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E T A U GRAD M R E T R E M M U S ULE ED CLASS SCH OPS H S K R O W AND

n o i s s e S d n co e S , n o i s s e S First m r e T r e m m and full Su Summer registration begins March 27   First Session:    May 14–June 23   Second Session:    June 25–August 4   Full Summer Term:    May 14–August 4

Final day to register (with a late fee) is:   First Session and   full Summer Term: May 15   Second Session: June 26

The registration form is located at the end of this book. 


CONTENTS Summer Calendar........................................ 1 Graduate Fees.............................................. 2 General Information..................................... 3   Continuing Education................................ 4  Transcripts................................................ 4   City of Dayton........................................... 4   Airport Transportation............................... 4  Library...................................................... 5  Bookstore................................................. 5   Parking (on-campus)................................. 5  Liturgy...................................................... 5 Housing and Residence Life Services............ 6 Food and Student Services   Dining Services......................................... 7   Flyer Express ........................................... 7   Campus FlyerCard .................................. 7   John F. Kennedy   Memorial Union.................................... 7   Campus Recreation.................................. 7 Registration Instructions................................ 8 Exam Policy.................................................. 9 Course Listings College of Arts & Sciences  Biology................................................... 10  Chemistry............................................... 10  Communication...................................... 10  English................................................... 10   Master in Public Administration............... 11  Mathematics........................................... 11  Music..................................................... 12  Psychology ............................................ 12   Religious Studies .................................. 13 School of Business   Master in Business Administration........... 14 School of Education and Allied Professions   Counselor Education............................... 15   On campus......................................... 15   Off campus...................................16–17   Doctor of Physical Therapy...................... 17   Doctoral Studies ................................... 18   Educational Leadership........................... 18   On campus....................................18–19   Off campus...................................18–19   Distance Learning................................... 19   Health & Sport Science........................... 22   Teacher Education.................................. 22   On campus....................................22–23   Distance Learning................................... 23 School of Engineering   Aerospace Engineering........................... 25  Bioengineering....................................... 25   Chemical Engineering............................. 25   Civil Engineering..................................... 25   Electrical & Computer Engineering.......... 26   Engineering Management and Systems... 27   Management Science.......................... 27  Electro-Optics......................................... 27   Materials Engineering............................. 28   Mechanical Engineering.......................... 28   Renewable Energy.................................. 29 Religious Studies...................................30–32 Workshops/Institutes Descriptions   Catholic School....................................... 33  Music................................................34–35   Counselor Education Seminars................ 36 Campus Map............................Center Spread Forms...................................................37–40

graduate Programs directory Biology...........................................................................................229-2521   Jayne Robinson, Ph.D., Chairperson   Mark Nielson, Director Chemistry......................................................................................229-2631   Mark Masthay, Ph.D., Chairperson   Kevin Church, Ph.D., Director Communication.............................................................................229-2028   Jonathan Hess, Ph.D., Chairperson   James D. Robinson, Ph.D., Director Computer Science........................................................................229-3831   Dale Courte, Ph.D., Chairperson Counselor Education and Human Services..............................229-3644   Molly Schaller, Ph.D., Chairperson Educational Leadership...............................................................229-3105   David Dolph, Ph.D., Chairperson English...........................................................................................229-3434   Sheila H. Hughes, Ph.D., Chairperson   Andrew Slade, Ph.D., Director Graduate Engineering and Research........................................229-2736   John Weber, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Engineering    for Graduate Studies Health and Sport Science............................................................229-5600   Philip Anloague, Ph.D., DPT Program Director International Studies ................................................................. 229-2765   Juan C. Santamarina, Ph.D., Director Mathematics..................................................................................229-2511   Joe Mashburn, Ph.D., Chairperson   Muhammad Islam, Ph.D., Director MBA Program...............................................................................229-3733   Janice Glynn, Director Music..............................................................................................229-3936   Sharon Gratto, Ph.D., Chairperson Public Administration..................................................................229-3650   Grant Neeley, Ph.D., Director Psychology....................................................................................229-2713   Carolyn Roecker Phelps, Ph.D., Chairperson   Clinical....................................................................................229-2164   General...................................................................................229-2168 Religious Studies..........................................................................229-4321   Sandra Yocum, Ph.D., Chairperson   Amy Doorley, Coordinator Teacher Education........................................................................229-3346   Connie Bowman, Ph.D., Chairperson (Area code for all of above 937)


2011 – 2012 SUMMER TERM ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUMMER 2012 —  FIRST SESSION Fri, May 11 Last day to complete registration Sat, May 12 Saturday classes begin Mon, May 14 Classes begin at 8:00 a.m. Tue, May 15 Last day for late Summer Term-First Session registration, change of grading options and schedules Thu, May 17 Last day for late full Summer Term registration, change of grading options and schedules Wed, May 23 Last day to drop without record from First Session classes Mon, May 28 Memorial Day — no classes Mon, Jun 11 Last day to drop with record of W from First Session classes Mon, Jun 11 Last day to change Spring Term grades Fri-Sat, Jun 22-23 Exams — full Summer Term classes do not meet First Session ends after final examinations Tue, Jun 26 Grades due by 9:00 a.m. Deficiency slips due in Deans’ offices Thu, Jun 28 Grades posted Sun, Jul 1 Last day for Graduate and Doctoral students to apply for August 2012 graduation Thu, Jul 5 Last day to drop without record from full Summer Term classes Tue, Jul 31 Last day to change First Session grades

SUMMER 2012 —  SECOND SESSION Fri, Jun 22 Sat, Jun 23 Mon, Jun 25 Tue, Jun 26 Sun, Jul 1 Wed, Jul 4 Thu, Jul 5 Mon, Jul 16 Tue, Jul 31 Fri-Sat, Aug 3–4 Mon, Aug 6 Tue, Aug 7 Thu, Aug 9 Tue, Sep 11

Last day to complete registration Saturday classes begin Second Session classes begin Last day for late Summer Term-Second Session registration, change of grading options and schedules Last day for Graduate and Doctoral students to apply for August 2012 graduation Independence Day — no classes Last day to drop without record from Second Session and full Summer Term classes Last day to drop with record of W from Second Session and full Summer Term classes Last day to change First Session grades Exams — Second Session and full Summer Term end after final examinations Degrees conferred — no ceremony Grades due by 9:00 a.m. Deficiency slips due in Deans’ offices Grades posted Last day to change Second Session and full Summer Term grades

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graduate FEES For more information go to: www.udayton.edu/~bursar Tuition for undergraduate semester hour credit .................................................................................................................. $1,011.00 Tuition for graduate semester hour (Arts & Sciences and Engineering) ............................................................................... 758.00 Tuition for graduate semester hour (Business) ......................................................................................................................... 825.00 Tuition for graduate semester hour (Master in Public Administration) ................................................................................ 531.00 Doctoral student per semester credit hour (including Engineering) ..................................................................................... 862.00 Religious Studies courses (per semester credit hour) Summer 2012 only ............................................................................ 363.00 Religious Studies Ph.D. ................................................................................................................................................................. 649.00 On/off campus for School of Education and Allied Professions per credit   (including Graduate Arts & Sciences courses) ...................................................................................................................... 520.00 Graduate Program for Education Specialist per semester hour (800 level courses) ........................................................... 650.00 Doctoral (per semester hour) ....................................................................................................................................................... 702.00 MISCELLANEOUS Per laboratory course clock hour (maximum $325)................................................................................................................... varies University fee ................................................................................................................................................................................... 25.00 Graduation fee (including doctoral) .............................................................................................................................................. 90.00 Audit per semester hour — Arts & Sciences Engineering ....................................................................................................... 379.00 Audit per semester hour — Religious Studies (Summer 2012 only) ....................................................................................... 182.00 Audit per semester hours — Business......................................................................................................................................... 413.00 Audit on/off campus — Education (including Graduate Arts and Sciences courses) ........................................................... 260.00 Audit — Doctoral semester hour (Education) ............................................................................................................................. 351.00 Audit per semester hour — Education Specialist Program ..................................................................................................... 325.00 Audit — Doctoral Religious Studies ............................................................................................................................................ 324.00 Audit for master in Public Administration per semester hour ............................................................................................... 266.00 Audit Doctoral per credit hour (including Engineering) ....................................................................................................... $431.00 Registration late fee — beginning the first day of the three sessions ..................................................................... 25.00 per week to a maximum of $75.00   In the remarks column of the composite a lab fee is indicated with an *. A special fee for a course is indicated with a #. Special fees are not refundable if a course is dropped.

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS   If registration is cancelled before the first day of classes, full refunds will be made, with the exception of admission deposits.   Cancellation must be in writing on the proper form, the withdrawal or “drop” form for registration, or in written form to the Residential Services Office for housing. For non-local students a letter to the appropriate dean may be used as notification of cancellation. Students who do not attend classes and do not officially complete withdrawal procedures during the cancellation period will be responsible for the full amount of the applicable tuition and fees.   During the two-week cancellation period for each six-week session of the split Summer Term tuition and housing credits will be given according to the following schedule:

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  During first week of classes .......... 65%   During second week of   classes ............................................. 30%   During or after third week .............. 0%   Cancellations for a full Summer Term course have a four week cancellation period and will be on the same schedule as cancellations for the Fall and Spring Terms.   Financial adjustments for tuition are based on the date the drop (withdrawal) form is finalized in registration.   Financial adjustments for housing are based on the date of checkout from housing, if applicable.   In a summer term, special course fees are fully refundable through the first three days of the term and not refundable thereafter.   In a summer term, laboratory fees are fully refundable through the first three days of the term and refundable on the same schedule as tuition thereafter.

  Special rules may apply for students who withdraw and who receive Title IV funds. Please contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid if additional information is needed.   After classes have begun, the University fee for student activities is not refundable. All tuition refund requests and appeals must be in writing and directed to the attention of David J. Necessary, Director of Student Accounts/Bursar.   Students suspended/dismissed from the University or from University residence facilities as a result of disciplinary action are not eligible for any refund of tuition and fees or room and board charges under the University’s Cancellation and Refund policy. Exceptions to this position will be made to comply with refund requirements of federal financial aid programs.


GENERAL INFORMATION Graduate Information Visit our web site at http://gradschool.udayton.edu The office of the Graduate School is located in St. Mary Hall, Room 200. Please contact Dr. Paul Vanderburgh, Associate Provost and Dean of Graduate, Professional & Continuing Education (GPCE), or Dr. Brad Duncan, Associate Dean, by phone at 937-229-2390 or by e-mail at UDgradschool@notes.udayton.edu if you need any information about graduate education at the University of Dayton.

New or Prospective Students   The University of Dayton offers over 50 disciplinary and crossdisciplinary advanced degree programs, making it easy for you to find the program that will meet your needs. To get started, visit our Graduate Admission Web site at https://gradadmission.udayton.edu where you can explore the complete list of our programs and degrees, receive program-specific information from our graduate program directors, look through the online Graduate Bulletin to see the degree requirements for each academic program, and find course descriptions for all graduate classes.

Admission Standards   All graduates of approved colleges or universities who hold the bachelor’s degree are eligible for admission. Applicants must have had adequate undergraduate preparation in their proposed fields of study and must show promise for pursuing higher studies satisfactorily. Specific requirements for admission are set by the relevant program directors and deans; please consult the Graduate Admission Web site or contact the appropriate program (see inside of front cover) for the latest information.

Applying for Admission

Graduating?

  The application for admission to graduate school is available online at https://gradadmission.udayton.edu/ application and there is no application fee with the exception of international applicants who have a $50 application fee. Applicants will be required to submit official transcripts directly from the registrars of all previously attended colleges or universities and three letters of reference completed by professional persons able to judge the applicant’s academic qualifications for the proposed field of study.

  If you are planning to graduate in August 2012, you must declare your candidacy for graduation by applying online at porches.udayton.edu by Feb. 1, 2012. Select the Academics tab and under Registration Tools is the Apply to Graduate link.

Registering Prior to Admission   Students are permitted to enroll for no more than one term and for no more than six semester hours of credit prior to being admitted to a specific program of study. Students are cautioned that hours completed in excess of six prior to admission may not be accepted toward the completion of degree requirements.

Confirming Enrollment   Newly admitted students should confirm their enrollment as soon as possible at https://gradadmission. udayton.edu/confirm/login.asp. Doing this will facilitate the registration process and ensure that you have access to important information that will help you get started.

  August graduates are reminded that the University does not hold commencement exercises at the end of its Summer Term but that they will have the opportunity to participate in the following December graduation ceremony. In any event, graduates completing their degree requirements during the Summer Term will receive diplomas and academic transcripts which denote an August graduation date.

The Graduate School Paul Vanderburgh, Ph.D., Associate Provost and Dean Graduate, Professional & Continuing Education St. Mary Hall, Room 200 Dayton, Ohio 45469-1620 937-229-2390

Wright-Patterson AFB   Students who are registering for courses to be taught at WrightPatterson Air Force Base must be eligible for access to the Base and have appropriate picture ID. NonBase connected civilians should contact the SOCHE office on base at 937-252-4888 or 937-904-4890 for information about eligibility and instructions on obtaining the ID.

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GENERAL INFORMATION, continued Special Programs and Continuing Education

  Located in 1700 South Patterson Boulevard, we’re here for you — the adult student, evening student and visiting student. Some of the services we provide include:   • Advising and registration for adult students   • Adult Student Study Lounge   • Information and referral office for adult and visiting students   • Special workshops.   • Non-credit and special programs in a wide variety of areas.   • Programs for senior citizens

Programs in Catholic School Leadership— School of Education and Allied Professions— Department of Educational Leadership

  The University of Dayton’s Department of Educational Leadership offers a master’s degree in Educational Leadership with special emphasis on Catholic School administration. Coursework is offered via the Internet (online). There are scholarships available for teachers and administrators currently employed full-time in a Catholic school and/or Diocese who wish to pursue this degree via online courses. For students who traditionally come to campus in the summer, coursework will be offered during the Second Summer Term. A listing of summer course offerings is provided in this publication in the section titled Catholic School Courses.   A master’s degree in Educational Leadership may be earned by completing the ten designated courses for a total of 30 semester hours, providing an excellent opportunity to integrate university study with your current job responsibilities. The program is designed to prepare individuals to

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work as effective Catholic school leaders, to help them meet state licensure requirements, and to accommodate individual student needs.   Students new to the program are encouraged to contact Ms. Janice Keivel, Administrative Associate for the Department of Educational Leadership at 1-800-259-8710, option #2, at 937-229-3755, or via email at jkeivel1@ udayton.edu to plan their sequence of study.   For additional information on our programs and courses, please visit our department Web site at www.udayton. edu/education/ed/

Transcripts

  The University of Dayton has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide transcript ordering via the Web. You can order transcripts using any major credit card. Your card will only be charged after your order has been completed.   •  To order an official transcript(s), login to the Clearinghouse secure site www.getmytranscript.com   •  If you are a first-time visitor, you will be directed to create a personal profile and user ID/password, which you will use to place future orders.   •  Order updates will be mailed to you. You can also check order status or history online.   •  If you need help or have questions about the Clearinghouse’s transcript ordering service, contact 703-742-7791 or transcripts@studentclearinghouse. org.   •  You may also request your transcript by mail or in person.   •  Transcript requests will not be accepted by fax or email.   •  Transcripts typically take three to four working days to process, unless the student is having the transcript held for final grades or degree posting.   For more information, see: registrar.udayton.edu

City of Dayton   Dayton is a vibrant city built on exciting ideas. Known worldwide as the birthplace of aviation, its parks, museums and historical areas offer many riches to visitors such as Carillon Historical Park, U.S. Air Force Museum, Dayton Art Institute and Oregon Historic District.   Championship golf courses, shopping centers and malls, theaters and many excellent restaurants are within minutes of the main campus.

Airport Transportation   Transportation to Dayton International Airport is available through Charter Vans Co. 937-898-4043. Round trip service from the airport to the University runs Monday through Friday on an as-needed basis. The charge is: Round Trip......................................$66.00 1 Person............................................33.00 plus tax one way 2-Person............................................ 17.00 plus tax one way 3 or More.......................................... 15.00 plus tax one way The airport is approximately 20 miles from the campus and taxi service is approximately $65.00 plus tax round trip.

Attention! For your convenience, the University has initiated a 1-800 number to facilitate your contacting Graduate School of Education personnel. The number is 1-800-259-8710.


GENERAL INFORMATION, continued Library Services

Bookstore

  The University’s main library, Roesch Library, houses a collection containing books, journals, government documents, videos, and microforms. The library provides access to over 150 online databases on a variety of subjects and has current subscriptions to more than 8,500 journals in print and electronic formats. The Library is a member of OhioLINK, a cooperative venture of over 80 state and private Ohio-academic institutions and the State Library of Ohio. A delivery system among these institutions provides rapid delivery of materials, usually within three days.   Reference assistance is provided in a variety of forms including in-house, email, chat, telephone, and private consultations. The reference staff can show students how to access computer databases, use periodical indexes, find books, and search the Internet. Access to the library’s resources is available at http://www.udayton.edu/ libraries.   Roesch Library also houses computers on both first and second floors which provide access to the campus network, library resources, the Internet, word processing, and other applications. A valid Novell account is required to use these computers. Bring your University ID to the Walk-in Help Desk (53 Miriam Hall) to obtain your account.

  The University of Dayton Bookstore is centrally located on the ground and second levels of the east end of Marianist Hall. The UD Bookstore carries all required and recommended textbooks for all University of Dayton courses, as well as school supplies, Miami Valley RTA bus passes/tokens, sundry items, convenience goods, film development, dry cleaning, UPS shipping service and gift cards.   The UD Bookstore also offers a wide variety of official University of Dayton imprinted clothing and gifts. The General Book department offers titles including specialty and academic subjects, bestsellers and paperback fiction and non-fiction. Any title not in stock can easily be special ordered.   The UD Bookstore also offers online ordering at http://bookstore.udayton. edu. Textbooks, clothing and gifts can all be ordered from the convenience of your home computer and can be sent directly to your doorstep prior to visiting the main campus or for your off-site classes.   Regular summer hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The UD Bookstore extends its hours the first week of each summer session (hours are posted at the Bookstore).   The last day to return textbooks for a full refund with receipt:     First Session — 5/23/12     Second Session — 7/5/12   To order online, visit our 24-hour store at http://bookstore.udayton.edu and select pick-up at one of five convenient locations on campus.   Call 1-800-543-4825 or 937-229-3233 for more information.

  The library summer hours are: Monday – Thursday..........8 a.m. –  11 p.m. Friday..................................8 a.m.  – 6 p.m. Saturday –Sunday................Noon  – 6 p.m.   Reference desk hours vary. Call for more information.   Roesch Library can be reached at 937-229-4270.

Mass Schedule, Summer Sessions: Eucharistic celebration schedule: •  Immaculate Conception Chapel Monday–Friday 12:05 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. • Alumni Hall Marianist Community Chapel Monday – Friday 6:55 a.m. Saturday 6:55 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. For more information, please contact Campus Ministry at x93339 or check their website: http://www.udayton.edu/ministry

Parking   On-campus parking permits are available by applying online at https://parking.udayton.edu. Permits will be mailed out. Parking Services is located on the first floor of College Park Center. Parking Services office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday  –  Friday.

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HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE SERVICES

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Accommodations

Check-In/Check-Out

  The University of Dayton offers housing accommodations in the Garden Apartments to religious/adult students registered for summer sessions, workshops and institutes. Garden Apartments allow two students to share a two-bedroom apartment. Students are registered to submit names of roommate preferences (if known) when completing their housing applications. Students who do not submit a roommate preference will be assigned a roommate to share their apartment.   The air-conditioned apartments accommodate four people and offer shared-bedroom (four persons share an apartment) and private-bedroom accommodations (two people share an apartment). Requests for entire apartments cannot be accommodated due to the limited space available. The apartments have furnished living rooms, kitchens, and bedrooms. The kitchen includes a refrigerator, microwave, and range. Bedrooms are furnished with twin beds, desks, chairs, and a three-drawer chest for each resident. Please note the following items that we do not provide: pots and pans, dishes, silverware, utensils, can openers, spatulas, desk lamps, and alarm clocks. Residents wishing to prepare their own meals must provide their own food and cooking utensils. Garden Apartments have central laundry facilities equipped with coin-operated washers and dryers.   Summer housing applications are due one (1) month prior to arrival on campus. To obtain a Summer Religious/ Workshop Student Housing Application, please call the Housing and Residence Life Office—at 1-800-259-8864 or 1-937-229-3317.

  Keys will be available at the Marycrest Complex; the desk operates 24/7 for your convenience. The contact information for this building is 937-229-3124   The Facilities Management — Residential Properties has assigned you to a Garden Apartment as requested. Questions concerning this assignment may be directed to this office at 937-229-2049.   Keys may be returned to the front desk of Marycrest or at the Residential Properties office during normal business hours. Keys may be also placed in the kiosk located at the entrance of the College Park Center. Envelopes will be made available at the kiosk.

Linens/Towels and other supplies   Bed linens, pillows, towels, washcloths, soap and bathroom tissue are all provided. A linen exchange is available weekly. The exchange schedule is posted on the bulletin board in their respective building. Maid service is not provided.

Mail—Garden Apartment Residents   Please address all mail in the following manner: For 6-week (or longer) residents: Your name — Session 1 or Session 2 Apartment address Dayton, OH 45409  

2012 SUMMER Rates Garden Apartments/Two-Bedroom Apartments/Air-Conditioned/Furnished Summer Session 6-week rates: Private Bedroom (2 per apt.)......................................................$980 per person 3-week Session (Second Summer Session only) Private Bedroom (2 per apt.)......................................................$590 per person 2-week Session..............................................................................$415 per person Workshop/Institute (1 to 2 weeks) Private Bedroom (2 per apt.).................................$58 per day  $220 per week Entire Apartment (family) per week.............................................................$415


food and student services Dining Services   The Department of Dining Services operates the Barrett Dining Room located on the first floor of Kennedy Union which offers an a la carte menu. Meals are available on a cash basis, by credit/debit cards or Flyer Express, a prepaid debit card. For further information regarding Dining Services, please call 937-229-2441 or 1-800-259-8864.

Flyer Express   Flyer Express is an online, prepaid debit account that may be used to pay for purchases at participating on- and off-campus locations including printing at the library. Flyer Express accounts with a positive balance will remain open and carry forward to the next semester or year for all registered students and active employees.

Campus FlyerCard   The FlyerCard is the official photo identification card. Not only is it your student ID card, but it’s also your library card, meal card and access card for the RecPlex, residence halls and labs.   Students may obtain the FlyerCard at 102 Powerhouse. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30. You may call 937-229-2456 or 1-800-259-8864, option 4.

John F. Kennedy Memorial Union   Kennedy Union provides a space for interaction on campus among students, faculty, staff and related groups to foster a spirit of community. Kennedy Union provides services and facilities for the members of the University and surrounding communities. Kennedy Union summer services include: • Campus-wide information (Information Center located in 1st floor lobby 229-INFO) • Dining Services in the Kennedy Union Food Court • Campus Copy Center (1st floor lobby, x94126) • Travel Office, on-campus compre- hensive travel service (229-4554) • The Hangar games room (by reservation only, x93233)

Campus Recreation   The Fitness and Recreation Complex (The RecPlex) includes: • A four court hardwood gym •  A two court synthetic surface gym •  An aquatic center with an 8 lane   competition pool, a family leisure area, a 12 ft. deep diving well, and a hot tub • A 30 ft. high climbing wall •  3 racquetball courts • 3 aerobic/spinning studios • 1/8 mile jogging track • Fitness center with 150 pieces of strength training and cardio equipment •  Juice Bar • 2 meeting rooms   For more information about summer hours and fees, please call the RecPlex at 937-229-2704.

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ONLINE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS graduate/doctoral students   Web registration begins March 27 at 8:00 a.m. for degree students and March 28 at 8:00 a.m. for non-degree students.   Login to Porches at http://porches. udayton.edu with your LDAP/Novell username and password, go to the Academics tab and select Search and Register for Classes in the “Registration Tools” channel. The Summer Term codes are 201251 (First Session), 201252 (Second Session) and 201253 (full Summer Term). 1. Determine the courses you want to take. 2.

It is recommended — though not required — that you meet with your advisor to ensure you are scheduled for the correct courses.

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Return to the Search and Register for Classes link indicated in step 1 to register on your assigned date and time. Note: The Registration Status link will display your registration date and show any outstanding holds. Unresolved holds will prohibit you from registering.

SUMMER term registration dates First Session and full Summer Term:   March 27 – May 15 Second Session:   March 27 – June 26

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4. There are two registration methods: a. Add all courses to a worksheet similar to a shopping card): Locate your preferred course section and click the box next to the preferred CRN (course registration number) to add it to your worksheet. Once you’ve selected all of the courses you want to take, submit your schedule.

This method allows you to build an entire schedule at once; only after submission do you see potential registration errors and closed classes.

b. Search and register for courses one at a time: Click the “register” button each time you select a course.

This method of registering ensures that you will have a seat in the class if no other errors or section closings prevent you from registering. This method is recommended when you are aware that space in a particular course is limited or close to being full.

  Students may change their classes online prior to the first day of the term by selecting the Add or Drop Classes link under the “Registration Tools” channel.   More details about registering online are available on the Academics tab at http://porches.udayton.edu. You may use Web Registration: • If you have attended UD in the past year • If you are newly accepted and have confirmed your acceptance or if you have been reactivated by your school/college • To process drop/adds • To review or print your class schedule (times, building, room)

You may not use Web Registration: • If you are a first time non-degree student • If you have a registration hold • For change of level • To register or add/drop for audit Mail or Walk-in Registration begins March 29.   Upon receipt of your class schedule you will find a registration form in the back of this book. If you have any demographic changes, please go to registrar.udayton.edu, general information, Demographic Info Change Form. If you have taken a graduate course at the university, complete sections 1 & 3. If you are a first-time graduate student (either degree or non-degree), you need to complete sections 1, 2 and 3. Fill in requested courses, fold form, seal and mail to the Registration Office, St. Mary Hall, Room 411, 300 College Park, Dayton, Ohio, 45469-1668, as printed on the reverse side of the form.   First time non-degree students may now register on the Web by going to adulteducation.udayton.edu beginning March 30. It is imperative that we have your current email address.   If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Registration Office at 937-229-3723 or 1-800-259-8864.

Drop/Adds By Web   You may drop/add using the Web until the first day of each session. Beginning the first day of each session, you must process a Drop/ Add Form. If you are unable to pick up a form, call your Dean/Advisor/ Registration Office to process the change. We recommend that all students contact their advisor/chairperson before making any course selections. Drop/adds made without discussion with your advisor, which may result in non-fulfillment of requirements, will not be corrected by substitutions and waivers.


EXAM POLICY FINAL EXAMINATION POLICY   The University regards testing as a primary means of quantifying the performance of a student and ensuring academic rigor in the curriculum. As part of the overall evaluation process, students are required to complete rigorous final examinations in all subjects except laboratory or studio courses. Alternative evaluation procedures may be substituted for a final examination with the approval of the Department Chair. Absence from a final examination will incur a minimum penalty of a zero grade for that examination, unless the instructor decides to permit a make-up.   No new material may be introduced in a course after the last scheduled class meeting. Final examinations should be given at the time scheduled in the composite for each term, except in the following cases:

  1. Grades for graduating students must be reported during examination week at a time determined by the registrar. When this requirement conflicts with the final examination schedule in the composite, faculty are asked to administer the examination at an earlier time agreeable to both the students and the instructor. The final examination must also be offered at the time scheduled in the composite for the benefit of the other students in the class.   2. When a student has more than two final examinations scheduled for one day, faculty are encouraged to accommodate the individual student on an alternate day agreeable to both the student and the instructor. The student must make the request by the last scheduled class meeting.

  3. A block examination is a common examination that covers several sections of the same class, taught by different instructors, for the purpose of establishing uniform scale of achievement. Any exception must be made by the Dean. To avoid conflicts, block examinations are scheduled through the Registration Office.   In all cases these exceptions should not have the effect of reducing the substance of the course material. Students must have access to graded examinations for a period of six months after the examination has been given.

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE First Session

Second Session

June 22  All   8:00 classes from 8:00 to 9:50 10:50 classes from 10:00 to 11:50 1:40 classes from 12:00 to 1:50 3:05 classes from 2:00 to 3:50

Aug. 3

June 23      9:25 classes from 8:00 to 9:50 12:15 classes from 10:00 to 11:50

Aug. 4

Evening classes 4:30 and after: Examination during the last regular period of each session. Saturday classes: June 23 (First Session) and August 4 (Second Session).

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CRN COURSE TITLE CR. BEGIN SECTION DATE

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College of Arts & Sciences Biology  •  Dr. JaYne Robinson   •  SC211  •  937-229-2521 Full 3rd Term Summer 376 BIO 599 Z1 Thesis 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 377 BIO 599 Z2 Thesis 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 750 BIO 599 Z3 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 751 BIO 599 Z4 Thesis 4.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 752 BIO 599 Z5 Thesis 5.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 753 BIO 599 Z6 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 378 BIO 699 Z1 Dissertation 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 379 BIO 699 Z2 Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 754 BIO 699 Z3 Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 755 BIO 699 Z4 Dissertation 4.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 756 BIO 699 Z5 Dissertation 5.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M 757 BIO 699 Z6 Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Nielsen, M

Chemistry  •  Dr. Mark Masthay  •  SC178  •  937-229-2631 1st Session Summer 142 CHM 525 61 Prin-Organic Chem 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MTWRF 9:25 10:40 SC 150 Church, K 143 CHM 561 61 Research II 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Church, K 2nd Session Summer 95 CHM 526 81 Prin-Organic Chem 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWRF 9:25 10:40 SC 150 Piepgrass, K 96 CHM 560 81 Research I 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Church, K 97 CHM 561 81 Research II 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Church, K Full 3rd Term Summer 271 CHM 560 Z1 Research I 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Church, K

Communication  •  Dr. Jonathan Hess  •  SJ121  •  937-229-2028 1st Session Summer 256 COM 531 61 Directed Study-Comm 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning 257 COM 531 62 Directed Study-Comm 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning 258 COM 531 63 Directed Study-Comm 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning 259 COM 598 6P Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning 260 COM 599 6P Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning 2nd Session Summer 195 COM 531 81 Directed Study-Comm 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning TGA-729 196 COM 531 82 Directed Study-Comm 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning TGA-729 197 COM 531 83 Directed Study-Comm 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning TGA-729 198 COM 598 8P Thesis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning TGA-729 199 COM 599 8P Thesis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Robinson, J Distance Learning TGA-729 Full 3rd Term Summer 857 COM 517 ZT Organizational Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA ABRD Langhorne, A Rome, Italy Thompson, T T80-758 858 COM 531 ZT Directed Study-Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA ABRD Flynn, R Rome, Italy T80-758

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381 COM 562 Z1 Children&Mass Media 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Scantlin, R Distance Learning 867 COM 620 ZP Election Campgn Com 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Henson, J Distance Learning 856 COM 630 ZT Iss-Intercultl Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA ABRD Griffin, J Rome, Italy Thompson, T T80-758

English  •  Dr. Sheila H. Hughes  •  HM200A  •  937-229-3434 1st Session Summer 496 ENG 507 61 New Media Writing 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 6:00 9:15 HM 01 Thomas, P 497 ENG 621 61 Teaching Shakespeare 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 6:00 9:15 HM 110 Kimbrough, R 2nd Session Summer 117 ENG 599 81 Thesis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Carrillo, A 292 ENG 599 82 Thesis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Pici, J 438 ENG 609 81 Modern Drama 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 6:00 9:15 HM 118 Wilhoit, S Full 3rd Term Summer 291 ENG 505 Z1 Writing Fiction 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Pici, J Distance Learning Instructor permission 292 ENG 505 Z2 Writing Poetry 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Carrillo, A Distance Learning Instructor permission 294 ENG 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA 295 ENG 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA

Master in Public Administration  •  Dr. Jason Pierce  •  SJ227B  •  937-229-3626 1st Session Summer 498 MPA 508 61 Food&Poverty Policy 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 6:00 9:15 SJ 231 Jones, J 114 MPA 593 61 Indp Sty-Public Adm 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Neeley, G 115 MPA 595 61 Governmnt Internshp 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Neeley, G 116 MPA 595 62 Governmnt Internshp 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Neeley, G 373 MPA 595 63 Governmnt Internshp 6.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Neeley, G 117 MPA 597 61 Public Serv Project 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Neeley, G 118 MPA 597 62 Public Serv Project 6.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Neeley, G 2nd Session Summer 439 MPA 504 8P State&Local Govrmt 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Miller, N Distance Learning Same a POL 303-8P 440 MPA 514 81 Government Planning 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 6:00 9:15 SJ 209 Williams, P 441 MPA 593 81 Indp Sty-Public Adm 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 43 MPA 595 81 Governmnt Internshp 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 44 MPA 595 82 Governmnt Internshp 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 45 MPA 595 83 Governmnt Internshp 6.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 46 MPA 597 81 Public Serv Project 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 47 MPA 597 82 Public Serv Project 6.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G Full 3rd Term Summer 163 MPA 508 Z1 Plng/Mktng Nonprofit 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 6:00 9:15 SJ 231 Neiheisel, S 165 MPA 595 Z1 Governmnt Internshp 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 166 MPA 595 Z2 Governmnt Internshp 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 167 MPA 597 Z1 Public Serv Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G 168 MPA 597 Z2 Public Serv Project 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Neeley, G

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Mathematics  •  Dr. Joe Mashburn  •  SC313  •  937-229-2511 2nd Session Summer 426 MTH 512 81 Geom for Sec Tchrs 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 9:00 12:10 SC 323 Krakowski, R 427 MTH 517 81 Res Meth in Mth Ed 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 1:30 4:40 SC 323 Krakowski, R 139 MTH 563 81 Computational Finance 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:00 7:10 SC 108 Usman, M 428 MTH 590 81 Case Stds/Fin Mdlg 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 12:00 3:10 WEB Distance Learning Full 3rd Term Summer 746 MTH 531 Z1 Adv Diffrntl Equatns 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 7:00 8:30 SC 328 Raffoul, Y 308 MTH 535 Z1 Partial Diff Equatns 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 SC 328 Raffoul, Y 747 MTH 551 Z1 Methods Mathmtl Phys 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 6:00 SC 216 Islam, M

Music  •  Dr. Sharon Gratto  •  MT101  •  937-229-3936 1st Session Summer 513 MUS 560 61 Instrument Repair 2.0 06/18/12 06/21/12 MTWR 8:30 4:00 RH 104 Rutledge, R Bring instruments to repair 2nd Session Summer 459 MUS 503 81 Teaching World Music 2.0 06/25/12 06/29/12 MTWRF WEB MacLachlan, H Distance Learning 472 MUS 505 81 Music Technology I 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Rush, T Distance Learning SPE-25 25 MUS 511 82 Music Theory 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWRF 9:00 12:00 MT 112 Sink, D SPE-25 24 MUS 537 82 Lit & Res Instr Ens 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TWRF 8:30 12:00 LTC Hartley, L Kizer, T 23 MUS 546 82 Adv Instr Cond 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWRF 1:00 4:30 RH 103 Kizer, T 462 MUS 560 81 Dance History 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Street, P Distance Learning 463 MUS 560 82 Musical Theatre Hst 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Street, P Distance Learning Full 3rd Term Summer 812 MUS 501 Z1 Sem in Musicoolgy 2.0 06/11/12 07/13/12 TBA WEB Dorf, S Distance Learning 811 MUS 505 Z1 Teach Mus with Tech 2.0 06/25/12 07/20/12 TBA WEB Rush, T Distance Learning SPE-25 862 MUS 560 Z1 Special Studies-MUS 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hartley, L Independent study 863 MUS 560 Z2 Special Studies-MUS 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hartley, L Independent study 864 MUS 560 Z3 Special Studies-MUS 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hartley, L Independent study 50 MUS 599 Z1 Grad Perf Studies 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hartley, L Contact Dr. Hartley for assignment SPE-150 51 MUS 599 Z2 Grad Perf Studies 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hartley, L Contact Dr. Hartley for assignment SPE-205 52 MUS 599 Z3 Grd Perf Studies-Ens 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hartley, L Contact Dr. Hartley for assignment

Psychology  •  Dr. Carolyn Roecker-Phelps  •  SJ329  •  937-229-2713 1st Session Summer 209 PSY 569 61 Clinical Practicum 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Reeb, R 210 PSY 569 62 Clinical Practicum 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Reeb, R 211 PSY 597 63 Readings 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Phelps, C 2nd Session Summer 167 PSY 569 81 Clinical Practicum 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Phelps, C 168 PSY 597 83 Readings 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Phelps, C 169 PSY 599 81 Thesis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Phelps, C

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Full 3rd Term Summer 343 PSY 564 Z1 Indiv Psychotherapy 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 9:00 11:10 SJ 325 Zois, C 9 wk course Must be currently enrolled as a grad student in the PSY department 344 PSY 573 Z1 Developmental PSY 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 12:30 2:40 SJ 325 Layman-Guadalupe, M 9 wk course Must be currently enrolled as a grad student in the PSY department 345 PSY 596 Z1 Experimentl Research 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Phelps, C 346 PSY 596 Z2 Experimentl Research 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Phelps, C 348 PSY 596 Z3 Experimentl Research 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Phelps, C

Religious Studies  •  Dr. Sandra Yocum  •  HM300  •  937-229-4321 1st Session Summer 514 REL 500A 61 Research Methods 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Luzarraga, R Distance Learning 515 REL 500B 61 Fdns Bible St 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Thimmes, P Distance Learning 546 REL 500B 62 Fdns Bible St 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Thimmes, P Distance Learning Trinidad, Catholic 516 REL 500D 61 Fdns Theo & Ethics 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Luzarraga, R Distance Learning 547 REL 500D 62 Fdns Theo & Ethics 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Luzarraga, R Distance Learning Trinidad, Catholic 162 REL 589 61 Practicum 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 163 REL 593 61 Directed Study 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 164 REL 593 62 Directed Study 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 165 REL 593 63 Directed Study 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 166 REL 598 61 Comprehensive Proj 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 167 REL 599 61 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 168 REL 697 61 Directed Readings 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 169 REL 697 62 Directed Readings 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 170 REL 697 63 Directed Readings 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 171 REL 699 61 Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 172 REL 699 62 Dissertation 12.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Yocum, S 2nd Session Summer 457 REL 528 81 US Catholicism 3.0 06/25/12 07/6/12 MTWRF 9:00 12:30 HM 344 Jacobs, J No class 7/4/12 458 REL 540 81 Eccl:Hope 21st Cent 3.0 06/25/12 07/6/12 MTWRF 1:00 4:30 HM 344 Lane, D No class 7/4/12 102 REL 561 81 Apprchs to Morality 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Bennett, J Distance Learning TGA-363 306 REL 561 82 Apprchs to Morality 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Bennett, J Distance Learning 104 REL 589 81 Practicum 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 473 REL 592 81 Contemporary Issues 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWRF 8:00 12:30 HM 344 Verploegen, M 106 REL 593 81 Directed Study 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 107 REL 593 82 Directed Study 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 108 REL 593 83 Directed Study 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 109 REL 598 81 Comprehensive Proj 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 111 REL 599 81 Thesis 6.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 112 REL 697 81 Directed Readings 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 119 REL 697 82 Directed Readings 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 120 REL 697 83 Directed Readings 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 121 REL 699 81 Dissertation 6.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S 122 REL 699 82 Dissertation 12.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Yocum, S Full 3rd Term Summer 823 REL 518 Z1 New Test-Exegesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Bunta, S Distance Learning 866 REL 518 Z2 Studies in Paul 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Bunta, S Distance Learning Trinidad,Catholic

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School of Business Master in Business Administration  •  Janice Glynn  •  MH306  •  937-229-3733 1st Session Summer 285 MBA 600A 61 Financial Accounting 1.5 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Brady, T Distance Learning 286 MBA 609A 61 SpTopics-Accounting 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MTWR 2:20 4:10 MH 109 Burrows, R Perm 288 MBA 611 61 Stat Decsn Analysis 1.5 05/14/12 06/23/12 T 6:00 9:15 AN 129 Gorman, M 6/7-7/23 502 MBA 617 61 Bus Process Improve 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 6:00 9:15 AN 130 Harrod, S 503 MBA 620A 61 Prin of Corp Fin Mgt 1.5 05/14/12 05/30/12 MW 6:00 9:15 1700 S2005 Mundew, L 505 MBA 620B 61 Prn Crp Invt&Ast Mgt 1.5 06/4/12 06/20/12 MW 6:00 9:15 1700 S2005 Mundew, L 291 MBA 630 61 Marketing Essentials 1.5 05/14/12 06/22/12 TBA WEB Pan, Y Perm Distance Learning 297 MBA 638 61 Product Planning Dev 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 6:00 9:15 1700 S2005 Durmusoglu, S 504 MBA 662A 61 Security Mgt Inf Sys 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 6:00 9:15 MH 207 Salisbury, W 506 MBA 793 61 Operational Effect 1.5 05/14/12 06/23/12 W 6:00 9:15 1700 S2060 Jacobs, M 507 MBA 794 61 Info Sys & Bus Dec 1.5 05/14/12 06/23/12 T 6:00 9:15 1700 S2006 Prasad, J 508 MBA 797 61 Marketing Management 1.5 05/14/12 06/23/12 R 6:00 9:15 1700 S2006 Dickey, I 2nd Session Summer 235 MBA 601A 81 Managerial Accounting 1.5 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Shankar, G Distance Learning 236 MBA 602B 81 Fraud Examination 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 6:00 9:15 MH 102 Greenlee, J 450 MBA 609A 81 ST:Fraud Exam II 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTR 2:00 4:15 MH 102 Greenlee, J 451 MBA 612 81 Mfg/Service Systems 1.5 06/25/12 08/3/12 M 6:00 9:15 MH 207 Hall, S 452 MBA 625 81 Investmnt&Fin Markts 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 6:00 9:15 1700 S2005 Wang, F 238 MBA 640 81 Microeconomic 1.5 06/25/12 07/16/12 MW 6:00 9:15 MH 106 Herzog, J 453 MBA 660 81 Informtn Tech&Systems 1.5 06/25/12 08/4/12 T 6:00 9:15 MH 101 Prasad, J Distance Learning 454 MBA 663 81 Mgt-Info Resources 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 6:00 9:15 MH 207 Wynn, D 455 MBA 791 81 Mdl&Anal for Bus Dec 1.5 06/25/12 08/4/12 W 6:00 9:15 1700 S2060 Dunne, E 456 MBA 796 81 Corporate Finance 1.5 06/25/12 08/4/12 T 6:00 9:15 1700 S2060 Mohan, N Full 3rd Term Summer 513 MBA 605B Z1 International Acctng 3.0 05/20/12 06/2/12 TBA ABRD Street, D London, England Perm SPE-500 806 MBA 605C Z2 Internatl Acc-IFRS 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Street, D Distance Learning Perm 821 MBA 605D Z3 Internatl Acc-IFRS 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Street, D Non-UD only Distance Learning Perm 516 MBA 609B Z1 Acc Indiv Research 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Burrows, R Perm 519 MBA 639 Z1 Sport Marketing 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Titlebaum, P Distance Learning Perm 5/18, 7/13 6-9 only, 1700 S2035 865 MBA 656 ZC Intrnatl Culture&Mgt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA ABRD Lau, T Perm-China Fees 822 MBA 668 Z1 Adv Website Dev 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W MH 101 Prasad, J 521 MBA 695 Z1 Individual Research 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Glynn, J Perm 522 MBA 695 Z2 Individual Research 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Glynn, J Perm 523 MBA 695 Z3 Individual Research 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Glynn, J Perm 524 MBA 695 Z4 Individual Research 4.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Glynn, J Perm 525 MBA 695 Z5 Individual Research 5.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Glynn, J Perm 526 MBA 695 Z6 Individual Research 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Glynn, J Perm 807 MBA 758 ZP Principled Organization 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Ulrich, L Distance Learning Perm 808 MBA 798 Z1 Strategic Stkhld Mgtmt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 6:00 9:15 1700 S2006 Gentner, J Perm 809 MBA 799 Z1 Capstone Integ Pjct 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 6:00 9:15 1700 S2006 Gentner, J Perm Meets only 5/14

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School of Education & Allied Professions Counselor Education  •  Dr. Molly Schaller  •  CH301  •  937-229-3644 1st Session Summer 58 EDC 522 61 Intro-Sch Couns 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2245 523 EDC 542 61 Crisis Prev/Intervn 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 R 4:30 7:45 1700 M2380 Davies, S Hybrid Distance Learning, face-to-face 60 EDC 543 61 Theories&Technq-Coun 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2380 61 EDC 545 61 Counslng Technq Lab 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 1700 M2380 Tilton, R 384 EDC 548 62 Cns Cldrn&Adlsnts K12 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 7:50 10:05 1700 M2380 Bernstein, E 63 EDC 574 61 Indep Study-Counslng 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 M 3:30 4:30 Schaller, M First mtg 5/14 then arrg 64 EDC 574 62 Indep Study-Counslng 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 M 3:30 4:30 Schaller, M First mtg 5/14 then arrg 65 EDC 574 63 Indep Study-Counslng 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 M 3:30 4:30 Schaller, M First mgt 5/14 then arrg 66 EDC 574 64 Ind Std Cns w/Cln Im 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 M 3:30 4:30 Schaller, M First mtg 5/14 then arrg 69 EDC 599 67 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 7:50 10:05 1700 M2440 Arndt, K 70 EDC 599 68 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 7:50 10:05 1700 M2440 Arndt, K Additional hours 403 EDC 599 69 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 6:45 1700 M2440 404 EDC 599 6X Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 6:45 1700 M2440 Additional hrs section 71 EDC 600 61 Culminating Seminar 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 M 4:30 7:45 1700 M2245 Meets 5/14 then arrg 385 EDC 605 61 Adv Counslng Skills 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 F 5:00 10:00 CH 315 Hall, S 5/18 & 19 S 8:30 5:00 CH 315 Hall, S 72 EDC 712 61 Intern/Sch Psych 5.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA OFF Bernstein, E Sch Psy only 73 EDC 712 62 Intern/Sch Psych 5.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA OFF Davies, S Sch Psy only 2nd Session Summer 27 EDC 529 81 Career Counseling 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2380 Hall, S Lab is required for School Counseling students admitted after Summer 2006. It is an elective for School Counseling students admitted before Summer 2006. 28 EDC 529L 81 Career Counslng Lab 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 3:30 4:25 1700 M2380 Hall, S 29 EDC 544 81 Phl,Prf,Et,Lg Asp-Cn 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 7:50 10:05 1700 M2380 Hall, A 30 EDC 568 81 Research/Eval/HS 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CPC 210 31 EDC 575 81 Coun Diverse Pop 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 7:00 10:15 1700 M2380 32 EDC 583 81 Thr&Tchnq-Grp Couns 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 1700 M2380 Hall, A 33 EDC 605 81 Spirituality in Couns 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 F 8:30 5:00 CH 315 Hall, S 7/13&14 S 5:00 10:30 CH 315 Hall, S 34 EDC 631 81 Diag-Emotnl&Mntl Dis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 1700 M2245 Crabill, B Full 3rd Term Summer 54 EDC 512 Z1 Cognitv Assm/Interv 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 4:30 7:45 1700 M2225 Fiori, B Sch Psy only SPE-75 55 EDC 513 Z1 Prac: Cog Assmt/Intr 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 7:50 9:00 1700 M2225 Fiori, B Sch Psy only SPE-75 141 EDC 553 Z1 Intern-Coll Std Pers 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 7:50 10:05 CH 208 Schaller, M ECP & EAH only First mtg 5/15 then arrg 142 EDC 560 Z1 Ldrs-Coll&Unv Envir 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 4:30 7:45 CH 208 Schaller, M ECP & EAH only 143 EDC 562 Z1 Learning Design 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 R 4:30 7:45 CH 208 Schaller, M ECP & EAH only 145 EDC 564 Z1 Practicum in Hghr Ed 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Schaller, M CSP & EAH only 600 EDC 569 Z1 Scholarly Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 3:30 4:25 CH 308 Schaller, M First mtg 5/14 then arrg ECP & EAH only 595 EDC 575 Z1 Coun Diverse Pop 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 4:30 7:45 CH 308 Arndt, K Perm T70-499 146 EDC 584 Z1 Practicum-Counsling 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 4:30 7:45 1700 M2300 547 EDC 593 Z1 Erly Chldhd Dev & As 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 4:30 7:45 1700 M2225 Weber, K Sch Psy only

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149 EDC 598 Z3 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 7:50 10:05 1700 M2300 150 EDC 598 Z4 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 7:50 10:05 1700 M2300 Additional hours section 151 EDC 599 Z1 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 4:30 6:45 1700 M2300 152 EDC 599 Z2 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 4:30 6:45 1700 M2300 Additional hours section 153 EDC 615 Z1 Sch Psy Culmin Sem 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 4:30 6:45 1700 M2225 Fiori, B Sch Psy only 156 EDC 700 Z1 Scholarly Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 3:30 4:25 CH 204 Demmitt, A First mtg 5/14 then arrg

Capital

1st Session Summer 106 EDC 501 61 Orientn to Sch Cous 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 W 7:05 10:05 CAP Visit www.capital.edu/ud for room assignments, parking & textbooks 107 EDC 543 62 Theories&Technq-Coun 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Hall, S 109 EDC 545 62 Counslng Technq Lab 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 CAP Ingraham, S 110 EDC 547 61 Cnsltn/Ldrshp Schls 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP 410 EDC 548 61 Cns Cldrn&Adlsnts K12 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 CAP Conrad, T Capital/Columbus 120 EDC 599 61 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 CAP Rowe, K 121 EDC 599 62 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 CAP Rowe, K Additional hours section 122 EDC 599 63 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 CAP Morgan, R 124 EDC 599 64 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 7:50 10:05 CAP Morgan, R Additional hours section 123 EDC 599 65 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 6:45 CAP Conrad, T 125 EDC 599 66 Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 6:45 CAP Conrad, T Additional hours section 551 EDC 599 6W Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 6:45 CAP Washburn, C Additional hrs section 550 EDC 599 6Y Internshp-Schl Couns 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 6:45 CAP Washburn, C 126 EDC 600 62 Culminating Seminar 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 T 3:30 4:30 CAP Ingraham, S Class meets 5/15 then arranged Comm Couns only 391 EDC 605 63 Professional Seminar 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 F 5:00 10:00 CAP S 8:30 5:00 CAP 132 EDC 623 62 Foundtns-Abnrml Psy 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Polanski, P 2nd Session Summer 468 EDC 522 82 Intro-Sch Couns 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 3:30 6:45 CAP Rowe, K Evening classes to be offered at Capital during the Summer Session 2 51 EDC 529 82 Career Counseling 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Berrios-Allison, A EDC529L is required for School Counseling students admitted after Summer 2006. It is an elective for School Counseling students admitted before Summer 2006. 52 EDC 529L 82 Career Counslng Lab 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 7:50 8:45 CAP Berrios-Allison, A 53 EDC 531 81 Pers&HumDvlpAcrssLfSp 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Gartner, V 257 EDC 544 82 Phl,Prf,Et,Lg Asp-Cn 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 F 5:00 10:00 CAP Stratman, M 54 EDC 546 81 Sch Cns Prg Dev/Impl 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 6:50 10:05 CAP Rowe, K 55 EDC 568 82 Research/Eval/HS 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP 56 EDC 575 82 Coun Diverse Pop 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 7:50 10:55 CAP 57 EDC 583 82 Thr&Tchnq-Grp Couns 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Conrad, T 260 EDC 605 82 Professional Seminar 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 F 5:00 10:00 CAP S 8:30 5:00 CAP 59 EDC 631 82 Diag-Emotnl&Mntl Dis 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Williams, G 60 EDC 635 81 Couples&Fmly Couns 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Demmitt, A Full 3rd Term Summer 180 EDC 574 Z1 Indep Study-Counslng 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 3:30 4:30 CAP Schaller, M First mtg 5/16 then arrg 181 EDC 574 Z2 Indep Study-Counslng 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 3:30 4:30 CAP Schaller, M First mtg 5/16 then arrg 182 EDC 574 Z3 Indep Study-Counslng 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 3:30 4:30 CAP Schaller, M First mtg 5/16 then arrg 183 EDC 574 Z4 Ind Std Cns w/Cln Im 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 3:30 4:30 CAP Schaller, M First mtg 5/16 then arrg 184 EDC 584 Z2 Practicum-Counsling 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 4:30 7:30 CAP 185 EDC 584 Z3 Practicum-Counsling 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 4:30 7:30 CAP 186 EDC 584 Z4 Practicum-Counsling 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 M 4:30 7:30 CAP

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187 EDC 598 Z5 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 7:50 10:05 CAP 188 EDC 598 Z6 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 7:50 10:05 CAP Additional hours section 189 EDC 598 Z7 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 R 7:50 10:05 CAP 190 EDC 598 Z8 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 R 7:50 10:05 CAP Additional hours section 191 EDC 598 Z9 Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 7:50 10:05 CAP 192 EDC 598 ZX Intern-Commnty Couns 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 7:50 10:05 CAP Additional hours section 548 EDC 600 Z1 Culminating Seminar 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 6:00 7:00 CAP Rowe, K Sch Cous only First mtg 5/17 then arrg 226 EDC 630 Z2 Evl-Emotnl&Mntl Cond 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 4:30 7:45 CAP Williams, G Must be admitted to PC program or perm of Dept 227 EDC 683 Z1 Trt-Mntl&Emotnl Dis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 R 4:30 7:45 CAP Williams, G 228 EDC 686 Z1 Couns & Addictions 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 R 4:30 7:45 CAP 229 EDC 700 Z2 Scholarly Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 R 3:30 4:30 CAP Demmitt, A First mtg 5/17 then arrg

Distance Learning

Full 3rd Term Summer 868 EDC 508 Z1 Thr Lrng/Hum Dev 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Bernstein, E Distance Learning 56 EDC 531 Z1 Pers&HumDvlpAcrssLfSp 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB LaSelle, N Distance Learning One face-to-face mtg 230 EDC 531 Z3 Pers&HumDvlpAcrssLfSp 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Hall, A Distance Learning 57 EDC 532 Z1 Psy-Ld & Othr Excpt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Hall, A Distance Learning 234 EDC 535 Z3 Tst Interp&Case Stud 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Oswalt, C Distance Learning Comm Couns only 144 EDC 563 Z1 Law/Ethics-Highr Ed 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Russo, C Distance Learning 154 EDC 630 Z1 Evl-Emotnl&Mntl Cond 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Davies, S Distance Learning One face-to-face mtg TBA 155 EDC 630 Z3 Evl-Emotnl&Mntl Cond 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Davies, S Distance Learning One face-to-face mtg TBA

Doctor of Physical Therapy  •  Dr. Phillip Anloague  •  CPC207  •  937-229-5600 1st Session Summer 14 DPT 843 61 Clinical Science IV 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 R 9:00 1:00 CPC 207L Gallivan, S Glenn, T 15 DPT 847 61 Maturatn Science II 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 M 9:00 11:30 CPC 207L Donahoe-Fillmore, B and CPC220E 411 DPT 951 61 Clinical I 5.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Gallivan, S 401 DPT 953 61 Clinical III 5.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA 16 DPT 962 61 Pathology Gen Med II 1.5 05/14/12 06/23/12 TF 9:00 11:30 CPC 220E Merriman, H and CPC220B, 220D and C207L 17 DPT 972 61 Skills Lb Gen Med II 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 3:00 6:00 CPC 207L Merriman, H W 1:00 4:00 CPC 207L Merriman, H 18 DPT 982 61 Seminar Gen Med II 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 W 9:00 12:00 CPC 220D Merriman, H 2nd Session Summer 2 DPT 951 81 Clinical I 5.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWRF OFF Gallivan, S 284 DPT 953 81 Clinical III 5.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Full 3rd Term Summer 25 DPT 953 Z1 Clinical III 10.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MTWRF OFF Gallivan, S

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Doctoral Studies  •  Dr. Will Place  •  CH207  •  937-229-4003

1st Session Summer EDU919 offered for 1-4 sem hrs w/permission. Call 937-229-4003 before registering. 188 EDU 919 61 Independent Study 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Place, A 191 EDU 922 61 Orgznl Chng & Develop 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:00 7:15 CH 208 Kowalski, T 2nd Session Summer 142 EDU 808 81 Ideas-Shaped Am Ed 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 204 Lasley, T 143 EDU 908 81 Ideas-Shpe America 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 204 Lasley, T EDU919 offered for 1-4 sem hrs w/permission. Call 937-229-4003 before registering. 144 EDU 919 8P Independent Study 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Place, A Full 3rd Term Summer 322 EDU 904 Z1 Dissertation 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Place, A 323 EDU 904 Z2 Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Place, A 324 EDU 904 Z3 Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Place, A 325 EDU 904 Z4 Dissertation 4.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Place, A EDU919 offered for 1-4 sem hrs w/permission. Call 937-229-4003 before registering. 326 EDU 919 ZP Independent Study 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Place, A Full 3rd Term Summer 748 EDU 841 Z1 Hst, Phl & Crr Hghr Ed 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Russo, C Distance Learning 749 EDU 941 Z1 Hst, Phl & Crr Hghr Ed 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Russo, C Distance Learning

Educational Leadership  •  Dr. David Dolph  •  CH324  •  937-229-3737 1st Session Summer 387 EDA 557 61 School Finance 481 EDA 611 61 Assess&Instr/Sch Imp 273 EDA 654 61 School Finance 275 EDA 711 61 Curr Devlp&Ldrshp 276 EDA 761 61 Distr Level Leadrshp 277 EDA 811 61 Curr Devlp&Ldrshp 483 EDA 852 61 Assess&Instr Sch Impr 278 EDA 861 61 Distr Level Leadrshp

3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 1700 M2320 De Luca, B Public Edu only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2300 Grant, S Public Edu only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 1700 M2320 De Luca, B Public Edu only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 Young, P Public Educ only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2320 Russo, C Public Edu only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 Young, P Public Edu only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2300 Grant, S Public Edu only 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2320 Russo, C Public Edu only

1st Session Summer Graduate courses at Capital University, 1 College and Main, Columbus, Ohi, 43209-239. For registration and advising, contact Ms. Janice Keivel at jkeivel1@udayton.edu or 1-800-259-8710 , option 2 or (937) 229-3755. Online courses including EDA507 and EDA607 are available and listed in EDA listings as well as in the separate Distance Learning section. Books for EDA courses myabe ordered online at http://bookstore.udayton.edu or by calling 1-800-543-4825. 264 EDA 509 62 Supervisn&Prof Dvlp 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 482 EDA 551 62 Research 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 267 EDA 655 62 Principalship 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Place, A Public Edu only 268 EDA 711 62 Curr Devlp&Ldrshp 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP 270 EDA 761 62 Distr Level Leadrshp 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP 269 EDA 811 62 Curr Devlp&Ldrshp 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 271 EDA 861 62 Distr Level Leadrshp 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only

2nd Session Summer 206 EDA 505 81 Educational Leadrshp 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 1:30 4:15 Public Edu only 207 EDA 509 81 Supervisn&Prof Dvlp 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 1700 M2320 Public Edu only Graduate courses at Capital University, 1 College and Main, Columbus, Ohi, 43209-239. For registration and advising, contact Ms. Janice Keivel at jkeivel1@udayton.edu or 1-800-259-8710 , option 2 or (937) 229-3755. Online courses including EDA507 and EDA607 are available and listed in EDA listings as well as in the separate Distance Learning section. Books for EDA courses myabe ordered online at http://bookstore.udayton.edu or by calling 1-800-543-4825. 208 EDA 510 81 Instructional Ldrshp 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 1700 M2320 Public Edu only 210 EDA 515 81 School Law 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 1:30 4:15 Public Edu only 471 EDA 515 82 School Law 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 Cath Educ only

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431 EDA 551 81 Research 434 EDA 555 81 Cmmnty Rel-Sch Ldrs 212 EDA 556 81 Ldrshp-Divrs Comm 435 EDA 626 81 Staff Personnel

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

7:45 1700 M2300 Ridenour, C 4:15 7:45 Oldenski, T 7:45 1700 M2245 Place, A

2nd Session Summer 219 EDA 510 82 Instructional Ldrshp 220 EDA 511 82 Curriculum 297 EDA 515 83 School Law 221 EDA 556 82 Ldrshp-Divrs Comm 222 EDA 557 82 School Finance 223 EDA 611 82 Assess&Instr/Sch Imp 224 EDA 654 82 School Finance 225 EDA 762 82 Plcy,Poltcs&Dcs Mkg 226 EDA 852 82 Assess&Instr Sch Impr 227 EDA 862 82 Plcy,Poltcs&Dsc Mkg

3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 1:30 4:15 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 1:30 4:15 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CAP Place, A Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 1:30 4:15 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 1:30 4:15 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CAP Public Edu only

Public Edu only Catholic Educators only Catholic Educators only Public Edu only

Distance Learning 2nd Session Summer 214 EDA 762 81 Plcy,Poltcs&Dcs Mkg 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Kowalski, T Distance Learning 6 weeks Public Edu only 216 EDA 862 81 Plcy,Poltcs&Dsc Mkg 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Kowalski, T Distance Learning 6 weeks Public Edu only Full 3rd Term Summer 632 EDA 505 ZA Educational Leadrshp 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Young, P Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 771 EDA 505 ZD Educational Leadrshp 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Cavucci, L Distance Learning Cath Sch Edu Only 455 EDA 507 ZA Internship I 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Ilg, T Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 467 EDA 507 ZD Internship I 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Massucci, J Distance Learning Cath Sch Edu Only 772 EDA 509 ZA Supervisn&Prof Dvlp 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Ilg, T Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 773 EDA 509 ZD Supervisn&Prof Dvlp 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Dispenzieri, M Distance Learning Cath Sch Edu Only 614 EDA 509 ZZ Supervisn&Prof Dvlp 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Dispenzieri, M Distance Learning Trinidad 6 by Perm 471 EDA 551 ZZ Research 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Cavucci, L Distance Learning Trinidad 5 by Perm 610 EDA 556 ZA Ldrshp-Divrs Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Grant, S Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 774 EDA 556 ZD Ldrshp-Divrs Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Zukowski, A Distance Learning Cath Sch Edu Only 1039 EDA 556 ZZ Ldrshp-Divrs Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Zukowski, A Distance Learning Trinidad Only 775 EDA 557 ZA School Finance 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 776 EDA 557 ZD School Finance 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Compagnone, N Distance Learning Cath Sch Edu Only 463 EDA 607 ZA Internship II 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Ilg, T Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 861 EDA 614 Z1 Educational Issues 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF NCEA Conference Credit 464 EDA 626 ZA Staff Personnel 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Madak, P Distance Learning Public Sch Edu Only 611 EDA 655 ZZ Principalship 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Bowman, L Distance Learning Trinidad By Perm

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3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Raisch, C 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Raisch, C

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Distance Learning Distance Learning

Health & Sport Science  •  Dr. Lloyd Laubach  •  TF40  •  937-229-4225 1st Session Summer 491 HSS 550 61 Physio Resp-Exercise 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TR 6:00 8:30 TF 51 Linderman, J 3 HSS 575 61 Ind Std-Phy Ed/Sp Sc 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 4 HSS 575 62 Ind Std-Phy Ed/Sp Sc 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 5 HSS 575 63 Ind Std-Phy Ed/Sp Sc 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 6 HSS 575 64 Ind Std-Phy Ed/Sp Sc 4.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 7 HSS 582 61 Intrnshp-Sport Sci 4.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 8 HSS 591 61 Research Project 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 9 HSS 591 62 Research Project 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 10 HSS 591 63 Research Project 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 11 HSS 591 64 Research Project 4.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 12 HSS 591 65 Research Project 5.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L 13 HSS 591 66 Research Project 6.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA TF 40 Laubach, L

Teacher Education  •  Dr. Connie Bowman  •  CH112  •  937-229-3346 1st Session Summer 86 EDT 500 61 Models of Teaching 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 204 Mitter, M 436 EDT 515 61 Inf/Tod Dvlpmt Prac 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA BC Ilic-Downing, L 88 EDT 517 61 E C Sem/Med&Hlth Iss 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 6:40 BC Baldwin, J 89 EDT 519 61 Soc Std 4&5 Grade 3.0 06/11/12 06/15/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 OFF White, J Carillon Park & Patterson Homestead 375 EDT 523 61 Math 4&5 Grade 3.0 06/18/12 06/22/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 1700 M2265 Herrelko, J 90 EDT 528 61 Intrn Trnsds ECE 3-5 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA OFF Baldwin, J SPE-212 548 EDT 532G 61 MC LA 4-6 Gen Meth 3.0 06/18/12 06/22/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 1700 Frank, D 526 EDT 533G 61 MC Math 4-6 Gen Meth 3.0 06/18/12 06/22/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 1700 M2265 Herrelko, J Carillon Park & Patterson Homestead 527 EDT 535G 61 MC SocS 4-6 Gen Meth 3.0 06/11/12 06/15/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 OFF White, J Carillon Park & Patterson Homestead 91 EDT 571 61 Lng Dvlp&Emergnt Lit 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 322 Coovert, K 95 EDT 587 61 Stdnt Tchng Mild.Mod 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA OFF SPE-52 97 EDT 589 61 Std Tchg:Mild/Mod 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA OFF SPE-300 103 EDT 658 61 Indivdl Stdy-Tchng 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Call 229-3346 104 EDT 658 62 Indivdl Stdy-Tchng 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Call 229-3346 105 EDT 658 63 Indivdl Stdy-Tchng 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA Call 229-3346 127 EDT 659 61 Curr Topics-Tchng 1.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA 129 EDT 659 62 Curr Topics-Tchng 2.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA 130 EDT 659 63 Curr Topics-Tchng 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA 2nd Session Summer 64 EDT 500 81 Models of Teaching 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 322 Mitter, M Lalanne only 65 EDT 500 82 Models of Teaching 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 322 Mitter, M 66 EDT 502 81 Philosphcl Study-Edu 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 1:00 4:15 CH 322 Mullins, M 67 EDT 507 81 Profession of Tchng 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:45 CH 204 Talbert-Johnson, C Evidence of BCI/FBI in the past 12 mths req 261 EDT 507L 81 Prof of Teaching Lab 0.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Talbert-Johnson, C Evidence of BCI/FBI in the past 12 mths req 262 EDT 507L 82 Prof of Teaching Lab 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Talbert-Johnson, C Evidence of BCI/FBI in the past 12 mths req 68 EDT 508 81 Thr Lrng&Hum Dev 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 323 Mullins, M 69 EDT 508 82 Thr Lrng&Hum Dev 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 323 Mullins, M Lalanne only 70 EDT 511 81 Ingrtd Curric ECE 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTW 1:00 4:00 BC Evidence of BCI/FBI in the past 12 mths req

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71 EDT 512 81 Summer Play Inst 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTW 9:00 12:00 BC Evidence of BCI/FBI in the past 12 mths req 474 EDT 515 81 Inf/Tod Dvlpmt Prac 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA BC Ilic-Downing, L 73 EDT 524 81 Science 4&5 Grades 3.0 06/25/12 06/29/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 OFF Hunn, D Aullwood Center Prj WET fee Bring bag lunch No text/ad cost 338 EDT 527 81 Studnt Tchng: K-Prim 5.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Comingore, J SPE-212 74 EDT 528 81 Intrn Trnsds ECE 3-5 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Baldwin, J SPE-212 467 EDT 534G 81 MC Sci 4-6 Gen Meth 3.0 06/25/12 06/29/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 OFF Hunn, D Aullwood Center Bring bag lunch No text/ad cost SPE-25 75 EDT 573 81 Collbrtng W/Fam-Agnc 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:45 CH 322 77 EDT 602 81 Crtl Rdg-Cntnt Areas 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 208 Coovert, K 78 EDT 602 82 Crtl Rdg-Cntnt Areas 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:45 CH 208 Coovert, K Lalanne only 80 EDT 658 81 Indivdl Stdy-Tchng 1.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Call 229-3346 81 EDT 658 82 Indivdl Stdy-Tchng 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Call 229-3346 82 EDT 658 83 Indivdl Stdy-Tchng 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Call 229-3346 83 EDT 659 81 Sem:Urban Teaching 1.0 06/25/12 06/28/12 MTWR 9:00 12:15 CH 322 Nenonene, R 84 EDT 659 82 Curr Topics-Tchng 2.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA 85 EDT 659 83 Engr Innovatn & Des 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWRF 8:30 4:00 Pinnell, M TGG-250 86 EDT 660 81 Intro to Ed Research 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MW 1:00 4:15 CH 322 Lalanne only 87 EDT 660 82 Intro to Ed Research 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TR 1:00 4:15 CH 322 Full 3rd Term Summer 219 EDT 662 Z1 Thesis 2.0 TBA Call 937-229-3346 220 EDT 663 Z1 Thesis 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Call 937-229-3346 727 EDT 663 Z2 Thesis 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA

Distance Learning 1st Session Summer 521 EDT 574 61 Behavior Management 99 EDT 629 61 Cognition Learn&Tech 100 EDT 630 61 Multimedia Productn 101 EDT 634 61 Bcm Eff Bldg Tech Ld 102 EDT 650 61 Prf Dev-Teach Ldrs

3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Talbert-Johnson, C Distance Learning 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Rowley, J Distance Learning 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Arnold, J Distance Learning 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Rowley, J Distance Learning 3.0 05/14/12 06/23/12 TBA WEB Rowley, J Distance Learning

2nd Session Summer 79 EDT 633 81 Web Design/Develop 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Distance Learning TGE-499 Full 3rd Term Summer 200 EDT 500 Z1 Models of Teaching 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Nenonene, R Distance Learning 201 EDT 502 Z1 Philosphcl Study-Edu 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Mullins, M Distance Learning 662 EDT 502 Z2 Philosphcl Study-Edu 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Mullins, M Distance Learning 202 EDT 561E Z1 SptQltyClminsElyCrEd 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Smith, A Distance Learning ECE Leadership & Advocacy 203 EDT 561EL Z1 SptQltyClminsElyCrEd 0.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Smith, A Distance Learning ECE Leadership & Advocacy 221 EDT 563E Z1 MngFncsMktErlyCareEd 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Engelhardt, E Distance Learning ECE Leadership & Advocacy 223 EDT 563EL Z1 MngFncsMktErlyCrEdLb 0.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Engelhardt, E Distance Learning 711 EDT 565E Z1 ECL Internship Sem 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Smith, A Distance Learning 703 EDT 572 ZT Intro Ed Mld/Mod Nds 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Scheuermann, G Distance Learning Cohort 11 TGE-200

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208 EDT 573 Z1 Collbrtng W/Fam-Agnc 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Scheuermann, G Distance Learning 813 EDT 600 ZT Reading Methods 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Arnold, J Distance Learning Cohort TEL 1 209 EDT 601 Z1 Phonics 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Sableski, M Distance Learning 705 EDT 601 ZT Phonics 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Sableski, M Distance Learning Cohort 11 814 EDT 602 ZT Crtl Rdg-Cntnt Areas 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Meyer, M Distance Learning Cohort 11 TGE-200 211 EDT 603 Z1 Found of Literacy 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Arnold, J Distance Learning 213 EDT 605 Z1 Adv Stdy-Rdg-Lng Art 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Coovert, K Distance Learning 214 EDT 606 Z1 Assess&Eval /Rd Diff 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Sableski, M Distance Learning 216 EDT 609 Z1 Iss,Trnds&Res in Rdg 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Arnold, J Distance Learning 217 EDT 609 Z2 Iss,Trnds&Res in Rdg 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Arnold, J Distance Learning Lalanne only 218 EDT 660 Z1 Intro to Ed Research 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Hunn, D Distance Learning

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School of Engineering Aerospace Engineering  •  Dr. Kelly Kissock  •  KL361  •  937-229-2835 Full 3rd Term Summer 76 AEE 501 Z1 Adv Aerodynamics I 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 2:00 3:30 KL 382 Rumpfkeil, M 77 AEE 502 Z1 Adv Aerodynamics II 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 6:00 KL 223 Reynolds, T 106 AEE 524 Z1 Electrochemical Powr 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 KL 221 Kumar, B Dual w/MEE524 789 AEE 554 Z1 Transonic Aerodynmcs 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 KL 223 Camberos, J 81 AEE 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 82 AEE 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 83 AEE 599 Z3 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 84 AEE 599 Z4 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 85 AEE 699 Z1 PHD Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 86 AEE 699 Z2 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 87 AEE 699 Z3 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 88 AEE 699 Z4 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 89 AEE 699 Z5 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J

Bioengineering  •  Dr. Robert Wilkens  •  KL445  •  937-229-2627 Full 3rd Term Summer 176 BIE 507 ZN Bioengr Exp Tech 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Reid, J 869 BIE 533 ZN Biofuel 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 2:00 3:30 KL 221 Ciric, A 178 BIE 595 Z1 SP:Biomaterials 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 12:00 1:30 KL 221 Pinnell, M 530 BIE 598 Z1 Capstone Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Wilkens, R 531 BIE 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Wilkens, R 816 BIE 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Wilkens, R 870 BIE 599 Z3 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Wilkens, R 871 BIE 599 Z4 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Wilkens, R

Civil Engineering  •  Dr. Donald Chase  •  KL422  •  937-229-3847 2nd Session Summer 305 CEE 595 81 SP:Planning Methods 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 MTWR 1:00 2:35 KL 405 Eustace, D Full 3rd Term Summer 351 CEE 598 Z1 Project 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chase, D 352 CEE 598 Z2 Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chase, D 353 CEE 598 Z3 Project 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chase, D 354 CEE 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chase, D 355 CEE 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chase, D

Chemical Engineering  •  Dr. Robert Wilkens  •  KL445  •  937-229-2627 Full 3rd Term Summer 244 CME 527 ZN Methds-Polymer Analy 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 4:30 7:30 KL 401 Klosterman, D On campus & Distance Learning 818 CME 532 ZN Chem Product Design 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 T 6:15 9:35 KL 403 Myers, K 874 CME 533 ZN Biofuel 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 2:00 3:30 KL 221 Ciric, A 651 CME 565 Z1 Fund of Combustion 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 6:15 7:30 KL 402 Sandhu, S 875 CME 574 ZN Air Pollutn I 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 2:40 4:20 KL 403 Sandhu, S 248 CME 595 Z1 SP:Polymer Engr 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 2:40 4:20 KL 403 Fried, J 250 CME 595 Z2 SP: Biomaterials 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 12:00 1:30 KL 221 Pinnell, M 702 CME 595 Z3 Special Problems 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:10 KL 403 Wilkens, R 251 CME 595 Z4 Special Problems 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Wilkens, R 252 CME 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Wilkens, R 253 CME 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Wilkens, R

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CME 599 Z3 Thesis CME 599 Z4 Thesis

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3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Wilkens, R 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA OFF Wilkens, R

Electrical & Computer Engineering  •  Dr. Guru Subramanyam  •  KL341  •  937-229-3611 2nd Session Summer 342 ECE 595 Z8 Multcore Archtecturs 3.0 06/25/12 08/4/12 TBA Taha, T Full 3rd Term Summer 792 ECE 501 Z1 Contmp Digital Sys 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 6:10 7:40 KL 304 Barrera, R 794 ECE 509 Z1 Analy-Linear Systms 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 6:10 7:40 KL 204 Ordonez, R 402 ECE 572 Z1 Lin Sys&Fourier Opt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 3:00 4:30 KL 224 Loomis, J Cross taught w/EOP 513 403 ECE 581 Z1 Nanoelctronics 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:35 6:05 KL 204 Guliants, E Cross taught w/MAT 581 797 ECE 595 Z1 MEMS 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 3:00 4:30 KL 224 Dual listed w/ECE 499 Z1 631 ECE 595 Z2 Thin Film Devices 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:35 6:05 KL 224 Sarangan, A Dual listed w/ECE 499 Z2 635 ECE 595 Z3 Satellite Comm 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:35 6:05 KL 204 Chatterjee, M 405 ECE 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Balster, E 406 ECE 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Balster, E 407 ECE 599 Z3 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chatterjee, M 408 ECE 599 Z4 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chatterjee, M 409 ECE 599 Z5 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hardie, R 410 ECE 599 Z6 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hardie, R 411 ECE 599 Z7 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Loomis, J 533 ECE 599 Z8 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Loomis, J 412 ECE 599 Z9 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Ordonez, R 413 ECE 599 ZA Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Ordonez, R 414 ECE 599 ZD Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Penno, R 415 ECE 599 ZE Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Penno, R 416 ECE 599 ZF Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Scarpino, F 417 ECE 599 ZG Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Scarpino, F 418 ECE 599 ZH Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Taha, T 419 ECE 599 ZI Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Taha, T 420 ECE 599 ZJ Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Subramanyam, G 421 ECE 599 ZK Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Subramanyam, G 422 ECE 599 ZL Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Weber, J 423 ECE 599 ZM Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Weber, J 424 ECE 599 ZP Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Banerjee, P 425 ECE 599 ZQ Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Banerjee, P 426 ECE 599 ZS Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hirakawa, K 427 ECE 599 ZT Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hirakawa, K 819 ECE 599 ZU Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Asari, V 820 ECE 599 ZV Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Asari, V 428 ECE 682 Z1 Nano-Fabricatns Lab 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 3:00 4:30 SC 21 Sarangan, A Cross taught w/EOP632 SPE-300 429 ECE 699 Z1 PHD Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hardie, R 430 ECE 699 Z2 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Banerjee, P 431 ECE 699 Z3 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chatterjee, M 432 ECE 699 Z4 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Chatterjee, M 433 ECE 699 Z5 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hardie, R 534 ECE 699 Z6 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Hardie, R 435 ECE 699 Z7 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Loomis, J 436 ECE 699 Z8 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Loomis, J 437 ECE 699 Z9 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Ordonez, R 438 ECE 699 ZA PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Ordonez, R 439 ECE 699 ZB PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Balster, E 440 ECE 699 ZC PHD Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Penno, R 441 ECE 699 ZD PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Penno, R

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PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation PHD Dissertation

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08/4/12 TBA Penno, R 08/4/12 TBA Scarpino, F 08/4/12 TBA Scarpino, F 08/4/12 TBA Taha, T 08/4/12 TBA Taha, T 08/4/12 TBA Subramanyam, G 08/4/12 TBA Subramanyam, G 08/4/12 TBA Weber, J 08/4/12 TBA Weber, J 08/4/12 TBA Banerjee, P 08/4/12 TBA Hirakawa, K 08/4/12 TBA Hirakawa, K 08/4/12 TBA Asari, V 08/4/12 TBA Asari, V 08/4/12 TBA Asari, V 08/4/12 TBA Asari, V

Engineering Management  •  Dr. Patrick Sweeney  •  KL365  •  937-229-2238 Full 3rd Term Summer 489 ENM 500 Z1 Prob & Stat/Engr 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 11:30 1:00 KL 304 Deep, R On campus & Distance Learning 490 ENM 503 Z1 Engr Analyses 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Ebeling, C On campus & Distance Learning 501 ENM 505 Z1 Mgt of Engr Systms 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 11:30 1:00 KL 204 Deep, R On campus & Distance Learning 502 ENM 515 Z1 Human Factors Engr 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 6:10 7:40 KL 304 Thal, A On Campus & Distance Learning 503 ENM 539 Z1 Sys Engr/Prjct Mgmt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 KL 304 Thal, A On campus & Distance Learning 504 ENM 582 Z1 Engr Organizatnl Dev 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 6:00 KL 304 Deep, R On campus & Distance Learning 505 ENM 590 Z1 Case Stds-Engr Mgt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Ebeling, C 506 ENM 595 Z1 SP: Engr Mgt 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Sweeney, P 507 ENM 595 Z2 SP: Engr Mgt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Sweeney, P

Management Science Full 3rd Term Summer 508 MSC 521 Z1 Intro to OPS Rsrch 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 11:30 1:00 KL 304 Ebeling, C On campus & Distance Learning 509 MSC 535 Z1 App Oper Res/Mgt Sci 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Deep, R 510 MSC 572 Z1 System Simulation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 11:30 1:00 KL 204 Mykytka, E On campus & Distance Learning 511 MSC 595 Z1 Current Problems 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Sweeney, P 512 MSC 595 Z2 Current Problems 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Sweeney, P

Electro-Optics  •  Dr. Joseph Haus  •  CPC572  •  937-229-2797 Full 3rd Term Summer 2 EOP 513 Z1 Lin Sys&Fourier Opt 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 3:00 4:30 KL 224 Loomis, J Book required Cross taught w/ECE572 11 EOP 599 Z1 Thesis 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA CPC 572 Haus, J 12 EOP 599 Z2 Thesis 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA CPC 572 Haus, J 13 EOP 599 Z3 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA CPC 572 Haus, J 14 EOP 599 ZP Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA CPC 572 Haus, J 5 EOP 601 Z1 Optical Design 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 KL 224 Loomis, J

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15 EOP 699 Z1 16 EOP 699 Z2 17 EOP 699 Z3 18 EOP 699 Z4 19 EOP 699 Z5 20 EOP 699 Z6 21 EOP 699 Z7 22 EOP 699 Z8 23 EOP 699 ZS

Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation Dissertation

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INSTRUCTOR REMARKS

CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J CPC 572 Haus, J

Materials Engineering  •  Dr. Daniel Eylon  •  KL407  •  937-229-2679 Full 3rd Term Summer 58 MAT 507 Z1 Intro-Ceramic Matrls 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 5:55 KL 405 Kramer, D 59 MAT 521 Z1 NDE/SHM 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 7:30 KL 312 Meyendorf, N 60 MAT 527 Z1 Methds-Polymer Analy 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 W 4:30 7:30 KL 401 Klosterman, D Dual listed w/CME 763 MAT 577 Z1 Lght Structrl Metals 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 11:30 1:00 WPAT Eylon, D 62 MAT 581 Z1 Nanoelectronics 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 KL 304 Guliants, E Dual listed W/ECE 140 MAT 590 Z1 Selected Readings 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 63 MAT 595 Z1 Special Problems 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 64 MAT 595 Z2 Intr Aer & Engr A1 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA GE Eylon, D General Electric 65 MAT 595 Z3 Intro Aer & Engr A2 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA GE Eylon, D General Electric 66 MAT 595 Z4 Aer Str Mat 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA GE Eylon, D General Electric 67 MAT 595 Z5 Nano Characterizatn 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 7:30 KL 312 Meyendorf, N 764 MAT 595 Z6 Protective Coatings 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 11:30 1:00 WPAT Voevodin, A 68 MAT 599 Z1 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 69 MAT 599 Z2 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 70 MAT 699 Z1 PHD Dissertation 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 71 MAT 699 Z2 PHD Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 72 MAT 699 Z3 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 73 MAT 699 Z4 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 74 MAT 699 Z5 PHD Dissertation 9.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D 75 MAT 699 Z6 PHD Dissertation 12.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Eylon, D

Mechanical Engineering  •  Dr. Kelly Kissock  •  KL361  •  937-229-2835 Full 3rd Term Summer 105 MEE 524 Z1 Electrochemical Pwer 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TR 4:30 6:00 KL 221 Kumar, B Dual w/AEE524 107 MEE 537 Z1 Mechatronics 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 F 1:00 3:30 CPC 550 Erdahl, D 108 MEE 550 Z2 Mech Engr Project 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 112 MEE 590 Z2 SR:Biomaterials 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 12:00 1:30 KL 221 Pinnell, M 113 MEE 590 Z3 SR:Biomaterials 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Pinnell, M Distance Learning 604 MEE 590 Z5 Bldg Enrgy Infrmtcs 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 6:00 KL 221 Hallinan, K 605 MEE 590 Z6 Bldg Enrgy Infrmtcs 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Hallinan, K Distance Learning 719 MEE 590 ZB Mechatronics II 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 F 1:00 3:30 CPC 550 Erdahl, D 795 MEE 590 ZC Sustainable Engr Sys 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WEB Brecha, R Distance Learning 793 MEE 590 ZD Adv Machine Design 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 MW 4:30 6:00 KL 382 Jain, V 124 MEE 599 Z1 Thesis 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 125 MEE 599 Z2 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 126 MEE 599 Z3 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 127 MEE 599 Z4 Thesis 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Ervin, J 128 MEE 599 Z5 Thesis 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 129 MEE 699 Z1 PHD Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 130 MEE 699 Z2 PHD Dissertation 2.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 131 MEE 699 Z3 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 132 MEE 699 Z4 PHD Dissertation 3.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 133 MEE 699 Z5 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J 134 MEE 699 Z6 PHD Dissertation 6.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 135 MEE 699 Z8 PHD Dissertation 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA WPAT Kissock, J 136 MEE 699 Z9 PHD Dissertation 1.0 05/14/12 08/4/12 TBA Kissock, J

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137 MEE 699 ZA PHD Dissertation 138 MEE 699 ZP PHD Dissertation 139 MEE 699 ZQ PHD Dissertation

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Graduate program in theology and ministry Summer 2012 Online Courses—May 14 –June 23 1 & 2 Week Courses—June 25 – July 6

Department of Religious Studies— The University of Dayton Greetings! — Would you like to pursue a Master’s degree in Theological Studies or Pastoral Ministry but can only attend classes in the summer? — Do you consider yourself a life-long learner, interested in exploring questions in theology and spirituality? — Are you pastorally engaged, interested in augmenting your professional skills?   If so, we invite you to join us for our Summer 2012 Graduate Program in Theological Studies and Pastoral Ministry. Our Summer Program provides challenging and engaging one and two week courses that furnish a strong theological foundation, opportunity for personal reflection, and intellectual engagement in the context of a friendly and vibrant community.   In the following pages you will find information on the courses we are offering this summer, the application process for graduate studies, as well as important specifics on Discounted Summer Tuition, Assistantships/Scholarships and Affordable Housing.   We hope you will be able to join us. For further information, application forms, and registration forms, please write us, call us, or visit our Web site. We look forward to your arrival on campus and your contributions to our community of theological and ministerial exploration. Sandra Yocum, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Chair Anthony Smith Associate Professor and Director of Religious Studies Graduate Program Department of Religious Studies University of Dayton Dayton, OH 45469-1530 Phone: 937-229-4321 Fax: 937-229-4330 http://www.udayton.edu/artssciences/religiousstudies DISCOUNTED SUMMER TUITION $363.00 per semester hour for credit — a 50% discount! $182.00 per semester hour for audit or CEU. Applies to all participants.

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Assistantships and Scholarships • Full time students are eligible to apply for gradu ate assistantships during the regular academic year (fall and winter). Assistant ships in the Department of Religious Studies cover tuition remission for 18 semester hours per year and offer a modest stipend. Assistantships are also available in Campus Ministry, The International Marian Research Institute, and The Institute for Pastoral Initiatives. Ordi- narily, graduate assistants can complete the M.A. program in two academic years. • Partial scholarships are available for degree seeking graduate students regis tered full time in the summer program.   For information, call 937-229-4321 or visit the home page of the Department of Religious Studies at http://www.udayton.edu/ artssciences/religiousstudies


Graduate program in RELIGIOUS STUDIES M.A. in Theological Studies   This program provides a strong theological foundation for students interested in pursuing further graduate work or for those students who wish to deepen the theological grounding of their ministries. Students will develop an understanding of biblical sources, historical developments, and contemporary issues in theology and morality, especially in the Roman Catholic tradition. The program may be completed in one of three ways: (1) 36 hours of course work with the submission of a research paper completed as part of one of their courses; this paper will be reviewed by a member of the faculty who did not teach the course for which the paper was originally submitted; (2) 33 hours of course work with a 3 hour project reviewed by a faculty committee; or (3) 30 hours of course work with a 6 hour thesis, evaluated by a faculty committee and defended orally.

M.A. in Pastoral Ministry   This program helps the student to prepare for a variety of ministries in the contemporary Church. It prepares people for positions in catechesis and religious education, and in family, parochial, and campus ministry. The program has three parts: (1) theological foundation (12– 15 hours); (2) basic principles for effective ministry (3 – 9 hours); and (3) practice and study of specific ministries, with opportunity for a practicum.

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Ph.D. in Theology   The Department of Religious Studies is delighted to announce a Ph.D. in Theology focusing on the U.S. Catholic Experience. Graduates of the program will have the ability to do rigorous theological research via the program’s distinctive integration of methodologies in particular, strong interaction with the social sciences with a focus on theology developed from discovering, analyzing, understanding, and proposing creative transformations in the practices/ praxis of Catholicism as it is multiply inculturated in the United States. The program requires 90 hours beyond the B.A., including comprehensive exams in biblical studies, historical theology, theology and ethics, and the students’ dissertation area; appropriate research languages and skills; and up to 30 dissertation hours.   Both M.A. programs require 36 semester hours and a GPA of 3.0 for graduation. The degree may be completed in the summer terms only or throughout the year, ordinarily within seven years of matriculation. Although there is no language requirement, language proficiency is particularly recommended for those preparing for the Ph.D. Students may take courses in the International Marian Research Institute (including a concentration in Marian Studies) and use their world-renowned library.   For more information on the M.A. in Theological Studies or Pastoral Ministry, and the Ph.D. in Theology please contact the Department of Religious Studies.

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DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES Summer 2012 Courses in Theological Studies and Pastoral Ministry REL 500A– 61

RESEARCH METHODS Web: 5/14/12 – 6/23/12 Ramon Luzarraga, Ph.D.   This required course introduces students to the methods and tools of research and writing in theology. 1 sem. hr.

REL 500B –61

Foundations of biblical studies Web: 5/14/12 – 6/23/12

REL 540 – 81

Pamela Thimmes, Ph.D.

ECCLESIOLOGY — hope in the 21st CENTURY

  This required course focuses on critical reading and discussion of representative texts from the field of biblical studies to introduce content and methods at a master’s level. Passing a final examination completes the requirement. 2 sem. hrs.

REL 500D – 61

FOUNDATIONS OF SYSTEMATIC AND MORAL THEOLOGY Web: 5/14/12 – 6/23/12 Ramon Luzarraga, Ph.D.   This required course focuses on critical reading and discussion of representative texts from the related fields of systematic and moral theology to introduce content and methods at a master’s level. Passing a final examination completes the requirement. 2 sem. hrs.

REL 528 – 81

U.S. CATHOLICISM HM344: 6/25/12 –7/6/12 Joseph Jacobs, Ph.D.   Examination of the experiences and contributions of the people who formed the Catholic Church in the United States. A focus on the influence

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of Catholicism on American culture, politics, intellectual life, education, and religion and an investigation of how Catholic faith has informed the attitudes and actions of U.S. Catholics regarding culture, politics and social justice. Topics include religious liberty, lay movements in the U.S., anti-Catholicism, contributions of U.S. Catholic women, African American Catholics, and Hispanic/Latino[a] Catholics. 3 sem. hrs.

HM344: 6/25/12 –7/6/12 Dermot Lane, STC   Description unavailable at this time. 3 sem. hrs.

REL 561 –81

Approaches to Morality Web: 6/25/12  –  8/4/12 Jana Bennett, Ph.D.   An attempt to establish the foundations of Christian morality, consisting of a historical survey of approaches and developments from the New Testament period to the present. 3 sem. hrs.

REL 561 –82

Approaches to Morality Web: 6/25/12  –  8/4/12 Jana Bennett, Ph.D.   An attempt to establish the foundations of Christian morality, consisting of a historical survey of approaches and developments from the New Testament period to the present. 2 sem. hrs.

REL 592 – 81

SPIRITUALITY FOR MINISTRY HM344: 7/9/12  –  7/13/12 Monica Verploegen, Ph.D.   This course is designed to expose students to contemplative practice, a necessary component for ministerial effectiveness and personal spiritual growth. Healthy Christian maturity and dynamic ministry stems from engaged service balanced by a mindfulness that nourishes intimacy with God, with self, with others, and with creation.   This course is designed to be both formative and informative. Classes will provide instruction from selected classical spiritual sources, with the intent of raising the personal awareness and development of spiritual practices of the class participants. Integration of these insights will be fostered through reflection on the formative and deformative aspects of organic, religious, and vocational elements in one’s formation history. 2 sem. hrs.

REL 518– 81

PAULINE CORPUS Web: 5/14/12 –8/4/12 Silviu Bunta, Ph.D.   This class provides first a general introduction to the historical-critical study of the Pauline corpus with a focus on the Jewish background and character of Paul’s theology. Secondly, particular attention will be given to Paul’s understandings of the divine, Jesus, Torah, and righteousness, and to the exegetical assumptions and practices through which these views are worked out in the corpus. 3 sem. hrs.


catholic school courses and workshops School of Education and Allied Professions Department of Educational Leadership Programs in Catholic School Leadership   The University of Dayton’s Department of Educational Leadership offers a master’s degree in Educational Leadership with special emphasis on Catholic School administration. Coursework is offered via the Internet (online) and in the traditional face-toface format. There are scholarships available for teachers and administrators currently employed full-time in a Catholic school and/or Diocese who wish to pursue this degree via online courses. For students who traditionally come to campus in the summer, coursework will be offered during the full Summer Term.   A master’s degree in Educational Leadership may be earned by completing the ten designated courses for a total of 30 semester hours, providing an excellent opportunity to integrate university study with your current job responsibilities. The program is designed to prepare individuals to work as effective Catholic school leaders, to help them meet state licensure requirements, and to accommodate individual student needs.

2012 Summer Program Graduate Course Offerings Master’s Degree Level Courses (3 sem. hrs. each)

Internet Course Offerings (Students may take a maximum of 3 courses)

FULL SUMMER TERM

(May 14 – August 3, 2012) EDA 505-ZD EDA 507-ZD EDA 509-ZD EDA 556-ZD EDA 557-ZD

Educational Leadership Internship I Supervision and Professional Development Leadership in Diverse Communities School Finance

  For additional information on our programs and courses, please visit our department Web site at www.udayton.edu/education/edl

SECOND SUMMER session (June 25 – August 3, 2012) EDA 515-81 EDA 555-81 EDA 556-81

School Law (Catholic Educators Only) TTH 4:30  –7:45 1700 Patterson Community Relations for School Leaders (Catholic Educators Only) MW  1:30 – 4:15 Leadership in Diverse Communities (Catholic Educators Only)

  Students new to the program are encouraged to contact Ms. Janice Keivel, Administrative Associate for the Department of Educational Leadership at 1-800-259-8710, option #2, at 937-229-3755, or via email at janice.keivel@notes.udayton.edu to plan their sequence of study.

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MUSIC COURSES AND WORKSHOPS Summer 2012 Graduate Music Courses and Workshops INSTRUMENT REPAIR WORKSHOP MUS 560– 61

2 sem. hrs.

GRADUATE PERFORMANCE STUDIES

MUS 505 – Z1

MUS559– Z1, Z2, Z3

Mr. Rick Rutledge Reichard Hall 104

Dr. Toby Rush

June 18 – 21

June 25– July 20

8:30 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.

  This workshop offers a practical approach to the emergency and minor instrument repair needs for the school band and orchestra director. A “hands-on” learning experience will be provided, with expert instruction and constant supervision. While the course emphasizes woodwind instruments, brass and percussion will also be covered. Enrollment limit: 12

MUS 503– 81

Dr. Eric Street

WEB

June 25 –29 8:30 a.m.– 4:00 p.m. (edt)   Methods and techniques for teaching music from representative cultures around the world, and their role and function in society. Student must be available to correspond via Internet during specified time. Distance learning. Enrollment limit: 15

SEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGY MUS 501– Z1 Dr. Samuel Dorf

2 sem. hrs. WEB

WEB

2 sem. hrs. WEB

June 25–August 4   Students actively explore at their own pace the history, literature, composers, choreographers, and styles of dance through online video, enriched by online reading, blogging, and discussion. Course includes a sampling of international dance, with particular focus on Western classical dance of the Romantic and Contemporary periods. Includes classics such as Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, and Cinderella. Distance learning. Enrollment limit: 15

June 11 – July 13

MUSIC THEATRE HISTORY

  Students will become familiar with selected general aspects of Western music: music notation, editions and performance, social contexts and meanings of musical works. This course explores the range of approaches and research methods in musicology, aiming for a comprehensive understanding and a critical knowledge of the sources and literature of music and musicology, and the rudiments of research and writing techniques. Distance Learning. Enrollment limit: 15

MUS 560 – 81 Dr. Eric Street

1 – 2 sem. hrs.

May 14 – August 3   Private lessons or approved ensemble participation. Contact Dr. Hartley for details. Lesson fee.

To register https://registrar.udayton.edu/ registration.asp Questions: 937-229-4131 or 1-800-259-8864

DANCE HISTORY MUS 560 – 81

2 sem hrs.

2 sem. hrs.

  Provides an introduction to 1) computer music notation, 2) producing music with virtual instruments, and 3) developing web-based multimedia presentations and music tutorials. Student must have access to a computer with Internet. Distance learning. Enrollment limit: 15

TEACHING WORLD MUSIC Dr. Heather MacLachlan

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TEACHING MUSIC WITH TECHNOLOGY I

2 sem. hrs. WEB

June 25 –August 4   Students actively explore at their own pace this history, literature, composers, and styles of musical theatre through online video, enriched by online reading, blogging, and discussion. Course material extends from the earliest roots of Musical Theatre through operetta, Gershwin, Kern, Porter, Rogers & Hammerstein to more contemporary composers such as Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Distance learning. Enrollment limit: 15

Enrollment Deadline: June 1, 2012

Tuition $520.00 per semester hour

for more information contact Dr. Linda A. Hartley, Music Education Program Director lhartley1@udayton.edu 937-229-3232


summer 2012 music faculty biographies Dr. Samuel N. Dorf will begin as an Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Dayton this Fall. He received his Ph.D. in musicology from Northwestern University. His published articles deal with the performance and reinvention of ancient Greek music and dance in fin-de-siècle Paris, queer music reception, and film music. He is currently guest-editing a special issue of the journal Opera Quarterly on performances of antiquity. Dr. Dorf has won awards, grants and fellowships from Northwestern University, Harvard University, the Society of Dance History Scholars, and the American Musicology Society. Dr. Heather MacLachlan is Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Dayton. She received her Ph.D. at Cornell University and has published articles on topics such as American popular music and music theory pedagogy. Her main research focus is music-making among Burmese populations. Burma’s Pop Music Industry: Creators, Distributors, Censors, was published by the University of Rochester Press in 2011. At the University of Dayton, Dr. MacLachlan teaches world music classes and leads the gamelan ensemble. Prior to beginning her higher education career, Dr. MacLachlan taught public school in her home country of Canada.

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An active pedagogue and technologist, Dr. Toby Rush currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Technology at the University of Dayton. He received his doctorate from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Rush’s research interests include applications of educational technology and new media for music studies, interface design, and music theory and aural skills pedagogy. His pedagogical material and computer software have garnered worldwide acclaim. He is a member of NAfME, and maintains an active role in the local music education community. Professor Rick Rutledge studied electronics repair with the National Radio Institute and worked with the master craftsman from the G. Leblanc company to learn wind instrument repair. He then worked at Kinder Music in Springfield, Ohio, in brass, woodwind, string, and electronic repair. Rick also worked for Ohio Music and Coyle Music in Columbus prior to his hiring at Hauer Music in Dayton. He has been repairing instruments at Hauer Music since 1990. Mr. Rutledge has taught instrument repair workshops at UD since 1992.

Dr. Eric Street is Professor of Music at UD, with a doctorate from Indiana University and additional study in Vienna and Rome. As a pianist, he as performed in over thirty countries on six continents. (He’s still missing Antarctica.) He reviews opera for the Dayton City Paper and loves music of all sorts. Recently he toured as pianist with the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Street’s articles appear in over seventy periodicals, including Clavier, American Music Educator, Keyboard Quarterly, and Opera Journal. As a tour leader and interpreter, he has taken student and adult groups to Vienna, Athens, Florence, Sicily, Dublin, Paris, and London.

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COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES Summer 2012 SEMINARS CAPITAL CAMPUS (COLUMBUS, OHIO) SUMMER I: EDC 605 63

THE MINDFUL COUNSELOR Dr. Patricia Polanski Friday, 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. May 18–19

SUMMER II: EDC 605 82

COUPLES COUNSELING I John Wagner Friday, 5:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. –5:00 p.m. Date(s) TBA

EDC 544-61

Philosophical, Professional, Ethical, and Legal Aspects in Counseling 2 semester hours Michelle Stratman, Ed.D., PCC Friday, 5:00 p.m.– 10:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. June 1 – 2 and June 8 – 9 This course focuses on the ways in which professional counselors establish and develop a professional identity rooted in the founding principles of counseling with branches that include personal morals and values, professional codes of ethics, state and federal statutes, and institutional procedures and policies that govern environments in which counselors are employed.

DAYTON CAMPUS SUMMER I: EDC 605 61

Advanced Counseling Skills 1 semester hour Scott Hall, Ph.D., LPCC Friday, 5:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. –5:00 p.m. 5/18– 19 This course will focus on advanced skills in individual counseling. Students will learn and practice advanced influencing and intervention skills in counseling, as well as techniques for handling challenging client experiences. In addition, students will explore effective and ethical use of self-disclosure. The class will utilize experiential exercises, video demonstrations, and class discussion.

SUMMER II: EDC 605 82

SPIRITUALITY IN COUNSELING 1 semester hour Scott Hall, Ph.D., LPCC Friday, 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 7/13 – 14 This seminar provides students the opportunity to explore their own spiritual development and how to assist clients with this process. The course offers students a variety of methods for incorporating the spiritual in their clinical work, e.g., how to construct a spiritual genogram, a clinical framework which includes the spiritual dimension, questions designed to explore the spiritual and exercises that may help people understand their own spiritual development.

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