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SALEMSTATE.EDU/GRADUATE

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES Summer 2017 Classes

GRADUATE OPEN HOUSE

March 25, 2017 / 10 am – 12 noon Classroom Building, Central Campus Register at salemstate.edu/graduate


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School of Graduate Studies

Summer 2017 Course Schedule CONTENTS

information 3 Registration 5 Financial 5 Classroom Key GRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULES

7 Online 9 All Summer 10 Summer Courses I 12 Summer Courses II 14 Summer Institutes I 15 Summer Institutes II

MAP

SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CHECK NAVIGATOR FOR ALL UPDATES Visit catalog.salemstate.edu for courses descriptions and additional academic information.

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INFORM SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Arts

Master of Science

Licensure Only

English

Behavior Analysis

Early Childhood Education – Initial Licensure

History

Counseling

Elementary Education – Initial License

Criminal Justice

Elementary Education – Professional License Reading, Initial License

Art, Initial License

Direct Entry/Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

School Counseling – Initial License

Art, Professional License

Geo-Information Science

Special Education – Initial License

English to Speakers of Other Languages

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Special Education – Professional License

English

Mathematics

Teacher of Mathematics 5-8, 8-12, Fast Track Licensure

Mathematics

Master of Science in Nursing

Middle School Mathematics, Initial Licensure Option

Nursing (Nursing Leadership in Health Systems or Nursing Education)

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Initial Licensure

Middle School Mathematics

Nursing/Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Master of Arts in Teaching

History

Spanish

Master of Arts/Master of Arts in Teaching English, Master of Arts/Master of Arts in Teaching

Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration

Master of Education Early Childhood Education – Initial Licensure Early Childhood Education – Advanced Studies Elementary Education – Initial License Elementary Education – Advanced Studies Higher Education in Student Affairs Leadership in Physical Education and Movement Studies Library Media Studies Middle School Education, Humanities – Initial License

BA Art/MEd in Secondary Education

Master of Social Work Master of Social Work

Graduate Certificates

BA History/MEd in Secondary Education

Advanced Graduate Study in Autism Spectrum Disorders

BA Theatre Arts/MEd in Secondary Education

Business Counseling, Certificate of Advanced Professional Studies Digital Studies Financial Planning Foundations of Computer Science Geo-Information Science Certificate Holocaust and Genocide Studies Nursing Education Public History

BS in Education/MEd in Early Childhood Education BS in Education/MEd in Elementary Education BS in Mathematics/MEd in Secondary Education Occupational Therapy BS/MS BS in Psychology/MS in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology BS in Sport and Movement Science/MEd in Physical Education

Public Policy and Administration

School Counseling (Pre K-8), (5-12)

Strategic Communications

Secondary Education – Non-Licensure Track

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

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Criminal Justice, BS to MS

Advanced Professional Certificate in Applied BS Communications/Graduate Certificate in Behavior Analysis Strategic Communications

Sport Development and Management

Special Education – Advanced Studies

BA English/MAT English to Speakers of Other Languages BA English/MEd in Secondary Education

Reading

Special Education – Initial License

Combined Undergraduate/Graduate Programs

Visit: salemstate.edu/graduate for more information


MATION REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

REGISTRATION DATES AND TIMES

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES ONLINE Priority Self– Service for Returning DEGREE-SEEKING Students*

Starts: Monday, February 27, 2017 (8:30 am) Returning, matriculated (degree-seeking), Salem State Students Navigator: navigator.salemstate.edu Self-Service for Returning NON-DEGREE Students*

Starts: Monday, March 6, 2017 (8:30 am) Navigator: navigator.salemstate.edu Self-Service for NEW NON-DEGREE Students

Starts: Monday, March 6, 2017 Online: salemstate.edu/nondegree *Please note that only returning students who have registered for a class in the last two years may register through Navigator. If you need your account reactivated, please contact the Student Navigation Center at 978.542.8000 or walk in to the service office on the second floor of the Central Campus classroom building. It may take up to 48 hours for you to register online if you request your account reactivation by telephone.

REGISTRATION HOW TO REGISTER Students may register for an unrestricted summer course with available seats before the first class meeting. Students wishing to register for a course after the first meeting must obtain permission from the instructor and visit the Student Navigation Center to register for the class after the permission has been issued. Permission to register after the first class meeting is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of the course instructor. Students may register for courses using our convenient online registration system, available 24/7 via Navigator. Payment may be made online using MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit cards (a 2.75% fee will be charged). Students registering online may also use our convenient electronic check process to pay for courses. Students may register in person at the Student Navigator Center on the second floor of the Central classroom building during normal business hours. Students who register via Navigator should check their schedules in that system.

ONLINE REGISTRATION Online Registration is the fastest and easiest way for students to register for Continuing Studies courses. To use Online Registration, just log into Navigator and choose the Registration link under Quick Links. If you have any questions regarding registration, you may contact the Student Navigation Center at 978.542.8000 or navcenter@salemstate.edu.

FIRST-TIME SELF-SERVICE FOR NON-DEGREE STUDENTS New non-degree students may utilize the First-Time Self-Service at salemstate.edu/nondegree. This system allows students to create a student account and register online for the first time. After this initial registration, non-degree students will be able to use Navigator to register, access grades and update personal information. Please note that utilizing this system does not constitute admission to a degree program.

Visit catalog.salemstate.edu for courses descriptions and additional academic information.

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INFORM COURSE CANCELLATIONS Classes not meeting minimum enrollments may be cancelled. Classes will be cancelled approximately one week before the start of the semester. In the case of summer institutes, it may be cancelled up to one week before the first class meeting. If your course has been cancelled, use online registration to add a new course, provided that the new course has space available. If you need assistance in choosing an alternative course, consult with the School of Graduate Studies. They may be reached at 978.542.6323 or via email at graduate@salemstate.edu. Remember, early enrollment helps to prevent cancellations!

CHANGES IN REGISTRATION OR DROPPING COURSES When using online registration to drop a course, the course must be dropped one calendar day prior to the course’s first scheduled class meeting; otherwise, a “W” (withdrawal) grade will be assigned. Please note that there is no add/drop period for graduate courses.

WITHDRAWAL FROM COURSES Withdrawals can be completed online and will result in a grade of “W” for the course. Please note that lack of attendance does not constitute a withdrawal. Students who feel they may be eligible for a refund should check the refund policy. Withdrawal from an academic program does not automatically withdraw the student from registered courses. Withdrawal from all courses may impact financial aid eligibility. Graduate students must withdraw by the fourth class meeting or they will receive a grade of F.

ACADEMIC CATALOGS It is the responsibility of every degree-seeking student to consult the academic policies contained in their academic catalog. The catalogs are available at catalog.salemstate.edu.

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TUITION AND FEE INFORMATION SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES By registering for courses at Salem State University, you will be held responsible for all charges associated with your registration activity for the term. For tuition and fee information, please visit salemstate.edu/tuition and look for summer session information. These rates apply to regularly scheduled summer courses. Courses offered in special accelerated formats, such as institutes, are charged separately and priced individually. Please review the specific class information in this brochure for the cost of individual institute classes.

REFUND POLICY SUMMER GRADUATE AND CONTINUING STUDIES COURSES The following are the current refund policies currently for evening and graduate students. All summer courses fall under this refund policy. If you have any specific questions regarding your refund, please contact the Student Navigation Center at 978-542-8000 or via email at navcenter@salemstate.edu.

Refund Policy for summer sessions and other short semesters: Withdrawal before first meeting Withdrawal before second meeting Withdrawal after second meeting

100% refund less $20 administration fee 90% tuition only refund No Refund

Refund Policy for special format and non-credit courses: Withdrawal before first meeting Withdrawal before second meeting Withdrawal after second meeting

100% refund less $20 administration fee 50% tuition only refund No Refund

NOTE: Refunds are based on dates of scheduled class meetings, not on attendance. Refunds will be processed through the bursar’s office and sent to students approximately 6 weeks after withdrawal notification by the student. Tuition and fees are refunded if the university cancels the course. We are not responsible for finance charges incurred on your credit card statement.


MATION REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

FINANCIAL AID Summer Financial Aid Applications available online February 21, 2017 Before you register: •

You must be a matriculated (fully admitted degree-seeking) student by May 1, 2017 to apply for summer financial aid.

You must have a 2015-2016 FAFSA on file with Salem State University. (The Salem State University school code is #002188).

Your file must be complete (any required FAFSA documentation received) by April 4

Your 2016-2017 FAFSA must be in by May 8 if you wish to know your eligibility before classes begin.

Available financial aid: •

Summer Stafford Loan awards will be determined by your remaining Stafford Loan eligibility from the 2016-2017 school year.

If you have Stafford Loan eligibility, you must enroll in a minimum of 6 credits.

Summer Pell Grant is available to Pell eligible students who were not full-time (12 credits) in the fall 2016 or spring 2017 semesters.

CLASSROOM KEY North Campus (Lafayette Street, Salem) HM

Horace Mann Laboratory School

L Library LA

Lafayette St. Annex (287 Lafayette St.)

MH

Meier Hall

Important information:

RYLH

Ryan Lecture Hall (Meier Hall 426)

Financial Aid Funds are earned based upon days of attendance. Students not completing their summer courses will be subjected to the Return of Title IV policy resulting in loss of aid, AFTER classes have concluded. This will result in you being responsible for any remaining balance for your classes.

SLH

Slater Lecture Hall (Meier Hall 444)

SB

Sullivan Building

If you change your enrollment, OR you do not attend, OR do not complete a registered course, then your aid will be adjusted and you will likely owe a balance. Summer aid revisions continue to take place even AFTER the summer session ends.

AB

Academic Building

HB

Harrington Building

Emergency loans and book advances are not available in the summer.

Loring Ave ST

Stanley Building

South Campus (Harrison Road, Salem)

Athletic Center (Canal Street, Salem) GC

Gassett Fitness Center

OK

O’Keefe Building

Central Campus (Loring Ave, Salem) CC

Central Campus Building

ECC

Enterprise Center

Visit catalog.salemstate.edu for courses descriptions and additional academic information.

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School of Graduate Studies

Online Full Summer | May 22 - August 19 SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR

DATE

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ATTRIBUTES/FEE

EDUCATION EDS750

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1425

APPLIED LEAD IN HIGHER ED

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

TBA

ONLINE

EDU776

11

1427

CURR ISSUES STU AFFAIRS

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

TBA

ONLINE

EDG790

11

1424

INTRO TO SPECIAL EDUCATION

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Scott, K

ONLINE

EDU869A

11

1426

DESIGN&PROD MEDIA MTLS FOR ALL

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Smith, P

ONLINE

EDU985A

P11

1428

PRACT STU AFFAIRS I

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Brossoit, L

ONLINE

EDU985A

P12

1429

PRACT STU AFFAIRS I

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Licitra, D

ONLINE

EDU985B

P11

1430

PRACT STU AFFAIRS II

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Brossoit, L

ONLINE

EDU985B

P12

1431

PRACT STU AFFAIRS II

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Licitra, D

ONLINE

EEC809

11

1433

POLICY & ADVOCACY IN ECE

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

TBA

ONLINE

LBS710

11

1531

REF MTLS & RESEARCH

3

5/22 - 8/19

ONLINE

Morgan, M

ONLINE

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For up-to-date course offerings, please visit Navigator.


SGS SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

Online Summer Session I | May 22 – July 1 SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR

DATE

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ATTRIBUTES/FEE

COMMUNICATIONS COM700

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1292

INTRO STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Smith, A

ONLINE

1124

RACE, CLASS & ETHNICITY & CJ

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Rodgers, F

ONLINE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJ703

01

EDUCATION EDC835

01

1550

PRACTICUM SEMINAR I IN ECE

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Charner-Laird, M

ONLINE

EDG705

01

1438

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

TBA

ONLINE

EDU737

01

1446

THEORIES THNKG&LRNG

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Worster, A

ONLINE

EDU738

01

1447

ED RESRCH ACROSS CUR

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

TBA

ONLINE

EDU767

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1134

LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Pomerantz, F

ONLINE

EDU876

01

1448

GLOBAL PERS CULT DIV

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

TBA

ONLINE

ENG713

01

1095

DIGITAL HUMANITIES

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Risam, R

ONLINE

ENG771

01

1096

SOCIOLINGUISTICS

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Whitlow, C

ONLINE

ENG859

01

1099

TEACHING GRAMMAR TO ELLS

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Dietrich, S

ONLINE

1008

CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Bahnan, N

ONLINE

ENGLISH

MARKETING MKT800

01

POLITICAL SCIENCE POL721

01

1013

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Bellino, G

ONLINE

POL760

01

1014

GLOBAL POLICY ANALYSIS

3

5/22 - 7/1

ONLINE

Bellino, G

ONLINE

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School of Graduate Studies

Online Summer Session II | July 10 – August 19 SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR

DATE

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ATTRIBUTES/FEE

ACCOUNTING and FINANCE ACC830

21

1009

ADVANCED ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Hall, L

ONLINE

1304

TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMUNICATIONS

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Cook, J

ONLINE

21

1459

EFFECT UDL CLASSROOM PRACTICES

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Morgen, J

ONLINE

21

1109

DIGITAL WRITING

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Risam, R

ONLINE

1522

SEMINAR IN GIS APPLICATION I

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Strohschein, D

ONLINE

1074

NON-VIOLENCE THEORY & PRAC

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Mallick, K

ONLINE

1526

SPECIAL TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY PERSONALITY AT WORK

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

Goswami, A

ONLINE

COMMUNICATIONS COM710

21

EDUCATION EDU990E ENGLISH ENG830

GEOGRAPHY GPH953

21

PHILOSOPHY PHL704

21

PSYCHOLOGY PSY993

21

SOCIAL WORK SWK862R

21

1371

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

ONLINE

SWK867

21

1374

DISABILITY IN HUMAN SERVICES

3

7/10 - 8/19

ONLINE

ONLINE

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For up-to-date course offerings, please visit Navigator.


SGS SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

Full Summer 12 Weeks | May – August SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ATTRIBUTES/FEE

PSYCHOLOGY PSY731

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1278

COUNS THEORY & PRAC I

3

TH

5/25 - 8/19

3:30 - 5:50

MH 240

Walinsky, D

PSY732

11

1279

COUNS THEORY & PRAC II

3

TH

5/25 - 8/19

3:30 - 5:50

MH 241

Mobley, M

PSY930N

11

1280

PRACTICUM

4

T

5/23 - 8/19

3:30 - 5:50

MH 240

Libby, S

PSY930N

12

1281

PRACTICUM

4

T

5/23 - 8/19

3:30 - 5:50

MH 241

TBA

PSY931R

11

1283

INTERNSHIP

4

T

5/23 - 8/19

3:30 - 5:50

MH 323

Paige, S

PSY931R

12

1284

INTERNSHIP

4

T

5/23 - 8/19

3:30 - 5:50

MH 106

TBA

SOCIAL WORK SWK706

11

1148

COMMUNITY PRACTICE

3

SAT 5/27 - 8/19

9:00 - 11:40

LA 102

TBA

SWK707

11

1150

RESEARCH FOR SOCIAL WORK

3

SAT 5/27 - 8/19

9:00 - 11:40

LA 103

Sammet Moring, N

SWK707

12

1151

RESEARCH FOR SOCIAL WORK

3

M

5/22 - 8/19

6:00 - 8:40

LA 103

SWK707

13

1152

RESEARCH FOR SOCIAL WORK

3

W

5/24 - 8/19

6:00 - 8:40

LA 103

SWK715

11

1149

HUMAN DIVERSITY & SOCIAL WORK

3

SAT 5/27 - 8/19

1:40 - 3:40

LA 103

3

5/22 - 8/19

SPORT MOVEMENT and SCIENCE CRH706

11

1130

BIOSTATS FOR CLINICAL TRIALS

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School of Graduate Studies

Summer Session I May – June SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ATTRIBUTES/FEE

ACCOUNTING and FINANCE FIN757

01

1003 INCOME TAX PLANNING

3

W

5/25 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

CC 114

Chene, D

HYB

FIN785

01

1004 CASE STUDIES IN FINANCIAL PLAN

3

M

5/22 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

CC 114

Kudrimoti, S

HYB

FIN800

01

1005 FINANCIAL DECISION MAKING

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

CC 243

Kudrimoti, S

01

1119

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

MH 300

Sinnett, G

3

F

5/26 - 7/1

4:30 - 10:00 SB 202

ART ART732

TOPICS IN CONTEMPORARY ART

EDUCATION EDS739

01

1441 READING AND DISABILITIES

SASU 5/27 - 7/1

8:00 - 2:00

SB 202

Pendergast, J

EDS860

01

1439 SHELTERING CONTENT FOR ELLS

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

SB 209

TBA

EDS860

02

1440 SHELTERING CONTENT FOR ELLS

3

SAT

5/27 - 7/1

8:30 - 4:30

SB 209

TBA

EDS810

01

1442 ADAPTIVE & ASSISTIVE TECH

3

M

5/22 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

SB 209

Gately, J

HYB

EDU717

01

1445 ADV FOUNDATIONS EDU

3

TH

5/25 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

SB 307

Oliver, S

HYB

EDU725

01

1132 INTRO TO LITERACY DEVEL

3

T

5/23 - 7/1

5:30 - 8:30

SB 310

Condie, C

HYB

EDU735N

01

1452 CAREER ED & DEV: I, P, P

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

SB 300

Neely, J

HYB

EDU739

01

1133 LITERACY INSTRUCTION & ASSESS

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

5:30 - 8:30

SB 300

Giso, R

EDU742A

01

1454 RDG WRTG & CHILD DEVEL IN ECH

3

M

5/22 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

SB 208

Cassano, C

EDU762

01

1455 SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY SCH

5/23 - 7/1

5:00 - 8:00

SB 206A

Bash, C

EDU801

01

1473 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT & PBS

3

TWR

5/23 - 7/1

4:00 - 10:00

EDS840

01

1443 ASD: OVERVIEW

3

W

5/25 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

SB 202

Partain, E

EDU898

01

1456 MATH METHODS ELEM

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

5:00 - 8:00

SB 307

Halpern, P

EDU899

01

1449 SOCIAL STUDIES METHODS ELEM

5/25 - 7/1

5:30 - 8:30

SB 310

Ziakas, T

EDU999C

01

1131 TCH STUD T/WRITE (preK-12)

3

W

5/24 - 7/1

5:30 - 8:30

SB 206A

Condie, C

MSM701

01

1091 PATTRNS RELATNS ALGBRA FOR MST

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

SB 310

Yakes, C

ENG778N

01

1097 ASSESSMENT OF ELLS

3

SAT

5/27 - 7/1

8:30 - 4:30

MH 218

Filimon, N

ENG792

01

1100 INTRO TO TESOL METHODS

3

W

5/24 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

MH 218

Kositsky, N

ENG832

01

1619 TOPICS IN BRIT LIT AND CRIT

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

MH 205

Nowka, S

01

1523 COMP CARTOGRAP MODEL

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

MH 321

Blossom, J

01

1572 TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

5:30 - 8:30

SB 109

Mauriello, C

3

T

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

CC 112

Meirovich, G

1.5 T/TH

1.5 TH

HYB

Pendergast, J HYB

HYB

ENGLISH

HYB

GEOGRAPHY GPH946 HISTORY HST899

WAR & GENOCIDE MANAGEMENT MGT780

01

1006 MGMT THEORY & APPLIC

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SGS SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ATTRIBUTES/FEE

MARKETING 01

1007 MANAGING INFO TECHNOLOGY

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

CC 113

Jain, A

MAT702N

01

1088 RESEARCH TCH METH MATH I

3

TH

5/25 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

SB 305A

Beckett, T

MAT707

01

1089 MATH STATISTICS

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

SB 305A

Weiner, D

MAT750

01

1090 HISTORY-MATHEMATICS

3

T

5/25 - 7/1

4:30 - 6:50

SB 305A

Belock, J

MSM701

01

1091 PATTRNS RELATNS ALGBRA FOR MST

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

SB 310

Yakes, C

01

1568 INTRO INTERPROFESSIONAL PRA

3

M/W

5/22 - 5/24 5:00 - 9:00

HB 201

W

5/23 - 5/31 5:00 - 9:00

HB 201

Gawrys, C/ Silveira, J/ Springer, C

M/W

6/5 - 6/7

5:00 - 9:00

HB 201

MIS800 MATH

HYB

HYB

NURSING NUR827   NUR833

01

1128 ADV PRAC NSG ADULT GERO TH I

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

4:30 - 7:30

HB 205

Freydin, E

HYB

PSYCHOLOGY PSY720

01

1286 THEORIES-PERSONALITY

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

MH 240

McLellan, M

PSY740

01

1287 DIFFERNTAL DIAGNOSIS

3

T

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

MH 241

Libby, S

PSY777R

01

1288 LEG&ETH ISS HUM SVS

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:30 - 9:30

MH 323

Mobley, M

PSY840

01

1289 ETHICAL ISSUES IN ABA

3

W

5/24 - 7/1

5:30 - 8:30

MH 241

Snyder, R

HYB

HYB

SOCIAL WORK SWK721

P1

1343 FIELD EDUCATION I

3

ARR

5/22 - 7/1

SWK721

P2

1344 FIELD EDUCATION I

3

ARR

5/22 - 7/1

SWK721

P3

1345 FIELD EDUCATION I

3

ARR

5/22 - 7/1

SWK735

01

1346 PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOLOGY

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:00 - 9:00

LA 103

SWK796

01

1347 SEM: HUMAN BEHAVIOR

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:00 - 9:00

LA 117

SWK796

02

1348 SEM: HUMAN BEHAVIOR

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:00 - 9:00

LA 105

SWK798

P1

1349 BRIDGE FIELD EDUCATION I

3

TH

5/25 - 7/1

2:00 - 5:00

LA 104

SWK798

P2

1350 BRIDGE FIELD EDUCATION I

3

TH

5/25 - 7/1

2:00 - 5:00

LA 117

SWK798

P3

1351 BRIDGE FIELD EDUCATION I

3

TH

5/25 - 7/1

2:00 - 5:00

LA 102

SWK841

P1

1352 FIELD EDUCATION III

4

ARR

5/22 - 7/1

$35

SWK841

P2

1353 FIELD EDUCATION III

4

ARR

5/22 - 7/1

$35

SWK850R

01

1357 SELECTED TOPICS: C/FS

3

T/TH

5/23 - 7/1

6:00 - 9:00

LA 104

3

T

5/23 - 7/1

8:30 - 4:30

LA 105

DeChillo, M Green, L

HYB

CHILD & FAMILY TRAUMA SWK860

01

SELECTED TOPICS: H/MH WORKING W/ MILITARY & FAMILIES

SWK862R

01

1354 SUBSTANCE ABUSE

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

6:00 - 9:00

LA 104

SWK865

01

1355 PSYCH TRAUMA: ASSESSMENT

3

M/W

5/22 - 7/1

6:00 - 9:00

LA 102

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SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR ATTRIBUTES/FEE

ART ART750

21

1120 CULT DVRSTY ART EXPR

3

M/W

7/13 - 8/19 4:30 - 7:30

MH 302

Rohloff, R

HB 111

Girgen, J

HYB

HYB

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 21

1125 TOPICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

3

M

7/10 -8/14

EDS793

21

1110

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 4:30 - 7:30

SB 206A

Caraballo, F

EDU738

21

1457 ED RESRCH ACROSS CUR

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 4:30 - 7:30

SB 307

TBA

EDU762

21

1554 SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY SCH

7/13 - 8/19 5:30 - 8:30

SB 301

Cervoni, C

9:00 - 12:00 SB 301

Cervoni, C

CRJ714

5:30 - 8:30

EDUCATION SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

1.5 TH

SAT

7/29/17

EDU898

21

1553 MATH METHODS ELEM

3

T

7/11 - 8/19 5:30 - 8:30

SB 307

EDU999C

21

1460 TCH STUD T/WRITE (preK-12)

3

M-F

7/17 -7/21

EDU999TT

21

1461 ADVANCED TEACHING ECE AND ELED

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

SB 302

Allen, A

MSM717

21

1092 HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS FOR MST

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 1:30 - 4:30

SB 301

Yakes, C

21

1108 LINGUISTICS FOR LANGUAGE TEACH

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 4:30 - 7:30

MH 205

21

1144 THE ENLIGHTENMENT

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 5:30 - 8:30

SB 109

ChapmanAdisho, A

1010 LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

CC 236

Goodof, D

8:00 - 12:00 SB 302

TBA McGreevy, A

HYB

ENGLISH ENG776

HYB

HISTORY HST861

MANAGEMENT BUS802

21

MARKETING ODS800

21

1555 OPERATIONS MANAGEMNT

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

CC 113

Vaccaro, P

MAT807

21

1093 STATISTICAL INFERENC

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

SB 306A

Weiner, D

MAT710

21

1094 FOUNDATIONS OF MATH

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

SB 306A

Weiner, D

PSYCHOLOGY PSY705

21

1297 LIFESPAN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

MH 321

McLellan, M

PSY733

21

1298 PRINC PSYCH TESTING

3

W

7/12 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

MH 240

Weida, A

PSY741

21

1300 GROUP COUNSELING

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

MH 240

Selden, D

PSY825

21

1301 BEH. ASSESSMENT

3

W

7/12 - 8/19 5:30 - 8:30

MH 218

Imming, R

PSY877

21

1302 PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:30 - 9:30

MH 241

Knoepfler, C

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HYB

HYB

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SGS SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR ATTRIBUTES/FEE

SOCIAL WORK SWK722

P21

1358 FIELD EDUCATION II

3

ARR

7/10 - 8/19

SWK722

P22

1359 FIELD EDUCATION II

3

ARR

7/10 - 8/19

SWK722

P23

1360 FIELD EDUCATION II

3

ARR

7/10 - 8/19

SWK735

21

1361 PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOLOGY

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 102

SWK735

22

1362 PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOLOGY

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 104

SWK797

21

1363 SEMINAR IN HBSE/PRAC:ADV STAND

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 104

SWK797

22

1364 SEMINAR IN HBSE/PRAC:ADV STAND

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 102

SWK799

P21

1365 BRIDGE FIELD EDUCATION II

3

R

7/10 - 8/19 2:00 - 5:00

LA 102

SWK799

P22

1366 BRIDGE FIELD EDUCATION II

3

R

7/10 - 8/19 2:00 - 5:00

LA 117

SWK799

P23

1367 BRIDGE FIELD EDUCATION II

3

R

7/10 - 8/19 2:00 - 5:00

LA 105

SWK842

P21

1368 FIELD EDUCATION IV

4

ARR

7/10 - 8/19

$35

SWK842

P22

1369 FIELD EDUCATION IV

4

ARR

7/10 - 8/19

$35

SWK860

21

1370 SELECTED TOPICS: H/MH

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 105

SWK864

21

1372 SHORT TERM/BRIEF INTERVENTION

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 117

SWK865

21

1373 PSYCH TRAUMA: ASSESSMENT

3

M/W

7/10 - 8/19 6:00 - 9:00

LA 004

3

T/TH

7/11 - 8/19 9:00 - 12:00 OK 129

Abboud, G

W

7/12 - 8/19 9:00 - 12:00 OK 01

Abboud, G

W

7/12 - 8/19 7:00 - 10:00 OK 205A

TBA

SPORT MOVEMENT and SCIENCE SMS711

21

1561 ADVANCED EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

 SMS732

21

1303 TACTICAL GAME APROACH TEACH PE

3

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HYB

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Summer I Institutes May – June SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR ATTRIBUTES/FEE

BIOLOGY 91

1277 ESTUARINE ECOLOGY

4

M-F

6/26 - 6/30 8:30 - 4:30

MH 444

Buttner, J

$1,298.50

EDU704

91

1468 MULTI-CULT ISSUES STDNT AFFAIR

3

M-F

6/19 - 6/23 8:30 - 4:30

SB 307

Brossoit, L

$1,298.50

EDU719

91

1469 STU AFFAIRS: THEORY RES PRAC

3

M-F

6/19 - 6/23 8:30 - 4:30

SB 310

Carducci, R

$1,298.50

BIO706 EDUCATION

PSYCHOLOGY PSY787

91

1122 ORGANIZATIONAL CONSULTING

3

M-F

6/5 - 6/9

8:30 - 4:30

MH 346

Sterling, H

$1,298.50

PSY990

91

1275 SPECIAL TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY

3

M-F

6/19 - 6/23 8:30 - 4:30

MH 321

Vincent, T

$1,298.50

DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY SOCIAL WORK SWK821

91

1569 SOC WORK/INTERVENTION FAMILY

3

M-F

5/22 - 5/26 8:30 - 4:30

SWK871

91

1570 SOCIAL WORK/ELDERS AND FAMILY

3

M-F

5/30 - 6/5

SWK880R

91

1603 *INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND SEMINAR

3

ARR

6/13 - 6/23

8:30 - 4:30

Greenberg, S $1,298.50 LA 004

Greenberg, S $1,298.50 Eshet, D

*Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies Rwanda Travel Dates: 6/13/17-6/23/17 Registration and payment in commitment course (NCTRV101) must be completed by 3/15/17. Final registration and payment in NCTRV102 must be completed by 4/10/2017. All travel payments are nonrefundable.

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SGS SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

Summer II Institutes July – August SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR ATTRIBUTES/FEE

TH/F

8/3 - 8/4

8:30 - 4:30

AB 305

TBA

M-F

8/7 - 8/11

8:30 - 4:30

AB 305

TBA

ART ART717

91

1604 PAINTING

3

$1,298.50

EDUCATION EDC772

91

1232 METHODS TCHG HISTORY I

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

Austin, B

$1,298.50

EDS739

91

1622 READING AND DISABILITIES

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 3:30

Porcaro, K

$1,298.50

EDS850

91

1471 ASD: BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

HB 115

Pendergast, J $1,298.50

EDU730A

91

1470 COLLEGE ADM COUN

3

M-F

7/24 - 7/28 8:30 - 4:30

SB 302

Glasser, V

$1,298.50

EDU734

91

1557 MEAS INTELL-WECHSLER

3

M-F

7/31 - 8/4

8:30 - 4:30

SB 307

TBA

$1,298.50

EDU759N

91

1534 MATH FOR ELEM & MIDDLE SCHOOL

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

SB 307

Goldberg, C

$1,298.50

EDU767

91

1462 LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

SB 302

Hallion, P

HYB/$1,298.5

EDU801

91

1472 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT & PBS

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

HB 115

Pendergast, J $1,298.50

EDU814

91

1458 READING, WRITING, CONTENT AREA

3

M-F

7/24 - 7/28 8:30 - 4:30

SB 307

Rabold, J

$1,298.50

EDU855

91

1580 COMMUNITY RES WORKSOHP

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

SB 300

Austin, B

$1,298.50

EDU857A

91

1620 CONSULTATIONS & COLLABORATIONS

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

SB 307

Collins, A

$1,298.50

ENG761

91

1618 SHAKESPEARE TEACHER INSTITUTE

3

M-F

8/7 - 8/11

8:30 - 4:30

MH 205

Theis, J

$1,298.50

ENG823

91

1114

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

MH 344

Buchanan, P

$1,298.50

ENG831AN

91

1524 TOPICS IN AMER LIT & CRITICISM

3

M-F

8/14 - 8/18 8:30 - 4:30

MH 205

Valens, K

$1,298.50

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

MH 300

Flynn, R

$1,298.50

3

M-F

7/24 - 7/28 8:30 - 4:30

MH 205

Rodrigue, T

$1,298.50

3

WR

7/5 - 7/6

8:30 - 10:50 MH 323

Matchak, S

$1,186

ARR

7/7 - 7/19

WR

7/5 - 7/6

8:30 - 4:30

Matchak, S

$2,272

ARR

7/7 - 7/19

ENGLISH

STUDIES: GRAMMER & STYLE CLAUDE MCKAY IN DIGITAL AGE

ENG833

91

1525 TOPICS IN WRITING WALKING

ENG833

92

1605 TOPICS IN WRITING COMPOSING WITH SOUND

GEOGRAPHY GPH900

91

1160 *SEMINAR IN GEOGRAPHY

GPH900    

92

1161 *SEMINAR IN GEOGRAPHY

6

MH 321

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SGS SUMMER COURSE SCHEDULE

Summer II Institutes July – August SUBJECT

SEC CL#

COURSE

CR DAYS

DATE

TIME

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR ATTRIBUTES/FEE

HISTORY HST702

91

1233 METH TECH TCH HIST

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

Austin, B

$1,298.50

HST704

91

1579 HISTORY ALIVE

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

SB 109

Austin, B

$1,298.50

HST706

91

1135 INS: PRE PST:ENRIC SS

3

M-F

7/24 - 7/28 8:30 - 4:30

SB 109

Jay, B

$1,298.50

HST709

91

1136 INST: STUDY LOC HIST

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

SB 109

Morrison, D

$1,298.50

HST809

91

1138 TOPICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

SB 111

Baker, E

$1,298.50

HST809

92

1236 TOPICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

3

M-F

7/24 - 7/28 8:30 - 4:30

SB 111

Darien, A

$1,298.50

HST899

91

1139 TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

SB 111

Seger, D

$1,298.50

HST952

91

1140 COLD WAR IN ASIA

3

M-F

8/7 - 8/11

SB 109

Li, L

$1,298.50

HST991

91

1142 *HISTORY STUDY & TRAVEL SEMINAR

3

ARR

7/7 - 7/19

8:30 - 4:30

Mauriello, C

*for more detailed information: salemstate.edu/~cmauriello/Study_Travel.htm PSYCHOLOGY PSY820

91

1274 SUBSTANCE ABUSE

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

MH 346

Chisholm, S

$1,298.50

PSY992

91

1276 SPECIAL TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY

3

M-F

7/17 - 7/21 8:30 - 4:30

MH 342

Gaddis, S

$1,298.50

3

M-F

7/10 - 7/14 8:30 - 4:30

OK 213

Fuller, H

$1,298.50

SPORT MOVEMENT & SCIENCE SMS803

91

1126 TRENDS & ISSUES HLTH

CLASSROOM KEY NORTH CAMPUS (LAFAYETTE STREET, SALEM) HM HORACE MANN LABORATORY SCHOOL L LIBRARY LA LAFAYETTE ST. ANNEX (287 LAFAYETTE ST.) MH MEIER HALL RYLH RYAN LECTURE HALL (MEIER HALL 426) SLH SLATER LECTURE HALL (MEIER HALL 444) SB SULLIVAN BUILDING LORING AVE ST STANLEY BUILDING

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SOUTH CAMPUS (HARRISON ROAD, SALEM) AB ACADEMIC BUILDING HB HARRINGTON BUILDING ATHLETIC CENTER (CANAL STREET, SALEM) GC GASSETT FITNESS CENTER OK O’KEEFE BUILDING CENTRAL CAMPUS (LORING AVE, SALEM) CC CENTRAL CAMPUS BUILDING ECC ENTERPRISE CENTER

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North Campus 1. Sullivan Building (SB) School of Graduate Studies / School of Education / School of Continuing and Professional Studies 2. Administration Building (ADM) 3. Human Resources and Equal Opportunity C 4. Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts 5. Commons Dining Hall P 6. Meier Hall (MH) / College of Arts and Sciences F 7. Peabody Residence Hall (PH) 8. North Campus Parking Garage 35 9. Berry Library and Learning Commons (BL) 10. Ellison Campus Center (ECC) O’Keefe Complex 34 11. Alumni Plaza F 12. Horace Mann Laboratory School (HM) 33 13. Bowditch Residence Hall (BH)

North Campus

12

F

P

F

13

6

10

o

9

ll eg e D ri ve

30

29

C

14

F

P

Colle

F 7

Central Campus

17

F 19

25 26 Admissions Visitor Parking

C

20 24

TOBACCO FREE CAMPUS

39. Academic Building (AB) 40. Alumni House (AH) / Institutional Advancement 41. Preschool

E

E

21

F

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South Campus C

23

P

F

 36 P

P

8

P

18

27

Upper South Campus

37

F

16

36. Harrington Building (HB) / College of Health and Human Services / School of Nursing 37. South Campus Gymnasium 38. Bates Residence Complex (BC)

C

rive ge D

28

F

4

2

5

11

South Campus

P

F 39

F C

41

40

Upper South Campus 1/17

3 F

15

Alumni Field Pool Twohig Gymnasium Gassett Fitness Center (GF) Rockett Arena

38

N

1 P

C

Media Services / ITS Laptop Support Classroom Building (CC) / Bertolon School of Business Student Navigation Center Recital Hall University Police Marsh Conference Center / Dining Commons Marsh Residence Hall (MAR) Atlantic Residence Hall (ATL) / Residence Life Baseball Field Tennis Courts Agganis Building / Enterprise Center (ENT) Bookstore Admissions Viking Residence Hall (VH) Salem Diner Stanley Building (STLY) / ITS / Shipping and Receiving Theatre Department Annex

O’Keefe Complex (OK) 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

31

32

Central Campus 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

School of Social Work and International Programs (LA) (.2 Miles)

F

Shuttle Bus Stop

P

Parking

C

Handicapped Commuter Student Enterprise Center

E

F

Emergency Phone

Accessible Entrance Faculty/Staff Metered

Electric Car (EV) Charging Station

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