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AN OPEN DOOR How students are coming back to GSC after earning their degrees


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This fall, we saw more GSC alumni return to our community than ever before. As an adult-focused institution, there isn’t an annual homecoming to celebrate; Our alumni aren’t visiting to rally around the home team or to reminisce about the good ol’ days. They’re coming back because GSC helped them build their career once and they’re confident that our master’s programs will guide them to the next level.

When Lauren sought to finish her bachelor’s degree, GSC was there. She left an undergraduate program at another institution near the end of her junior year, which left her with a delicate collection of transfer credits that she wanted to maximize. Upon her mother’s suggestion, Lauren looked into Granite State College—her mother’s alma mater (then the School for Lifelong Learning). She built a self-design major, earned a bachelor’s, and used her degree to further her professional development and explore new opportunities.

and that’s where I started. I built my life around coming back to school. While she was looking for graduate programs, she found the M.S. in Project Management and eventually landed in the M.S. in Leadership program. Lauren was energized by the entire experience: the leadership concepts, the faculty, her fellow students, and the 24/7 dialogue in her online classes. She credits GSC’s focus on adult students for providing this transformative experience. I think that everything you do in adult education is relevant to who you are, what you do for a living, and how you’ve chosen to build your career. I’m not sure that you’re getting the same quality of education when you’re not being taught with adult education concepts. My choice to come back to GSC was a definite conscious decision. Today, Lauren has two diplomas from Granite State College, both bachelor’s and master’s. She offers this advice to fellow alumni who are considering a similar pathway: If a master’s degree is what you want, make it your priority. Everything else will fall into place.

Lauren’s career spanned several industries, including health care, military service, and education. She found a talent for training and advising people and hit her professional stride as a career development facilitator. Lauren was very committed to her career and she felt she found a job that she would be with forever. Then, the organization lost its main funding source. With this blow, Lauren also lost her job. When you’re in a situation where you’re not sure what to do next, you ask yourself “what’s most important”

Dr. Scott Stanley and Lauren Smith during the inaugural hooding ceremony at 2013 Commencement


We’re Here

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WHat do you do? associate registrar. The Registrar’s office maintains each student’s official record. We handle registration, help faculty post grades in WebROCK, maintain transcripts, and keep track of when a student is ready to complete their degree program and graduate!

WHat do you love? I look forward to Commencement each year. My office is with the student every step of the way from registration through graduation, but our work is very much behind the scenes. Seeing the students and celebrating with their families on the big day is always so special.

WHat do you do? accountant. Part of my role involves supporting the Office of Financial aid and the Bursar’s Office with students’ financial aid awards, work-study funds, and other financial matters.

WHat do you love? I have a lot of respect for the people I work with. They’re committed to GSC and committed to helping students succeed. It makes our working environment really positive and motivating for all involved.

WHat do you do? associate director of Financial aid. If a current or potential student, their families, or an alumnus has a question about their financial aid, it’s my job to work with them to provide the information they need to finance their education.

WHat do you love? Paying for college can be one of the more overwhelming parts of a student’s pursuit of a college degree. Supporting students through the financial aid process and helping them maximize their award is really fulfilling. You know you’re making a difference!

WHat do you do? Human resources assistant. I’m also a former work-study staff member and student since 2009!

place, one student at a time. as a student, I love the student culture here. We have a very diverse population that’s enthusiastic about education, encouraging to each other, and driven to succeed. It’s an exciting dynamic all around!

WHat do you love? as a staff member, I know that we are doing work that makes the world a better

WHat do you do? director of Facilities, Safety, and Sustainability. For students, I work to ensure that our classroom and office spaces are comfortable and inviting.

Peter COnKlIn

WHat do you love? The best part about working for GSC is that we improve peoples’ lives! You’ve got to love a group of people who get together to do that!


WINTER CALENDAR October 1

Registration begins— Register online, by mail, fax, phone, and on campus.

October 25

Integrative Experiences & Unique ILCs: Completion of Proposal in Wordpress Template.

Access student resources at my.granite.edu

December 6

Last day to submit a catalog course ILC for Fall term. Visit my.granite.edu for a link.

December 13

Priority filling deadline for financial aid.

December 27

Tuition payments or documented payment (including financial aid) are due.

January 4-10

First week of classes.

January 14

Visit us online at granite.edu

Last day to drop first 6-week class.

January 17

Last day to drop 12-week classes.

January 20

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. GSC closed.

January 28

Registration for Spring term opens.

January 28

Last day to withdraw from first 6-week course.

February 15-21

Follow us on Facebook

First week of second 6-week term.

February 21

Last day to withdraw from 12-week classes.

February 25

Last day to drop second 6-week term class.

March 11

Last day to withdraw from second 6-week term class.

March 22-28

Last week of classes.

Call us at 1.855.GSC4ALL

ACADEMIC TERM CALENDAR Spring 2014

4/5-6/27

Summer 2014

7/5-8/29

Fall 2014

9/6-12/12

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GSC LOCATIONS STUDENT INFORMATION CENTER CALL: 1.855.GSC4ALL (1.855.472.4255) FAX: 1.855.FAX2GSC (1.855.329.2472)

CLAREMONT CAMPUS 27 Pleasant Street Claremont, NH 03743

CONCORD CAMPUS 25 Hall Street Concord, NH 03301 LITTLETON

CONWAY CAMPUS 53 Technology Lane, Suite 150

CONWAY

Conway, NH 03818 LEBANON

LEBANON CAMPUS 24 Airport Road, The Trade Center Building W. Lebanon, NH 03784

CLAREMONT

LITTLETON CAMPUS

ROCHESTER

39 Main Street

CONCORD

Littleton, NH 03561 PORTSMOUTH MANCHESTER

MANCHESTER CAMPUS 195 McGregor Street, MillWest Building Manchester, NH 03102

NASHUA

NASHUA CAMPUS Located at Nashua Community College 505 Amherst Street Nashua, NH 03063 603.578.8918

PORTSMOUTH CAMPUSES Pease Intnl. Tradeport

Located at GBCC

51 International Dr.

320 Corporate Drive

Portsmouth, NH 03801

Portsmouth, NH 03801

ROCHESTER CAMPUS 35E Industrial Way, Suite 101 Rochester, NH 03867

Please visit www.granite.edu for campus hours and directions.

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Granite State College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.


DEGREE PROGRAMS ASSOCIATE IN ARTS (A.A.)

POST-BACCALAUREATE

General Studies

TEACHER CERTIFICATIONS

Certifications in 12 areas (see page 12-13) ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (A.S.)

Behavioral Science Business Communication Sciences & Disorders Early Childhood Education

DEGREE COMPLETION PATHWAYS

BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.)

English Language Arts with Teacher Certification History Humanities (Degree Completion Pathway) Individualized Studies Math Studies with Teacher Certification NEW Social Studies with Teacher Certification NEW

NEW

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.S.)

Accounting & Finance Applied Studies • Allied Health Services • Education and Training • Human Services • Human Services & Early Childhood Development NEW • Management • Public Service Management Business Management Communication Studies Criminal Justice Digital & Social Media NEW Early Childhood Education with Teacher Certification Health Care Management Health & Wellness NEW Human Resources Administration NEW Individualized Studies Information Technology Marketing NEW Nursing (RN to BSN) Operations Management NEW Psychology Social Science NEW Technology Management

Pursue streamlined completion of your bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Health Care Management, Health and Wellness, Humanities, Information Technology, Teacher Certification or Applied Studies in Management. Programs are open to students with an earned associate degree and allow completion of a bachelor’s degree in as little as 18 months on a clearly identified pathway, whether in our “fast track” of 2 courses per term, or at your own pace. Visit granite.edu or contact our student information center for more details. MINORS

Minors give students an opportunity to specialize further in an area of interest that is distinct from the major. Minors are optional and are open to all bachelor’s degree candidates. Visit granite.edu for a complete list of available minors. MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.)

Leadership Management NEW Project Management

Granite State College proudly delivers practical and relevant education in the classroom and online, offering associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, postbaccalaureate programs for teacher education and a variety of transfer opportunities. For a full description of our degree programs, including a listing of the courses required to achieve each degree please visit: www.granite.edu/academics/degrees.php

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WINTER COURSES Winter is a great time to make progress toward your degree. With a range of course offerings, schedules, and course delivery formats, Granite State makes attending winter classes easier than ever. Many classes are enhanced with the use of Moodle, an online learning management system. Support and training sessions on the basics of Moodle are available as stand alone sessions or combined with a student orientation. The eLearning+ orientation schedule is below, or contact your campus for one-on-one coaching.

Student and eLearning+ Orientation

The anticipation of starting or returning to college is exciting! Of course it also comes with many questions. Orientation includes information on purchasing books, accessing student accounts, using library services and strategies for success For these reasons, we offer student and eLearning+ orientation sessions the week before each term at a campus in each of our regions.

Undergraduate Teacher Prep Information Sessions

It is important to understand how to achieve your goals! This information session provides what you need to begin your journey as an informed educator. Learn how to file your Declaration of Candidacy, program requirements and how the program works.

eLearning+ Orientation Schedule

New Student Orientation

DATE

DATE

LOCATION TIME

UNDERGRADUATE Monday, 12/30 Claremont Monday, 12/30 Conway Monday, 12/30 Manchester Monday, 12/30 Rochester Thursday, 1/2 Online Tuesday, 1/14 Online GRADUATE Thursday, 1/2 Thursday, 1/2 Thursday, 1/2 Tuesday, 1/14

Manchester Portsmouth Online Online

7:00-9:00 7:00-9:00 7:00-9:00 7:00-9:00 5:30-7:30 5:30-7:30

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

LOCATION TIME

UNDERGRADUATE Monday, 12/30 Claremont Monday, 12/30 Conway Monday, 12/30 Manchester Monday, 12/30 Rochester GRADUATE Thursday, 1/2 Thursday, 1/2 Thursday, 1/2

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

Manchester 7:30-8:30 Portsmouth 7:30-8:30 Online 7:30-8:30

Undergraduate Teacher Prep Information Sessions DATE

LOCATION TIME

Thursday, 1/9 Thursday, 1/16 Thursday, 1/23 Thursday, 1/30 Thursday, 2/6 Thursday, 2/13 Thursday, 2/20 Monday, 2/24

Portsmouth Nashua Conway Manchester Rochester Claremont Littleton Lebanon

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 2:30-3:30

Please RSVP to beth.hoyt-flewelling@granite.edu

Self-paced tutorial available for your convenience at: my.granite.edu

COURSE

DELIVERY

KEY

In this course schedule, you will notice a column that denotes the “course delivery format” of each class. Here is a guide that will help you understand these terms so you can select the format that best fits your schedule and academic goals.

HY Hybrid

Classes meet on campus during certain pre-selected weeks during the term. The rest of the instruction occurs online.

F2 Face-to-Face

These classes meet every week of the term on campus for face-to-face instruction between students and instructors.

Online

OL All course instruction occurs completely online. There is no face-to-face requirement. BL Blended

A blended class is a combination of face-to-face and online. You will meet every week on campus and the remainder of the instructional time is online.

IN

Intensives

In an intensive course, each class lasts longer than a typical course and the classes take place over a shorter time period.

FB Field-Based

Field-Based classes mix “on the job” experience (field-based) and student/instructor interactions via meetings at your job site or through appointments online. The student and instructor mutually determine these meeting times to fit the student’s goals. Students are expected to be working in their field-based setting for a minimum of 10 hours per week.

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES KEY DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

CLAREMONT

P P

CMPL 511 COMM 551 ECO 512 HIS 602 HUMN 550 IDIS 501 MGMT 500 MGMT 621 SOC 601

Software Tools Small Group Communication Principles of Economics History of New England American Sign Language I Research Methods Principles of Management Managing Conflict Society and the Individual

CONCORD

P P P P P

CMPL 511 COMM 542 CRIT 500 EDU 611 EDU 619 ENG 600 ENG 625 HUMN 504 INST 514 MGMT 621 POL 550 PSY 509 PSY 608 SCI 508

CONWAY

Software Tools Interpersonal Comm. & Group Dynamics Critical Thinking Assessment of Students with Disabilities Managing Student Behavior Expository Writing Readings in World Literature Comparative Religions Articulation and Phonological Disorders Managing Conflict American Government & Politics Human Development Social Psychology Issues in Women’s Health

COST

INSTRUCTOR

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

W. Pringle P. McCarthy H. Hansen D. Benner C. Rosinski S. Green

F2 F2 F2 IN IN F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

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

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

P. Carter J. Stenho S. Green M. McMurray L. MacBride W. Todd Abernathy W. Warnken J. Couser G. England L. Raduazo E. Roth J. Green C. Hatala D. Richards

1/8-3/26 F2 1/7-3/25 F2 1/9-3/27 F2 1/7-3/25 F2 1/9-3/27 F2 1/25, 2/8, 22; 3/8 IN 1/6-3/24 F2 1/6-3/24 F2 1/7; 2/4, 11, 18, 25; H 3/4, 11, 18, 25 1/9-3/27 F2 1/7-3/25 F2 1/9-3/27 F2 1/8-3/26 F2 1/6-3/24 F2 1/6-3/24 F2 1/5, 29; 2/12, 26; HY 3/12, 26 1/7-3/25 F2

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,140 F. Rancourt $1,140 J. Zink $1,140 C. Gendreau $1,140 C. Thompson $1,140 L. Lee $1,140 $1,140 J. St. Pierre $1,140 D. Jones $1,140 B. Christina

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

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$1,140 L. Fox Phillips

CRN

DAY TIME

DATES

20116 20117 20118 20119 20120 20121 20122 20123 20129

T TH W W M W TH T 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

1/7-3/25 1/9-3/27 1/8-3/26 1/8-3/26 1/6-3/24 1/8-3/26 1/9-3/27 1/7-3/25 1/6-3/24

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

20134 20144 20147 20413 20420 20157 20162 20163 20324 20164 20165 20166 20167 20171

T T M S S TH W W M W TH TH M M

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 9:00-3:00 9:00-3:00 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 5:30-9:00

1/7-3/25 1/7-3/25 1/6-3/24 1/25; 2/8, 22; 3/8 2/1, 15; 3/1, 15 1/9-3/27 1/8-3/26 1/8-3/26 1/6-3/24 1/8-3/26 1/9-3/27 1/9-3/27 1/6-3/24 1/6-3/24

CMPL 511 Software Tools 20174 W 5:30-9:00 COMM 553 Presentational Communication 20208 T 9:00-12:30 COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 20213 TH 5:30-9:00 CRIT 500 Critical Thinking 20178 T 5:30-9:00 P CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry 20206 TH 9:00-12:30 EDU 627 Collaboration, Consultation & Teaming 20416 S 9:00-3:00 ENG 500 Writing Process 20181 M 5:30-9:00 HIS 627 Vietnam War: An Historical Perspective 20184 M 5:30-9:00 HUMN 560 Introductory Spanish 20187 T 5:30-9:00 P MATH 502 Math for our World 20189 TH 5:30-9:00 P MGMT 511 Financial Accounting 20193 T 5:30-9:00 MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior 20194 TH 5:30-9:00 MGMT 625 Legal/Ethical Issues in Business and Mgmt 20197 W 5:30-9:00 PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology 20198 M 5:30-9:00 SCI 502 Nutrition Concepts and Controversies 20199 M 5:30-9:00 P SCI 600 Human Brain 20321 W 5:30-9:00 SOSC 605 Stress and the Family 20201 T 5:30-9:00

DEL. CR.

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

H. Hansen C. Nevins

M. Allan J. Gobel E. Border E. Alkalay C. Brings J. Gottlieb R. Berks

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES KEY DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

LEBANON

P

ENG 500 MGMT 514 MGMT 613 PSY 509 PSY 617 SCI 502

Writing Process Principles of Marketing Financial Management Human Development Abnormal Psychology Nutrition Concepts and Controversies

LITTLETON

P

COMM 540 EDU 621 ENG 500 HUMN 502 MATH 502

Persuasive Communication Special Education Law Writing Process American Popular Culture Math for our World

MANCHESTER

P P P P P

CRN

DAY TIME

DATES

20218 20343 20347 20349 20351 20224

M TH TH T T 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

1/6-3/24 1/9-2/13 2/20-3/27 1/7-2/11 2/18-3/25 1/8-3/26

F2 BL BL BL BL F2

4 4 4 4 4 4

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

20228 20414 20239 20256 20263

M S TH T W

5:30-9:00 9:00-3:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

1/6-3/24 1/25; 2/8, 22; 3/8 1/9-3/27 1/7-3/25 1/8-3/26

F2 IN F2 F2 F2

4 4 4 4 4

$1,140 C. Gendreau $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 K. Van Der laan $1,140

INSTRUCTOR

A. Brown M. Lorden S. Montagne C. Trombley C. Trombley A. Tuller

ARTS 503

Introduction to Watercolor

20272

T

5:30-9:00

1/7-3/25

F2

4

$1,140 C. Michaels

BEHS 650 CRIM 500 CRIT 501 CRIT 502 HIS 618 HLTC 550 MATH 504 MGMT 511 MGMT 514 MGMT 608 PSY 617 SCI 541

Integrative: Behavioral Science Introduction to Criminology Critical Inquiry Connecting to Your Major History of World War II Emerging U.S. Health Care System Statistics Financial Accounting Principles of Marketing Managing Diversity Abnormal Psychology Introduction to Environmental Science

20282 20287 20292 20152 20299 20332 20309 20313 20323 20326 20328 20330

W T T T M Th M TH M W TH W

5:30-9:00 6:00-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-7:30 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 6:00-9:00 5:30-9:00

1/8-3/26 1/7-3/25 1/7-3/25 1/7-3/25 1/6-3/24 1/9, 30; 2/27; 3/20 1/6-3/24 1/9-3/27 1/6-3/24 1/8-3/26 1/9-3/27 1/8-3/26

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 HY F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

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

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

1/25; 2/8, 22; 3/8 2/1, 15; 3/1, 15 1/7-3/25 1/7-3/25 1/7, 21; 2/4, 18; 3/4, 18 1/7-3/25

IN IN BL F2 H

4 4 4 4 4

$1,140 C. Tate $1,140 $1,140 J. Smith $1,140 C. Masure $1,140

BL 4

$1,140 J. Shayne

1/9-3/27 1/9-3/27 1/25; 2/8, 22, 3/8 2/1, 15; 3/1, 15 1/7-3/25 1/8-3/26 1/8-3/26 1/9-3/27 1/6-3/24 1/7-3/25 1/7-3/25 1/8-3/26 1/6-3/24 1/6-3/24

F2 F2 IN IN F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2

$1,140 $1,140 $570 $1,710 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

NOTE: field trip required; additional supplies required

NASHUA - Classes Held at GSC’s Location On-Site at Nashua Community College

EDU 621 Special Education Law 20415 S 9:00-3:00 EDU 629 Found. in the Education of Second Language Learners 20421 S 9:00-3:00 P MGMT 606 HR and Organizational Development 20365 T 12:30-3:30 MGMT 612 Investment Principles 20365 T 5:30-9:00 PSY 603 Crisis Intervention 20441 T 5:30-9:00 P PSY 604 Counseling Theories 20363 T 9:00-12:00 PORTSMOUTH ARTS 501 Introduction to Drawing 20337 TH 5:30-9:00 COMM 542 Interpersonal Communication and Group Dynamics 20340 TH 5:30-9:00 EDU 609 Transition Planning and Developing IEPs 20406 S 9:00-3:00 EDU 610 Teaching Language Arts and Literacy 20418 S 9:00-3:00 ENG 500 Writing Process 20344 T 5:30-9:00 P MATH 502 Math for our World 20348 W 5:30-9:00 P MATH 504 Statistics 20352 W 5:30-9:00 P MGMT 511 Financial Accounting 20356 TH 5:30-9:00 P MGMT 606 HR and Organizational Development 20362 M 5:30-9:00 MGMT 621 Managing Conflict 20370 T 5:30-9:00 POL 600 U.S. in World Affairs 20373 T 5:30-9:00 PSY 509 Human Development 20378 W 5:30-9:00 PSY 617 Abnormal Psychology 20381 M 5:30-9:00 SCI 539 Energy and the Environment 20383 M 5:30-9:00

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DEL. CR. COST

4 4 2 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

F. Gagne J. Rizzo T. Von George L. Kalvaitis D. Benner

M. Patrick McGowan

L. Cole D. Hoitt W. Waldert J. Orfao J. Shayne C. Schadler

H. Mariotti K. Ver Ploeg B. Papa L. Cole J. MacMillian C. O’Connell C. Sean Clancy M. Zaino P. Cox C. Schadler


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES KEY DEPT./NO.

COURSE TITLE

CRN

ROCHESTER

COMM 540 Persuasive Communication 20386 P CRIT 500 Critical Thinking 20389 CRIT 501 Critical Inquiry 20433 P CRIT 502 Connecting to Your Major 20393 ECO 512 Principles of Economics 20399 EDU 602 Young Children with Exceptionalities 20417 EDU 617 Students with Disabilities 20419 P ENG 505 Introduction to Language and Linguistics 20336 P ENG 555 Children’s Literature 20403 P ENG 604 Creative Writing 20404 HIS 502 Great Civilizations 20405 MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior 20407 MGMT 625 Legal/Ethical Issues in Business and Mgmt 20408 POL 550 American Government & Politics 20409 P PSY 608 Social Psychology 20410 K SCI 502 Nutrition Concepts and Controversies 20374 SOC 601 Society and the Individual 20411 SOSC 605 Stress and the Family 20412

ONLINE

P P P P P P P P P P

APST 505 ARTS 504 ARTS 550 ARTS 551 BEHS 650 CMPL 511 CMPL 511 CMPL 515 CMPL 614 CMPL 618 CMPL 628 CMPL 650 COMM 550 COMM 553 COMM 601 CRIM 555 CRIM 600 CRIT 500 CRIT 500 CRIT 501 CRIT 502 ECO 512 EDU 510 EDU 550 EDU 551 EDU 555 EDU 601 EDU 603 EDU 605 EDU 606 EDU 607 EDU 609 EDU 610A EDU 617 EDU 619 EDU 621

Career Development & Life Planning (2 CR, 6wk) 20200 Design Fundamentals 20202 Art History: Western World (8 wk) 20203 Survey World Architecture (8 wk) 20204 Integrative: Behavioral Science 20205 Software Tools 20207 Software Tools 20209 Programming Fundamentals 20210 Computer and Network Systems 20212 Visual Programming II 20211 Visual Programming III 20214 Integrative: Best Practices in IT 20215 Interpersonal Communication 20216 Presentational Communication 20217 Trends in Digital and Social Media 20219 Criminal Justice System 20220 Crime Prevention and Control 20221 Critical Thinking 20222 Critical Thinking 20223 Critical Inquiry 20225 Connecting to Your Major 20226 Principles of Economics 20227 Foundations of Education 20101 Foundations of Early Childhood Education 20102 Learning and Early Childhood Environments 20103 Language and Literacy Development 20104 Observation and Assessment in ECE 20105 Family and Community Relations in ECE 20107 Early Childhood Program Administration 20108 The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator 20109 Instructional Methods, Strategies and Technologies 20110 Transition Planning and Developing IEPs 20111 Teaching Reading and Writing N-3 20113 Students with Disabilities 20112 Managing Student Behavior 20114 Special Education Law 20115

DAY TIME

DATES

W 5:30-9:00 1/8-3/26 M 5:30-9:00 1/6-3/24 T 5:30-9:00 1/7-3/25 T 5:30-9:00 1/7-3/25 T 5:30-9:00 1/7-3/25 S 9:00-3:00 2/1, 15; 3/1, 15 S 9:00-3:00 2/1, 15; 3/1, 15 T 5:30-9:00 1/7, 28; 2/25; 3/11, 25 W 5:30-9:00 1/8-3/26 TH 5:30-9:00 1/9-3/27 TH 5:30-9:00 1/9-3/27 TH 5:30-9:00 1/9-3/27 W 5:30-9:00 1/8-3/26 M 5:30-9:00 1/6-3/27 M 5:30-9:00 1/6-3/27 F 6:00-10:00 2/14 F 9:00-9:00 2/28 Sa 9:00-9:00 3/1 F 5:00-10:00 3/7 W 5:30-9:00 1/8-3/26 T 5:30-9:30 1/7-3/25 2/17-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-2/28 1/6-2/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28

DEL. CR. COST

INSTRUCTOR

F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 IN IN HY F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 F2 IN

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

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

F2 F2

4 4

$1,140 C. Nevins $1,140 J. Trotzer

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

2 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 2 6 4 4 4

$570 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,390 $1,390 $570 $1,710 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

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

C. Caswell C. Caswell J. MacMillian J. Carloni M. Jerr M. Elliott C. Benedetto J. Berman S. Coughlin T. Harrington A. Neal A. Anastasia

J. Hodges P. Orfao D. Pook D. Pook F. Gagne M. Janetos W. Pringle R. Danault M. Janetos A. LaPenn A. LaPenn J. Kelty E. Hathaway J. Zink S. Covello M. Geoffroy J. Riendeau F. Rancourt P. Erwin M. McGair E. Gauffreau M. Friedman T. Carnevale B. Mulrey E. Reed B. Krol-Sinclair T. McDonnell B. McKenna J. Carson C. Tate P. Lombardi P. Kuliga C. Tate A. Allen P. Berg A. Allen

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES KEY DEPT./NO. COURSE TITLE

P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P

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EDU 622 EDU 622 EDU 622 EDU 622 EDU 622 EDU 622 EDU 622 EDU 624 EDU 626 EDU 628 EDU 631 EDU 651 EDU 651 EDU 651 EDU 651 EDU 651 EDU 651 EDU 651 ENG 500 ENG 504 ENG 508 ENG 513 ENG 600 ENG 601 ENG 620 ENG 625 HIS 511 HIS 611 HIS 627 HLTC 550 HLTC 629 HLTC 638 HUMN 502 HUMN 504 HUMN 505 HUMN 625 IDIS 501 INST 512 INST 516C INST 607 INST 610 MATH 502 MATH 504 MATH 604 MATH 606 MATH 609 MGMT 511 MGMT 514 MGMT 518 MGMT 555 MGMT 566 MGMT 602 MGMT 608 MGMT 612 MGMT 613 MGMT 614 MGMT 615 MGMT 624 MGMT 625 MGMT 626

Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Intro. to Field Experience and Program Requirements Assess. of Young Children in EC/ECSPED: Birth - Age 3 Curric., Assessment & Instruction in EC/ECSPED: K - Age 8 IFSP, IEP, and Transition Plans, Birth - Age 8 Multicultural Perspectives Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Writing Process Intro. to Literature Media and Its Messages British Literature II Expository Writing Writing for the Professions Multicultural Perspectives Through Literature Readings in World Literature US History: 1865-Present Themes in World History Vietnam War: An Historical Perspective Emerging U.S. Health Care System Law and Ethics for Health Care and Hum Svc Health Care Policy American Popular Culture Comparative Religions Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Cultural Theory Research Methods Survey of Communication Disorders Clinical Practicum IV Learning Workplace Instructional Design and Interactive Learning Math for our World Statistics Linear Algebra Calculus I Algebra Theory for Teachers Financial Accounting Principles of Marketing Human Resource Administration Introduction to Fiscal Management in HC Organizational Behavior Leadership (6 week) Managing Diversity (6 week) Investment Principles Financial Management Planning New Business Ventures Financial Modeling & Decision-Making Managing Information Technology (6 week) Legal/Ethical Issues in Business and Mgmt Project Management Strategies

CRN

DAY

TIME

20124 20125 20126 20127 20128 20130 20131 20132 20133 20266 20135 20136 20137 20138 20139 20140 20141 20142 20229 20230 20231 20232 20233 20234 20235 20237 20238 20240 20241 20242 20243 20244 20245 20246 20247 20248 20250 20425 20280 20251 20252 20253 20254 20303 20312 20314 20255 20257 20258 20259 20261 20262 20265 20267 20268 20270 20271 20273 20274 20275

DATES

1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-2/14 2/17-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 2/17-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28

DEL.

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 OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

CR.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 2 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

COST

INSTRUCTOR

$285 $285 $285 $285 $285 $285 $285 $1,140 $1,390 $570 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $570 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

A. Keef B. Christina D. Cook L. Zaia P. Corbett P. Berg T. Carnevale P. Howson

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

B. Christina A. Keef B. Christina D. Cook L. Zaia P. Corbett P. Berg T. Carnevale M. Watman E. Hinnov B. Peterson N. Imbracsio B. Dittrich A. Johnson K. Dougherty I. Page B. Smith K. Wolfe A. Morrow Jensen M. Castro P. Rienzo S. Hickoff A. Reif G. Fryburg R. Kondrath C. Iacuzzi J. Fernald D. Pazdon J. Moser S. Foy G.Poitrast P. Jarema P. Loud G. Poitrast P. Loud Z. Buzzell N. Marks C. Granfield

L. Lanteigne Magoon

R. McPherson M. Russell N. Gilmour M. Martin M. Marks M. Martin P. Russell T. Dumas M. Zaino P. Paquette


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES KEY DEPT./NO. COURSE TITLE

CRN

P P P P

20278 20279 20427 20428 20429 20281 20284 20285 20286 20288 20289 20290 20291 20293 20295 20296 20297 20302 20304 20306 20307 20308

MGMT 650 MGMT 660 NUR 602 NUR 603 NUR 608 POL 550 PSY 501 PSY 508 PSY 509 PSY 603 PSY 606 PSY 608 PSY 617 SCI 505 SCI 508 SCI 512 SCI 541 SDLR 551 SOC 501 SOC 607 SOSC 519 SOSC 605

Integrative: Strategic Management Integrative: Applied Studies in Management Evidence-Based Nursing Nursing Care of Populations Informatics and Technology in Nursing Practice American Government & Politics Introduction to Psychology Child Development Human Development Crisis Intervention Educational Psychology Social Psychology Abnormal Psychology Human Biology Issues in Women’s Health Introduction to Astronomy Introduction to Environmental Science Assessment of Prior Learning Introduction to Sociology Child Abuse and Neglect Living in a Digital Democracy Stress and the Family

DAY

TIME

DATES

DEL.

CR.

COST

INSTRUCTOR

1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28 1/6-3/28

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

$1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

M. Russell T. Gagne J. Fitzpatrick J. Hayes T. Collins G. Wattendorf S. Farris B. Mckenna J. Fernald H. Mariotti C. Bagley A. Neal H. Geoffroy P. Corzilius J. Gianforte D. Wilson L. Gauffreau M. Henly T. Neville-Carey P. Erwin K. Allard

UNDERGRADUATE PREREQUISITE QUICK REFERENCE

The chart below is a quick reference guide to prerequisites at Granite State College. Many prerequisites can be met by equivalent transferred courses or prior learning experience. Refer to the current College Catalog and consult with your Academic Coach if you have any questions about the prerequisites or your courses. In addition to prerequisites, some courses have recommendations of prior coursework. Refer to the catalog for details. COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)

COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)

COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)

BEHS 540 BEHS 608 BEHS 640 BEHS 650 CMPL 515 CMPL 518 CMPL 520 CMPL 612 CMPL 614 CMPL 618 CMPL 622 CMPL 628 CMPL 650 COMM 601 COMM 602 CRIM 555 CRIM 606 CRIM 607 CRIM 650 CRIT 500 CRIT 501 CRIT 502 ECO 600 EDU 551 EDU 553 EDU 555 EDU 600 EDU 601 EDU 602 EDU 610 EDU 650 EDU 660 EDU 661 EDU 750 ENG 402 ENG 405 ENG 505 ENG 508

ENG 510 ENG 512 ENG 513 ENG 555 ENG 560 ENG 600 ENG 601 ENG 604 ENG 620 ENG 622 ENG 625 ENG 633 ENG 640 HLTC 540 HLTC 627 HLTC 630 HLTC 637 HLTC 638 HLTC 640 HLTC 650 HUMN 501 HUMN 551 HUMN 561 IDIS 501 INST 513 INST 514 INST 515 INST 516 A INST 516 B INST 516 C INST 540 INST 640 INST 650 MATH 402 MATH 405 MATH 502 MATH 504 MATH 510

MATH 600 MATH 601 MATH 603 MATH 604 MATH 605 MATH 606 MATH 607 MGMT 511 MGMT 540 MGMT 568 MGMT 601 MGMT 602 MGMT 606 MGMT 611 MGMT 612 MGMT 613 MGMT 614 MGMT 620 MGMT 622 MGMT 623 MGMT 624 MGMT 626 MGMT 640 MGMT 650 MGMT 660 PSY 602 PSY 604 PSY 605 PSY 606 PSY 608 PSY 609 PSY 611 PSY 615 SCI 600 SDLR 550 SOC 601 SOSC 630 TCHM 650

PSY 501 and SOC 501 BEHS 501, CMPL 511, MATH 504 *CATALOG IDIS 501, MATH 504 CMPL 511, MATH 502 CMPL 515 CMPL 612 CMPL 511 CMPL 515 or CMPL 612 CMPL 518 CMPL 515 CMPL 618 *CATALOG COMM 550, COMM 551 or COMM 553 & CMPL 511 or CMPL 612

MGMT 514 or ENG 505 CRIM 500 CRIM 500, CRIM 555 POL 554 *CATALOG *CATALOG *CATALOG *CATALOG ECO 512 PSY 508 PSY 508 PSY 508 or PSY 509 MATH 502, PSY 508 PSY 508 PSY 508 EDU 555 *CATALOG *CATALOG *CATALOG *CATALOG Minimum Accuplacer Reading Comp. Minimum Accuplacer Reading Comp. & Sentence Skills ENG 500 ENG 500

ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 CRIT 500, ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 HLTC 550 MGMT 555 HLTC 550 or Introductory Human Services course MATH 504 HLTC 550 *CATALOG *CATALOG ENG 500 HUMN 550 HUMN 560 CRIT 500, ENG 500 and (PSY 501, SOC 501, PSY 509 or EDU 510)

INST 512 INST 513 INST 514 INST 516 INST 516 A INST 516 B PSY 615, INST 605, permission of Academic Affairs *CATALOG INST 605, INST 610 and PSY 615 Minimum Accuplacer Arithmetic Minimum Accuplacer Arithmetic Minimum Accuplacer Score or see catalog

CMPL 511 (MATH 502, or acceptable score on Algebra Accuplacer)

MATH 502

*CATALOG - Classes with this symbol require various prerequisites. Refer to our online catalog (WebROCK).

MATH 606 MATH 510 MATH 502 MATH 606 and MATH 607 MATH 606 MATH 510 MATH 606 *CATALOG MGMT 500, MGMT 566, permission of Academic Affairs MATH 502 MGMT 500 or MGMT 501 MGMT 500 or MGMT 501 or MGMT 566 MGMT 518 or MGMT 566 ECO 512 MATH 502 MGMT 511 MGMT 500 COMM 550 or COMM 551 or MGMT 566 CMPL 515, CMPL 612 CMPL 515, or CMPL 612 and Acceptable Accuplacer scores

MGMT 500 or MGMT 501 or MGMT 566 MGMT 500 or MGMT 501 *CATALOG MATH 504, MGMT 500, MGMT 511, MGMT 514 & MGMT 613 *CATALOG PSY 501 PSY 501 or PSY 509 (MATH 502 or MATH 504) and (PSY 501 or 508 or 509) IDIS 501 & (EDU 510 or PSY 501) & ( PSY 508 or PSY 509) PSY 501 PSY 501 PSY 501 PSY 501 PSY 501 For Individual Studies Majors Only SOC 501 PSY 501, PSY 509, or SOC 501 *CATALOG

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GRADUATE COURSES KEY COURSE TITLE

CRN

DAY

20249 20260 20283 20294 20236 20424 20269 20276 20298

Project Management Seminar Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Project Management Seminar

CONCORD

P

COMM 800 LD 820 LD 821 LD 822 LD 850 MGMT 805 PM 800 PM 801 PM 804

Foundations of Organizational Communication Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Ethical Decision-Making Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential Leadership Integrative Capstone Organizational Behavior Project Management Seminar Project Planning and Scheduling Leading Teams

MANCHESTER

PM 800

NASHUA

LD 820 PM 800

TIME

DATES

DL.

CR.

COST

TH T T TH W T M TH M

5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-8:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00 5:30-9:00

1/9-2/13 1/7-2/11 2/18-3/25 2/20-3/27 1/8-3/19 1/7-2/11 1/6-2/10 1/9-2/13 2/17-3/24

BL BL BL BL HY BL BL BL BL

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

$1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485

20300

W

5:30-9:00

1/8-2/12

BL

3

$1,485

20305 20311

M TH

6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30

1/6-2/10 1/9-2/13

BL BL

3 3

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6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30 6:00-8:30

1/8-2/12 1/6-2/10 2/17-3/24 2/19-3/26 1/7-2/11 2/18-3/25 1/9-2/13 2/20-3/27

BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

$1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485

1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28 1/4-3/28

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

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

$1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485 $1,485

PORTSMOUTH - Classes Held On Campus at Great Bay Community College

P P

COMM 800 LD 820 LD 821 LD 822 PM 800 PM 804 PM 806 PM 807

ONLINE

P P P P P P

COMM 800 LD 820 LD 821 LD 822 LD 823 MGMT 805 MGMT 824 MGMT 825 PM 800 PM 801 PM 802 PM 803 PM 804 PM 805 PM 806 PM 807 PM 808 PM 809 PM 810

Foundations of Organizational Communication Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Ethical Decision-Making Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential Project Management Seminar Leading Teams Managing Project Portfolios Project Quality Management

20315 20316 20327 20329 20322 20331 20325 20423

W M M W T T TH TH

Foundations of Organizational Communication Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities Ethical Decision-Making Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential Emergence of a Strategic Leader Organizational Behavior Financial Management Corporate & Social Accountability Project Management Seminar Project Planning and Scheduling Risk Management Cost & Budget Management Leading Teams Negotiation, Contracting, and Procurement Managing Project Portfolios Project Quality Management Project Management Integrative Capstone Global Project Management Change Management and Communication

20168 20169 20170 20172 20173 20179 20175 20176 20180 20182 20183 20185 20186 20188 20190 20191 20192 20195 20196

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

GRADUATE PREREQUISITE QUICK REFERENCE

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COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)

COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)

LD 850 PM 802 PM 803 PM 805

PM 806 PM 807 PM 808

All Required Coursework PM 800 PM 801, PM 802 PM 801, PM 802

PM 800 PM 800 All Required Coursework


IN TRODUCING THE

M.S. in Management Our Master of Science in Management provides a high-level perspective of management essentials, preparing students to address the ever-changing issues that challenge an organization’s ability to achieve its goals. The program is designed to complement the expertise that students have gained in their own professions and specialties. With its full focus on understanding management demands and achieving mastery, the M.S. in Management is structured to evolve and adapt to workforce demands, preparing students for dynamic career possibilities.

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INTENSIVE COURSES

EDU 705 EDU 717

Assessment of Students with Disabilities Students with Disabilities

CRN

DATES

TIME

20426 20422

2/1, 15; 3/1, 15 2/1, 15; 3/1, 15

9:00-3:00 Rochester 9:00-3:00 Manchester

KEY DEPT/NO. COURSE TITLE

ONLINE

EDU 510 EDU 550 EDU 700 EDU 700 EDU 700 EDU 700 EDU 700 EDU 700 EDU 700 EDU 701 EDU 710 EDU 717 EDU 721 EDU 737 EDU 764 EDU 765 EDU 767 MATH 704 MATH 706 MATH 709

Foundations of Education Foundations of Early Childhood Education Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements Introduction to Field Experience and Program Requirements The Dynamic Role of the Special Educator Teaching Language Arts and Literacy Students with Disabilities Special Education Law Behavioral Supports for Complex Behaviors Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction in ECE & ECE SPED(Birth to Age 8) Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction in ECE & ECE SPED(K - Age 8) IFSPs, IEPs & Planning Transition, Birth-8 Linear Algebra Calculus I Algebra Theory for Teachers

LOCATION

CR. COST

4 4

$1,140 $1,140

DELIVERY

IN

INSTRUCTOR

C. Tate

CRN DATES CR. COST DELIVERY INSTRUCTOR

20101 20102 20143 20145 20146 20148 20149 20150 20151 20153 20154 20155 20156 20158 20159 20160 20161 20317 20319 20320

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

$1,140 $1,140 $285 $285 $285 $285 $285 $285 $285 $1,390 $1,710 $1,140 $1,140 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $570 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140

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

T. Carnevale B. Mulrey A. Keef B. Christina D. Cook L. Zaia P. Corbett P. Berg T. Carnevale C. Tate B. Spencer T. Carnevale A. Allen P. Lombardi D. Egan J. Ward Guaraldi P. Loud G.Poitrast P. Loud

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

Post Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation

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POST-BACCALAUREATE TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS KEY DEPT/NO. COURSE TITLE

CRN

CR.

Using Technology to Teach Social Studies

20338

Strategies for Teaching Science Assessment of Students with Disabilities Transition Planning and Developing IEPs Classroom Management Roles & Responsibilities of the Reading Specialist: Practicum I Roles & Responsibilities of the Reading Specialist: Practicum II Reading Disabilities: Assessment & Instruction Content Area Literacy Standards-Based Curriculum Design & Assessment Foundations in the Education of Second Language Learners Language Arts & Literacy for Reading Specialists Foundations of Language and Literacy Development Multicultural Perspectives Elementary Math Methods Teaching Middle School Mathematics Teaching Secondary Math Dynamic Assessment: Complexities of Identification Advanced Assistive and Educational Technology Advanced Programming for Students with LD Advanced Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction for Students with LD Advanced Programming for Students with EBD Advanced Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction for Students with EBD Advanced Programming for Students with IDD Advanced Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction for Students with IDD Assessment of Students who are Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Developing Literate Students, K-12 Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Culminating Teaching Experience Aspects of Mathematics Learning Reading & Writing in the Math Content Area Young Children with Exceptionalities (Birth to Age 8) Assessment of Young Children in ECE & ECE SPED (Birth to Age 8) Collaboration, Consultation & Teaming Behavior Interventions in EC/ECSPED

20341 20342 20345 20346 20350 20353 20354 20355 20358 20359 20361 20364 20366 20367 20368 20369 20371 20375 20372 20376 20377 20379 20380 20382 20384 20385 20387 20388 20390 20391 20392 20394 20395 20396 20397 20398 20400 20401 20402

4 4 4 4 2 4 6 6 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 4

FIELD-BASED COURSES

P P P P P P P

EDU 702 EDU 703 EDU 704 EDU 705 EDU 706 EDU 707 EDU 711 EDU 711A EDU 712 EDU 713 EDU 720 EDU 729 EDU 730 EDU 730A EDU 731 EDU 732 EDU 733 EDU 734 EDU 736 EDU 738 EDU 739 EDU 740 EDU 741 EDU 742 EDU 743 EDU 745 EDU 746 EDU 748 EDU 750 EDU 750 EDU 750 EDU 750 EDU 750 EDU 750 EDU 750 EDU 752 EDU 753 EDU 761 EDU 763 EDU 766 EDU 768

Instructional Methods, Strategies and Technologies to Meet the Needs of All Students 20339

COST DELIVERY

$1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,140 $570 $1,140 $1,710 $1,710 $1,390 $1,390 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,390 $1,140 $1,390 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,390 $1,390 $1,140 $1,140 $1,140 $1,390

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STUDENT RESOURCES

! e p r l e e H H e o r ’ T We Returning to or beginning a college education is an exciting endeavor. Adding classes, reading, research and writing to what may already be a busy life can present some interesting challenges. Developing efficient study habits and skills is essential to your success as a student. Granite State College is committed to seeing you achieve that success. Your Academic Coach is available to assist you with course planning.

Call us toll free at 1.855.GSC4ALL (1.855.472.4255)

Student Success Resource Centers at each campus have online computer access, books, study sheets, workshops, computer tutorials, and much more. In addition to new student orientations, Your student success team is available to assist you with course planning and academic support.

College Catalog & Curriculum Maps In addition to resources available from your student success team at the campus, the college catalog contains helpful information such as course descriptions, prerequisites restrictions and policy information. Curriculum Maps for student planning and course sequencing in each of our degree programs are available on the College’s web site. These include program outcomes and a list of courses required for each degree, and provide a helpful overview of program requirements and learning progression. If you began your degree program prior to the Fall 2013 term, you may locate your curriculum map online at my.granite.edu. All other students can locate their curriculum map on granite.edu. Questions can be directed your academic coach or the Student Information Center.

SMARTHINKING, an Online Tutoring Service SMARTHINKING provides web-based tutoring and is available to you when you are enrolled in any course at GSC. This service is provided at no cost to you and supplements our existing student support services by offering you online tutoring and homework help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can log into SMARTHINKING by signing into your MyGranite account and clicking on the SMARTHINKING icon in the student announcement area.

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Library Services The Granite State College Library and Research Commons (LRC) staff provides students with a full complement of services to meet their research needs. Because we recognize that our students have multiple priorities, library services are available by e-mail and phone during the day and evening hours, and during most holidays. The College Librarian is available to help you with a strategy for finding the resources you need, walk you through the research process, consult with you on citing sources, and advise you on how to use other academic libraries. A research help link as well as direct access to the library is embedded in every online class. The GSC Discovery Service is your gateway to our electronic library collection. With over 25 research databases, and 100K e-books tailored to support the curriculum. Granite State College is a member of the New Hampshire College and University Council (NHCUC). As a GSC student you also have access to the collections of other NHCUC libraries. With your college ID you may check out resources and use the electronic databases available at member libraries. Please note, you may use the resources at the Dartmouth College Libraries, but you do not have borrowing privileges. Library services include support of faculty in developing research assignments, introductory library use tutorials, and workshops on specific resources, and integrating library resources into class assignments. For more information concerning library services, please contact the College Librarian at gsc.library@granite.edu, or phone 603-728-8140.

MyGranite MyGranite is your pathway to online resources at Granite State College. Visit us online at my.granite.edu • Information on faculty teaching in upcoming term • WebROCK: Grades, Financial Aid information, e-payments, online registration, online transcript requests, degree audit and enrollment verifications • eLearning+: a suite of online learning tools, including access to online, hybrid and blended courses • Degree Planning Tools: Curriculum Maps for scheduling completion of your program. • Library services • Important college announcements • Links to other online resources for success • Granite State College student email account

Student IDs GSC picture IDs are available for all students at the Student Orientation held every term. Current students may contact their campus to schedule a time to obtain their ID.


STUDENT RESOURCES Accuplacer

CLEP and DSST Testing

Accuplacer, a Computerized Placement Test, is one option used to determine placement for those registering for CRIT 500, MATH 502 and selected management courses. This assessment tool is divided into four sections: reading comprehension, sentence skills, arithmetic and algebra. Campuses typically offer Accuplacer preparation workshops.

Exams are efficient! 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. Computer-based CLEP (College Level Examination Program) and DSST exams are offered at the four regional campuses. For additional information on fees and specific test dates visit my.granite.edu and click under orientation.

Call your local campus for workshop dates, more information about Accuplacer, exceptions, and Accuplacer as a course prerequisite. You can also prepare for the Accuplacer exam by visiting my.granite.edu and clicking on the “Quick Link to GSC Web Resources” arrow.

PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT at Granite State College Flexible

• Prior learning assessment can be used to meet general education requirements, courses in the major, courses in the minor, or general electives. • Prior learning credit can be awarded as a block or as individual course equivalencies. • You can choose among several options for demonstrating college-level learning acquired from many types of life experiences, including workplace training, on-the-job learning, volunteer training, or self-study: 1. Workplace & military training evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE) or the New York Board of Regents’ National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS), formerly NPONSI. 2. Training evaluated by GSC.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Certification or License from Professional Credentialing Body. Standardized Testing (CLEP/DSST/Excelsior). Competency-based Training Portfolio. Experiential Learning Portfolio.

• If your learning doesn’t exactly fit the current available options for requesting credit, an individualized option can be developed for you.

Affordable

• Standardized testing fees are low:

• CLEP Test ($80.00 + GSC registration fee of $25.00) • DSST Test ($80.00 + GSC registration fee of $30.00)

• For up to one year after your admission to Granite State College, a flat fee of $275 covers the submission and evaluation of multiple credit requests.

Rewarding

• Prior learning assessment focuses on identifying and demonstrating your strengths. • Prior learning assessment provides an opportunity for reflective learning. • Prior learning assessment integrates prior learning with the courses you will take with GSC, resulting in a very rich academic experience.

QUESTIONS?

Please contact Liz Gauffreau, Lecturer & Director of Individualized Learning at liz.gauffreau@granite.edu 17


FINANCIAL AID Payment for all classes must be made or financial clearance 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.

DUE DATE for Financial Clearance December 27, 2013 Tuition payments or documented payment arrangement, (Including Financial Aid) are due for the Spring Term. If you have not met conditions for financial clearance, contact the student accounts office for financing options. 603.513.1330 • 888.228.3000, ext. 330 student.accounts@granite.edu

Financial Clearance

Students are considered financially cleared 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, or

5. The FAFSA and all required documents are received by the Office of Financial Aid, loans in process and provisional clearance 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. Contact the Office of Financial Aid if you have any questions at financial.aid@granite.edu or call 603.513.1392, or 888.228.3000, ext. 392

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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) 2 weeks before payment due date, be admitted to an eligible program, and be attending at least half-time (4 credits per term) in order to receive aid. Granite State College provides online resources, information, and disclosures to assist students seeking financial assistance at http://granite.edu/finaid.php. Please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Financial Aid if you have any questions at financial.aid@granite.edu or call 603.513.1392, or 888.228.3000, ext. 392. We are here to help!

Financial Policies & Procedures Monthly Payment Option Granite State College offers a monthly payment option at a nominal cost. This interest-free plan allows you to make payments in monthly installments for a single term or multiple terms within the same academic year. For further information, please contact the Student Accounts Office at 603.513.1330 or Tuition Management Systems at 800.356.8329 or afford.com/granite.

Refund and Withdrawal Policies You may drop a course during its add/drop period by logging on to WebROCK, calling or emailing your campus or the Registrar’s Office. You may also complete a Course Add/Drop form at my.granite.edu/resources/library/CourseAddDropForm.pdf and 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. For Summer after the 1st week. • 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 & withdraw. • Weekend courses/courses beginning after the first week of classes: visit my.granite.edu

Note For Financial Aid Students 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 required to receive federal aid. If you are (1) withdrawing from all your coursework in a term; and (2) planning to return for late start coursework in the same term; and (3) the official drop date for the late start coursework has not passed; you are required to provide the Office of Financial Aid with written confirmation of your intent to return during the current term to avoid a withdrawal calculation. Written confirmation

may be provided on the Withdrawal Form or by emailing financial.aid@granite.edu at the time of withdrawal.

Advanced Funds for Federal Pell Recipients to Obtain Books and Supplies Eligible Federal Pell recipients may have funds paid to their accounts ten days prior to the term start to cover the average cost for books and supplies if there is a credit balance on their account after direct charges have been paid. Students are responsible for repayment of these 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. Students who have a previous account balance are not eligible for Advanced Funds. To be eligible a student must be registered for classes at the time the advanced pell process runs 10 days prior to term start.


UNDERGRADUATE & POST-BACCALAUREATE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS How to Register

Tuition and Fees

1. For each course you wish to take, check prerequisites to ensure

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

you have completed all of them. Please note some courses require a pre-registration skills assessment.

2. New students registering for the first time please complete the registration form on the next page and fax, mail, or drop it off at your nearest campus. Students can also call the GSC Student Information Center to register for any courses at 1.855.GSC4ALL. Current students can register online at my.granite.edu/WebROCK.

Tuition costs for Granite State College are as follows: $285 per credit hour** $570 per two credit course $855 per three credit course $1,140 per four credit course $285 per credit hour for learning contracts **Tuition for out-of-state residents, as defined by USNH Residency Rules, is $305 per credit.

Registration Fee: $35 Academic Services Fee: $40 (for four or more credits) Field-Based Mentoring Fee: $250 ***

3. Calculate the tuition and fees (check the course listings for any

materials fees). You may pay for your course charges online or by phone (1.888.228.3000, ext. 330) by December 27, 2013. (Cash will not be accepted.) You may also pay by mailing a check or money order to:

*** Any field-based courses that require oversight of a GSC Mentor will have an additional fee assessed. Some courses have materials or other fees (see individual course listings).

Student Accounts Granite State College 25 Hall Street Concord, NH 03301

If a third party such as an employer or outside agency has agreed to pay all or part of your course charges, you must provide a written billing authorization to the Student Accounts Office. The billing authorization must be on official letterhead and include the billable amount. No extensions or deferments will be granted if you will be reimbursed for courses after the completion of a term.

4. Your registration is confirmed and you are officially registered when

all tuition and fees are either paid in full, or when you have received financial clearance. 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 only if the course for which you are registered is cancelled or is at its enrollment capacity.

5. Students are responsible for purchasing text books 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 at:

Students must be officially registered in a course in order to attend. Credit is only granted for courses in which you are registered and have completed. 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. 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 background or prerequisites.

Adding Courses

Students may register for a 12 or 6-week Winter course during the official add/drop period by logging on to WebROCK, or by contacting their campus, the Registrar’s Office, or the Student Information Center. For courses that do not follow the 12 or 6-week schedule, specific ADD/DROP dates are posted on my.granite.edu.

Register by Friday, December 13th

at 9 am for a chance to win

my.granite.edu Support Services Bookstore To order go online or call 800.325.3252 Fax: 800.499.0143

A FREE TEXTBOOK* *All students who register before 9 am on Friday, December 13th will automatically be entered into a drawing for a free textbook. Undergraduate registrations only.

Winter 2014 Add/Drop Schedule 1ST 6-WEEK COURSES

12-WEEK COURSES Dates 10/1-1/17 1/18-2/21 After 2/21

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

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

Dates 10/1-1/14 1/15-1/28 After 1/28

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

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

Dates 10/1-2/25 2/26-3/11 After 3/11

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

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

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Granite State College Undergraduate and Post-Baccalaureate Registration Form Today’s Date:

Month

)

Date

Year

)

City/Town

State

)

Zip Code

Middle Name (required)

Work/Daytime Phone (

Other Names Used Within the University System

Cell Phone (

First Name

Male

2. Are you Hispanic/Latino? Yes

Course Dept

Course Number

KSC

PSU

Credit Course Title

Master’s

None None

What institution(s) Other

A FREE TEXTBOOK*

at 9 am for a chance to win

Register by Friday, December 13th

35.00**

Course Charge

For 4 or more credits. ** Please note: Course charges, fees and regulations are subject to approval by the USNH Board of Trustees and change without prior notice.

*

*All students who register before 9 am on Friday, December 13th will automatically be entered into a drawing for a free textbook. Undergraduate registrations only.

Number of Credits

Registration Fee

Location

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander

Course Reference Number

Doctorate

Other

American Indian or Alaska Native

Bachelor’s

Asian

No

Academic Services Fee* 40.00** How are you planning to pay? Totals Paying in full today or by the posted due date for the term (see payment options below) Financial aid—Check the status of your Financial Aid on WebROCK Other Third Party Source (VA, VocRehab, Employer, Scholarship) Documentation will be received by the due date for the term. National Guard (NG Waiver, Army Tuition Assistance, POST 9/11 GI Bill). Other (Alternative Loan, Private Loan, Tuition Management Systems Payment Plan, USNH Tuition Waiver) Payment Options: E-Pay through your secure WebROCK account • Call 1.888.228.3000, ext. 330 • Mail payment to Granite State College, Student Accounts Office, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301

Student’s Signature

Office Use

5. What degree(s) do you hold? Associate

UNH

Black or African American

4. Degree Candidate: GSC

White

3. Please indicate your race by selecting one or more of the following:

1. Are you: Female

The following information is used for statistical purposes only. Your responses are optional.

No I have received information on the USNH “Residency Rules.” Yes Link to information on residency rules: http://usnholpm.unh.edu/BOT/IV.Fin/F.htm No I verify that I have been a New Hampshire resident for at least twelve consecutive months for purposes other than my education. Yes No Are you a U.S. Citizen? Yes If you have a documented disability which requires special services, please notify us.

Mailing Address

Date of Birth (required)

Home Telephone (

Email Address

Full Legal Name (required) Last Name

(Your SSN is required by federal law and is held in strictest confidence.)

Campus/Advisor New Student Provide Your GSC Student ID If this is your first registration for credit-bearing courses at GSC, provide your Social Security Number.

Please complete this top section in its entirety. PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY.

Notes: (for office use only)

INSTRUCTIONS: (1) COMPLETE all items. (2) FILL in and TOTAL all charges due. (3) SIGN this form at the bottom. (4) Call 228-3000, fax completed form to 603.513.1386 or mail to Office of the Registrar, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301

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GRADUATE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS How to Register

Tuition and Fees

1. For each course you wish to take, check prerequisites to ensure

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

2. New students registering for the first time please complete

Tuition costs for Granite State College are as follows: $495 per credit hour** $1485 per three credit course

you have completed all of them.

the registration form on the next page and fax, mail, or drop it off at your nearest campus. Students can also call the GSC Student Information Center to register for any courses at 1.855.GSC4ALL. Current students can register online at my.granite.edu/WebROCK.

3. Calculate the tuition and fees (check the course listings for any

materials fees). You may pay for your course charges online or by phone (1.888.228.3000, ext. 330) by December 27, 2013. (Cash will not be accepted.) You may also pay by mailing a check or money order to:

Student Accounts Granite State College 25 Hall Street Concord, NH 03301

If a third party such as an employer or outside agency has agreed to pay all or part of your course charges, you must provide a written billing authorization to the Student Accounts Office. The billing authorization must be on official letterhead and include the billable amount. No extensions or deferments will be granted if you will be reimbursed for courses after the completion of a term.

4. Your registration is confirmed and you are officially registered when

all tuition and fees are either paid in full, or when you have received financial clearance. 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 only if the course for which you are registered is cancelled or is at its enrollment capacity.

**Tuition for out-of-state residents, as defined by USNH Residency Rules, is $515 per credit. Some courses have materials or other fees (see individual course listings). Students must be officially registered in a course in order to attend. Credit is only granted for courses in which you are registered and have completed. 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. 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 background or prerequisites.

Adding Courses

Students may register for a 12 or 6-week Winter course during the official add/drop period by logging on to WebROCK, or by contacting a campus, the Registrar’s Office, or the Student Information Center. For courses that do not follow the 12 or 6-week schedule, specific ADD/DROP dates are posted on my.granite.edu.

5. Students are responsible for purchasing text books 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 at:

my.granite.edu Support Services Bookstore To order go online or call 800.325.3252 Fax: 800.499.0143

Winter 2014 Add/Drop Schedule 1ST 6-WEEK COURSES

12-WEEK COURSES Dates 10/1-1/17 1/18-2/21 After 2/21

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

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

Dates 10/1-1/14 1/15-1/28 After 1/28

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

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

Dates 10/1-2/25 2/26-3/11 After 3/11

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

Tuition Refund 100% 0% 0%

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Granite State College Graduate Registration Form INSTRUCTIONS: (1) COMPLETE all items. (2) FILL in and TOTAL all charges due. (3) SIGN this form at the bottom. (4) FAX to 603.513.1386 or MAIL to Admission’s Office, Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord NH 03301

Please complete this top section in its entirety. PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY. Have you been admitted into a Graduate Studies program at GSC? Yes No Is this your first course at GSC?

Yes

Program

No

Provide your GSC Student ID If this is the first registration for credit-bearing courses at GSC, provide your Social Security Number. (Your SSN is required by federal law and is held in strictest confidence.) Full Legal Name (required) Last Name

First Name

Middle Name (required)

Email Address Home Telephone ( Date of Birth (required)

) Month

Cell Phone ( Date

Year

)

Work/Daytime Phone (

)

Other Names Used Within the University System (at UNH, PSU, KSC or GSC)

Mailing Address

City/Town

State

Zip

I have received information on the Residency Rules. Yes No Link to information on residency rules: http://usnholpm.unh.edu/BOT/IV.Fin/F.htm I verify that I have been a New Hampshire resident for at least twelve consecutive months for purposes other than my education. Yes No Are you a U.S. Citizen? Yes No If you have a documented disability which requires special services, please notify us. What degree(s) do you hold? Bachelor’s Degree from

Master’s Degree from

Doctorate from Course Registration Office Use

Course Dept.

Course Number

Credit Course Title

Course Reference Number

Location

Number of Credits

Course Charge

Total

The following information is used for statistical purposes only. Your responses are optional. 1. Are you:

Female

Male

2. Are you Hispanic/Latino?

Yes

** Please note: Course charges and regulations are subject to approval by the USNH Board of Trustees and change without prior notice.

No

3. Please indicate your race by selecting one or more of the following: White

Black or African American

Asian

American Indian or Alaska Native

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander

Student’s Signature I certify that the information on this registration form is true. Please register me for the courses listed above. How are you planning to pay? Paying in full today or by the posted due date for the term (see payment options below) Financial Aid - Check the status of your Financial Aid on WebROCK Other Third Party Source (VocRehab, Employer, Scholarship) Documentation will be received by the due date for the term Military (VA, Army Tuition Assistance, POST 9/11 GI Bill) Other (Tuition Management System Payment Plan, USNH Tuition Waiver, Alternative Loan, Private Loan) Payment Options: E-Pay through your secure WebROCK account • Call 1.888.228.3000, ext. 330 Mail payment to Granite State College, Student Accounts Office, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301 Notes: (for office use only)

Date


Online

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20287 20220 20221

Manchester Online Online

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Claremont Online Rochester

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ENGLISH ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 500 ENG 504 ENG 505 ENG 508 ENG 513 ENG 555 ENG 600 ENG 600 ENG 600 ENG 601 ENG 604 ENG 620 ENG 620 ENG 625 ENG 625

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HISTORY HIS 502 HIS 511 HIS 602 HIS 611 HIS 618 HIS 627 HIS 627

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Articulation and Phonological Disorders Clinical Practicum IV Learning Workplace Instructional Design and Interactive Learning

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INTERDISCIPLINARY & APPLIED STUDIES IDIS 501 Research Methods IDIS 501 Research Methods

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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 604 Linear Algebra MATH 606 Calculus I MATH 609 Algebra Theory for Teachers

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MANAGEMENT MGMT 500 Principles of Management MGMT 511 Financial Accounting 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 555 Introduction to Fiscal Management in HC MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 566 Organizational Behavior MGMT 602 Leadership (6 week) MGMT 606 HR and Organizational Development MGMT 606 HR and Organizational Development MGMT 608 Managing Diversity MGMT 608 Managing Diversity (6 week) MGMT 612 Investment Principles MGMT 613 Financial Management MGMT 613 Financial Management MGMT 614 Planning New Business Ventures MGMT 615 Financial Modeling & Decision-Making MGMT 621 Managing Conflict MGMT 621 Managing Conflict MGMT 621 Managing Conflict MGMT 624 Managing Information Technology (6 week) MGMT 625 Legal/Ethical Issues in Business and Mgmt MGMT 625 Legal/Ethical Issues in Business and Mgmt MGMT 625 Legal/Ethical Issues in Business and Mgmt MGMT 626 Project Management Strategies MGMT 650 Integrative: Strategic Management MGMT 660 Integrative: Applied Studies in Management

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NURSING NUR 602 Evidence-Based Nursing NUR 603 Nursing Care of Populations NUR 608 Informatics and Technology in Nursing Practice

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POLITICAL SCIENCE POL 550 American Government & Politics POL 550 American Government & Politics POL 550 American Government & Politics POL 600 U.S. in World Affairs

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PSYCHOLOGY PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology PSY 501 Introduction to Psychology PSY 508 Child Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 509 Human Development PSY 603 Crisis Intervention PSY 604 Counseling Theories

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Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Nutrition Concepts and Controversies Human Biology Issues in Women’s Health Issues in Women’s Health Introduction to Astronomy Energy and the Environment Introduction to Environmental Science Introduction to Environmental Science Human Brain

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SOCIOLOGY SOC 501 Introduction to Sociology SOC 601 Society and the Individual SOC 601 Society and the Individual SOC 607 Child Abuse and Neglect

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SOCIAL SCIENCE SOSC 519 Living in a Digital Democracy SOSC 605 Stress and the Family SOSC 605 Stress and the Family SOSC 605 Stress and the Family

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GRADUATE STUDIES COMM 800 Foundations of Organizational Communication COMM 800 Foundations of Organizational Communication COMM 800 Foundations of Organizational Communication LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities LD 820 Cultivating Your Leadership Capabilities LD 821 Ethical Decision-Making LD 821 Ethical Decision-Making LD 821 Ethical Decision-Making LD 822 Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential LD 822 Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential LD 822 Maximizing Your Organization’s Potential LD 823 Emergence of a Strategic Leader LD 850 Leadership Integrative Capstone MGMT 805 Organizational Behavior MGMT 805 Organizational Behavior MGMT 824 Financial Management MGMT 825 Corporate & Social Accountability PM 800 Project Management Seminar PM 800 Project Management Seminar PM 800 Project Management Seminar PM 800 Project Management Seminar PM 800 Project Management Seminar PM 801 Project Planning and Scheduling PM 801 Project Planning and Scheduling PM 802 Risk Management PM 803 Cost & Budget Management PM 804 Leading Teams PM 804 Leading Teams PM 804 Leading Teams PM 805 Negotiation, Contracting, and Procurement PM 806 Managing Project Portfolios PM 806 Managing Project Portfolios PM 807 Project Quality Management PM 807 Project Quality Management PM 808 Project Management Integrative Capstone PM 809 Global Project Management PM 810 Change Management and Communication

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Top 10 Reasons GsC is a GReat Fit FoR

Working Moms As a working mom I don’t have much free time. My life is divided between career and family. A normal day starts early, ends late, and is typically full of dramas, deadlines, and an occasional commotion. Is it gratifying? You bet! Can it be a bit overwhelming? At times, but I’m committed to having both a fulfilling family life and a career that inspires me to be the best version of myself and an example for my kids—a goal I know that many New Hampshire moms share! For over a decade, I had an incredible and rewarding career as a journalist and was able to enjoy some unique opportunities through my work at WMUR. Today, my role as GSC’s Director of Public Affairs takes focus on helping potential students, including working mothers, find their way to GSC and strike that perfect chord between their families and building their own exciting careers.

If you aspire to having a thriving work-life balance, here are the top 10 reasons why you should consider Granite State College:

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Focused on Adult Students Granite State College is devoted to the working adult who is trying to advance their life and career. It’s been their mission since 1972 and will always be their top priority.

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Flexible Schedules Students can take courses that won’t take them away from the important things in life, like being with their families.

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The Academics The degree programs are comprehensive with classwork that will add to your professional development.

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High-Quality GSC was ranked #27 by U.S. News and World Report for best online bachelor’s degrees in the country. We are the only institution in New Hampshire to receive such an honor!

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The Faculty GSC’s instructors are active in their industries and experts in their fields. You’ll be exposed to real world practical skills with lessons that are inspired by true experiences (not just textbooks), making your learning so much more interesting.

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The Opportunities! Students can begin with an associate program and progress all the way through a bachelor’s or even a master’s degree—all at one institution.

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NINE Locations in New Hampshire and Online 24/7 Students don’t have to travel far to get to class and online learning is always available.

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It’s a Supportive Environment The staff is always eager to answer students’ questions by phone, email, or otherwise.

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Great Value for Such an Important Investment As of July 1, 2013, NH in-state tuition rates are frozen! For a two year period, you are guaranteed the same low tuition, ensuring the affordability of your education for a significant portion of your studies.

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True Balance In today’s complex world, not many people have extra time or money to invest in education. With GSC’s flexibility and affordability, many will find the opportunity they’ve been looking for so they can move their career forward, bettering themselves and their families. Tiffany Eddy NH Journalist & GSC Director of Public Affairs


CLASS OF 2013


Kim Hallett B.S. Psychology Wants to change the world

Jenn Hammond M.S. Project Management Excited to expand her career

Steven Beattie B.S. Criminal Justice Honored to be the first person in his family to graduate from college

Gina Colaluca A.A. General Studies ‘08 B.S. Behavioral Science ‘13 Has her sights set on a GSC master’s degree


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