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Granite State College FEATURE

Can Your Employer

Help You Finish Your Degree?

6 WAYS

Accounting and Finance Industry Profile

Get Oriented Student Orientation Schedule - Pg 4

Career Services Can Help Support You

n Tuitio ement:

Reimburs Five Things to Know

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SPRING 2017


Can Your Employer Help You Finish Your Degree? How Jenn Found Inspiration and Support in the Workplace When Bank of New Hampshire underwent a massive computer upgrade in 2013, their leadership knew there would be an impact across the organization. Their employees would need guidance and support; however, there was no formal training division at the time. Senior managment pulled together a team of Bank Service Representatives to help make a game plan. Jenn Schaffner, a long-time employee, was appointed to this group. Through this project, she uncovered skills and talents that helped guide her career in a new, exciting direction. Training has always come naturally to Jenn. Creating manuals and documenting procedures was a practice that she had already incorporated into her role as a Bank Service Representative.

Her manager came to depend on these skills. When new employees started at the bank, she helped orient them to their new positions. When a new policy was adopted, Jenn would put it in writing so her colleagues had a go-to resource. When the computer upgrade project came along, Jenn was able to demonstrate the value in these practices. Working together, the group rolled out the new software to the company and provided training for all bank employees.

The project was so successful that the bank added a training division to the company. After getting the opportunity to contribute at a higher level, Jenn knew she wanted to get more out of her career. She decided it was time to go back to college and finally get a degree. Working full-time, I didn’t want to worry about having to attend classes in-person from week to week. I knew I needed a program available 100% online.


Student Spotlight:

Jenn Schaffner Jenn training her team at Bank of New Hampshire's Corporate Operations Center.

Jenn got started at her local community college, NHTI. Working in banking, Jenn could take her career in a number of directions. She started with a business administration associate program and was open to new possibilities that would help expand her career. It had been 10 years since I had been in college classes and I was really nervous. Having homework, studying for tests, and taking online classes took some getting used to. I wasn’t floundering, but I had to ‘learn’ how to be a student again and after that first semester, it got so much easier. As Jenn got settled in her classes, doors began to open: a promotion opportunity at the bank in their recently created training department became available.

After I went back to school, everything began to fall into place. I was prepared to take on new challenges. A position in the bank’s training department opened up and I became the new bank trainer. It was perfect timing!

Jenn worked her way through her associate degree at NHTI and even though she was compelled to take some time off from school, she persisted and applied to Granite State to finish her bachelor’s degree.

What I’ve learned is that you can get pretty far without a degree, but if you want to take that extra step and get more opportunities, or even just more knowledge about what you currently do, you need a bachelor’s degree. As a Business Management major with a Human Resources minor, Jenn finds that her coursework is helping her gain confidence as she grows her career at Bank of New Hampshire. I am constantly using what I learn in class at work—it’s just so relevant. Working full-time while being a full-time student is tough so when I get to apply what I learn, it just reinforces that going

back to school as an adult student was 100% the right decision. Jenn describes that returning to school has helped her grow personally and professionally. Outside of the classroom, Jenn is surrounded by a strong support team. She expresses deep appreciation for the encouragement she receives from her husband and her supervisor. The support from her employer proved to be valuable in more ways than one. Halfway through my first semester at Granite State, my employer introduced a new tuition reimbursement policy. Now, I can worry less about paying my tuition and student loan debt because my tuition is covered. The amount of money that I’m going to save by using this education assistance is absolutely incredible.

Tuition Reimbursement 101: Five Things to Know

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6 WAYS

Career Services Can Help Support You

No matter where you are in your career or what you aspire to be, everyone can benefit from individualized career advising! Our Career Advising sessions are customized to support your goals. Here are six strategies we can use to grow your career.

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Career Assessments

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Resume & Cover Letter Development

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Interview Prep

A Career Advisor’s analysis of your assessment can determine which sectors of the workforce are right for you.

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Career Exploration

Feeling the pressure of an upcoming job interview? Let us help you prepare!

Apply what you’ve learned through career assessments to explore career opportunities in your area.

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Career Planning Create a plan that combines your education, experience, and skills, all directed toward the career you’d like to pursue.

Don’t have a resume? Does your existing one need a makeover? Our qualified team can take your cover letters and resumes to the next level.

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Job Boards/Recruitment Need help navigating job boards or career search engines? Our team can help.

Learn More! For more information or to make an appointment, visit: blog.granite.edu/career-services


SPRING ACADEMIC CALENDAR February 13 Registration begins—Register online, phone, and on campus

February 27 Submission of proposal for Individualized Studies Capstones and Unique ILCs, Field Experience Courses, HLTC 640 Capstones: Internships and Projects

March 6 Last day to submit ILC Request Form for courses in the catalog

Access student resources at my.granite.edu

March 17 Preferred deadline to submit Financial Aid documents

March 29 Tuition payment or documented payment arrangements (including financial aid) are due. Online registration closes at 5 p.m.

April 10-14 First week of Spring Term classes

April 18 Last day to add / drop first half 6-week course

April 21

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Last day to add / drop 12-week course

May 1

Last day to withdraw from first 6-week course

May 22-26 First week of second 6-week term classes

May 29 Last day to withdraw from 12-week classes

May 29 Closed for Memorial Day

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May 30 Last day to add / drop second 6-week classes

June 14 Last day to withdraw from second 6-week class

June 26-30 Last week of spring term classes

ACADEMIC TERM CALENDAR Summer 2017 7/10-9/1 (Registration Opens May 2)

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Fall 2017 9/11-12/8 (Registration Opens July 3) 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 visit 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

LEBANON

★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 and Social Media B.S. Early Childhood Education with Teacher Certification B.A. English B.A. English Language Arts with Teacher Certification* B.S. Health Care Management B.A. History B.S. Human Resources Administration B.S. Human Services B.A. Individualized Studies B.S. Individualized Studies B.S. Information Technology B.S. Marketing B.A. Math Studies with Teacher Certification* B.S. Operations Management B.S. Psychology B.S. Social Science B.A. Social Studies with Teacher Certification* B.S. Technology Management

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• B.A. in English Language Arts with Teacher Certification in General Special Education, General Special Education/Elementary Education • B.A. in Math Studies with Teacher Certification in Math 5-8, Math 7-12 and General Special Education/Math 5-8 • B.A. in Social Studies with Teacher Certification in General Special Education, General Special Education/Elementary Education

Learn More!

To learn more about our associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and teacher certifications programs, please visit: granite.edu/degree-programs

B.S. Allied Health Leadership B.S. Applied Studies • Education and Training • Human Services and Early Childhood Development • 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 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.

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

M.S. Leadership (Specialty Track Options Available) M.S. Management M.S. Project Management M.S. School Leadership with School Librarian Certification M.S. School Leadership with School Principal Certification

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

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

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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.

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: library.granite.edu/lrs

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

Interested in Becoming a Teacher? Undergraduate Teacher Prep and Post-Baccalaureate Info Sessions These sessions provide an overview of what you need to begin your journey as an educator.

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.

To RSVP for a Session, Visit or Call: info.granite.edu/teacher-info-sessions | 603-822-5431

Undergraduate On-Campus Orientations

Tuesday, 3/28 Thursday, 3/30 Tuesday, 4/4 Tuesday, 4/4 Wednesday, 4/5

Claremont Concord Conway Rochester Manchester

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

Undergraduate Webinar Orientation

Monday, 4/3

Online

5:00-7:00

Graduate Webinar Orientation

Tuesday, 3/28 Tuesday, 4/11

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 Moodle, our online classroom learning system. Login to Moodle required. eLearning + Undergraduate and Graduate Orientation

Thursday, 4/6 Wednesday, 4/12

Online Online

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

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

Ongoing 4

Online

24/7

Teacher Prep Info Sessions Date

Campus

UG Time

PBTC Time

Thursday, 4/6 Thursday, 4/13 Thursday, 4/20 Wednesday, 4/26 Thursday, 5/4 Thursday, 5/11 Thursday, 5/18

Portsmouth Nashua Conway Manchester Rochester Claremont Littleton

2:30-3:30 2:30-3:30 2:30-3:30 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 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00 3:30-5:00


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO. COURSE TITLE

CRN

DAY

TIME

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

The Media and Its Messages Math for Our World Effecting Positive Change in Organizations Psychology of Occupational Stress Human Biology

30115 30116 30117 30118 30119

M T W T TH

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

04/10-06/26 04/11-06/27 04/12-06/28 04/11-06/27 04/13-06/29

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

4 4 4 4 4

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

Integrative: Behavioral Science Psychology

30135

W

5:30-9:00

04/12-06/30

HY

4

$1,200

30136

M

5:30-9:00

04/10-06/30

HY

4

$1,200

30131

S

9:00-3:00

04/22-06/24

HY

4

$1,200

30132

S

9:00-3:00

04/15-06/17

HY

4

$1,200

F2 F2 BL F2 F2 F2 BL F2 F2 IN

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

Claremont ENG 508 MATH 502 MGMT 620 PSY 616 SCI 505

Concord BEHS 650

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/12, 4/26, 5/10, 5/24, 6/7, 6/21

CRIT 502

Conducting Critical Inquiry

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/10, 4/24, 5/8, 5/22, 6/5, 6/19

EDU 617

Students with Disabilities

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: Saturdays: 4/22, 5/13, 6/3, 6/24

EDU 621

Special Education Law

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: Saturdays: 4/15, 5/6, 5/27, 6/17

ENG 500 ENG 508 HIS 513 HUMN 505 MATH 502 MGMT 500 MGMT 625 PSY 501 SCI 539 SOSC 605

The Writing Process 30124 M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/26 The Media and Its Messages 30125 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 European History: 19th and 20th Centuries (6 week) 30122 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-05/18 Introduction to Ethics 30126 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-06/28 Math for Our World 30127 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-06/28 Principles of Management 30128 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management (6 week) 30123 TH 5:30-9:00 05/25-06/29 Introduction to Psychology 30129 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 Energy and Environment 30130 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-06/29 Stress and the Family 30137 Varies Varies 04/12-06/27

Note: Intensive | Wed 4/12, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Sat 4/22 9:00 am - 9:00 pm; Sun 4/23 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sat 5/6 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Sat 5/20 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Conway ARTS 515

Introduction to Photography

30138

T

5:30-9:00

04/11-06/27

F2

4

$1,200

30139 30140 30141 30142 30143 30144 30145 30146 30147

TH T M TH TH T TH W M

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

04/13-06/29 04/11-06/27 04/10-06/26 04/13-06/29 04/13-06/29 04/11-06/27 04/13-06/29 04/12-06/28 04/10-06/26

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

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

Note: Digital camera is required

COMM 542 CRIT 501 ENG 500 HIS 513 MATH 504 MGMT 500 MGMT 613 SOC 501 SOSC 604

Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics Critical Inquiry The Writing Process European History: 19th and 20th Centuries Statistics Principles of Management Financial Management Introduction to Sociology Dynamics of Family Relationships

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

HY Hybrid

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

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 DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

Littleton

MGMT 621 Managing Conflict PSY 509 Human Development

CRN

DAY

TIME

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

30148 30149

M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/26 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-06/30

F2 4 $1,200 HY 4 $1,200

30150 TH 5:30-9:00 05/25-06/29 30151 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 30160 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-06/30

BL 4 $1,200 F2 4 $1,200 HY 4 $1,200

30152 30153 30161

W M W

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

04/12-06/28 04/10-06/26 04/12-06/30

F2 F2 HY

4 4 4

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

30154 30155 30156 30157 30158 30159 30410

W M T T TH T Varies

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

04/12-06/28 04/10-06/26 04/11-06/27 04/11-06/27 04/13-06/29 04/11-06/27 04/24-05/20

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 IN

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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

HY

4

$1,200

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/13, 4/27 5/11, 5/25, 6/8, 6/22

Manchester

ARTS 526 Modern America and the Movies (6 week) COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8, 6/22

ENG 633 HIS 627 HLTC 637

Short Fiction Vietnam War: An Historical Perspective Health Information Systems

Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/12, 5/10, 6/7, 6/28

MATH 504 MGMT 511 MGMT 650 MGMT 660 PSY 509 PSY 616 SCI 506

Statistics Financial Accounting Integrative: Strategic Management Integrative: Applied Studies in Management Human Development Psychology of Occupational Stress Physiology of Wellness

Note: Th, 4/27, 6:00 -10:00; Sat 5/6, 9:00-9:00; Sun 5/7, 9:00-6:00; Sat 5/20, 9:00-9:00; Pre-Assignment - Must Register by 4/20

Nashua - Classes Held On-site at Nashua Community College CRIT 502

Conducting Critical Inquiry

30165

W

5:30-9:00

04/12-06/28

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/12, 4/26, 5/10, 5/24, 6/7, 6/21

MGMT 601 Contemporary Management Issues (6 week) MGMT 613 Financial Management PSY 604 Counseling Theories

Portsmouth

COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 502 Conducting Critical Inquiry

30162 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-05/18 30163 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 30164 M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/26

BL 4 $1,200 F2 4 $1,200 F2 4 $1,200

30390 30391 30396

F2 F2 HY

4 4 4

30392 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-06/29 30393 M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/26 30394 M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/27 30395 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-06/28 30388 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-05/17 30389 W 5:30-9:00 05/24-06/28

F2 F2 F2 F2 BL BL

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

30401 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 30397 W 4:30-6:30 04/12-06/28 30402 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 30399 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-05/18 30400 TH 5:30-9:00 05/25-06/29 30403 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-06/28 30404 T 5:30-9:00 04/11-06/27 30405 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-06/29 30406 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-06/28 30407 W 5:30-9:00 04/12-06/28 30408 M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/26 30409 M 5:30-9:00 04/10-06/26

F2 BL F2 BL BL F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

4 $1,200 6 $2,050 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200 4 $1,200

T T TH

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

04/11-06/26 04/11-06/27 04/13-06/30

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

Note: Hybrid | In-class meeting dates: 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8, 6/22

HIS 618 IDIS 501 MGMT 566 MGMT 625 PSY 501 PSY 616

History of World War II Research Methods Organizational Behavior Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management Introduction to Psychology (6 week) Psychology of Occupational Stress (6 week)

Rochester ARTS 503 EDU 610 ENG 500 ENG 604 HUMN 502 MATH 502 MATH 504 MGMT 511 MGMT 650 PSY 509 SCI 528 SOSC 604 6

Introduction to Watercolor Teaching Language Arts and Literacy The Writing Process Creative Writing (6 week) American Popular Culture (6 week) Math for Our World Statistics Financial Accounting Integrative: Strategic Management Human Development Natural History of Northern New England Dynamics of Family Relationships

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


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO.

Online

ACCT 550 ACCT 610 APST 505 APST 515 BEHS 502 BEHS 650 CMPL 511 CMPL 515 CMPL 540 CMPL 612 CMPL 614 CMPL 618 CMPL 650 COMM 505 COMM 511 COMM 512 COMM 513 COMM 514 COMM 516 COMM 516A COMM 516B COMM 516C COMM 540 COMM 540 COMM 542 COMM 560 COMM 602 COMM 650 CRIM 500 CRIM 607 CRIM 650 CRIT 501 CRIT 502 CRIT 503 ECO 512 EDU 510 EDU 550 EDU 553 EDU 600 EDU 602 EDU 606 EDU 607 EDU 609 EDU 610 EDU 611 EDU 612 EDU 613 EDU 616 EDU 617 EDU 619 EDU 621 EDU 622

COURSE TITLE

CRN

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

Accounting Information Systems Cost Accounting Career Development and Life Planning (6 week) Grant Writing Human Services and the Helping Process Integrative: Psychology Software Tools Programming Fundamentals Best Practices in Website Design (6 week) Advanced Software Tools Computer and Network Systems Visual Programming II Best Practices in Information Technology Foundations of Digital Media Production 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 (6 week) Persuasive Communication Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics Cross Cultural Communication (6 week) Media and Strategic Communication Integrative: Project in Communication Studies Introduction to Criminology Constitutional Law Integrative: Criminal Justice Critical Inquiry Conducting Critical Inquiry Critical Inquiry in Prior Learning Assessment Principles of Economics Foundations of Education Foundations of Early Childhood Education Creative Arts in Early Childhood Education Mathematics and Science in Early Childhood Education Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to Meet the Needs of All Students 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/Program Requirements

30294 30295 30296 30297 30298 30299 30300 30301 30302 30303 30304 30305 30307 30308 30188 30189 30190 30191 30192 30193 30194 30195 30309 30105 30106 30310 30311 30312 30313 30314 30315 30316 30317 30318 30319 30196 30197 30198 30200 30199 30201 30202

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

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

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

$1,200 $1,200 $600 $1,200 $1,200 $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 $600 $600 $600 $600 $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 $1,450 $1,450

30203 30204 30205 30206 30207 30208 30209 30210 30211 30212

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

2 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1

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

Note: Registration hold - require advisor approval

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

Online - Continued on pg 8

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

Online Cont. EDU 627 EDU 630 EDU 631 EDU 646 EDU 650 EDU 651 EDU 652 ENG 500 ENG 508 ENG 510 ENG 555 ENG 600 ENG 604 ENG 625 ENG 640 HIS 511 HIS 512 HIS 627 HIS 660 HLTC 550 HLTC 612 HLTC 627 HLTC 629 HLTC 638 HLTC 650 HUMN 502 HUMN 560 HUMN 650 IDIS 501 INST 605 INST 650 MATH 502 MATH 504 MATH 605 MATH 606 MATH 604 MGMT 500 MGMT 501 MGMT 510 MGMT 511 MGMT 514 MGMT 514 MGMT 518 MGMT 566 MGMT 566 MGMT 568 MGMT 602 MGMT 606 MGMT 608 MGMT 611 MGMT 613

Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED Multicultural Perspectives Assessment of Students: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Practicum: Professionalism in Early Childhood Education Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar Aspects of Mathematics Learning The Writing Process The Media and Its Messages (6 week) Survey of American Literature Children’s Literature Expository Writing Creative Writing Readings in World Literature Shakespeare United States History: 1865 to the Present European History: Renaissance through the Industrial Revolution Vietnam War: An Historical Perspective Integrative: Project in History The Emerging U.S. Health Care System Community, Culture and Health Reimbursement and Financing Techniques in Health Care (6 week) Law and Ethics for Health Care and Human Services Health Care Policy Integrative: Health Care Management American Popular Culture Elementary Spanish I Integrative: Project in Humanities Research Methods Teaching and Learning in Adulthood Program Development and Learning Math for Our World Statistics Discrete Mathematics Calculus I Linear Algebra Principles of Management Introduction to Public Management Managerial Accounting Financial Accounting Principles of Marketing (6 week) Principles of Marketing Human Resource Administration Organizational Behavior (6 week) Organizational Behavior Strategic Data Analysis Leadership Human Resources and Organizational Development Managing Diversity Money and Banking (6 week) Financial Management

CRN

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

30213

04/10-06/30

OL

4

$1,200

30214 30215 30216 30217 30218 30219 30101 30114 30104 30320 30321 30322 30323 30324 30108 30325 30326 30327 30328 30329 30330 30331 30332 30333 30109 30334 30335 30336 30337 30338 30110 30111 30285 30286 30287 30112 30113 30339 30340 30341 30342 30343 30344 30345 30346 30347 30348 30349 30350 30351

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL 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 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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

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


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

Online Cont. MGMT 619 MGMT 620 MGMT 621 MGMT 622 MGMT 625 MGMT 627 MGMT 650 MGMT 660 MKTG 515 MKTG 617 NUR 602 NUR 603 NUR 604 NUR 606 NUR 607 NUR 650 POL 550 POL 554 PSY 501 PSY 508 PSY 509 PSY 509 PSY 510 PSY 521 PSY 602 PSY 615 PSY 616 SCI 502 SCI 502 SCI 518 SCI 539 SCI 600 SOC 603 SOSC 604 SOSC 630 SOSC 650 TCHM 650

Quality Management Effecting Positive Change in Organizations Managing Conflict (6 week) Database Management Systems Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management (6 week) Operations Management Integrative: Strategic Management Integrative: Applied Studies in Management Marketing Research Consumer Behavior Evidence-Based Nursing Nursing Care of Populations Nursing Care of an Aging Population The Nurse as Leader Nursing Implications of Genetics and Genomics Nursing Capstone Practicum American Government and Politics Law and Society Introduction to Psychology Child Development Human Development (6 week) Human Development Infant and Toddler Development Language Acquisition Theories of Personality Psychology of Adulthood Psychology of Occupational Stress (6 week) Nutrition Concepts and Controversies (6 week) Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Physical Geography Energy and Environment The Human Brain Work and Society Dynamics of Family Relationships Aspects of Aging Integrative: Project in Social Science Integrative: Project in Technology Management

GPS

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DEL.

CR.

COST

30352 30353 30354 30355 30356 30357 30358 30359 30360 30361 30362 30363 30364 30365 30366 30367 30368 30369 30370 30291 30371 30372 30292 30293 30373 30374 30375 30376 30377 30378 30379 30380 30381 30382 30383 30384 30385

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 05/22-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL 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 6 4 4 4 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 $2,050 $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 $1,200 $1,200 $1,200

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GRADUATE COURSES DEPT/NO.

Concord PM 800 PM 801

COURSE TITLE

CRN

DAY TIME

DATES

DEL. CR.

COST

Project Management Seminar Project Planning and Scheduling

30120 30121

T T

04/11-05/16 05/23-06/27

BL BL

$1,536 $1,536

Portsmouth LD 820 LD 821

Online ACCT 810 EDU 800 EDU 802 EDU 802A EDU 803 EDU 803A EDU 804 EDU 806 EDU 807A EDU 807B HRM 810 LD 820 LD 821 LD 822 LD 823 LD 850

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

Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities (6 week) Ethical Decision-Making (6 week)

30411 TH 5:30-9:00 04/13-05/18 30412 TH 5:30-9:00 05/25-06/29

BL 3 $1,536 BL 3 $1,536

Managing Accounting Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Leadership Essentials: Instructional Leadership Leadership Essentials: Self-Assessment and Development of Personal Plan for Instructional Leadership Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Leadership Essential: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Project Leadership Essentials to Develop and Support a Professional Culture Capstone Project: Leadership Essentials to Strategically Think, Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Capstone I: Leadership Essentials to Strategically Think, Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Capstone Project II: LDR Essentials to Strategically Think, Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Applied Human Resources: A Strategic Approach Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Ethical Decision-Making Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential Emergence of a Strategic Leader Leadership Integrative Capstone

30177 30270 30271 30272

04/10-06/30 04/10-05/19 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL

3 1 3 3

$1,536 $512 $1,536 $1,536

30273 30274

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL

3 3

$1,536 $1,536

30275

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,536

30276

04/10-06/30

OL

6

$1,536

30277

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,536

30278

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,536

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL HY

3 3 3 3 3 3

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

30168 30169 30170 30171 30172 30166 W 6:00-8:30

Note: Hybrid | Virtual meeting dates: Wed, 4/12, 4/26, 5/10, 5/24, 6/7 | Capstone Practice Day: Wed, 6/21, Capstone Event: Thurs, 6/22

LIS 801 LIS 801A LIS 802 LIS 802A LIS 803 LIS 803A MGMT 805 MGMT 824 MGMT 830 MGMT 835 MGMT 850

Foundational Issues in the Organization/Management of Information I Foundational Issues in the Organization/Management of Information II Leadership Essentials: Instructional Leadership Leadership Essentials: Self Assessment and Development of Personal Plan Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Project Organizational Behavior Financial Management Changing Economics Decision Analysis for Managers Strategic Management Integrative Capstone

30279

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,536

30280

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,536

30281 30282

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL

3 3

$1,536 $1,536

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

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

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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

30283 30284 30173 30174 30175 30176 30167 W 6:00-8:30

Note: Hybrid | Virtual meeting dates: Wed, 4/12, 4/26, 5/10, 5/24, 6/7 | Capstone Practice Day: Wed, 6/21, Capstone Event: Thurs, 6/22

PM 800 PM 801 PM 802 PM 804 PM 805 PM 806 PM 808 PM 810

10

3 3

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

30178 30179 30180 30181 30182 30183 30184 30185

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

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


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

CRN

TIME

DAY

DATES

Intensive Courses - Note: All intensive courses will require a pre- and post-assignment EDU 710 EDU 717 EDU 721

Teaching Language Arts and Literacy Students with Disabilities Special Education Law

30398 30133 30134

4:30-6:30 9:00-3:00 9:00-3:00

DEPT/NO. COURSE TITLE

Online MATH 705 MATH 706 MATH 704 EDU 700 EDU 701 EDU 702 EDU 703 EDU 704 EDU 705 EDU 706 EDU 707 EDU 710 EDU 710A EDU 711A EDU 712 EDU 713 EDU 717 EDU 721 EDU 730 EDU 732 EDU 736 EDU 737 EDU 738 EDU 739 EDU 740 EDU 741 EDU 742 EDU 743 EDU 745 EDU 748 EDU 750 EDU 750A EDU 752 EDU 761 EDU 763 EDU 764S EDU 765 EDU 766 EDU 767 EDU 768 EDU 770 EDU 771 EDU 772

Discrete Mathematics Calculus I Linear Algebra Introduction to Field Experience/Program Requirements The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator Using Technology to Teach Social Studies Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to Meet the Needs of All Students Strategies for Teaching Science Assessment of Students with Disabilities Transition Planning and Developing IEPs Managing Student Behavior Teaching Language Arts and Literacy Teaching Language Arts and Literacy in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education Role of the Reading and Writing Specialist II - Practicum Reading and Writing Disabilities: Assessment and Instruction Content Area Literacy Students with Disabilities Special Education Law Foundations of Language and Literacy Development Elementary School Mathematics Methods Dynamic Assessment: Complexities of Identification in LD,EBD, and IDD Behavioral Supports for Complex Behaviors Advanced Assistive and Educational Technology Advanced Programming for Students with Learning Disabilities Advanced Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities Advanced Programming for Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for E/B Disabilities Advanced Programming for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Developing Literate Students, K-12 Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar Aspects of Mathematics Learning Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 Assessment of Young Children in EC/ECSPED - Birth-Age 8 STEM in EC/ECSPED 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 Pedagogical Practice and Management of Technological Integration

W S S

04/12-06/28 4/22, 5/13, 6/3, 6/24 4/15, 5/6, 5/27, 6/17

CR.

DEL.

LOCATION

COST

6 4 4

BL HY HY

Rochester Concord Concord

$2,050 $1,200 $1,200

CRN

DATES CR

DEL.

COST

30288 30289 30290 30220 30221 30222 30223

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 1 4 4 4

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

30224 30225 30226 30227 30228 30229

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 2 4 6 6

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

30230 30231 30232 30233 30234 30235 30236 30237 30238 30239 30240 30241

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

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

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

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

30242 30243 30244 30245

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL

4 4 4 4

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

30246 30247 30248 30249 30250 30251 30252 30253

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4

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

30254

04/10-06/30

OL

4

$1,200

30255 30256 30257 30258 30259

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL

2 4 3 3 3

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

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

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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

CRN

DATES CR

DEL.

COST

30260 30261

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL

3 3

$1,150 $1,150

30262

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,150

30263 30264 30265 30266 30267 30268

04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30 04/10-06/30

OL OL OL OL OL OL

3 3 3 3 3 3

$900 $900 $900 $900 $900 $1,150

30269

04/10-06/30

OL

3

$1,150

Online Cont. EDU 773 EDU 774 EDU 775 EDU 782 EDU 783 EDU 784 EDU 785 EDU 792 EDU 795 EDU 796

Meeting the Needs of All Learners Through Technological Integration Professionalism, Leadership, and Administrative Understandings and Practice for TI Culminating Teaching Experience: Clinical Synthesis and Implementation of Technical Integration Social and Emotional Aspects of Deafness ASL I ASL II Speaking and Listening Braille I: Reading, Writing, and Technology Assessment and Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with Blindness and Visual Impairment Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities

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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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Spring 2017 Add/Drop Schedule

1ST 6-WEEK COURSES

12-WEEK COURSES Dates 2/13-4/21 4/22-5/29 After 5/29

Students are responsible for purchasing textbooks and materials. Textbooks are an additional expense. MBS Books is the authorized textbook supplier for the college. Detailed information on required books, including ISBN, is listed online.

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

Dates 2/13-4/18 4/19-5/1 After 5/1

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

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FINANCIAL AID AND STUDENT ACCOUNTS Notice of Availability of Financial Aid Federal, State, and/or Institutional Financial Aid is available to all qualifying degree and eligible post-baccalaureate 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 if You Have 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 For detailed information see pages 5-12 16

ACCOUNTING ACCT 550 Accounting Information Systems ACCT 610 Cost Accounting

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APPLIED STUDIES APST 505 Career Development and Life Planning (6 weeks) APST 515 Grant Writing

30296 Online 30297 Online

ARTS AND CULTURE ARTS 503 Introduction to Watercolor ARTS 515 Introduction to Photography ARTS 526 Modern America and the Movies (6 weeks)

30401 Rochester 30138 Conway 30150 Manchester

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE BEHS 502 Human Services and the Helping Process BEHS 650 Integrative: Psychology BEHS 650 Integrative: Psychology

30298 30135 30299

COMPUTERS CMPL 511 Software Tools CMPL 515 Programming Fundamentals CMPL 540 Best Practices in Website Design (6 weeks) CMPL 612 Advanced Software Tools CMPL 614 Computer and Network Systems CMPL 618 Visual Programming II CMPL 650 Best Practices in Information Technology

30300 Online 30301 Online 30302 Online 30303 Online 30304 Online 30305 Online 30307 Online

COMMUNICATIONS COMM 505 Foundations of Digital Media Production COMM 511 Role of the Speech-Language Assistant COMM 512 Survey of Communication Disorders COMM 513 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing COMM 514 Articulation and Phonological Disorders COMM 516 Clinical Practicum I COMM 516A Clinical Practicum II COMM 516B Clinical Practicum III COMM 516C Clinical Practicum IV COMM 540 Persuasive Communication (6 weeks) COMM 540 Persuasive Communication COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics COMM 560 Cross Cultural Communication (6 weeks) COMM 602 Media and Strategic Communication COMM 650 Integrative: Project in Communication Studies

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRIM 500 Introduction to Criminology CRIM 607 Constitutional Law CRIM 650 Integrative: Criminal Justice

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CRITICAL THINKING CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry CRIT 502 Conducting 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

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ECONOMICS ECO 512 Principles of Economics

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EDUCATION EDU 510 Foundations of Education EDU 550 Foundations of Early Childhood Education EDU 553 Creative Arts in Early Childhood Education EDU 600 Mathematics and Science in Early Childhood Education EDU 602 Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 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 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

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EDU 617 Students with Disabilities 30131 EDU 617 Students with Disabilities 30209 EDU 619 Managing Student Behavior 30210 EDU 621 Special Education Law 30132 EDU 621 Special Education Law 30211 EDU 622 Introduction to Field Experience/Program Requirements 30212 EDU 627 Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early Childhood 30213 and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 630 Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED 30214 EDU 631 Multicultural Perspectives 30215 EDU 646 Assessment of Students: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse 30216 EDU 650 Practicum: Professionalism in Early Childhood Education 30217 EDU 651 Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar 30218 EDU 652 Aspects of Mathematics Learning 30219 EDU 700 Introduction to Field Experience/Program Requirements 30220 EDU 701 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator 30221 EDU 702 Using Technology to Teach Social Studies 30222 EDU 703 Instructional Methods, Strategies, and Technologies to 30223 Meet the Needs of All Students EDU 704 Strategies for Teaching Science 30224 EDU 705 Assessment of Students with Disabilities 30225 EDU 706 Transition Planning and Developing IEPs 30226 EDU 707 Managing Student Behavior 30227 EDU 710 Teaching Language Arts and Literacy 30228 EDU 710 Teaching Language Arts and Literacy 30398 EDU 710A Teaching Language Arts and Literacy in Early Childhood 30229 and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 711A Role of the Reading and Writing Specialist II - Practicum 30230 EDU 712 Reading and Writing Disabilities: Assessment and Instruction 30231 EDU 713 Content Area Literacy 30232 EDU 717 Students with Disabilities 30133 EDU 717 Students with Disabilities 30233 EDU 721 Special Education Law 30134 EDU 721 Special Education Law 30234 EDU 730 Foundations of Language and Literacy Development 30235 EDU 732 Elementary School Mathematics Methods 30236 EDU 736 Dynamic Assessment: Complexities of Identification in 30237 LD,EBD, and IDD EDU 737 Behavioral Supports for Complex Behaviors 30238 EDU 738 Advanced Assistive and Educational Technology 30239 EDU 739 Advanced Programming for Students with Learning 30240 Disabilities EDU 740 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction for 30241 Students with Learning Disabilities EDU 741 Advanced Programming for Emotional/Behavioral 30242 Disabilities EDU 742 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for 30243 E/B Disabilities EDU 743 Advanced Programming for Intellectual and 30244 Developmental Disabilities EDU 745 Advanced Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction for 30245 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities EDU 748 Developing Literate Students, K-12 30246 EDU 750 Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar 30247 EDU 750A Culminating Teaching Experience and Seminar 30248 EDU 752 Aspects of Mathematics Learning 30249 EDU 761 Young Children with Exceptionalities, Birth-Age 8 30250 EDU 763 Assessment of Young Children in EC/ECSPED - 30251 Birth-Age 8 EDU 764S STEM in EC/ECSPED 30252 EDU 765 Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction in Early 30253 Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education, K-Age 8 EDU 766 Collaboration, Consultation, and Teaming In Early Childhood 30254 and Early Childhood Special Education EDU 767 IFSP, IEP, and Transition Plans, Birth-Age 8 30255 EDU 768 Behavior Interventions for Young Children in EC/ECSPED 30256 EDU 770 Introduction to Technological Integration 30257 EDU 771 Curricular Theory of Technological Integration 30258 EDU 772 Pedagogical Practice and Management of Technological 30259 Integration EDU 773 Meeting the Needs of All Learners Through Technological 30260 Integration EDU 774 Professionalism, Leadership, and Administrative 30261 Understandings and Practice for TI EDU 775 Culminating Teaching Experience: Clinical Synthesis and 30262 Implementation of Technical Integration EDU 782 Social and Emotional Aspects of Deafness 30263 EDU 783 ASL I 30264 EDU 784 ASL II 30265 EDU 785 Speaking and Listening 30266

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HISTORY HIS 511 HIS 512 HIS 513 HIS 513 HIS 618 HIS 627 HIS 627 HIS 660

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United States History: 1865 to the Present 30108 Online European History: Renaissance through the 30325 Online Industrial Revolution European History: 19th and 20th Centuries (6 weeks) 30122 Concord European History: 19th and 20th Centuries 30142 Conway History of World War II 30392 Portsmouth Vietnam War: An Historical Perspective 30153 Manchester Vietnam War: An Historical Perspective 30326 Online Integrative: Project in History 30327 Online

HEALTH CARE HLTC 550 The Emerging U.S. Health Care System HLTC 612 Community, Culture and Health HLTC 627 Reimbursement and Financing Techniques in Health Care (6 weeks) HLTC 629 Law and Ethics for Health Care and Human Services HLTC 637 Health Information Systems HLTC 638 Health Care Policy HLTC 650 Integrative: Health Care Management

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INTERDISCIPLINARY AND APPLIED STUDIES IDIS 501 Research Methods IDIS 501 Research Methods

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

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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 504 Statistics MATH 504 Statistics MATH 504 Statistics MATH 504 Statistics MATH 604 Linear Algebra MATH 605 Discrete Mathematics MATH 606 Calculus I MATH 704 Linear Algebra MATH 705 Discrete Mathematics MATH 706 Calculus I

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MANAGEMENT MGMT 500 Principles of Management MGMT 500 Principles of Management MGMT 500 Principles of Management MGMT 501 Introduction to Public Management MGMT 510 Managerial Accounting MGMT 511 Financial Accounting

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30340 Online 30405 Rochester 30341 Online 30342 Online 30343 Online 30344 Online 30345 Online 30394 Portsmouth 30346 Online 30162 Nashua 30347 Online 30348 Online 30349 Online 30350 Online 30145 Conway 30163 Nashua 30351 Online 30352 Online 30117 Claremont 30353 Online 30148 Littleton 30354 Online 30355 Online 30123 Concord 30356 Online 30395 30357 30156 30358 30406 30157 30359

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MARKETING MKTG 515 Marketing Research MKTG 617 Consumer Behavior

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NURSING NUR 602 NUR 603 NUR 604 NUR 606 NUR 607 NUR 650

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POLITICAL SCIENCE POL 550 American Government and Politics POL 554 Law and Society

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PSYCHOLOGY PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology (6 weeks) PSY 508 Child Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development (6 weeks) PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 510 Infant and Toddler Development PSY 521 Language Acquisition PSY 602 Theories of Personality PSY 604 Counseling Theories PSY 615 Psychology of Adulthood PSY 616 Psychology of Occupational Stress PSY 616 Psychology of Occupational Stress PSY 616 Psychology of Occupational Stress (6 weeks) PSY 616 Psychology of Occupational Stress (6 weeks)

30129 Concord 30370 Online 30388 Portsmouth 30291 Online 30149 Littleton 30158 Manchester 30371 Online 30372 Online 30407 Rochester 30292 Online 30293 Online 30373 Online 30164 Nashua 30374 Online 30118 Claremont 30159 Manchester 30375 Online 30389 Portsmouth

SCIENCE SCI 502 SCI 502 SCI 505 SCI 506 SCI 518 SCI 528 SCI 539 SCI 539 SCI 600

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Evidence-Based Nursing Nursing Care of Populations Nursing Care of an Aging Population The Nurse as Leader Nursing Implications of Genetics and Genomics Nursing Capstone Practicum

Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Human Biology Physiology of Wellness Physical Geography Natural History of Northern New England Energy and Environment Energy and Environment The Human Brain

Online Online Claremont Manchester Online Rochester Concord Online Online

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HUMANITIES HUMN 502 American Popular Culture HUMN 502 American Popular Culture (6 weeks) HUMN 505 Introduction to Ethics HUMN 560 Elementary Spanish I HUMN 650 Integrative: Project in Humanities

MGMT 511 Financial Accounting MGMT 511 Financial Accounting MGMT 514 Principles of Marketing (6 weeks) MGMT 514 Principles of Marketing MGMT 518 Human Resource Administration MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior (6 weeks) MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 568 Strategic Data Analysis MGMT 601 Contemporary Management Issues (6 weeks) MGMT 602 Leadership MGMT 606 Human Resources and Organizational Development MGMT 608 Managing Diversity MGMT 611 Money and Banking (6 weeks) MGMT 613 Financial Management MGMT 613 Financial Management MGMT 613 Financial Management MGMT 619 Quality Management MGMT 620 Effecting Positive Change in Organizations MGMT 620 Effecting Positive Change in Organizations MGMT 621 Managing Conflict MGMT 621 Managing Conflict (6 weeks) MGMT 622 Database Management Systems MGMT 625 Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management MGMT 625 Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management (6 weeks) MGMT 625 Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Management MGMT 627 Operations Management MGMT 650 Integrative: Strategic Management MGMT 650 Integrative: Strategic Management MGMT 650 Integrative: Strategic Management MGMT 660 Integrative: Applied Studies in Management MGMT 660 Integrative: Applied Studies in Management

COURSES AT A GLANCE

EDUCATION (CONT.) EDU 792 Braille I: Reading, Writing, and Technology EDU 795 Assessment and Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with Blindness and Visual Impairment EDU 796 Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities ENGLISH ENG 500 The Writing Process ENG 500 The Writing Process ENG 500 The Writing Process ENG 500 The Writing Process ENG 508 The Media and Its Messages ENG 508 The Media and Its Messages ENG 508 The Media and Its Messages (6 weeks) ENG 510 Survey of American Literature ENG 555 Children’s Literature ENG 600 Expository Writing ENG 604 Creative Writing ENG 604 Creative Writing (6 weeks) ENG 625 Readings in World Literature ENG 633 Short Fiction ENG 640 Shakespeare

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SOCIOLOGY SOC 501 Introduction to Sociology SOC 603 Work and Society

30146 30381

Conway Online

SOCIAL SCIENCE SOSC 604 Dynamics of Family Relationships SOSC 604 Dynamics of Family Relationships SOSC 604 Dynamics of Family Relationships SOSC 630 Aspects of Aging in a Modern Society SOSC 650 Integrative: Project in Social Science

30147 30382 30409 30383 30384

Conway Online Rochester Online Online

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT TCHM 650 Integrative: Project in Technology Management

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GRADUATE STUDIES ACCOUNTING ACCT 810 Managing Accounting

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EDUCATION EDU 800 Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements 30270 EDU 802 Leadership Essentials: Instructional Leadership 30271 EDU 802A Leadership Essentials: Self-Assessment and Development 30272 of Personal Plan for Instructional Leadership EDU 803 Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning 30273 EDU 803A Leadership Essential: Evaluation of Teaching and 30274 Learning Project EDU 804 Leadership Essentials to Develop and Support a 30275 Professional Culture EDU 806 Capstone Project: Leadership Essentials to Strategically 30276 Think, Plan, Implement, and Evaluate EDU 807A Capstone I: Leadership Essentials to Strategically Think, 30277 Plan, Implement, and Evaluate EDU 807B Capstone Project II: LDR Essentials to Strategically Think, 30278 Plan, Implement, and Evaluate HUMAN RESOURCES HRM 810 Applied Human Resources: A Strategic Approach

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LEADERSHIP LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities (6 week) LD 821 Ethical Decision-Making LD 821 Ethical Decision-Making (6 week) LD 822 Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential LD 823 Emergence of a Strategic Leader LD 850 Leadership Integrative Capstone LIS 801 Foundational Issues in the Organization/Management of Information I LIS 801A Foundational Issues in the Organization/Management of Information II LIS 802 Leadership Essentials: Instructional Leadership LIS 802A Leadership Essentials: Self Assessment and Development of Personal Plan LIS 803 Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning LIS 803A Leadership Essentials: Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Project MANAGEMENT MGMT 805 Organizational Behavior MGMT 824 Financial Management MGMT 830 Changing Economics MGMT 835 Decision Analysis for Managers MGMT 850 Strategic Management Integrative Capstone

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT PM 800 Project Management Seminar 30120 Concord PM 800 Project Management Seminar 30178 Online PM 801 Project Planning and Scheduling 30121 Concord PM 801 Project Planning and Scheduling 30179 Online PM 802 Risk Management 30180 Online PM 804 Leading Teams 30181 Online PM 805 Negotiation, Contracting, and Procurement 30182 Online PM 806 Managing Project Portfolios 30183 Online PM 808 Project Management Integrative Capstone 30184 Online PM 810 Change Management and Communication 30185 Online

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Quality Matters Accreditations and Achievements that Support the Value of Your Education

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Tuition Reimbursement 101: Five Things to Know Did you know that more than 50% of employers offer undergraduate tuition assistance? Tuition assistance, or tuition reimbursement, is a company-offered benefit that gives you the opportunity to have your college courses paid by your employer. Although these programs will vary from company to company, here are five things to know as you explore this valuable benefit.

1.

Review the Company Policy

2.

Make a Payment Game Plan

3.

Plan Carefully

4.

Find Your Add/Drop Dates

5.

You Can Save Thousands of Dollars

Most people aren’t even aware that their company offers an education benefit, so it’s worth reaching out to your employer’s Human Resources (HR) team to see what’s available. From there, review the policy and be prepared to ask questions. Can I pursue any degree or does it have to be related to my current job? What level of education is covered: Bachelor’s? Master’s? Certificates? What is the maximum reimbursement amount per year? Do I need to get a certain GPA in order to get reimbursement and if so, what’s the requirement?

Many employers reimburse staff members after the term ends. However, you’ll likely need your tuition bill paid prior to the start of the course. There are options! Ask the college's business office about tuition payment plans or look into the availability of financial aid to cover your course payment in the short term. Just be sure to make payments as soon as you’re reimbursed so you can maximize your benefit, and minimize student loan debt.

You’ll want to plan your courses based on the HR policy and how much you can get reimbursed. For example, if your employer provides a certain dollar amount per year, you won’t want to take courses at an aggressive rate or you’ll dry up your funds before the year ends.

Consult the academic calendar and be aware of “add/drop” dates, which is the period of time you can safely add or withdraw from courses without a financial penalty. This means that if you get busy at home or work and can’t commit to your course, as long as you drop the course by the appropriate date, you won’t have to worry about compromising your tuition benefit.

If your employer offers this benefit, it’s something you shouldn’t ignore. Even the most affordable colleges are an investment and if you have an employer who can relieve some of the financial pressure, you’ll be more likely to finish your degree. Source: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). 2013 Employee Benefits: An Overview of Employee Benefits Offerings in the U.S. Visited January 2017.

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Accounting and Finance Industry Profile Career Options and Top Jobs As the speed and scope of business continues to increase, organizations rely on strong and strategic financial operations teams to stay competitive. If you have a knack for working with numbers and want to fasttrack your career, the Accounting and Finance industries hold a lot of promise. Although Accounting and Finance are related, they have distinct characteristics and opportunities when it comes to your career. In Finance, positions focus on the financial operations

of a business. This includes analyzing revenue, and how best to use that revenue, to help a company succeed. Accounting is a subset of finance, focused on recording financial transactions and the flow of money in and out of the company. Accounting prepares balance sheets, income statements, and other reports that financial managers can use to make decisions. Finance strategically uses reports and data from accounting to evaluate current and historical economic conditions to identify trends and opportunities.


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Top Jobs and Median Pay Jobs in accounting and finance operations occupations are growing steadily. That growth stems from an increasingly more complex regulatory environment. This means careers focused on complex budgeting, analyzing, and preparing financial data are driving demand. Despite employment growth, strong competition is expected for positions in accounting and finance, which typically require a bachelor’s degree. Top positions may also require professional licensure or prefer a graduate degree.

Budget Analysts

Risk Management Specialist

$71,220 Nationally

$65,440 Nationally

$74,220 in NH

$61,360 in NH

Financial Analysts

Auditors

$78,620 Nationally

$65,940 Nationally

$76,420 in NH

$61,910 in NH

Accountants $65,940 Nationally $61,910 in NH

Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents $51,430 Nationally $50,065 in NH

Financial Managers, Branch or Department $115,320 Nationally $95,720 in NH

Accounting and Finance.

Corporate Finance Help a company find and manage the capital needed to maximize corporate value and reduce financial risk.

Commercial Banking Promote a range of financial services to the general public and businesses. Jobs include bank tellers, loan officers, and branch managers.

Investment Banking Facilitate and issue corporate securities, make these securities available for investors to purchase, and provide financial advice to both corporations and individual investors.

Private Equity and Venture Capital Help businesses find capital for both expansion and current operations.

Financial Planning Help individuals develop goals for saving and investing that will support their overall financial stability.

Insurance Help businesses and individuals anticipate risk and protect against losses.

SOURCES MarketResearch.com. Accounting & Finance Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis. Visited January 04, 2017. Investopedia. Financial Career Options For Professionals. Visited January 04, 2017.

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