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FALL 2017


Three Pathways, One Profession

Meet Our Nurses

A Closer Look at the R.N. to B.S.N. Program at Granite State College

Courtney

Today’s “average” nursing unit consists of men and women with varying education backgrounds— associate or bachelor’s degrees, as well as nursing diplomas—all of which lead to a Registered Nurse (R.N.) credential. Although there are multiple ways to launch a dynamic career as a R.N., nearly all options for expanded job opportunities in the nursing profession require a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.). This movement stems from changes in the health care industry. We are especially proud to offer a nursing program that complements a wide range of nursing backgrounds and experiences so health care professionals can provide the best care possible for patients. And, Granite State’s flexible courses make it easier for students to balance their hectic work and family lives with their nursing studies.

Nursing Experience: 1 year as a R.N. Education Background: Associate Degree in Nursing I work in the telemetry unit at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital which involves cardiac monitoring for patients. I completed my nursing associate degree at Great Bay Community College and started my career as a Licensed Nursing Assistant at a long-term care facility. A year after I earned my associate and became a R.N., I got hired at Wentworth and I’m hoping that I can move towards more advanced nursing roles once I earn my bachelor’s. As an alumna of Great Bay, Courtney benefits from the CCSNH Nursing Partnership: an agreement between Granite State and New Hampshire’s Community Colleges that maximizes transfer credits and offers a significant tuition savings. Many of the classes I took prior to Granite State carried over as transfer credit and a lot of my general education requirements were covered. This is helping me get on track to graduate quickly and affordably.

Why is a B.S.N. Now a Job Requirement? The Magnet Recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center is seen as the ultimate seal of quality. To earn this distinction, health care providers need to have a high percentage of nurses with a B.S.N. or higher.


Jenn

Teri

Nursing Experience: 10 years as an L.P.N. and 1 year as a R.N. Education Background: B.S. in Microbiology

Nursing Experience: 33 years as a R.N. Education Background: Nursing Diploma

Right out of high school, I got a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology. Soon after, I got married and started a family. I wasn’t initially using my degree but once the kids were old enough and I could go back to work, my husband reminded me that I’d always talked about becoming a nurse.

I graduated with a diploma in nursing from Concord Hospital School of Nursing in the 1980s and today, I am a maternal health nurse with a specialty in lactation.

Jenn enrolled in a Licensed Nursing Assistant program with the Red Cross, which gave her a foundation and entry point into a career in nursing. She soon added a Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) credential and worked in this area of nursing for 10 years. Right out of L.P.N. school, my first nursing job was at a rehabilitation and nursing home. From there, I worked for several other health care providers and learned a lot but after several years, I began to see that my L.P.N. was limiting me from the types of work I wanted to do. By that point, Jenn developed an interest and focus working as a rehab nurse. She worked in this setting doing skilled nursing while earning her R.N. and Certified Rehab Nurse (C.R.N.) credential. Once I became a R.N., the job opportunities weren’t what I expected. I thought that I’d be able to get any type of nursing job I wanted. What I realized is that I needed a bachelor’s if I wanted to explore more advanced positions within the nursing care spectrum. There are new things that I want to learn beyond being a floor nurse and getting a B.S.N. will open up the door.

Nursing chose me. I always knew I would be a nurse and never thought about another career. I love being able to help new moms and dads become the best parents for their children. Shortly before attending Granite State, I became a member of our unit’s management team. I began working on policy revisions and developing ways to improve our programs. Since beginning my B.S.N. degree, I became the coordinator of our Child Passenger Safety program, chaired several committees, and expanded our lactation program. Because of changes in the health care field, many experienced R.N.s with nursing diplomas, just like Teri, are being asked to add a bachelor’s degree to their credentials and experience. It was not my choice to return to college—it was required. However, it was my choice to attend Granite State. I embraced the experience, put my heart into it, and I am proud that I will have my B.S.N. soon!

4 Tips for R.N. to B.S.N. Students | Advice for finishing your bachelor’s degree! blog.granite.edu/nursing-tips


Graduate Capstone Presentations Making a Difference in Our Community

When finishing a master’s degree, most programs include a capstone, which is a research paper or project that represents the culmination of concepts and knowledge learned throughout the entire program of study. At Granite State, often students develop a project that focuses on his or her workplace, which presents an opportunity to integrate and apply what you’ve learned in a real-world scenario. Earlier this spring, more than 25 graduate students presented their capstone research and projects to their family, friends, faculty, and staff. These projects help streamline operations, explore best leadership practices, and in many cases are already making a positive difference in our community.

Meet Brendan! Brendan recently earned his M.S. in Leadership and used his graduate capstone project to help increase postsecondary education among members of the Fire Department for the City of Manchester, New Hampshire. To begin a career as a firefighter, most attend the fire academy or pursue an associate degree in fire science or fire detection which covers the strategic and tactical aspects of the job. On an ongoing basis, firefighters attend regular training throughout the year, maintain certifications, and benefit from rich, on-thejob experience gained from working alongside veteran

firefighters. However, there are still some gaps. We do a very good job at training people to do the job, but we don’t do a great job at succession planning. With low employee turnover and a focus on the hands-on aspects of the job, this leads to an environment that limits access and exposure to the important administrative function of the fire service which left unattended, could leave future leaders unprepared. In his capstone, Brendan examined trends in leadership development to see how education can

address these gaps so the fire service can remain a progressive, highly effective organization. In his research, he explored other municipalities that have incentivized education and how these concepts could be applied or modified to fit the needs of the fire department in the City of Manchester. He also identifies how education could serve a more personal need to the career trajectories of firefighters. People don’t stay at the fire department as long as they used to because of the physical requirements of the job. Firefighters used to retire when they turned 65 and

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today, they’re leaving much earlier. These firefighters need a “plan B” and if they don’t have an education, the options are slim. Brendan’s capstone project is already being implemented. The fire department is exploring incentives that will encourage firefighters to earn a bachelor’s degree, which in turn will support the growing needs of the fire service. Ultimately, Brendan’s capstone will contribute to even stronger service and emergency response in the City of Manchester, benefiting the entire community!

Download our comparison guide to learn more about each of our programs. info.granite.edu/ms-undecided


FALL ACADEMIC CALENDAR July 3 Registration begins—Register online, phone, and on campus

August 1 Last day for submission of proposal, for Individualized Studies Capstones, Field-Based Learning, and Individualized Learning Courses

August 7 Last day to submit request for a course not on the course schedule

Access student resources at my.granite.edu

August 18 Preferred deadline to submit Financial Aid documents

August 30 Tuition payment or documented payment arrangements (including financial aid) are due by 5 p.m. Online registration closes at 5 p.m.

September 4 Labor Day Holiday (Closed)

Visit us online at granite.edu

September 11-15 First week of Fall Term classes

September 19 Last day to drop/add first half 6-week classes

September 22 Last day to drop/add 12-week classes

October 4

Last day to withdraw from first 6-week classes

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October 23-27 First week of second 6-week term classes

October 26 Last day to withdraw from 12-week classes

October 31 Last day to drop/add second 6-week classes

November 10 Veterans Day Observed (Closed)

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November 15 Last day to withdraw from second 6-week classes

ACADEMIC TERM CALENDAR

November 18-26

Winter 2018

Thanksgiving Break – NO CLASSES ALL WEEK

December 4-8 Last week of Fall Term classes

1/8-3/30 (Registration Opens October 31)

Spring 2018 4/9-6/29 (Registration Opens January 30) 1


LOCATIONS

We’re in Your Neighborhood If you have questions about admissions, academic programs, financial aid, course schedules, registration, new student orientations, and other general college information, contact the campus in your neighborhood. Campus Hours and Directions: granite.edu/contact/locations

Manchester Regional Campus Mill West Building 195 McGregor Street, Manchester, NH 03102 603-626-7714 Nashua Academic Campus Co-located at Nashua Community College 505 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063 For advising, please contact our Manchester location.

General Questions? 1-855-GSC4ALL

Rochester Regional Campus

Our Campuses Regional Campuses are open Monday through Friday for instruction, to answer questions, register for upcoming classes, and schedule appointments with advisors or other staff. Academic Campuses host classes and offer academic and student support services.

35E Industrial Way, Rochester, NH 03867 603-332-8335 Portsmouth Academic Campus Pease International Tradeport 51 International Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801 603-334-6061

Out-of-State Online Team Claremont Regional Campus

Toll-free: 1-844-679-2945

27 Pleasant Street, Claremont, NH 03743 603-542-3841

Concord Regional Campus 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301 603-513-1398

LITTLETON

Conway Regional Campus

CONWAY

53 Technology Lane, Suite 150, Conway, NH 03818 603-447-3970 Littleton Academic Campus 39 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561 603-444-6319

★CLAREMONT ROCHESTER CONCORD

★ PORTSMOUTH

MANCHESTER

NASHUA

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DEGREE PROGRAMS Associate Degrees

Bachelor’s Completion

A.S. Behavioral Science A.S. Business A.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders A.A. General Studies A.A. General Studies with Education Concentration A.S. Early Childhood Education

These options use your previously earned associate degree in a related field, building a credit-efficient way to complete your bachelor’s degree.

Bachelor’s Degrees B.S. Accounting and Finance B.S. Business Management B.S. Communication Studies B.S. Criminal Justice B.S. Digital Media B.S. Early Childhood Education B.A. English B.A. English Language Arts B.S. Health Care Management B.A. History B.S. Human Resource Administration B.S. Human Services B.A. Individualized Studies B.S. Individualized Studies B.S. Information Technology B.S. Marketing B.A. Math Studies B.S. Operations Management B.S. Psychology B.S. Social Science B.A. Social Studies B.S. Technology Management

Teacher Certification Options We offer six in-demand Teacher Certification options: Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education Elementary Education and General Special Education General Special Education Math, Grades 5-8 and General Special Education Math, Grades 5-8 Math, Grades 7-12 Teacher Certification must be combined with one of the following NH Department of Education-approved bachelor’s degrees: • • • •

B.S. Allied Health Leadership B.S. Applied Studies • Education and Training • Human Services and Early Childhood Development (With your choice of five career tracks) • Management B.S. Health and Wellness B.S. Health Information Management B.S. Nursing (R.N. to B.S.N.) B.S. Public Service Management B.S. Service and Hospitality Management Note: All Bachelor’s Completion options require an associate degree. Professional licensure, certification, or training may serve as a foundation to these degrees, upon approval by Academic Affairs.

Undergraduate Minors Adult Learning and Development Digital Communications and Social Media Family Studies Finance Health Care Human Development Human Resources Human Services Information Technology Management Marketing

Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certifications Certifications in 13 areas. See granite.edu/teacher

Master’s Degrees M.S. Instruction and Leadership (Requires Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification) M.S. Leadership M.S. Management M.S. Project Management

B.A. English Language Arts B.A. Math Studies B.A. Social Studies B.S. Early Childhood Education

NOTE: Not every certification may be combined with every degree; students should consult the College catalog or speak with an academic advisor for complete details. Visit granite.edu/education to learn more.

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GET STARTED The anticipation of starting or returning to college is exciting! Of course it also comes with many questions. We are here to help. Our selection of Events and Orientations can help you begin this term on the right foot.

Sign Up for Orientation! Whether this is your first college experience or you’re transferring from another campus, we are here to ensure you have the support and resources you need to make your journey a success. Signing up for an orientation will help you get acclimated faster. 1). See our schedule below. 2). Go online and sign up for orientation. To sign up, visit: my.granite.edu/orientation If you have questions, please call: 855-GSC4ALL

New Student Orientations New Student Orientations include information on accessing key student accounts, using library services, purchasing books, proven strategies for success, and an overview of online classes.

School of Education Orientations Students entering the program and taking EDU 622/700 are encouraged to join a School of Education orientation on-campus or online. School of Education Orientation

Thursday, 9/14

Concord

5:00-6:30

School of Education Webinar Orientation

Wednesday, 9/20

Online

5:00-6:30

Library Research Seminars Kickstart Your Library Research seminars help you with your upcoming research assignments. Topics include an overview of library services, resources available, and a general orientation to searching the GSC Discovery Service. See our Calendar Online and Register for a Seminar. Visit: granite.libcal.com

Undergraduate On-Campus Orientations

Wednesday, 9/6

All Campuses

5:00-7:00

Interested in Becoming a Teacher?

5:30-7:00

Undergraduate Teacher Prep and Post-Baccalaureate Info Sessions

Undergraduate Webinar Orientation

Wednesday, 9/6

Online

Graduate Webinar Orientation

Tuesday, 8/29 Tuesday, 9/12

Online Online

5:30-6:30 5:30-6:30

eLearning+ (Moodle) Orientations Attend our live online webinar or access a self-paced tutorial for a detailed introduction to our online classroom learning system. Login to Moodle required. eLearning + Undergraduate and Graduate Orientation

Thursday, 9/7 Wednesday, 9/13

Online Online

5:30-7:00 5:30-7:00

NEW! Self-Paced Tutorial eLearning+ Undergraduate and Graduate Orientation

Ongoing

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Online

24/7

These sessions provide an overview of what you need to begin your journey as an educator. To RSVP for a Session, Visit or Call: info.granite.edu/teacher-info-sessions | 603-822-5431 Teacher Prep Info Sessions Date

Campus

UG Time

PBTC Time

Thursday, 9/14 Thursday, 9/21 Thursday, 9/28 Thursday, 10/5

Portsmouth Manchester Claremont Rochester

2:30-3:30 2:30-3:30 2:30-3:30 2:30-3:30

3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00

Online

2:30-3:30

3:30-5:00

Webinar

Thursday, 10/12


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES Courses each term are subject to change from the time of printed publication. For the most up-to-date course information, visit: granite.edu/course-schedule

DEPT./NO. COURSE TITLE

Claremont

Comm 540 Persuasive Communication HIS 511 United States History: 1865 to the Present IDIS 501 Research Methods

CRN

DAY

TIME

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

10101 10102 10103

TH M T

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/14-12/07 09/11-12/04 09/12-12/08

F2 F2 HY

4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10104 10105

W T

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/13-12/06 09/12-12/05

F2 F2

4 4

$1,200 $1,200

10106

M

5:30-9:00

09/11-12/04

HY

4

$1,200

10107

S

9:00-3:00

09/23-11/18

HY

4

$1,450

10108

S

9:00-3:00

09/30-12/02

HY

4

$1,200

T TH T TH TH T

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/12-12/05 09/14-12/07 09/12-12/05 09/14-12/07 09/14-12/07 09/12-12/08

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 HY

4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/28

MATH 504 Statistics MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior

Concord CRIT 502

Conducting Critical Inquiry

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/27

EDU 606

The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/23, 10/14, 11/4, 11/18

EDU 621

Special Education Law

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/30, 10/21, 11/11, 12/2

ENG 500 ENG 508 ENG 604 HIS 512 MATH 502 MGMT 514

The Writing Process 10111 The Media and Its Messages 10112 Creative Writing 10113 European History: Renaissance through the Industrial Revolution 10114 Math for Our World 10116 Principles of Marketing 10117

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/28

MGMT 602 PSY 501 PSY 617 SCI 505

Conway COMM 540 ENG 500 HUMN 502 MATH 502 MGMT 514 MGMT 620 PSY 501 SCI 505 SOSC 605

Leadership Introduction to Psychology Abnormal Psychology (6 week) Human Biology (6 week)

10118 W 5:30-9:00 09/13-12/06 10119 W 5:30-9:00 09/13-12/06 10120 M 5:30-9:00 10/23-12/04 10121 M 5:30-9:00 09/11-10/16

F2 F2 BL BL

4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200

Persuasive Communication The Writing Process American Popular Culture Math for Our World Principles of Marketing Effecting Positive Change in Organizations Introduction to Psychology Human Biology Stress and the Family

10122 10123 10124 10125 10126 10127 10128 10129 10130

TH T W M M TH M T T

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/14-12/07 09/12-12/05 09/13-12/06 09/13-12/04 09/11-12/04 09/14-12/07 09/11-12/04 09/12-12/05 09/12-12/08

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 HY

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10131

T

5:30-9:00

09/12-12/08

HY

4

$1,200

10132

W

5:30-9:00

09/13-12/08

HY 4 $1,200

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/28

Littleton MATH 502

Math for Our World

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7, 11/28

MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/28

COURSE DELIVERY KEY:

HY Hybrid

Meet on campus during certain pre-selected weeks during the term. Remaining instruction occurs online.

In this course schedule, you will notice a column that denotes the “course delivery format” of each class.

F2

OL

Face-to-Face

Online

Meet every week of the Course instruction occurs term on campus for facecompletely online. There is to-face instruction between no face-to-face requirement. students and instructors.

BL Blended

Combination of face-to-face and online. Meet every week on campus and remaining instruction occurs online.

IN Intensives

Individual class time is longer, but the course takes place over a shorter time period.

FB Field-Based

1:1 weekly meetings during the course based on times mutually determined by student and faculty.

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES COURSE TITLE

Manchester

ARTS 503 Introduction to Watercolor COMM 540 Persuasive Communication CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry

CRN

DAY

TIME

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

10133 10134 10135

M T TH

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/11-12/04 09/12-12/05 09/14-12/08

F2 F2 HY

4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 11/30

HIS 611 MATH 504 MGMT 511 MGMT 608 PSY 509 PSY 608 SCI 506

Themes in World History (6 week) Statistics Financial Accounting Managing Diversity (6 week) Human Development Social Psychology Physiology of Wellness

10373 T 10137 M 10138 W 10139 T 10140 TH 10141 M 10142 TH

5:30-9:00 10/24-12/05 5:30-9:00 09/11-12/04 5:30-9:00 09/13-12/06 5:30-9:00 09/12-10/17 5:30-9:00 09/14-12/07 5:30-9:00 09/11-12/04 5:30-9:00 09/14-12/08

BL F2 F2 BL F2 F2 HY

4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200

10143

W

5:30-9:00

09/13-12/08

HY

4

$1,200

10144 10145

W M

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/13-12/06 09/11-12/08

F2 HY

4 4

$1,200 $1,200

10146

TH

5:30-9:00

09/14-12/07

F2

4

$1,200

10347 10348 10349 10351 10352 10353 10354 10358

M T TH T TH T M W

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/11-12/04 09/12-12/05 09/14-12/07 09/12-12/05 09/14-12/07 09/12-12/05 09/11-12/04 09/13-12/08

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 HY

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10375

W

5:00-9:00

09/27-12/06

F2

4

$1,200

10360 10361 10362

T W TH

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

09/12-12/05 09/13-12/06 09/14-12/08

F2 F2 HY

4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10363 M 5:30-9:00 09/11-12/04 10364 TH 5:30-9:00 09/14-12/07 10365 T 5:30-9:00 09/12-12/05 10366 W 5:30-9:00 09/13-10/18 10367 TH 5:30-9:00 09/14-12/07 10368 M 5:30-9:00 09/11-12/04 10369 TH 5:30-9:00 09/14-12/08

F2 F2 F2 BL F2 F2 HY

4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200

10370 W 5:30-9:00 10/25-12/06

BL 4 $1,200

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 11/30

SCI 600

The Human Brain

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/29

Nashua - Classes Held On-site at Nashua Community College MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 637 Workplace Coaching

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/11, 9/25, 10/09, 10/23, 11/6, 11/27

PSY 615

Psychology of Adulthood

Portsmouth COMM 540 ECO 512 HUMN 502 MATH 504 MGMT 511 MGMT 518 MGMT 602 SCI 600

Persuasive Communication Principles of Economics American Popular Culture Statistics Financial Accounting Human Resource Administration Leadership The Human Brain

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/29

SOSC 604

Dynamics of Family Relationships

Note: Class will be held for 10 sessions instead of 12

Rochester

ARTS 501 Introduction to Drawing COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics CRIT 502 Conducting Critical Inquiry Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 11/30

ENG 500 HIS 602 MATH 502 MGMT 500 MGMT 601 PSY 509 PSY 603

The Writing Process History of New England Math for Our World Principles of Management (6 week) Contemporary Management Issues Human Development Crisis Intervention

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 11/30

SCI 505

6

Human Biology (6 week)

(HY) Hybrid (F2) Face-to-face (OL) Online (BL) Blended (IN) Intensive (FB) Field-Based


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO.

Online ACCT 550 ACCT 600 ACCT 615 BEHS 502 BEHS 650

COURSE TITLE

CRN

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

Accounting Information Systems Intermediate Accounting I Auditing Human Services and the Helping Process Integrative: Project / Research in Behavioral and Social Science

10147 10148 10149 10151 10152

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10153

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10154 10155 10156 10157 10158 10159

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10160 10161 10162 10163 10164 10165 10166 10167 10168 10169 10170 10171 10172 10173 10174

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $600 $600 $600 $600 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $600 $1,200 $1,200

10175

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10177 10178 10179 10180

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10181 10182 10183 10184 10185 10186 10187 10188 10189 10190 10191 10192 10193

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,450 $1,450

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

BEHS 651

Integrative: Internship in Behavioral and Social Science

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

CMPL 511 CMPL 515 CMPL 518 CMPL 612 CMPL 628 CMPL 650

Software Tools Programming Fundamentals Visual Programming I Advanced Software Tools Visual Programming III Best Practices in Information Technology

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

COMM 504 COMM 511 COMM 512 COMM 513 COMM 514 COMM 516 COMM 516A COMM 516B COMM 516C COMM 540 COMM 542 COMM 542 COMM 562 COMM 602 COMM 650

Web Development I Role of the Speech-Language Assistant Survey of Communication Disorders Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing Articulation and Phonological Disorders Clinical Practicum I Clinical Practicum II Clinical Practicum III Clinical Practicum IV Persuasive Communication Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics (6 week) Gender and Communication (6 week) Media and Strategic Communication Integrative: Project in Communication Studies

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

COMM 651 Integrative: Project in Digital and Social Media Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

CRIM 500 CRIM 606 CRIM 607 CRIM 650

Introduction to Criminology Corrections, Probation, and Parole Constitutional Law Integrative: Criminal Justice

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

CRIT 501 CRIT 502 CRIT 503 ECO 512 ECO 600 EDU 544 EDU 550 EDU 553 EDU 556 EDU 602 EDU 604 EDU 606 EDU 607

Critical Inquiry Conducting Critical Inquiry Critical Inquiry in Prior Learning Assessment Principles of Economics International Economics (6 week) Positive Behavior Guidance in ECE Foundations of Early Childhood Education Creative Arts in Early Childhood Education Health, Safety, and Nutrition Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 Enhancing Supervision through Mentoring The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to Meet the Needs of All Students

Online - Continued on pg 8

(HY) Hybrid (F2) Face-to-face (OL) Online (BL) Blended (IN) Intensive (FB) Field-Based

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

Online Cont. EDU 609 EDU 610 EDU 611 EDU 612 EDU 613 EDU 616 EDU 617 EDU 619 EDU 621 EDU 622 EDU 624 EDU 625S EDU 627 EDU 630 EDU 651

Transition Planning and Developing IEPs Teaching Language Arts and Literacy Assessment of Students with Disabilities Using Technology to Teach Social Studies Strategies for Teaching Science Elementary School Mathematics Methods Students with Disabilities Managing Student Behavior Special Education Law Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Assessment of Young Children in EC/ECSPED - Birth-Age 8 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in EC/ECSPED Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar

CRN

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

10194 10195 10196 10197 10198 10199 10200 10201 10202 10203 10204 10205 10206

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

2 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 4 4

$600 $2,050 $1,200 $1,450 $1,450 $1,450 $1,200 $1,450 $1,200 $300 $1,200 $1,450 $1,200

10207 10208

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL

4 4

$1,450 $1,200

10209 10255 10256 10257 10258 10259 10260 10261 10262 10263 10264 10265

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,450 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10266 10267 10268 10269 10270 10271 10272

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10273

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10274

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10275 10276

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL

4 4

$1,200 $1,200

10277 10374 10278 10279

09/11-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL

4 2 4 4

$1,200 $600 $1,200 $1,200

10287 10288 10289

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL

4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

EDU 653 ENG 500 ENG 508 ENG 510 ENG 512 ENG 601 ENG 633 HIS 502 HIS 510 HIS 513 HIS 602 HIS 660

Reading and Writing in the Mathematics Content Area The Writing Process The Media and Its Messages Survey of American Literature British Literature I Writing for the Professions Short Fiction Great Civilizations United States History to 1865 European History: 19th and 20th Centuries History of New England Integrative: Project in History

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

HLTC 550 HLTC 612 HLTC 627 HLTC 629 HLTC 629 HLTC 637 HLTC 650

The Emerging U.S. Health Care System Community, Culture, and Health Reimbursement and Financing Techniques in Health Care Law and Ethics for Healthcare and Human Services Law and Ethics for Healthcare and Human Services (6 week) Health Information Systems (6 week) Integrative: Health Care Management

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

HLTC 651

Integrative Internship in Health and Wellness

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

HLTC 652

Integrative Project in Health and Wellness

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

HUMN 560 Elementary Spanish I HUMN 650 Integrative: Project in Humanities Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

IDIS 501 IDIS 502 INST 605 INST 650

Research Methods College Success Seminar (6 week) Teaching and Learning in Adulthood Program Development and Learning

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

MATH 502 MATH 504 MATH 510

Math for Our World Statistics Pre-Calculus

Online - Continued on pg 9

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

Online Cont. MATH 600 MATH 606 MGMT 500 MGMT 502 MGMT 511 MGMT 514 MGMT 566 MGMT 566 MGMT 601 MGMT 606 MGMT 610 MGMT 612 MGMT 620 MGMT 621 MGMT 623 MGMT 625 MGMT 629 MGMT 650

Mathematical Proof Calculus I Principles of Management Excel (6 week) Financial Accounting Principles of Marketing Organizational Behavior Organizational Behavior (6 week) Contemporary Management Issues Human Resources and Organizational Development Supply Chain Management Investment Principles Effecting Positive Change in Organizations (6 week) Managing Conflict Systems Analysis and Design Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management Global Marketing (6 week) Integrative: Strategic Management

CRN

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

10290 10291 10294 10295 10296 10297 10298 10299 10300 10301 10302 10303 10304 10305 10306 10307 10308 10309

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $600 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

10310

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10314 10315 10316 10317 10318 10319 10320

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 2 4 4 4 4 6

$1,200 $600 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,800

10329 10330 10331 10332 10333 10334 10335 10336 10337 10338 10339 10340 10341 10342 10343 10344 10345 10346

09/11-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 10/23-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-10/20 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

MGMT 660 Integrative: Applied Studies in Management Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

MKTG 616 NUR 600 NUR 602 NUR 603 NUR 604 NUR 606 NUR 650

Service Marketing Enhancing Your Nursing Career Evidence-Based Nursing Nursing Care of Populations Nursing Care of an Aging Population The Nurse as Leader Nursing Capstone Practicum

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required

POL 600 PSY 501 PSY 508 PSY 509 PSY 509 PSY 521 PSY 605 PSY 609 PSY 615 SCI 502 SCI 505 SCI 506 SCI 512 SCI 600 SOC 501 SOC 603 SOSC 602 SOSC 604

The U.S. in World Affairs Introduction to Psychology (6 week) Child Development Human Development Human Development (6 week) Language Acquisition Principles of Assessment Cognition and Learning Psychology of Adulthood (6 week) Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Human Biology Physiology of Wellness (6 week) Introduction to Astronomy The Human Brain Introduction to Sociology Work and Society Men and Women in Cross-Cultural Perspectives Dynamics of Family Relationships

(HY) Hybrid (F2) Face-to-face (OL) Online (BL) Blended (IN) Intensive (FB) Field-Based

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GRADUATE COURSES Courses each term are subject to change from the time of printed publication. For the most up-to-date course information, visit: granite.edu/course-schedule

DEPT/NO.

Concord LD 820

COURSE TITLE

CRN

Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities (6 week)

10115 T 5:30-9:00 09/12-10/17

BL 3 $1,536

10350 W 5:30-9:00 09/13-10/18 10355 T 5:30-9:00 09/12-10/17 10356 T 5:30-9:00 10/24-12/05 10357 W 5:30-9:00 10/25-12/06

BL 3 BL 3 BL 3 BL 3

$1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536

Portsmouth

DAY TIME

DATES

DEL. CR.

COST

LD 822 PM 800 PM 801 PM 804

Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential (6 week) Project Management Seminar Project Planning and Scheduling Leading Teams

DEPT/NO.

COURSE TITLE

CRN

DATES

DEL. CR.

COST

Management Accounting Foundations of Organizational Communication Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Leadership Essentials to Develop and Support a Professional Culture Capstone I: Leadership Essentials to Strategically Think, Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Capstone Project II: LDR Essentials to Strategically Think, Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Ethical Decision-Making Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential Emergence of a Strategic Leader Leading Public Non-Profit Organization Building Multicultural Organizations Leadership Integrative Capstone

10150 10176 10251 10252 10253

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL

3 3 3 3 3

$1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536

10254

09/11-12/08

OL

3

$1,536

10280 10281 10282 10283 10284 10285 10286

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL HY

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

$1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536

Online ACCT 810 COMM 800 EDU 803 EDU 804 EDU 807A EDU 807B LD 820 LD 821 LD 822 LD 823 LD 830 LD 832 LD 850

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required | Virtual meeting dates: Wed 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/22, 12/6, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. | Capstone Practice Day: Wed 11/29, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. | Capstone Event: Thurs 11/30, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

MGMT 805 MGMT 830 MGMT 835 MGMT 850

Organizational Behavior Changing Economics Decision Analysis for Managers Strategic Management Integrative Capstone

10311 10312 10313 10372

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL HY

3 3 3 3

$1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required | Virtual meeting dates: Wed 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/22, 12/6, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. | Capstone Practice Day: Wed 11/29, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. | Capstone Event: Thurs 11/30, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

PM 800 PM 801 PM 802 PM 804 PM 805 PM 806 PM 808

Project Management Seminar Project Planning and Scheduling Risk Management Leading Teams Negotiation, Contracting, and Procurement Managing Project Portfolios Project Management Capstone

10321 10322 10323 10324 10325 10326 10327

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

$1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536 $1,536

Note: Registration hold - advisor approval required | Capstone Practice Day: Wed 11/29, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. | Capstone Event: Thurs 11/30, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

PM 810

Change Management and Communication

10328

09/11-12/08

GPS Graduation Planning System Wondering how close you are to achieving your degree? Use our Graduation Planning System (GPS) to receive real-time advice and counsel on your progress toward your degree. GPS will let you plan your course study, calculate your GPA, and create “what-if” scenarios to plan your degree completion.

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(HY) Hybrid (F2) Face-to-face (OL) Online (BL) Blended (IN) Intensive (FB) Field-Based

OL

3

$1,536

Access GPS through WebROCK and start Planning today! Note: Students who entered prior to Winter 2013 use the CAPP program as their degree audit tool.


POST-BACCALAUREATE TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS Courses each term are subject to change from the time of printed publication. For the most up-to-date course information, visit: granite.edu/course-schedule

The following courses are open to students admitted to the Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification Program or by permission of the School of Education. Additionally, these courses are open to other qualified individuals who wish to take one or more courses on a continuing professional development basis. For more information, contact the School of Education at 603-822-5431. DEPT/NO.

COURSE TITLE

CRN

DAY TIME

DATES

DEL. CR.

COST

09/23-11/18

HY

4

$1,450

09/30-12/02

HY

4

$1,200

CRN

DATES

DEL. CR.

COST

10210 10211 10212 10213

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL

1 4 4 4

$300 $1,450 $1,450 $1,450

10214 10215 10216 10217 10218 10219

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 2 4 6 6

$1,450 $1,200 $600 $1,450 $2,050 $2,050

10220 10221 10222 10223 10224 10225 10226 10227 10228 10229 10230 10231 10232

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 4 4 4 4

$1,800 $1,800 $1,450 $1,450 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200 $1,450 $1,800 $1,450 $1,450 $1,200 $1,450

10233 10234

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL

4 4

$1,200 $1,450

10235

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10236

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,450

10237 10238 10239 10240 10241 10242 10243

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 1 4 4 4 4

$1,450 $1,200 $300 $1,450 $1,200 $1,200 $1,450

Concord | Intensive Courses - Note: All intensive courses will require a pre and post assignment EDU 701

The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator

10109

S

9:00-3:00

Note: Hybrid | Online course component: 9/11 - 12/8; In-class meeting dates: 9/23, 10/14, 11/4, 11/18

EDU 721

Special Education Law

10110

S

9:00-3:00

Note: Hybrid | Online course component: 9/11 - 12/8; In-class meeting dates: 9/30, 10/21, 11/11, 12/2

DEPT/NO.

Online

COURSE TITLE

EDU 700 Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements EDU 701 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator EDU 702 Using Technology to Teach Social Studies EDU 703 Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to Meet the Needs of All Students EDU 704 Strategies for Teaching Science EDU 705 Assessment of Students with Disabilities EDU 706 Transition Planning and Developing IEPs EDU 707 Managing Student Behavior EDU 710 Teaching Language Arts and Literacy EDU 710A Teaching Language Arts and Literacy in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 711 Role of the Reading and Writing Specialist I - Practicum EDU 711A Role of the Reading and Writing Specialist II - Practicum EDU 712 Reading and Writing Disabilities: Assessment and Instruction EDU 713 Content Area Literacy EDU 717 Students with Disabilities EDU 721 Special Education Law EDU 730 Foundations of Language and Literacy Development EDU 732 Elementary School Mathematics Methods EDU 736 Dynamic Assessment: Complexities of Identification in LD, EBD, and IDD EDU 737 Behavioral Supports for Complex Behaviors EDU 738 Advanced Assistive and Educational Technology EDU 739 Advanced Programming for Students with Learning Disabilities EDU 740 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities EDU 741 Advanced Programming for Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities EDU 742 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for E/B Disabilities EDU 743 Advanced Programming for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities EDU 745 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities EDU 748 Developing Literate Students, K-12 EDU 750 Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar EDU 750A Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar EDU 753 Reading and Writing in the Mathematics Content Area EDU 761 Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 EDU 763 Assessment of Young Children in EC/ECSPED - Birth-Age 8 EDU 764 Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education, Birth-Age 5

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POST-BACCALAUREATE TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS The following courses are open to students admitted to the Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification Program or by permission of the School of Education. Additionally, these courses are open to other qualified individuals who wish to take one or more courses on a continuing professional development basis. For more information, contact the School of Education at 603-822-5431. DEPT/NO.

COURSE TITLE

Online Cont. EDU 765 EDU 766 EDU 767 EDU 768 EDU 770 EDU 771 EDU 774 MATH 700 MATH 706

Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education, K-Age 8 Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education IFSP, IEP, and Transition Plans, Birth-Age 8 Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED Introduction to Technological Integration Curricular Theory of Technological Integration Professionalism, Leadership, and Administrative Understandings and Practice for TI Mathematical Proof for Educators Calculus I

CRN

DATES

DEL. CR.

COST

10244

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,450

10245

09/11-12/08

OL

4

$1,200

10246 10247 10248 10249 10250

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL OL OL OL

2 4 3 3 3

$600 $1,450 $900 $1,150 $1,150

10292 10293

09/11-12/08 09/11-12/08

OL OL

4 4

$1,200 $1,200

Four Ways to Grow Your Teaching Career The School of Education presents opportunities for both current and potential educators at every level. Our programs are designed to serve the evolving needs of today’s educators.

1. Undergraduate Programs

3. Advanced Endorsements

2. Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification

4. M.S. Instruction and Leadership

For all potential educators. Begin or transition into a career in education.

For those with a bachelor’s degree seeking initial or an additional certification. Earn your teaching credentials.

For certified special education teachers. Dedicate your teaching career to special education. For those with a post-baccelaureate teacher certificate. Become a leader in your school.

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STUDENT RESOURCES

We’re Here to Help! Granite State College faculty and staff are dedicated to support you as you complete your program. Academic advising is an integral part of your experience. Knowledgeable and caring advisors assist students as they transition to our learning environment. They also help students identify goals and develop strategies to achieve them.

Student IDs Student ID photos can be taken the night of New Student Orientation and ID’s will be distributed after the Add/Drop period each term.

Need Help with Course Planning? Call today to schedule an Advising appointment: 1-855-GSC4ALL

College Catalog The college catalog contains helpful information such as course descriptions, prerequisites, restrictions, and policy information. View and Download our Catalog Online at: granite.edu/catalog

Tutoring Support Granite State College offers FREE tutoring, available online or by appointment at your local campus. To Learn More, Visit: my.granite.edu/tutoring

MyGranite MyGranite (my.granite.edu) is your pathway to online resources at Granite State College. At my.granite.edu you’ll find your personalized dashboard where you can access: • WebROCK: Used for grades, financial aid information, e-payments, online registration, online transcript requests, degree audit, and enrollment verifications. • Moodle: A site of online learning tools, including access to online, hybrid, and blended courses. • Degree Audit Tools: Review the program requirements for your degree and identify the courses that you still need to complete. • Your Student Email Account: Keeping student information confidential and secure is among the highest priorities for Granite State College. All students currently enrolled at the College are assigned a “go.granite” email address. This email address will be recognized as the mechanism for official communication within the College.

Library Services The Granite State College Library and Research Commons (LRC) provides a full complement of services to meet student research needs. Library services are available by email and phone during the day and evening hours, seven days a week. The College Librarian provides personalized support in helping students develop a strategy for finding the resources needed to complete course assignments. View Our Library Research Guide at: library.granite.edu/all-guides For More Information or to Speak to Our Librarian, Visit or Call: gsc.library@granite.edu | 603-452-1552

ACCUPLACER® ACCUPLACER® is a computerized assessment tool used to determine placement for those students interested in registering for certain math and management courses. There are arithmetic and elementary algebra sections. Campuses offer FREE math workshops every term to help students prepare for the ACCUPLACER® test.

CLEP® and DSST Testing Demonstrate your knowledge in a wide range of subjects and receive credit for what you already know with exams approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). You may choose from more than 70 general and subject examinations offered by CLEP® (College Level Examination Program) and DSST (Dantes Subject Standard Test). For Information on Fees and Specific Test Dates, Visit: my.granite.edu/testing

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Tuition and Fees

1. Review your degree planning tools through CAPP or GPS to determine unmet requirements. Access your degree audit through WebROCK. 2. For each course you wish to take, check prerequisites to ensure you have completed all of them. Please note some undergrad courses require a pre-registration skills assessment. 3. Contact your academic advisor with any questions.

Register To Register for Courses, Visit us Online or Call: granite.edu/register | 1-855-GSC4ALL You are officially registered when all tuition and fees are either paid in full, or when payment arrangements have been made per the Cancellation for Non-Payment process (refer to page 15 for details). You must complete this process before the deadline or you will be dropped from your courses. If you wish to re-register, you will be charged an additional $25.00 re-registration fee. You will be contacted if the course for which you are registered is cancelled or is at its enrollment capacity. Note: Granite State College reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or combine class sections, limit registrations, or change instructors. We regret any errors in printing, but we accept no liability for them. Please refer to WebROCK for the most updated course schedule.

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Undergraduate Costs: $300 per credit hour in-state ($345 out-of-state) $600 per two credit course $900 per three credit course $1,200 per four credit course $300 per credit hour for learning contracts Graduate Costs: $512 per credit hour in-state ($560 out-of-state) $1,536 per three credit course Registration Fee: $35 Academic Services Fee: $40 (for four or more credits) Field-Based Mentoring Fee: $250 ** Prior Learning Assessment Fee: $350

* *Field-based courses that require the oversight of a Field-Based Mentor will have an additional fee assessed.

Purchasing Textbooks Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks and materials. Textbooks are an additional expense. Find detailed information on required books, including ISBN, online.

To Order Books, Visit: granite.edu/books

Adding Courses Students may register for 6- or 12-week courses during the official add/drop period by contacting their campus or contacting the Registrar’s Office. For courses that do not follow the 6- or 12-week schedule, specific ADD/DROP dates are posted on my.granite.edu.

FALL 2017 Add/Drop Schedule

1ST 6-WEEK COURSES

12-WEEK COURSES

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For updates, check: granite.edu/tuition

Some courses have materials or other fees (see individual course listings).

Pay Your Bill by August 30, 2017 (5 p.m.)

Dates Add Drop Withdraw 7/3-9/22 OK OK NA 9/23-10/26 NA NA OK After 10/26 NO NO Petition

Course charges, fees, and regulations are subject to approval by the University System Board of Trustees and can change without prior notice.

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

Dates 7/3-9/19 9/20-10/4 After 10/4

Add Drop Withdraw OK OK NA NA NA OK NO NO Petition

2ND 6-WEEK COURSES Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

Dates Add Drop Withdraw 7/3-10/31 OK OK NA 11/1-11/15 NA NA OK After 11/15 NO NO Petition

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%


FINANCIAL AID AND STUDENT ACCOUNTS Notice of Availability of Financial Aid Federal, State, and/or Institutional Financial Aid is available to all qualifying degree seeking students, as well as eligible postbaccalaureate and graduate students to assist with the cost of their education. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), be admitted to an eligible program, and be attending at least half-time (undergrad and post-baccalaureate students: 4 credits/term; graduate students: 3 credits/term) in order to receive aid. To Find Online Resources, Application, Information, and Disclosures on Student Financial Aid, Visit: granite.edu/tuition-aid Contact the Office of Financial Aid with Any Questions at: financial.aid@granite.edu 603-513-1392 | 888-228-3000, ext. 392

Financial Policies and Procedures It is the student’s responsibility to become familiar with the College’s policies and procedures. Please check with our staff if you have any questions and let us know if something arises which affects your learning experience. The College reserves the right to deny enrollment in any course when the prospective student lacks the necessary experience or prerequisites. Advanced Funds to Obtain Books and Supplies for Federal Financial Aid Recipients Federal aid (Pell, SEOG, Stafford, PLUS, Grad PLUS) recipients may be eligible to receive funds before the start of the term to cover the average cost for books and supplies if, after direct charges have been paid, there is a remaining credit balance on the student account. To be eligible, a student must be registered for classes and have aid ready to be disbursed at the time the Advanced Funds process runs (10 days prior to the term start). Checks are mailed the Tuesday prior to the start of the term. Direct deposits are made the Wednesday prior to the start of the term. Students who have a previous account balance are not eligible for Advanced Funds. Students are responsible for repayment of funds if they drop from any or all coursework. Students may opt out of this process by submitting the Opt Out of Advanced Funds form. Student Financial Responsibility Agreement Before you register for courses, you must submit a Student Financial Responsibility Agreement. To complete the form, visit WebROCK and select “Registration,” “Student Accounts,” or the “View Holds” menu options. A paper form is available at my.granite.edu/student-accounts. Call the Student Accounts Office at 603-513-1330 with questions regarding the agreement.

Refund and Withdrawal Policies You may drop a course during its add/drop period by calling or emailing your campus (from your go.granite email address) or the Registrar’s Office. You can also visit my.granite.edu/forms-faqs to find and download the Add/Drop Withdrawal form. Fax it to your campus or the Registrar’s Office at 603-513-1386. If a specific drop date is not noted, the standard Add/Drop deadline will apply. Tuition and fees are 100% refundable if a student drops a course in accordance with the following limitations: • 12-week courses: drop prior to the end of the second week of classes. • Unusually short-duration courses: drop prior to the first session. • Learning Contracts: students are notified when registered by the Registrar’s Office of the last dates to drop and withdraw. • Weekend course/courses beginning after the first week of classes.

If you are receiving federal financial aid and withdraw from coursework in any given term, federal return calculations may apply. A pro rata schedule is used to determine the amount of federal aid a student has earned at the time of withdrawal up to the 60% point of each course length. You are responsible for any resulting account balance. Withdrawals do affect your completion rate for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) required to receive federal aid.

Questions About SAP? Visit: my.granite.edu/sap

Cancellation for Non-Payment Payment for all classes must be made or payment arrangement confirmed in order to remain enrolled. Students will be dropped from classes if payment arrangements are not made by the published due date for the term. Accounts are considered paid when any of the following conditions are met: 1. Payment for all tuition, fees, and charges is made in full, or 2. A payment arrangement is approved by the Student Accounts Office for all remaining charges (ex. third party payments, VA, Voc Rehab, pending scholarships, etc.) or Admitted Degree Candidates Using Financial Aid 3. Financial Aid is finalized and covers all charges, or 4. Financial Aid is finalized; however the award does not cover all charges and a payment arrangement with the Student Accounts Office is approved. Note: New degree candidates, or individuals applying for a subsequent degree, must have all admission and financial aid documentation in by the published due date for the term. If you wish to register and apply for admission and financial aid after the published due date for the term, another form of payment must be secured at the time of registration. Students may receive reimbursement after admission and financial aid award is determined and funds disbursed to account.

Please Contact the Student Accounts Office for Financing Options: 603-513-1330 | 1-888-228-3000, ext. 330 student.accounts@granite.edu

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COURSES AT A GLANCE

ACCOUNTING ACCT 550 Accounting Information Systems ACCT 600 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 615 Auditing

10147 10148 10149

Online Online Online

ARTS AND CULTURE ARTS 501 Introduction to Drawing ARTS 503 Introduction to Watercolor

10360 10133

Rochester Manchester

10151 10152

Online Online

10153

Online

10154 10155 10156 10157 10158 10159

Online Online Online Online Online Online

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE BEHS 502 Human Services and the Helping Process BEHS 650 Integrative: Project / Research in Behavioral and Social Science BEHS 651 Integrative: Internship in Behavioral and Social Science COMPUTERS CMPL 511 Software Tools CMPL 515 Programming Fundamentals CMPL 518 Visual Programming I CMPL 612 Advanced Software Tools CMPL 628 Visual Programming III CMPL 650 Best Practices in Information Technology

COMMUNICATIONS COMM 504 Web Development I 10160 Online COMM 511 Role of the Speech-Language Assistant 10161 Online COMM 512 Survey of Communication Disorders 10162 Online COMM 513 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing 10163 Online COMM 514 Articulation and Phonological Disorders 10164 Online COMM 516 Clinical Practicum I 10165 Online COMM 516A Clinical Practicum II 10166 Online COMM 516B Clinical Practicum III 10167 Online COMM 516C Clinical Practicum IV 10168 Online COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 10101 Claremont COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 10122 Conway COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 10134 Manchester COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 10169 Online COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 10347 Portsmouth COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics 10170 Online COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics (6 week) 10171 Online COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics 10361 Rochester COMM 562 Gender and Communication (6 week) 10172 Online COMM 602 Media and Strategic Communication 10173 Online COMM 650 Integrative: Project in Communication Studies 10174 Online COMM 651 Integrative: Project in Digital and Social Media 10175 Online

For detailed information see pages 5-11 16

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRIM 500 Introduction to Criminology CRIM 606 Corrections, Probation, and Parole CRIM 607 Constitutional Law CRIM 650 Integrative: Criminal Justice

10177 10178 10179 10180

Online Online Online Online

CRITICAL THINKING CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 502 Conducting Critical Inquiry CRIT 502 Conducting Critical Inquiry CRIT 502 Conducting Critical Inquiry CRIT 503 Critical Inquiry in Prior Learning Assessment

10135 10181 10106 10182 10362 10183

Manchester Online Concord Online Rochester Online

ECONOMICS ECO 512 Principles of Economics ECO 512 Principles of Economics ECO 600 International Economics (6 week)

10184 Online 10348 Portsmouth 10185 Online

EDUCATION EDU 544 Positive Behavior Guidance in ECE EDU 550 Foundations of Early Childhood Education EDU 553 Creative Arts in Early Childhood Education EDU 556 Health, Safety, and Nutrition EDU 602 Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 EDU 604 Enhancing Supervision through Mentoring EDU 606 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator EDU 606 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator EDU 607 Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to Meet the Needs of All Students EDU 609 Transition Planning and Developing IEPs EDU 610 Teaching Language Arts and Literacy EDU 611 Assessment of Students with Disabilities EDU 612 Using Technology to Teach Social Studies EDU 613 Strategies for Teaching Science EDU 616 Elementary School Mathematics Methods

10186 10187 10188 10189 10190 10191 10107 10192 10193

Online Online Online Online Online Online Concord Online Online

10194 10195 10196 10197 10198 10199

Online Online Online Online Online Online

EDU 617 Students with Disabilities 10200 EDU 619 Managing Student Behavior 10201 EDU 621 Special Education Law 10108 EDU 621 Special Education Law 10202 EDU 622 Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements 10203 EDU 624 Assessment of Young Children in EC/ECSPED - Birth-Age 8 10204 EDU 625S Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in 10205 EC/ECSPED EDU 627 Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early 10206 Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 630 Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED 10207 EDU 651 Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar 10208 EDU 653 Reading and Writing in the Mathematics Content Area 10209 EDU 700 Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements 10210 EDU 701 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator 10109 EDU 701 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator 10211 EDU 702 Using Technology to Teach Social Studies 10212 EDU 703 Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to 10213 Meet the Needs of All Students EDU 704 Strategies for Teaching Science 10214 EDU 705 Assessment of Students with Disabilities 10215 EDU 706 Transition Planning and Developing IEPs 10216 EDU 707 Managing Student Behavior 10217 EDU 710 Teaching Language Arts and Literacy 10218 EDU 710A Teaching Language Arts and Literacy in Early Childhood 10219 and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 711 Role of the Reading and Writing Specialist I - Practicum 10220 EDU 711A Role of the Reading and Writing Specialist II - Practicum 10221 EDU 712 Reading and Writing Disabilities: Assessment and 10222 Instruction EDU 713 Content Area Literacy 10223 EDU 717 Students with Disabilities 10224 EDU 721 Special Education Law 10110 EDU 721 Special Education Law 10225 EDU 730 Foundations of Language and Literacy Development 10226 EDU 732 Elementary School Mathematics Methods 10227 EDU 736 Dynamic Assessment: Complexities of Identification in 10228 LD,EBD, and IDD EDU 737 Behavioral Supports for Complex Behaviors 10229 EDU 738 Advanced Assistive and Educational Technology 10230 EDU 739 Advanced Programming for Students with Learning 10231 Disabilities EDU 740 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for 10232 Students with Learning Disabilities EDU 741 Advanced Programming for Emotional and Behavioral 10233 Disabilities EDU 742 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for 10234 E/B Disabilities EDU 743 Advanced Programming for Intellectual and 10235 Developmental Disabilities EDU 745 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for 10236 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities EDU 748 Developing Literate Students, K-12 10237 EDU 750 Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar 10238 EDU 750A Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar 10239 EDU 753 Reading and Writing in the Mathematics Content Area 10240 EDU 761 Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 10241 EDU 763 Assessment of Young Children in EC/ECSPED - Birth-Age 8 10242 EDU 764 Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction in Early Childhood 10243 and Early Childhood Special Education, Birth-Age 5 EDU 765 Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction in Early Childhood 10244 and Early Childhood Special Education, K-Age 8 EDU 766 Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early 10245 Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 767 IFSP, IEP, and Transition Plans, Birth-Age 8 10246 EDU 768 Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED 10247 EDU 770 Introduction to Technological Integration 10248 EDU 771 Curricular Theory of Technological Integration 10249 EDU 774 Professionalism, Leadership, and Administrative 10250 Understandings and Practice for TI ENGLISH ENG 500 The Writing Process 10111 ENG 500 The Writing Process 10123 ENG 500 The Writing Process 10255 ENG 500 The Writing Process 10363 ENG 508 The Media and Its Messages 10112 ENG 508 The Media and Its Messages 10256 ENG 510 Survey of American Literature 10257 ENG 512 British Literature I 10258 ENG 601 Writing for the Professions 10259 ENG 604 Creative Writing 10113 ENG 633 Short Fiction 10260

Online Online Concord Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Concord Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Concord Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Online Concord Conway Online Rochester Concord Online Online Online Online Concord Online


10261 10262 10102 10114

Online Online Claremont Concord

10263 Online 10373 Manchester 10264 Online 10364 Rochester 10265 Online

HEALTH CARE HLTC 550 The Emerging U.S. Health Care System 10266 Online HLTC 612 Community, Culture, and Health 10267 Online HLTC 627 Reimbursement and Financing Techniques in Health Care 10268 Online HLTC 629 Law and Ethics for Healthcare and Human Services 10269 Online HLTC 629 Law and Ethics for Healthcare and Human Services (6 week) 10270 Online HLTC 637 Health Information Systems (6 week) 10271 Online HLTC 650 Integrative: Health Care Management 10272 Online HLTC 651 Integrative Internship in Health and Wellness 10273 Online HLTC 652 Integrative Project in Health and Wellness 10274 Online 10124 10349 10275 10276

INTERDISCIPLINARY AND APPLIED STUDIES IDIS 501 Research Methods IDIS 501 Research Methods IDIS 502 College Success Seminar (6 week)

10103 Claremont 10277 Online 10374 Online

INSTRUCTIONAL INST 605 Teaching and Learning in Adulthood INST 650 Program Development and Learning

10278 10279

Online Online

MATHEMATICS MATH 502 Math for Our World MATH 502 Math for Our World MATH 502 Math for Our World MATH 502 Math for Our World MATH 502 Math for Our World MATH 504 Statistics MATH 504 Statistics MATH 504 Statistics MATH 504 Statistics MATH 510 Pre-Calculus MATH 600 Mathematical Proof MATH 606 Calculus I MATH 700 Mathematical Proof for Educators MATH 706 Calculus I

10116 10125 10131 10287 10365 10104 10137 10288 10351 10289 10290 10291 10292 10293

Concord Conway Littleton Online Rochester Claremont Manchester Online Portsmouth Online Online Online Online Online

MANAGEMENT MGMT 500 Principles of Management MGMT 500 Principles of Management (6 week) MGMT 502 Excel (6 week) MGMT 511 Financial Accounting MGMT 511 Financial Accounting MGMT 511 Financial Accounting MGMT 514 Principles of Marketing MGMT 514 Principles of Marketing MGMT 514 Principles of Marketing MGMT 518 Human Resource Administration MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior (6 week) MGMT 601 Contemporary Management Issues MGMT 601 Contemporary Management Issues MGMT 602 Leadership MGMT 602 Leadership MGMT 606 Human Resources and Organizational Development MGMT 608 Managing Diversity (6 week) MGMT 610 Supply Chain Management MGMT 612 Investment Principles MGMT 620 Effecting Positive Change in Organizations MGMT 620 Effecting Positive Change in Organizations (6 week) MGMT 621 Managing Conflict MGMT 623 Systems Analysis and Design

10294 Online 10366 Rochester 10295 Online 10138 Manchester 10296 Online 10352 Portsmouth 10117 Concord 10126 Conway 10297 Online 10353 Portsmouth 10105 Claremont 10132 Littleton 10144 Nashua 10298 Online 10299 Online 10300 Online 10367 Rochester 10118 Concord 10354 Portsmouth 10301 Online 10139 Manchester 10302 Online 10303 Online 10127 Conway 10304 Online 10305 Online 10306 Online

Conway Portsmouth Online Online

10307 Online 10308 Online 10145 Nashua 10309 Online 10310 Online

MARKETING MKTG 616 Service Marketing

10314

Online

NURSING NUR 600 NUR 602 NUR 603 NUR 604 NUR 606 NUR 650

10315 10316 10317 10318 10319 10320

Online Online Online Online Online Online

POLITICAL SCIENCE POL 600 The U.S. in World Affairs

10329

Online

PSYCHOLOGY PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology (6 week) PSY 508 Child Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development (6 week) PSY 509 Human Development PSY 521 Language Acquisition PSY 603 Crisis Intervention PSY 605 Principles of Assessment PSY 608 Social Psychology PSY 609 Cognition and Learning PSY 615 Psychology of Adulthood PSY 615 Psychology of Adulthood (6 week) PSY 617 Abnormal Psychology (6 week)

10119 Concord 10128 Conway 10330 Online 10331 Online 10140 Manchester 10332 Online 10333 Online 10368 Rochester 10334 Online 10369 Rochester 10335 Online 10141 Manchester 10336 Online 10146 Nashua 10337 Online 10120 Concord

SCIENCE SCI 502 SCI 505 SCI 505 SCI 505 SCI 505 SCI 506 SCI 506 SCI 512 SCI 600 SCI 600 SCI 600

10338 Online 10121 Concord 10129 Conway 10339 Online 10370 Rochester 10142 Manchester 10340 Online 10341 Online 10143 Manchester 10342 Online 10358 Portsmouth

Enhancing Your Nursing Career Evidence-Based Nursing Nursing Care of Populations Nursing Care of an Aging Population The Nurse as Leader Nursing Capstone Practicum

Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Human Biology (6 week) Human Biology Human Biology Human Biology (6 week) Physiology of Wellness Physiology of Wellness (6 week) Introduction to Astronomy The Human Brain The Human Brain The Human Brain

SOCIOLOGY SOC 501 Introduction to Sociology SOC 603 Work and Society

10343 10344

Online Online

SOCIAL SCIENCE SOSC 602 Men and Women in Cross-Cultural Perspectives SOSC 604 Dynamics of Family Relationships SOSC 604 Dynamics of Family Relationships SOSC 605 Stress and the Family

10345 10346 10375 10130

Online Online Portsmouth Conway

ACCOUNTING ACCT 810 Management Accounting

10150

Online

COMMUNICATIONS COMM 800 Foundations of Organizational Communication

10176

Online

For detailed information see pages 5-11

HUMANITIES HUMN 502 American Popular Culture HUMN 502 American Popular Culture HUMN 560 Elementary Spanish I HUMN 650 Integrative: Project in Humanities

MANAGEMENT (CONT.) MGMT 625 Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management MGMT 629 Global Marketing (6 week) MGMT 637 Workplace Coaching MGMT 650 Integrative: Strategic Management MGMT 660 Integrative: Applied Studies in Management

COURSES AT A GLANCE

HISTORY HIS 502 Great Civilizations HIS 510 United States History to 1865 HIS 511 United States History: 1865 to the Present HIS 512 European History: Renaissance through the Industrial Revolution HIS 513 European History: 19th and 20th Centuries HIS 611 Themes in World History (6 week) HIS 602 History of New England HIS 602 History of New England HIS 660 Integrative: Project in History

GRADUATE STUDIES

EDUCATION EDU 803 Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning 10251 EDU 804 Leadership Essentials to Develop and Support a 10252 Professional Culture EDU 807A Capstone I: Leadership Essentials to Strategically Think, 10253 Plan, Implement, and Evaluate EDU 807B Capstone Project II: LDR Essentials to Strategically Think, 10254 Plan, Implement, and Evaluate

Online Online Online Online

Graduate Studies - Continued on pg 18

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COURSES AT A GLANCE

LEADERSHIP LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities (6 week)

10115 Concord

LD 820 LD 821 LD 822 LD 822 LD 823 LD 830 LD 832 LD 850

10280 Online 10281 Online 10282 Online 10350 Portsmouth 10283 Online 10284 Online 10285 Online 10286 Online

Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Ethical Decision-Making Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential (6 week) Emergence of a Strategic Leader Leading Public Non-Profit Organization Building Multicultural Organizations Leadership Integrative Capstone

MANAGEMENT MGMT 805 Organizational Behavior MGMT 830 Changing Economics MGMT 835 Decision Analysis for Managers MGMT 850 Strategic Management Integrative Capstone

10311 10312 10313 10372

Online Online Online Online

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PM 800 Project Management Seminar 10321 Online PM 800 Project Management Seminar (6 week) 10355 Portsmouth PM 801 Project Planning and Scheduling 10322 Online PM 801 Project Planning and Scheduling (6 week) 10356 Portsmouth PM 802 Risk Management 10323 Online PM 804 Leading Teams 10324 Online PM 804 Leading Teams (6 week) 10357 Portsmouth PM 805 Negotiation, Contracting, and Procurement 10325 Online PM 806 Managing Project Portfolios 10326 Online PM 808 Project Management Capstone 10327 Online PM 810 Change Management and Communication 10328 Online

For detailed information on Graduate Studies Courses see page 10

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Take a Hybrid Course Combine On-Campus and Online Learning If you appreciate the connection of face-to-face classes, but have trouble fitting them into your schedule, hybrid courses can offer the best of both worlds. While flexibility is a major advantage of a hybrid course, there are additional benefits that you may not expect.

What is a Hybrid Course?

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These classes meet on campus during pre-selected weeks during the term and the remaining instruction will occur online.

Five Benefits of Hybrid Courses 1. Ease Into Online Learning At Granite State, you’ll need to take online courses in order to finish your degree. If you’re new to online learning, taking a hybrid course is a great way to get used to this environment and position yourself for success in 100% online classes.

2. Gain Time to Reflect Have you ever been in a class and thought of the perfect way to add to the conversation after the fact? One advantage of taking a hybrid course is that you won’t miss these opportunities. If you think of a really insightful perspective a day after your class meets on campus, you can log in and post your new idea that very same week.

3. Access to Your Instructor Taking a hybrid course offers multiple opportunities for instructor feedback. If you’re unsure of how to incorporate your instructor’s ideas or feedback, you’ll be able to ask follow-up or clarifying questions in your face-to-face meetings. If a new, advanced concept was introduced during your class meeting, you can ask your instructor to address these questions online. This will help support your successful achievement in your course.

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4. Build Your Communication Skills Almost every job description you encounter will ask for “Strong Communication Skills.” This includes both face-to-face and digital interactions, so a hybrid course presents a great environment to strengthen these skills. In the online portion of your course, you’ll be challenged to be clear and effective in your posts. During the process, you’ll naturally be working to improve your writing. When your class meets on campus, you’ll get the opportunity to hone your live presentation and verbal communication skills. These are all qualities that businesses are looking for in their employees and will help you when you’re in the market for your next big career opportunity.

5. Make In-Person Connections In addition to the live discussion, you can connect with fellow students on a social or personal level. This could lead to conversations about professional development or networking opportunities. Or, you may simply find common ground among your hobbies and develop new friendships.

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Profile Paul Antonellis, Jr. Ed.D. Granite State College is proud to welcome Paul Antonellis as our first-ever Director of Undergraduate Business Programs. In addition to teaching classes throughout the academic year, Paul’s leadership will strengthen the business curriculum, support faculty, and enhance advisors’ business program knowledge. Ultimately, his goal is to help students achieve academic success.

Meet Your Instructor Which programs will you serve as the Director of Undergraduate Business programs? Business Management, Accounting and Finance, Human Resource Administration, Marketing, Operations Management, and Service and Hospitality Management.

What’s unique about working with adult students?

My personal mantra is that transparency and clear targets improve learning for the student. Providing grading rubrics, checklists, common language, and explaining to students how they can be successful in the class, module, and the assignment will yield the best results. As a professor my Describe your professional background. goal is to link what the student already knows to the new Like many of our students, my career path has had more knowledge and why it is important; adult students will learn than one phase with many interesting turns. I have more and apply in real time. Earning my doctoral degree as an than 20 years of experience in the fire/EMS field, holding adult learner, I know firsthand some of the challenges faced various positions including Chief of Department. In addition, by adult learners. I have more than 11 years of experience in law enforcement in the State of Massachusetts, as a part-time police officer. I What advice do you have for students? have lectured to emergency service providers nationally and internationally. I have authored and published articles and Learning is a life long journey and not a destination. Your books. My most recent book is “Labor Relations for the Fire learning should not end with a degree or certification, Service.” In higher education, I have more than a decade of rather your learning process should be life long, aim to learn experience teaching human resource management online something new each day of your life. and on ground. When I look back on my career, I can see that the common thread between each phase is helping How do you spend your personal time? people and organizations strengthen their workforce and maximizing their potential as highly effective organizations. When not working or conducting research, I enjoy spending time with my wife and three children. I spend time ocean kayaking, tending to our apple/peach/pear trees on our Why Granite State College? property. You can also find me in the kitchen. I love cooking I was attracted to Granite State and the position and have taken classes at the Cambridge School of Culinary immediately, knowing that I would be able to utilize my Arts: Recreational Program. I also enjoy spending time leadership skills, curriculum development, and curriculum and training my pure white German Shephard dog in mapping skills while maintaining my faculty status. I’ve schutzhund obedience—all of his commands are in German. learned that my education, experience, and networking align with the College’s mission and the goals of its students.


A New Era of Public Service Leadership The Changing Needs of Public Service Leadership From the opioid epidemic to cyber crime and mass shootings, these high profile national public safety threats are changing how our public service leaders approach emergency preparedness situations. Police and Fire Services units are challenged to manage increasingly complex incidents in a world that’s highly connected and always looking for answers. Together, these forces are having a significant impact on the role of public service leaders while unveiling qualities that are essential for thriving in this environment.

In Photo: Michael Allen, '11 (B.S.) , '12 (M.S.) Former Chief of Police in Rochester, NH


Expanded Roles Changes in our culture are impacting the roles of those who work in public service management. Responsibilities that wouldn’t have been anticipated five or ten years ago have become essential components of public service positions.

Social Media “Social media has changed the fire service and public safety. Today when we go to an incident, there are often groups of people taking videos on their phones. There’s just a much higher level of public accountability,” shared Brendan Burns, Granite State alum and District Chief for the fire department in Manchester, New Hampshire. Public service leaders are leveraging this technology into something useful for communication with the general public. Michael Allen, Class of 2011 (B.S.) and 2012 (M.S.) and former Chief of Police in Rochester, New Hampshire, implemented social media communications into the department as a result of his graduate capstone project. “Social media is a huge resource for the department to build trust in the community and solve crimes,” shared Allen.

Versatility “About 80% of our operations involve administering Emergency Medical Services (E.M.S.). When I was hired in 1994, I was asked if I would become an Emergency Medical Technician (E.M.T.). Now, we look to hire firefighters that are paramedics, which carry an even more advanced knowledge base of E.M.S. practices. We need to be skilled and trained in both aspects,” said Burns.

Public Health Crisis Intervention In New Hampshire, a key component of the Governor’s 2016 Comprehensive Response to the opiate/opioid crisis involves public safety. Creative solutions, such as Safe Stations in Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, and other communities, serve as safe environments for individuals seeking assistance and looking for treatment to start their path to recovery. Nationally, law enforcement is changing their response to drug overdoses and now prioritizes addressing the addiction instead of the drug offense.

All-Hazards Planning & Collaboration Emergency response plans once focused on incidents such as fires or chemical spills. Today, these plans take an “all-hazards” approach which considers natural, chemical, biological, explosive, traumatic, and radiological-related events concurrently. In response, new training was developed to help police, fire, E.M.T.s, municipalities, hospitals, and other stakeholders work together to plan and maximize resources should such a severe or tragic event confront the community.

The Case for Leadership In order to effectively tackle emerging challenges in public service, departments will need tactical expertise and strong leadership. Earning a bachelor’s degree can help you demonstrate leadership and gain skills in the administrative side of management-level positions. This will help you stand out as a highly qualified candidate when you’re ready to pursue your next big promotion, which leads to increased responsibilities and earning potential.

Firefighter

$44,418 Fire Captain

$59,634 Fire Chief

$72,104 Police Officer

$53,532 Police Sergeant

$76,281 Police Chief

Sources Center for Disease Control, All-Hazards Preparedness Guide. (visited May 2017) Department of Homeland Security, Ready.gov. Planning. (visited May 2017) PayScale.com, Average Salary for Industry: Fire Department. (visited May 2017) Salary.com, Police Officer Salaries. (visited May 2017) State of New Hampshire, Office of Professional Licensure and Certification. The Opiate/Opioid Public Health Crisis. (visited May 2017)

$102,568

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