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Summer 2012 Session


WHY TAKE YOUR SUMMER COURSES AT THIEL COLLEGE? By focusing on a limited number of courses, summer students can immerse themselves fully in the topic of their choice. Thiel’s summer courses offer the same high-quality instruction and academic performance of regular academic year courses, but are smaller, less formal and encourage interaction between students and faculty. All students at Thiel during the summer sessions have access to all academic and recreational services. Summer courses at Thiel are appropriate for students from other colleges and universities, Thiel undergraduates and others (collegebound high school students or those with a bachelor’s degree) looking to delve deeply into an academic topic, earn college credit and take advantage of the educational excellence offered by Thiel College. For more information about summer courses at Thiel College, contact the Thiel Academic Records Office at 724-589-2110.


TABLE OF CONTENTS Enrollment Information........................................ 3 Student Course Load........................................... 4 Fees....................................................................... 5 Housing................................................................. 6 Day Classes........................................................... 7 May Session Class Offerings............................... 8 June Session Class Offerings.............................. 9 July Session Class Offerings.............................. 10 Evening Classes.................................................. 11 Online Classes...............................................12-13 Registration Form.............................................. 14

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ENROLLMENT INFORMATION Thiel College offers a moderate selection of college-level courses during the summer. Classes are designed for both degree-oriented students and community persons interested in personal enrichment. We invite you to register for the course(s) of your choice. Thiel College offers day classes: May Session: May 7 – May 25 June Session: June 4 – June 29 July Session: July 6 – August 2 Thiel College also offers: Evening Session: Mid-May – Mid-July.

Please refer to schedule of classes (page 11) for the actual dates of each class. NOTE: No classes meet Monday, May 28.

Online Session: Mid-May – August 5. Please refer to schedule of classes (page 12-13) for the actual dates of each class.

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STUDENT COURSE LOAD Due to the condensed time of each term and the accelerated pace of instruction, each student should be aware that eight credit hours is considered to be a full load. A maximum of eight credit hours is recommended. Thiel Students: Students taking course work to meet graduation requirements should consult with their academic adviser. Independent study will be permitted and is encouraged; please see your academic adviser for details. Thiel College reserves the right to cancel classes with fewer than five students enrolled unless the instructor offering the course with fewer than five students is willing to teach the course.

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FEES Tuition charges for classroom instruction and physical education courses during summer sessions will be at the summer rate of $770 per credit hour. Dual enrollment students may register from a select list of classes for a fee of $199 per credit hour. See course listings on pages 8-13 for classes available to dual enrollment students. Cooperative education credits will be charged at the rate of $770 per credit hour and registration must be approved through the Career Services Office (724-5892014) located on the first floor of Roth Hall. Laboratory and HPED physical activity fees will be applied. Statements will be sent from the Financial Services Office upon registration and payment is due 10 days prior to the first day of class. Students registering after that time will need to make payment at the Financial Services Office before attending class. The Financial Services Office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The withdrawal policy is as follows: Students may drop classes during the first two days of the session with no tuition charge. After this period, students will receive a grade of W on their transcript. A pro-rata refund of tuition will be made through 25% of the session. There is no refund after that time. Thiel College will assume a student is enrolled until written notification is sent to the Academic Records Office indicating a withdrawal from the course. The student is responsible to officially withdraw from a scheduled class. Non-attendance does not constitute a formal withdrawal from a course. 5


HOUSING Housing is available to students registered for summer classes and/or working on campus during summer months. Cost will be $100 per week. If a student is employed on campus for the summer (a minimum of 20 hours per week) housing cost will be $50 per week. Contact Rhonda Laird (rlaird@thiel.edu or 724589-2198) in the Office of Student Life, HMSC, for housing assignment and arrangements. Space is limited for summer housing, therefore, all rooms will be filled to maximum occupancy and private rooms will NOT be available. Housing tentatively will be in Davis Square Apartments. More information, including check-in and checkout dates will be available as soon as possible on the Thiel College website under Current Students – Student Life. Deadline for summer housing is Friday, April 27.

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SUMMER ACADEMIC CALENDAR AND DEADLINES

Day Calendar

May Session

June Session

July Session

Housing opens:

Sunday, May 6 4 p.m.

Sunday, June 3 4 p.m.

Thursday, July 5 4 p.m.

Payment due date:

Thursday, April 26

Friday, May 25

Tuesday., June 26

Classes begin 8 a.m.

Monday, May 7

Monday, June 4

Friday, July 6

Final day to enroll in a course:

Monday, May 7 Tuesday, June 5

Monday, July 9

Final day to drop a course:

Wed., May 9

Wed., June 6

Tuesday, July 10

Grade of W begins:

Thursday, May 10

Thursday, June 7

Wed., July 11

Final day to withdraw from a course with W:

Wed., May 16

Thursday, June 14

Friday, July 20

Classes end: Housing closes:

Friday, May 25 7 p.m.

Friday, June 29 7 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 2 7 p.m.

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MAY SESSION OFFERINGS All classes begin May 7 and end May 25. Course Sect Title CH Instructor (TYPE)

Location Days Time

BIO 125 1 Ornithology 4 Balas (LECT)

S 210 MTWTHF 8 - 9:55 a.m.

BIO 125 2 Ornithology 0 Balas (LAB) (Fee)

S 210 MTWTHF 10 a.m. - 12:55 p.m.

HIST 297 1

Sel Top: Nicaragua 3 Buck (Study Abroad)

HPED 115 1 Archery 1 Schafer (ACT) HPED 122 1

Golf 1 Thurber (ACT) (Fee)

TBA TBA GYM MPR MTWTHF Noon - 12:55 p.m. TBA TBA

HPED 130 1 Physical Fitness 1 Schafer (ACT)

BGYM MTWTHF 1 - 1:55 p.m.

HPED 199 1 Fit Life & Wellness 2 Schafer (LECT)

AC 108 MTWTHF 9 - 10:55 a.m.

HPED 315 1 Coaching Practicum 1-2 Schafer (LECT)

TBA TBA

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JUNE SESSION OFFERINGS All classes begin June 4 and end June 29. Course Sect Title CH Instructor (TYPE) HPED 122 1

Golf (ACT) (Fee)

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Thurber

HPED 133 1 Aerobics 1 Schaly (ACT) HPED 315 1 Coaching Practicum (LECT)

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INDS 115* 1 West Humanities I 4 DelMaramo (LECT)

Location Days Time TBA GYM MTWTHF TBA TBA AC 13 MTWTHF 8 - 10:20 a.m.

INDS 125* 1 West Humanities II 4 DelMaramo AC 13 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m. MATH 107* 1 College Algebra 3 Wu AC-233 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. PHIL 267 1 Ethics 3 Morgan PC 100 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. SOC 191 1 Social Problems 3 Hunchuk AC 108 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. SOC 435• 1 Popular Culture 3 Hunchuk (LECT)

AC 108 MTWTHF 1 - 2:45 p.m.

SPAN 150 1 Intro Spanish I 3 Garcia AC 137 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. * These classes available to dual enrollment students. • Writing Intensive Course

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JULY SESSION OFFERINGS All classes begin July 6 and end August 2. Course Sect Title CH Instructor (TYPE)

Location Days Time

CJS 101 1 Intro Crim Justice 3 Abbott AC 108 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. CJS 431• 1 Crime and Film 3 Abbott (LECT)

AC 108 MTWTHF 1 - 2:45 p.m.

ENG 111* 1 Oral & Written Exp I 3 DelMaramo AC 137 (LECT) MTWTHF 8 - 10:15 a.m. ENG 260• 1 Bus & Tec Writing 3 DelMaramo AC 137 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. HPED 133 1 Aerobics 1 Schaly (ACT)

Gym MTWTHF 9 a.m. - 9:55 a.m.

HPED 315 1 Coaching Practicum 1-2 Hoggarth (LECT)

TBA TBA

INDS 115* 1 West Humanities I 4 Morgan (LECT)

PC 100 MTWTHF 8 - 10:20 a.m.

INDS 125* 1 West Humanities II 4 Morgan PC 100 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m. PSY 150* 1 General Psychology 3 Myme AC 209 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. SPAN 151 1 Intro Spanish II 3 Instructor AC 233 (LECT) MTWTHF 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. * These classes available to dual enrollment students. • Writing Intensive Course

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EVENING CLASSES Evening classes begin in mid-May and end midJuly. Please refer to the schedule of classes for the actual dates of each class. NOTE: No classes meet on Monday, May 28. Course Sect Title CH Instructor Location (TYPE) Day (Dates) Time

BADM 233 1 Managerial Acct 3 Miller (LECT)

AC 40 M (May 14 - July 23) 6 - 9:55 p.m.

CJS/SOC 431• 1 Criminal Behavior 3 Atterholt (LECT)

AC 127 M (May 14 - July 23) 6 - 9:55 p.m.

HIST 102* 1 US Hist since 1877 3 Koshan (LECT)

G 103 TH (May 10 - July 12) 4 - 5:55 p.m.

* This class available to dual enrollment students. • Writing Intensive Course

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ONLINE COURSE OFFERINGS Students registering for online courses must have access to a reliable internet connection – DSL, cable or a similar high speed configuration is highly recommended. All students registering for an online course through Thiel College must complete Thiel Online Success, a brief, online prepatory course (the course takes about 30 minutes to complete through Moodle). Students who previously completed this online prep course are not required to take the course again. The Academic Records Office maintains a list of students who have already taken this course. Students registering for their first online course at Thiel College will be enrolled automatically in the prep course and must complete Thiel Online Success within one week prior to the start of class. Students not completing the course will not be permitted to continue with their online summer course. Course Sect Title ART 101 1 Art History to 1800

CH Instructor

Dates

3

Lippert

June 1 - June 29

BADM 324•

1

Advertising

3

Huddleston

June 4 - July 27

BADM 374•

1

Prin of Management

3

Giannini

June 1 - July 27

BADM 454•

1

Marketing

3

Huddleston

June 4 - July 27

CIS 111

1

Word Process Apps

1

Jesse

May 14 - May 25

CIS 112

1

Spreadsheet Apps

1

Jesse

May 28 - June 8

CIS 113

1

Data Mgmt Apps

1

Jesse

June 11 - June 22

CIS 114

1

Presentation Apps

1

Jesse

May 14 - May 25

COMM 171

1

Intro to Communication

3

Moroco

July 2 - August 3

COMM 225•

1

Interpersonal Comm

3

Moroco

May 7 - June 8

COMM 280

1

Surv Mass Comm

3

Evans

July 2 - August 5

• Writing Intensive Course

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ONLINE COURSE OFFERINGS (con’t.)

Course Sect

Title

CH Instructor

Dates

COMM 281

1

Media Literacy

3

Evans

July 2 - August 5

COMM 282•

1

Writing Mass Media

3

Evans

May 7 - June 10

COMM 331•

1

Intercultural Comm

3

Moroco

July 2 - August 3

COMM 335

1

Film in Amer Culture

3

Evans

May 7 - June 10

HIST 101*

1

US History to 1877

3

Buck

May 28 - July 20

HIST 260•

1

East Asian History

3

Buck

May 28 - July 20

MATH 141*

1

Precalculus

4

Wu

May 14 - June 22

MATH 211*

1

Elem Statistics

4

Kim

May 14 - June 29

* These classes available to dual enrollment students. • Writing Intensive Course

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2012 SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM You can register for summer classes at Thiel by returning this form to the address below or register online at www.thiel.edu. Name: _____________________________________________________ Last First Middle Address:____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ City State Zip Code Home Phone: _________________ Cell Phone: _________________ If you currently are a Thiel student, you do not need to fill out the following questions.

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Have you taken classes at Thiel College before? Yes If no, please enclose a one-time $10 application fee. Please make checks payable to Thiel College.

No

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Do you have a high school diploma?

Yes

No

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Have you attended another college? If yes, please list college(s) you have attended:

Yes

No

Session Dept. Course No. & Title Instructor Section No.

Do you wish to live in College housing? Yes Questions, please call 724-589-2110 Please return this registration form to: Thiel College, Academic Records • 75 College Avenue Greenville, PA 16125 14

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