tools to facilitate positive student changes. Then practice your new skills with the simulated classroom scenarios presented in the program. Learn all this at home or work, on your own time, at your own pace. Ideal for middle and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36674 (CD-ROM) or 36675 (online) Units: Three Course: COUN 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Mick R. Jackson, M.S., Ed.D. See page 27.

Refund Policy Online Courses – Once you log onto the course, no refund is available. Prior to logging on, you may request a refund using the Program Change/Refund Form found on page 35 of this catalog. Refunds, less a $10 processing fee, will only be granted for a period of 30 days following receipt of the registration form in the Division of Continuing and Global Education Office. CD-ROM – A full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted to participants requesting a refund within 30 days of the registration date. All materials must be returned to VESi unused in order to receive a refund. No refunds will be made after 30 days past registration date.

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Drugs and Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use and Abuse Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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ake this course to gain a more comprehensive understanding of alcohol, drugs, and their influences in your classroom. The course provides a contextual framework for understanding what students may be experiencing through either their own substance use or the substance use of persons close to them. This course provides a basic historical perspective on substance use, along with the biological, psychological, and social factors that comprise the disease of addiction. Upon course completion, you will better understand the complex dynamics that contribute to this biological and social phenomenon. Ideal for middle and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36676 (CD-ROM) or 36677 (online) Units: Two Course: COUN 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Peggy Rapp, MSW. See page 27.

Harassment, Bullying and Cyber-Intimidation in Schools Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course will discuss definitions and the personal, social and legal ramifications associated with sexual harassment, bullying and cyber-intimidation. It will address what we know about these troubling areas. We will then explore preventative strategies as well as how school staff can address these issues when they occur. A clear understanding of what constitutes harassment and the harmful effects of harassment on people and institutions is essential to providing a safe and inclusive school environment for all. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36678 (CD-ROM) or 36679 (Online) Units: Two Course: COUN 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Candyce Reynolds, Ph.D. See page 27.

To register for these classes, visit www.csufresno.edu/cge/registration


Education for Educators Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention and Intervention Strategies Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course is designed to give you a better understanding of school violence and enhance your intervention strategies. It provides an overview of violence and the motivational purposes behind aggression. The correlation and impact of the media, community, and family upon violence is investigated. You will learn identification and intervention approaches to working with out-ofcontrol behaviors. In addition, you will receive information about the national resources available for both parents and teachers. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have a better understanding of violence and the motivations behind the use of violence, as well as specific strategies for minimizing the occurrence of violence in a school and community. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36680 (CD-ROM) or 36681 (online) Units: Two Course: COUN 180T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Michael Sedler, D.Min. See page 27.

Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course is geared primarily for professionals (e.g., regular or special educators, instructional assistants, school psychologists, and counselors) serving children and youth presenting behavior problems in the school or community. The course focuses on cognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions (often lumped under the rubric “social skills”) with an emphasis on teaching students how to change and manage their own behavior. Since previous knowledge and understanding of traditional behavioral (operant) concepts and strategies is required, it is strongly recommended that you take an introductory behavior management course to learn the basic terms and concepts of behavior management, prior to taking this “advanced” course. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36526 (CD-ROM) or 36527 (online) Units: Two Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Mick R. Jackson, M.S., Ed.D.

Autism and Asperger’s Disorder: Information and Effective Intervention Strategies Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course is designed to help you achieve a better understanding of Autism and Asperger’s Disorder and intervention strategies to enhance communication and learning and to teach more conventional behaviors. Topics include characteristics of the disorder, learning styles associated with the disorder, communication weaknesses, and various intervention strategies that have proven to be successful when working with students with Autism spectrum disorders. The course helps you make sense out of why individuals with Autism spectrum disorders act the way they do and what you can do to enhance more appropriate behavior. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36528 (CD-ROM) or 36529 (online) Units: Two Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Marrea Winnega, Ph.D. See page 27.

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Also of interest: Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom – page 24

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Education for Educators Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children

Educational Assessment: Assessing Student Learning in the Classroom

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

his course is designed to help classroom teachers, school counselors, and other educational personnel learn strategies to reach and teach students who have been affected by child abuse or neglect. Participants will learn the signs and symptoms for the three types of abuse (physical abuse, emotional abuse, and sexual abuse) and the four types of neglect (physical neglect, medical neglect, emotional neglect, and educational neglect). Participants will explore how abuse and neglect affect a student’s learning, cognitive brain development, and social-emotional development. The shortand long-term consequences of neglect as well as the social and family causes will be reviewed. The educator’s role in the intervention and prevention of child abuse and neglect will be discussed.

his course is designed to further develop the conceptual and technical skills required by teachers to help them identify their educational goals and implement meaningful instructional strategies for effective learning by students with special needs. The focus of this course will therefore be on assessment for instructional programming.

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Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36530 (CD-ROM) or 36531 (online) Units: Two Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Joan Halverstadt, M.S. See page 27.

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The course will outline procedures for designing or selecting, administering, and interpreting a variety of informal assessment measures typically used in schools. The use of a range of informal assessment measures in the academic and social skills areas will form the core of the content to be covered. The presentation of assessment information in an acceptable format to parents and teachers will also be addressed. Ideal for elementary and middle school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36532 (CD-ROM) or 36533 (online) Units: Two Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Achuthan (Bob) Pillay, Ed.D. See page 27.

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Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course was written to help teachers understand concepts and terms related to educating students in inclusive classrooms. The course also helps teachers learn about the continuum of placements school systems can use in providing special education services to students with disabilities. The course helps you understand the federal definition of students entitled to special education services, as well as procedures you can use in determining whether these students can be educated in the regular classroom. The course also identifies and describes the roles and responsibilities of special and general educators in providing special education services to students educated in inclusive classrooms. This course is designed to help special and general educators gain a better understanding of inclusion, one of the current educational reform movements that advocates for educating students with disabilities in the general education classroom. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36534 (CD-ROM) or 36535 (online) Units: Two Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Florah Luseno, Ph.D. See page 27.


Education for Educators Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

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his course is designed for special education teachers, general classroom teachers, integration teachers and related professionals, especially those working in the areas of language, psychology and counseling. It will cover diverse theoretical approaches, lay the foundations for sensitive and appropriate assessment and evaluation of students, provide directions for program planning and implementation, indicate the importance of and the need for a close and positive partnership with parents (or alternative caregivers), and consider ways for ensuring that the home-school axis is effective and meaningful. This course will also consider some major trends and unresolved issues in the field of learning disabilities. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36536 (CD-ROM) or 36537 (online) Units: Three Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Achuthan (Bob) Pillay, Ed.D.

Talented and Gifted: Working with High Achievers

Teaching Diversity: Influences and Issues in the Classroom

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

his course is designed to provide a foundation in Talented and Gifted (TAG) education. It will provide individuals with knowledge and skills necessary to identify and serve TAG students through a planned program that will meet the needs of intellectually gifted and academically talented students within a framework of common practice based on current research. Participants will gain an understanding of the characteristics and needs of TAG students, current legislation as it relates to the education of talented and gifted children in the U.S., identification procedures, assessment options, programs and services models, and curriculum modification options.

his course is designed to give you the knowledge and tools to effectively facilitate a diverse classroom. It will help you understand and identify differences in approaches to learning and performance, including different learning styles and ways in which students demonstrate learning. This course will emphasize how students’ learning is influenced by individual experiences, talents, disabilities, gender, language, culture, family, and community values. You will be challenged to apply knowledge of the richness of contributions from our diverse society to your teaching field.

Ideal for elementary and middle school instructors.

Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36540 (CD-ROM) or 36541 (online) Units: Two Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $330 Instructor: Pamela Bernards, Ed.D. See page 27.

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Education for Educators/Music Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma and Violence on Student Learning

Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom

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Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

Self-paced CD-ROM or Online

his course is designed to help classroom teachers, school counselors, and other educational personnel learn strategies to reach and teach students who have been affected by stress, trauma, and/or violence. Participants will explore how stress, violence, and trauma affect a student’s learning, cognitive brain development, and social-emotional development. The short- and long-term consequences of being exposed to stress, trauma, or violence, as well as the social and family causes, will be reviewed. Participants will learn the dynamics of domestic violence and community violence. The educator’s role in the intervention and prevention of violence will be discussed.

his course is about violence in America, about the aggression in our schools, classrooms, streets, homes, and elsewhere. The course speaks to the hate, the fights, the anger, the crimes committed and the victims in our schools and society. It is a course about students, children, teenagers, adults, and neighbors— all of us. The course will consider the many forms of aggression, both criminal and otherwise; its costs and motivation; its perpetrators and targets; its likely and unlikely locations; its impact on our schools and children; and, most importantly, its several causes and promising solutions.

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Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors. Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through April 16; coursework must be completed by May 17 Class No. 36544 (CD-ROM) or 36545 (online) Units: Three Course: SWRK 122T Grading Option: Letter Grade Fee: $480 Instructor: Michael Sedler, D.Min. See page 27.

New Horizons Band/Orchestra t’s never too late to renew your enthusiasm for music by learning to play a new instrument, or by dusting off your old instrument and playing again. New Horizons Band and Orchestra provides an opportunity for adults to make new friends and enjoy playing music together each week. It’s Easy and Fun! As an adult you have advantages that will help you learn. If you played your instrument years ago, you will be amazed at how much you remember and how quickly you will be able to play again. If you have questions about your skill level, or about the class, please call the Director, Archie Rader, at 559.431.8793, or email him at arader5831@ aol.com. Dates: Wednesdays, Jan. 25 – May 16, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. (String instruments start at 5:30 p.m.; band instruments start at 6:30 p.m.) No class on April 4. The spring concert will take place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012. Place: University High School, Music Room Class No. 36364 Units: Non-credit Fee: $150 Instructor: Archie Rader, M.A. See page 27. Preregistration recommended by January 18.

Also of interest: Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention and Intervention Strategies – page 21

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Music/Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Parking Parking restrictions on campus will apply for this evening course. Daily parking permits ($3.00/day) may be obtained from dispensers located in all parking lots (see Campus Map on inside back cover). Ridesharing is encouraged.

Become an OLLI Member! • Renew your enthusiasm for learning in a relaxed

atmosphere • Join a community of learners age 50+ with similar interests • Learn and explore for the pure enjoyment of it, without entrance requirements, grades or tests

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resno State’s innovative educational program for individuals aged 50 and above, funded by a grant from the Bernard Osher Foundation, joins 121 other Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes (OLLIs) in colleges and universities throughout the country.

See the New Horizons Band perform at a spring concert: http://bit.ly/NewHorizonsSpring11Concert

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he OLLI provides unique opportunities to inspire members to take a fresh look at themselves, the future, their generation, and the world of possibilities ahead. A rich array of lectures, classes, and field trips provide invigorating intellectual stimulation during the spring and fall, with a limited schedule of activities offered during the summer. Activities take place on the Fresno State campus as well as off-site.

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ound intriguing? To request more information about our activities, please call 559.278.0008; email osher@csufresno.edu; visit www.csufresno.edu/olli; or return the form below to: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 5245 N. Backer Avenue, M/S PB5 Fresno, CA 93740

Please send OLLI program information to: Name___________________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________ City/Zip_ _______________________________________________________ Phone___________________________________________________________ Email_ __________________________________________________________

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Test Preparation Test Preparation GMAT Preparation Course – Online

GRE Preparation Course – Online

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or students preparing for the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), this online course provides effective test taking strategies, access to official tests, and exposure to an official, retired GMAT exam. Topics covered include math ability problem-solving, reading comprehension, analytical writing assessment, and critical reasoning. Course fee includes four months of web access, an adaptive CD-ROM, and a book of official GMAT tests. Dates: Self-paced; students may start at any time, must be completed within four months of start date Class No. (will be assigned) Units: Non-credit Fee: $435 Instructor: Cambridge Education Services

LSAT Preparation Course – Online

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his four-month web course is designed to help students of all ability levels prepare for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). The online course provides a guided and customized plan to help you identify your test-taking strengths and offers helpful strategies to address your weaknesses. In addition to a complete review of all LSAT content by subject and questiontype, this self-study course prepares you to maximize your performance on test day. Emphasis is placed on Cambridge’s Six-Step Approach to score improvements, including diagnostic testing, essential basic skills review, necessary test-taking strategies, valuable practice test reinforcement—all of which will assist you in the development of your own personal study plan. Course fee includes four months of web access, an adaptive CD-ROM, as well as a book of official LSAT exams. Dates: Self-paced; students may start at any time, must be completed within four months of start date Class No. (will be assigned) Units: Non-credit Fee: $435 Instructor: Cambridge Education Services

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Summer Vet Camp Coming this Summer!

re you ready for the new GRE? Be prepared to review the new exam by focusing on math, logic, and verbal skills needed to ace the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Emphasis is placed on analytical writing, verbal and quantitative skills. The course will also focus on identifying question types, test-taking strategies and working with sample questions that reflect the new test format. Course fee includes four months of web access, and the official GRE guide (with CD-ROM). Dates: Self-paced; students may start at any time, must be completed within four months of start date Class No. (will be assigned) Units: Non-credit Fee: $435 Instructor: Cambridge Education Services

SAT Preparation Course – Online

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esigned to help prepare you for the SAT, this online course provides a guided personalized plan that identifies your test-taking strengths and offers helpful strategies to address your weaknesses. In addition to a complete review of SAT content by subject and questiontype, this self-study course prepares you to maximize your performance on test day. Emphasis is placed on Cambridge’s Six-Step approach to score improvements which includes diagnostic testing, basic skills review, test-taking strategies, practice test reinforcement, and development of your own personal study plan. Course fee includes four months of web access, an adaptive CD-ROM, and two official SAT exams. Dates: Self-paced; students may start at any time, must be completed within four months of start date Class No. (will be assigned) Units: Non-credit Fee: $435 Instructor: Cambridge Educational Services

Two camps available! For students entering grades 7 – 9

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ummer Vet Camp is a young person’s ticket to the real and exciting world of Veterinary Medicine. Veterinary experts will provide hands-on experiences, live animals, technology demonstrations and labs, and explain how to prepare for a career in Veterinary Medicine. A team of qualified veterinarians and veterinary technicians will lead this award-winning program. Discover your role in this dynamic field! Monday – Friday, July 16 – 20, 8 a.m. – 12 noon

OR Monday – Friday, July 23 – 27, 8 a.m. – 12 noon For details, call 559.278.0333. To view a demonstration of suturing techniques, go to: http://bit.ly/VetCampFresno2010


Faculty List Pamela Bernards, Ed.D., has 30 years of combined experience in diverse PK-8 and high school settings as a teacher and an administrator. In addition to these responsibilities, she was the founding director of a K-8 after school care program and founder of a pre-school program for infants to 4-year-olds. When she was a principal, her school was named a U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. Most recently, the school in which she serves as curriculum coordinator was named a 2010 Blue Ribbon School. Shirley Bruegman, Ed.D., is former Vice Chancellor of the State Center Community College District. Kim Chappell, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor of Education at Crown College in Minnesota. Currently, she teaches undergraduate courses in the Teacher Education Department, and supervises student teachers, mentors students, and writes curriculum. Professor Chappell has over 19 years of teaching experience, 14 of those years in grades one through eight. She spent nine years teaching middle school mathematics. She has a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, a Master of Science in Mathematics Education, and an Ed.D. in Instructional Leadership. Aumony Dahl, M.Ed., received her Master’s degree in Exceptional Children from Western Washington University. She is certified to teach in K-12 Special Education with an additional endorsement in Early Childhood Special Education. Steve Dahl, M.Ed., has served as a district-level administrator overseeing a variety of federal programs, such as Special Education and Title 1, for the past five years. He has a Master’s Degree in Special Education and has completed post-Master’s coursework to obtain a Washington State Administrator Credential which certifies him to oversee programs ranging from Preschool settings through 12th grade. He has 17 years of combined experience in resourceroom special education classrooms, inclusion support in comprehensive high schools, and support to adults with disabilities in accessing a wide range of community settings. Darcie Donegan, M.Ed., received her B.A. at the University of Washington and her Master’s degree in Human Development, specializing in Early Childhood Education and Adult Education, from Pacific Oaks College. She has worked with young children and their caregivers for more than 25 years in various capacities, including preschool teacher, center director, parent educator, trainer, and consultant.

Ana Gutierrez is a graduate of California State University, Fresno with a double major in Spanish and Mass Communications. She has been working as a professional interpreter for the last seven years and is experienced with criminal law, administrative hearings, and medical interpreting. She currently works at Children’s Hospital Central California and Madera Superior Court. Joan Halverstadt, M.S., has been a school counselor since 1994, working with at-risk preschool and elementary age students. She has more than 30 years of experience working in early childhood education with children and families, including working with children affected by family issues, abuse, or trauma. Mick R. Jackson, M.S., Ed.D., is a Special Education Teacher/Behavioral Intervention Specialist. Florah Luseno, Ph.D., received her doctorate in administration and supervision of special education from Virginia Polytechnic State University. Her background experience is in the area of special education, with special interest in emotional and behavioral disorders, mental retardation, and inclusion. Jason Marshall, M.A., BCBA, received his degree in psychology with emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from California State University, Fresno. He has presented research at multiple state and national conferences and has served as a guest reviewer for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Achuthan (Bob) Pillay, Ed.D., is a doctorate level instructor who has been teaching in the field of special education for the past 30 years. He has received numerous national and international awards for his research in the field and has headed boards and committees in more than five countries to develop and strengthen special services. Archie Rader, M.A., is the Director and Conductor of New Horizons Band and Orchestra, and has spent the last 52 years teaching instrumental music. He is a professional musician and conductor of public school and professional orchestras. He graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio and received his Master’s degree from Arizona State University. Peggy Rapp, MSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with 25 years of experience in the field of mental health, substance abuse and the elderly. She currently is the Assistant Dean of Professional Studies at Concordia College, New York and works as a consultant for the Southern Westchester Board of Education. Prior to her career in higher education, she provided services

to dually-diagnosed individuals through New York University’s program for the homeless in New York City. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Social Work at NYU. Candyce Reynolds, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Post Secondary Adult and Continuing Education in the Graduate School of Education at Portland State University. She has served at Portland State University as the Director of Affirmative Action where she spearheaded the development of the Sexual Harassment Training Program, as well as the development of the university’s sexual harassment and consensual relationship policy. She holds an A.B. in Psychology and Social Welfare from UC Berkeley, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon. Michael Sedler, D.Min., has presented seminars and classes throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada. He has worked as an administrator, behavior specialist, teacher, and social worker within the public school setting. He is an adjunct professor for two universities in the state of Washington and has been a professor for a college in Georgia. Dianne Sharples, Ed.D., is an educational consultant and trainer. She taught nursing for 15 years at College of the Sequoias and was then Dean of Academic Services for 18 years. She also taught with the CSU Statewide University for ten years. She has been very active at the state level in community college educational issues. Criss Wilhite, M.A., BCBA, earned her undergraduate degrees in Art and Philosophy, and a Master of Arts in Psychology from California State University, Fresno. She has taught core courses in Psychology at Fresno State since 1986. In 1998, she developed the department’s Applied Behavior Analysis Program, and has served as the undergraduate program’s director since then. It has grown to include three BCBA faculty members, over 85 active undergraduates, 20 graduate students, and is a boardapproved program. Marrea Winnega, Ph.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with more than 14 years of experience in the field of autism spectrum disorders. She is a consultant to schools and agencies serving individuals with autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger’s Disorder. Three years ago, Dr. Winnega developed the Autism Dynamic Beginnings classroom, an intensive, multimodal classroom for three- to six-yearolds with autism.

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International Study International Study

Netherlands, Belgium and Paris featuring historic Bruges & Floriade 2012

Italy’s Treasures: Art, Food & Wine of Italy

Summer Short-Term Faculty-led International Study Tours

April 9 – 19, 2012

October 12 – 23, 2012

Finland: Qualitative Research SWRK 272T, 3 units, May 21-June 3, 2012

Floriade is the World Horticultural Expo held only once every ten years in the Netherlands, offering the world’s most exquisite flowers, plants, trees, fruits and vegetables in a 165-acre country setting. Following your days in Amsterdam, you will travel to Brussels, Bruges, Paris, and Giverny, where you will visit Monet’s lovely home and palatial gardens. Program price: $4,449 per person, double occupancy, including round trip airfare from Fresno.

Italy: Architecture of Italy ID 132T, 3 units, May 20-June 10, 2012

Islands of New England

Savor the art, food and wine of Italy on this small group (maximum 24) Explorations tour, which includes a four-night villa stay in the heart of Tuscany. You will visit Stresa, the Swiss town of Locarno, Lake Orta, Cinque Terre, Lucca, Cortona, Florence, Siena, Bologna, and conclude this tour in beautiful Venice. Your days will include a winery visit, Tuscan cooking lesson and lunch, and boat ride to Murano Island for a glass-blowing demonstration. Program price: $5,099 per person, double occupancy, including round trip airfare from Fresno.

June 22 – 29, 2012

Southern Charm Holiday

The following courses offer Fresno State academic credit. Please see our webpage for more details www.csufresno.edu/cge/ programs/travel_study/credit.shtml China: From Farm to Fork AGBS 185T, 3 units, May 21-June 6, 2012

Puerto Rico: Administration of Justice Criminology, 1 unit, June 19-23, 2012 Salamanca, Spain: Spanish 3 or Spanish 125, 3 units, May 20-June 7, 2012

Non-Credit Travel Study Programs Explore the unique combination of travel and learning offered by our non-credit travel study programs. You don’t have to be a student to participate in these programs and travelers of all ages are welcome. For details, call 559.278.0423 or email travelstudy@ csufresno.edu.

The Best of Kenya May 23 - June 4 , 2012 Witness the beauty of Africa with naturalist and experienced tour guide Ralph Waterhouse. Immerse yourself in the cradle of mankind during this memorable African safari. You will be overwhelmed by the incredible abundance and diversity of wildlife. Ralph Waterhouse, retired director of the Chaffee Zoo, and local experts will lead you into an amazing journey as you view Africa’s fauna, flora, and people. Space is limited; for detailed itineraries contact travelstudy@csufresno. edu or call 559.278.0423.

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This journey highlights the natural beauty and traditional charm of New England, beginning in Providence, the capital of Rhode Island. You’ll visit Newport and its historic mansions from America’s gilded age, then tour the historical charm of Boston. Your trip will conclude with stops in Cape Cod, where you will enjoy the Cape Cod Dinner train, and a ferry ride to Martha’s Vineyard. Program price: $2,299 per person, double occupancy, including round trip airfare from Fresno.

Canada’s Atlantic Coast

December 1 – 6, 2012 Experience true Southern hospitality and charm in Georgia and South Carolina, beginning in beautiful antebellum Charleston. Visit Fort Sumter before traveling south along the coast to Beaufort and Savannah. Your tour continues with stops in Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island, followed by travel to the oldest city in the U.S., St. Augustine, Florida. Your trip concludes in Jacksonville. Program price: $2,464 per person, double occupancy, including round trip airfare from Fresno.

August 9 – 18, 2012 Enjoy the rugged, pristine beauty of Canada’s Atlantic Coast as you arrive in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Highlights of this tour include Peggy’s Cove, Hopewell Rocks, Prince Edward Island, Cavendish National Park, Cape Breton Island, and the Cabot Trail with its spectacular Atlantic ocean views. Program price: $3,354 per person, double occupancy, including round trip airfare from Fresno.

For details on any of these non-credit travel study programs, email travelstudy@csufresno.edu or call 559.278.0423.


Open University Open University Take a university class in spring 2012 without being admitted to the university? YES!

What is Open University? California State University, Fresno’s Open University Program permits you, as a member of the general community, to take University classes after regularly enrolled students have registered and when there is still space available in the class.

Do I need to be officially admitted to the University? NO! Admission to the University is not necessary. The Open University Program was designed to increase access to classes for people who are not “matriculated” students at California State University, Fresno. Open University may be just the program you’ve been looking for, if you: • want to examine a new field before enrolling in a degree program • missed the deadline for admission • want to update your professional training • are thinking of a career change and need retraining • are seeking academic credit from an outstanding University

What does Open University cost? The registration fee is $295 per unit effective with the 2012 spring semester. This fee applies to everyone, whether or not you are a California resident and is subject to change by the Campus Fee Committee.

International Students

Please Note:

Undergraduate International students may register through Open University ONLY if they: (1) are enrolled full-time at another college, (2) have permission from their school’s registrar, AND (3) have filed a California State University, Fresno International Student Application (with fee) within appropriate deadlines. They must also have submitted required official documents and have been evaluated to be ineligible for regular California State University, Fresno admission. Early planning is important in order to meet the university application filing deadline. Contact the university Admissions office at 559.278.2191 to determine the University application deadline. Students who wish to apply after the deadline must go to the International Admissions Office for approval.

Students admitted to the university and enrolled in regular university classes can not participate in Open University.

When do classes begin? The first day of classes for the Spring 2012 semester is January 17, 2012. Students can begin enrolling through Open University on Tuesday, January 24. The last day to register without a late fee is February 6. Late registration is February 7 – 13.

How do I register? • Simply choose the courses that interest you from the Schedule of Courses, which is available online at my.csufresno.edu. Be sure you have met any prerequisites that may be listed with your courses. • Report to the first class meeting. If space is available, obtain a permission number from your instructor and enroll during the second and third weeks of class. • You may enroll online at www. csufresno.edu/cge/registration or in person at the Division of Continuing and Global Education, Education building, Room 130.

Those planning to enroll in graduate-level courses should check with the department graduate program coordinator. No more than nine units taken through Extension may be applied toward a master’s degree. However, approval of such credit is the prerogative of the department. A student is permitted to register for a maximum of seven units during any given semester. Permission of the Dean and Associate Vice President of Continuing and Global Education is required for more than seven units. You may apply up to 24 units of Open University coursework toward your baccalaureate degree. International students may attend Open University only under very limited circumstances. Contact the International Admissions Office 559.278.2409, Joyal Administration Bldg., Room 211 if you have questions. Parking regulations apply to everyone on campus. You can obtain a daily permit at parking dispensers located throughout campus or a semester permit at the Cashier Windows, Joyal Administration Building. For additional information, contact the Division of Continuing and Global Education, Education Bldg., Room 130, or call us at 559.278.0333.

It’s That Easy!

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Graduate Studies/Study Abroad & International Exchanges Graduate Studies Continuous Enrollment 559.278.2448 www.csufresno.edu/gradstudies Important Policy Change – Affecting All Graduate Students

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ffective with the Spring 2012 semester, university policy will require all graduate students to maintain continuous enrollment at the university.

For more information contact: Division of Graduate Studies Haak Center, Library 4140, West Wing Telephone: 559.278.2448

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Study Abroad & International Exchanges The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges is responsible for leadership and coordination of international study abroad programs conducted by California State University, Fresno. The office is designed to: • assist faculty and administrators in developing and strengthening international education efforts • disseminate information about international study opportunities • encourage students to enroll in international study programs • award limited numbers of tuition waivers to international students coming to study in Fresno • serve as an information center for Fulbright awards and other sources of support for study abroad A faculty advisory council works with the director to assist in this task.

Students have a wide range of studyabroad opportunities through CSU International Programs and the University Studies Abroad Consortium. For information about the variety of international programs available to Fresno State students, call the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges at 559.278.6452, visit Family/ Food Sciences Building, Room 116, or visit www.csufresno.edu/studyabroad/.


Index of Courses A Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (ABBA)..........12 Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents....................21 Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Interventions for Effective Teaching....................................19

Early Childhood Education: Program Planning.....................................................18 Early Childhood Education: Typical and Atypical Development.....................19 Educational Assessment: Assessing Student Learning in the Classroom.......22 Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)..........................14

Autism and Asperger’s Disorder: Information and Effective Intervention Strategies...................................................21

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GRE Preparation Course – Online.........26

Behavior is Language: Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behavior..............20 Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®), Certificate Award for the.......10

C Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children..........................22 Community College Faculty Preparation, Certificate in.......................10 Criminology Law Enforcement Option, Bachelor of Science in..............................13 Criminology, Master of Science in.........14 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment at the Community College......................11

D Degree Programs (Special Sessions)......12 Drugs and Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use and Abuse.......20

E Early Childhood Education: Family-Centered Services.......................18 Early Childhood Education: Infant and Toddler Emotional Development..........19 Early Childhood Education: Observation and Assessment.................18

GMAT Preparation Course – Online.....26

H Harassment, Bullying and CyberIntimidation in Schools...........................20

I Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms.....22 Interdisciplinary ABA Ethics and Systems Support.......................................10 Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Behavior Analysis....................................10

L Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher............23 Legal Interpreting 101.............................11 Legal Interpreting Certificate Award Program..................................................... 11 LSAT Preparation Course – Online.......26

N New Horizons Band/Orchestra............. 24

O Osher Lifelong Learning Institute......... 25

P Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), Certificate of Advanced Study for.................................12 Public Administration, Master of..........15

R Reading, Master of Arts in, Online........ 16 RN to BSN Degree Completion Program..................................................... 16

S SAT Preparation Course – Online..........26 Sponsored Experience at the Community College.................................11

T Talented and Gifted: Working with High Achievers.........................................23 Teaching Diversity: Influences and Issues in the Classroom...........................23 Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually: A New Paradigm............17 Theory and Practice: Effective Teaching and Classroom Communication Strategies......................10 Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma and Violence on Student Learning......................................24

U Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom..................................................24

V Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention and Intervention Strategies...................................................21

W Why DI? An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction.......................17

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Courses Listed by Topic Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®), Certificate Award for the.......10 Interdisciplinary ABA Ethics and Systems Support.......................................10 Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Behavior Analysis....................................10

Community College Certificate - Online Community College Faculty Preparation, Certificate in.......................10 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment at the Community College......................11 Sponsored Experience at the Community College.................................11 Theory and Practice: Effective Teaching and Classroom Communication Strategies......................10

Degree Programs Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (ABBA)..........12 Criminology, Law Enforcement Option, Bachelor of Science in,...............13 Criminology, Master of Science in.........14 Degree Programs (Special Sessions)......12 Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)..........................14 Public Administration, Master of..........15

Interpreting Legal Interpreting 101.............................11 Legal Interpreting Certificate Award Program..................................................... 11

Music New Horizons Band/Orchestra............. 24

Nursing Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), Certificate of Advanced Study for.................................12

Public Administration Public Administration, Master of..........15

Teaching and Classroom Management Advanced Classroom Management: Children as Change Agents....................21 Attention Deficit Disorder: Information and Intervention for Effective Teaching....................................19 Autism and Asperger’s Disorder: Information and Effective Intervention Strategies...................................................21 Behavior is Language: Strategies for Managing Disruptive Behavior..............20 Child Abuse: Working with Abused and Neglected Children..........................22 Drugs and Alcohol in Schools: Understanding Substance Use and Abuse.......20

Reading, Master of Arts in, Online........ 16

Early Childhood Education: Family-Centered Services.......................18

RN to BSN Degree Completion Program..................................................... 16

Early Childhood Education: Infant and Toddler Emotional Development..........19 Early Childhood Education: Observation and Assessment.................18

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Early Childhood Education: Program Planning.....................................................18 Early Childhood Education: Typical and Atypical Development.....................19 Educational Assessment: Assessing Student Learning in the Classroom.......22 Harassment, Bullying and CyberIntimidation in Schools...........................20 Inclusion: Working with Special Needs Students in Mainstream Classrooms.....22 Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher..............23 Talented and Gifted: Working with High Achievers.........................................23 Teaching Diversity: Influences and Issues in the Classroom...........................23 Teaching Elementary Math Conceptually: A New Paradigm............17 Traumatized Child: The Effects of Stress, Trauma and Violence on Student Learning......................................24 Understanding Aggression: Coping with Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom..................................................24 Violence in Schools: Identification, Prevention and Intervention Strategies...................................................21 Why DI? An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction.......................17

Test Preparation GMAT Preparation Course – Online.....26 GRE Preparation Course – Online.........26 LSAT Preparation Course – Online.......26 SAT Preparation Course – Online..........26


Spring 2012

Kremen Education Building, Room 130 559.278.0333 www.csufresno.edu/cge

Registration Form

Register online for most credit courses. Visit www.csufresno.edu/cge/registration

(please print clearly in black or blue ink)

Fresno State ID_______________________ OR Social Security Number _________________ Date of Birth_______________________ Country of Citizenship:_________________________ (for tax deduction/credit purposes) If a U.S. citizen, or permanent resident check one:

If a Non-Immigrant Visa Holder, check one:

 U.S. Citizen

 F-Visa (student)

Last Name

 Male  Female

 Naturalized  Refugee/Asylum  Immigrant 1-551 (Green Card)  H1 Visa  J Visa  TN Visa  Other Visa____________________

First Name

Middle Name

Print any other name(s) you have used at California State University, Fresno Mailing Address

Apt. No.

City/State/Zip

Email Address

Daytime Phone (with area code)

In case of class cancellation, please notify me by:

 Email  Phone _______________________________

Do you have a bachelor’s degree?

 Yes  No

Professional License/Certificate Number (Required for CEUs)

Class Number

Other Phone (with area code)

Type of CEU Requested (Required for CEUs) CREDIT COURSES ONLY

Course Title

(See Program Changes/Withdrawals/Refund Policy, etc. on Reverse Side)

Class Dates

# of (e.g. HS 302) Units Course

Grading Option

Letter CR/NC

Permission # or instructor signature

Instructor Name

Fee

A $10 late fee per course will be assessed after 1st day of class – Late Fee (Refer to Open University guidelines for late fee dates) Additional Course Fees (if any)

I have read and understand the Continuing and Global Education policies regarding registration and program changes/withdrawals/refunds. I understand that enrolling in Continuing and Global Education courses does not constitute admission to the University.

Total Fees $

I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California and the United States of America that I have provided complete and accurate responses to all the items. I authorize California State University to release any information submitted by me to any person, firm, corporation, association, or government agency to verify or explain the information I have provided, to obtain other information necessary for use by California State University concerning my enrollment or any application I have submitted or may submit for admission, administration of financial aid, and/or related to perjury proceedings. My signature certifies the accuracy and completeness of the information that I have provided and I understand that a misrepresentation or any omission may be cause for denial or cancellation of admission, transfer credit, or enrollment. I agree to advise California State University Fresno in writing of any change/s regarding my citizenship and/or U.S. residency, as long as I am a student at this institution.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Signature______________________________________________ Date__________________

Payment Information

Code___________________________________

If making payment online or at cashiers, please make sure your payment is receipted as a Continuing and Global Ed payment. • Check/Money Order (Check# _________________) made payable to Fresno State. Write your Fresno State ID on your check or money order. Return payment with this form to: Continuing and Global Education, 5005 N. Maple Avenue M/S ED76, Fresno, CA 93740-8025. • Credit card payments: The University cannot accept credit card information in printed form, whether it is by mail or fax, due to the liability involved with the sensitive information that is requested. If you wish to pay using a credit card, you have two options: • go to https://my.csufresno.edu. Select Student Self Service > Student Center > Account Inquiry. You may pay using American Express, MasterCard, Discover, or Diners Club cards ONLY. Please note that a service fee of 2.9% is charged when you pay online with a credit card. However, you may pay by electronic check online with no service fee. • go to the Cashier’s Windows, Joyal Building, between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. You may pay using MasterCard and Visa ONLY. • CASH PAYMENTS ARE NOT ACCEPTED IN THE CONTINUING AND GLOBAL EDUCATION OFFICE 33


Ethnic Group Identification

Your voluntary response is requested so we may comply with the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the California Title IX Education Amendment of 1972. Please circle appropriate code. 1 – American Indian or Alaskan native 2 – Black, Non-Hispanic, including African-American 3 – Mexican-American, Mexican, Chicano

A – Central American B – South American Q – Cuban P – Puerto Rican 4 – Other Latino, Spanish-origin, Hispanic

C– J – K– R– 5 – M– L –

Chinese Japanese Korean Asian Indian Other Asian Cambodian Laotian

V – Vietnamese T – Thai S – Other Southeast Asian G – Guamanian H – Hawaiian N – Samoan

6 – Other Pacific Islander 7 – White F – Filipino 8 – Other 9 – No response D – Decline to state

Online (Web-Enhanced/Web-Based) Courses (indicated by classnotes 15 & 17 in the class schedule):

Students planning to enroll in web-based or web-enhanced classes must have a Fresno State email account and ID in order to access course information on Blackboard. If you do not have a Fresno State ID and free Fresno State email account, follow the steps at www. csufresno.edu/cge/registration/new.shtml. You may provide the ID to your instructor and request temporary access to Blackboard prior to registration. This does not enroll you in the class; you must enroll during the enrollment period. If you have a Fresno State ID and email account but cannot remember your username or password, contact the student Help Desk at http://password.csufresno.edu or call 559.278.7000 for assistance with reactivating your account. If you have a Fresno State ID but do not have a Fresno State email account, go to http://email.csufresno.edu to create your free Fresno State email account.

Dishonored Checks:

Writing a bad check is against the law. Bad checks and stopped payments on checks will result in a $20 processing charge and may result in a $10 per class late fee. Bad checks and stopped payments on checks do not constitute an official withdrawal nor relieve you of your financial obligation to the University.

Registration Holds:

If there is a hold on your university account, you will not be permitted to enroll until all holds are cleared. (California Code, Title V, Section 43281) A late fee will be assessed if holds are cleared during or after the late registration period.

Course Cancellations:

If a course is cancelled by the Division of Continuing and Global Education, all fees will be refunded; however, you must request this refund by submitting a Program Change/Refund Form. Courses offered through the Division of Continuing and Global Education are conducted on a self-supporting basis, therefore we reserve the right to cancel a course if not justified by sufficient enrollment.

Withdrawal/Program Change/Refund – Please note: NO REFUND IS MADE UNLESS YOU REQUEST ONE. Form is online: www.csufresno.edu/cge/forms

Regular Credit Courses (5 or more class meetings and online and arranged classes lasting five days or more): With submission of Program Change/Refund form, a full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted prior to the class start date. On or after the class start date, 65% of the fees are refundable until 25% of the course time has elapsed. No refund is made after 25% of course has taken place. For independent study courses, see policy at www.csufresno.edu/cge/catalog/spring/education_educators/index.shtml. Short Credit Courses (four or fewer meetings and online and arranged classes lasting four days or fewer) and Non-Credit Courses: With submission of Program Change/Refund form, a full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted prior to the class start date. No refund will be made after class start date. Late Registration for Regular and Short Credit Courses:

Late registration is not permitted on or after the second class meeting, or for online and arranged classes, two days after the class start date. Registrations received after the class start date will be charged a $10 late fee. Online and CD-ROM Courses: CD-ROM (VESI):

With submission of Program Change/Refund form, a full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted to participants requesting a refund within 30 days of the registration date. All materials must be returned to VESI uninstalled in order to be eligible for a refund. No refund allowed after 30 days past registration date. Online Courses (VESI & Test Prep):

Once you log on to the course, no refund is available. Prior to logging on, you may request a refund by submitting a Program Change/ Refund form. A full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted to participants requesting a refund within 30 days of the registration date with submission of completed Program Change/Refund form. No refund will be made after 30 days past registration date.

Open University Courses:

For complete information on adds, drops, refunds, and withdrawals refer to www.csufresno.edu/cge/programs/open.shtml or call 559.278.0333. Submit a completed Program Change/Refund form to the Continuing and Global Education office by the stated deadline. A 65% refund is available for drops/withdrawals received by the appropriate deadlines. No adds, drops, changes or refunds are permitted after the stated deadline. Classes that meet for less than a full semester are not eligible for refunds after the first class meeting has taken place. Intersession Courses: Refer to www.csufresno.edu/cge/intersession.

Summer Session Courses: Refer to www.csufresno.edu/cge/summersession.

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Kremen Education Building, Room 130 5005 N. Maple Avenue, MS ED76 Fresno, CA 93740-8025 559.278.0333 www.csufresno.edu/cge

Spring 2012 rogram Change/Refund Form Make program changes and pay fees online for most credit courses. Visit my.csufresno.edu

(please print clearly in black or blue ink)

ALL REFUNDS WLL BE SUBJECT TO A $10 ROCESSNG FEE Last_Name_

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Mailing_Address_(City,_State,_Zip)_

First_Name_

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Email_Address_

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Date_of_Birth_ _

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____________Fresno_State_ID_

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____________Phone_Number_

lease check one:

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I_am_signed_up_for_Bulldog_Direct_Deposit_and_understand_that_my_refund_will_be_issued_through_direct_deposit_within_two_(2)_business_days_after__ receiving_an_email_confirmation_(total_time_approximately_4-6_weeks)

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I_am_NOT_signed_up_for_Bulldog_Direct_Deposit_and_understand_that_my_refund_will_be_mailed_to_my_Mailing_Address_located_on_the_Student_Center__ _ within_7-10_business_days_after_processing_(total_time_approximately_4-6_weeks)

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(See Refunds / Withdrawals / Change of rogram, etc. on reverse side)

Select_Code:_ A_=_Adding_a_Course;__D_=_Dropping_a_Course_or_Complete_Withdrawal;___C_=_Change_in_Grading_Option

Code

Class No.

CREDT COURSES ONLY Course (e.g._ART_20)

Permission_ Number (if_adding)

#_of_ Units

Grading_Option

For Open University, signatures required for drops/withdrawals (see reverse)

Letter___CR/NC nstructor's Signature

Date

Chair's Signature

Date

Fees (if adding)

Course Fee

__________________________________________________________________________ Dean of Undergraduate/Graduate Studies Signature Date required for withdrawals from Open University only (see reverse) _ _ _ _ _ _

A $10 late fee per course (see reverse) – Late Fee Total Fees $

ayment nformation

_ Check_or_money_order_#_ _______________________ _(made_payable_to_Fresno_State). Credit_card_payment:_The_University_cannot_accept_credit_card_information_in_printed_form,_whether_it_is_by_mail_or_fax,_due_to_the_liability_involved_with_the_ sensitive_information_that_is_requested._(Please_make_credit_card_payment_online_or_at_the_Cashier_Window) If_eligible_and_applying_for_a_refund,_please_list_your_reason_below._If_dropping_after_the_refund_eligibility_deadline,_please_provide_supporting_documents.

___________________________________________________________ Student’s Signature _ _ _ ___________Date_

_________________________________________________________ Authorized Signature, Continuing and Global Education Date

Continuing and Global Education use only Prog._Coord.:__Full_refund/reversal_______Refund_less_proc._fee_______Pro-rated_refund_______No_refund/reversal_______Initials______Date________ Registrar:__Total_Units_Dropped________I_certify_that_the_amount_of_$____________was_collected/sponsored._Initials_______________Date_________ Accounting_Technician: Amount of refund/reversal approved_$_________________Initials__________________Date_ ________________________

Accounting Office use only Refund student’s account: $_________________Date_ ___________________ _Refund_paid_on_Check_#__ ________________Date________________ Refund processed by:_Initials_________________Date_ ___________________ _Approved_by:_Initials____________________ _Date________________

Financial Aid Office use only (for May/June ntersession and Summer Session ONLY)  Refund to student $__________________________ _

_ ____________________________________ _ _________________________________ Approval_ _ ____________ _____________ ______________Date

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Online (Web-Enhanced/Web-Based) Courses (indicated by classnotes 15 & 17 in the class schedule): Students planning to enroll in web-based or web-enhanced classes must have a Fresno State email account and ID in order to access course information on Blackboard. If you do not have a Fresno State ID and free Fresno State email account, follow the steps at www. csufresno.edu/cge/registration/new.shtml. You may provide the ID to your instructor and request temporary access to Blackboard prior to registration. This does not enroll you in the class; you must enroll during the enrollment period. If you have a Fresno State ID and email account but cannot remember your username or password, contact the student Help Desk at http://password.csufresno.edu or call 559.278.7000 for assistance with reactivating your account. If you have a Fresno State ID but do not have a Fresno State email account, go to http://email.csufresno.edu to create your free Fresno State email account.

Dishonored Checks:

Writing a bad check is against the law. Bad checks and stopped payments on checks will result in a $20 processing charge and may result in a $10 per class late fee. Bad checks and stopped payments on checks do not constitute an official withdrawal nor relieve you of your financial obligation to the University.

Registration Holds: If there is a hold on your university account, you will not be permitted to enroll until all holds are cleared. (California Code, Title V, Section 43281) A late fee will be assessed if holds are cleared during or after the late registration period.

Course Cancellations: If a course is cancelled by the Division of Continuing and Global Education, all fees will be refunded; however, you must request this refund by submitting a Program Change/Refund Form. Courses offered through the Division of Continuing and Global Education are conducted on a self-supporting basis, therefore we reserve the right to cancel a course if not justified by sufficient enrollment.

Withdrawal/Program Change/Refund – Please note: NO REFUND IS MADE UNLESS YOU REQUEST ONE. Regular Credit Courses (5 or more class meetings and online and arranged classes lasting five days or more):

With submission of Program Change/Refund form, a full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted prior to the class start date. On or after the class start date, 65% of the fees are refundable until 25% of the course time has elapsed. No refund is made after 25% of course has taken place. For independent study courses, see policy at www.csufresno.edu/cge/catalog/spring/education_educators/index.shtml. Short Credit Courses (four or fewer meetings and online and arranged classes lasting four days or fewer) and Non-Credit Courses: With submission of Program Change/Refund form, a full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted prior to the class start date. No refund will be made after class start date. Late Registration for Regular and Short Credit Courses: Late registration is not permitted on or after the second class meeting, or for online and arranged classes, two days after the class start date. Registrations received after the class start date will be charged a $10 late fee. Online and CD-ROM Courses: CD-ROM (VESI): With submission of Program Change/Refund form, a full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted to participants requesting a refund within 30 days of the registration date. All materials must be returned to VESI uninstalled in order to be eligible for a refund. No refund allowed after 30 days past registration date. Online Courses (VESI & Test Prep): Once you log on to the course, no refund is available. Prior to logging on, you may request a refund by submitting a Program Change/ Refund form. A full refund, less a $10 processing fee, will be granted to participants requesting a refund within 30 days of the registration date with submission of completed Program Change/Refund form. No refund will be made after 30 days past registration date. Open University Courses: For complete information on adds, drops, refunds, and withdrawals refer to www.csufresno.edu/cge/programs/open.shtml or call 559. 278.0333. Submit a completed Program Change/Refund form to the Continuing and Global Education office by the stated deadline. A 65% refund is available for drops/withdrawals received by the appropriate deadlines. No adds, drops, changes or refunds are permitted after the stated deadline. Classes that meet for less than a full semester are not eligible for refunds after the first class meeting has taken place. Intersession Courses: Refer to www.csufresno.edu/cge/intersession. Summer Session Courses: Refer to www.csufresno.edu/cge/summersession.

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DOJ FORENSICS LAB

MAIL PRINTING CENTER SERVICES

SHIP/ REC

FOOD STORAGE

O'NEILL PARK

U

BEEF CATTLE UNIT

RECYCLE CALF BARN CENTER DAIRY SCIENCE PROCESSING GREENHOUSES

T

MOTORCYCLE PARKING

MAIN ENTRANCE

KREMEN SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

MUSIC

SATELLITE STUDENT UNION

HORSE UNIT

VETERINARY UNIT

BARSTOW AVE

SAN RAMON AVE

ALLEN LEW MEMORIAL GROVE

FRANK W. THOMAS

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

M

O

ENOLOGY UNIT

SPEECH ARTS

I

FARM MACHINERY CENTER AG MECHANICS

AMPHITHEATER

KEATS

N

RAISIN LAB

VITICULTURE ENOLOGY EAST

AG OPERATIONS

R

THE FOUNTAIN

LAB SCHOOL

KEATS AVE

D

UNIVERSITY CENTER

FREE SPEECH AREA

BOOKSTORE

POST OFFICE

MCLANE HALL

ENGINEERING EAST

UNIV STUDENT UNION

M

Chiller

TOWER

WATER

P POLICE/ PUBLIC SAFETY

VITICULTURE AND ENOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER

Cynthia Trent • 559.278.0408 Extension Programs Director PL ANT OPERATIONS

CEDAR

Marcia Romsa • 559.278-6452 Study Abroad Advisor

BARTON AVE

Martha Rodriguez • 559.278.0425 Program Support Coordinator

JACKSON AVE

Shane Moreman • 559.278.6452 Coordinator of Global Education MAPLE AVE

Russel Statham, M.B.A. Manager of Administrative Operations 559.278.0333 Susan Hawksworth • 559.278.0423 Marketing Director

MAPLE AVE

Daunette Dryden • 559.278.0416 Open University/Special Sessions Program Coordinator PRICE AVE

Katha Brassfield • 559.278.0417 Assistant to the Associate Vice President BACKER AVENUE

Tracy Bessey • 559.278.0420 Marketing Coordinator WOODROW AVE

Scott Moore, Ph.D. Professor and Senior Division Director 559.278.0333

Monica Acosta • 559.278.0415 Registrar SIERRA VISTA AVE

Lynnette Zelezny, Ph.D., M.B.A. Associate Vice President 559.278.0333

CHESTNUT AVE



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