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Are you looking for a fresh start or a new career? Have you been thinking about developing some new skills or owning your own business?

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At Marygrove College, our Career Enhancement programs are designed to fit your schedule, your budget, and your life! LEARN SOMETHING NEW Learning new skills can make a huge difference in your career, your paycheck—or even your quality of life. Marygrove College offers high quality, affordable programs to provide individuals like you with the education to ensure that whatever you want to be, we can get you there. INFORMATION FOR PARENTS Did you know that Marygrove offers programs for children? Our Kids’ College courses listed in this brochure help children learn about their world while having fun at the same time. Marygrove College also offers affordable, onsite child care, so you can focus on learning knowing that your child is nearby and being cared for in a fun, safe environment. Call (313) 927-1515 for more information. ADDITIONAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES Just as our Career Enhancement classes put you on a career track, Marygrove, a fully accredited college, also grants bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of majors. So if you think you’re ready for the next step, give us a call at (313) 927-1240 (undergraduate), (313) 927-1513 (graduate) or go to marygrove.edu. HOW TO REGISTER Registration is easy! You can register by mail, phone, in person or online. See page 26 for details. You can also read more about our Career Enhancement programs at: marygrove.edu/continuingeducation.

Marygrove College Assessment/Learning Resource Center

Marygrove College GED Testing Service An official site for GED tests A Michigan Works! affiliate (GED testing is conducted ONLY at the address below) Also Available ACE Personal Training Certificate Testing PCAT Pharmacy School Entrance Examination TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) Career interest and aptitude inventories (CareerScope, CASAS) Work Keys and other work value testing

Learning Resource Center 707 W. Milwaukee Street Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: (313) 876-0621 Fax: (313) 664-5580 Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Extended hours & Saturdays available

Important Notice for Anyone Who is Unemployed!

No Worker Left Behind Many of Marygrove College’s undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs are eligible for No Worker Left Behind (NWLB) funding. NWLB is a joint program by the Federal government and the State of Michigan to help dislocated workers (unemployed) retrain for high demand careers. To find out if your classes could be paid for by NWLB, check with your local Michigan Works! agency, or visit www.michigan.gov/nwlb. For more information about NWLB at Marygrove, call (313) 927-1417.


Table of Contents CONTINUING EDUCATION ALLIED HEALTH ..................................................................................................................................................... 4 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN...................................................................................................................................... 7 NEW ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMs ........................................................................................................................ 8

BUsINEss/PROFEssIONAL ENHANCEMENT ........................................................................................................ 9 COMPUTER skILLs ................................................................................................................................................ 11 PROFEssIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERs ................................................................................................ 12 URBAN LEADERsHIP ............................................................................................................................................ 15 NONCREDIT ONLINE COURsEs ............................................................................................................................ 16 ACADEMIC/PERsONAL DEVELOPMENT ............................................................................................................... 17 kIDs’ COLLEGE ..................................................................................................................................................... 18 sCHOOL sUCCEss .......................................................................................................................... 18 LITERACY ......................................................................................................................................... 18 MATH ............................................................................................................................................... 19 HIGH sCHOOL AND COLLEGE READINEss .................................................................................... 19

INsTITUTE OF MUsIC & DANCE kIDs’ PROGRAMs.................................................................................................................................................. 21 ART .................................................................................................................................................. 21 DRAMA ............................................................................................................................................ 21 DANCE ............................................................................................................................................ 21 MUsIC.............................................................................................................................................. 22 ADULT PROGRAMs ............................................................................................................................................... 23 ART .................................................................................................................................................. 23 DANCE ............................................................................................................................................ 24 DRAMA ............................................................................................................................................ 25 MUsIC.............................................................................................................................................. 25 REGIsTRATION INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 26

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Please Note: All textbooks for continuing education courses are available in the Marygrove College Bookstore. Please purchase them before the first class. Not all classes require textbooks—check with the Bookstore. Room locations for all classes will be posted at the Enrollment Center the day class starts. Marygrove College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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Allied HeAlTH

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INTERESTED IN PURSUING A CAREER IN HEALTH CARE? As the health care industry expands because of technological advances in medicine and the growth and aging of the population, there will be an increased need for all health care workers. Health care support careers, like those listed below, are expected to grow by 24.7% in Michigan through 2014.* Marygrove College has a long history of respected programs in Allied Health education.

Attend One of Our Allied Health Open Houses! Wednesday, December 8 • 6:30-8:00 p.m. • Denk Chapman Hall Saturday, December 11 • 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. • Denk Chapman Hall Contact Phil Krauss at (313) 927-1417 or pkrauss@marygrove.edu

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MD 110 Introduction to Medical Billing Coding (3 CEUs) s. Hayes MEDICAL BILLING Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Forms, Forms, Forms! (Medical Secretary) Learn to make sense of PCP4’s, ICD9’s and HCPCS coding systems Average Wage in Michigan: as applied to the Michigan insurance forms. You’ll be a valued $14.51 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: member of the medical team as you begin your studies to become a 11% increase in jobs through medical biller. There is a $35 resource material usage fee collected at 2018 (250 new jobs per year)* registration. Saturday .................... 9 a.m. – Noon .................................$415 Sept. 25 – Dec. 4 .....................10 weeks MD 123 Medical Insurance Billing: Claim Forms (3 CEUs) s. Hayes Prerequisite: MD 110 or experience. Continue learning current practices and procedures for completing insurance forms for Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicaid, Medicare, hospitals and dental offices using form UB92. Course will include practice on actual forms and materials that are being used in the State of Michigan. Tuesday...................... 6 – 9 p.m. ........................................$415 Sept. 28 – Nov. 30 ...................10 weeks MD 108 specialized/Computerized Medical Insurance Billing (3.6 CEUs) s. Hayes Prerequisite: MD 110/123. Learn the computerized approach to medical billing. Students must have some claims form experience to benefit from this class. Continue learning practices and procedures for completing hospital, dental and commercial claim forms. Class is taught using up-to-date software utilized by hospitals and doctors’ offices. Thursday .................... 6 – 9 p.m. ........................................$485 Sept. 23 – Dec. 16 ...................12 weeks *All data in the Allied Health section is from the 2010 edition of the Occupational Outlook Guide published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth, Bureau of Labor Market Information.

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MD 111 Basic EkG (3 CEUs) Z. Roberts Prerequisite: GED or High School Diploma. This course is designed for non-medical individuals and those currently in the medical field who take EKGs but don’t know how to interpret them, work in telemetry CCU or are looking for a new career. Subjects covered include cardiac anatomy and physiology, circulatory system, instrumentation, Einthoven’s triangle, axis, procedures, measurements, and arrhythmias. Tuesday...................... 6 – 9 p.m. ........................................$395 Sept. 28 – Nov. 30 ...................10 weeks

MD 112 Intermediate EkG (3 CEUs) Z. Roberts This course is designed for students with some experience taking EKGs, who have completed MD 111 or who have had cardiac anatomy and physiology. Subjects covered include: a quick review of cardiac anatomy and physiology, Einthoven’s triangle, axis, procedures and measurements, arrhythmias, MIs, hypertrophy, and pacemakers. Stress testing and Holter monitoring will be introduced. Thursday .................... 6 – 9 p.m. ........................................$395 Sept. 30 – Dec. 9 .....................10 weeks HEALTH UNIT COORDINATOR (Medical Assistant) Average Wage in Michigan: $13.53 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 30% increase in jobs through 2018 (760 new jobs per year)*

MD 116 Health Unit Coordinator (4.8 CEUs) N. Tate Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. This intensive 12-week course includes classroom instruction in areas of medical terminology, medications, assembly of charts, maintaining records, telephone procedures, handling of physician’s orders, patient charts and records. Choose one section: Section 1: Saturday ............... 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. ....................................$525 Sept. 25 – Dec. 18 ........................12 weeks Section 2: Wednesday .......... 5 – 9 p.m. .............................................$525 Sept. 29 – Dec. 15 .......................12 weeks

MD 116C Health Unit Coordinator-Clinical Internship (2.4 CEUs) N. Tate Prerequisite: MD 116. This course follows MD 116 and provides the clinical training required to receive a certificate of completion for the Health Unit Coordinator Program. Clinical internship individually arranged with the instructor. TBA ....................... 24 hours ................................................ $255 MD 132 Phlebotomy (2.2 CEUs) J. Williams/M. Hicks/T. Walls Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Designed for both the nonmedical individual and those in the medical field desiring new skills. This course will concentrate on various methods used to draw blood from adults and children. Students will be required to perform these methods in class under supervision, prepare specimens for testing and discuss various lab tests. Medical terminology related to Phlebotomy Certification Exam information will be provided in class. There will be a $70 material fee collected at registration. Please choose one of the following sections: Section 1: Saturday ...........................................11 a.m. – 1 p.m. ......... Sept. 25 – Dec. 11 ........ 11 weeks ......$380 Section 2: Saturday ...........................................1 – 3 p.m. .................. Sept. 25 – Dec. 11 ........ 11 weeks ......$380 Section 3: Tuesday ............................................6 – 8 p.m. .................. Sept. 28 – Dec. 7 .......... 11 weeks .......$380 Section 4: Wednesday .......................................Noon – 2 p.m. ........... Sept. 29 – Dec. 8 .......... 11 weeks ......$380 PHLEBOTOMIST (Medical Assistant – Clinical) Average Wage in Michigan: $13.53 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 30% increase in jobs through 2018 (760 new jobs per year)*

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EKG (Cardiovascular Technician) Average Wage in Michigan: $23.22 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 23% increase in jobs through 2018 (90 new jobs per year)*


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MD 206 Advanced Phlebotomy (2 CEUs) R. Ciszewski Prerequisite: MD 132. Designed to cover advanced concepts in perfecting blood drawing techniques. Students who successfully complete this course may be considered as candidates for laboratory externship training. There will be a $40 material fee collected at registration. No refund after the first class session. Monday ..................... 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. ....................................$285 Sept. 27 – Nov. 29 .........................10 weeks MD 208 Certification Preparation in Phlebotomy (2 CEUs) R. Ciszewski Prerequisite: MD 206. A comprehensive overview designed for students preparing to take a national certification exam. Includes anatomy and physiology, infection control, safety, collection techniques and complications and overview of the health care setting. There will be a $25 material fee collected at registration. Thursday .................... 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. ....................................$350 Sept. 30 – Dec. 9 ...........................10 weeks MD 210 Managing Diabetes (1.4 CEUs) P. Buford This course will cover essential information about avoiding and managing diabetes for professionals who work with at risk and affected populations and those individuals who may be facing this fast growing disease themselves. Discussions about prevention, causes, treatments and lifestyle decisions will drive this informative, fun and supportive class. Tuesday...................... 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. .................................... $210 Sept. 28 – Nov. 9 ............................. 7 weeks PR 213 CPR and First Aid (.4 CEUs) W. Pugh For all students interested in accident prevention and in the development of the knowledge and skills essential for the immediate care of the suddenly ill or injured. The class consists of readings, lectures and practical work. Certificates for standard first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillator (AED), and emergency cardiovascular care (ECC) are awarded upon successful completion of the requirements for each. Choose one section: Section 1: Friday………..10 a.m. – 2 p.m. ..................................Oct. 1 ......................................................................$65 Section 2: Friday………..10 a.m. – 2 p.m……… ........................Oct. 2 ......................................................................$65 Section 3: Saturday…… 10 a.m. – 2 p.m ..................................Nov. 13 ....................................................................$65 Section 4: Saturday…… 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. .................................Dec. 11 ....................................................................$65 OL Become a Physical Therapy Aide H. Trimble Prepare for a rewarding career as a valued member of the physical therapy team while learning all about the human body, specific disorders, and the way physical therapists treat these disorders. Includes detailed study terminology, therapeutic exercise, avoiding infection, various treatment agents, body mechanics and the vestibular system. ONLINE COURSE (visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove) ..................................................$99 New section begins every month ...........................................................................6 weeks

ADDITIONAL NEW ALLIED HEALTH COURSES SEE PAGE 8

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Then Marygrove College is the place for you! Our BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH SCIENCE degree can help you focus your interests on a particular field or health care career. Graduates will prepare for the health care workplace, additional career-specific training, or pursue a graduate or doctorial degree. Marygrove’s BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH SCIENCE (BSHS) degree contains all of the prerequisites for Oakland University’s Accelerated Second-Degree Bachelor in Science Nursing (BSN) program. Students who successfully complete the health science degree at Marygrove are guaranteed placement into Oakland University’s one-year, accelerated BSN program. These students will graduate with two degrees, Marygrove’s BSHS and Oakland’s BSN.

If you have a passion for science and helping others, our Bachelor of science in Health science could be for you! For more information, contact Undergraduate Admissions at (866) 313-1927 or visit marygrove.edu.

Are you looking for a health career program that leads to both a certificate AND a bachelor’s degree? Consider Marygrove College’s: PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM PHARMACy TECHNICIAN Average Wage in Michigan: $13.49 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 27% increase in jobs through 2018 (600 new jobs per year)*

This one year, credit certificate prepares students to become Pharmacy Technicians. The program is a three consecutive semester program that begins in September. (For information about starting in January, contact Phil Krauss at the number below). Students who complete the program and pass the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam will be qualified to work in pharmacies across Michigan and the country as licensed Pharmacy Technicians.

Classes are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings and are fully transferrable to Marygrove’s Bachelor of Science in Health Science degree (upon successful completion of the program). Because the program is for credit, federal and state financial aid is available. If you are unemployed, the Pharmacy Technician program qualifies for No Worker Left Behind funding as well. For more information or to find out if you qualify, contact Phil Krauss, Program Coordinator, at (313)-927-1417 or pkrauss@marygrove.edu.

Fall classes begin september 8, 2010. space is limited—CALL NOW! If you plan to start school in January and want to learn about Marygrove’s Pharmacy Technician Program—

Attend our information night! Thursday, October 28 • 6:30-8 p.m. • Denk Chapman Hall Current and former students, faculty and financial aid administrators will answer your questions. Contact Phil krauss at (313) 927-1417 or pkrauss@marygrove.edu

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Have you ever considered getting a bachelor’s degree in the health care field? Maybe you’d like to become a nurse or a pharmacist? Thinking about medical school someday?


NEW FOR FALL 2010 Professional Development Programs in Behavioral Health Care New for fall, Marygrove College now offers professional continuing education courses for addiction counselors and behavioral healthcare professionals seeking:

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• Recertification • Preparation for Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC-R) Classes are affordable and convenient. Counseling careers are expected to grow by 9% in Michigan until 2016.* For more information, call Diane McMillan at (313) 927-1486. MD 126 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (3 contact hours/0.3 CEUs) C. Buckley Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Tuition includes all course material. Saturday ......................9 a.m. – Noon........................................ $69 Sept. 25 .............................................. 1 day MD 127 Communicable Diseases (6 contact hours/0.6 CEUs) L. Buckley Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Tuition includes all course material. Saturday .................. 9 a.m. – Noon ....................................... $99 Oct. 2, 9 ........................................... 2 weeks MD 128 Professional, Legal and Ethical Responsibility (12 contact hours/1.2 CEUs) D. McMillan Prerequisite: GED or high school diploma. Tuition includes all course material. Saturday .................... 9 a.m. – Noon ....................................... $129 Oct. 16, 23, 30; Nov. 6..................... 4 weeks

Register for all three and get a 20% discount—$239 total!

Online Allied Health Certificates

Affordable, online professional certificates in the growing Allied Health fields are now available! Contact the Continuing Education office at (313) 927-1230 for more information and prices (or visit the Liberal Arts building, room 117 on campus). NEW PROGRAMs INCLUDE: Administrative Dental Assistant Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Preparation Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer

DENTAL ASSISTANT Average Wage in Michigan: $16.33 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 20% increase in jobs through 2018 (370 new jobs per year)*

Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative HIPAA Compliance (4 user licenses) ICD-10 Medical Coding: Preparation and Instruction for Implementation Medical Transcription Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness and Sport Personal Fitness Trainer Personal Training and Group Exercise Training for Older Adults Veterinary Assistant

PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER Average Wage in Michigan: $9.71 per hour in 2009 Job Outlook in Michigan: 16% increase in jobs through 2018 (270 new jobs per year)*

Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness

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BUSINESS/ProfessionAl enHAnCemenT PR 104 Overcoming Barriers to self-Employment seminar (.4 CEUs) G. kaake Are you unemployed? Hate your job? Is the boss getting on your nerves? Do you have an idea that you know will make money? Maybe you’re just looking for a little extra income? Then now is the time to become self-employed! This course will introduce you to business plans, home businesses, start-up financing, even registering your business with the government. Learn how to overcome your fears and develop an entrepreneurial attitude. You can have a part of the “American Dream.” Choose one section: Section 1: Wednesday, Thursday ......................6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ……………..………..…. .................................... $140 Oct. 6 and 7 .............................................................................. 2 days Section 2: Saturday ...........................................10 a.m. - 2 p.m. ........................................................................... $140 Nov. 6 ..........................................................................................1 day

NEW! PR 211 Poetry Publishing and Marketing Workshop (.4 CEUs) M. Uddin Turn your poems into cash! Learn how to prepare your poems for publication as greeting cards, posters, in poetry anthologies, even your own book of poetry. Journals, magazines and organizers of speaking events are looking for your poetry. Learn how to market your poetry on the Web and with publishers in this fast paced workshop. The workshop is lead by an award-winning, published poet. Seating is limited. Monday ..................... 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. ................................... $99 Oct. 4; Oct. 11 .............................. 2 weeks PR 100 Becoming a Leader, Beyond Being in Charge (1.2 CEUs) C. Mckenzie This is the first class of a two-part certificate program that will help you identify and develop the skills that will enable you to succeed as a leader in any environment. You will learn that becoming a leader is a growth process which can be enjoyable and profitable. Receive practical training, develop effective speaking skills and master the use of soft-skills. The class will study and discuss from the number one best seller, From Good to Great. In addition to training through a fellowship with the Michigan Political Leadership Program, the instructor will draw upon years of experience as a leader in Toastmaster’s International, other non-profit organizations, and political campaigns and appointments. Wednesday ................ 6 – 7:30 p.m. ...................................... $150 Sept. 29 – Nov. 17 ........................8 weeks PR 205 Grant Writing Workshop (1.5 CEUs) D. Hurt This workshop provides participants with the skills to complete an entire proposal. First, learn how to prepare a proposal. Second, learn how to research funding sources and agencies. Last, learn to write a “mock” proposal. Please choose one of the following sections: Section 1: Wednesday. ......................................6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ......... Sept. 29 – Nov. 17 ........ 8 weeks ............ $270 Section 2: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday........10 a.m. – 3 p.m. ......... Sept. 28 – 30 ................. 3 days .............. $270 Section 3: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday........10 a.m. – 3 p.m. ......... Oct. 26 – 28 ................. 3 days .............. $270

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PR 208 Professional Communications (1.2 CEUs) M. Brogdon Success in business and life is based, in large part, on how well you are able to communicate with others; therefore, effective communications skills are a must! This course is designed to help you improve your personal and professional outlook by providing you with communication skills that you can begin to use immediately. The course will also include a look at the different communication styles; provide an understanding of how different businesses and organizations communicate; as well as how to effectively present your thoughts and ideas. Join us for lively classroom discussions, case studies and readings. Wednesday………..…6:30 – 8 p.m. ...................................$120 Sept. 29 – Nov. 17….… .............8 weeks PR 210 Write-Publish-sell Your Book (1.2 CEUs) M. Uddin This class is for serious writers ready to become published authors. Bring your manuscript, notebook, and book outlines to first class. Learn all phases of manuscript format, editor requirements, book marketing, promotion, and Internet presence. What’s a query letter or a book proposal? Find out in the class! Seating is limited. Wednesday………… . 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ……………. ..........$210 Oct. 6 – Nov. 10………... ...........6 weeks OL Real Estate Investing J. Fuhrer News stories about the soft real estate market might scare away some novice investors. Experienced investors, however, recognize weak markets as opportunities to pick up bargains. When there are more sellers than buyers, your chances of getting a good deal go way up. In fact, many investors make more money in a down market than in a strong one. In many areas, now is the time to buy before prices start climbing again. In this course, you’ll learn how to make money in any area, in good times and bad, even if you have little money to start with. ONLINE COURSE (visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove) ............................................$99 New section begins every month .....................................................................6 weeks OL Debt Elimination Techniques that Work C. Power This course will teach you a specific and workable strategy that will get you out of all debt – including your mortgage – in the shortest possible time. ONLINE COURSE (visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove) ............................................$99 New section begins every month .....................................................................6 weeks OL Creating Web Pages C. Power Create and post your very own Web site on the Internet in this extensive, hands-on, six-week workshop. First, you’ll learn about the capabilities of the World Wide Web and the fundamentals of Web design. Then, with your instructor’s patient guidance, you’ll plan the content, structure and layout of your Web site, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build links between the pages and to the outside world, and add color, backgrounds, graphics, tables, hot buttons, and animation. You’ll also learn critical and timely information on securing the best possible location in search engine listings, and powerful no-cost or low-cost Web marketing strategies. ONLINE COURSE (visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove) ............................................$99 New section begins every month .....................................................................6 weeks

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ComPuTer skills

PR 130 Computers for Beginners II (1.2 CEUs) G. Griffin This class will teach you basic Microsoft Word 2007, Excel 2007, and PowerPoint 2007 techniques including text and document formatting, spreadsheet creation, and creating new and exhilarating presentations. A review of hardware and software will be infused into the course as well. The Internet will be used on a regular basis in this class so that students will have the skills to surf the Web. Saturday .................... 10 a.m. – Noon .................................................................... $225 Nov. 6 – Dec. 18 ............................................................. 6 weeks

Marygrove Office 2007 Certification Program The new standard in productivity software Marygrove Office 2007 Certification offers highly personalized training in Microsoft Office 2007 Suite products while giving you the flexibility to select as much or as little training as you need. Because so many employers use Microsoft Office, proficiency can lead to success in your job and career. PR 131 Basic Office Certification (1 CEU) L. Brawner Thursday.................... 6 – 8 p.m.............................................................................. $225 Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 28, Nov. 11 .................................... 5 weeks PR 132 Intermediate Office Certification (1.6 CEUs) L. Brawner Thursday.................... 6 – 8 p.m.............................................................................. $300 Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 28, Nov. 4, 11, 14 .......................... 8 weeks PR 133 Advanced Office Certification (2 CEUs) L. Brawner Thursday ................... 6 – 8 p.m. ............................................................................ $400 Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 14, 11, 18 .................. 8 weeks PR 112 Word Certification

(0.8 CEUs) L. Brawner Thursday ................... 6 – 8 p.m...............................................................................$250 Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21 ..................................................4 weeks

PR 113 Excel Certification

(0.8 CEUs) L. Brawner Thursday.................... 6 – 8 p.m. ............................................................................ $250 Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 28, Nov. 4 .............................................4 weeks

PR 114 PowerPoint Certification (1 CEU) L. Brawner Thursday ................... 6 – 8 p.m. ............................................................................$250 Sept. 30, Oct. 7, Nov. 11, 4, Dec. 2 ............................... 5 weeks

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PR 129 Computers for Beginners (1.2 CEUs) G. Griffin In this course you will learn basic computer terminology and how to use the mouse and keyboard. You will identify parts of the computer and learn to perform basic Windows XP and Microsoft Word 2007 techniques. The Internet will be introduced so that students will be able to surf the Web. Saturday .................... 10 a.m. – Noon ................................................................. $225 Sept. 25 – Oct. 30 .......................................................... 6 weeks


eduCATion PROFEssIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERs These courses are intended for classroom educators who need graduate credit hours to maintain state certification. For course descriptions and/or registration, please contact the educational partners listed below the specific course listings. For general information, please contact: Donna Kerry, Program Coordinator, Professional Development for Teachers (313) 927-1276, or dkerry@marygrove.edu.

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IMPORTANT NOTE Because these are graduate level classes, you must have a bachelor’s degree and be a classroom teacher.

NEW!! TOPICS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION Hybrid, (seminar, laboratory & online) variable credit graduate courses in science for educators. Offered in partnership with the Detroit Science Center/The Detroit Children’s Museum! TUITION (Includes all materials/fees) $200 per graduate credit hour REGIsTRATION Call: (866) 903-9033 or Visit: Marygrove College, Enrollment Center Liberal Arts Bldg., Rm. 120

Forensic science and Crime scene Investigation (target grades 6-12) • 2 or 3 graduate credits August 16-18, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Location: Detroit Science Center Earth science Basics-IsC 520J (target grades k-8) • 2 graduate credits October 16; 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. plus online component Location: The Detroit Children’s Museum

ONLINE COURSES OFFERED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CANTER LAUREATE EDU506 EDU513 EDU532 EDU546 EDU549 EDU549B EDU594 EDU595 EDU620 EDU624 EDU626X EDU628X EDU636X EDU648

Improving Reading in the Content Areas Classroom Management to Promote Learning Designing Curriculum and Instruction Math: Teaching for Understanding Supporting the Struggling Reader Helping Struggling Readers (Grades 6 – 12) Learning Differences & Multiple Intelligences Building Your Repertoire of Teaching Strategies Including Students with Special Needs Introduction to Teacher Leadership Teacher Leadership for Learning & Teaching Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Students Teacher Leadership: Mentoring, Coaching, Collaborating Assessment to Improve Student Learning

EDU660 EDU661 EDU662 EDU663 EDU666 EDU667 EDU670 EDU638

How to Get Parents on Your Side Succeeding with Difficult Students Assertive Discipline and Beyond The High Performing Teacher Teaching Students to Get Along Motivating Today’s Learner Self-Directed Learners Teacher Leadership: Professional Learning Communites

PEDU525 PEDU525 PEDU525 PEDU525 PEDU525 PEDU525 PEDU525

Supporting Students with Disabilities Teaching Beginning Reading Teaching Developing Reading Effective Reading Teacher Motivating Students to Read Using Technology to Engage Diverse Learners The Adolescent Brain

> All courses are three graduate credit hours per course. > Courses cost $495 each. > Students receive course materials and work independently, electronically submitting completed coursework by a specific due date to Marygrove College. > For course descriptions, visit www.canter.net. > Additional courses are in development. > To register, contact Canter Laureate: Toll free phone: (800) 669-9011 • Online: www.canter.net

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ONLINE AND ONSITE COURSES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PERFORMANCE LEARNING SySTEMS ONsITE: EDU587 EDU5502 EDU585 EDU583 EDU526 EDU560 EDU5518 EDU566 EDU589 EDU596 EDU502 EDU584

Achieving Student Outcomes Behavioral, Academic and Social Interventions Brain Based Ways We Think and Learn Building Communication and Teamwork Building Your Technology Education & Skills Classroom Management* Collaborative Inquiry Differentiated Instruction for Today’s Class* Meaningful Activities for Interesting Classrooms Multiple Intelligences Successful Teaching/Acceptance of Responsibility Teaching through Learning Channels*

* Also offered online ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURsEs: EDU5510 Teaching Algebra/Middle School EDU5512 Action Research for the Online Classroom EDU5513 Building Online Collaborative Environments

EDU5514 EDU5501 EDU560 EDU566 EDU5500 EDU5515 EDU5506 EDU5310 EDU533 EDU558 EDU5503 EDU5516 EDU5511 EDU5509 EDU584 EDU5440 EDU5670

Blended and Synchronous Learning Design Cultural Competence Classroom Management Differentiated Instruction Teaching the English Language Learner Educating the Net Generation Facilitating Online Learning Communities Foundations of Literacy Instructional Design Merging Educational Goals/Multimedia Projects Strategies for Middle School Science Teachers Using Online Resources for the Classroom Simulations and Gaming Technologies Successful Teaching for Responsibility Teaching through Learning Channels Thinking Mathematically (Elementary) Writing Across the Curriculum

> All courses are three graduate credit hours. > Onsite courses: $580 + materials; online courses: $715 + materials fee (see course description) > Additional courses are in development. > To register, contact Performance Learning Systems: (866) 757-2527 or www.plsweb.com

ONLINE COURSES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TEACHSCAPE To learn more, visit: www.marygrovemat.com EDU568TCH EDU569TCH EDU570TCH EDU618TCH EDU622TCH ERS500TCH MTH500TCH MTH501TCH MTH505TCH MTH515TCH MTH506TCH MTH516TCH MTH525TCH MTH526TCH MTH535TCH MTH536TCH

Teacher as Leader K-12 Understanding Teaching & Learning K-12 Instructional Design K-12 Effective Assessment K-12 Meeting the Needs of All Students K-12 Research Based Instructional Strategies - Student Achievement K-12 Fundamentals of Math 2-6 Proportional Reasoning 6-8 Problem Solving K-5 Measurement & Geometry K-5 Problem Solving 6-12 Measurement & Geometry 6-12 Algebra K-5 Algebra 6-12 Data Analysis & Probability K-5 Data Analysis & Probability 6-12

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Assessment & Intervention K-6 Reading in the Content Areas K-6 Reading and Writing Connection Foundations of Reading K-6 Foster Motivation and Engagement Classroom Assessment

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> All courses are three graduate credit hours. > Courses cost $450 each. > Students receive course materials and are given access to the Teachscape Web site platform for syllabus, etc. > Students have up to one (1) year to complete courses and submit Assignment Template via email. > Additional courses are in development. > For course descriptions visit www.marygrovemat.com. MORE > To register, contact Teachscape: Toll free phone: (877) 984-7277

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Courses offered and locations vary per semester. Onsite courses listed below are offered at various locations throughout Michigan.


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ANT T R O IMP MATION R INFOOR ALL F ERs H C TEA

State of Michigan Reading Requirement The State of Michigan requires a reading course for ALL teachers who are moving from a provisional to a professional certification. Marygrove has an online course, RDG 510, which meets this requirement. Here is what you need to know: •

This course is entirely online.

This course is housed on the Marygrove Blackboard system.

The cost is $1650 and you must buy your own books.

This course qualifies for financial aid as long as you take it as part of a Marygrove degree program.

RDG 510- READING DIAGNOsIs & DIFFERENTIATED INsTRUCTION FOR DIVERsE LEARNERs

This three-credit course examines formal and informal literacy assessments; identifies appropriate strategies for remediation of reading disabilities and plans differentiated instructional methods with emphasis on phonics, phonemic awareness, comprehension, fluency and vocabulary. This course also develops a comprehensive assessment vocabulary in order to administer, interpret, and evaluate assessment instruments. Field experience and a case study component will demonstrate integration of course knowledge and classroom practices.

To register for RDG510: If you are not currently a Marygrove student and are interested in applying to take this course, please contact Eunice Moore at emoore@marygrove.edu or (313) 927-1217. If you are a current graduate student at Marygrove, you may download a registration form by visiting marygrove.edu and looking for Michigan Teachers under Announcements on the home page.

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urBAn leAdersHiP THE MARyGROvE COLLEGE URBAN LEADERSHIP vISION

OUR NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGED (ONE)

Our Neighborhood Engaged (ONE) is a grass-roots community effort supported by Marygrove College to enhance, empower, revitalize and refresh the neighborhood surrounding the College in northwest Detroit. Through strategic partnerships, collaborations, and resident volunteers, significant progress has been made and many exciting projects are under way toward creating a clean, safe and attractive neighborhood. If you would like to be involved, please visit our web site: www.OurNeighborhoodEngaged.com, or call the hotline at (313) 927-1767.

INSTITUTE FOR DETROIT STUDIES

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the Motor City—its vibrant history, its unique social systems, the challenges and opportunities faced by our regional leaders? The Marygrove Institute for Detroit Studies promotes interdisciplinary study of the City of Detroit through: academic credit and continuing education courses; online resources; lectures, readings, exhibits, and performances; and workshops, programs, and presentations held on campus and throughout the metropolitan area. CERTIFICATE IN DETROIT STUDIES The certificate in Detroit Studies consists of at least 15 credit hours (18.5 CEUs) of interdisciplinary coursework devoted to analysis of metropolitan Detroit. Courses can be taken for undergraduate credit or CEUs. An associate’s degree or equivalent is required for either format. Please submit a copy of your transcript to the Continuing Education Office, Liberal Arts Building, room 117. (3.7 CEUs) D. scher, A. Moore Ds 320B Detroit seminar: Cultural Icons of Detroit (hybrid course) This interdisciplinary seminar combines attendance at cultural events in landmark Detroit institutions with online preparation and includes study of historical context, architectural structure, and the cultural experience. Preparation for each cultural site is through course assignments and discussions using the Blackboard e-learning classroom. Fridays .................................9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. ..... TBA TBA....................................................................................... ....................................................................................... $395 15 weeks k. Johnson Ds 385 Community and Organizational Change (3.7 CEUs) This course provides an analysis of communities and organizations as social systems, including examination of critical problems, intervention and change strategies that appear to be effective and how they can be applied. Tuesdays ..............................6 – 8:30 p.m. ............. Sept. 7 – Dec. 16 ................................................................$395 15 Weeks

2010 Great Lakes BIONEERS Detroit (GLBD) Conference This conference is for anyone interested in promoting sustainable communities, fostering life-giving relationships, nurturing connections, and searching for solutions that restore and heal Earth’s communities. Learn about urban farming, environmental justice, climate change, the Commons, mindful living and other topics. Conference fees will be paid to, Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit and include lunch(es). To register, volunteer or to learn more, call (313)-717-6151, email info@glbd.org or visit www.glbd.org. Section 1: One Day Fri, Sat or Sun ..(0.6 CEUs)….….. .... 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. … ................. Oct. 15,16 or 17 .......... $50 Section 2: Two Days ........................(1.2 CEUs)............... 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. ……….…… .. Oct. 15 – 17 ...............$100 Section 3: All Three Days ................(1.8 CEUs)............... 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. ……….…...... Oct. 15 – 17 ...............$130 The CEUs listed above will be awarded by Marygrove College for a fee of $20 (visit the Enrollment Center before the conference starts).

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Marygrove College is widely recognized for its commitment to the metropolitan Detroit community and has a national reputation for expertise on contemporary social, cultural, political, educational, and economic issues in urban areas. We attract and serve students of all faiths who are passionate about engaging these contemporary urban issues. We offer degrees and programs that develop students’ understanding of these issues as well as students’ leadership skills, particularly those skills necessary to lead in urban communities. The College also serves as an institutional leader by undertaking projects related to current issues of significance to the City. Both of these roles–developing urban leaders and serving as an institutional leader–capitalize on Marygrove College’s location in the City of Detroit.


nonCrediT online Courses WWW.ED2GO.COM/MARYGROVE

Take online courses in the comfort of your home or office, at times that are convenient for you!

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Marygrove College offers hundreds of online courses for adults, covering topics from Web Page Design to Stress Management to Parenting or even Theme Park Engineering! Each course is managed by a patient and caring instructor, lively discussions with your fellow students and excellent customer service. You can ask questions and give or receive advice at any time during this course. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to download a certificate of completion. Visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove for a full course catalog, course descriptions, requirements, instructor biographies, syllabi and more!

CLAssEs ARE AFFORDABLE—sTARTING AT $99! COMPUTERs AND TECHNOLOGY Graphic design, Web design, computer literacy, programming, PC troubleshooting, networking, database management, Microsoft Excel, Word, Access, QuickBooks, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, Publisher, PrintShop, Windows, Linux, Mac, Oracle, SQL, and more. WRITING AND LANGUAGE Editing, grammar, technical writing, creative writing, screenwriting, writing for children, poetry, songwriting, journaling, Spanish, French, Braille, getting published, and more. BUsINEss AND CAREERs Entrepreneurship, accounting, business planning, supervision, customer service, human resources, law, project management, administrative assisting, sales, leadership, stress management, assertiveness, communication, and more. EVENT PLANNING AND NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT Career opportunities are plentiful in the fast-growing nonprofit sector. Prepare to take advantage of unprecedented demand for event planners, fund raisers, nonprofit managers, and more. PERsONAL ENRICHMENT Digital photography, personal finance, investing, debt elimination, art, music, history, philosophy, psychology, math, parenting, film, acting, comedy, drawing, outdoor survival techniques, theme park engineering, and more. PROFEssIONAL DEVELOPMENT Prepare for the GED, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and other exams, obtain professional certification, or move ahead with our continuing education courses for teachers and health care workers.

CAREER CERTIFICATION Complete professional certification available in Administrative Dental Assistant, AutoCAD, Bookkeeping, Chartered Tax Professional, eBusiness, Emergency Management, Event and Wedding Planning, Forensic Computer Examiner, Home Inspection, HVAC Technician, Paralegal, Personal Finance, Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, Six Sigma Black Belt, Travel Agent, Video Game Design and Development, and much more. GET sTARTED NOW! > Visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove. > Click on “Courses” near top of page. > Select alphabetical listing or an area of interest. > Select a course. > Click on ENROLL NOW! near bottom of page. > You will receive a confirmation e-mail with payment instructions.

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ACAdemiC/PersonAl develoPmenT

BB 105 spelling (2 CEUs) s. Remington If you would like to write without worrying about poor spelling skills, this course is a must! Practice and application of common sounds and their spellings are covered in this course. Book required. Saturday .................... 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. ..............................$185 Sept. 25 – Dec. 4 .....................10 weeks BB 107 Creative Writing (2 CEUs) s. Remington Improve your writing skills in an enjoyable and creative way. This course will give you the opportunity to improve your grammar, punctuation and vocabulary while you read and write about things that will unlock your creative potential. All skill levels are welcome. Saturday .................... 1 – 3 p.m. ........................................$185 Sept. 25 – Dec. 4 .....................10 weeks BB 188 Basic Math skills (2 CEUs) B. Cole Emphasis in this refresher course is on basic math skill development - high school level arithmetic, pre-algebra, and introductory geometry. Arithmetic instruction includes developing skills for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing whole numbers and fractions, and converting fractions to decimals. Through a unique process of explanation, classroom practice, group work, and practical strategies, math knowledge and confidence is developed. A useful course for preparing for the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) Basic Skills Math Test. Saturday .................... Noon – 2 p.m. .................................$185 Sept. 25 – Dec. 4 .....................10 weeks OL GED Preparation B. Rolston Want to pass the GED? If you are comfortable reading newspapers and you can add, subtract, multiply, and divide without a calculator, you’re halfway there! This course will help you develop the additional reading and thinking skills you’ll need to succeed in all five GED test areas: Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Literature, and Math. After completion of this course, you should be well-equipped to take--and pass--the GED! See page 2 for information on Marygrove’s Assessment/Learning Resource Center where you can take the GED. ONLINE COURSE (visit www.ed2go.com/marygrove) ............................................$99 New section begins every month..................................6 weeks

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BB 100 English Grammar (2 CEUs) s. Remington If you’re constantly making errors in grammar but are unable to consciously correct them, this is the course for you! Improve your language and communication skills through practice and drill in correct English usage. Book and paper required for first class. Each student needs a dictionary. Saturday .................... 9 – 11 a.m. ......................................$185 Sept. 25 – Dec. 4 .....................10 weeks


kids’ColleGe

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Marygrove’s Kids’ College is your partner in shaping a successful future for your child. Generations of Metro Detroit children, from the very young through their teen years, have taken classes through Marygrove’s Kids’ College. Its successful track record of developing stronger academic performance, building character and instilling self-esteem is why Kids’ College is right for your child. Kids’ College helps build the whole person and helps your children become the leaders they’re destined to be. sHAPING A sUCCEssFUL FUTURE! As a concerned and responsible parent, you want to make sure your child gets ahead in life and you also want to provide the tools your child needs to become an effective reader, communicator, problem solver and critical thinker. kIDs’ COLLEGE CAN HELP YOUR CHILD OVERCOME CLAssROOM CHALLENGEs. If your child is performing one grade-level below his or her age-based grade level, our courses in literacy and math teach strategies in a small group setting (8-12 students) to help your children develop and apply skills needed to become better readers, writers, critical thinkers and problem solvers. COLLEGE READINEss COURsEs CAN BRIDGE THE GAP FROM HIGH sCHOOL TO COLLEGE. Study and Test Taking Skills, Algebra, Geometry, Teen Communication and ACT Preparation courses are designed to help students be successful in high school and better prepare them to enter college.

School Success 8 sATURDAYs: October 2 – November 20, 2010 This is an interactive program designed to strengthen the skills of children and provide techniques for parents to use at home. Please enroll your child in the class that matches your child’s current grade level.

LITERACy

Using reading, writing and other language arts to develop and communicate thoughts and ideas. kC 601 Literacy skills for Beginning Readers Grade 1 ......................................................... 9 – 10:30 a.m. .................................$100 kC 602 Literacy Development for Fluent Readers Grade 2 ......................................................... 9 – 10:30 a.m. .................................$100 kC 603 Literacy Development for students Grades 3 & 4 ................................................. 9 – 10:30 a.m. .................................$100 kC 604 Literacy Development for students Grades 5 & 6 ................................................. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. ..................$100 kC 605 Literacy Development for students Grades 7 & 8 ................................................. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. ..................$100 kC 176 study/Test Taking skills Middle & High School ................................... 9 – 10:30 a.m. .................................$100

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School Success 8 sATURDAYs: October 2 – November 20, 2010 This is an interactive program designed to strengthen the skills of children and provide techniques for parents to use at home. Please enroll your child in the class that matches your child’s current grade level.

MATH

kC 651 Math skills Development and Application Grades 1 & 2 ................................................. 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. ..................$100 kC 652 Math skills Development and Application Grades 3 & 4 ................................................ 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. ..................$100 kC 653 Math skills Development and Application Grades 5 & 6 ................................................. 9 – 10:30 a.m. .................................$100 kC 654 Math skills Development and Application Grades 7 & 8 ................................................. 9 – 10:30 a.m. .................................$100 kC 167 Algebra I/Algebra II High School Students ................................... 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. ..................$100

HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE READINESS kC 176 study/Test Taking skills

9 – 10:30 a.m. .....................................................................$100

kC 167 Algebra l/Algebra ll

10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.......................................................$100

kC 215 Geometry

10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.......................................................$100

kC 205 say What You Mean and Mean What You say M. Brogdon Teenagers need practical communication and presentation skills today more than ever. In this class, teens will learn how to write an effective college or scholarship essay, impress the college recruiter, create a great classroom presentation and even interview well for that first job. They will learn the key “dos and don’ts” of slang, acronyms, social media and effective “gear” (clothing). This class is open to both junior and senior high school students. Saturday ................................................... 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.......................................................$100 Oct. 9 – Nov. 13 ............................................................6 weeks

ACT PREPARATION No classes November 27, 2010 The Real ACT Prep Guide with the actual ACT Test. Section 1: Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16 Section 2: Oct. 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, Dec. 4 Official ACT test dates: Oct. 23, 2010, Dec. 11, 2010 and Feb. 12, 2011. MARYGROVE IS NOT A TEST SITE. kC 206 ACT Preparation – Reading Grades 10 – 12 .......... 9 – 11 a.m. ......................................$130 Work specifically with reading areas on the ACT through analysis, review, practice and test-taking techniques. kC 186 ACT Preparation – Math Grades 10 – 12.......... 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. ..............................$130 A complete review of all basic mathematical concepts and functions included in the math portion of the ACT exam.

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Using computational skills and other tools to solve problems effectively and think critically.


insTiTuTe of musiC & dAnCe MIssION sTATEMENT The Institute of Music & Dance (IMD) at Marygrove College is a school of the arts. It provides students of all ages, abilities and backgrounds with high quality, developmentally appropriate programs in music, dance, theater and visual arts. The purpose of the IMD is to nurture and harness creativity, strengthen technical and performance skills and heighten artistic awareness.

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marygrove.edu/imd • (313) 927-1583 or (313) 927-1306 AUDITIONS

PERFORMANCES/EXHIBITS

CHILDRENS DANCE SCHOLARSHIP Saturday, August 28, 2010 Ages 7-10 11:00 a.m. Ages 11+ 12:30 p.m. Call (313) 927-1583

IMD ART EXHIBIT The Gallery Liberal Arts Building, 4th Floor Saturday, December 4, 12:30 p.m.

CHILDRENS ART SCHOLARSHIP Saturday, August 28, 2010 Ages 7-14 11:00 a.m. Call (313) 927-1583 CHILDRENS DRAMA SCHOLARSHIP Saturday, August 28, 2010 Ages 6-8 1:00 p.m. Ages 9-15 2:00 p.m. Call (313) 927-1583 NUTCRACKER BALLET Friday, September 24, 2010 Grand Rapids Ballet Company Michigan Opera Theatre Call (313) 961-3500, press 6, ext. 3290 www.motopera.org

IMD is a member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education

IMD DRAMA SHOWCASE Marygrove College Theatre Saturday, December 11, 10:00 a.m. BACK TO BACH 1, 2 and 3 Harpsichords Sacred Heart Chapel Saturday, September 25, 4:00 p.m. (313) 927-1255 SHORT & SWEET Sue Carmen Vian/Performance Art The Gallery Thursday, November 18, 7:30 p.m. (313) 927-1337 SENIOR SHOWCASE Undergraduate Dance Department Marygrove College Theatre December 10 & 11, 17 & 18 (313) 927-1568 NOMKHUBULWANE’S JOURNEy Nomkhubulwane is one of the 17 elephant sculptures on display globally by the Human Elephant Foundation (HEF). She will be in Detroit on the Marygrove College campus during the Bioneers Detroit Conference from October 13-17. The HEF is dedicated to activating ecological imagination, interdisciplinary conversation and sustainable practices. A celebration of Nomkhubulwane’s arrival will include the IMD Marygrove String Ensemble and Dancers.

For detailed information about the classes in this section, please call (313) 927-1583 or (313) 927-1306 or visit marygrove.edu/imd.

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Kids Programs

No classes October 16, November 25 - 28

ART 10 WEEks: sEPTEMBER 18 - DECEMBER 4

IAk 305 ADVENTUREs IN ART

s. Combs

Saturday ...........................................10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. ................... ages 7–14 ........................................... $125 IAk 400 CARTOONING/CONCEPT ART

M. Ellison

Saturday ...........................................10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. ................... ages 8+ ............................................... $125 IAk 401 PHOTOGRAPHY

L. Horton

Saturday ........................................... Noon-1:30 p.m. ............................... ages 8+ ................................................ $125

DRAMA 10 WEEks: sEPTEMBER 18 - DECEMBER 4 IDk D2 WHO AM I (Class size limited to 12.)

L. Fuller, J. Molina

Saturday .............................................. 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. ...................... ages 3–5 ..................................................$125 IDk D4 JUNIOR PERFORMERs (Class size limited to 14.)

L. Fuller, J. Molina

Saturday .............................................. 9:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. ...................... ages 6–8 ................................................. $189 IDk D3 ABsOLUTELY ACTING (Class size limited to 14.)

L. Fuller, J. Molina

Saturday .............................................. 10:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. ................... ages 9–15 ................................................$189

DANCE Dance class terms are listed below unless otherwise indicated 11 WEEks - sATURDAY CLAssEs: sEPTEMBER 18 – DECEMBER 11 WEEkDAY CLAssEs: sEPTEMBER 21 – NOVEMBER 30 J. Molina IDk 219 CREATIVE MOVEMENT (Class size limited to 12.) Saturday ............................................11:15 a.m. – Noon ........................... ages 3–5 ................................................ $54 Sept. 18 – Nov. 20 ..................................................................................... 9 weeks IDk 129 BALLET I (Class size limited to 14.) J. Molina, V. Williams-Jakubus Section 1: S .....................................12:15 p.m. – 1:10 p.m. .................... ages 5–7 ................................................ $88 Section 2: S.......................................11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. ................... ages 7+ .................................................. $88 IDk 130 BALLET II

V. Williams-Jakubus

Saturday ............................................9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m........................ ages 8+ .................................................. $88 IDk 218 BALLET III J. Molina, V. Williams-Jakubus Tuesday ............................................5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. ..................................................................................... $198 Saturday ..........................................1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

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IAk 306 ELEMENTs OF ART s. Combs Saturday ............................................9:30 a.m. – 10:25 a.m. ..................... ages 4–6 ................................................ $65


IDk 253 BALLET IV V. Williams-Jakubus Tuesday ..............................................5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m .................................................................................. $198 Saturday ............................................1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. IDk 261 POINTE (Must be enrolled in Ballet class prior to Pointe) V. Williams-Jakubus Tuesday .............................................6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. ................................................................................... $88

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IDk 131 TAP I M. Dickerson Section 1: S..........................................9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m. ..................... ages 5–7 .............................................. $88 Section 2: S..........................................Noon – 12:55 p.m. ........................ ages 7+ ............................................... $88 IDk 159 TAP II (At least two years of Tap previously) M. Dickerson Saturday ..............................................11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. .............................................................................. $88 IDk 232 TAP III M. Dickerson Saturday .............................................. 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. ................................................................................. $88 IDk 233 TAP IV V. Williams-Jakubus Saturday .............................................. 2:15 p.m. – 3:10 p.m. ...................................................................................$88 IDk 132 JAZZ I V. Williams-Jakubus, M. Dickerson Section 1: S.........................................10:00 a.m. - 10:55 a.m. ................. ages 7+ .............................................. $88 Section 2: S.........................................1:15 p.m. - 2:10 p.m. ..................... ages 5–7 .............................................. $88 IDk 160 JAZZ II M. Dickerson Saturday ..............................................10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. ............... ages 8+ ............................................... $88 V. Williams-Jakubus IDk 254 JAZZ III (Must have taken Jazz I & II) Saturday ..............................................Noon – 1:00 p.m. ......................................................................................... $88 IDk 256 JAZZ IV V. Williams-Jakubus Tuesday ..............................................7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. .................................................................................. $88 IDk 270 HIP HOP T. Jones Saturday ..............................................2:15 p.m. – 3:10 p.m. .................... ages 8+ ............................................... $88

MUSIC 11 WEEks: sEPTEMBER 18 - DECEMBER 11 (unless noted)

IMk 102 PRIVATE LEssONs Lessons can be started anytime during the semester. Piano, Organ, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, Trumpet, Saxophone, Clarinet, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Double Bass, Electric Bass, Percussion, Drum Set. Time individually arranged with instructor after registration. (ages 5+) 12 lessons: ........................................................$216 – 1/2 hour ......... $324 – 3/4 hour ........... $432 – 1 hour 6 lessons: ..........................................................$108 – 1/2 hour ......... $162 – 3/4 hour ........... $216 – 1 hour

IMk 103 MARELLA’s MUsIC (Class size limited to 8.) M. Walton Saturday .............................................9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. . ................... ages 3-5 ............................................. $54 Sept. 18 – Nov. 20 ..................................................................................9 weeks

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IMk 108 LIFT YOUR VOICE M. Higle Saturday ................................................ Noon – 12:55 p.m. ..................... ages 7+ ..................................................$108

IMk 204s INTRODUCTION TO PIANO (Class size limited to 6.) M. Walton Section 1: S ............................................ 10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. ............. ages 5–7 ..................................................$121 Section 2: S ............................................ 11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. ............ ages 8+ ...................................................$121

IMk 304 MARYGROVE COMMUNITY BAND C. stone Tuesday ................................................. 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. ................ ages 13+ .................................................$105 Sept. 7 – Dec. 7 .................................................................................... 14 weeks

Adult Programs ART IAA 177 PAINTING L. Horton Tuesday ................................................. 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. .................................................................................$118 Sept. 21 – Nov. 16 ..................................................................................9 weeks IAA 183 PHOTOGRAPHY L. Horton Thursday ................................................. 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. .................................................................................$118 Sept. 23 – Nov. 18 ..................................................................................9 weeks IAA 410 CREATIVE CARDs s. Combs Wednesday ............................................. 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m .................................................................................. $118 Sept. 22 – Nov.17 .................................................................................. 9 weeks IAA 105 INTRO TO sTUDIO ART staff Section 1: MW ........................................ 4:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. .................................................................................$198 Sept. 8 – Dec. 8 ....................................................................................14 weeks Section 2: TTH ........................................ 7:30 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. .................................................................................$198 Sept. 7 – Dec. 9 ....................................................................................14 weeks IAA 355 HIsTORY OF WOMEN ARTIsTs staff Tuesday ................................................. 6:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. ................................................................................. $198 Sept. 7 – Dec. 7 .................................................................................. 14 weeks IAA 211 INTRO TO COMPUTER GRAPHICs T. Gralewski Thursday ................................................ 6:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. ..................................................................................$198 Sept. 9 – Dec. 9 ...................................................................................14 weeks

DANCE

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IMk 117G CLAss GUITAR R. English Saturday ..............................................10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. ..........................................................................$121


*PLEASE NOTE: Individual dance classes can be taken only for designated (*) classes if you purchase: a 10-class dance card for $145 and register for IDA 099; or a 5-class dance card for $72.50 and register for IDA 095. Then choose any designated (*) class and show your dance card when you enter class. 14 WEEKS: SEPTEMBER 7 – DECEMBER 10 12 WEEKS: SEPTEMBER 13 – DECEMBER 1

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*IDA 100 ELEMENTARY BALLET s. Panek/D. Cherveny Section 1: TTH ............ 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. ......................$336 ...............................................................14 weeks Section 2: MW ............. 6:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m...........................$288 ...............................................................12 weeks *IDA 101 INTERMEDIATE BALLET D. Cherveny Section 1: TTH ............... 8:30 a.m. – 9:50 a.m ...........................$672 .............................................................. 14 weeks WF ................ 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. Section 2: MW ............... 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. .........................$288 .............................................................. 12 weeks *IDA 123 ADVANCED BALLET J. Ivanov-Ericson, B. Mawhinney, D. Cherveny Section 1: TTH ............... 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. ......................$672 ..............................................................14 weeks W .................. 8:30 a.m. – 9:50 a.m. F ................... 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. Section 2: TWTHF ......... 10:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. ......................$672 ..............................................................14 weeks Section 3: MW .............. 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m...........................$288 ..............................................................12 weeks *IDA 140A POINTE (Must be enrolled in a Ballet class that precedes Pointe)

B. Mawhinney

WF ................................. 11:20 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. ...................... $162 ...............................................................14 weeks *IDA 102 ELEMENTARY MODERN P. Godboldo Section 1: MW ............... 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m...........................$336 ..............................................................14 weeks Section 2: TTH ............... 3:00 p.m. – 4:20 p.m...........................$336 ..............................................................14 weeks *IDA 103 INTERMEDIATE MODERN J. Molina MW ................................ 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m...........................$504 ..............................................................14 weeks T .................................... 3:00 p.m. – 4:20 p.m. *IDA 114 ADVANCED MODERN P. Godboldo, B. selinger Session 1: MW ............... 3:00 p.m. – 4:20 p.m...........................$504 ..............................................................14 weeks T.................... 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. Session 2: MW ............... 3:00 p.m. – 4:20 p.m...........................$504 ..............................................................14 weeks T.................... 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. *IDA 107 ELEMENTARY JAZZ s. Panek Tuesday ........................ 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. .........................$162 .............................................................. 14 weeks *IDA 115 INTERMEDIATE JAZZ s. Panek Thursday ........................ 3:00 p.m. – 4:20 p.m...........................$162 .............................................................. 14 weeks *IDA 116 ADVANCED JAZZ s. Panek Thursday ........................ 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. .........................$162 .............................................................. 14 weeks IDA 116Z ZUMBA s. Panek Monday ......................... 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. .......................$80 ................................................................ 10 weeks Sept. 20 – Nov. 22 IDA 385 sTRETCH & TONE J. Molina Tuesday ......................... 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m...........................$80 .................................................................10 weeks Sept. 21 – Nov 23

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DRAMA IDA 161X FUNDAMENTALs OF ACTING L. Love MW ......................................................6:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m. ...................................................................................$224 Sept. 8 – Dec. 8 ....................................................................................14 weeks

MUSIC IMA 107 PRIVATE LEssONs Lessons can be started anytime during the semester. Piano, Organ, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, Trumpet, Saxophone, Clarinet, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Double Bass, Electric Bass, Percussion, Drum Set and Theory. Time individually arranged with instructor after registration. 6 lessons: .............................. $108 – 1/2 hour ........................ $162 – 3/4 hour ........................ $216 – 1 hour IMA 100 (REALLY) BEGINNING PIANO (Class size limited to 6; book required) M. Walton Thursday ..............................................6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. .................................................................................. $108 Sept. 16 – Nov. 18 ................................................................................. 10 weeks IMA 120 BEGINNING PIANO (Class size limited to 6; book required) M. Walton F riday ..................................................6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. .................................................................................. $108 Sept. 17 – Nov. 19 ................................................................................. 10 weeks IMA 101 GOsPEL PIANO (Class size limited to 6; need basic piano skills) R. Fisher Tuesday ..............................................6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ..................................................................................$108 Sept. 21 – Nov. 23 .................................................................................10 weeks IMA 105 VOCAL DYNAMICs C. Menzies Monday ..............................................6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. .................................................................................. $108 Sept. 20 – Nov. 22 ................................................................................. 10 weeks IMA 111 LIFT YOUR VOICE/GOsPEL T. Crawford Tuesday ..............................................7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. ..................................................................................$108 Sept. 21 – Nov. 23 .................................................................................10 weeks IMA 158 JAZZ ENsEMBLE R. English Tuesday ..............................................7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. .................................................................................. $108 Sept. 21 – Nov. 23 ................................................................................. 10 weeks IMA 156 PRAIsE BAND R. English Thursday .............................................6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ................................................................................... $108 Sept. 16 – Nov.18 ................................................................................ 10 weeks IMA 304 MARYGROVE COMMUNITY BAND C. stone Tuesday ..............................................6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. ................................................................................... $105 Sept. 7 – Dec. 7 ..................................................................................... 14 weeks IMA 108 LYRIC THEATER staff Thursday ..............................................4:15 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. ................................................................................... $185 Sept. 9 – Dec. 9 ..................................................................................... 14 weeks IMA 126 MARYGROVE CHAMBER sINGERs E. Duncan Tuesday ..............................................6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ................................................................................... $198 Sept. 7 – Dec. 7 ..................................................................................... 14 weeks IMA 140 FUNDAMENTALs OF MUsIC J. Clark MW ......................................................1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. .................................................................................. $185

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12 lessons: .............................. $216 – 1/2 hour ........................ $324 – 3/4 hour ........................ $432 – 1 hour


IMPORTANT Registration Information Sept. 8 – Dec. 8 ................................................................................................ 14 weeks COURsE INFORMATION Call toll free (866) 903-3033 or (313) 927-1230. You must register at least 48 hours prior to the start of the class. Each class has a minimum required enrollment and must be reached prior to the first session to avoid cancellation.

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You will need a parking pass if you plan to park an automobile on campus. Pick it up in the Enrollment Center on the first day of class. REGIsTRATION BY MAIL Mail completed registration form (see page 27) along with tuition and fees* to: Marygrove College, Enrollment Center, LA 120, 8425 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit, MI 48221. It must be received at least 48 hours before the start of the class. REGIsTRATION BY PHONE Holders of MasterCard or VISA may register for noncredit courses by calling (866) 903-3033. There is a 3% convenience fee for all credit and debit card transactions. Please have your registration information and credit card ready when you call.* REGIsTRATION IN PERsON Visit the Enrollment Center, room 120, Liberal Arts Building. Hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.; and Sat., 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Late registration may be accepted through the first week of classes, if the class is still open. You may pay in person with cash, check, money order, MasterCard or VISA (there is a 3% convenience fee for all credit and debit card transactions). ONLINE REGIsTRATION-NEW! Online registration is for adult continuing education classes only. We accept Visa or MasterCard. For Kids’ College registrations, see registration by mail, phone or in-person instructions above. 5 Easy steps to Getting started 1. Visit www.marygrove.edu. 2. Click on the “CURRENT STUDENTS” tab. 3. Click on the “WEBADVISOR” banner on the left. A new screen should pop up that says “Marygrove College.” 4. Click on the yellow/gold rectangle labeled “Continuing Education.” You may have to scroll down to find it. 5. Click on “Register and Pay for Continuing Education Classes” under the Registration heading. Follow the instructions at the top of the next page. Don’t enter any information, instead click “submit” and you can select from the entire semester’s schedule.

CHANGEs IN REGIsTRATION > Students/Parents must complete a Tuition Refund Withdrawal form available in the Enrollment Center (LA 117 or LA120). Withdrawal or refund requests are not accepted by phone. There is a $10 processing fee for all course withdrawals. > Refund amounts are based upon the day the request is received (Refund/Withdrawal form or in writing). Withdrawals prior to the start of classes are 100% refundable (tuition only) for classes that meet five or more sessions. Withdrawals before the second class are 90% refundable. No refunds will be granted after the second class meeting. > There are no refunds after the first session for classes that meet four times or less, or for online classes offered through ed2go. Teachers taking professional development classes should check with the appropriate partner (Teachscape, Canter Laureate, Performance Learning Systems) for their refund policy. > Refunds take approximately 2-4 weeks to process through the Business Office. > Full tuition and fees are refunded if a course is cancelled by Marygrove College. Otherwise, fees are not refundable. TRANsCRIPTs Available for $5 per request. Complete a Transcript Request form available in the Enrollment Center (LA 120). Please allow 48 hours for processing. An incomplete Transcript Request form will delay processing. *For all Kids’ College and Institute of Music & Dance classes, a Medical and Liability Release form and a Policy and Procedure Acknowledgement form must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian before the first day of class. These forms can be downloaded from marygrove.edu/continuingeducation, then click on Kids’ College Programming or they can be mailed to you upon request. Note: Classes cancelled due to inclement weather will not be made up. Listen to radio station WWJ 950 AM or check the Marygrove website for official school closure information. The Division of Continuing Education and Community Service and the Institute of Music & Dance reserves the right to cancel courses or programs, adjust fees, or change instructors for courses listed in this bulletin. The Insititute of Music & Dance reserves the right to photograph/ publish pictures of enrolled students in class or performance for educational and promotional purposes.

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