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An adult-friendly plan for earning an undergraduate degree.

(417) 836-6929 • (877) 678-2005 (Toll-free) MissouriState.edu/EveningCollegePlus

Why Evening College Plus is for you! Quality degree programs on a workable schedule Full and part-time scheduling options Evening advising services on-site Classes in a centralized location with easy access Scholarship opportunities

An adult-friendly plan for earning an undergraduate degree.

What degrees can I earn?

How to get started

General Education for Starters

Full semester and first block classes begin January 13, 2014. Complete your application following the instructions below prior to December 20, 2013 in order to avoid the $35 late application fee.

Our Evening College Plus program is designed to provide general education options using evening, online, and iCourse scheduling, with either full 16-week semester or 8-week block (often blended) classes. Classes to meet all general education requirements can be found, as can classes to meet the admission requirements for the College of Business.

Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program Pathways

Evening College Plus pathways exist to let you fulfill the program requirements for one of these bachelor’s degrees. Some pathways use combination evening face-to-face as well as online and iCourse offerings. Other pathways may be completed 100% online.

Combination Pathways

n B.S. in Accounting n B.S. in Professional Writing*

n B.S. in General Business n B.S. in Psychology*

*Minor required. Possible minors available through combination evening/online pathways or completely online pathways include communication, criminology, history, and screenwriting. Contact Adult Student Services for further information regarding minors at Missouri State University.

100% Online Pathways

n B.A.S. in Technology Management n B.S. in Finance (Finance Option) n B.S. in Nursing Completion Program**

n B.S. in Criminology & Criminal Justice n B.S. in General Business n B.S. in Professional Writing

**See Nursing Department for scheduling assistance. NOTE: the entire Spring 2014 Course Schedule can be found on the web at http://www.missouristate.edu/ ClassSchedule/ . Use the “Public Web Page” if you do not have a current Bear account.

Second block classes begin March 17, 2014. 1. Apply for admission Go to www.missouristate.edu/apply 2. Submit your transcript Submit your transcripts for any college credits you have already earned (and your high-school transcript if you have less than 24 college credit hours).

Submit your transcript to: Office of Admissions, Missouri State University, 901 S. National Ave., Springfield, MO 65897

3. Apply for financial aid Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ 4. Schedule an advisor appointment Once you receive your admission letter, call (417) 836-6929 to meet with an advisor.

Spring 2014

General Education Program (GEP) Requirements / College of Business Administration Requirements

8-Week Block Offerings (16-week classes with Evening College Plus reserves are listed separately, after the block classes) General Education / College of Business Admission Requirements Your advisor will help you form your schedule from the selection of classes below:

First Block • January 13 to March 7, 2014 (1st block finals the week of March 7) Course Code Course Title CIS 201 Computer Applications for Business COM 115 Fundamentals of Public Speaking HST 121 U. S. History to 1877

Time online online 7-8:40pm

Days online online Thursday

Course Format 8-week online 8-week online 8-week blended

Requirement Met COB admission requirement GEP 3 requirement GEP 21 requirement

Second Block • March 17 to May 8, 2014 (2nd block finals the week of May 10-15) Course Code Course Title ACC 211 Introduction to Managerial Accounting ENG 221 Writing II: Writing for the Professions ENG 321 Writing II: Beginning Technical Writing GRY 135 Principles of Weather and Climate MGT 286 Business Communication PSY 121 Introductory Psychology REL 101 Literature and World of the Old Testament/ Hebrew Bible SOC 150 Introduction to Society THE 101 Introduction to Theatre and Drama Arts

Time 7-8:40pm online online online online online 5:30-6:45pm online 5:30-8:45pm

Days Thursday online online online online online Tuesday

Course Format 8-week blended 8-week online 8-week online 8-week online 8-week online 8-week online 8-week iCourse

Requirement Met COB admission requirement GEP 5 requirement GEP 5 and general business degree requirement GEP 8-15 lab requirement COB admission requirement GEP 18 and COB prerequisite GEP 16 requirement

online Tuesday

8-week online 8-week blended

GEP 17 requirement GEP 20 requirement

Full 16-Week Offerings

We have requested a limited number of “reserved” seats in 16-week classes with Evening College Plus designation. Full semester classes – January 13 to May 8, 2014 (finals May 10-15). Some sections have limited seating. It is wise to select alternate classes in case the section has filled.

Full semester classes • January 13 to May 8, 2014 Course Code Course Title

Time

Days

Course Format

Requirement Met

AST 114 Basic Astronomy 7-10:20pm Mondays (selected) iCourse GEP 8-15 If lab component desired, include 1-cr. hr. AST 110 Astronomical Observations (lab) 7:15-9:30pm Tuesday or Thursday lab for AST 114 Permission Dept. Head for AST 110 GRY 100 World Regional Geography 5:30-8:20pm Tuesday 16-week lecture GEP 8-15 (no lab component) MTH 135 College Algebra 5:30-6:50pm Monday 16 week iCourse or GEP 6 and COB admission requirement 16-week online PLS 101 American Democracy 5:30-8pm Thursdays 16-week lecture GEP 22 requirement QBA 237 Basic Business Statistics online online 16-week online COB admission requirement REL 131 Religion in America 5:30-8:20pm Wednesdays 16-week lecture GEP 16 requirement REL 210 Paths of World Religion online online 16-week online GEP 19 requirement

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Degree Completion Pathways Program Offerings

Transfer students are welcome at Missouri State University. Because the background of each student is different, academic departments require initial scheduling appointments with their academic advisors. To help you prepare, the following courses (with degree pathway indicated) are scheduled Spring 2014, either in the evening, or online: ACC 302 Intermediate Accounting II Accounting completion degree, combination ACC 311 Managerial Cost Accounting Accounting completion degree, combination ACC 341 Accounting & Management Information Systems Accounting completion degree, combination BUS 135 Introduction to Business Required for minor in general business CIS 429 Information Systems in Business College of Business core requirement – majors other than accounting or computer information systems CRM offerings: Note: complete CRM 210, 250, 260 and 270 before enrolling in required courses at the 300 level and above CRM 210 Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System Online criminal justice degree CRM 260 Criminal Law and the Courts Online criminal justice degree CRM 270 Institutional and Community-Based Corrections Online criminal justice degree CRM 320 Criminological Theory Online criminal justice degree CRM 330 Juvenile Justice Online criminal justice degree CRM 340 Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice Online criminal justice degree ENG 421 Advanced Technical Writing Professional writing completion degree, combination ENG 473 Writing with Technology II Online professional writing completion degree, combination ENG 570 Writing in the Health Professions Professional writing completion degree, combination FIN 266 Principles of Real Estate Online finance completion degree FIN 380 Financial Management College of Business core requirement and general business completion degree, combination or online FIN 381 Personal Financial Planning General business completion degree, combination or online INS 314 Employee Benefits and Social Insurance General business completion degree, combination LAW 332 Debtor and Creditor Rights and Remedies College of Business core requirement MGT 340 Organizational Behavior and Management College of Business core requirement MKT 350 Principles of Marketing College of Business core PSY 150 Introduction to the Psychology Major Psychology completion degree, combination PSY 200 Psychological Statistical Methods Psychology completion degree combination PSY 302 Experimental Psychology Psychology completion degree, combination PSY 304 Abnormal Psychology Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 306 Learning Processes Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 331 Psychology of Childhood Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 359 Theories of Social Psychology Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 360 Educational Psychology Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 365 Aging and Adjustment Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 441 Psychology of Adolescence Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) PSY 508 Behavior Management and Change Psychology completion degree, combination – foundation area (to be chosen with advisor) One final note: This is a partial listing of the Class Schedule for Spring 2014 at Missouri State University. For the entire Class Schedule, go to http://www.missouristate. edu/ClassSchedule/ If you have a Missouri State login and password, you may use My Missouri State; otherwise, if you are simply viewing the Class Schedule prior to becoming a student, use the Public web page. These entries have been sorted from the full Class Schedule, to reflect undergraduate classes meeting face-to-face or blended starting at 4pm or later, or to reflect 100% online sections. Springfield campus as well as off-campus sites may be included among the listings. Missouri State is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution • 11/1/13


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