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College of the Pacific Conservatory of Music Eberhardt School of Business Gladys L. Benerd School of Education School of Engineering & Computer Science School of International Studies Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry Office of Summer Sessions Center for Professional & Continuing Education


2014 Summer Sessions Important Dates March 31 April 28

Summer Registration begins for Pacific Continuing Students Only Summer I, II and III registration begins for New Students

Summer I May 1 May 12 May 14 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 19 May 21 May 26 June 1 June 13 June 17 June 18

Payment deadline for Summer I classes Classes begin; Summer II & III registration remains open Last day to add classes and pass/no credit or letter grade option; last day to drop a class with a 100% refund, less $30 clerical charge Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment Registration cancelled for non-payment Last day to withdraw from classes with a 75% refund Last day to withdraw from classes with a 50% refund Last day to withdraw from classes with a 25% refund (No refunds after this date) Holiday - Memorial Day - No Classes Last day to withdraw except extended Summer I classes Last day for classes and final examinations except extended Summer I classes Final grades due online from faculty, 5:00PM except extended Summer I classes Unofficial student grades available online except extended Summer I classes

Summer II June 1 June 16 June 18 June 18 June 19 June 20 June 23 June 25 July 4 July 7 July 18 July 22 July 23

Payment deadline for Summer II classes Classes begin; Summer III registration remains open Last day to add classes and pass/no credit or letter grade option; last day to drop a class with a 100% refund, less $30 clerical charge Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment Registration cancelled for non-payment Last day to withdraw from classes with a 75% refund Last day to withdraw from classes with a 50% refund Last day to withdraw from classes with a 25% refund (No refunds after this date) Holiday – Independence Day - No Classes Last day to withdraw except for extended Summer II classes Last day for classes and final examinations except for extended Summer II classes Final grades due online from faculty, 5:00PM except for extended Summer II classes Unofficial student grades available online except for extended Summer II classes

Summer III July 1 Payment deadline for Summer III classes July 21 Classes begin July 23 Last day to add classes and pass/no credit or letter grade option; last day to drop a class with a 100% refund, less $30 clerical charge July 23 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment July 24 Registration cancelled for non-payment July 25 Last day to withdraw from classes with a 75% refund July 28 Last day to withdraw from classes with a 50% refund July 30 Last day to withdraw from classes with a 25% refund (No refunds after this date) August 4 No Classes August 11 Last day to withdraw August 22 Last day for classes and final examinations August 26 Final grades due online from faculty, 5:00PM August 27 Unofficial student grades available online


Summer Sessions 2014 Contents 4

General Education Courses

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Diversity Courses

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How to be Successful in Your Online Class

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Online Courses

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Course Descriptions

Dear Friends, Summer at Pacific is almost here! It is an exciting time with endless opportunities. Summer is also a more relaxed time of year—a time to enjoy one’s progress, to take a moment to reassess goals and to recommit to moving forward to accomplish your educational objectives. Summer Sessions 2014 allows you to both enjoy the summer sun and continue moving toward your academic goals. It provides you the opportunity to extend your learning by taking courses on our beautiful campus, from your home, while on vacation or at your workplace. We offer many in-seat and online courses, providing flexibility to meet your schedule and academic needs.

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Summer Courses by School or College

Relax and enjoy this summer by staying on target to meet your educational goals. Happy Summer—and Enjoy!

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Summer Sessions Information

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Teacher Preparation

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Creative Writing Conference & Class

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Extension Courses, Center for Professional & Continuing Education (CPCE)

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Summer Travel Programs

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Campus Map

Summer Sessions 2014

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Campus Legend & CPCE Location Map

Summer I May 12 to June 13

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Important Phone Numbers

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Pacific Music Camp

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First Time Unclassified Student Application

Barbara L. Shaw, Ph.D. Associate Provost Professional and Continuing Education Office of Summer Sessions

Registration start dates: Continuing Pacific students: March 31, 2014 New students: April 28, 2014

Summer II June 16 to July 18 Summer III July 21 to August 22 For additional information about Pacific’s Summer Programs or to receive information on any of the specialized publications described in this catalog, please contact the Office of Summer Sessions at 209.946.2424 or visit go.pacific.edu/summer-sessions

Cover art designed by Jonel Imutan, Class of 2013. This design was chosen from Pacific’s Fall 2012 Illustration class taught by Michael Leonard.


GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

General Education Courses CRN # DEPT CRS # SECT UNITS COURSE TITLE

SESSION

I = Session 1 II = Session 2 III = Session 3 DAYS HOURS

GE I-A: Individual & Interpersonal Behavior 50553 COMM 043 01 3 Intro. to Interpersonal Comm. I MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm 50003 ECON 053 01 4 Introductory Microeconomics I MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 50237 PSYC 029 ON1 4 Child Development I Online Online 50236 PSYC 111 ON1 4 Abnormal Psychology I Online Online 50544 PSYC 167 ON1 4 Psychology and the Law I Online Online 60363 PSYC 066 ON1 4 Human Sexuality II Online Online 60513 PSYC 133 ON1 4 Adulthood & Aging II Online Online 70175 PSYC 031 ON1 4 Introduction to Psychology III Online Online GE I-B: U.S. Studies 50559 ECON 055 01 4 Intro.Macroecon.:Theory,Policy I MTWRF 2:30pm-4:35pm 50240 HIST 020 ON1 4 United States History I I Online Online 50263 POLS 041 ON1 4 U.S. Government and Politics I Online Online 50543 SOCI 041 ON1 4 Social Problems I Online Online 60536 BUSI 053 01 4 Legal & Ethical Envir. of Bus. II MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 60002 COMM 031 01 3 Media and Society II MTWR 9:30am-11:30am 60020 COMM 031 02 3 Media and Society II MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm 70183 COMM 031 ON1 3 Media and Society III Online Online 70424 SOCI 051 01 4 Introduction to Sociology III MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 70433 SOCI 051 ON1 4 Introduction to Sociology III Online Online GE I-C: Global Studies 50244 CLAS 051 01 4 Classical Mythology I MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 50546 COMM 143 01 4 Intercultural Communications I MTWRF 9:30am-11:30am 50262 POLS 011 ON1 4 Intro. to Political Science I Online Online 50560 POLS 051 ON1 4 International Politics I Online Online 60538 ANTH 053 ON1 4 Cultural Anthropology II Online Online 60021 MHIS 006 01 3 Music of the World’s Peoples II MTWR 9:30am-11:30am 70317 CLAS 051 01 4 Classical Mythology III MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 70291 POLS 011 ON1 4 Intro. to Political Science III Online Online 70324 POLS 051 ON1 4 International Politics III Online Online GE II-A: Language & Literature 50002 COMM 027 01 3 Public Speaking I MTWR 9:30am-11:30am 50013 COMM 027 02 3 Public Speaking I MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm 70429 ENGL 131 ON1 4 Shakespeare III Online Online 70427 RELI 023 01 4 Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) III MTWRF 2:30pm-4:45pm GE II-B: Worldviews & Ethics 50552 ENGR 030 01 3 Engineering Ethics & Society I MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm 50554 PHIL 021 01 4 Moral Problems I MTWR 2:30pm-4:35pm 50565 RELI 043 01 4 Social Ethics I MTWRF 2:30pm-4:45pm 60517 ENGR 030 01 3 Engineering Ethics & Society II MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm 60498 HIST 050 01 4 World History I II MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 60390 RELI 027 ON1 4 Portraits of Jesus II Online Online 60361 RELI 034 ON1 4 Introduction to Religion II Online Online 70292 RELI 034 01 4 Introduction to Religion III MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 70428 RELI 134 01 4 World Religions III MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm

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GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES CRN # DEPT CRS # SECT UNITS COURSE TITLE

SESSION

DAYS HOURS

GE II-C: Visual & Performing Arts 50545 ARTS 003 01 4 Visual Arts Exploration I MTWRF 9:00am-12:20pm 50014 MHIS 005 01 4 Music Appreciation I MTWRF 9:30am-11:50am 50368 THEA 011 01 4 Introduction to the Theatre I MTWR 9:30am-11:30am 50577 THEA 071 01 3 Beginning Acting I MTWR 9:30am-11:30am 60015 ARTS 005 01 3 Drawing II MTWRF 1:00pm-4:20pm 60077 THEA 134 01 3 Mask-Making II MTWRF 12:00pm-2:20pm 70190 ARTS 003 01 4 Visual Arts Exploration III MTWRF 9:00am-12:20pm 70325 ARTS 005 01 3 Drawing III MTWRF 1:00pm-4:20pm GE III-A: Natural Sciences 50424 BIOL 061 01 4 Principles of Biology I MTWRF 9:00am-11:45am 50567 CHEM 023 01 4 Elements of Chemistry I MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am 50078 CHEM 025 01 5 General Chemistry I MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am 50015 CHEM 027 01 5 General Chemistry I MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am 50571 GEOS 043 HB1 4 Enviro. Sci.:Informed Citizens I TBA 50033 PHYS 023 01 5 General Physics I I MTWRF 12:00pm-2:20pm 60371 BIOL 051 01 4 Principles of Biology II MTWRF 9:30am-12:15am 60523 CHEM 024 01 4 Fundamentals of Chem II MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am 60083 CHEM 027 01 5 General Chemistry II MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am 60526 GEOS 043 HB1 4 Enviro. Sci.:Informed Citizens II TBA 60029 PHYS 025 01 5 General Physics II II MTWRF 12:00pm-2:20pm 70422 GEOS 051 01 4 Dynamic Planet III MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm GE III-B: Mathematics & Formal Logic 50057 COMP 025 01 4 Computers and Info. Processing I MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 50072 MATH 035 01 4 Element. Statistical Inference I MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 50562 MATH 037 01 4 Intro. to Stats. & Probability I MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 50443 MATH 051 01 4 Calculus I I MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 50563 MATH 053 01 4 Calculus II I MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 50444 MATH 055 01 4 Calculus III I MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 50257 PHIL 037 ON1 4 Introduction to Logic I Online Online 60095 MATH 053 01 4 Calculus II II MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 60522 MATH 055 01 4 Calculus III II MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm 60520 POLS 133 01 4 Political Science Research II MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 70326 MATH 037 01 4 Intro. to Stats. & Probability III MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 70426 PHIL 037 ON1 4 Introduction to Logic III Online Online GE III-C: Science, Technology & Society 50558 BIOL 035 ON1 4 Environment: Concepts & Issues I Online Online 50549 COMP 041 ON1 4 Great Ideas in Computing I Online Online 50527 HESP 041 ON1 4 Health and Wellness for Life I Online Online 50532 HESP 045 01 4 Nutrition for Health I MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am 60503 HESP 041 ON1 4 Health and Wellness for Life II Online Online

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) AND INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) CREDIT IN GENERAL EDUCATION Students may earn a maximum of 28 units (7 courses) total from AP/IB/CLEP to satisfy their general education breadth program requirements. Minimum scores of 4 on the AP exam and 5 on the IB higher-level exam are required for general education credit. To view how AP, IB, or courses from another institution are accepted at Pacific, go to the Registrar’s web page and look under articulation agreements (ROAR) at http://pacific.edu/registrar. Center for Professional & Continuing Education - Office of Summer Sessions

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DIVERSITY COURSES / ONLINE COURSE INFO.

Diversity Courses CRN # DEPT CRS #

SECT

UNITS

COURSE TITLE

DAYS

HOURS

GE

SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50408 PSYC 155 ON1 50543 SOCI 041 ON1 50546 COMM 143 01 50240 HIST 020 ON1 50552 ENGR 030 01

4 Couples & Family Therapy Online 4 Social Problems Online 4 Intercultural Communication MTWRF 4 United States History I Online 3 Engineering Ethics and Society MTWR

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60538 ANTH 053 ON1 60517 ENGR 030 01 60498 HIST 050 01 60021 MHIS 006 01 60513 PSYC 133 ON1

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Cultural Anthropology Engineering Ethics and Society World History I Music of the World’s Peoples Adulthood & Aging

Online Online # MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm # MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm # MTWR 9:30am-11:30am # Online Online #

SUMMER III: July 21- August 22 70429 ENGL 131 ON1 70424 SOCI 051 01 70433 SOCI 051 ON1

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Shakespeare Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology

Online MTWRF Online

Online Online # 9:30am-11:30am # Online # 12:00pm-2:00pm #

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How to be Successful in Your Online Class! • • •

Learning online is a unique experience. If you have the minimum computer and software requirements, you still have to ask yourself, “Am I ready for an online class?” Go online and take this brief questionnaire (http://bit.ly/AreYouReadyForOnline). Online classes provide the most benefits to independent, motivated self-learners who don’t need constant reminders of deadlines and assignments. Successful online students often realize that online learning is not easier than the classroom; however, it can be more effective and rewarding if you can manage your own learning and work well independently. Here are some things you can do to prepare for success: 6

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Find physical space where you can study and work Make sure you have everything you need before class starts Login before class and locate all of the important information: • The instructor’s name and contact information • The syllabus and calendar —read this carefully and plan ahead • The assignments (and how to submit them) • The tools that will be used (discussion boards, Elluminate Live!, podcasts, etc.) • Find out how much time you will need to accomplish the goals of the class Make a schedule and keep to it Post an introduction and make a friend Be patient

Your online experience can be both engaging and collaborative. You will be able to participate in the discussions and engage the other students and instructor. Research shows that if you engage the instructor and other students, you will have a more rewarding, enjoyable, and worthwhile experience.

Technology Requirements Besides being a self-starter, having the right equipment is an important factor for your success. Make sure you have everything necessary to complete assignments. A personal computer and Internet connection are essential. Class times online vary but a minimum of five hours a week per class is a good workload estimate. You do not have to be an expert user to take an online course, but you must be comfortable with using your computer and the Internet since they play an integral part in your education. We suggest that you have the following minimum computer configuration to be successful in the online format: • Personal computer (a minimum of 1 GB RAM) • 500 MB of free hard drive space • Internet Explorer (9 or higher), Firefox (24 or higher), Google Chrome, or Safari (7 or higher) • Internet connection with at least 56Kbps • Java enabled on your browser Note: some classes may require additional software or web services. Please consult individual instructors.

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ONLINE COURSES / COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Online Courses NO.

DEPT #

COURSE TITLE

See individual course descriptions online at insidepacific.pacific.edu. # indicates General Education courses; • indicates Diversity courses UNITS/GE/DIV

SUMMER I : May 12 - June 13 50558 BIOL 035 Environment: Concepts & Issues 50557 BIOL 128 Histology 50561 BIOL 176 Ecology & Conservation Biology 50369 BUSI 110 Career Development Seminar 50370 BUSI 165 International Marketing 50549 COMP 041 Great Ideas in Computing 50540 EPSY 307 Group Counseling 50447 EPSY 311 Law and Professional Ethics 50434 GEOS 043 Envir Sci:Inform Citizens,Lab1 50527 HESP 041 Health and Wellness for Life 50530 HESP 061 Medical Terminology 50528 HESP 133 Kinesiology 50240 HIST 020 United States History I 50412 MTHR 135 Music w/Children/Inclusive Set 50257 PHIL 037 Introduction to Logic 50262 POLS 011 Intro. to Political Science 50263 POLS 041 U.S. Government and Politics 50560 POLS 051 International Politics 50237 PSYC 029 Child Development 50236 PSYC 111 Abnormal Psychology 50407 PSYC 125 History & Systems of Psych. 50408 PSYC 155 Couples & Family Therapy 50544 PSYC 167 Psychology and the Law 50572 SPED 193A Ev Bsed Prac Bipolar Disrder 50574 SPED 193B Evid Based Practice in Autism 50573 SPED 293A Ev Bsed Prac Bipolar Disrder 50575 SPED 293B Evid Based Practice in Autism 50543 SOCI 041 Social Problems

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60538 ANTH 053 Cultural Anthropology 4 # 60518 BIOL 193A Epidemiology. 4 60529 COMM 050 Intro. to Communication Tech. 3 60387 COMM 160 Communication Research Methods 4 60534 COMP 127 Web Applications 4 60075 BUSI 100 Management Information Systems 4 60540 EDUC 193A Literacy in Childhood Education 1-4 60541 EDUC 293A Literacy in Childhood Education 1-4 60542 EDUC 267 Understand Adolescents in School 3 60535 EDUC 306 Curriculum Materials Develop. 3 60013 EPSY 220 Nature & Cond. of Learning 3 60063 EPSY 316 Behav/Personality Assmt in Sch 3 60503 HESP 041 Health and Wellness for Life 4 # 60500 HESP 157 The Clinician in Hlth & Ex Sci 4 60363 PSYC 066 Human Sexuality 4 # 60513 PSYC 133 Adulthood and Aging 4 # 60514 PSYC 193A Human Memory 4 60390 RELI 027 Portraits of Jesus 4 # 60361 RELI 034 Introduction to Religion 4 #

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COURSE TITLE

UNITS/GE/DIV

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70180 BIOL 186 Hormones and Behavior 70172 BUSI 181 Strategic Management & Policy 70420 BUSI 293A Healthcare Information Systems 70176 CHEM 035 Organic Chemistry Primer 70192 CHEM 181 Intro to Molecular Simulation 70183 COMM 031 Media and Society 70429 ENGL 131 Shakespeare 70313 ENGR 201 Techniques in Research 70409 EPSY 308 History/Systems of Psychology 70412 HESP 061 Medical Terminology 70417 HESP 135 Sports Nutrition 70334 MATH 001 Pre-Algebra and Lab 70335 MATH 003 Elementary Algebra and Lab 70336 MATH 005 Intermd. College Algebra & Lab 70426 PHIL 037 Introduction to Logic 70291 POLS 011 Intro. to Political Science 70324 POLS 051 International Politics 70175 PSYC 031 Introduction to Psychology 70433 SOCI 051 Introduction to Sociology

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Course Descriptions To View Course Descriptions: Go to Office of the Registrar web site: www.pacific.edu/registrar • Click on ‘Schedule of Classes’ on left hand side • Click on ‘Search the Class/Schedule/Courses Search database’ • Click on ‘pull down arrow’ and select appropriate term • Click ‘Submit’ button Searches: 1. Select the subject of the course you are looking for 2. Enter the course number (optional) 3. To find General Education, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Film Studies, Gender Studies, and Honors Courses: choose an attribute type 4. Click Class Search 5. A page will display all the courses that meet your criteria. The title and Course Reference number (CRN - a 5 digit number) will display under ‘Sections Found’ 6. To view Course Descriptions click on View Catalog Entry

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COURSE LISTINGS

Summer Courses by School or College NOTE: See page 7 for instructions to view course descriptions. Courses and instructors are subject to change. Courses are subject to cancellation if they do not meet minimum enrollment requirements. CRN is Course Reference Number, TBA is To Be Announced, # indicates a General Education course. CRN #

DEPT COURSE # SECT

COURSE TITLE

UNITS DAYS

ARTS - Studio Art SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50545 ARTS 003 01 Visual Arts Exploration 50258 ARTS 075 01 Graphic Design I

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INSTRUCTOR

MTWRF 9:00am-12:20pm Staff, P. MTWRF 9:00am-12:20pm DeBoer, S.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60015 ARTS 005 01 Drawing 3 MTWRF 1:00pm-4:20pm Staff, P.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70190 ARTS 003 01 Visual Arts Exploration 70325 ARTS 005 01 Drawing

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MTWRF 9:00am-12:20pm Staff, P. MTWRF 1:00pm-4:20pm Staff, P.

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BIOL - Biological Sciences SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50558 BIOL 035 ON1 Environment: Concepts & Issues 50424 BIOL 061 01 Principles of Biology 50426 BIOL 061 L01 Principles of Biology, Lab 1 50427 BIOL 061 L02 Principles of Biology, Lab 2 50557 BIOL 128 ON1 Histology 50555 BIOL 145 01 Microbiology 50556 BIOL 145 L01 Microbiology, Lab 1 50081 BIOL 155 01 Biological Electron Microscopy 50561 BIOL 176 ON1 Ecology & Conservation Biology 50068 BIOL 197 01 Undergraduate Research 50069 BIOL 197 02 Undergraduate Research 50083 BIOL 197 03 Undergraduate Research 50082 BIOL 197 04 Undergraduate Research 50087 BIOL 197 05 Undergraduate Research

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Online Online MTWRF 9:00am-11:45am MTWRF 12:45pm-3:45pm MTWRF 12:45pm-3:45pm Online Online MTWRF 8:30am-11:30am TWR 12:00pm-3:00pm MTWRF 8:30am-12:30pm Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Brunell, M. # Thiemann, T. # Thiemann, T. Thiemann, T. Maxwell, W. Lin-Cereghino, G. Lin-Cereghino, G. Staff, P. Staff, P. Land, K. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60371 BIOL 051 01 Principles of Biology 60372 BIOL 051 L01 Principles of Biology, Lab 1 60373 BIOL 051 L02 Principles of Biology, Lab 2 60374 BIOL 051 L03 Principles of Biology, Lab 3 60375 BIOL 051 L04 Principles of Biology, Lab 4 60518 BIOL 193A ON1 Epidemiology 60028 BIOL 197 01 Undergraduate Research 60068 BIOL 197 02 Undergraduate Research 60071 BIOL 197 03 Undergraduate Research 60073 BIOL 197 04 Undergraduate Research 60062 BIOL 299 01 Thesis

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MTWRF 9:30am-12:15am MTWRF 12:45pm-3:45pm MTWRF 12:45pm-3:45pm MTWRF 12:45pm-3:45pm MTWRF 12:45pm-3:45pm Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Land, K. Land, K. Land, K. Land, K. Land, K. Maxwell, W. Vierra, C. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Vierra, C.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70180 BIOL 186 ON1 Hormones and Behavior 70012 BIOL 197 01 Undergraduate Research 70013 BIOL 197 02 Undergraduate Research 70026 BIOL 197 03 Undergraduate Research 70383 BIOL 197 04 Undergraduate Research

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Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA

Thomas, E. Land, K. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

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DEPT COURSE # SECT

COURSE TITLE

CHEM - Chemistry

UNITS DAYS

HOURS

INSTRUCTOR

GE

SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50567 CHEM 023 01 Elements of Chemistry 50568 CHEM 023 L01 Elements of Chemistry, Lab 1 50078 CHEM 025 01 General Chemistry 50040 CHEM 025 L01 General Chemistry, Lab 1 50584 CHEM 025 L02 General Chemistry, Lab 2 50266 CHEM 025 L03 General Chemistry, Lab 3 50015 CHEM 027 01 General Chemistry 50016 CHEM 027 L01 General Chemistry, Lab 1 50585 CHEM 027 L02 General Chemistry, Lab 2 50071 CHEM 027 L03 General Chemistry, Lab 3 50001 CHEM 121 01 Organic Chemistry I 50009 CHEM 121 L01 Organic Chemistry I, Lab 1 50008 CHEM 121 L03 Organic Chemistry I, Lab 3 50044 CHEM 197 01 Independent Research

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MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-11:50am MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-11:50am MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-11:50am TBA

Sztaray, B. Sztaray, B. Zhao, Q. Zhao, Q. Zhao, Q. Zhao, Q. Rodriguez, S. Rodriguez, S. Rodriguez, S. Rodriguez, S. Franz, A. Franz, A. Franz, A. McCallum, C.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60523 CHEM 024 01 Fundamentals of Chem 60524 CHEM 024 L01 Fundamentals of Chem, Lab 1 60083 CHEM 027 01 General Chemistry 60004 CHEM 027 L01 General Chemistry, Lab 1 60034 CHEM 027 L03 General Chemistry, Lab 3 60041 CHEM 197 01 Independent Research

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MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-11:50am TBA

Brackett, C. Brackett, C. McCallum, C. McCallum, C. McCallum, C. McCallum, C.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70176 CHEM 035 ON1 Organic Chemistry Primer 70305 CHEM 123 01 Organic Chemistry II 70306 CHEM 123 L01 Organic Chemistry II, Lab 1 70309 CHEM 123 L04 Organic Chemistry II, Lab 4 70192 CHEM 181 ON1 Intro to Molecular Simulation 70015 CHEM 197 01 Independent Research

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Online Online MTWRF 8:00am-9:50am MTWRF 10:00am-1:00pm MTWRF 10:00am-11:50am Online Online TBA

Rodriguez, S. Xue, L. Xue, L. Xue, L. McCallum, C. McCallum, C.

COMM - Communication SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50002 COMM 027 01 Public Speaking 50013 COMM 027 02 Public Speaking 50553 COMM 043 01 Intro. to Interpersonal Comm. 50391 COMM 087 01 Internship 50546 COMM 143 01 Intercultural Communication 50392 COMM 187 01 Internship 50041 COMM 191 01 Independent Study 50393 COMM 287 01 Graduate Internship 50045 COMM 297 01 Graduate Research 50277 COMM 299 01 Thesis

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MTWR 9:30am-11:30am MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm TBA MTWRF 9:30am-11:30am TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Ray, R. Ray, R. Staff, P. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60002 COMM 031 01 Media and Society 3 60020 COMM 031 02 Media and Society 3 60530 COMM 050 L01 Intro. to Comm. Tech., Lab 1 0 60531 COMM 050 L02 Intro. to Comm. Tech., Lab 2 0 60532 COMM 050 L03 Intro. to Comm. Tech., Lab 3 0 60529 COMM 050 ON1 Intro. to Communication Tech. 3 60088 COMM 087 01 Internship 1-4 60042 COMM 089 01 Practicum 1-4 60387 COMM 160 ON1 Communication Research Methods 4 60089 COMM 187 01 Internship 2-4 60035 COMM 191 01 Independent Study 2-4 60043 COMM 287 01 Graduate Internship 2,4 60044 COMM 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 2-4

MTWR 9:30am-11:30am MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm TBA TBA TBA Online Online TBA TBA Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA

Ray, R. Ray, R. Day, K. Day, K. Day, K. Day, K. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q.

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DEPT COURSE # SECT

COURSE TITLE

COMM

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DAYS

HOURS

INSTRUCTOR

- Communication- Cont.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70183 COMM 031 ON1 Media and Society 70301 COMM 087 01 Internship 70302 COMM 187 01 Internship 70014 COMM 191 01 Independent Study 70303 COMM 287 01 Graduate Internship 70196 COMM 299 01 Thesis

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ECON - Economics SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50003 ECON 053 01 Introductory Microeconomics 50559 ECON 055 01 Intro.Macroecon.:Theory,Policy 50056 ECON 191 01 Independent Study

4 MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Staniec, J. 4 MTWRF 2:30pm-4:35pm Hicks, J. 2-4 TBA Staniec, J.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60053 ECON 191 01 Independent Study

2-4 TBA

Staniec, J.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70174 ECON 191 01 Independent Study

2-4 TBA

Staniec, J.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60533 ENGL 109 01 Professional Communications

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MTWR

Smith, A.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70438 ENGL 124 01 Film History 70429 ENGL 131 ON1 Shakespeare

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MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Lessard, J. Online Online Lehmann, C.

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Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Ray, R. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q. Dong, Q.

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Ethnic Studies - (Multidisciplinary) SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50546 COMM 143 01 Intercultural Communication Film

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MTWRF 9:30am-11:30am

Dong, Q.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70438 ENGL 124 01 Film History 70429 ENGL 131 ON1 Shakespeare GEOS - Geosciences SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50571 GEOS 043 HB1 Enviro. Sci.:Informed Citizens* 50569 GEOS 093A 01 Geology for Engineers 50570 GEOS 093A L01 Geology for Engineers Lab 01 * Field trip on June 6, 2014. SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60526 GEOS 043 HB1 Enviro. Sci.:Informed Citizens* * Field trip on July 11, 2014. SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70422 GEOS 051 01 Dynamic Planet 70423 GEOS 051 L01 Dynamic Planet

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MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Lessard, J. Online Online Lehmann, C.

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Ciccolella, M. Van Ness, J. Ludwig, C. Van Ness, J. Ciccolella, M. Hoenig, J. Wyant, J.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60503 HESP 041 ON1 Health and Wellness for Life 60500 HESP 157 ON1 The Clinician in Hlth & Ex Sci 60543 HESP 293A 01 Service Learning Internship

4 Online Online Ludwig, C. 4 Online Online Ciccolella, M. 3,4 MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Killick, L.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70412 HESP 061 ON1 Medical Terminology 70439 HESP 100 01 Intro. to Research in HESP 70440 HESP 129 01 Prin. of Exercise Physiology 70417 HESP 135 ON1 Sports Nutrition 70415 HESP 239 01 Adv. Applied Sport Psychology

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Online MTWRF MTWRF Online MTWRF

Online 12:00pm-2:50pm TBA Online 9:30am-11:35am

Staff, P. Moore, B. Moore, B. Van Ness, J. Schroeder, P.

HIST - History SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50240 HIST 020 ON1 United States History I

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Helgren, J.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60498 HIST 050 01 World History I 60539 HIST 130 01 History of California

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MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Agocs, A. # MTWRF 9:30am-11:30am Swagerty, W.

JCTR - Jacoby Center SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50029 JCTR 087A 01 Service Learning Practicum 50030 JCTR 087B 01 Service Learning Practicum 50246 JCTR 187A 01 Community Affairs Internship 50247 JCTR 187B 01 Community Affairs Internship 50047 JCTR 191 01 Independent Study 50035 JCTR 197A 01 Community Independent Research 50036 JCTR 197B 01 Community Independent Research

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TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60023 JCTR 087A 01 Service Learning Practicum 60024 JCTR 087B 01 Service Learning Practicum 60084 JCTR 187A 01 Community Affairs Internship 60085 JCTR 187B 01 Community Affairs Internship 60046 JCTR 191 01 Independent Study 60025 JCTR 197A 01 Community Independent Research 60026 JCTR 197B 01 Community Independent Research

2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 2,4 1-4 1-4

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70004 JCTR 087A 01 Service Learning Practicum 70005 JCTR 087B 01 Service Learning Practicum 70181 JCTR 187A 01 Community Affairs Internship 70182 JCTR 187B 01 Community Affairs Internship 70018 JCTR 191 01 Independent Study 70006 JCTR 197A 01 Community Independent Research 70007 JCTR 197B 01 Community Independent Research

2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 2,4 1-4 1-4

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

HESP-Health, Exercise SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50527 HESP 041 ON1 Health and Wellness for Life 50532 HESP 045 01 Nutrition for Health 50530 HESP 061 ON1 Medical Terminology 50533 HESP 129 01 Prin. of Exercise Physiology 50528 HESP 133 ON1 Kinesiology 50529 HESP 139 01 Exercise Psychology 50534 HESP 159 01 Educator in Preparation

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& Sport Sciences 4 4 4 4 4 4 3

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Parker, D. Malec, S. Rosasco, M. Rosasco, M. Langley, L. Mayberry, J. Merz, S.

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MATH - Mathematics SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50072 MATH 035 01 Element. Statistical Inference 50562 MATH 037 01 Intro. to Stats. & Probability 50443 MATH 051 01 Calculus I 50563 MATH 053 01 Calculus II 50444 MATH 055 01 Calculus III 50564 MATH 057 01 App. Diff. Equations I: ODES 50566 MATH 145 01 Applied Linear Algebra

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MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60095 MATH 053 01 Calculus II 60522 MATH 055 01 Calculus III 60394 MATH 057 01 App. Diff. Equations I: ODES

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MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Beltukov, A. MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Beltukov, A. MTWRF 9:30am-11:45am Marotta, S.

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PACS - Pacific Seminar SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50416 PACS 003 01 What is an Ethical Life? 50417 PACS 003 02 What is an Ethical Life? 50418 PACS 003 03 What is an Ethical Life?

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9:30am-11:30am Sylvester, D. 12:00pm-2:00pm Lenzi, A. 2:30pm-4:30pm Staff, P.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60367 PACS 003 01 What is an Ethical Life? 60368 PACS 003 02 What is an Ethical Life? 60370 PACS 003 03 What is an Ethical Life?

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MTWR MTWR MTWR

9:30am-11:30am Staff, P. 12:00pm-2:00pm Norton, C. 2:30pm-4:30pm Staff, P.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70432 PACS 003 01 What is an Ethical Life? 70322 PACS 003 02 What is an Ethical Life? 70323 PACS 003 03 What is an Ethical Life?

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MTWR MTWR MTWR

9:30am-11:30am McClellan, C. 12:00pm-2:00pm Staff, P. 2:30pm-4:30pm Smith, K.

PHIL - Philosophy SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50554 PHIL 021 01 Moral Problems 50257 PHIL 037 ON1 Introduction to Logic

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Staff, P. Rennard, R.

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Rennard, R.

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MTWRF 12:00pm-2:20pm Greer, A. TR 2:30pm-4:50pm Staff, P.

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POLS - Political Science SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50262 POLS 011 ON1 Intro. to Political Science 50263 POLS 041 ON1 U.S. Government and Politics 50560 POLS 051 ON1 International Politics 50233 POLS 187A 01 Political Science Internship 50234 POLS 187B 01 Political Science Internship 50238 POLS 187C 01 Pre-Law Internship 50055 POLS 191 01 Independent Study 50046 POLS 197 01 Undergraduate Research

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Online Online Online Online Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60520 POLS 133 01 Political Science Research 60080 POLS 187A 01 Political Science Internship 60081 POLS 187B 01 Political Science Internship 60082 POLS 187C 01 Pre-Law Internship 60038 POLS 191 01 Independent Study 60052 POLS 197 01 Undergraduate Research

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MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Smith, K. Klunk, B. Klunk, B. Klunk, B. Klunk, B. Klunk, B.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70291 POLS 011 ON1 Intro. to Political Science 70324 POLS 051 ON1 International Politics 70178 POLS 187A 01 Political Science Internship 70179 POLS 191 01 Independent Study

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Online Online Online Online TBA TBA

Sample, S. Sample, S. Klunk, B. Klunk, B.

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PSYC - Psychology SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50237 PSYC 029 ON1 Child Development 50236 PSYC 111 ON1 Abnormal Psychology 50407 PSYC 125 ON1 History & Systems of Psych. 50408 PSYC 155 ON1 Couples & Family Therapy 50544 PSYC 167 ON1 Psychology and the Law

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Online Online Online Online Online

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Grady, J. Jensen, S. Normand, M. Kohn, C. Austin, J.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60363 PSYC 066 ON1 Human Sexuality 60513 PSYC 133 ON1 Adulthood and Aging 60514 PSYC 193A ON1 Human Memory

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Online Online Online

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Staff, P. Staff, P. Graham, E.

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Jensen, S.

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RELI/CLAS - Religious SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50244 CLAS 051 01 Classical Mythology 50565 RELI 043 01 Social Ethics

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MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Staff, P. MTWRF 2:30pm-4:45pm Randels, G.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60390 RELI 027 ON1 Portraits of Jesus 60361 RELI 034 ON1 Introduction to Religion

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Online Online

Online Online

Staff, P. Staff, P.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70317 CLAS 051 01 Classical Mythology 70427 RELI 023 01 Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) 70292 RELI 034 01 Introduction to Religion 70428 RELI 134 01 World Religions

4 4 4 4

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

12:00pm-2:05pm 2:30pm-4:45pm 9:30am-11:35am 12:00pm-2:05pm

Staff, P. Lenzi, A. Storch, T. Storch, T.

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SOCI - Sociology SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50543 SOCI 041 ON1 Social Problems 50037 SOCI 191 01 Independent Study 50038 SOCI 197A 01 Independent Research 50039 SOCI 197B 01 Independent Research

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Online Online TBA TBA TBA

Nicdao, E. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

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SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60031 SOCI 191 01 Independent Study 60032 SOCI 197A 01 Independent Research 60033 SOCI 197B 01 Independent Research

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Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

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Alkon, A. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70424 SOCI 051 01 Introduction to Sociology 70433 SOCI 051 ON1 Introduction to Sociology 70009 SOCI 191 01 Independent Study 70010 SOCI 197A 01 Independent Research 70011 SOCI 197B 01 Independent Research

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MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Online Online TBA TBA TBA

THEA - Theatre Arts SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50368 THEA 011 01 Introduction to the Theatre 50577 THEA 071 01 Beginning Acting 50442 THEA 191 01 Independent Study

3 3 1-4

MTWR 9:30am-11:30am McClellan, C. MTWR 9:30am-11:30am Mahala, M. TBA McClellan, C.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60384 THEA 089H 01 Practicum: Production 60077 THEA 134 01 Mask-Making 60353 THEA 191 01 Independent Study

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TBA McClellan, C. MTWRF 12:00pm-2:20pm Enlow, R. TBA McClellan, C.

Conservatory of Music MEDU - Music Education SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50004 MEDU 200 01 Video Microreh/Music Tch Cand 3 MTWRF 5:00pm-7:30pm 50005 MEDU 202 01 Fieldwork in Music Education 3 MTWRF TBA

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MHIS - Music History SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50014 MHIS 005 01 Music Appreciation

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MMGT - Music Management SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50374 MMGT 087 01 Fieldwork in Music Management 1,2 50241 MMGT 187 01 Music Management Internship 2-4 50050 MMGT 197 01 Undergraduate Research 1-4

TBA TBA TBA

Hatschek, K. Hatschek, K. Hatschek, K.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60271 MMGT 087 01 Fieldwork in Music Management 1,2 60078 MMGT 187 01 Music Management Internship 2-4

TBA TBA

Hatschek, K. Hatschek, K.

MTHR - Music Therapy SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50245 MTHR 187 01 Internship in Music Therapy 50375 MTHR 245 01 Clin. Clerkship in Mus. Ther. 50377 MTHR 260 01 Adv. Clinical Practice in MT 50449 MTHR 299 01 Thesis

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Hsiao, F. Hsiao, F. Hsiao, F. Hsiao, F.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60079 MTHR 187 01 Internship in Music Therapy

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Staff, P.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70177 MTHR 187 01 Internship in Music Therapy

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Staff, P.

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Eberhardt School of Business

BUSI - Business Administration SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50073 BUSI 031 01 Prin. of Financial Accounting 4 MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Eakin, C. 50537 BUSI 104 01 Operations Management 4 MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Price, W. 50369 BUSI 110 ON1 Career Development Seminar 1 Online Online Staff, P. 50370 BUSI 165 ON1 International Marketing 4 Online Online Joseph-Mathews, S. 50232 BUSI 183 01 Administrative Internship 1-8 TBA Staff, P. 50270 BUSI 191 01 Independent Study 1-4 TBA Staff, P. 50079 BUSI 268 01 Global Business Competition* 3 MTWRF Szyliowicz, D. 50255 BUSI 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 1-4 TBA Staff, P. *Travel Dates: May 12 - 22, 2014. Contact the Eberhardt School of Business at 209.946.2629 for more information. SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60506 BUSI 023 01 Business Communications 4 60003 BUSI 033 01 Prin. of Managerial Accounting 4 60536 BUSI 053 01 Legal & Ethical Envir. of Bus. 4 60075 BUSI 100 ON1 Management Information Systems 4 60507 BUSI 105 01 Financial Management 4 60508 BUSI 113C 01 Advanced Accounting 4 60047 BUSI 191 01 Independent Study 1-4 60512 BUSI 218 01 Advanced Financial Accounting 3 60074 BUSI 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 1-4

MTWRF 7:00am-9:05am MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm Online Online MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am TBA MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am TBA

Staff, P. Typpo, E. Brierton, T. Huang, H. Lee, U. Webb, J. Staff, P. Webb, J. Staff, P.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70314 BUSI 107 01 Marketing Management 70172 BUSI 181 ON1 Strategic Management & Policy 70173 BUSI 191 01 Independent Study 70420 BUSI 293A ON1 Healthcare Information Systems

MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Online Online TBA Online Online

Herche, J. Wadhwani, R. Staff, P. Huang, H.

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Earn a Minor in Management or Business Administration this summer and gain the business skills necessary for a successful professional future. • Diversify your academic portfolio • Open doors for employment opportunities/internships • Build valuable professional relationships • Get individual career advice Why enroll in the Business Minor Summer Program? • Gain high quality, fundamental business knowledge that will help you land your dream job • Complete 20 academic credits in one summer • Have access to popular business school courses Complete the minor during one summer or over an academic year. Contact the Eberhardt School of Business to identify the best path for your academic career, 209.946.2239 or www.Pacific.edu/Business Center for Professional & Continuing Education - Office of Summer Sessions

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Gladys L. Benerd School of Education

EDUC - Education SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50261 EDUC 171 01 Professional Practice Music 50379 EDUC 209 01 Curriculum Theory 50387 EDUC 275 01 Teaching in Content Areas III 50388 EDUC 276 01 Tchng as Reflective InquiryIII 50378 EDUC 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 50383 EDUC 292C 01 Student Affairs Field Exper. 50382 EDUC 292E 01 Field Exper in Admin & Superv 50380 EDUC 295C 01 Sem: Educ Plan/Delivery Assmnt 50384 EDUC 299 01 Master’s Thesis 50403 EDUC 356 HB1 Applied Inquiry III 50381 EDUC 358 HB Applied Inquiry IV 50526 EDUC 367 HB1 Sem.:Cult. Div. & Educ. Adm. 50385 EDUC 391 01 Graduate Independent Study 50525 EDUC 393A HB1 Dissertation Boot Camp 50386 EDUC 399 01 Doctoral Dissertation

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TBA TR 4:30pm-8:50pm MW 10:00am-1:00pm TW 2:00pm-5:00pm TBA TBA TBA TR 4:30pm-8:50pm TBA MW 4:30pm-8:50pm W 4:30pm-8:50pm TR 4:30pm-8:50pm TBA MW 4:30pm-8:50pm TBA

Brittin, R. Mahoney, S. Vail, T. Vail, T. Draheim, M. Royce-Davis, J. Serna, A. Serna, A. Royce-Davis, J. Tevis, T. Hallett, R. Skrla, L. Draheim, M. McNair, D. Draheim, M.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60540 EDUC 193A ON1 Literacy in Childhood Ed.* 60273 EDUC 220 01 Sem.: Social Class Eff. in Ed. 60090 EDUC 255 01 Teaching in Content Areas I* 60542 EDUC 267 ON1 Undrstnd Adolescents in School* 60274 EDUC 285 01 Educational Leadership 60275 EDUC 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 60496 EDUC 292C 01 Student Affairs Field Exper. 60495 EDUC 292E 01 Field Exper in Admin & Superv 60527 EDUC 293A 01 Content Pedagogy Field Exper. 60541 EDUC 293A ON1 Literacy in Childhood Ed.* 60276 EDUC 299 01 Master’s Thesis 60535 EDUC 306 ON1 Curriculum Materials Develop. 60277 EDUC 391 01 Graduate Independent Study 60497 EDUC 393B 01 Adv. Qualitative Research 60278 EDUC 399 01 Doctoral Dissertation *Class runs June 16 - Aug. 22, 2014.

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Online Online TR 4:30pm-8:50pm TWR 9:00am-12:00pm Online Online TR 4:30pm-8:50pm TBA TBA TBA TBA Online Online TBA Online Online TBA MW 4:30pm-8:50pm TBA

Arnold, H. Tevis, T. Cain, K. Cain, K. Serna, A. Draheim, M. Royce-Davis, J. Serna, A. Cain, K. Arnold, H. Royce-Davis, J. Nelson, T. Draheim, M. Hallett, R. Draheim, M.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70294 EDUC 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 70296 EDUC 292C 01 Student Affairs Field Exper. 70295 EDUC 292E 01 Field Exper in Admin & Superv 70297 EDUC 299 01 Master’s Thesis 70299 EDUC 391 01 Graduate Independent Study 70407 EDUC 393E HB1 Educ. Issues/Central Valley* 70300 EDUC 399 01 Doctoral Dissertation *Course meets at 4:30 on July 22 & Aug. 22, 2014.

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Draheim, M. Royce-Davis, J. Serna, A. Royce-Davis, J. Draheim, M. Serna, A. Draheim, M.

MW 4:20pm-8:50pm TBA TBA Online Online Online Online TBA TR 4:10pm-8:50pm TBA

Hackett, R. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L. Scott, A. Scott, A. Webster, L.

EPSY - Educational Psychology SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50017 EPSY 201 01 Techniques of Research 3 50048 EPSY 291 01 Independent Graduate Study 1-4 50024 EPSY 294B 01 School Psychology Fieldwork 1-4 50540 EPSY 307 ON1 Group Counseling 3 50447 EPSY 311 ON1 Law and Professional Ethics 1 50539 EPSY 317 01 Neuropsychology in the Schools 3 50538 EPSY 325 01 Social Psychology in Schools 3 50049 EPSY 391 01 Graduate Independent Study 1-3 16

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Structural Equation Modeling School Psychology Internship Doctoral Dissertation

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Low, J. Webster, L. Webster, L.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60013 EPSY 220 ON1 Nature & Cond. of Learning 60048 EPSY 291 01 Independent Graduate Study 60017 EPSY 294B 01 School Psychology Fieldwork 60063 EPSY 316 ON1 Behav/Personality Assmt in Sch 60355 EPSY 318 01 Prgrm Eval: Sch Psychologists 60049 EPSY 391 01 Graduate Independent Study 60027 EPSY 397 01 Graduate Research 60072 EPSY 398 01 School Psychology Internship 60014 EPSY 399 01 Doctoral Dissertation

3 1-4 1-4 3 3 1-3 1-4 1-4 1-10

Online Online TBA TBA Online Online TR 4:10pm-8:10pm TBA TBA TBA TBA

Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L. Elium, M. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70408 EPSY 214 01 Intermediate Statistics 70003 EPSY 294B 01 School Psychology Fieldwork 70421 EPSY 300 01 Seminar: Intro to School Psych 70409 EPSY 308 ON1 History/Systems of Psychology 70019 EPSY 391 01 Graduate Independent Study 70008 EPSY 397 01 Graduate Research 70028 EPSY 398 01 School Psychology Internship 70002 EPSY 399 01 Doctoral Dissertation

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TR 4:10pm-8:50pm TBA TBA Online Online TBA TBA TBA TBA

Hackett, R. Webster, L. Scott, A. Scott, A. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L. Webster, L.

SPED - Special Education SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50264 SPED 191 01 Independent Study 50572 SPED 193A ON1 Ev Bsed Prac Bipolar Disrder 50574 SPED 193B ON1 Evid Based Practice in Autism 50042 SPED 291 01 Independent Graduate Study 50573 SPED 293A ON1 Ev Bsed Prac Bipolar Disrder 50575 SPED 293B ON1 Evid Based Practice in Autism 50043 SPED 391 01 Indep. Grad. Study/Spec. Educ.

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TBA Online Online Online Online TBA Online Online Online Online TBA

Elium, M. Elium, M. Elium, M. Elium, M. Elium, M. Elium, M. Elium, M.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60039 SPED 191 01 Independent Study 60040 SPED 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 60093 SPED 391 01 Graduate Independent Study

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TBA TBA TBA

Elium, M. Elium, M. Elium, M.

Online Online Online

Pitcher, A. Pitcher, A. Pitcher, A.

Educational Resource Center SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70334 MATH 001 ON1 Pre-Algebra and Lab 3 70335 MATH 003 ON1 Elementary Algebra and Lab 3 70336 MATH 005 ON1 Intermd. College Algebra & Lab 3

Online Online Online

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School of Engineering & Computer Science

BENG - Bioengineering SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50080 BENG 108 01 Engineering Physiology 50269 BENG 108 L01 Engineering Physiology, Lab 1

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MTWRF 9:00am-11:45am Thomas, E. MWF 1:00pm-4:00pm Thomas, E.

CIVL - Civil Engineering SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50579 CIVL 233 01 Adv Hydraulic Systems Analysis 50581 CIVL 267 02 Design of Timber Structures

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2:15pm-4:15pm Saviz, C. 9:30am-11:30am Estrada, H.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60528 CIVL 150 01 Transportation Engineering

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70435 CIVL 100 01 Intro.: Structural Engineering 70436 CIVL 140 01 Intro. to Geotech. Engineering 70437 CIVL 140 L01 Intro. to Geotech. Engr.,Lab 1

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MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Estrada, H. MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm Merry, S. MW 2:10pm-5:00pm Merry, S.

COMP - Computer Science SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50057 COMP 025 01 Computers and Info. Processing 50549 COMP 041 ON1 Great Ideas in Computing 50389 COMP 053 01 Data Structures 50413 COMP 101 01 Application Development 50610 COMP 127 ON1 Web Applications 50414 COMP 141 01 Programming Languages 50242 COMP 187 01 Internship in Computer Science 50086 COMP 188 01 Senior Project I 50243 COMP 189 01 Senior Project II

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MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Online Online MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am MTWRF 9:30am-11:35am Online Online MTWRF 12:00pm-2:05pm TBA MWF TBA

Carlson, C. Carlson, C. Cliburn, D. Gao, J. Gao, J. Cliburn, D. Doherty, M. Doherty, M. Doherty, M.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60534 COMP 127 ON1 Web Applications

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Bowring, E.

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Wang, Z.

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ECPE - Electrical & Computer Engineering SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50372 ECPE 041 01 Circuits 3 MTWR 9:30am-11:30am Khoie, R. 50373 ECPE 041L 01 Circuits Laboratory 1 F 9:30am-11:50am Khoie, R. MW 2:10pm-5:00pm 50550 ECPE 071 01 Digital Design 3 MTWR 9:30am-11:30am Hughes, K. 50551 ECPE 071L 01 Digital Design Lab 1 F 9:30am-11:50pm Basha, E. MW 2:10pm-5:00pm 50409 ECPE 121 01 Systems Analysis 4 MTWRF 12:00pm-2:00pm Zarei, A. 50395 ECPE 299 01 Thesis 1-6 TBA Basha, E. SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60515 ECPE 041 01 Circuits 3 MTWR 9:30am-11:30am Khoie, R. 60516 ECPE 041L 01 Circuits Laboratory 1 F 9:30am-11:50am Khoie, R. MW 2:10pm-5:00pm EMGT - Engineering Management SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50054 EMGT 170 01 Engineering Administration 4 MTWRF 12:00pm-2:00pm Fernandez, A.

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COURSE LISTINGS CRN #

DEPT COURSE # SECT

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HOURS

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ENGR - General Engineering SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50027 ENGR 020 01 Engineering Mech. I: Statics 3 50552 ENGR 030 01 Engineering Ethics and Society 3 50576 ENGR 121 01 Mechanics of Materials 4 50271 ENGR 181 01 Professional Practice 1-18 50272 ENGR 182 01 Professional Practice 1-18 50273 ENGR 183 01 Professional Practice 1-18 50274 ENGR 184 01 Professional Practice 1-18 50275 ENGR 185 01 Professional Practice 1-18 50440 ENGR 219 01 Numerical Mthd for Engineering 3 50260 ENGR 250 01 Prob & Stat for Engr and CS 3 50248 ENGR 281 01 Directed Experiential Learning 1-6 50249 ENGR 282 01 Directed Experiential Learning 1-6 50250 ENGR 283 01 Directed Experiential Learning 1-6 50580 ENGR 295 01 Graduate Seminar 1

MTWR 9:30am-11:30am MTWR 12:00pm-2:00pm MTWRF 9:30am-11:25am TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA MTWR 12:00pm-2:05pm MTWR 9:30am-11:30am TBA TBA TBA TBA

Burmeister, J. Khoie, R. Lee, L. Sandoval, I. Sandoval, I. Sandoval, I. Sandoval, I. Sandoval, I. Litton, G. Zarei, A. Sandoval, I. Sandoval, I. Sandoval, I. Stark, L.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60517 ENGR 030 01 Engineering Ethics and Society 60092 ENGR 120 01 Engineer. Mech. II: Dynamics

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SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70434 ENGR 121 01 Mechanics of Materials 70313 ENGR 201 ON1 Techniques in Research

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MECH - Mechanical SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50415 MECH 204 01 Advanced Mechatronics

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COURSE LISTINGS CRN #

DEPT COURSE # SECT

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

HOURS

INSTRUCTOR

GE

School of International Studies ANTH - Anthropology SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50075 ANTH 187 01 Internship 50076 ANTH 191 01 Independent Study 50077 ANTH 197 01 Independent Research

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TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60538 ANTH 053 ON1 Cultural Anthropology 60065 ANTH 187 01 Internship 60066 ANTH 191 01 Independent Study 60067 ANTH 197 01 Independent Research

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Online Online TBA TBA TBA

Kanna, A. Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70184 ANTH 187 01 Internship 70185 ANTH 191 01 Independent Study 70186 ANTH 197 01 Independent Research

1-4 1-4 1-4

TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

1-4 1-4 1-4

TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60076 INTL 187 01 Internship 60051 INTL 191 01 Independent Study 60045 INTL 197 01 Independent Research

1-4 1-4 1-4

TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70187 INTL 187 01 Internship 70188 INTL 191 01 Independent Study 70189 INTL 197 01 Independent Research

1-4 1-4 1-4

TBA TBA TBA

Staff, P. Staff, P. Staff, P.

INTL - International SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50235 INTL 187 01 Internship 50051 INTL 191 01 Independent Study 50053 INTL 197 01 Independent Research

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GE

Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

SLPA - Speech-Language Pathology SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50058 SLPA 191 01 Independent Study 50371 SLPA 201 01 Professional Issues 50436 SLPA 227 01 Auditory Processing Disorders 50267 SLPA 229 01 Dysphagia/Swallowing Disorders 50268 SLPA 247 01 Autism Spectrum Disorders 50547 SLPA 285 01 Colloquium in SLPA 50059 SLPA 287A 01 Internship in Speech & Hearing 50060 SLPA 287B 01 Fieldwork in Speech & Hearing 50010 SLPA 288 01 Externship 50061 SLPA 291 01 Graduate Independent Study

1-4 1 1 3 2 2 2-4 2 3-9 1-4

TBA TBA TBA MTWRF 8:30am-11:50am MTWRF 1:00pm-3:50pm MTWRF 8:00am-4:30pm TBA TBA TBA TBA

Smith-Stubblefield Boles, L. Hanyak, R. Smith Duthie, J. Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield

SUMMER II: June 16 - July 18 60054 SLPA 191 01 Independent Study 60086 SLPA 231 01 Augmentative/Alternative Comm. 60022 SLPA 233 01 Cleft Palate and Syndromes 60087 SLPA 237 01 Managed Care 60055 SLPA 287A 01 Internship in Speech & Hearing 60056 SLPA 287B 01 Fieldwork in Speech & Hearing 60006 SLPA 288 01 Externship 60057 SLPA 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 60058 SLPA 299 01 Thesis

1-4 2 2 1 2-4 2 3-9 1-4 2,4

TBA TBA MTWRF 1:00pm-4:00pm MTWRF 8:30am-12:00pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Smith-Stubblefield Boles, L. Duthie, J. Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield

SUMMER III: July 21 - August 22 70020 SLPA 287A 01 Internship in Speech & Hearing 70021 SLPA 287B 01 Fieldwork in Speech & Hearing 70001 SLPA 288 01 Externship 70025 SLPA 291 01 Graduate Independent Study 70022 SLPA 299 01 Thesis

2-4 2 3-9 1-4 2,4

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield Smith-Stubblefield

Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry

DHYG - Dental Hygiene SUMMER I: May 12 - June 13 50018 DHYG 120 01 Periodontics I * 2 T 2:00pm-3:50pm Lundergan, W. 50019 DHYG 121 01 Pharmacology * 3 M 2:00pm-4:50pm Smith, T. 50020 DHYG 122 01 Oral Pathology * 3 TBA Cox, D. 50022 DHYG 123 01 Medical & Dental Emergencies I * 1 T 1:00pm-1:50pm Horlak, D. 50021 DHYG 124 01 Local Anesthesia/Pain Mgmt.* 2 M 1:00pm-1:50pm Watson, P. T 8:00am-11:50am Watson, P. 50023 DHYG 125 01 Dental Hygiene Clinic I-Lec.* 2 M 9:30am-11:50am Storz, M. 50026 DHYG 126 01 Dental Hygiene Clinic I-Clinic * 5 WR 8:00am-4:50pm Storz, M. * Courses run May 5 (Summer I) – August 14 (Summer III)

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SUMMER SESSIONS INFORMATION

Summer Sessions Information ADMISSION It is open enrollment during Summer Sessions 2014. Participation in Pacific Summer Sessions does not imply that enrollment in the regular academic year will be authorized. Any new student who wishes to continue at Pacific in the Fall must make a formal application for admission. Undergraduate Admission: Students interested in working toward an undergraduate degree must submit a formal application for admission, including forwarding the transcripts of all high school and/or college work, SAT or ACT test scores and one letter of recommendation. All undergraduate international students are required to report to the Office of Admission prior to enrolling for any course at The University of the Pacific. Undergraduate admission applications are only available online at www.pacific.edu/admission. For further information contact the Office of Admission at 209.946.2211, or via e-mail at admissions@pacific.edu. Continuing Students: Pacific and nonPacific students may register without formal application for any course for which they have the necessary background. Note: Currently enrolled students must see their advisor prior to Summer Sessions registration. Unclassified Undergraduate Students (New and Continuing): Students who have reached the 27 unit maximum must file an application for admission in the Office of Admission by June 1st (Fall) or December 1st (Spring). New unclassified students need to complete the First Time Unclassified Student Application on page 33 or on the web at www.pacific.edu/registrar under Frequently Used Forms. High School Students: Students are invited to enroll in the courses numbered below 100 for the purpose of earning college credit, sampling the college experience, and/or to accelerate their college program.

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Unclassified Graduate Students (New and Continuing): Students who have reached the 12 unit maximum must file an application for admission in the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. Check with the Office of Research and Graduate Studies for deadline dates at http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/ Schools-and-Colleges/Office-of-Researchand-Graduate-Studies/Graduate-Degreesand-Programs.html.

Web: www.pacific.edu/registrar • Apply for undergraduate graduation • Semester “Schedule of Classes” • Registration information • insidePacific on-line registration information • General Catalog • Academic calendar • Frequently Used Forms • Order transcripts

Graduate Admission: Students interested in working toward a graduate degree or credential must file an application for admission with the Office of Graduate Studies. For admission in the first summer session, the file must be completed by March 1, 2014. Graduate standing may be granted to persons who hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and who have no less than a B (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) average in all upper division work. Admission to Credential Standing requires a grade point average of 2.5 or higher (4.0 scale). For further information contact the Office of Graduate Studies at 209.946.3929, or via e-mail at gradschool@pacific.edu.

During the five-week sessions, a full undergraduate student course load is eight units. Petitions to exceed this limit are to be submitted to the Dean of the college or school with which the student is affiliated and to the Associate Provost for Professional & Continuing Education.

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR Location: 1st floor Knoles Hall Address: 3601 Pacific Ave Stockton, CA 95211 Phone: 209.946.2135 Email: registrar@pacific.edu Web: www.pacific.edu/registrar Summer Hours: Contact department In-Person Services: • Help with registration and special enrollment situations insidePacific Services: Registered students can use insidePacific for the following: • Check registration appointment times • Enroll in courses • Check outstanding student account balances • Confirm class schedules • Check grades • Search for courses • Print class schedules • Search for holds • Search the general catalog • Check classroom locations • Order transcripts

CREDIT LIMITATIONS

COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM Courses numbered 001 to 099 are primarily for college freshman and sophomores. Recent high school graduates or high school students entering their senior year who are in the upper ten percent of their class may also enroll for these courses. Courses numbered 100 to 199 are primarily for college juniors and seniors, but are also open to freshman and sophomores. Courses between 200 and 299 are for graduate students, and those between 300 and 399 are restricted to qualified doctoral students.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES • New unclassified students need to complete the First Time Unclassified Student Application Form either on page 33 or at www.pacific.edu/registrar under Frequently Used Forms. Your username (PacificNet ID) and password information will be given or emailed to you upon receipt of the application. • Pacific and non-Pacific students may register without formal application for any course for which they have the necessary background.

How do I login to insidePacific? Using a computer with an internet connection, enter insidepacific.pacific.edu. Enter your username (PacificNet ID) and password and start browsing our virtual campus!

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SUMMER SESSIONS INFORMATION

What you need to access insidePacific: To log in and use the system effectively, you should use one of the following browsers: Windows (Firefox 1.5, 2.0 and 3.0; Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2 and 7.x; Mozilla 1.7.12; Netscape 7.2; Safari 1.3.9) Mac OS 10.5 (Firefox 2.0; Safari 3.1) Mac OS 10.3 (Firefox 1.5 and 2.0; Netscape 7.2; Safari 2 and 3.1) Other browsers such as Chrome should work, but are not officially supported.

How do I register? 1. Click on the Academic tab. 2. Click on the Academic Services channel. 3. Click ‘Click here to:’ 4. Click on Student & Financial Aid. 5. Click on Registration. 6. Click on Add/Drop. 7. Read the Student Financial Acceptance and Click ‘I Accept’. 8. Click on Select Term (drop down menu), select appropriate term and submit term. SSI 201451; SSII 201461; SSIII 201471 9. Enter the Course Reference Numbers (CRN) for selected classes in the boxes provided. One CRN per box. The CRN is the unique 5 digit number that is assigned to each course. You can find the CRN in the current Schedule of Classes. 10. Click on Submit Changes to process your registration. If registration is successfully completed, it will read ‘web reg’ on the left side of each course. If you receive any error messages (example: closed classes, time conflicts, link errors, etc.) refer to the ‘Common Error Messages’ section. a. To search for a CRN, General Education courses or course descriptions see the ‘Searches’ section following these procedures. 11. Once you have completed registering, click on the Refresh icon. 12. Click on Student Services. 13. Click on Registration. 14. Click on Student Schedule Grid by Day and Time to view your schedule of classes. Carefully check your registration, verify all courses, sections, days, and times. The class location is also displayed here. Please note that this information may change so be sure to check here often before your classes begin. You are responsible for the accuracy of your registration. 15. Click the Printer icon to print a copy of your class schedule. 16. Click the Log Off Icon (address line). To protect the security and confidentiality

of your information, don’t forget to log off

insidePacific when you finish your session.

Searches: 1. Click the ‘Look-up Classes to Add’ link at the bottom of the page, then select a term. 2. Select the subject of the course you are looking for. Note: you may choose any combination of fields to narrow your search but you must select at least one subject. To get the best results, pick one or more subjects and/or attributes.

3. Click the box(es) under ‘Select’ column for the class(es) that you are interested in adding. You can also just enter the CRN (Course Reference Number) in the boxes. 4. To find General Education, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, Film Studies, Gender Studies, and Honors Courses: choose an attribute type. 5. Click submit. 6. A page will display all the courses that meet your criteria. The CRN will display on the left side in front of each section of the course.

Common Error Messages Special Approval: Permission of the instructor or department is required. Have the appropriate designee grant override approval online. Then go to insidePacific and register for your course. Closed course: This section is full. Try and register for another section or course. You may also go see the department for a possible override. Have the appropriate designee grant override approval online. Then go to insidePacific and register for your course. To search and/or register for another course: 1. Click on Class Search near the bottom of the page, select department. 2. Click on Find Classes. 3. Select box next to appropriate class and/or if it has a lab or discussion, select that class as well. 4. Scroll to bottom and click on register class. Link Error (Lecture and Lab/Discussion Classes): Some courses require you to enroll concurrently in a lecture and lab or lecture and discussion. If an error occurs when adding a lecture, lab, or discussion, you must enter both Course Reference Numbers (CRN) for any new section. Example: BIOL 100 (CRN 12345) and BIOL 100 lab (CRN 23456). Level Restriction: You are an undergraduate and have attempted to register for a graduate course. First you must go see the Office of Graduate Studies for approval. Have the appropriate designee grant override approval online. Then go to insidePacific and register for your course.

Overload: During the five-week sessions, a full student course load will be eight units. Petitions to exceed this limit are to be submitted to the Dean of the college or school with which the student is affiliated and to the Associate Provost for Professional & Continuing Education. Pre-Requisite/Co-Requisite: Proof of the pre-requisite or permission of the instructor is required. Have the appropriate designee grant override approval online. Then go to insidePacific and register for your course. Time Conflict: Day or time overlaps of courses. Select the course in which the time conflict has been worked out. Have the instructor for this course grant override approval online. Then go to insidePacific and register for your course. Individualized Study/Research Courses: Students registering for Independent Study, Independent Research, Graduate Research, Thesis, and Dissertation, must complete arrangements with the professor who is to direct the work. Complete an Individualized Study Request form found on the Registrar webpage (www.pacific. edu/registrar) under Frequently Used Forms. All independent studies must be signed by the student and the instructor and approved by the designee. Present this completed form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add each session. The date this completed form is received in the Office of the Registrar is considered the effective date of registration.

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SUMMER SESSIONS INFORMATION

Health Services Fee

Parking

Students are charged a $40.00 Cowell Wellness Center (CWC) fee for each session. This fee covers office visits at Pacific Health Services and Counseling Services. Further charges are generated with labs, procedures, and medication. Please visit go.pacific.edu/ healthservices for hours of operation. Students who are not currently enrolled in a summer session course are eligible for services with an access fee based on type of service rendered. For all appointments, call 209.946.2315.

Permits are not required for “B” parking spaces on the South campus (south of the Calaveras River) during summer sessions. All permits are required on the North campus (north of the Calaveras River) during the summer sessions. All “A” parking spaces require a permit year round. Hours of enforcement for “A” parking spaces are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. All red, green, yellow, white, and disabled stalls are enforced year round. For more information about parking on the University campus, please go to www.pacific.edu/ parking.

Housing Summer housing is available in the University apartments to students who are registered for courses. Space is not guaranteed! There is no termination fee for an assignment canceled one-week prior to the start of the session. All other terminations will be assessed a $100 termination fee and any other daily fees as outlined in the student housing contract. 2014 Summer Housing applications and rates will be available in the Housing and Greek Life Office and insidePacific after April 1, 2014. At that time you can contact the Housing and Greek Life Office, McCaffrey Center, 2nd Floor, at 209.946.2331 or by email at iamhome@pacific.edu for a list of available buildings and cost.

Dining Services During the summer sessions there are no meal plans offered by the Housing and Greek Life Office, instead students may choose from the options of using PacificCash™ (3% discount), credit card, or cash for food purchases. Food Service Locations for Summer Sessions The Lair: M-F, 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Grove: M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Sat. 12:00 to 8:00 p.m., and closed Sunday. Calaveras Coffeehouse: M-F, 7:30a.m. to 4:00p.m. Pharmacy & Health Sciences Café: M-F, 7:30a.m. to 5:00p.m. For more information about summer dining services, contact the Housing and Greek Life Office at iamhome@pacific.edu or 209.946.2331. For more information about PacificCash™ please visit www.MyPacificCard.com or contact the PacificCard™ Office at PacificCard@pacific.edu or 209.946.2273.

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Tuition, Fees, and Refunds

STUDENT ACCOUNTS OFFICE Finance Center 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211 Email: studentaccounts@pacific.edu Telephone: 209.946.2517 Fax: 209.946.2468 Website: www.go.pacific.edu/studentaccounts Tuition for graduate and undergraduate courses, per unit...................................$685 For thesis, courses 299 & 399 in any department, per unit.........................$1,228 Individual applied music lessons, per unit (includes one unit tuition at $685 plus $59 for music lessons).................................$744 Health Services fee, per session (required for all undergraduate students)...............$40 Late payment fee (per session)................$50 Re-registration fee (per session)..............$50 Petition Fee............................................$25 SUMMER 2014 PAYMENT DEADLINES The payment deadline for Summer Sessions for continuing students are as follows: Summer Session I.....................May 1, 2014 Courses will be cancelled for non-payment on May 15, 2014. Summer Session II....................June 1, 2014 Courses will be cancelled for non-payment on June 19, 2014. Summer Session III...................July 1, 2014 Courses will be cancelled for non-payment on July 24, 2014.

FINANCIAL APPROVAL To complete registration, log into insidePacific and select the “Manage Your Account” link to pay summer fees and any outstanding balances due to the University. Summer calculation worksheets are available at www.go.pacific.edu/studentaccounts. If registration occurs after the deadline, payment is due upon enrollment regardless of receiving a statement. The University utilizes electronic billing. Therefore, students will receive notification via their u.pacific.edu email address when a statement is ready for viewing. Once the student has registered for courses, tuition charges can be viewed immediately under the “Current Activity” section on insidePacific. Do not wait to receive a billing statement to pay as your enrollment may be cancelled for nonpayment. If the student has confirmed financial aid for the summer and has completed all necessary requirements, they must bring a completed summer financial aid worksheet to the Student Accounts Office. Incomplete financial aid will require payment in full until aid is posted to the student’s account. Students are responsible for ensuring that all financial aid is properly credited to his/her account. Registration will be “Financially Approved” by the Student Accounts Office once the account is paid in full and the student is officially registered with the Office of the Registrar. Students failing to complete payment requirements can have their registrations CANCELLED. PAYMENT INFORMATION Payments can be made online on the “Manage Your Account” link which is accessed through insidePacific or the Authorized User site. For more information, please go to our website located at www. go.pacific.edu/studentaccounts. Electronic checks/ACH must be made from personal savings or checking accounts. Commercial accounts and lines of credit cannot be utilized for online payments. Payments by cash, paper check, money order or cashiers check can be made at the Cashier’s Office located in the Finance Center. Checks and money orders can be mailed to the Finance Center, 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211, attention Cashier’s Office. Please do not send cash by mail. Please include the student’s name and ID number on all remittances or correspondence. Student ID numbers will be written on all payments, if not included, when processed.

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SUMMER SESSIONS INFORMATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION If payments exceed charges on a student account, the account is said to have a credit balance. Credit balances are returned to the student or paying party, based upon the method of payment. The student account cannot be used as a means for cash advances or payments to third parties. Upon request, credit balances resulting from cash payments will be refunded to the student or paying party. Credit balances resulting from check payments will be refunded after 14 business days. Credit balances resulting from refundable student loans and scholarships will be refunded upon request. Refunds will not be granted based upon “anticipated” aid. All financial aid must be disbursed into a student’s account before a refund is processed. Refunds are issued on a weekly basis. A dispute of any charge on your student account must be submitted in writing within sixty days from the date of billing. All disputes must be sent to: Student Accounts, Finance Center, 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211; or via email to studentaccounts@ pacific.edu. If you fail to comply within the sixty-day period, you may forfeit your rights to dispute the charge in the future. Any account balance outstanding at the end of the session will be transferred to the Student Loan Department for servicing. The balance is subject, but not limited to, principal, interest, late charges, collection fees, credit bureau reporting, and any legal fees associated with the collection of the debt. Students are responsible for all fees associated with the collection of the debt. A student with a balance due to the University will not be entitled to any benefits or services from the University including, but not limited to, registration for courses, copies of transcripts, diploma, and utilization of University housing and meals, until the balance is paid in full.

REFUNDS: Students who officially withdraw or reduce their unit load may receive a tuition refund according to the schedule below. No refund will be issued without official and timely notification by the student. The Office of the Registrar does not automatically drop students from their courses. Summer Session I May 12-14.........................................100% (Minus clerical charge of $30) May 15-16 ...........................................75% May 17-19............................................50% May 20-21............................................25% No refunds after this date. Summer Session II June 16-18..........................................100% (Minus clerical charge of $30) June 19-20............................................75% June 21-23............................................50% June 24-25............................................25% No refunds after this date. Summer Session III July 21-23...........................................100% (Minus clerical charge of $30) July 24-25.............................................75% July 26-28.............................................50% July 29- 30............................................25% No refunds after this date. The University reserves the right to change fees, modify its services, or change its programs at any time and without prior notice. It may cancel a student’s registration and other financial arrangements for failure to make payments as agreed. A payment returned by a financial institution constitutes the right of the University to cancel a student’s registration and other financial arrangements.

FINANCIAL AID Aid eligibility for most entering freshmen, transfer students and readmitted students does not begin until fall. Continuing Pacific students and new or readmitted students whose admission is effective in Summer Sessions 2014 may qualify for assistance in the form of a federal student loan. Undergraduate students who qualify for federal grants might also be eligible for federal grant payments in summer. Continuing and readmitted students must be making satisfactory academic progress to qualify for financial aid. If a summer aid recipient fails to complete any Summer Sessions courses, the student’s financial aid will be adjusted according to federal and state regulations and University policy. NOTE: Federal program regulations limit the amount a student can borrow per year. Therefore, borrowing for summer usually reduces the loan amount available to you for the regular school year. To apply for assistance for Summer Sessions 2014, you must: 1. Be admitted as a regular student to a degree or credential program. 2. Undergraduates must register for at least 6 summer units in a single summer session or a total of at least 6 units in two or three sessions. Graduate students must enroll for at least 4 summer units. 3. File your completed 2014-2015 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or Renewal FAFSA through the federal student aid processor a minimum of six to eight weeks before the start of the summer session you plan to attend. We must receive your information from the FAFSA processor before a federal loan or grant can be processed. 4. Complete a Summer 2014 Worksheet. Summer worksheets will be available in the Financial Aid Office in early April. If you will be receiving financial aid at Pacific for the first time in Summer Sessions 2014, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 209.946.2421 or financialaid@pacific.edu for additional information and instructions.

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TEACHER PREPARATION

Teacher Preparation Single Subject (Secondary) Credential and Master of Arts Degree: Individuals who have previously earned bachelor’s degrees are eligible to begin the Post-Bachelor’s Degree, 12-month MA + Single Subject Credential program, an accelerated program that begins in Summer Sessions 2014 and ends in Summer Sessions 2015, specifically designed for postbachelor’s degree candidates who want to earn either a California Single Subject (SS) Preliminary Teaching Credential, or a Single Subject Credential and Master of Arts degree. Prospective master’s students must have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale for admission to the program. The twelve month program invites applicants in the fields of English; History and Social Sciences; Mathematics; Sciences in fields of Physics, Geosciences, Biology, and Chemistry; and Spanish. Pacific’s Teacher Education program is distinguished by its balanced approach to the application of theory to practice. Candidates complete a combination of intensive, courserelated field experiences in public schools. These field experiences begin during the summer courses; therefore, interested applicants must plan to be available during school hours for Summer Sessions II and III, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, and Summer Sessions I 2015.

Application and Admission Deadlines In order to participate in the 12-month MA +- Single Subject Credential program, students should meet the following application and admission deadlines: 1. Apply for admission to the Graduate School* for Summer Sessions II. Please complete your application during March 2014 by applying for admission to Graduate St u d i e s ( w w w. p a c i f i c . e d u / g r a d u a t e ) . Applications can be accepted in April because of “rolling admission”; however, 26

applicants are encouraged to apply by March 24, 2014 for preferences in processing and planning. The Summer Session II course for this particular program will begin June 16, with the first week of classes held in an online or hybrid format in order to accommodate applicants completing undergraduate degrees at universities that are on a quarter-system. Applicants will receive information about the beginning of the program in advance of June 16, 2014. 2. Complete fingerprinting and TB testing prior to May 30, 2014 in order to complete course-related field experiences in schools. Details regarding fingerprinting and TB testing are available from the Credentials Office, Education Building, Room 108. Orientation for the program (requirement to attend): Admitted students will be notified about an orientation for the 12-month MA + Single Subject Credential Program. The Program of Study will be shared with students during the Orientation Session. Students will receive information about the order of courses from Summer II 2014 through the end of Summer I 2015. Student teaching will occur during Spring Semester 2015, if all courses are successfully passed and all required state examinations are passed. CBEST and CSET Examination must be passed by end of Fall 2014 (Dec. 5, 2014). These tests must be passed to enroll in Professional Practice (student teaching or internship) during Spring 2015 (beginning Jan. 12, 2015). We strongly recommend that you begin to take the CBEST and CSET subtests as soon as you apply to the program.

Sequence of Summer School Courses for Students Pursuing an Education Specialist Level One Credential: Summer Sessions I (2014) SPED 293A: Special Topics: Evidence Based Practices in Autism (3 units) Education Specialist students should see the Director of Special Education, Dr. Michael Elium, to work out a plan for the remaining semesters based on the rotation of courses in the program.

Advancement to Candidacy Individuals who begin the post-baccalaureate credential program in the summer must meet a number of prerequisites, including completing the MA and Single Subject Credential coursework, before they can begin taking the professional sequence of courses in the teacher education program. This process is called Advancement to Candidacy. Some of the requirements will be met during participation in coursework as part of the curriculum. Listed below are the requirements for which candidates themselves are responsible for completing, and which must be met prior to meeting with a Candidacy Interview Panel:

Admission to the Graduate School • •

* Unclassified graduate students must be admitted to Graduate School by Fall 2014. They may take up to 12 units while in unclassified graduate student status. The Registrar’s Office and the Office of Graduate Studies have information on “unclassified status.”

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Completion of process to open a file at the Credential Office ($30). Completion of United States Constitution requirement: The State of California requires that all candidates demonstrate that they know the provisions and principles in the United States Constitution as condition of licensure. At Pacific, POLS 41, United States Government and Politics, or HIST 20, United States History I and HIST 21, United States History II, will fulfill this requirement. A challenge examination option is also available. Please contact the credential office at 209.946.2277 for additional information about the challenge test or for a review of your transcript if you think you have already met this requirement. Submission of a copy of a negative TB (tuberculosis) skin test that is less than 4 years old. If the TB test is positive, candidates need to submit a negative chest X-ray report.


TEACHER PREPARATION •

Completion of the application for a Certificate of Clearance and submission of evidence to the Credential Office. Candidates who have an emergency credential should submit a copy in place of the Certificate of Clearance. A LiveScan (fingerprinting) is required for the application. Fees for LiveScan and for the California Certificate of Clearance are required expenses for the candidate. Evidence of GPA requirements (overall cumulative GPA of 2.5 and a GPA of 2.5 in the major; no grade lower than ‘C’ (2.0) in any teacher education courses). Submission of three recommendations from faculty and individuals who have first-hand knowledge of the candidate’s knowledge, skills, and dispositions that indicate strong potential for success in the teaching profession. Interview with committee to be conducted at the end of the summer or during the fall semester of coursework.

In addition to meeting Advancement to Credential Candidacy requirements, all candidates must take the following examinations, which are mandated by state law. Please review the Program Sequence for the Single Subject credential and Master of Education or Master of Arts degree to see the recommended semester in which each test below should be taken.

California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) Requirement Candidates seeking a credential in the State of California must take a test of basic skills to demonstrate proficiency in English, basic reading, writing, and mathematics.

California Subject Examination for Teachers (CSET) Requirement** Candidates must demonstrate subject matter competence by taking one of the following CSET examinations: • Multiple Subject: Submission of evidence of passing scores on the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtests.

Single Subject: Submission of evidence of passing scores on the CSET for their subject or verification of an approved subject matter program from the applicant’s undergraduate institution. Education Specialist: Submission of evidence of passing scores on the CSET Multiple Subjects Subtests, selected CSET examinations for Single Subject or an approved subject matter program in selected Single Subject fields from the applicant’s undergraduate institution.

**Begin taking this test as soon as you apply to the program. Information about Teacher Education is available at the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Education Building 102, and at the School of Education web site: www.pacific.edu/education. Additionally, one may make an appointment by calling 209.946.2558.

Professional Development for Educators For more information on the Professional Development for Educators program, contact the Center for Professional and Continuing Education at, 209.946.2424 or visit our website,

www.pacific.edu/cpce.

You can learn at your convenience through Pacific’s Professional Development for Educators program. Courses are designed to meet the needs of educators and administrators for professional upgrading and salary advancement purposes. This program offers teaching professionals an opportunity to create and develop new curriculum ideas and projects at their own pace and schedule. Courses are offered via independent study, computer-mediated study, travel study, and independent practicums. Center for Professional & Continuing Education - Office of Summer Sessions

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CREATIVE WRITING CONFERENCE & CLASS / CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL & CONTINUING EDUCATION

Attend the conference, then take the class to gain the knowledge to write and publish your own story or novel!

Second Annual University of the Pacific

Creative Writing: A Practical GuideFrom Concept to Publication

Conference on Creative Writing Featuring Keynote Speaker New York Times Bestselling Author

James Rollins Workshop Dates and Hours: Fri., June 20, 9am - 4:30pm Sat., June 21, 9am - 4:30pm Sun., June 22, 9am - 2:30pm

June 20–22, 2014 Keynote Address with James Rollins & Dinner: Fri., June 20, 5:30pm - 8:30pm Arroyo’s Cafe

Fees: Full 3-Day Conference including Keynote Speaker & Dinner: $270/person Full 3-Day Conference: $240/person Couples Full Conference with Dinner: $320/ together (or $290 without dinner) Single Day Workshops: $140/person Not for academic credit.

Jun. 23–26, 2014 Mon.–Thurs., 6–9:30pm Join R. Scott Evans, MA, University of the Pacific’s Director of Writing Assessment, author of five novels and Editor of the Blue Moon Literary & Art Review, for a four-day intensive creative writing class. www.scottevansauthor.com The class will explore the elements of literature, such as plot, character, setting, symbolism, dialogue, and then apply those elements to your own writing. In addition, Mr. Evans will also discuss how to bring your finished story/novel to market. 1 Unit $210, Non-Credit $90

For more information or to register, go to www.pacific.edu/cpce or call 209.946.2424.

Center for Professional & Continuing Education Are You Ready for Graduation?

Online Courses - Open Enrollment

Check out the Spring 2014 Extension Courses. CPCE has many 1 unit courses still available this Spring!

Sitting in class not your thing? Learn on your own schedule with our interactive online courses! CPCE has many fun courses, all available anytime, anywhere.

Do you need an extra unit to put you over the top?

March: 20

Tea Ceremony I & II

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A Mid Summer Night’s Dream Introduction to Reiki The French Revolution Life in the Trenches

Self Paced Course: Introduction to Equine Studies

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Ad Copywriting for the New Media Entertainment Reporting for the New Media Sports Writing for the New Media Introduction to Critical Thinking Developing Critical Thinking Skills Applying Critical Thinking in Practice Introduction to Personal Creativity Creativity in Teams and Organizations Innovation in Organizations Leading Teams Leading Change Journalism 101 Day at the Museum Part I & II

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SUMMER TRAVEL PROGRAMS

Pacific Summer Travel Programs Assisi, Italy

Beijing, China

May 15 – June 28, 2014

May 15 – June 20, 2014 Spend 6 weeks in Assisi and earn 8 Pacific Extension units with Pacific faculty onsite. Equivalent to one year of Italian. Meets language requirements for COP and Conservatory.

Features: 140 Hours of intensive instruction; Shared apt. living with kitchen; excursions in the region; weekend in Rome & Florence. Cultural Activities include: Concerts & lectures on music; cooking class and food tasting; Italian Cinema; sampling of products from Umbria. $3,900 Includes: classes, books apartment rental, activities and excursions. Does not include airfare, train travel, food, utilities, and miscellaneous expenses. For more information contact: Prof. Susan Giraldez, sgiralde@pacific.edu, 209.946.2914 Prof. Martin Camps, mcamps@pacific.edu, 209.946.7403

Spend 5 weeks in Beijing, China, and earn 8 Pacific extension units in Chinese language, Socioeconomic History of China that satisfies the requirements for a major/minor in Asian Languages & Studies with Chinese concentration. Group excursions in Beijing, Tianjin, and cultural activities: The Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, as well visit the Chinese rural village. $3,350 Includes: classes, room, activities in China, and Chinese visa fee. Does not include airfare, food, personal trips and expenses (estimated airfare $1300). For more information, contact: Prof. Jie Lu, jlu@pacific.edu, 209.946.2917 Prof. Arturo Giraldez, agiraldez@pacific.edu, 209.946.2911

Antigua, Guatemala

Seoul, Korea

Learn or improve your Spanish in a one-month immersion in Antigua, Guatemala. Seven levels offered, beginning through advanced, one-on-one instruction (all levels), and a homestay guarantees phenomenal results. These courses fulfill either 2A or 1C General Education requirements; or a Spanish major/minor requirement.

Spend 4 weeks in Seoul, Korea while earning 3 Pacific Extension units for Statics and 1 unit for Basic Korean for Tourism. The completion of Statics class with grade ‘C’ or better satisfies the requirements for a major in Engineering.

May 18 – June 14, 2014

Visit famous sites such as Lake Atitlan and the Pacaya volcano. Optional trip to the majestic Mayan ruins of Tikal. Volunteer week option available. Open to all Pacific students, students from other universities, and the community. Scholarships available for Pacific students. $2,100 for 4 units of Pacific academic credit. Does not include airfare, personal trips or incidental expenses (estimated airfare $750). For more information contact: Prof. Katie Golsan, kgolsan@pacific.edu, 209.946.2449

June 27 – July 27, 2014

Students will have the chance to participate in short day trips and activities in addition to the lectures. Trips include: Seoul City Tour, Everland Amusement Park, Boryeong Mud Festival, Hyundai Motors Factory, and Korean Folk Village. $3,350 Includes: classes, room, activities in Korea (no Visa required for American Citizens). Does not include airfare, food, personal trips and expenses (estimated airfare $1500). For more information contact: Prof. Chi-Wook Lee, clee@pacific.edu, 209.946.3083 Summer program in Hanyang University: http://iss.hanyang.ac.kr/

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CAMPUS MAP LEGEND / CPCE LOCATION MAP INFORMATION & PARKING PERMITS (Burns Tower: G,10) CAMPUS BUILDINGS and FACILITIES Alex G. Spanos Center (I,2) Albright Auditorium (Wendell Phillips Center: H,6) Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium (G,1) Anderson Hall (F,7) 1st floor: President’s Office, Presidents Room, Regents Dining Room, Engineering Lab, Pacificcard office 2nd floor: Provost’s Office, Engineering Art Center, Jeannette Powell (K,3) Art Gallery, Reynolds (Geosciences Center: K,3) ASUOP Office (DeRosa University Center: E,6) Athletics, Pacific Center for Intercollegiate (J,2) Bannister Hall (F,6) Baun Hall (F,7), School of Engineering & Computer Science Baun Fitness Center, Ted (E,6) Bechtel International Center (F,5), International Programs & Services Biological Sciences Center (I,6) Biology Lab (J,5) Bookstore, River Bend (DeRosa University Center: E,6) Box Office (Long Theatre: I,5) Brandenburger Welcome Center (Burns Tower lobby: G,10) Brubeck Institute (F,9: Burns Tower) Buck Hall, Frank and Eva (G,9) Burns Tower, Robert E. (G,10) Callison Hall (F,4), Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Career Resource Center (McCaffrey Center, 2nd floor: F,7) Center for Community Involvement (G,10) Center for Global Social Entrepreneurship (Callison Hall; F,4) Center for Social and Emotional Competence (Hand Hall : E,7) Central Receiving (C,4) Chemistry Laboratory (K,6) Classroom Building (K,6) Colliver Hall (Morris Chapel: E,10) Communication Arts (J,4) Community Involvement Program (McCaffrey Center, 1st Floor: F,7) Computer Science (John T. Chambers Technology Center: G,6) Counseling Center (Cowell Wellness Center: B,5) Cowell Wellness Center (B,5) 1st floor: Public Safety 2nd floor: Counseling Center, Student Wellness Center Dance Studio (South Campus Gym: J,5) DeMarcus Brown Studio Theatre (J,5) Dental Hygiene Clinic (HSLC: B,7) Dining and Catering Services (DeRosa University Center: E,6) Don and Karen DeRosa University Center, (E,6) Duplicating Services (C,4) Educational Resource Center (McCaffrey Center, 1st floor: F,7) Elbert Covell Hall (G,5) Faye Spanos Concert Hall (Conservatory: H,10) Finance Center (F,7) Fitness Center, Ted Baun (F,6) Food Service (DeRosa University Center: E,6) George Wilson Hall (School of International Studies: G,5) Geosciences Center, Pacific (K,4) Grace Covell Dining Hall (F,9) Graduate Studies, Research and (Knoles Hall: F,8) Grove, The (McCaffrey Center, 1st floor: F,7) Gymnasium, Janssen-Lagorio (I,3) Gymnasium, Main (F,6) Gymnasium, South Campus (I,3) Hand Hall (E,7) Hand Hall Lawn (E,7) Health Sciences Learning Center & Clinics, Chan Family-HSLC (B,7) Health Services, Student (Cowell Wellness Center: B,5) Human Resources (G,6) Humanities Center (WPC: H,6) Hydraulics Laboratory (F,7) International Programs & Services (Bechtel Center: G,5) IT Customer Support Center (Raymond Commons: G,5) Jacoby Center for Public Service & Civic Leadership (WPC: G,6) Janet Leigh Theatre (F,8) Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium (I,3) John T. Chambers Technology Center (G,6), School of Engineering and Computer Science Khoury Hall (G,7) Knoles Hall (F,8) 1st floor: Admission, Registrar, Financial Aid 2nd floor: Classrooms, Research & Graduate Studies, Enrollment 3rd floor: Classrooms, Planning & Research Lair, The (DeRosa University Center: E,6)

CAMPUS BUILDINGS and FACILITIES cont. Library, William Knox Holt Memorial (G,9) B Floor: Technical Services, Holt Atherton Special Collections 1st Floor: Main Library, Music AV, Community Room, Compuer lab, Information Commons, Davey Café 2nd Floor: Study Rooms, Center for Teaching & Learning, Stacks 3rd Floor: Administrative Offices, Taylor Conference Room Long Theatre (I,4) Mail Services, Pacific (C,4) Marketplace, The (DeRosa University Center: E,6) McCaffrey Center (F,7-8) 1st floor: The Grove, SUCCESS, Education Resource Center, Disability Services, Community Involvement Program, Student Lounge, Multicultural Center, Pacific Theatre, 2nd floor: Pine Room, Spruce Room, Housing & Greek Life, Career Resource Center Morris Chapel (E,9) Muir Center for Regional Studies, John (WPC: H,6) Music Buildings Buck Hall (G,10) Faye Spanos Concert Hall (H,10) Owen Hall (F,6) Recital Hall (G, 9) Rehearsal Hall (H,9) Olson Hall (K,5) Pacific Fatigue Lab (Main Gym: F,7) Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center (J,2) Pacific Resources Research Center (J,3) Pacifican, The (South/West: H,8) Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Thomas J. Long School of (B,9) Physical Therapy (Rotunda: B,8) Police, Campus (Lower Level Cowell Health Center: B,5) President’s Residence (E,10) Presidents Room (Anderson Hall: G,8) Psychology (J,4) Public Safety (Cowell Wellness Center: C,5) Raymond Great Hall (G,5) Raymond Lodge (H,5) Recital Hall (G,9) River Room (DeRosa University Center: E,6) Regents Room (Anderson Hall: G,8) Rehearsal Hall (H,9) Reynolds Art Gallery (Geosciences Center: K,4) Rotunda (B,8) Sears Hall (Morris Chapel: E,10) South Campus Gym (I,3) Spanos Concert Hall, Faye (Conservatory: H,10) Speech, Hearing & Language Center (A,7) Sports Medicine Clinic (J,2) Stadium, Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial (G,1) Student Support Services (Raymond Lodge: H,5) Taylor Conference Room (William Knox Holt Library, 3rd floor: G,9) Technology Center, John T. Chambers (G,6) Theatre, Long (I,4) Theatre, DeMarcus Brown Studio (J,5) Weber Hall (F,9), Eberhardt School of Business Wendell Phillips Center-WPC (H,6), College of the Pacific Westgate Management Center (Weber Hall: F,9) Wilson Hall, George (G,5), School of International Studies

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES Admission (Knoles Hall: F,8), Enrollment, Financial Aid, Registrar Athletics, Pacific Center for Intercollegiate Athletics (J,2) Business and Finance (Finance Center: F,7) Development, University (Hand Hall: E,7) External Relations & Alumni Association (off campus, see below) President’s Office (Anderson Hall: G,7) Provost’s Office (Anderson Hall: G,7) Housing & Greek Life (McCaffrey Center, 2nd Floor: F,7) Human Resources (H,6) Information Technology Help Desk (Raymond Commons:G,5) Judicial Affairs (Raymond Lodge, H,5) Marketing and University Communications (Hand Hall: E,7) Risk Management (G,9: Burns Tower) Student Advising (Raymond Lodge: H,5) Student Life Division (Hand Hall: E,7) Support Services-Physical Plant (C,4) SCHOOL AND COLLEGE MAIN OFFICES College of the Pacific (Wendell Phillips Center: H,6) Biological Sciences (I,6) Ethnic Studies (WPC: H,6) Chemistry (K,6) Communications (J,4) Economics (WPC: H,6) English (WPC: H,6) Film Studies (WPC: H,6) Earth & Environmental Sciences (K,4) History (WPC: H,6) Humanities (WPC: H,6) Mathematics (Classroom Bldg: K,6) Modern Languages & Literature (WPC: H,6) Philosophy (WPC: H,6) Physics (Classroom Bldg: K,6) Political Science (WPC: H,6) Psychology (J,4) Religious Studies (WPC: H,6) Sociology (WPC: H,6) Sport Sciences (Main Gym: G,6) Theatre Arts (J,5) Visual Arts (K,4) Conservatory of Music (Faye Spanos Concert Hall: H,10) Business, Eberhardt School of (Weber Hall: F,9) Education, Gladys L. Benerd School of (H,6) Engineering & Computer Science, School of (Baun Hall: F,7) International Studies, School of (George Wilson Hall: F,5) Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Thomas J. Long School of (B,9) Research and Graduate Studies (Knoles Hall: F,8) External Relations and Alumni Association Center for Professional and Continuing Education Office of Information Technology Central Office 1776 W. March Lane, Stockton, CA

Center for Professional & Continuing Education (CPCE) 1776 W. March Lane, #290 Stockton, CA 95207

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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS/ PACIFIC MUSIC CAMP / READING SKILLS

Important Phone Numbers Admissions, Office of................................................. 209.946.2211 Athletic Department..............................................................62472 Baun Fitness Center...............................................................62811 Bookstore...................................................................209.460.3875 Business, Eberhardt School of................................................62239 Career Resource Center..........................................................62361 Center for Prof. & Continuing Education.............................62424 College of the Pacific, Office of the Dean.................................62023 Art........................................................................................62241. Biological Sciences................................................................62181. Chemistry.............................................................................62271. Communication....................................................................62505. Economics.............................................................................62258. English..................................................................................62121 Film Studies..........................................................................62613 Gender Studies......................................................................62573 Geosciences...........................................................................62482 History..................................................................................62145 Mathematics..........................................................................62347 Modern Language.................................................................62291 Philosophy............................................................................62281 Physics..................................................................................62220 Political Science.....................................................................62524 Psychology............................................................................62133 Religious Studies...................................................................62161 Sociology...............................................................................62101 Sport Sciences.......................................................................62209

Theatre Arts..........................................................................62116 Conservatory of Music............................................................62415 Cowell Wellness Center...........................................................62315 Education, Benerd School of ..................................................62556 Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education....................62287. Educational Administration..................................................62580 Educational and Counseling Psychology...............................62559 Educational Resource Center................................................62458 Engineering and Computer Science, School of.......................62151 Financial Aid...........................................................................62421 Research and Graduate Studies................................................63929 Housing and Greek Life..........................................................62331 Information (Brandenburger Welcome Center)......................62011 International Student Services.................................................62246 International Studies, School of..............................................62650 Library.....................................................................................62431 ASUOP...................................................................................62233 Office of Information Technology (OIT)................................62251 Computer Support & Services................................................67400 Office of Adult Learners .........................................................62424 Pharmacy and Health Sciences, School of...............................62561 Speech-Language and Pathology............................................62381 Public Safety............................................................................62537 EMERGENCY......................................................................63911 Registrar’s Office......................................................................62135. Student Accounts Office..........................................................62517 Summer Sessions.........................................................209.946.2424 University Center........................................................209.946.7744

Pacific Music Camp register online and receive a $10 discount

Brubeck Institute Jazz Camp (grades 8-12)

Junior Band & Orchestra Camp (grades 5-8)

Senior Band, Orchestra & Choir

Phonics Comprehension & Speed Reading Study Skills The University of the Pacific’s Center for Professional & Continuing Education has partnered with the Institute of Reading Development to offer “Speed Reading and Study Strategies.” Tuition is only $299 and, as a course participant, you will receive FREE Lifetime Repeat Privileges honored at any of the universities or colleges that offer the program.

(grades 8-12)

Senior Piano Camp (grades 9-12)

For program information, course dates, or to register, call

Pacific Music Business Camp 209.946.2416 go.pacific.edu/MusicCamp 32

(grades 9-12)

University of the Pacific Summer Sessions 2014

800.978.3532 Mon-Fri 7am - 6pm Sat. 7am - 1pm


Office of the Registrar 3601 Pacific Ave. Stockton, CA 95211 registrar@pacific.edu

SUMMER SESSIONS FIRST TIME UNCLASSIFIED STUDENT APPLICATION (Undergraduate and Graduate Courses)

Fax 209.946.2596

Unclassified Undergraduate (Non-degree and post-baccalaureate): Students can take a maximum of 27 undergraduate units (to include completed courses and those in progress) prior to being required to formally apply for admission to the University in the Office of Admission by June 1st (Fall) or December 1st (Spring). Unclassified Graduate: Students can take a maximum of 12 graduate units before they must file an application for admission in the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. These 12 units are subject to approval towards a graduate degree. Check with the Office of Research and Graduate Studies for deadline dates. Note: An official transcript showing a Bachelor’s degree must be verified at the same time this form is submitted. Please Print Student SSN:___________________________ University ID: ___________________________ Term/Year:______________________ Name:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Last First MI Former Last Name Permanent Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________ Street City State Zip Code Phone: (_____)_____________________ Email (REQUIRED): _________________________________ Birth date:_______________ Gender: Male ___ Female

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Have you previously attended Pacific? _________________

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___Other

If yes, when? _______________________________________________

Do you have a previous degree? _______ What degree did you earn? _____________ From where?___________________________ I wish to take (choose one): ___ Undergraduate level courses,

___ Graduate level courses,

___ Courses towards a credential

Student Signature:__________________________________________________________ Date:______________________________ If you are submitting this form in person, the Office of the Registrar will provide you with your pacificnet ID and Pacific email account information. If you are submitting this form by mail, the Office of the Registrar will email your pacificnet ID and Pacific email account information. If you are submitting this form via fax, please provide a cover sheet with attention Registrar 209.946.2596. The Office of the Registrar will email you your pacificnet ID and Pacific email account information. You will use this information to register for courses online via the insidePacific website at https://insidepacific.pacific.edu. Billing statements will be sent to your u.pacific.edu email address. Do not wait for a bill to pay your summer charges as they are due upon enrollment. Students can also make payments online from the insidePacific website at https://insidepacific.pacific.edu.

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University of the Pacific Summer Sessions 2014


Pacific History University of the Pacific is California’s first institution of higher education, chartered in 1851. Set on 175 acres along the Calaveras River in central Stockton, the University’s main campus offers 9 of the 11 schools and colleges that make up Pacific, providing both bachelor’s and graduate degrees. The Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry is located in San Francisco and McGeorge School of Law is in Sacramento. Approximately 5,300 students attend Pacific on the main campus in Stockton composed of College of the Pacific (the arts and sciences); Conservatory of Music; Eberhardt School of Business; Gladys L. Benerd School of Education; School of International Studies; School of Engineering and Computer Science; Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Office of Research and Graduate Studies; and the Center for Professional and Continuing Education. A comprehensive university, Pacific has a culturally and ethnically diverse student body with students from nearly every state and more than 50 countries, with about 50 percent from underrepresented ethnic and racial backgrounds. More than 75 percent of undergraduates receive financial aid. Pacific’s faculty members stay current in their areas of expertise, participating in research projects and publishing results. Faculty members sit on professional boards and task forces, host regional conferences, speak to local organizations about their work at Pacific and volunteer for community service. A strong Emeriti Society keeps retired professors in touch with Pacific, which often calls upon experience for classroom lectures, committee work, historic context and continued mentoring of students and younger faculty members. The University of the Pacific Library is home to the Dave Brubeck Collection - one of the largest personal jazz collections (over 275 linear feet) in the world. The Collection contains hundreds of published and unpublished compositions, original manuscripts, recordings, photos, writings, press clippings, and memorabilia. Pacific is also home to the Harold S. Jacoby Center for Community and Regional Studies. The William Knox Holt Memorial Library and the Health Sciences Chemistry Branch Library contain approximately 385,000 volumes and nearly 4,700 periodical subscriptions, in addition to audio recordings, videotapes and computer resources. PacifiCat is the on-line catalog and circulation system, supplying Internet connections to catalogs and databases worldwide. The Holt Atherton Department of Special Collections, a research facility specializing in California, holds 75 percent of the writings of naturalist and conservationist John Muir as well as extensive collections documenting the Gold Rush and mining operations in the Mother Lode. To fully appreciate all that Pacific has to offer, you must experience it in person. We invite you to tour the campus, meet the faculty and fellow students, speak with an academic advisor, visit the many programs, and learn about the educational opportunities offered to you at Pacific. Please call 800.959.5376 to schedule a campus visit.


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