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Spring Quarter 2013 Class Schedules Inside | Registration begins February 11, 2013

Spring 2013 | Boise Edition

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Tips for Interview Success pg. 5

Student Spotlight: Burning a Candle to See Light pg. 10

Broadview University Helps Victims of Domestic Violence pg. 13

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Career Services .................................................................................. 4-6 Financial Aid ...........................................................................................7 Highlights...........................................................................................8-19 Winter 2013 Class Schedule Guide ...........................................20-28 How to Register .............................................................................. 20 Accounting ....................................................................................21 Business ..........................................................................................21 Communications ........................................................................ 22 Computer Literacy ..................................................................... 22 Criminal Justice ........................................................................... 22 Database ........................................................................................ 22 Foundations of Math .................................................................. 23 Foundations of Writing .............................................................. 23 Health & Exercise Sciences ........................................................ 23 Human Resource Management ................................................ 23 Humanities - General Education .............................................. 23

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Class Begins Quarter Ends Registration for Spring 2013

January 7 March 22 February 11-March 1

HOLIDAYS Martin Luther King Jr. Day (College and Office closed) January 21 President’s Day (College and Office closed) February 18 Quarter Break (Office Open) March 25-March 29

Spring Quarter 2013 (11 Weeks) Class Begins Quarter Ends Registration for Early Fall 2013

April 1 June 14 May 6-May 24

HOLIDAYS Community Service Day (College and Office closed) May 17 Memorial Day (College and Office closed) May 27 Quarter Break (Office closed) June 17-July 12

Early Fall 2013 (11 Weeks) Class Begins Quarter Ends Registration for Fall 2013

July 15 September 27 August 19-September 6

Independence Day (College and Office closed) July 4 Labor Day (College and Office closed) September 2 Quarter Break September 30-October 4

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Note: First-quarter students at BVU may register any time before the start of the third business day of the quarter. All other students must register during the seventh through ninth week of the quarter.

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Brand

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Personal Brand Management Tips

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oward Nestler, CEO of Executive Options, says, “The greater the visibility enjoyed by an executive, the greater the value of his or her compensation … an executive can increase the amount of his or her compensation by increasing one statistic: the number of CEOs and decisionmakers in a sector that are aware of that executive’s accomplishments. The typical executive sees himself or herself as an employee and not as a brand.” So, what is YOUR brand? Your brand is your unique promise of value; it’s the authentic YOU that makes you stand out from your peers and is relevant to your goals. Ask yourself these questions to help determine your brand:

» What is my greatest strength? (refer to your Insights Discovery profile for ideas) » What do I offer that no other person in my field does? (ask your mentor and your instructors) » What do I do that makes people tied to my goal excited? (ask your most trusted friends and peers) » How can I maximize what makes me exceptional?

Live your brand daily. Once you’ve answered the questions above and have determined what your unique promise of value is, you need to ensure that all you do supports that and helps you get closer to your goal. What you choose to become involved in; your written, verbal and non-verbal communications; and of course your actions all need to be aligned to that value proposition.

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ongratulations on securing an interview! The fact that you have been invited to interview indicates that your resume has done its job proving you are qualified to successfully complete the job requirements. Now it’s up to you!

This is your chance to supply information that is NOT on your resume (personality, communication skills, etc.) while also gaining additional information on the employer. Remember, interviewing is a two-way street and this is your opportunity to evaluate whether this is a good “fit” for you, too.

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Tips for Interview Success

Although there is no set recipe for a successful interview, these 20 tips should improve your odds:

1 Research the company prior to going to the interview. It’s likely you will be asked “What do you know about our company?” Go beyond their website. For example, use LinkedIn to network with current or previous employees to learn more.

2 Get directions so you know where you are going for the interview. If possible, complete a “trial” drive by so you know where you will be parking and if there is construction. Will you need to park in a parking ramp or have quarters for a parking meter?

3 Know who you are interviewing with – get names and titles.

Why build your brand online? You need to be found by not only recruiters/hiring managers but by clients, managers, partners, colleagues and peers. Showcase your skills, knowledge, abilities and talents. Gain respect and credibility. Create connections with leaders in your field.

4 Dress appropriately. A general rule of thumb is to air

Where to be online? LinkedIn is the # 1 professional networking site and I strongly encourage you to have an up-to-date profile there. Make the most of their group features and use their status updates. Remember, career services can help with getting your profile to All Star status.

5 Perfect your hygiene: shower, brush your teeth and hair,

Twitter is fast growing and you can start off slowly if you’d like and just follow thought leaders in your field. Follow organizations you admire; this could be on LinkedIn, on Facebook, on Twitter, on Pinterest, or even on their own website. For all sites be sure to align all your postings to your value proposition and make use of the privacy settings.

6 Bring your resume, references, pad folio and, if

Also, distinguish yourself from others by increasing the amount of content you have on the web. Diversify the content you have on the web: photos (appropriate), video, blog posts, content sharing, commenting on other’s content, etc., all done with YOUR name included in the name or meta tags of the file.

7 Be 10-15 minutes early.

Remember, you truly are a brand of your own. What is your unique value proposition? How do you want to be seen? Then do everything you can to promote and market that.

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on the side of professional, yet conservative. I suggest business professional.

wear deodorant but go without cologne/perfume. Some people are allergic to different aromas.

relevant, a portfolio of samples of your work, skills and accomplishments.

8 Every time someone enters the interview room, stand up and shake their hand.

9 Employers generally make their decision in the first five minutes. Therefore, it’s important to quickly build rapport.

10 Have good eye contact and smile often, but appropriately. 11 Display confidence through your energy, tone of voice, posture, and other non-verbals.

12 Prepare an elevator speech (a 30-60 second introduction to you, your skills and qualifications).

13 Prepare a list of your top 10 selling points and try to integrate these throughout the interview.

14 Give specific answers and examples to prove your qualifications. Avoid vague statements.

15 If you don’t understand a question, ask for it to be repeated or clarified.

16 Always ask questions about the company when given the opportunity. Ensure you aren’t asking questions that could easily be answered on their website.

17 Create a strong closing by summarizing why you are a great “fit”, reiterating your interest in the position and expressing appreciation for the interviewer’s time.

18 Ask for business cards from each person that interviews you.

19 Send a thank you letter, email or phone call within 48 hours.

20 And of course, do a mock interview with Career Services, where you will receive constructive feedback for improvement.

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How to

Looking for a Job?

Avoid Default

Learning that your student loans are in default can be scary. Don’t let default happen to you!

What is ‘Default’?

Work Smarter, Not Harder

When you originally signed your promissory note for your student loans, you agreed to pay back your student loan as scheduled. If you fail to make these payments, you risk going into default. One or two missed payments do not put you into default. However, if several scheduled payments have been missed, you are at high risk of falling into default.

» Make your scheduled loan payments when they come due. Remember, you should expect student loan bills within a few months after graduating or leaving school.

If you default on your student loans:

» If you can’t make the scheduled payments, don’t worry! Contact your loan servicer for different repayment options. Many times students don’t even realize there are several options for loan repayment.

» Your credit rating will suffer, which may make getting other loans difficult, if not impossible.

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ntering a new career field or looking for advancement in an existing one can be extremely time consuming. Many have said that looking for a job is a full-time job itself, but what if you already have a full-time job?

Use these tips and tricks to maximize your time and work smarter, not harder.

» Focus on job boards that give you the biggest bang for

» Let the jobs come to you. Use job alerts to sign up and

your buck. Sites like Indeed search hundreds of online job boards and provide you with opportunities from many different sites. By using this site, you will find positions from Monster, Career Builder, and more. It’s a one-stop shop for job seekers!

receive job listings by email. All the major job sites have search agents and some websites and apps specialize in sending announcements as new positions get posted. Use this tool so that you are the first to know when a new position opens up in your field so that you can be the first to apply!

» Utilize your personal network. Experts say that 80% of job opportunities are filled through word of mouth and never advertised. Make sure that friends and family are aware of your job search so that they can spread the word. LinkedIn is another great place to gain connections and meet people that are working in your chosen field of study.

» Contact Career Services. Whether you are an active student or graduate, the Career Services department is here to help! We can assist you with job seeking, document preparation, interviewing skills, job leads and more.

How To Prevent Default

» You will likely receive calls and letters from collectors. » Your wages may be garnished, or if you are due a federal income tax refund, your refund may be seized. » You will pay more in the long run with a defaulted loan, after collection costs are added. » You are unable to obtain future student aid (Stafford loans, Pell Grant, etc.) » The debt doesn’t go away. Unpaid loans stay with you until paid back in full. The good news? The best thing you can do, obviously, is not put yourself in a situation where you risk defaulting in the first place.

» Be sure your address, phone and email are current with your college and your lenders/loan servicers.

Resolving Your Default If you do ever find yourself in default, there are options to help you clear your default and restore your credit. These options include: » paying in full » setting up a repayment plan and successfully making these payments » loan consolidation » loan rehabilitation We want to make sure you know your options and have the knowledge to be a responsible student borrower. If you have questions about avoiding default, please see a member of your campus’s financial aid staff.

If you are looking for work, your Career Services Advisor is here to help. Happy hunting!

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Students Give Cupcake Entrepreneur a Sweet Plan for Success

Students in Broadview University’s Small Business Management course put their skills to the test. They created a business plan for a cupcake entrepreneur in Boise as their applied learning project.

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oing into business is a challenge like no other. After coming up with a great idea, several things must be considered; money, the market, and a solid strategy are just a few. A group of Broadview UniversityBoise students learned about making these decisions as part of their Small Business Management class. For their applied learning project, they put it all together in a business plan for a local cupcake entrepreneur. Diana Fennell created Decadent Delights by Diana last year. Cupcakes are her life. “My goal is to one day have an actual store front making it even easier to dig in to some decadence any time people crave something sweet,” Fennell said.

The students’ first challenge was to meet with Diana to get a feel for her products, services, financial plans, marketing ideas, and to analyze the market. After coming up with a doable plan, they formally presented it to her. In the end, they gave Diana a sweet plan for success. “Diana came to these students with a rough idea, but she left with them showing her a well-crafted plan,” Debra Schmidt, the students’ instructor and Broadview University’s business program chair, said. “I am proud of what they accomplished.”

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Danielle Stem (left) represents community partner Genesis Service Dogs. Sky Askew (right) is a student in the veterinary technology program.

Community Partner Luncheon Highlights Hands-on Learning E

very student who walks through the door at Broadview University quickly discovers the meaning of applied learning. Each student engages in at least one project during the course of his or her college career. The idea behind it is simple; learn through an act of doing. The Broadview University-Boise campus highlighted applied learning at its annual Community Partner Appreciation Luncheon last fall.

Community partners, faculty, staff and students were among the 50 attendees. The partners who attended were directly linked to every learning project. Representatives from several local nonprofit groups, the Meridian Chamber of Commerce, and a number of radio and television outlets all came to be honored and show their support.

contributing 1,745 volunteer hours to our community,” said Tiffany Coleman, the campus’s community manager. “The numbers are quite staggering considering that the size of our staff last year was 25.” Business Program Chair Debra Schmidt, the guest speaker, talked about the important role that hands-on learning opportunities play in developing the best students for our workforce. One of Schmidt’s students, Dan Gray, stood in front of the audience and talked about the impact of one of his applied learning projects. “I transferred here from a very large school,” Dan said. “I learned more here in one quarter than I did at the other school altogether.”

“Since we held this event last year, our students, faculty and staff have participated in 241 community engagement events,

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A Sword, Military Students and a Celebration at Broadview University M

ilitary students roughly comprise 25 percent of Broadview University-Boise’s overall population. To honor their service, on Veterans Day the campus held a ceremony for its many students, faculty, and staff members who proudly served our country. Several people gathered in the campus’s lobby to take part in the celebration. Each veteran in attendance stood before the crowd—stating their military branch and length of service. The veterans represented the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps.

The sky is the limit for Jessica Lacy. The paralegal program student is putting the knowledge she has gained from all of these books, which represent about half of what she’s read, to use as she works to finish her degree at Broadview University.

The ceremony, which coincided with the Marine Corps 237th birthday, was led by the campus’s self-proclaimed oldest veteran, Tim Thorson. Thorson, who is a retired Marine Corps lieutenant colonel and the campus’s information technology program chair, brought his service sword and told a short story about the weapon’s history.

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“This sword has been adapted over the years, but it is the oldest, most continuously used weapon in the armed forces today,” Thorson said.

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pend five minutes with Jessica Lacy and you can instantly tell she is one busy lady. Between school, work, and now an internship at a local law firm, the full-time mom is clearly burning a candle at both ends. But Jessica does not feel a flame—instead, she sees a light. Her internship completed her paralegal degree at Broadview University-Boise.

“I have consistently worked keeping my goal in sight,” Jessica said. “This is by far the hardest thing I have ever done in my life. But I knew it was going to give my son and daughter a better life, and that is what has kept me going.”

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Following the history lesson, Thorson used the ceremonial sword to cut the cake. In keeping with military tradition, the youngest veteran in attendance, Sunday Sunderlin, was honored with the first piece. Sunderlin is a Navy veteran and a student in the veterinary technology program.

Jessica’s passion is family law. Her internship at Legacy Law Group in Boise exposed her to 180 hours of hands-on work dedicated to feeding that passion. So far, it has been an eyeopening experience. “This has been very different from book learning,” Jessica said. “It has taught me to be very, very careful. This is for real. I am dealing with things that can change people’s lives.” Jessica graduated with an associate degree in December 2012.

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Information Technology Chair Tim Thorson led BVU’s Veterans Day ceremony. The retired Marine Corps lieutenant colonel brought his service sword and told a story about the weapon’s history. He and Sunday Sunderlin, a Navy veteran and student in the veterinary technology program, then used the sword to cut the cake.

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Paralegal Student Makes Time Tick on Her Side F

ull-time student, full-time worker, full-time mom, and part-time community volunteer—if there is anyone who knows all about time it is Darcy Bailey. The Broadview University-Boise student’s ability to manage it and manage it well has earned her the honor of being named Student of the Quarter for early fall 2012.

Darcy, a paralegal student, knows how to make time tick on her side. She gets up at 5:30 a.m. daily, helps manage a household with six children, work, and still manages to do her homework before passing out around 11:30 each night. “I guess you can say we do a lot of crockpot cooking,” she said with a smile. “My kids are the most important thing, and I am a huge role model for them. It is important for me to set a good example.” About two years ago Darcy decided it was time to pursue her own career goals. After being out of school for nearly a decade, Darcy dove right into her degree plan. She started her college education from scratch and has taken between 15 and 18 credits per quarter in order to graduate with her associate degree this spring. She has an overall 3.96 grade point average—earning her only B in an online keyboarding course. “Darcy is one of my top students in the paralegal program,” Lisa McGrath, the paralegal program chair, said. “The quality of her work is unparalleled in the program.”

Stellar student skills, a nearly perfect grade point average, and community involvement helped Darcy Bailey, a student in the paralegal program, earn the Student of the Quarter award for early fall quarter.

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Darcy, who has worked as a housekeeper for a local elder care facility, just accepted a legal assistant position with Martelle, Bratton, and Associates in Eagle. In her “spare” time, she is a volunteer softball and basketball coach.

This year’s Fall Quarter Fun Fair featured an exotic petting zoo with a baby camel.

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roadview University proudly donated nearly $800 to help local victims of domestic violence. The donation is the combined result of a $500 campus charitable giving contribution and a $275-earning Fall Quarter Fun Fair held at the Boise campus on Oct. 14, 2012.

Hope’s Door is an emergency shelter in Caldwell that helps families affected by domestic violence. It is part of the nonprofit organization Advocates Against Family Violence (AAFV). Hope’s Door, which opened in 2004, provides emergency shelter, food, clothing, and support for women and children who need immediate relief from domestic violence situations. “We truly appreciate what Broadview University did to help Hope’s Door,” Kim Ivacek, AAFV’s executive director, said. “The donation came at a critical time for our organization. Our transitional housing grant just ran out and we needed

emergency funds. Broadview University’s donation will be used for the crisis fund which provides things like gas cards and emergency supplies for people who need quick relief.” The Fun Fair fundraiser offered food, carnival-type games, and activities for kids such as a bounce house, face painting, clowns, balloon animals, bingo, pumpkin painting, and cookie decorating. Tickets are sold for a quarter and each “funtivity” costs a ticket. More than 1,100 tickets were purchased at this year’s Fall Quarter Fun Fair. Each organization at the event, including Qdoba and EventRent, donated their time and efforts to help the cause. “We have such great community partners,” Tiffany Coleman, the campus’s community manager, said. “They always pitch in and help us to help those in our community. We truly appreciate their continued support.”

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Accounting program student Kaitlyn McCollum (left) and business program student Dan Gray (right) are working with business program chair Debra Schmidt (center) to start a DECA chapter for all students’ participation at the Broadview University-Boise campus.

Broadview University: Where School is Cool and Learning is Unique A student in the criminal justice program investigates a mock crime scene in the school’s parking lot.

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ife at Broadview University is just plain cool. There aren’t many places where you can find a cake being cut with a military sword, students who actually line up to have their blood drawn, or a baby camel in the parking lot. But here, any of these things can happen within the normal course of any given day. Welcome to the Boise campus where learning is unique. Broadview University is a school where classroom experiences are like no other. Students are taught skills that are relevant for today’s job market—and they are taught by people who have experience in their field. One of those people is Ed Knieter.

“I have been in law enforcement since I was 15 years old,” Knieter said. “I started my career as an Explorer—which is part of the Boy Scouts of America.” Knieter, a former probation and parole officer for the Idaho Department of Corrections, is Broadview University’s criminal justice program chair. He is the kind of instructor who

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randomly sets up mock crime scenes in the parking lot and leaves clues for students to figure out what happened. Knieter also enjoys the days he gets to show his students how to dust for fingerprints and lets them come up with some very creative ways to make weapons out of prison-like contraband. “I love using my real-life experiences to help students learn,” Knieter said. “It is so much fun to take them out and show them how things are really done. They are very creative and it’s fun to watch them think.” Knieter is just one of the many people who make this campus cool. Every single person plays a role in making sure all students feel at home, and that they get the most out of their hands-on learning experiences. Clint Reed, the campus’s first-ever graduate and information technology program student, recently said, “This is a great place to get an education. The staff and supporting faculty are great to work with. They care about you as a person, not just a paycheck. Feels like family when I am there.”

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Goes National with DECA

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roadview University students are on the verge of getting something big. The Boise campus is starting a Collegiate DECA organization that all students can participate in.

According to the DECA website, Collegiate DECA is a studentdriven organization that values competence, innovation, integrity, and teamwork. Collegiate DECA programs assist in developing academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders. Conferences and other activities give students unique access to internships, scholarships, competition, and professional networking. The campus’s charter is being led by Broadview University’s Business Program Chair Debra Schmidt. Two campus student leaders have also been chosen–Dan Gray and Kaitlyn McCollum. Gray, a business degree student, is the campus’s chapter president. McCollum, an accounting degree student, is the chapter’s vice president. “Kaitlyn and Dan accepted the future challenge of building the Broadview University-Boise charter,” Schmidt said. “Each exemplifies the realities in excellence of superior stewardship.” Gray, McCollum, and Schmidt attended a state DECA meeting in October which was held at Idaho State University in Pocatello. They met with several state DECA leaders from all over Idaho to share information on how to best establish local charters. They are currently working to increase other students’ involvement in DECA at the campus level.

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Ways a University Can Change a Homeless Student’s Life

G Nearly 100 people attended the ceremony where LCpl Wright was given the keys. Following a short ceremony, he cut the ribbon on his new home—opening the door to his future.

Broadview University Helps Build Dream Home for Wounded Marine A n Idaho Marine who was severely wounded in Afghanistan has a brand new place to call home. LCpl Randal Wright was given the keys to his specially adapted home in Kuna on Dec. 8, 2012, as part of a nationwide effort called Homes for Our Troops. More than 100 community volunteers participated in building Wright’s home, including nine students and staff members from Broadview University-Boise. Wright, a triple amputee, was wounded after stepping on an IED in 2010. He has spent the past two years being treated for his injuries. He has been looking forward to recovering and living in a home built to allow him more freedom and independence. “I am so thankful for all of the volunteers who made this happen,” Wright said. “As of today, I can finally start living my life again.”

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Homes for Our Troops is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building specially adapted homes for severely injured veterans. Founded in 2004, the organization has built and donated more than 100 homes at no cost to veterans like Wright. Construction on Wright’s home started in July 2012 with a three-day Build Brigade. Then in mid-September, a group of staff and students from the Broadview-Boise campus pitched in to help with the landscaping around the home during Volunteer Day. “Receiving a specially adapted home from Homes for Our Troops will allow me to live as normal a life as possible,” Wright said in an interview with Homes for Our Troops. “It is awesome for me to think about and look forward to. It will allow me to be independent again and has lifted a great deal of weight off of my shoulders.”

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raduating from school is tough enough under ideal conditions. Now imagine trying to be successful and graduate without a roof over your head, gas in your car, and the proper clothes on your back. A growing number of local students face these challenges every day; many of them are determined to finish school. That’s why Broadview University has stepped up to offer them a little extra financial support.

As of last fall, 444 students in Joint School District #2 had been identified as homeless. The district “Caring and Sharing” fund was set up by school counselors to help people with their utility bills; the program has been expanded to directly help homeless students.

A homeless student is defined as any student who lacks a steady home. They sleep in cars, parks, abandoned buildings, emergency shelters, motels, campgrounds, or doubled up with friends or relatives. The number of identified homeless students has steadily grown over the past decade from 103 during the 2001-02 school year to the current number of 444.

“We strongly support education in our community, and every little bit helps,” Tiffany Coleman, Broadview University’s community manager, said. “We wanted to make sure these students can get help with some of the things they need that they can’t get with government or other charitable assistance.”

Broadview University-Boise awarded its $500 quarterly charitable giving contribution to the fund. The money will go directly to students who need help with things like transportation to school, clothing, hygiene supplies, etc. “Our homeless unaccompanied youth are probably our most needy population,” Jeanne Buschine, the district’s homeless grant liaison, said. “Last year we had students who were ‘couch surfing’ and trying to stay in school [in order to graduate]. “With community support and the government’s help through food stamps, we assisted 19 homeless seniors. But even with our help, six dropped out to work. They felt they needed to earn money for food, clothing, hygiene supplies, housing, and transportation. Our graduation rate for homeless seniors was 59% as compared with our district rate of 92%. We definitely have work to do in this area.”

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Meet the Next Book Boss at Broadview University B

roadview University welcomed a new librarian in January. Carrie Tannehill filled some rather small-sized, large shoes when Faith Bachman, our previous book boss, retired in December 2012.

Although new to Broadview University, Tannehill is no stranger to the network of colleges to which Broadview belongs. She joined Minnesota School of Business (MSB) in 2008 as the associate librarian at the St. Cloud, Minn., campus. “Since Broadview University is a sister school to MSB, I already feel familiar with the job,”Tannehill said. “I welcome the challenge and responsibility of the job.” Tannehill is also no stranger to the Northwest. Born and raised in Southern Oregon, she left home for Minnesota to attend school at Dominican University. Along with still having family in Oregon, she also has family living in nearby Nampa. “I am really looking forward to being closer to my family,” she said. “That, and not living in Minnesota for another winter.” All joking aside, Tannehill will be bringing some of her Minnesotalearned skills along with her to the Boise campus. She has been a writing and research tutor, and she enjoys working one-on-one with students; answering reference questions, helping with computers, and trouble-shooting technical issues. She also enjoys participating in

campus “We Care” events and interacting with staff. But some of her best times have revolved around students. “Probably my best memory is working with students early on in their schooling, and then watching them graduate later on,” she said. When Tannehill is not working in the library, she enjoys reading (of course), watching movies, walking, and visiting family. Aside from starting her new job at the beginning of the year, Tannehill is looking forward to enjoying Idaho’s scenery and trying an Idaho Spud candy bar. When you stop by to introduce yourself, be sure and ask Tannehill about skydiving. You may learn something new.

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Students Make History at Broadview University

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n Dec. 21, 2012, six Broadview University-Boise students publicly accepted their diplomas—making history by becoming the campus’s first official graduating class.

Built from the ground up, Broadview University-Boise opened its doors to students in January 2011. All students receive practical, hands-on training that prepares them for indemand careers in business, information technology, health science and legal science. Four students received Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology degrees, one student received an Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal degree, and one received an Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration degree.

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“This is an exciting time for our university,” Lisa Peterson, Broadview University’s Director of Career Services, said. “We are proud of these students who have worked so hard to achieve their goals. Our campus has an active strategy to help our students find work in their field of study while they attend school, so the majority of these graduates obtained employment in their field prior to graduation.” Broadview University is a school where classroom experiences are like no other. Students are taught skills that are relevant for today’s job market, and they are taught by people who have experience in their field.

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BVU Online

AC150

Traditional Registration 1 Pick up your personal schedule recommendations form a member of the Academic Services team or your academic advisor at your home campus. (Note: many campuses email recommendations directly to your student account.) 2 Attend an advising meeting during open registration to help you understand the recommendations selected specifically for you for the upcoming quarter. (See your home campus for specific times and locations) 3 Schedule an individual meeting any time during the weeks of registration with a member of the academic staff

The Deadline for Spring Quarter registration is Friday, March 1, 2013.

Students are strongly encouraged to visit with the Financial Aid/Student Accounts departments prior to registration to assure that they are in good standing. Students who are not in good standing may experience a delay in registration resulting in limited class availability.

BS100 BS105

Prerequisite: AC110. BVU Online

Excel for Accounting

Prerequisites: BS100, CL131. Boise

6:00PM-10:10PM

Intermediate Accounting I

W Prerequisite: AC150.

BVU Online Prerequisite: AC250.

Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting BVU Online Cost and Managerial Accounting 4 Cr.

XB1

SEC.

Cost and Managerial Accounting

Prerequisite: AC160. BVU Online

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

Business Mathematics 4 Cr. XB1

Business Mathematics

Prerequisite: FM052 or Advanced Standing.

Introduction to Business

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

Business Communications 4 Cr.

Prerequisite: FW052 or Advanced Standing.

BE1

Business Communications

Boise

BS110

XB1

Business Communications

BVU Online

BS150

Business Writing 4 Cr. XB1

BS180

Business Writing Supervisory Management 4 Cr.

Prerequisite: None.

Supervisory Management

Boise

BS180

XB1

Supervisory Management

BVU Online

BS200

Small Business Management 4 Cr. XB1

BS280 XB1 XB1 XB1

BVU Online Prerequisites: CM121, SS116 or SS140. BVU Online

Operations Management

Prerequisites: BS100, BS105, CM121. BVU Online

Fraud Examination 4 Cr. XB1

Fraud Examination

Prerequisite: CM121. BVU Online

Leadership and Management 4 Cr. XB1

BS430 BS430

Prerequisites: BS105, FW052 or Advanced Standing.

Operations Management 4 Cr.

BS325

BS340

Organizational Behavior

Leadership and Management

Prerequisites: BS105 or BS180, CM121. BVU Online

Business Ethics 4 Cr. XB1

Business Ethics

W Prerequisite: None.

Organizational Behavior 4 Cr.

BS320 BS320

Business Law

6:00PM-9:25PM

BVU Online

Business Law 5 Cr.

BS311 BS311

Small Business Management

MW

Prerequisite: FW052 or Advanced Standing.

BE6

BS280

1:30PM-3:20PM

BVU Online

BS180

BS200

DAYS

BVU Online

BS110

BS150

TIMES

Introduction to Business 5 Cr. XB1

BS110

For the most current listings go to my.broadviewuniversity.edu.

Your Campus. Your Community.

Accounting Systems

Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting 4 Cr. XB1

BS105

BS340

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XB1

BS100

Schedules are subject to change!

program planning.

Prerequisite: AC150. BVU Online

Intermediate Accounting I 4 Cr.

AC341

BS325

Use this class schedule with your course catalog for the most effective

Prerequisite: AC110.

Excel for Accounting 3 Cr. BE6

AC330 AC330

Managerial Accounting

TR

BVU Online

Accounting Systems 3 Cr. XB1

AC200 AC200

Accounting Principles II Managerial Accounting 4 Cr.

XB1

AC190

CODE

» Go to my.broadviewuniversity.edu » Click on the Need Help? link near the bottom of the page » Choose the topic that best fits your needs

XB1

AC170 AC170

4:00PM-6:05PM

Accounting Principles II 4 Cr.

AC160 AC160

DAYS Prerequisite: None.

Accounting Principles I

AC150

TIMES

Business

Select > View > Register. For tutorials on Portal Registration, follow these easy steps:

LOCATION

Accounting Principles I 4 Cr. BE1

AC341

Now that you’re in the portal, you may register in 3 easy steps:

CLASS NAME

AC110

AC190

Once you’re in CampusConnect, choose the My Account tab. This tab will

SEC.

AC110

Class Schedule Guide

You may register for spring quarter classes in one of two easy ways:

Prerequisites: BS105 or BS180, CM121. BVU Online

Open registration: Feb. 11 through March 1

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Communications SEC.

CM111 CM111

CLASS NAME

Foundations of Math LOCATION

BE6

Speech Communications

Prerequisite: None. Boise

6:00PM-9:25PM 6:00PM-9:25PM

Composition 4 Cr. BE6

Composition

Boise

CM121

XB1

Composition

BVU Online

XB1

Intercultural Communications

CM200

Intercultural Communications 4 Cr.

CM210 CM230 CM230

BE6

Mass Communication

Prerequisite: CM121. BVU Online Prerequisite: CM121. Boise

6:00PM-9:40PM

Writing and Research 4 Cr. XB1

Writing and Research

M Prerequisite: CM121.

BVU Online

SEC.

CL111

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES

DAYS Prerequisite: None.

CL111

BE1

Introduction to Computer Literacy

Boise

CL111

XB1

Introduction to Computer Literacy

BVU Online

10:45AM-12:35PM

MW

MS Office Applications I 3 Cr. XB1

MS Office Applications I

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

MS Office Applications II 3 Cr.

Prerequisite: CL131.

CL256

BE6

MS Office Applications II

Boise

CL256

XB1

MS Office Applications II

BVU Online

6:00PM-10:10PM

R

CJ100

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

BE1

Introduction to Criminal Justice

Boise

CJ100

XB1

Introduction to Criminal Justice

BVU Online

10:40AM-12:45PM

Investigation: Processes and Procedures 5 Cr.

CJ211

BE1

Investigation: Processes and Procedures

Boise

CJ211

XB1

Investigation: Processes and Procedures

BVU Online

CJ220

Security: Private, Local, State and Federal Governments 4 Cr.

CJ220

Security: Private, Local, State and Federal Governments

XB1

CJ300

Community Policing

TR Prerequisite: CJ100.

8:00AM-10:35AM

MW

FM052

BVU Online Prerequisite: CJ100. Boise

6:00PM-9:25PM

R

Database CODE

SEC.

DB211 DB211

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

Database Design 4 Cr. XB1

Database Design

TIMES

DAYS Prerequisite: NS116.

BVU Online

Microsoft Access 2010, Microsoft Visio 2007 or 2010 (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS) and Oracle 10g Express (available free to download from Oracle.com) are required for this course.

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Your Campus. Your Community.

DAYS

BVU Online

Foundations of Math II 3 Cr.

Prerequisite: FM051 or Advanced Standing.

Foundations of Math II

Boise

FM052

XB1

Foundations of Math II

BVU Online

1:20PM-3:25PM

TR

Foundations of Writing CODE

SEC.

FW052

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES 8:45AM-10:35AM

Foundations of Writing II 3 Cr.

DAYS Prerequisite: FW051 or Advanced Standing.

FW052

BE1

Foundations of Writing II

Boise

FW052

XB1

Foundations of Writing II

BVU Online

SEC.

HS102 HS102 HS150 HS211

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES

MW

DAYS

Introduction to Exercise Science 2 Cr. XB1

HS150

CODE

Introduction to Exercise Science

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

Kinesiology 4 Cr. BE1

Kinesiology

Prerequisite or Concurrent: MA110 or NS150. Boise

1:20PM-3:25PM

TR

General Nutrition 3 Cr. XB1

SEC.

HR300 HR300

General Nutrition

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES

DAYS

Human Resource Management 4 Cr. XB1

Human Resource Management

Prerequisites: BS105, CM121. BVU Online

Training and Development 4 Cr. XB1

Training and Development

Prerequisite: BS311. BVU Online

Humanities - General Education CODE

SEC.

HU100 HU100 HU121

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES

Introduction to Humanities 4 Cr. XB1

HU121

Introduction to Humanities

DAYS Prerequisite or Concurrent: CM121.

BVU Online

Film in Society 4 Cr. XB1

Film in Society

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

Students will need to watch movies for this course and will need to pay for rental fees Spanish I 4 Cr.

Prerequisite: None.

HU130

BE1

Spanish I

Boise

HU130

XB1

Spanish I

BVU Online

8:00AM-10:30AM

TR

This course requires a computer equipped with a microphone and speakers to complete required coursework. Students must have sound recording capabilities for this course. HU150 HU150

Spring quarter begins April 1!

Foundations of Math I

BE1

HU130 Prerequisite: BS105 or CJ100.

Community Policing 4 Cr. BE3

DAYS Prerequisite: None.

CJ100

CJ300

TIMES

Introduction to Criminal Justice 5 Cr.

CJ211

TIMES

Prerequisite: None.

FM052

HR400

Criminal Justice SEC.

XB1

HR400

This course requires MS Office Professional 2010

CODE

LOCATION

Human Resource Management

This course requires MS Office Professional 2010 CL256

CLASS NAME Foundations of Math I 3 Cr.

HS211

This course requires MS Office Professional 2010 CL131

FM051

CODE

Introduction to Computer Literacy 3 Cr.

CL131

SEC.

FM051

Health & Exercise Sciences

Computer Literacy CODE

CODE

Prerequisite: CM121.

Mass Communication 4 Cr.

CM320 CM320

Creative Writing

W

BVU Online

Creative Writing 4 Cr. XB1

R

Prerequisite: FW052 or Advanced Standing.

CM121

CM210

DAYS

Speech Communications 4 Cr.

CM121

CM200

TIMES

Class Schedule Guide

Class Schedule Guide

CODE

Introduction to Literature 4 Cr. XB1

Introduction to Literature

Prerequisite or Concurrent: CM121. BVU Online

Open registration: Feb. 11 through March 1

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Information Technology SEC.

IT135 IT135

BE1

TIMES

DAYS

Computing Fundamentals

Prerequisite: None. Boise

8:30AM-10:35AM 8:00AM-10:05AM

Operating Systems I 4 Cr.

TR Prerequisite: None.

IT205

BE1

Operating Systems I

Boise

IT205

XB1

Operating Systems I

BVU Online

TR

Students should have administrative access to their machines or a virtual machine as they may be required to download and install additional software. Student must install Virtual PC 2007(available for free download from MSDNAA-ELMS). Student machines must have a minimum of 2GB RAM and 12 GB free hard drive space to store virtual machines. IT333 IT333

Network Application Services 4 Cr. XB1

Network Application Services

Prerequisites: IT255, NT272. BVU Online

Students should have administrative access to their machines or a virtual machine as they may be required to download and install additional software. Student must install Virtual PC 2007(available for free download from MSDNAA-ELMS). Student machines must have a minimum of 2GB RAM and 12 GB free hard drive space to store virtual machines. IT415 IT415

Information Technology Capstone 4 Cr. XB1

Information Technology Capstone

Prerequisite: IT305. BVU Online

CODE

SEC.

KY100 KY100

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES

DAYS

Keyboarding I 3 Cr. XB1

Keyboarding I

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

MS Office 2007 or 2010 are required for this course and students must opt for the corresponding version of the guidebook included in the text book kit. Students in an online section of this course must complete all work on a personal computer and cannot complete work on a campus computer.

LA321 LA410

SEC.

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

TIMES

DAYS

Legal Terminology 4 Cr.

Prerequisite: None.

CODE MK101

MK205

CODE MS115 MS155

MS214

BVU Online

MS245 Prerequisite or Concurrent: LA100.

Boise

LA155

XB1

Legal Research I

BVU Online

LA170

Real Estate 3 Cr. XB1

LA180

Real Estate

XB1

Torts

XB1

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online Prerequisite: LA100.

BE6

Criminal Law and Procedure

Boise

LA185

XB1

Criminal Law and Procedure

BVU Online

6:00PM-9:25PM

American Legal Systems 3 Cr. American Legal Systems

BVU Online Prerequisites: KY100, LA100.

LA205

BE6

Litigation I

Boise

LA205

XB1

Litigation I

BVU Online

Legal Writing I 4 Cr. XB1

LA255

Legal Writing I

XB1

Ethics for the Law Office AAS Paralegal Internship

Your Campus. Your Community.

R Prerequisites: CM121, LA155. Prerequisite: None.

BVU Online

AAS Paralegal Internship 6 Cr. BE1

6:00PM-10:10PM

BVU Online

Ethics for the Law Office 4 Cr.

LA299

T Prerequisite: None.

Litigation I 4 Cr.

LA240

Prerequisite: LA155. Boise

6:00PM-10:10PM

LOCATION

TIMES

W

CLASS NAME

DAYS

Art of Selling

Prerequisite: None. BVU Online Prerequisite: BS105 or BS200 or MK101 or equivalent.

Marketing

BVU Online

XB1

Consumer Behavior

Prerequisite: BS105 or BS200 or MK101 or MK205. BVU Online

SEC.

MS263

LOCATION

TIMES

DAYS

Boise

4:15PM-6:40PM

Swedish Massage 3 Cr. BE1

Swedish Massage

Prerequisite or Concurrent: NS140.

Pregnancy/Special Populations Massage 3 Cr. BE6

Pregnancy/Special Populations Massage

Boise

BE1

Myofascial Release

6:00PM-10:10PM

Deep Tissue/Trigger Point Massage

Boise

10:45AM-12:55PM

Boise

10:40AM-12:45PM

Anatomy and Physiology for Massage

Boise

Introduction to Thai/Energy Work

8:00AM-10:35AM

Sports Massage Clinic

MW Prerequisites: HS150, MS214.

Boise

4:00PM-5:55PM

Boise

1:20PM-3:50PM

LOCATION

TIMES

Sports Massage Clinic 1 Cr. BE1

TR Prerequisites: MA100, MS115.

Introduction to Thai/Energy Work 2 Cr. BE1

MW Prerequisite: MS115.

Anatomy and Physiology for Massage 4 Cr. BE1

T Prerequisite: MS115.

Deep Tissue/Trigger Point Massage 3 Cr. BE1

MW Prerequisite: MS115.

Myofascial Release 3 Cr.

MS258 MS258

CLASS NAME

TR Prerequisite: MS262. T

BVU Online

LA185

XB1

Legal Research II

Consumer Behavior 4 Cr.

MS263

Criminal Law and Procedure 3 Cr.

LA201

M

Prerequisites or Concurrent: CL131, LA100.

Torts 3 Cr.

LA185

LA299

6:00PM-10:30PM

BVU Online

Marketing 4 Cr.

MS214

Legal Terminology

LA255

XB1

MS155

XB1

Legal Research I

Probate Practice

Art of Selling 4 Cr.

MS115

LA100

Legal Research I 4 Cr.

DAYS Prerequisite: LA240.

Massage Therapy

MS245

LA240

SEC.

MK210

Boise

BE6

TIMES

Legal Research II 4 Cr. BE6

MK205

Legal Terminology

LA180

XB1

MK101

BE1

LA155

LOCATION

Marketing and Sales

LA100 LA155

CLASS NAME Probate Practice 3 Cr.

LA410

MS156

LA100

LA170

SEC.

LA321

MS156

Law CODE

CODE

MK210

Keyboarding

LA205

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Law (continued) LOCATION

Computing Fundamentals 4 Cr.

IT205

LA201

Spring quarter begins April 1!

CLASS NAME

Prerequisite: PD255.

Medical CODE

SEC.

MA100

CLASS NAME

Prerequisite: None.

MA100

BE1

Medical Terminology

Boise

MA100

XB1

Medical Terminology

BVU Online

MA110 MA110

XB1

Anatomy and Physiology

MW

BVU Online

Health Care Law and Ethics 4 Cr.

Prerequisite: None.

MA120

BE1

Health Care Law and Ethics

Boise

MA120

XB1

Health Care Law and Ethics

BVU Online

MA149

8:40AM-10:30AM

Patient Care Sciences I 3 Cr. BE1

MA161 MA161

10:45AM-12:35PM

Anatomy and Physiology 5 Cr.

MA120

MA149

DAYS

Medical Terminology 4 Cr.

Class Schedule Guide

Class Schedule Guide

CODE

Patient Care Sciences I

Prerequisite: MA100. Boise

Pharmacology 3 Cr. BE1

Pharmacology

MW

10:45AM-12:55PM

MW

Prerequisites: MA100, MA105, NS150. Boise

1:30PM-3:20PM

MW

Open registration: Feb. 11 through March 1

Boise

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Medical (continued) SEC.

MA202 MA202

BE6

Coding and Billing I

BE1

Radiography I

TIMES

DAYS Prerequisite or Concurrent: MA174.

Boise

6:00PM-9:25PM

Boise

1:20PM-3:05PM

Radiography I 3 Cr.

MA297 MA297

Social Sciences - General Education LOCATION

Coding and Billing I 3 Cr.

MA226 MA226

CLASS NAME

Prerequisites: MA100, NS140.

Clinical Externship 8 Cr. BE1

Clinical Externship

T TR Prerequisites: MA286, PD255.

Boise

SEC.

NS105 NS105

LOCATION

BE1

Biology

Boise

XB1

Topics in Mathematical Reasoning

BVU Online Prerequisite: FM052 or Advanced Standing.

BE1

College Algebra I

Boise

NS116

XB1

College Algebra I

BVU Online

Anatomy and Physiology I 4 Cr. BE1

NS150

Anatomy and Physiology I

Boise

1:30PM-3:40PM

Anatomy and Physiology II

Boise

6:00PM-10:10PM

Introduction to Decision Systems

MW Prerequisite: NS140.

Introduction to Decision Systems 4 Cr. XB1

Global Citizenship

Boise

10:40AM-1:10PM

SS103

BE6

Global Citizenship

Boise

6:00PM-8:40PM

SS103

XB1

Global Citizenship

BVU Online

T

Prerequisite: BS100 or NS112 or NS116. BVU Online

Networking SEC.

NT242 NT242

CLASS NAME

SS140

Introduction to Psychology 4 Cr. XB1

TIMES

Data and Networks 4 Cr. XB1

Data and Networks

DAYS Prerequisite: IT135.

BVU Online

Students should have administrative access to their machines or a virtual machine as they may be required to download and install additional software. Student must install Virtual PC 2007(available for free download from MSDNAA-ELMS). Student machines must have a minimum of 2GB RAM and 12 GB free hard drive space to store virtual machines. NT272 NT272

Network Administration and Security 4 Cr. XB1

Network Administration and Security

Prerequisite: NT242. BVU Online

Students should have administrative access to their machines or a virtual machine as they may be required to download and install additional software. Student must install Virtual PC 2007(available for free download from MSDNAA-ELMS). Student machines must have a minimum of 2GB RAM and 12 GB free hard drive space to store virtual machines.

XB1

PD255 PD255

CLASS NAME

LOCATION

Career Capstone

DAYS

Prerequisite: Student must be within two quarters of completing coursework or one quarter before externship, if applicable.

Career Capstone 1 Cr. BE6

TIMES

Boise

6:00PM-7:50PM

M

26

SEC.

RS651 RS651

CLASS NAME Business Plan/Project 5 Cr.

XB1

Business Plan/Project

Your Campus. Your Community.

TIMES

DAYS Prerequisite: RS600.

BVU Online

Prerequisite: FM052 or Advanced Standing. Boise

SS145

XB1

Introduction to Macroeconomics

BVU Online

SS360

6:00PM-9:25PM

T

Abnormal Psychology 4 Cr. BE6

Abnormal Psychology

Prerequisite: SS116. Boise

6:00PM-9:40PM

LOCATION

TIMES

M

Software Developer CODE

SEC.

SD114

CLASS NAME

DAYS

Introduction to Software Development 4 Cr.

SD114

BE6

Introduction to Software Development

Boise

SD114

XB1

Introduction to Software Development

BVU Online

Prerequisite: None. 6:00PM-10:10PM

T

This course requires GameMaker Pro and Dev C++ 4.9.9.2 available online for a free download. Students may also be required to install MS Visual Studio Professional (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS). Programming I 4 Cr. XB1

Programming I

Prerequisite: NS116, SD114. BVU Online

This course requires Dev C++ 4.9.9.2 available online for a free download. Students may also be required to install MS Visual Studio Professional (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS).

Veterinary Technology CODE

SEC.

VT101 VT101

BE1

VT103 VT103

BE1

VT175

BE1

DAYS

Veterinary Medical Terminology

Prerequisite: None. Boise

Veterinary Calculations

4:00PM-5:45PM

Introduction to Veterinary Technology

R

Prerequisite or Concurrent: FM052 or Advanced Standing. Boise

1:30PM-3:15PM

Boise

W Prerequisite or Concurrent: VT101.

4:15PM-6:40PM

MW

Introduction to Veterinary Clinical Skills 3 Cr. BE1

Introduction to Veterinary Clinical Skills

Boise

BE1

Animal Physiology

Prerequisites: VT103. 8:00AM-10:25AM

Boise

10:40AM-12:25PM

Body System Anatomy and Physiology 4 Cr. BE1

Body System Anatomy and Physiology

Boise

Veterinary Pharmacology

1:20PM-3:25PM

Imaging

TR Prerequisites: VT116, VT145.

Boise

10:40AM-1:10PM

Boise

1:30PM-3:55PM

Imaging 3 Cr. BE1

R Prerequisite: VT145.

Veterinary Pharmacology 5 Cr. BE1

MW

Prerequisites: FM052 or Advanced Standing, NS105, VT101.

Animal Physiology 2 Cr.

VT181 VT181

TIMES

Introduction to Veterinary Technology 3 Cr.

VT145 VT145

LOCATION

Veterinary Calculations 2 Cr.

VT116 VT116

CLASS NAME Veterinary Medical Terminology 2 Cr.

VT175 LOCATION

BVU Online

Introduction to Macroeconomics

VT154

Research CODE

Interpersonal Relations

Prerequisite: None.

BE6

VT154

Spring quarter begins April 1!

Prerequisite or Concurrent: CM121. BVU Online

SS145

VT105

Professional Development SEC.

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Macroeconomics 4 Cr.

VT105

CODE

M

Interpersonal Relations 4 Cr.

SS145

SD234 LOCATION

R

Students are required to purchase the headphones for this course. They will need to use it during Elluminate sessions and various other courses throughout their higher education.

SD234

CODE

DAYS Prerequisite: None.

MW Prerequisite: None.

Anatomy and Physiology II 4 Cr. BE6

NS320 NS320

1:30PM-3:40PM

TIMES

BE1

SS360

College Algebra I 4 Cr.

NS140

TR

Prerequisite: FM052 or Advanced Standing.

NS116

NS150

10:40AM-12:45PM

LOCATION

Global Citizenship 2 Cr.

SS140 DAYS

CLASS NAME

SS103

SS116

Prerequisite: None.

Topics in Mathematical Reasoning 4 Cr.

NS116

NS140

TIMES

Biology 4 Cr.

NS112 NS112

CLASS NAME

SEC.

SS103

SS116

Natural Science and Mathematics - General Education CODE

CODE

Class Schedule Guide

Class Schedule Guide

CODE

TR Prerequisite or Concurrent: VT154. MW

Open registration: Feb. 11 through March 1

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Online information

Veterinary Technology (continued)

Class Schedule Guide

CODE

SEC.

VT209 VT209

BE1

BE1 BE1 BE1 BE1 BE1 BE1 BE1 BE1

Advanced Veterinary Clinical Skills Small Animal Nutrition and Nursing Hematology and Small Animal Disease Anesthesiology Small Animal Surgical Assisting Veterinary Business Practices Production Animals Equine Application of Veterinary Clinical Skills

BE6

Certified Veterinary Technician Review

Boise

4:00PM-6:05PM

TR Prerequisites: VT175, VT209.

Boise Boise

8:00AM-10:05AM

Veterinary Clinical Training

TR Prerequisites: VT231, VT236.

4:15PM-6:25PM

Boise

8:00AM-10:10AM

MW Prerequisite: VT236.

Boise

10:45AM-1:20PM

MW Prerequisite: VT256.

Boise

1:20PM-2:40PM

TR Prerequisite: VT209.

Boise

8:00AM-11:25AM

Boise

Boise

8:00AM-11:25AM

W

SEC.

CLASS NAME

WD130

Basic Web Design 3 Cr.

R

Prerequisite: Completion of all 100- and 200-level veterinary technology coursework. 6:00PM-9:25PM

T

Prerequisite: Completion of all 100- and 200-level veterinary technology coursework, Prerequisite or Concurrent: PD255, VT296. Boise

WD130 XB1

Basic Web Design

LOCATION

All first time online students must successfully complete the Orientation to Online Learning course before starting their first online class. This orientation will teach learners how to use all of the tools withing CampusConnect, our new online learning environment. CampusConnect is a comprehensive virtual campus that will allow students to access all of their online course and school resources in one convenient location. The Orientation to Online Learning course will be facilitated in CampusConnect by the campus Online Learning Coordinator (OLC) who is available to assist students with completing the orientation successfully and preparing them to begin their first online class.

Online courses will be available Monday, April 1, 2013 at 8:00 AM for students who successfully completed their online orientation course. Students must log into each of their online classes within the first 72 hours (three days) of the quarter to validate the accuracy of your registration.

Please know that all students should start the orientation course within 72 hours of receipt of their orientation invitation email. Students will receive an email at their student email account with information on how to start the online orientation. Please contact the Online Learning Coordinator or the Helpdesk for assistance with logging into your student email account. Contact information for all campus level Online Learning Coordinators can be found at the end of this document.

Attendance in online classes is taken Monday through Sunday of each week. Students must activiely participate in each of their online classes in order to show attendance. Parcitipation includes: discussion board postings (submitting and replying to others), submitting an assignment, completing a quiz, completing a test and group discussion and file exchange. The minimum attendance requirement is 1 day of attendance per week. Perfect attendance for online classes will be measured by meeting the discussion board requirement on a weekly basis in each online class for every week of the quarter. Undergraduate students who meet the mark in all of their courses (residential and online) during the quarter will qualify for the Perfect Attendance award, which includes a certificate and 20% off textbooks charged to student accounts in the following quarter.

Online System Requirements

Prerequisites: VT181, VT242, VT250. 8:00AM-11:25AM

Web Development CODE

Online Attendance

T Prerequisite: VT209.

Boise

Orientation to Online Learning

MW Prerequisites: VT175, VT181, VT236.

Veterinary Clinical Training 9 Cr. BE1

MW Prerequisite: VT209.

Certified Veterinary Technician Review 3 Cr.

VT298 VT298

Prerequisite: VT154.

Application of Veterinary Clinical Skills 3 Cr. BE1

VT296 VT296

10:45AM-12:55PM

Equine 3 Cr.

VT292 VT292

Boise

Production Animals 3 Cr.

VT280 VT280

Parasitology

Veterinary Business Practices 3 Cr.

VT270 VT270

MW

Small Animal Surgical Assisting 4 Cr.

VT266 VT266

1:30PM-3:40PM

Anesthesiology 4 Cr.

VT256 VT256

Boise

Hematology and Small Animal Disease 4 Cr.

VT250 VT250

Basic Hematology

Prerequisite: VT145.

Small Animal Nutrition and Nursing 4 Cr.

VT242 VT242

DAYS

Advanced Veterinary Clinical Skills 3 Cr.

VT236 VT236

TIMES

Parasitology 4 Cr. BE1

VT231 VT231

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Basic Hematology 3 Cr.

VT216 VT216

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TIMES

Online courses require a high level of interaction and participation in the course environment. It is highly recommended that students have their own computer equipped with the system requirements in order to succeed in online courses: Internet Connection

Broadband (Cable or DSL) recommended, 56Kbps minimum.

Hardware

Pentium PC or better or a Macintosh computer with Intel architecture. Audio capability is recommended including speakers and a microphone.

Operating System

Microsoft Windows XP, Windows VISTA or Windows 7 Operating System (OS) Note: Macintosh computers must have a Windows OS installed or Mac OSX10.5, Mac OSX 10.6. Ref: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1531

Software

Microsoft Office Professional 2010, 2007 or 2003, please know that Microsoft Office Professional 2010 is highly recommended. Keep in mind, some online courses may require additional software to be purchased by the student, and MS Works, Wordperfect and WordPad are not compatible with CampusConnect.

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Prerequisite: None. BVU Online

Microsoft Office 2010 is required for the following courses (CL111, CL131, CL256, BS350, DB211, and DB311). QuickTime is a recommend plug-in Mac users will require a Windows platform, OS X is not compatible with the courses listed above. Additional important software add on’s are available on the GU/MSB website We also recommend anti-virus software, but please know that Firewall software or Norton Security Software may cause issues when using CampusConnect.

For more information, see our helpdesk link on computer protection at the GU/MSB website

Browser

Microsoft Windows Operating Systems: Internet Explorer (IE8 and IE9) or Firefox (3.6-8) are recommended, Apple–MAC OS Operating Systems: Safari 5.0 or 4.0 and Firefox (3.6) and Chrome are recommended There are compatibility issues with the AOL web browser. Note: IE6, IE7, Firefox 1-3.5, Safari (2.0 and 3X or any verson on windows), and Java 5 are not supported by our online system.

E-mail Capabilities

Internet/Computer Access Students who do not own a computer must have consistent access multiple times per week to a computer that meets these minimum requirements.

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An email account through the college email system is provided and required, and details are included within the online orientation course

Helpdesk

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1.877.862.0662 | 612.436.7500 | helpdesk@msbcollege.edu

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Online information

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Additional Online Course Requirements The institution does not provide software and it must be purchased from an outside source. This is a comprehensive list of all online courses requiring specific software, regardless of the quarter offered.

SS103 Global Citizenship

HU130 Spanish I

Students are required to purchase headphones for this course. They will need to use it during Elluminate sessions and various other courses throughout their higher education.

Continual access to a microphone, speakers/headphones. Students must have sound recording capabilties for this course.

NOTE to students taking information technology courses (DB, IT, NT, SD, WD)

Continual access to a microphone, speakers/headphones. Students must have sound recording capabilties for this course.

In general, students should have their own computer that was purchased within the last three years. The computer should have at least 2 GB RAM and 12 GB of free hard drive space. Students should have administrative access to the machine or a virtual machine that resides on the machine, as most courses in the information technology program will require software installation. All student taking these courses should have Microsoft Office Professional 2010. Students enrolled in any IT program are eligible to receive Microsoft software, free of charge, through Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA) and ELMS.

IT324 User Interface Design

BS110 Business Communications This course requires a computer equipped with a microphone and speakers to complete required coursework.

BS350 Business Analysis Techniques Microsoft Office Professional 2010 is required for this course.

CA170 Digital Tools Adobe CS 5 (either MAC or PC) is required for this course.

CM111 Speech Communications This course requires a computer equipped with a microphone and speakers to complete required coursework.

HU230 Spanish II

MS Expression Studio (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS ) or Dreamweaver 4.0 or later (a free trial version or your own), and MS Visio (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS ) or Adobe Illustrator are required for this course. IT205 Operating Systems I

IT255 Operating Systems II IT315 Information Security IT333 Network Application Services IT425 Network Security Services IT432 Computer Forensics NT242 Data and Networks NT272 Networking and Security Students should have administrative access to their machines or a virtual machine as they may be required to download and install additional software. All of these courses require Virtual PC 2007(available for free download from MSDNAA-ELMS). Student machines must have a minimum of 2GB RAM and 12 GB free hard drive space to store virtual machines.

KY100 Keyboarding I

Microsoft Office Professional 2010 is required for this course. Students must complete coursework within a website for this course. Access to the website requires a minimum computer processing power of Pentium 4 as well as an operating system minimum of Microsoft XP with Service Pack 2, minimum memory of 512 MB or higher (1GB for students with Windows Vista).

Microsoft Office Professional 2007 or 2010 is required for this course. Students must opt for either the MS Office Professional 2007 or 2010 version of the guidebook included in the text book kit. Students must complete coursework within a website for this course. Access to the website requires a minimum computer processing power of Pentium 4 as well as an operating system minimum of Microsoft XP with Service Pack 2, minimum memory of 512 MB or higher (1GB for students with Windows Vista). Students taking this class online, cannot complete course work on a residential campus computer.

CL131 MS Office Applications I

LA215 Law Office Procedures and Technology.

Microsoft Office Professional 2010 is required for this course. Students must complete coursework within a website for this course. Access to the website requires a minimum computer processing power of Pentium 4 as well as an operating system minimum of Microsoft XP with Service Pack 2, minimum memory of 512 MB or higher (1GB for students with Windows Vista).

If you are taking this course there are know issues with Windows 7 and the compatibility of this course. Please note: you will need MS Access for this course

CL111 Introduction to Computer Literacy

CL256 MS Office Applications II Microsoft Office Professional 2010 is required for this course. Please note: you will need MS Access for this course. Students must complete coursework within a website for this course. Access to the website requires a minimum computer processing power of Pentium 4 as well as an operating system minimum of Microsoft XP with Service Pack 2, minimum memory of 512 MB or higher (1GB for students with Windows Vista).

DB211 Database Design and DB311 Introduction to Database Microsoft Access 2010, Microsoft Visio 2007 or 2010 (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS ) and Oracle 10g Express (available free to download from Oracle.com) are required for this course.

This course requires a computer equipped with speakers to complete required coursework.

SD114 Introduction to Software Development SD234 Programming I SD254 Programming II These courses require GameMaker Pro (SD114) and Dev C++ 4.9.9.2 (all) available online for a free download. You may also be required to install MS Visual Studio Professional (free download from MSDNAA-ELMS ).

WD350 Web Servers VMWare (available free for download) is required for this course. Students will create and manage their own Apache web server on a Linux virtualized machine

WD364 Web Application Development

HM475 Capstone This course requires a computer equipped with a microphone and speakers to complete required coursework.

HU121 Film in Society Students will need to watch movies for this course and will need to pay for rental fees.

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NS105 Biology

Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 or later with ASP.NET and ADO.NET developer tools (all available for free download through MSDNAA-ELMS) are required for this course.

Questions? Online Learning Coordinators are available at each campus for student support.

Jackie Hemken

Alissa Warpinski

Megan Rank

MSB Blaine 763.225.8025 jhemken@msbcollege.edu

GU Appleton 920.364.1118 awarpinski@globeuniversity.edu

GU Sioux Falls 605.323.3933 mrank@globeuniversity.edu

Nicki Cha

Gary Wheeler

Stacey Lilla

MSB Brooklyn Center 763.585.5216 sbrunsgaard@msbcollege.edu

GU Eau Claire 715.855.6616 gwheeler@globeuniversity.edu

GU Wausau 715.301.1332 slilla@globeuniversity.edu

Lea Poirier

Carey Mraz

Crystal Conway

MSB Elk River 763.367.7019 lpoirier@msbcollege.edu

GU Green Bay 920.264.1654 cmraz@globeuniversity.edu

GU Woodbury 651.714.7318 cconway@globeuniversity.edu

Jason Smock

Ree Nae Roberge-Greene

Amber Reeves

MSB Lakeville 952.892.9015 jsmock@msbcollege.edu

GU La Crosse 608.779.2614 rgreene@globeuniversity.edu

Online Dean of Students 612.455.4745 areeves@msbcollege.edu

Rachel Tomala

Jackie Pries

Melissa Hawkins

MSB Plymouth 763.398.5947 rtomala@msbcollege.edu

All Online Divisions 612.455.4747 jpries@msbcollege.edu

BVU Boise 208.577.2900 lmcewan@broadviewuniversity.edu

Nicole Whitcomb

Victor Wipperfurth

Brittany Monte

MSB Richfield 612.436.4778 nwhitcomb@msbcollege.edu

GU Madison East 608.216.9415 vwipperfurth@globeuniversity.edu

BVU Layton 801.542.7249 bmonte@broadviewuniversity.edu

Dorinda Leise

Chad Obright

David Powell

MSB Rochester 507.535.8034 dleise@msbcollege.edu

GU Madison West 608.830.6909 cobright@globeuniversity.edu

BVU Orem 801.822.5820 dpowell@broadviewuniversity.edu

Nolan Cook

Heather Bessard

Nathan Butterfield

MSB Shakopee 952.516-7016 ncook@msbcollege.edu

GU Minneapolis 612.455.3029 hbessard@globeuniversity.edu

BVU Salt Lake City 801.300.4331 nbutterfield@braoadviewuniversity.edu

Michelle Schreifels

Erik Block

Eva Bell

MSB St. Cloud 320.257.2061 vwhite@msbcollege.edu

GU Moorhead 218.422.1038 eblock@globeuniversity.edu

BVU West Jordan 801.542.7227 ebell@broadviewuniversity.edu

Questions? Online Learning Coordinators are available at each campus for student support

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