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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate

NICHOLS COLLEGE Department of Graduate and Professional Studies

Fall 2011 Course Schedule

Your Success Is Our Business Registration for Fall 2011 courses begins on July 18, 2011 We offer flexible, accelerated degree programs in the classroom and online

Classes begin on Monday, August 29, 2011

Announcing our newest campus location! You can now take classes at the new Devens location on the Mt. Wachusett Community College Campus.

Nichols College campus locations: DUDLEY AUBURN DEVENS WORCESTER

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Classes Held in Five Convenient Locations* Dudley Campus

NICHOLS COLLEGE Center Road, Dudley, MA 01571 Auburn Campus at Auburn High School 99 Auburn St., Auburn, MA 01501 NEW – Devens Campus of Mount Wachusett Community College at 27 Jackson Road, Devens, MA 01434 Worcester Campus at Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 19 Foster Street, Worcester, MA 01608 Worcester Campus at Quinsigamond Community College 670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606 *Not all courses are offered in all locations.

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Fall 2011 Course Schedule Table of Contents Registration Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Grade Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Textbook Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Tuition Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Inclement Weather Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Registration Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Blended Accelerated Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Registration Online Using WebAdvisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Online Course Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Fall 2011 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

Undergraduate Courses Fall 2011

Registration for Fall 2011 courses begins on Monday, July 18, 2011 Classes begin on Monday, August 29, 2011 Online classes begin on Monday, August 29, 2011

By Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–7 By Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Graduate – MBA Courses Fall 2011 By Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10–11 By Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

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Directory of Services & Contact Information General Information Academic Advising Financial Aid Office Bookstore Business Office Academic Tutoring Registrar’s Office IT Help Desk Library Testing Center Parking Permits

800-410-3118 800-243-3844 508-213-2378 508-213-2408 508-213-2288 508-213-2200 508-213-2291 508-213-2206 508-213-2334 508-213-2200 508-213-2159

Fall 2011 By Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12–13 By Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-16 Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Back Cover

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Registration Procedures

Registration Policy

Refund Policy

All registrations must be submitted by the registration deadline. For specific deadlines for the current semester, please check the Important Dates section. Registrations received after the payment deadline require payment within 24 hours. Registrations not paid for by the appropriate payment deadline may be dropped at the discretion of the college.

Students will receive a 100% refund if a course is dropped within seven (7) calendar days of the course start date. After the first seven days, no refund is issued for dropped courses, and a grade of “W” will be issued. The seven day period is counted as follows: If a course starts on a Monday then Monday is Day #1, Tuesday is day #2 and so forth. Sunday would be day #7 and, therefore, the last day to drop the course with a refund. This policy can also be found online at: gps.nichols.edu.

New Students To ensure you are registering for the correct course(s) please contact an Academic Advisor at 800-243-3844 or schedule an appointment at www.nichols.edu/gpsadvisingappointments.

Tuition Evening Undergraduate:

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$275 per credit ($825 for a 3 credit course)

Electronically Using WebAdvisor: For detailed instructions on how to use WebAdvisor for online registration, please see page 2. Method of Payment: credit card

Graduate: $562 per credit ($1686 for a 3 credit course) All Nichols College charges must be paid in full each semester at registration, prior to attending any classes. Any exceptions must be cleared with the Business Office.

In Person: Office of the Registrar Nichols College, Academy Hall 129 Center Road, Dudley, MA 01571 Method of Payment: personal check, credit card

Tuition Reimbursement Each company handles this differently, but many reimburse costs after the employee has successfully completed the course.

By Mail: Office of the Registrar Nichols College P.O. Box 5000 Dudley, MA 01571 Method of Payment: personal check, credit card

If an employer reimburses some of the cost of college courses, the student is responsible for paying for courses in full at the time of registration.

Inclement Weather Policy

508-213-2407 – Registrar’s Office Method of Payment: credit card

Students may call 508-213-2452 after 3:00pm and a recorded message will state whether or not classes are being held at your location. A message will also appear on the Nichols website at gps.nichols.edu.

Grade Information

Parking

By Fax:

A printed copy of your grade report may be obtained through WebAdvisor.

Textbook Information The Fall 2011 Textbook List is available at the Nichols College Bookstore. You may contact the bookstore on their website, http://nichols.bkstore.com, or by phone at 508-213-2408.

Parking stickers for the Dudley campus are available through the Department of Graduate and Professional Studies, Monday–Friday from 8:30am–4:30pm, Room 201 in Academy Hall.

Do you need assistance in choosing a course? Contact the Department of Graduate and Professional Studies with questions regarding course selection and registration at 800-243-3844 or by email at profstudies@nichols.edu.

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General Information

Blended Accelerated Sessions

Online Courses

Blended Accelerated classes include seven in-class sessions, one night per week, plus an online educational component.

Most online courses (see exceptions below*) have two start dates, meaning you have a choice of two dates on which to begin your course. Please indicate your start date when registering by mail or fax. You will then have 15 weeks from that Monday to complete the course requirements.The courses are all self paced so you may work through them as quickly as you would like or you can take up to 15 weeks to complete the requirements. The choice is YOURS! Our goal is to create an online experience to allow you maximum flexibility.

Blended accelerated courses combine the value of classroom presentation and discussion with the convenience of online learning. Each blended course consists of 7 classes (3 hours and 15 minutes) on site and an online component. Both portions of the blended course consist of assignments, readings, research, group work and/or participation in an online or in-class discussion. The blended course is designed in a participatory format and is led by experienced faculty/practitioners. As with every course, students are encouraged to relate their work experience to the course topics in order to enhance their learning experience.

* MGMT 485, GSB 600, GSB 602, GSB 800 and GSB 801 are offered online in 7 week sessions.These courses are not self paced as they require students to work in teams.

Registration Online Using WebAdvisor 1. If you have not already done so, you will need to request a new WebAdvisor logon. From the Nichols home page, http://GPS.nichols.edu, go to Admissions > Get Started Now > Request User Name and Password. Once there, you will see the link to Request WebAdvisor Logon. 2. When you are ready to register click on the myNichols link on the top of the GPS homepage: http://GPS.nichols.edu 3. Once you are logged in to myNichols, you will see the link to the WebAdvisor menu. From there, click on the Registration tab to register for classes. 4. User Name is first initial, middle initial, last name (example: if your name is James A. Jones, your username will be jajones. If no middle initial exists in the system, the username would be jjones). Your initial password is as follows #fmlMMDDYYYY. The password begins with the # symbol. "fml" is the first/middle/last initials of the person's name. "MMDDYYYY" is the person's date of birth in month/day/year format (including zeros; i.e. "06072006"). If you have problems logging into WebAdvisor, you will need to contact the Information Technology (I.T.) Department Help Desk at (508) 213-2206, send an email to helpdesk@nichols.edu, or visit the I.T. Department located on the Lower Level of the Library, on our Main campus in Dudley.

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After you have entered your User Name and Password click the "Submit" button. 5. Select "WebAdvisor for Students." 6. Choose "Register for sections." 7. First choose the semester from the drop down menu. Next choose the subject from the drop down menu. Then enter the course number. Then click the “Submit” button. Every section of this course for the semester (day and evening) will be listed. Make sure you check the “Location” and “Meeting Information” before you select your course. Once you choose the section you want, click the box next to it. Then click the “Submit” button. 8. The final step to register is selecting "RG-Register" in the "Action" section next to your course. Finally click on the "Submit" button. Note: If a class is closed or you don't have the necessary pre-requisite(s) you will be told this at the top of the screen. 9. The final step is to pay for the courses you have selected. Click on the Financial Information tab. Select the Make a Payment option. After entering the required information make sure you click on the “Submit” button.

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Important Dates for Online Courses

Important Dates for Online Courses

Fall 2011: Dates for Online Courses

Most online courses begin twice during the semester. You must register for your intended section by the registration deadline (see Registration Period dates below). These online courses are selfpaced. You may work through them quickly or use the full 15 weeks to complete the course requirements. However, you must complete 50% of the course before the withdrawal date. The listings below will help you choose the section number that corresponds with the course start date. Please be advised that CR courses are scheduled on a semester basis.

Registration for the Fall Semester Begins on July 18. Withdrawal Date

End Date

Section No.

Start Date

Refund Date

CR01

8/29/11

9/4/11

11/6/11

12/11/11

CR02

10/24/11

10/30/11

1/1/12

2/5/12

It is vital that you check your Nichols email on a regular basis. Upon registration, an email with important course information will be sent to you within 2 business days.

Testing Center: Monday–Thursday, 5:00pm–9:00pm Saturday, 9:00am–1:00pm 508-213-2200

Please contact your Academic Advisor in Graduate and Professional Studies for specific course availability at 800-243-3844.

Did you know you can use our website to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor? Visit gps.nichols.edu/gpsadvisingappointments

This printed schedule is subject to change. Always check the online class schedule at gps.nichols.edu/schedule, which may be updated post publication.

Important Dates: 2011 Fall 2011

Session I

Session II

Session III

Online CR01

Online CR02

Registration Period

7/18/11–9/1/11

7/18/11–10/27/11

7/18/11–9/1/11

7/18/11–9/1/11

7/18/11–10/27/11

Payment Due Date

8/17/11

10/12/11

8/17/11

8/17/11

10/12/11

Add/Drop

8/29/11–9/4/11

10/24/11–10/30/11

8/29/11–9/4/11

9/4/11

10/30/11

Session Begins

8/29/11

10/24/11

8/29/11

8/29/11

10/24/11

Last Day for Refund

Seven (7) days from the course start date (including start date)

Last Day to Withdraw Without a Grade Penalty

9/25/11

11/20/11

11/6/11

11/6/11

1/1/12

Session Ends

10/14/11

12/9/11

12/9/11

12/11/11

2/5/12

Fall 2011 Additional Dates September 5, 2011 (Labor Day) – Classes will NOT be held October 10, 2011 (Columbus Day) – Classes WILL be held, Dudley campus only October 15, 2011 – Degree Candidacy form must be completed and submitted through WebAdvisor for December graduation November 23 and 24, 2011 – Classes will NOT be held at Dudley or Auburn campus November 24, 2011 – Classes will NOT be held at Mt. Wachusett or Quinsigamond Community

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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate COURSE

TITLE

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

W W

8/31–12/7 8/31–12/7

6:00–8:45pm 5:30–6:00pm

Shanahan, M Shanahan, M

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

ACCOUNTING Session III – 15 weeks Dudley Campus ACCT 238 DU Introductory Financial Accounting ACCT 239 DU Financial Accounting Lab

Please Note: 1) Quicken Deluxe 2011 software and textbook are required for this course. 2) ACCT 239 is not compatible with the Mac operating system.

Online ACCT 238 CR ACCT 239 CR

Introductory Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Lab

Glynn, J Glynn, J

Please Note: 1) Quicken Deluxe 2011 software and textbook are required for this course. 2) ACCT 239 is not compatible with the Mac operating system.

ACCT 240 CR

Managerial Accounting

McKay, K

Prerequisite: ACCT 238

ACCT 402 CR

Federal Taxes: Basis for Decision Making

Glynn, J

Prerequisite: FIN 203

ART Online ART 257 CR

Art from the Renaissance to 1870s

Ritter, L

COMMUNICATIONS (formerly listed under English) Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus COMM 252 DU Effective Speaking Online COMM 252 CR Effective Speaking (previously ENG 252)

R

10/27–12/8

6:00–9:15pm

Drouin, R Tamulis, P

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MANAGEMENT Online CJM 209 CR CJM 210 CR CJM 302 CR

Crime, Justice, and Society Criminal Law and Procedure Security Investigations

CJM 417 CR

Homeland Security/Terrorism

Callahan, M Hall, M Bradley, T

Prerequisites: MIS 109 & CJM 210

Hall, M

ECONOMICS Dudley Campus Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated ECON 221 DU Principles of Microeconomics Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated ECON 222 DU Principles of Macroeconomics Online ECON 221 CR Principles of Microeconomics ECON 222 CR Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 307 CR Money, Banking, and the Economy

W

9/7–10/19

6:00–9:15pm

Wojcik, P

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Wojcik, P Adamson, C Adamson, C Morissette, B

Prerequisites: ECON 221 & ECON 222

ENGLISH Online ENGL 105 CR ENGL 238 CR ENGL 321 CR

Expository Writing The Modern World through Literature: World Literature IV Professional Writing

Shea, W Hockert, V Pomplun, M

Prerequisite: ENGL 105

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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate COURSE

TITLE

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

W

10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Billings, D

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Girardin, C

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Guillette, R

R

10/27–12/8

6:00–9:15pm

Browning, E

T

10/25–12/06

6:00–9:15pm

Lasher, W

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn Campus ESCI 243 AU Physical World

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

FINANCE Dudley Campus Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated FIN 203 DU Principles of Finance Prerequisites: ACCT 238 & MATH 117

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated FIN 325 DU Corporate Finance Prerequisite: FIN 203

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Quinsigamond Community College Campus FIN 330 QC Investments Prerequisite: FIN 203

FIN 480 QC Online FIN 203 CR

Problems in Business Finance Principles of Finance

Garvin, J

Prerequisites: ACCT 238 & MATH 117

HISTORy Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn Campus HIST 208 AU World Civilizations II (previously HIST 108) Online HIST 207 CR World Civilizations I (previously HIST 107)

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Romano, E Doerflein, C

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus HRM 443 DU Compensation and Benefits

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Beisaw, G

Prerequisite: HRM 213

Online HRM 213 CR

Human Resource Management

Beisaw, G

Prerequisite: MGMT 100

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGy MANAGEMENT (formerly Management Information Systems) Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated NEW SITE: at the Devens Campus of Mt. Wachusett Community College Campus MIS 309 MW–D Management Information Systems R 9/1–10/13

6:00–9:15pm

Barnes, N

Prerequisite: MIS 109 or ITM 123

Online MIS 109 CR MIS 309 CR

Microcomputer Applications Management Information Systems

Peretti, R Peretti, R

Prerequisite: MIS 109 or ITM 123

LEGAL STUDIES Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn Campus LSB 227 AU Business Law I

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Romano, E

Prerequisite: MGMT 100

Online LSB 227 CR

Business Law I

Romano, E

Prerequisite: MGMT 100

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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate COURSE

TITLE

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Smith, L

W

10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Arlinghaus, S

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated NEW SITE: at Devens Campus of Mt. Wachusett Community College Campus MGMT 337 MW–D Project Management T 8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Greenwood, M

6:00–9:15pm

Fleming, R

6:00–9:15pm

Greenwood, M

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

MANAGEMENT Dudley Campus Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated MGMT 100 DU Business and Society Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated MGMT 226 DU Management and Organizational Behavior Prerequisite: MGMT 100

Prerequisites: MGMT 226

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Quinsigamond Community College Campus MGMT 365 QC Operations Management

R

9/1–10/13

Prerequisites: MGMT 226 & ECON 221

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated NEW SITE: at Devens Campus of Mt. Wachusett Community College Campus MGMT 365 MW–D Operations Management T 10/25–12/6 Prerequisites: MGMT 226 & ECON 221

Online – 7 weeks Accelerated Strategic Management is the capstone course and should be taken near the end of the student's program of study

MGMT 485 ON

Strategic Management

10/24–12/11

Fleming, R

Prerequisite: MGMT 365

Online MGMT 100 CR MGMT 226 CR

Business and Society Management and Organizational Behavior

MGMT 337 CR

Project Management

Allen, P Callahan, M

Prerequisite: MGMT 100

Hennel, H

Prerequisite: MGMT 226

MGMT 365 CR

Operations Management

Hinsvark, B

Prerequisites: MGMT 226 & ECON 221

MARkETING Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Quinsigamond Community College Campus MKTG 361 QC Consumer Marketing

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Bailey, P

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated NEW SITE: at Devens Campus of Mt. Wachusett Community College Campus MKTG 435 MW–D Marketing Communication R 10/27–12/8

6:00–9:15pm

Nowak, M

Prerequisites: ECON 221, ECON 222 & MKTG 202

Prerequisites: MKTG 361 or MKTG 362

Online MKTG 202 CR

Principles of Marketing

Muller, L

Prerequisite: MGMT 100

MKTG 361 CR

Consumer Marketing

Lamer, M

Prerequisites: ECON 221, ECON 222 & MKTG 202

MKTG 433 CR

Market Research

Lamer, M

Prerequisites: MATH 215 & MKTG 361, or MKTG 362

MKTG 436 CR

Sales Management

Muller, L

Prerequisite: MKTG 361 or MKTG 362

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday DU = Dudley; AU = Auburn; MW = Mt. Wachusett Community College; MW-D = Devens at Mt. Wachusett Community College; WO = Worcester; QC = Quinsigamond Community College; CR = Online – 15 weeks; ON = Online – 7 weeks

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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate COURSE

TITLE

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

8/30–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Finch, D

Hybrid Session III – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn Campus MATH 117 AU College Mathematics

T

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

MATHEMATICS

Prerequisite: MATH 090, its equiv., or 3 years HS math

Online MATH 090 CR MATH 117 CR

Review Mathematics College Mathematics

MATH 215 CR

Statistics I

Peretti, R Gorgievski, N

Prerequisite: MATH 090, its equiv., or 3 years HS math

Friedman, K

Prerequisite: MATH 117

POLITICAL SCIENCE

The Political Science course fulfills the Social Science requirement

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus PSCI 204 DU Introduction to Political Science Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Quinsigamond Community College Campus PSCI 315 QC Business, Government, and Regulation

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Brown, R

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Soucier, J

Prerequisites: ECON 221 or ECON 222 & MGMT 226 or MKTG 202

Online PSCI 204 CR PSCI 315 CR

Introduction to Political Science Business, Government, and Regulation

Hall, M Deyoe, S

Prerequisites: ECON 221 or ECON 222 & MGMT 226 or MKTG 202

PSyCHOLOGy Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus PSY 342 DU Group Dynamics

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Sherman, D

Prerequisite: PSY 151

Online PSY 151 CR PSY 227 CR PSY 375 CR

General Psychology Psychology of Adolescence Statistics for the Social Sciences

PSY 462 CR

Social Psychology

Shea, W Kolek, E Friedman, K

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MATH 117 or higher

O'Neill, K

Prerequisite: PSY 151

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus SEM 444 DU Professional Development Seminar Online SEM 444 CR Professional Development Seminar

W

10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Bailey, P Tamulis, P

SOCIOLOGy Online SOC 161 CR

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Sociology

Shea, W

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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate / By Campus COURSE

TITLE

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

W W

8/31–12/7 8/31–12/7

6:00–8:45pm 5:30–6:00pm

Shanahan, M Shanahan, M

DUDLEY CAMPUS BY CAMPUS

Session III – 15 weeks ACCT 238 DU Introductory Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Lab ACCT 239 DU

Please Note: 1) Quicken Deluxe 2011 software and textbook are required for this course. 2) ACCT 239 is not compatible with the Mac operating system.

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated ECON 221 DU Principles of Microeconomics FIN 203 DU Principles of Finance

W T

9/7–10/19 8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Wojcik, P Girardin, C

W W

8/31–10/12 8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Smith, L Sherman, D

R T T

10/27–12/8 10/25–12/6 10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Drouin, R Wojcik, P Guillette, R

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Beisaw, G

W

10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Arlinghaus, S

T W

10/25–12/6 10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Brown, R Bailey, P

T W

8/30–10/11 8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Romano, E Romano, E

W T

10/26–12/7 8/30–12/6

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Billings, D Finch, D

Prerequisites: ACCT 238 & MATH 117

MGMT 100 DU PSY 342 DU

Business and Society Group Dynamics Prerequisite: PSY 151

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated COMM 252 DU Effective Speaking ECON 222 DU Principles of Macroeconomics FIN 325 DU Corporate Finance Prerequisite: FIN 203

HRM 443 DU

Compensation and Benefits Prerequisite: HRM 213

MGMT 226 DU

Management and Organizational Behavior Prerequisite: MGMT 100

PSCI 204 DU SEM 444 DU

Introduction to Political Science Professional Development Seminar

AUBURN CAMPUS Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated HIST 208 AU World Civilizations II (previously HIST 108) LSB 227 AU Business Law I Prerequisite: MGMT 100 Hybrid Session III – 7 weeks Accelerated ESCI 243 AU Physical World MATH 117 AU College Mathematics

Prerequisite: MATH 090, its equiv., or 3 years HS math

NEW SITE: DEVENS CAMPUS at MT. WACHUSETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated MIS 309 MW–D Management Information Systems

R

9/1–10/13

6:00–9:15pm

Barnes, N

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Greenwood, M

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Greenwood, M

R

10/27–12/8

6:00–9:15pm

Nowak, M

R

9/1–10/13

6:00–9:15pm

Fleming, R

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Soucier, J

R

10/27–12/8

6:00–9:15pm

Browning, E

T T

10/24–12/09 10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Lasher, W Bailey, P

Prerequisite: MIS 109 or ITM 123

MGMT 337 MW–D

Project Management Prerequisites: MGMT 226

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated MGMT 365 MW–D Operations Management Prerequisites: MGMT 226 & ECON 221

MKTG 435 MW–D

Marketing Communication Prerequisites: MKTG 361 or MKTG 362

QUINSIGAMOND COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUS Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated MGMT 365 QC Operations Management Prerequisites: MGMT 226 & ECON 221

PSCI 315 QC Business, Government, and Regulation Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated FIN 330 QC Investments Prerequisite: FIN 203

FIN 480 QC MKTG 361 QC

Problems in Business Finance Consumer Marketing Prerequisites: ECON 221, ECON 222 & MKTG 202

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Fall 2011 / Undergraduate / Online Courses COURSE

TITLE

ACCOUNTING ACCT 238 CR ACCT 239 CR

LEGAL STUDIES LSB 227 CR

Introductory Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Lab

Managerial Accounting Federal Taxes: Basis for Decision Making Prerequisite: FIN 203

MGMT 100 CR MGMT 226 CR

Business and Society Management and Organizational Behavior

MGMT 337 CR

Project Management

MGMT 365 CR

Operations Management

Prerequisite: MGMT 226 Prerequisites: MGMT 226 & ECON 221

ART ART 257 CR

MANAGEMENT Prerequisite: MGMT 100

Prerequisite: ACCT 238

ACCT 402 CR

Business Law I Prerequisite: MGMT 100

Please Note: 1) Quicken Deluxe 2010 or 2011 software and textbook are required for this course. 2) ACCT 239 is not compatible with the Mac operating system.

ACCT 240 CR

TITLE

MARkETING

Art from the Renaissance to 1870s

MKTG 202 CR

Principles of Marketing

COMM 252 CR Effective Speaking

MKTG 361 CR

Consumer Marketing

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MANAGEMENT

MKTG 433 CR

Market Research

CJM 209 CR CJM 210 CR CJM 302 CR

MKTG 436 CR

Sales Management

COMMUNICATIONS

Prerequisite: MGMT 100 Prerequisites: ECON 221, ECON 222 & MKTG 202 Prerequisites: MATH 215 & MKTG 361, or MKTG 362

Crime, Justice, and Society Criminal Law and Procedure Security Investigations

Prerequisite: MKTG 361 or MKTG 362

Prerequisites: MIS 109 & CJM 210

MATHEMATICS

ECONOMICS ECON 221 CR ECON 222 CR ECON 307 CR

ONLINE

COURSE

Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Money, Banking, and the Economy

MATH 090 CR MATH 117 CR

Review Mathematics College Mathematics

MATH 215 CR

Statistics I

Prerequisite: MATH 090, its equiv., or 3 years HS math Prerequisite: MATH 117

Prerequisites: ECON 221 & ECON 222

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ENGLISH ENGL 105 CR ENGL 238 CR ENGL 321 CR

PSCI 204 CR PSCI 315 CR

Expository Writing The Modern World through Literature: World Literature IV Professional Writing

Prerequisites: ECON 221 or ECON 222 & MGMT 226 or MKTG 202

Prerequisite: ENGL 105

PSyCHOLOGy

Principles of Finance

PSY 151 CR PSY 227 CR PSY 375 CR

FINANCE FIN 203 CR

Prerequisites: ACCT 238 & MATH 117

PSY 462 CR

HRM 213 CR

Human Resource Management Prerequisite: MGMT 100

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGy MANAGEMENT

Social Psychology Prerequisite: PSY 151

World Civilizations I (previously HIST 107)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

General Psychology Psychology of Adolescence Statistics for the Social Sciences Prerequisite: Successful completion of MATH 117 or higher

HISTORy HIST 207 CR

Introduction to Political Science Business, Government, and Regulation

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR SEM 444 CR

Professional Development Seminar

SOCIOLOGy SOC 161 CR

Sociology

(formerly Management Information Systems)

MIS 109 CR MIS 309 CR

Microcomputer Applications Management Information Systems Prerequisite: MGMT 226

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Fall 2011 / Graduate / MBA COURSE

TITLE

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

Students must consult an Academic Advisor prior to selecting 500 level courses.

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 501 DU Effective Business Communication Online GSB 501 CR A Effective Business Communication GSB 501 CR B Effective Business Communication

W

10/26–12/07

6:00–9:15 pm

Finch, D Latorre, E Porter, B

COMMON SkILLS Online GSB 502 CR GSB 503 CR GSB 504 CR GSB 505 CR GSB 506 CR GSB 507 CR

Management Theory Business Quantitative Tools and Statistics Accounting For Managers Marketing Management Financial Management Applied Economics

Beisaw, G Maturo, A McKay, K Morissette, B Fionte, R Fionte, R

BUSINESS ESSENTIALS Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Worcester Campus GSB 600 WO Organizational Behavior

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Tamulis, P

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Goncalves, M

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Girardin, C

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 602 DU The Leadership Experience Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Worcester Campus GSB 603 WO International Business Online – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 600 ON Organizational Behavior

8/29–10/16

Lottino, P

8/29–10/16

Schwind, M

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

GSB 602 ON Online GSB 603 CR GSEC 600 CR GSPT 600 CR

The Leadership Experience International Business Security Management Sport Enterprise Management

Porter, B Bradley, T Pack, S

PRACTICAL CHOICES: ACCOUNTING & FINANCE Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 703 DU Financial Reporting

W

10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Girardin, C

W

8/30–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Guillette, R

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Pover, M

Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 & 506 or equivalent

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn Campus GSB 704 AU International Finance Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 & 506 or equivalent

GSB 707 AU

Investments & Securities Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 and 506 or equivalent

Online GSB 704 CR

International Finance

Brosowski, J

Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 & 506 or equivalent

GSB 708 CR

Financial Management for Non–Profits*

Garvin, J

Prerequisite: GSB 504 or equivalent

GSEC 701 CR GSPT 701 CR

Business Assets Protection Sport Finance and Business

Bradley, T Pack, S

*Students without a previous undergraduate or graduate course in accounting or finance will be required to complete GSB 504, otherwise students must take GSB 708.

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Fall 2011 / Graduate / MBA COURSE

TITLE

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Guillette, R

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 712 DU International Economics

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

PRACTICAL CHOICES: ECONOMICS

Prerequisite: GSB 507 or equivalent

Online GSB 712 CR

International Economics

Morvey, D

Prerequisite: GSB 507 or equivalent

GSEC 711 CR GSPT 711 CR

Terrorism and Business Sport Law

Lottino, P Colles, C

PRACTICAL CHOICES: MARkETING MANAGEMENT Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 725 DU Marketing Strategies**

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Duggan, E

Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

Online GSB 721 CR

Sales Management

Lamer, M

Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

GSB 725 CR

Marketing Strategies**

Duggan, E

Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

GSPT 721 CR

Sport Marketing

Rosenbaum, R

PRACTICAL CHOICES: MANAGEMENT DECISION MAkING Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 739 DU Creative Decision Making

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Duggan, E

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

Online GSB 731 CR

Entrepreneurship

Morissette, B

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

GSB 737 CR

Change and Innovation Management

Shea, S

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

GSB 738 CR

Negotiation and Conflict Management

Day, J

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

GSB 739 CR

Creative Decision Making

Porter, B

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

GSPT 731 CR

Social–Historical Foundations of Sport

MBA CAPSTONE COURSE

Clifford, M

Strategic Management should be taken near the end of the student's program of study.

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn Campus GSB 800 AU Strategic Management Online – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 800 ON Strategic Management

W

10/26–12/7

Fleming, R

10/24–12/11

Parnia, E

**Students without a previous undergraduate or graduate course in accounting or finance will be required to complete GSB 505, otherwise students must take GSB 725.

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday DU = Dudley; AU = Auburn; MW = Mt. Wachusett Community College; MW-D = Devens at Mt. Wachusett Community College; WO = Worcester; QC = Quinsigamond Community College; CR = Online – 15 weeks; ON = Online – 7 weeks

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Fall 2011 / Graduate / MOL COURSE

TITLE

B Y D E PA R T M E N T

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

DAY

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

Students should consult an Academic Advisor prior to selecting 500 level courses

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 501 DU Effective Business Communication Online GSB 501 CR A Effective Business Communication GSB 501 CR B Effective Business Communication

W

10/26–12/07

6:00–9:15pm

Finch, D Latorre, E Porter, B

COMMON SkILLS Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Auburn  Campus GSB 707 AU Investments & Securities

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Pover, M

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Duggan, E

Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 and 506 or equivalent

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 725 DU Marketing Strategies** Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

Online GSB 502 CR GSB 504 CR GSB 505 CR GSB 708 CR GSB 725 CR

Management Theory Accounting for Managers Marketing Management Financial Management for Non–Profits* Marketing Strategies**

Beisaw, G McKay, K Morissette, B Garvin, J Duggan, E

Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

BUSINESS ESSENTIALS Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Worcester Campus GSB 600 WO Organizational Behavior

T

10/25–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Tamulis, P

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Goncalves, M

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 602 DU The Leadership Experience Online – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 600 ON Organizational Behavior

8/29–10/16

Lottino, P

8/29–10/16

Schwind, M

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

GSB 602 ON

The Leadership Experience

LEADERSHIP CORE Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated Dudley Campus GSB 739 DU Creative Decision Making

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Duggan, E

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

Online GSB 737 CR

Change and Innovation Management

Shea, S

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

GSB 738 CR

Negotiation and Conflict Management

Day, J

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

GSB 739 CR

Creative Decision Making

Porter, B

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600 Continued

*Students without a previous undergraduate or graduate course in accounting or finance will be required\ to complete GSB 504, otherwise students must take GSB 708.

**Students without a previous undergraduate or graduate course in accounting or finance will be required to complete GSB 505, otherwise students must take GSB 725.

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Fall 2011 / Graduate / MOL TITLE

DAY

LEADERSHIP CORE

Continued

Online GSB 751 CR

The Ethical Leader

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR B Y D E PA R T M E N T

COURSE

Schwind, M

Prerequisites: GSB 600 & GSB 602

GSB 752 CR

Global Leadership

Schwind, M

Prerequisites: GSB 600 & GSB 602

GSB 753 CR

Leadership Priorities: Maintaining Balance and Creativity

Lottino, P

Prerequisites: GSB 600 & GSB 602

MBA CAPSTONE COURSE

Strategic Management should be taken near the end of the student's program of study.

Online – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 801 ON Action Research

8/29–10/16

Catone, J

PLEASE NOTE: Courses GSB 751, GSB 752 and GSB 753 are not applicable to the MBA degree

Fall 2011 / Graduate / By Campus Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 602 DU The Leadership Experience GSB 712 DU International Economics

T T

8/30–10/11 8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm 6:00–9:15pm

Goncalves, M Guillette, R

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Duggan, E

W W

10/26–12/07 10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15 pm 6:00–9:15pm

Finch, D Girardin, C

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Duggan, E

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Guillette, R

T

8/30–10/11

6:00–9:15pm

Pover, M

W

10/26–12/7

6:00–9:15pm

Fleming, R

W

8/31–10/12

6:00–9:15pm

Girardin, C

T

10/25–12/6

6:00–9:15pm

Tamulis, P

BY CAMPUS

DUDLEY CAMPUS

Prerequisite: GSB 507 or equivalent

GSB 725 DU

Marketing Strategies Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 501 DU Effective Business Communication GSB 703 DU Financial Reporting Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 & 506 or equivalent

GSB 739 DU

Creative Decision Making Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

AUBURN CAMPUS Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 704 AU International Finance Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 & 506 or equivalent

GSB 707 AU

Investments & Securities Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 and 506 or equivalent

Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 800 AU Strategic Management

WORCESTER CAMPUS at MCPHS Hybrid Session I – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 603 WO International Business Hybrid Session II – 7 weeks Accelerated GSB 600 WO Organizational Behavior Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

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Fall 2011 / Graduate / Online Courses COURSE

COURSE

TITLE

TITLE

ONLINE

MBA Online

MOL Online

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Students should consult an Academic Advisor prior to selecting 500 level courses

Students should consult an Academic Advisor prior to selecting 500 level courses

GSB 501 CR A Effective Business Communication GSB 501 CR B Effective Business Communication

GSB 501 CR A Effective Business Communication GSB 501 CR B Effective Business Communication

COMMON SkILLS

COMMON SkILLS

GSB 502 CR GSB 503 CR GSB 504 CR GSB 505 CR GSB 506 CR GSB 507 CR

GSB 502 CR GSB 504 CR GSB 505 CR GSB 708 CR GSB 725 CR

Management Theory Business Quantitative Tools and Statistics Accounting For Managers Marketing Management Financial Management Applied Economics

BUSINESS ESSENTIALS GSB 600 ON

The Leadership Experience International Business Security Management Sport Enterprise Management

GSB 738 CR

Negotiation and Conflict Management

GSB 739 CR

Creative Decision Making

GSB 751 CR

The Ethical Leader

GSB 752 CR

Global Leadership

GSB 753 CR

Leadership Priorities: Maintaining Balance and Creativity

Prerequisites: GSB 600 & GSB 602

International Finance Financial Management for Non-Profits

Change and Innovation Management

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

Prerequisites: GSB 503, 504 & 506 or equivalent

GSB 708 CR

GSB 737 CR

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

PRACTICAL CHOICES: ACCOUNTING & FINANCE GSB 704 CR

LEADERSHIP CORE Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

Organizational Behavior Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent

GSB 602 ON GSB 603 CR GSEC 600 CR GSPT 600 CR

Prerequisites: GSB 600 & GSB 602

Prerequisite: GSB 504 or equivalent

GSEC 701 CR Business Assets Protection GSPT 701 CR Sport Finance and Business

Management Theory Accounting for Managers Marketing Management Financial Management for Non-Profits* Marketing Strategies**

Prerequisites: GSB 600 & GSB 602

MOL CAPSTONE COURSE

PRACTICAL CHOICES: ECONOMICS

GSB 801 ON

GSB 712 CR

PLEASE NOTE: Courses GSB 751, GSB 752 and GSB 753 are not applicable to the MBA degree

International Economics Prerequisite: GSB 507 or equivalent

GSEC 711 CR Terrorism and Business GSPT 711 CR Sport Law

PRACTICAL CHOICES: MARkETING MANAGEMENT GSB 721 CR

Sales Management

GSB 725 CR

Marketing Strategies

GSPT 721 CR

Sport Marketing

Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent Prerequisite: GSB 505 or equivalent

Action Research

*Students without a previous undergraduate or graduate course in accounting or finance will be required\ to complete GSB 504, otherwise students must take GSB 708. **Students without a previous undergraduate or graduate course in accounting or finance will be required to complete GSB 505, otherwise students must take GSB 725.

PRACTICAL CHOICES: MANAGEMENT DECISION MAkING GSB 731 CR

Entrepreneurship

GSB 737 CR

Change and Innovation Management

GSB 738 CR

Negotiation and Conflict Management

GSB 739 CR

Creative Decision Making

GSPT 731 CR

Social-Historical Foundations of Sport

Prerequisite: GSB 502 or equivalent Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600 Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600 Prerequisite: GSB 502 or GSB 600

MBA CAPSTONE COURSE GSB 800 CR

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NICHOLS COLLEGE | Auburn at Auburn High School

Center Road, Dudley, MA

99 Auburn Street, Auburn, MA

800-243-3844 gps.nichols.edu

From the South: n Take Rt. I-395 to I-290, Exit 9 (Swanson Road) n Go right at end of ramp then left at the lights onto Southbridge

Street n At the next set of lights, take a left onto Auburn Street n High School is on the left (opposite McDonald’s) n Take the second entrance to the high school leading to the back of

the building n Enter Auburn High School through the back entrance

From the North:

84

Take Rt. I-290 to Exit 9 (Auburn Street) Take left at the lights at the bottom of ramp Go under expressway (I-290) overpass High school is on the right (opposite McDonald’s) Take the first entrance to the high school leading to the back of the building n Enter Auburn High School through the back entrance n n n n n

Providence (40 miles)

From the East or West: n Take the Mass Pike (I-90) to Exit 10 (Auburn) n After the tolls take I-290 East to Exit 9 (Swanson Road) n Go right at the end of ramp then left at the lights onto Southbridge

From the North:

Street

Take I-290 to Auburn, where I-290 becomes I-395 South. Follow to Exit 4B (Sutton Road/Oxford Center). Turn right off ramp and stay in the right lane. Go straight through the light at Oxford Center (Cumberland Farms on right). Follow straight past light for 0.8 miles and take a left onto Dudley Road (produce stand is on the right). Follow this road for 3.7 miles, staying straight through a four-way stop sign. Dudley Road becomes Dudley/Oxford Road at the town line. Bearing right at the fork (pond on your right), continue on Dudley/Oxford Road for 2 miles through two stop signs, then straight onto the Nichols campus.

n At the next light, take left on to Auburn Street n High School on left (opposite McDonald’s). n Take the second entrance to the high school leading to the back of

From the East & West:

NICHOLS COLLEGE | Worcester

Take the Mass Pike to Exit 10 in Auburn and get on I-395 South. Follow directions from above.

at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy

From the South:

From the South:

Take I-95 North to I-395 North to Exit 2, (Webster) and turn left off the ramp. Go straight through the first set of traffic lights. Follow Rt. 12 South (Rt. 12 will turn left through Webster center). Continue through Webster center. After the railroad tracks, continue straight into Dudley. Stay in the right lane at the second set of lights after the tracks. Go straight through the lights onto Rt. 197 which is also West Main Street in Dudley. Stay on West Main Street (Rt. 197) until you reach a set of lights next to Cumberland Farms/gas station (on your right). Turn right directly after Cumberland Farms onto Airport Rd. Follow Airport Road and bear right at the four-way stop. (Dudley Hill Golf Club is on your right.) Take the first left onto Center Road and proceed directly on to the Nichols campus.

Take Rt. I-395 North to I-290 East to Exit 16, Central Street. Take Exit 16 off I-290 to Central Street, downtown Worcester. Turn left onto East Central Street toward Major Taylor Boulevard. Turn left onto Major Taylor Boulevard and then right onto Foster Street.

From Hartford, CT:

Route 93 to I-495, then Rt. 290, or Route 3 to I-495 to I-290 West. Take Exit 16 off I-290 to Central Street, downtown Worcester. Turn right onto East Central Street to Major Taylor Boulevard. Turn left onto Major Taylor Boulevard and then right onto Foster Street.

Take I-84 East towards Boston. Take Exit 2 (Sturbridge/ Southbridge). When on exit ramp, keep right at the fork. Turn left onto Haynes Street. Turn right onto MA-131/Main Street. Proceed to rotary in Southbridge and take the first right onto MA-169/MA-131. You will pass through Dudley, Massachusetts, then enter Thompson, Connecticut for a short while. Bear left onto Rt. 197 at the set of lights in Thompson. You will re-enter Dudley, Massachusetts on Rt. 197. Turn left onto Center Road. Follow Center Road up the hill to the Nichols campus.

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the building n Enter Auburn High School through the back entrance

Parking Availability: Parking for Nichols College students is available across from the back entrance of the high school on the Auburn Street side of the building.

19 Foster Street, Worcester, MA

From the East or West: Take the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) to Exit 10, Auburn. Follow the signs to Worcester via Interstate I-290 East. Take Exit 16 off I-290 to Central Street, downtown Worcester. Turn left onto East Central Street toward Major Taylor Boulevard. Turn left onto Major Taylor Boulevard and then right onto Foster Street.

From the North:

Parking Availability: Campus building is on the corner of Foster and Norwich Street on the left. Parking is available at the Bank of America parking lot at Waldo and Norwich Street, Dwight Foster Lot on Waldo Street, and at the Worcester Common Outlets Parking Garage at the Commercial Street entrance. continued

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NICHOLS COLLEGE | Devens Campus of Mt. Wachusett Community College

NICHOLS COLLEGE | Worcester

One Jackson Place, 27 Jackson Road, Devens, MA

at Quinsigamond Community College

From Route 2 East:

670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA Massachusetts Turnpike to Rt. 495 North to Rt. 290 West to Rt. 190 North to Exit 1 West Boylston Street – North 1 mile to campus (on Right).

Take exit 37 and you will be on Jackson Road. Approximately 1 mile up you will pass through a traffic light at Lake George Street/Patton Road. Go through the light and your next left will bring you into our parking lot. There is a sign – Mount Wachusett Community College – Home of the BioManufacturing Program.

From Springfield or West:

From Route 2 West:

Massachusetts Turnpike to Rt. 290 East to Rt. 190 North 1/2 mile to Exit 1 West Boylston Street – North 1 mile to campus (on Right).

Take exit 37 and you will be on Jackson Road. Approximately 1 mile up you will pass through a traffic light at Lake George Street/Patton Road. Go through the light and your next left will bring you into our parking lot. There is a sign – Mount Wachusett Community College – Home of the BioManufacturing Program.

From Boston or East of Rt. 495:

From Lowell or North: Rt. 495 to Rt. 2 West to Rt. 190 South to Exit 4 West Boylston Street, South 1½ miles to campus.

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Graduate and Professional Studies

Fall 2011 129 / Undergraduate Center Road

NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID BOSTON,MA PERMIT NO. 55356

P.O. Box 5000 Dudley, MA 01571-5000

Registration for Fall 2011 courses begins on July 18, 2011 Classes begin on Monday, August 29, 2011

gps.nichols.edu Your Success Is Our Business

Contact us at 800-243-3844 or profstudies@nichols.edu, and we’ll help you get started.

Earn a Nichols degree online or at a convenient location in Massachusetts. Online Programs: Associate of Arts in General Studies Associate in Business Administration Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Criminal Justice Management Finance General Business Marketing Master of Business Administration Concentrations in: Accounting/Finance Management Marketing International Management Sport Management Security Management General Business Master of Organizational Leadership Certificate in Advanced Leadership Studies

Onsite Programs in Dudley, Auburn, Devens, Gardner and Worcester: Associate in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration* Master of Business Administration Master of Organizational Leadership* Certificate in Advanced Leadership Studies* * Not all courses are offered in all locations

Succeed with Nichols 

Small class sizes, affordable tuition, access to experienced Academic Advisors and a flexible transfer credit policy are guarantees at Nichols.

Quality instruction is provided by approachable, adult-friendly faculty.

You will be able to apply what you've learned in your work life right away.


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