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Spring 2014 (continued) Course Code Section Course Title

CRN Credit

Dates

Day

Time

Instructor

Bachelor of Science in Nursing NUR NUR NUR NUR NUR NUR NUR NUR NUR NUR

306 341 342 442 472 484 492 503 515 565

899 899 899 899 899 000 899 000 899 899

Professional Emergence Nursing: Individuals and Families Nursing: Health Assessment Nursing: Community Health SL Writing II: Nursing Research and Scholarly Writing RN-BSN Capstone Basic EKG Interpretation Transcultural Healthcare Healthcare Informatics Advanced Human Pathophysiology

21729 29127 24408 22621 23018 28141 27897 31225 24435 21731

3 4 4 6 3 2 1 3 3 3

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INET TBA INET L. Smith INET TBA INET C. Daniel INET S. Sims-Giddens INET TBA INET TBA INET M. Kenneally INET M. Niekamp INET C. Graves

Master of Science in Elementary Education ELE ELE ELE ELE

711 713 720 772

899 899 899 899

Contemporary Issues in Elementary Curriculum Adv Theory & Practice in the Teaching of Comm Arts Adv Theory & Practice in Student Assessment & Eval Research Seminar in Elementary Education

24572 30306 24573 28874

3 3 3 3

1/13 - 5/15 INET 1/13 - 5/15 INET 1/13 - 5/15 INET 1/13 - 5/15 INET

INET INET INET INET

Master of Science in Literacy RDG 640 899 RDG 700 899 RDG 710 898 RDG 770 899 RDG 780 899 RDG 781 898 RDG 782 898 RDG 791 896/897 RDG 791 898/899 RDG 795 899

Analysis/Correction Literacy SL Relationship of Lang to Literacy & Intellectual Devel Content Area Literacy Curriculum Design in Literacy Assessment Procedures for the Literacy Specialist Assessment of Literacy Problems Remediation of Literacy Problems Problems in Literacy Education Problems in Literacy Education Research Seminar in Literacy

21936 3 22083 3 31113 3 22134 3 23689 3 31267 3 31269 3 ----- 2 ----- 3 22136 3

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Spring 2014 Course Listings Missouri State Degrees in Neosho • Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture • Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education • Bachelor of Science in General Business • Bachelor of Science in Nursing • Bachelor of Social Work • Doctorate in Educational Leadership • Master of Science in Elementary Education • Master of Science in Literacy

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Spring 2014

Courses are available leading to

Bachelor’s Degrees

Upper Division and Graduate Level Courses For Up-to-Date Class Schedules: Check the Missouri State University website at http://www.MissouriState.edu (click on “C” for class schedule).

Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture

• As a holder of an associate of arts, associate of applied science or associate of science, our Agriculture Pathways Partnership allows you to complete your bachelor’s degree in about two years. • Enjoy flexible scheduling with Internet and interactive video course offerings.

Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management • Complete this degree entirely online upon earning an AA (recommended) or any AAS degree (with completion of general education classes). • Prepare for management responsibilities in a wide variety of industrial and technical settings.

Contact: Jim Bellis, Director of Student Services-Dept. of Agriculture Phone: (417) 836-5638, Email: JimBellis@MissouriState.edu

Contact: Dr. Neal Callahan, Interim Dept. Head-Technology & Construction Management Phone: (417) 836-5121, Email: NealCallahan@MissouriState.edu

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

• As a registered nurse, prepared at the associate degree or diploma level, you may obtain a BSN degree by taking upper-division nursing courses via the Internet. • Complete this program as a full- or part-time student and progress through the program at a pace of your own choosing. • Through the Crowder BSN Scholars Program, students can take up to 5 upperdivision MSU courses prior to graduating from Crowder and obtain both the RN and BSN in as little as 3 years! Contact: Dr. Susan Sims-Giddens, R.N., Director BSN-Completion Program Phone: (417) 836-5398, Email: SusanSims-Giddens@MissouriState.edu

Bachelor of Science in General Business

• Complete your bachelor’s degree in business at Crowder College by taking classes in the evening and online. • Gain a broad perspective of the business world, with classes in many different disciplines. • Enter this program with the completion of an AA degree and at least ten classes in the business core, all of which are available from Crowder College. These classes are being offered evenings. Contact: Kim Stagner, M.B.A., College of Business Administration Advisor Phone: (417) 836-5386, Email: KimStagner@MissouriState.edu

Bachelor of Social Work • • • • •

Prepare students for entry-level positions in social work. All classes are offered either in Neosho or online. Fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Includes hands-on practicum experiences. Prepares you to quickly earn a Master of Social Work (which is offered at our Joplin site) as an advanced-standing grad student.

Contact: Dr. Carol L. Langer Phone: (417) 836-6967 or (417) 836-4367 Email: CarolLanger@MissouriState.edu

• As a holder of an AAT degree or equivalent coursework, take the upper-level classes you need to complete this degree on the Crowder College – Neosho campus. All lower-division prerequisites are also available from Crowder. • Become certified to teach grades 1-6 in any subject, with a middle school endorsement (grades 6-9) in various subjects (if the appropriate electives are chosen). • Start any fall semester as this program operates on a cohort model. Tentative Course Rotation Fall Year 1 Spring Year 1 Summer Year 1 Fall Year 2 Spring Year 2 Fall Year 3

MTH SPE RDG MID RDG RDG ELE MTH EDC GEOL ELE ELE ELE MID ELE ELE ECE RDG ELE ELE

320 310 318 400 420 421 410 360 345 210 429 434 438 439 500 510 501 474 495 496

Foundations of Math for Teachers (3) Introduction to Special Education (3) Foundations of Reading Instruction (3) Philosophy and Curriculum-Middle School (3) Assessing and Personalizing Reading (3) Practicum-Assessing and Personalizing Reading (2) Teaching and Learning in the Classroom (3) Foundations of Geometry for Teachers (3) Introduction to Multicultural Education and Diversity (3) Earth Science for Teachers (Crowder course) (4) Methods of Teaching Math (3) Methods of Teaching Science (3) Methods of Teaching Social Studies (3) The Middle School Teacher (3) Issues and Applications in Elementary (5) Reflective Decision Maker (2) Home/School/Community (3) Reading and Writing in Content Areas (2) Supervised Teaching (6) Supervised Teaching (6)

Contact: Patsy Garner, M.A., M.S., Crowder College Teacher Ed. Coordinator Phone: (417) 455-5482, Email: PatsyGarner@Crowder.edu

Courses are available leading to Doctorate in Educational Leadership

Elementary Education (Master’s with Emphasis)

• Earn your elementary education master’s degree taking MSU courses offered in Joplin, Neosho or Nevada locally, via interactive technology or online. • Customize your degree by choosing your emphasis area such as middle school education, reading and conservation.

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Earn this degree through a collaborative agreement between Missouri State and University of Missouri. Designed for those seeking leadership positions in P-12, higher education, or in government or industry. Cohorts beginning every 2 years, with applications being due by December 1 of even-numbered years. Spend 12 days in July meeting on the MU campus, for two consecutive years. The remainder of the coursework is offered by MSU, with most classes accessible in the Joplin area via ITV. Attend two years of classroom instruction (46 credit hours), which includes 12 credit hours of dissertation research. Administrator certification is available by taking a few additional courses.

Contact: Dr. Cynthia MacGregor, Program Coordinator Phone: (417) 836-6046, Email: CMacGregor@MissouriState.edu

Missouri State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.

Spring 2014

Course Code Section Course Title

CRN Credit

Dates

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Time

Contact: Dr. Cindy Hail, Graduate Coordinator MSED Phone: (417) 836-6065, Email: CindyWilson@MissouriState.edu

Master of Science in Literacy • Earn your master’s degree while achieving reading certification through this 37-hour program that offers classes in-person, through ITV, and in online formats. • Attend courses offered in a cohort format at various off-campus sites, including Joplin, Neosho, and Nevada. Contact: Dr. Deanne Camp, Program Coordinator Phone: (417) 836-6983, Email: DeanneCamp@MissouriState.edu

Instructor

Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture AGB AGB AGB AGB AGP AGP AGP AGP AGS

314 384 584 684 303 303 353 453 432

001 814 814 814 898 899 899 899 814

Legal Aspects of Agriculture Agricultural Selling (ITV) Farm Business Management (ITV) Farm Business Management (ITV) Suburban Horticulture Suburban Horticulture Turf Science Crop Physiology Sheep and Goat Science (ITV)

26410 29490 31139 31140 31262 27290 27223 27269 29516

3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

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INET R R R INET INET INET INET TR

INET 5:30-7:20pm 12:30-2:10pm 12:30-2:10pm INET INET INET INET 2:30-4:10pm

T. Elliott R. Fent P. Smith P. Smith M. Odneal M. Odneal P. Trewatha P. Trewatha E. Walker

Bachelor of Science in General Business

ACC 311 899 Managerial Cost Accounting 27720 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET M. Hammond CIS 429 814 Information Systems in Business (ITV) 26168 3 1/13 - 5/15 M 5:30-6:45pm R. Burton FIN 369 899 Real Estate Development 25406 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET W. Nelson FIN 380 750 Financial Management (iCourse)* 25410 3 1/13 - 5/15 T 9:30-10:45 am K. Ragan FIN 380 751 Financial Management (iCourse)* 25409 3 1/13 - 5/15 T 5:30-6:45 pm H. Witte FIN 381 899 Personal Financial Planning 25421 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET J. Philpot FIN 390 899 Intermediate Financial Management 25442 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET S. Crain FIN 485 899 Investments I 25450 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET J. Scott INS 314 814 Employee Benefits and Social Insurance (ITV) 31109 3 1/13 - 5/15 M 7-8:15pm J. Dubinsky LAW 332 814 Debtor and Creditor Rights and Remedies (ITV) 31074 1 1/01 - 5/19 W 5:30-8:20pm W. Hass LAW 335 814 Business Enterprises Rights and Liabilities (ITV) 31081 2 2/10 - 5/15 W 5:30-8:20pm W. Hass LAW 539 814 Legal Regulations of International Commerce (ITV) 31098 3 1/13 - 5/15 R 7-8:15pm J. Black LAW 550 898 Negotiation, Mediation, and Arbitration in Business 25392 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET S. Leasure MGT 340 814 Organizational Behavior Management (ITV) 24934 3 1/13 - 5/15 T 7-8:15pm D. Frederick MGT 487 814 Strategic Management and Policy (ITV) 26101 3 1/13 - 5/15 R 5:30-6:45pm M. LaPreze MKT 350 899 Principles of Marketing 31336 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET M. Chin MKT 351 814 Consumer Market Behavior (ITV) 31045 3 1/13 - 5/15 M 5:30-8:20pm M. Burnett QBA 237 899 Basic Business Statistics 29376 3 1/13 - 5/15 INET INET P. Sells *This is an iCourse, with an initial class meeting in Springfield and content delivered online by iTunes U. Exams are proctored locally. The initial meeting may be waived for distance students--contact instructor.

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Students may transfer up to 9 hours of graduate credit from other institutions for master’s and specialist degrees.

Graduate Degrees

Quick Reference Abbreviations: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday, ARR=Arranged, (ITV)=Interactive Video, (iCourse)=iCourse, (INET)=Internet Classes, (BLENDED)=Combination of ITV and/or face-to-face and/or online.

ECE 501 814 Home/School/Community Relationships (ITV) 27829 3 1/13 - 5/15 W 4-5:20pm EDC 345 814 Intro Mulitcultural Education & Diversity (ITV) 27827 3 1/13 - 5/15 TR 9:30-10:45am ELE 410 814 Teaching and learning in the Elementary Classroom (ITV) 24887 3 1/13 - 5/15 R 12:30-3:20pm ELE 500 814 Current Issues / Applications in Elementary Ed (ITV) 27831 5 1/13 - 5/15 W 9am-2:50pm ELE 510 814 The Reflective Practitioner (ITV) 26203 2 1/13 - 5/15 M 1-2:50pm MTH 360 814 Foundations of Geometry for Teachers (ITV) 24949 3 1/13 - 5/15 M 5-7:30pm RDG 420 814 Methods of Teaching Reading and Language Arts in Elementary Schools (ITV) 26156 3 1/13 - 5/15 T 1-3:50pm RDG 421 814 Practicum: Methods of Teaching Reading & Lang Arts in Elementary Schools (ITV) 26342 2 1/13 - 5/15 T 10-11:50am RDG 474 814 Reading and Writing in Content Field (ITV) 27824 2 1/13 - 5/15 M 10-11:50am

Bachelor of Social Work

PSY PSY PSY SWK SWK SWK SWK

200 200 200 309 318 322 599

896 898 899 899 899 899 899

Psychological Statistical Methods Psychological Statistical Methods Psychological Statistical Methods Social Welfare Policy and Services I Methods of Social Research in Social Work Practice Human Behavior and the Social Environment II Health Literacy in the Human Services

31436 28975 31435 28966 30945 30946 27204

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J. Shewmake C. Craig C. Nichols N. Rugh R. Aram A. Dodge S. Lineberry S. Lineberry TBA

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Larry Nichols, Outreach Coordinator u Crowder College u McDonald Hall 239 u 601 Laclede Avenue u Neosho, MO, 64850 u (417) 455-5757 Joplin Office (417) 629-3941 u LNichols@MissouriState.edu


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