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GRADUATE AND CONTI NUING EDUCATION FOR THE THINKING PERSON Winter/Spring 2011

Winter Session, January 3 – 14, 2011 Spring Session, January 18 – May 9, 2011


Contents Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2

John F. Nevins Outstanding Educator Award

Common Core of Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25 Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Community Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

The Division of Graduate and Continuing Education is now  accepting nominations for the John F. Nevins Outstanding  Educator Award. 

Course Listing Schedules: Winter Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7

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Winter Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10

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Spring Online Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13

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Financial Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5 Online Course Login Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Outstanding Educator Nomination . . . . . Inside Cover Parking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

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Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5

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Winter Registration Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

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Spring Registration Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Student I.D. Card Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Withdrawals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

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Disclaimer The rules, regulations, policies, fees and other charges, courses of study, and academic requirements that appear in this catalog were in effect at the time of its publication. Like everything else in this catalog, they are published for informational purposes only, and they do not constitute a contract between the College and any student, applicant for admission or other person. Whether noted elsewhere in this catalog or not, the College reserves the right to change, eliminate, and add to any existing (and to introduce additional) rules, regulations, policies, fees and other charges, courses of study and academic requirements. Whenever it does so, the College will give as much advance notice as it considers feasible or appropriate, but it reserves the right in all cases to do so without notice.

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WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

Contact Information

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS 

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION REGISTER BY MAIL, DROP OFF OR ONLINE. If you prefer not to register online but are unable to register during published days and times, please consider leaving your registration and payment in our secure drop box; we will enter the data at the earliest possible time. Your course schedule and payment receipt will be mailed to you. You will be notified if the course (s) you select are closed or cancelled.

myWestfield is Westfield State’s web portal. It is a secure site providing students, faculty and staff with world-class services, featuring a single sign-on website for campus annoucements, web for students/faculty/staff, e-mail, course tools, library access and much more! Using myWestfield is the only way to find your grades, register online or access your e-mail, and is the best way to stay informed regarding news and upcoming events.

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MyWestfield Access: Log in to the portal with your first initial, last name and last 4 digits of your CWID. Your initial password will be your CWID or current email password. After logging in,   Your Email Account is displayed on the first page Click ACADEMICS tab to REGISTER  find registration tools to add or drop classes T-$:/B$#aD#')#+7#$()--)7B2.:$2/55)+5$)+>$ 7/+.%7.$."#$T!$XAY@$E#*W$%.$ZF[JZO\\$a_OZFK

WEB REGISTRATION PAYMENT You can pay your bill online immediately following registration with a credit card. If you would prefer to print the statement page and mail in with payment, please know that payment is due within 10 days of registration. Failure to do so will result in the addition of the $100 late payment fee and loss of the early payment discount.

For more complete information and policies, please visit our website at wsc.ma.edu/dgce

ACADEMIC ADVISING Upon admission to an academic program, you are assigned a major advisor. It is your responsibility to arrange an appointment with the advisor as soon as you are admitted into a program to outline your program of study, taking into consideration previous work and your academic objectives. Although your advisor will assist you in planning your program, you must assume responsibility for knowing and meeting the curriculum requirements. Please visit our Website at www.wsc.ma.edu/dgce

WITHDRAWAL FROM COURSES You may withdraw from courses before the second scheduled meeting without notation on your permanent record. You must withdraw in writing. A Withdrawal Form is available in the DGCE Office. If you withdraw after the second class meeting, you must obtain the signature of the faculty member. Withdrawal Before first class meeting Before second class meeting Before third class meeting By withdrawal deadline (see above) After deadline* ($25 fee) Administrative withdrawal Non-attendance After drop-add period Failure to withdraw

Professor’s Signature

Transcript Notation

No No Yes

None None ‘W’

Yes Yes

‘W’ ‘W’

N/A N/A

‘W’ ‘W’ ‘F’

*Approved for extenuating circumstances only; must have the Dean’s approval.

PARKING PRIVILEGES Parking decals are required and are only sold at the Public Safety Complex on Western Avenue. Your vehicle registration must be presented with your application form before a decal can be purchased. Please call 572-5262 for more information or visit http://www.wsc. ma.edu/safety/Decals_%26_Parking.html. Vehicles without parking decals will be ticketed.


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STUDENT I.D. CARD

FINANCIAL AID

All Westfield State University students should have a bar-coded Student I.D. Card. Taken during registration periods and the first three weeks of classes, the picture I.D. will cost $10.00 and will be used throughout your academic career at Westfield State University. IDs will be taken in the Wilson Hall Lounge area.

The Financial Aid Office at Westfield State University is located within the Student Administrative Service Center and is committed to insuring that no student is unable to pursue his or her educational goals for lack of financial resources. Westfield State University participates in a wide variety of federal, state, and private programs. Assistance can be in the form of gift aid (scholarships and grants) and self-help programs (loans, work study and graduate assistantships).

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

The staff of the Financial Aid Office are available for assistance at 572-5218.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Failure to pay within 10 days of web registration will result in the addition of the $100 late payment fee. UÊ ,i}ˆÃÌÀ>̈œ˜Ê>˜`Êi`ÕV>̈œ˜>ÊÃiÀۈViÊviiÃÊ܈Êœ˜ÞÊLiÊÀiv՘`i`Ê for officially canceled courses. UÊ `ÕV>̈œ˜ÊÃiÀۈViÊviiʈÃÊÀiv՘`i`ÊvœÀÊ܈̅`À>Ü>ÃÊLivœÀiÊ̅iÊ class begins. UÊ ,i}ˆÃÌÀ>̈œ˜ÊviiʈÃʘœ˜‡Àiv՘`>Li°Ê œÊÀiv՘`ÃÊvœÀÊ7ˆ˜ÌiÀÊÊ Session after class session begins. UÊ *i>ÃiʘœÌiÊ̅>Ìʜ˜ˆ˜iÊVœÕÀÃiÃʓ>Þʅ>ÛiÊi>ÀˆiÀÊÃÌ>ÀÌÊ`>Ìið UÊ 7iÊ>VVi«ÌÊV…iVŽÃ]ʓœ˜iÞʜÀ`iÀÃ]Ê>ÃÌiÀV>À`]Ê“iÀVˆ>˜Ê Express, Visa and Discover cards. Cash cannot be accepted for payment over $10.

REFUNDS Refunds of tuition and instructional fee, if any, are made on the basis of the date and time of receipt of a student’s withdrawal. Students who officially withdraw from a course after the second scheduled class and within the allowable withdrawal period will receive a designation of W. The registration fee is non-refundable. Withdrawal Date Before 1st Meeting Before 2nd Meeting Before 3rd Meeting After 3rd Meeting

% of Refund 100% 90% 50% None

For refund and withdrawal purposes, Online and Brick & Click courses are deemed to begin “meeting” on the first day of the semester at 9 a.m., unless otherwise noted. They will be considered “meeting” as other in-person courses that begin the first day of the term (i.e., once per week for fourteen weeks in fall/spring, twice per week for six weeks, or every day in winter). This refund and withdrawal schedule follows this “meet” schedule and is effective regardless of individual student login.

HEALTH INSURANCE REQUIREMENT Chapter 15A of the Massachusetts General Laws mandates that every full or three-quarter time student in a public or private institution of higher education shall participate in a qualifying student health insurance program. You may waive this insurance coverage if you certify that you have comparable coverage. Failure to submit the proper waiver form will render you liable for the state-mandated coverage provided by the College and you will be billed accordingly. Post-baccalaureate and Graduate students are considered 3/4-time at 7 credits and full-time at 9 credits. Undergraduate students are considered three-quarter time at 9 credits and full-time at 12 or more credits.

HEALTH INSURANCE WAIVER INFORMATION Please be aware that effective with the Fall 2009 semester, all students enrolled in three-quarter time coursework (6.75 or more credits for Post-bac. and Graduate, 9 or more credits for Undergraduate) and who do not wish to purchase a health plan through the college, must provide proof of medical insurance coverage by posting this information via the web. We will no longer accept this information on paper. In order to avoid being assessed a state mandated insurance charge you must waive the fee by entering your medical insurance information online at www.universityhealthplans.com From the main screen, please do the following: UÊ Select Westfield State College. UÊ Select the “Accident & Sickness Insurance Plan” option. UÊ Then click on the “Waiver Form” link to continue the waiver process.

DELAYED PAYMENT

MEAL PLAN REFUNDS Meal Plan pricing varies, dependent on the number of meals in the chosen plan. Please see the University Bulletin online or contact the DGCE Office at 572-8020 for current pricing.

Westfield State University offers a program for matriculated students that allows for payment of tuition over a period of time during the semester. Students must meet the following requirements:

Meal Plan Refund Schedule:

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80%

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60%

During the fourth week of classes

40%

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20%

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Students must complete the application and have it approved before they may register into courses. The application must be completed each semester. There is a late payment penalty charge if bills are not paid in full by the date of the final payment. Any account sent to Collection is charged a 20% collection fee. The first payment is due with registration, and includes the $100 non-refundable fee. The remaining payments are due according to the following schedule:

Fall Semester

Last Friday in October Last Friday in November

Spring Semester

Last Friday in February Last Friday in March

Summer Semesters At mid-point in term

SENIOR CITIZEN TUITION WAIVER In accordance with Chapter 915 of the Acts of 1977, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the WSC Division of Graduate and Continuing Education will waive tuition for persons over 60 for Massachusetts residents only, provided registration, institutional fees and related expenses are borne by the student. Students must have the Waiver Form completed in advance of registration. The form is available in the Continuing Education Office. Proof of date of birth is required.

TUITION: (Please note: any new fees will be posted on the DGCE website before registration begins.)

Massachusetts Resident Undergraduate Graduate Non-resident Undergraduate Graduate Audit (undergraduate & Graduate)

per credit per credit

$85 $105

per credit per credit per credit

$95* $115* $25

FEES:  Instructional Fee Registration Fee (non-refundable) Education Service Fee Student I.D. Replacement I.D. Lab Fee Service Charge for past due accounts

per credit

$115 $75 $75 $10 $20

$10 $10

(charged each month an account is past due)

A $50 early payment discount until: Delayed Payment Fee (non-refundable)

December 10 $100

* Non-matriculated and international students only

For more complete information and policies, please visit our website at wsc.ma.edu/dgce


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WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

Communication UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 4Nbb$\;\;JZZ\$P;\\__Q$ TL!UN$!N$bI33$4Nbb8LT4I!TNLc$

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Geography­Regional Planning

3!?3@I!TIY$EI!I]I3AJNLY$

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9


10

WINTER/SPRING 2011

Public Administration 

 

 

 

 

GRADUATE COURSES 

 

 

 

 

 

4Ud8$\=<=JZZ\$P;\\_=Q$

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   MGMT 0599 ­ Independent study by permission of instructor. 

 

 

 

 

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   PADM 0690­Course by special arrangement. Permission needed. 

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Sociology 

 

 

   

 

 

 

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES 

World Language Studies 

 

 


WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

SPRING 2011 ONLINE COURSES Art 

 

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ART 0104-501 (31158)

3.00

B. Keim

   ART 0104­ Is a 7 wk. course­03/21/11­05/09/11 (Session B) 

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS(ONLINE)*

 

 

ART 0106-501 (31162)

ART SURVEY I(ONLINE)*

3.00

F. Lund

ART 0107-501 (31163)

ART SURVEY II(ONLINE)*

3.00

I. Imeh

ART 0206-501 (31157)

ELEC. PUBLICATION DESIGN-ONL*

3.00

J. Wainright

3.00

C. Swaidan

4.00

D. Doe

   ART 0206­ Is a 7 wk. course­01/18/11­03/11/11 (Session A) ART 0357-501 (31159)

ISLAMIC ART(ONLINE)*

Biology UNDERGRADUATE COURSES BIOL 0106-501 (30434)

BIOLOGY TODAY(ONLINE)*

Business Management/Economics UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ACCT 0105-501 (30326)

PRIN. OF ACCOUNTING II(ONLINE)

3.00

R. Goulet

ACCT 0311-501 (30327)

AUDITING(ONLINE)

3.00

M. Maggio

ECON 0101-501 (30329)

PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS(ONLINE)*

3.00

Staff

FINC 0207-501 (30331)

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

MGMT 0101-501 (30333)

INTRO TO BUSINESS(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

MGMT 0107-501 (30335)

SOFTWARE APP IN MGMT(ONLINE)

3.00

T. Kurty

MGMT 0220-501 (30337)

PROD-OPERATIONS MGMT(ONLINE)

3.00

J. Bellenoit

MGMT 0221-501 (30338)

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

G. Merlo

MGMT 0241-501 (30340)

BUSINESS LAW(ONLINE)

3.00

P. Ettman

MGMT 0250-501 (30341)

QUANT APPROACH TO BUS DEC-ONL

3.00

C. Meyer

MGMT 0321-501 (30343)

MANAGEMENT INFO SYSTEMS-ONL

3.00

A. Furnelli

MGMT 0325-501 (30344)

BUS STRATEGY & POLICY(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Kimball

MGMT 0338-501 (30345)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS(ONLINE)*

3.00

A. Furnelli

MGMT 0344-501 (30347)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Bakuli

MRKT 0306-501 (30348)

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

M. Naidorf

MRKT 0307-501 (30349)

MARKETING RSRCH TECHNIQUES-ONL

3.00

Staff

MRKT 0309-501 (30350)

SALES AND SALES MANAGEMENT-ONL

3.00

G. Healy

MRKT 0328-501 (30351)

PRIN OF ADVERTISING(ONLINE)

3.00

P. O’Connor

MRKT 0337-501 (30352)

CONSUMER BEHAVIOR(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Ammirato

BUSINESS LAW/ACCOUNTANTS-ONL

3.00

S. Sarnikar

3.00

C. Kudlac

GRADUATE COURSES MGMT 0632-501 (31184)

Criminal Justice UNDERGRADUATE COURSES CRJU 0231-501 (31169)

RESEARCH METHODS IN CRJU-ONL

 

11


12

WINTER/SPRING 2011

Criminal Justice ­ Framingham GRADUATE COURSES CRJU 0627-F01 (31178)

FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW(ONLINE)

3.00

V. Ascolillo

SEM:REC DEV-COMP IN ED(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Belisle

SEM:REC DEV-COMP IN ED(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Belisle

Education UNDERGRADUATE COURSES EDUC 0396-502 (31124) GRADUATE COURSES EDUC 0596-502 (31123)

Geography­Regional Planning UNDERGRADUATE COURSES GARP 0105-501 (31215)

INTRO COMMUNITY PLANNING-ONL*

3.00

S. Kelly

GARP 0317-501 (31216)

ST: TOPICS IN GIS(ONLINE)

3.00

P. Guiberson

3.00

M. Abate

3.00

M. Jaiclin

3.00

M. Bardwell

3.00

P. Zampini

History UNDERGRADUATE COURSES HIST 0213-501 (30432)

WORLD HIST. TO 16TH CENT.-ONL

Mathematics UNDERGRADUATE COURSES MATH 0108-502 (31227)

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS- ONL*

MATH 108- Is a 7 wk. course-01/18/11-03/11/11 (Session A) MATH 0108-503 (31228)

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS-ONL*

MATH 108- Is a 7 wk. course-03/21/11-05/09/11 (Session B)

Political Science UNDERGRADUATE COURSES POLS 0105-550 (31253)

LAW,COURTS & POLITICS(ONLINE)*

Begins March 21, 2010 through May 9, 2010

Psychology UNDERGRADUATE COURSES PSYC 0105-501 (31149)

RESEARCH METH IN PSYC(ONLINE)

3.00

S. Dutch

PSYC 0200-501 (31256)

INDUSTRIAL&ORGANIZ PSYC(ONL)

3.00

J. Szpiler

PSYC 0312-501 (31153)

PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCH(ONL)

3.00

S. Jackson

PSYC 0353-501 (31261)

ST:PSYCHOLOGY(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Simpson

3.00

D. Smailes

Public Administration GRADUATE COURSES PADM 0630-501 (31185)

PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS(ONLINE)

FRAMINGHAM


WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

Social Work UNDERGRADUATE COURSES SOCW 0103-501 (31207)

INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

SOCW 0512-501 (31200)

RESEARCH II(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

SOCW 0512-502 (31201)

RESEARCH II

3.00

Staff

GRADUATE COURSES

Sociology UNDERGRADUATE COURSES SOCI 0202-501 (31199)

RACE & ETHNIC RELAT(ONLINE)*

3.00

G. Aquino

SOCI 0307-501 (31269)

SOCIAL PROBLEMS(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Zayac

SOCI 0314-501 (31197)

COLLECTIVE BEHAVIOR(ONLINE)

3.00

N. Mangaliso

3.00

H. Viera

World Language Studies UNDERGRADUATE COURSES LSPA 0101-501 (31348)

SPANISH I(ONLINE)

For more complete information and policies, please visit our website at wsc.ma.edu/dgce

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13


14

WINTER/SPRING 2011

SPRING 2011 ALL COURSES Art UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ART 0104-501 (31158)

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS(ONLINE)*

3.00

B. Keim

ONLINE

ART 0104- Is a 7 wk. course-03/21/11-05/09/11 (Session B) ART 0106-501 (31162)

ART SURVEY I(ONLINE)*

3.00

F. Lund

ONLINE

ART 0107-501 (31163)

ART SURVEY II(ONLINE)*

3.00

I. Imeh

ONLINE

ART 0206-501 (31157)

ELEC. PUBLICATION DESIGN-ONL*

3.00

J. Wainright

ONLINE

ART 0206- Is a 7 wk. course-01/18/11-03/11/11 (Session A) ART 0207-501 (31160)

WATERCOLOR PAINTING I

3.00

P. Conant

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 210

ART 0302-501 (31161)

WATERCOLOR II

3.00

P. Conant

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 210

ART 0357-501 (31159)

ISLAMIC ART(ONLINE)*

3.00

C. Swaidan

ONLINE

4.00

C. Grobe

Mon

600PM-1030PM

WILSN 207

Biology UNDERGRADUATE COURSES BIOL 0102-501 (31164)

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY*

BIOL 0102 - This course also meets in Wilson 221 BIOL 0106-501 (30434)

BIOLOGY TODAY(ONLINE)*

4.00

D. Doe

ONLINE

BIOL 0128-501 (31165)

INTRO:ORGAN.,ECOL & EVOL BIOL

4.00

J. Hanselman

Tue

600PM-1030PM

WILSN 207

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYS.I*

4.00

R. Thompson

Wed

600PM-1030PM

WILSN 224

HUMAN GENETICS

3.00

D. Hoagland

Tue

630PM-915PM

WILSN 402

BIOL 0128 - This course also meets in Wilson 215 BIOL 0237-501 (31166) GRADUATE COURSES BIOL 0500-501 (30435)

Business Management/Economics UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ACCT 0105-501 (30326)

PRIN. OF ACCOUNTING II(ONLINE)

3.00

R. Goulet

ONLINE

ACCT 0311-501 (30327)

AUDITING(ONLINE)

3.00

M. Maggio

ONLINE

ECON 0101-501 (30329)

PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS(ONLINE)*

3.00

Staff

ONLINE

ECON 0300-501 (30330)

MONEY AND BANKING

3.00

Staff

FINC 0207-501 (30331)

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

FINC 0320-501 (30332)

MONEY AND BANKING

3.00

Staff

MGMT 0101-501 (30333)

INTRO TO BUSINESS(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

ONLINE

MGMT 0107-501 (30335)

SOFTWARE APP IN MGMT(ONLINE)

3.00

T. Kurty

ONLINE

MGMT 0220-501 (30337)

PROD-OPERATIONS MGMT(ONLINE)

3.00

J. Bellenoit

ONLINE

MGMT 0221-501 (30338)

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

G. Merlo

ONLINE

MGMT 0241-501 (30340)

BUSINESS LAW(ONLINE)

3.00

P. Ettman

ONLINE

MGMT 0250-501 (30341)

QUANT APPROACH TO BUS DEC-ONL

3.00

C. Meyer

ONLINE

MGMT 0321-501 (30343)

MANAGEMENT INFO SYSTEMS-ONL

3.00

A. Furnelli

ONLINE

MGMT 0325-501 (30344)

BUS STRATEGY & POLICY(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Kimball

ONLINE

ONLINE

For course descriptions, course changes and any updates, please visit www.wsc.ma.edu/dgce * Common Core Class


WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

MGMT 0338-501 (30345)

INTRNATL BUSINESS(ONLINE)*

3.00

A. Furnelli

ONLINE

MGMT 0344-501 (30347)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Bakuli

ONLINE

MRKT 0306-501 (30348)

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT(ONLINE)

3.00

M. Naidorf

ONLINE

MRKT 0307-501 (30349)

MARKETING RSRCH TECHNIQUES-ONL

3.00

Staff

ONLINE

MRKT 0309-501 (30350)

SALES AND SALES MANAGEMENT-ONL

3.00

G. Healy

ONLINE

MRKT 0328-501 (30351)

PRIN OF ADVERTISING(ONLINE)

3.00

P. O’Connor

ONLINE

MRKT 0337-501 (30352)

CONSUMER BEHAVIOR(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Ammirato

ONLINE

GRADUATE COURSES MGMT 0624-501 (31183)

ADVANCED COST ACCOUNTING

3.00

C. Irujo

Tue

300PM-545PM

WILSN 314

MGMT 0627-501 (31182)

ISS IN ACCTG FOR PUB COMPANIES

3.00

E. Moore

Thu

335PM-600PM

WILSN 404

630PM-915PM

WILSN 402

MGMT 0631-501 (31181)

MUNICIPAL AND FUND ACCTG

3.00

M. Maggio

Wed

MGMT 0632-501 (31184)

BUSINESS LAW/ACCOUNTANTS-ONL

3.00

S. Sarnikar

ONLINE

MGMT 0642-501 (31180)

MANAG. PROF. CLIENT SERV. ORG.

3.00

J. Rogers

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 418

3.00

J. Conlogue

Mon

530PM-815PM

ELY 339

WILSN 404

Communication UNDERGRADUATE COURSES COMM 0207-501 (31346)

COMMUNICATION ETHICS

Computer and Information Sci. UNDERGRADUATE COURSES CAIS 0308-501 (31208)

ADV.COBOL-FILE PROCESSING

3.00

K. Haar

Tue

630PM-915PM

CAIS 0310-501 (31209)

DATABASE MANAGEMENT

3.00

J. Carabetta

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 404

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/01%23453"66#75%

'8&&%

/8%59:;<=>%

?@A%

B&&26*)-+26%

/#C$7%B&D

CAIS 0396-501 (31211)

COMP SCIENCE INTERN A

3.00

K. Haar

3.00

K. Haar

CAIS 0396 - Permission of instructor required. CAIS 0397-501 (31212)

COMP SCIENCE INTERN B

CAIS 0397 - Permission of instructor required.

Criminal Justice UNDERGRADUATE COURSES CRJU 0121-501 (31167)

THEORIES OF CRIME

3.00

A. Dallam-Murphy Tue

400PM-625PM

HMC 01

CRJU 0202-501 (31168)

INTRO TO CORRECTIONS

3.00

B. Cho

Wed

630PM-915PM

HMC 02

CRJU 0231-501 (31169)

RESEARCH METHODS IN CRJU-ONL

3.00

C. Kudlac

ONLINE

CRJU 0332-501 (31171)

HOMICIDE

3.00

S. White

Tue

630PM-915PM

HMC 02

CRJU 0340-501 (31170)

ST:GIS APPLICATIONS IN CJ

3.00

J. Jones

Wed

400PM-625PM

HMC PC

CRJU 0613-501 (31173)

STATISTICS

3.00

D. Price

Wed

400PM-625PM

HMC 01

CRJU 0624-501 (31174)

ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY

3.00

B. Rizzo

Tue

400PM-625PM

HMC 03

CRJU 0641-501 (31172)

ANTI TERR LAW/CRIM ENFORCMNT

3.00

V. Ascolillo

Tue

630PM-915PM

HMC 01

CRJU 0698-501 (31175)

ST:CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

3.00

J. McDonald

Mon

400PM-625PM

HMC 02

GRADUATE COURSES

For course descriptions, course changes and any updates, please visit www.wsc.ma.edu/dgce * Common Core Class

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16

WINTER/SPRING 2011

Criminal Justice ­ Framingham GRADUATE COURSES CRJU 0613-F01 (31177)

STATISTICS

3.00

D. Lambert

Tue

CRJU 0627-F01 (31178)

FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW(ONLINE)

3.00

V. Ascolillo

ONLINE

630PM-915PM

FRAM

CRJU 0643-F01 (31179)

COUNTER TERRORISM:INFRA PROTCT

3.00

S. White

Mon

430PM-655PM

FRAM

FRAM

Education UNDERGRADUATE COURSES EDUC 0201-501 (31339)

LEARNING & ASSESSMENT

3.00

R. Frank

Thu

630PM-915PM

HMC 01

EDUC 0220-501 (31148)

SCHOOL IN AMER.CULTURE*

3.00

J. Angell

Wed

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0221-501 (30654)

STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

3.00

L. Basile

Mon

630PM-915PM

PAR 204

EDUC 0221-502 (30656)

STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

3.00

D. Burke

Thu

400PM-625PM

WILSN 402

EDUC 0300-501 (30436)

TCHNG ENG. LANG. LEARNERS

3.00

P. Wysocki

Mon

630PM-915PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0303-501 (30439)

EARLY LITERACY AND READING

3.00

D. Callahan

Thu

400PM-625PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0304-501 (30441)

TEACHING WRTG & EXPRSV ART K-6

3.00

D. Callahan

Tue

400PM-625PM

BATES 210

EDUC 0306-501 (30637)

ELEM CURR AND INSTRUC

3.00

M. Curro

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0308-501 (30638)

EARLY CHILD CURRICULUM

3.00

M. Curro

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0314-501 (30642)

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

3.00

M. Henley

Tue

400PM-625PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0318-501 (30644)

READING IN THE CONTENT AREAS

3.00

S. Luppino

Wed

400PM-625PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0319-501 (30646)

PRINC. OF TEACHING & LEARNING

3.00

M. Sullivan

Mon

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0352-501 (31098)

EDU PLAN & EVAL:MIDDLE SCHOOL

3.00

S. Guy

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0353-501 (31099)

EDUC PLAN & EVAL:SECONDARY SCH

3.00

S. Guy

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0354-501 (31100)

EDUC PLAN & EVAL:MID/SEC SCH

3.00

S. Guy

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0367-501 (31104)

IAPP (SEVERE)

3.00

L. Basile

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 204

EDUC 0370-501 (31108)

SP-LANG PROB-SP NDS CH

3.00

B. Conners

Mon

400PM-625PM

BATES 118

EDUC 0371-501 (31105)

IAPP (MODERATE)

3.00

L. Basile

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 204

EDUC 0377-501 (31110)

LRNG DISAB. & INSTR. STRATEG.

3.00

B. Conners

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 314

EDUC 0378-501 (31112)

CLASS MANAG:STU BEH/EMOT PROB

3.00

H. Eberwein

Thu

630PM-915PM

WILSN 300

EDUC 0380-501 (31114)

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION*

3.00

J. Cantillo

Tue

630PM-915PM

WILSN 401

EDUC 0380-502 (31116)

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION*

3.00

N. Hidalgo

Thu

400PM-625PM

WILSN 314

EDUC 0396-501 (31121)

SEM:REC DEV-COMP IN ED

3.00

J. Morrow

Tue

630PM-915PM

BATES 03

EDUC 0396-502 (31124)

SEM:REC DEV-COMP IN ED(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Belisle

ONLINE

EDUC 0500-501 (30437)

TCHNG ENG. LANG. LEARNERS

3.00

P. Wysocki

Mon

630PM-915PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0502-501 (30438)

INST PRAC:MAT&CLASS PROC EC/EL

3.00

T. Knowles

Thu

400PM-625PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0503-501 (30440)

EARLY LITERACY & READING

3.00

D. Callahan

Thu

400PM-625PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0504-501 (30442)

TEACHING WRTG & EXPRSV ART K-6

3.00

D. Callahan

Tue

400PM-625PM

BATES 210

EDUC 0506-501 (30639)

ELEM CURR & INSTRUCTION

3.00

M. Curro

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0508-501 (30640)

EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM

3.00

M. Curro

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0513-501 (30641)

EVAL TECHNIQUES/EDUC

3.00

G. Roberts

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0514-501 (30643)

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

3.00

M. Henley

Tue

400PM-625PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0518-501 (30645)

READING IN THE CONTENT AREAS

3.00

S. Luppino

Wed

400PM-625PM

PAR 202

EDUC 0519-501 (30653)

PRIN. OF TEACHING & LEARNING

3.00

M. Sullivan

Mon

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0540-501 (30655)

STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

3.00

L. Basile

Mon

630PM-915PM

PAR 204

EDUC 0540-502 (31097)

STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

3.00

D. Burke

Thu

400PM-625PM

WILSN 402

EDUC 0552-501 (31101)

EDU PLAN & EVAL:MIDDLE SCHOOL

3.00

S. Guy

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0553-501 (31102)

EDUC PLAN & EVAL:SECONDARY SCH

3.00

S. Guy

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0554-501 (31103)

EDUC PLAN & EVAL:MID/SEC SCH

3.00

S. Guy

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0567-501 (31106)

IAPP (SEVERE SPEC NEEDS)

3.00

L. Basile

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 204

EDUC 0570-501 (31109)

SP-LANG PROB-SP NDS CH

3.00

L. Basile

Mon

400PM-625PM

BATES 118

GRADUATE COURSES


WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

EDUC 0571-501 (31107)

IAPP (MODERATE SPEC NEEDS)

3.00

L. Basile

Wed

630PM-915PM

PAR 204

EDUC 0577-501 (31111)

LRNG DISABIL./INSTR STRAT.

3.00

B. Conners

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 314

EDUC 0578-501 (31113)

CLSSRM MGT:STU/BEHAV/EMOT/PRB

3.00

H. Eberwein

Thu

630PM-915PM

WILSN 300 WILSN 401

EDUC 0580-501 (31115)

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

3.00

J. Cantillo

Tue

630PM-915PM

EDUC 0580-502 (31117)

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

3.00

N. Hidalgo

Thu

400PM-625PM

WILSN 314

EDUC 0587-501 (31118)

INST PRA:MAT&CLSRM PRC:MID/SEC

3.00

Staff

Thu

630PM-915PM

PAR 109

630PM-915PM

BATES 03

EDUC 0596-501 (31122)

SEM:REC DEV-COMP IN ED

3.00

J. Morrow

Tue

EDUC 0596-502 (31123)

SEM:REC DEV-COMP IN ED(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Belisle

ONLINE

EDUC 0601-501 (31125)

SCHL ORAL/WRIT. LIT PRACT.

3.00

B. Godin Conz

Wed

400PM-625PM

BATES 111

EDUC 0604-501 (31126)

THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

3.00

Staff

Tue

630PM-915PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0611-501 (31127)

ORG & ADMIN OF MID SCHLS

3.00

R. Gazda

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 319

EDUC 0612-501 (31128)

ORG & ADMIN OF ELEM SCHLS

3.00

R. Gazda

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 319

EDUC 0613-501 (31129)

ORG & ADMIN OF SEC SCHLS

3.00

R. Gazda

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 319

EDUC 0621-501 (31130)

SUPERVISION IN THE SCHOOLS

3.00

J. Flanders

Thu

630PM-915PM

WILSN 314

EDUC 0622-501 (31131)

CASE STUDIES/MID & SEC

3.00

N. Athas

Mon

630PM-915PM

PAR 205

EDUC 0623-501 (31132)

PRACTICUM II: READING TEACHER

3.00

S. Berkowitz

Thu

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0623 - Approval of Dr. Berkowitz required EDUC 0630-501 (31135)

SCHOOL COMMUNITY RELATIONS

3.00

T. McDowell

Mon

630PM-915PM

PAR 208

EDUC 0632-501 (31136)

RESEARCH IN EDUCATION

3.00

S. Leibowitz

Thu

400PM-625PM

WILSN 400

EDUC 0633-501 (31137)

SOC CULTURAL THEOR:FOUND OF ED

3.00

J. Nowicki

Mon

400PM-625PM

WILSN 300

EDUC 0633-502 (31138)

SOC CULTURAL THEOR:FOUND OF ED

3.00

J. Nowicki

Tue

500PM-745PM

BATES 225

EDUC 0636-501 (31139)

SCHOOL LEGAL THEORIES & PRACT.

3.00

P. Mazza

Tue

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0643-501 (31140)

ISS&CONC/YNG CHILD’S NDS

3.00

EDUC 0645-501 (31133)

PRAC I:CLIN EXP RDING ELEM

M. Curro

Thu

630PM-915PM

BATES 214

S. Berkowitz

Thu

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

6.00

S. Berkowitz

Thu

400PM-625PM

PAR 109

EDUC 0645 - Approval of Dr. Berkowitz required EDUC 0646-501 (31134)

PRAC I:CLIN EXP RDNG SEC

EDUC 0646 - Approval of Dr. Berkowitz required EDUC 0648-501 (31141)

DIAG OF RDNG ABILITIES

3.00

J. Roselli

Thu

630PM-915PM

WILSN 317

EDUC 0657-501 (31142)

APPL LING:TCHING RDNG

3.00

R. Peach

Tue

400PM-625PM

WILSN 300

EDUC 0661-501 (31143)

STORYTELLING & LIT/YNG. CHLD

3.00

L. DiMartino

Tue

400PM-625PM

ELY 341

EDUC 0665-501 (31144)

CONS & PREVENT/LEARNING PROB

3.00

G. Little

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 300

English UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ENGL 0102-501 (31218)

ENGLISH COMP II*

3.00

G. Neikirk

Tue

630PM-915PM

BATES 118

ENGL 0211-501 (31220)

BRITISH LIT.1603-1780*

3.00

S. Adams

Tue

630PM-915PM

BATES 223

ENGL 0217-501 (31221)

AMERICAN LIT SINCE 1865*

3.00

K. Knotts

Wed

630PM-915PM

BATES 111

ENGL 0221-501 (31222)

WORLD LIT TO 1750*

3.00

L. O’Brien

Thu

630PM-915PM

BATES 111

ENGL 0338-501 (31466)

YOUNG ADULT LIT IN ELA CLASS

3.00

S. Sarigianides

Mon

400PM-625PM

BATES 221

ENGL 0348-501 (31467)

HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANG

3.00

M. Sandidge

Thu

500PM-745PM

BATES 113

ENGL 0527-501 (31381)

CONTEMP CROSS-CULTURAL LIT

3.00

L. Caton

Tue/Thu

345PM-500PM

BATES 214

ENGL 0538-501 (31223)

YOUNG ADULT LIT IN ELA CLASS

3.00

S. Sarigianides

Mon

400PM-625PM

BATES 221

GRADUATE COURSES

ENGL 0548-501 (31383)

HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANG

3.00

M. Sandidge

Thu

500PM-745PM

BATES 113

ENGL 0583-501 (31384)

TEACHING WRITING

3.00

B. Rothermel

Wed

400PM-625PM

BATES 210

ENGL 0583-502 (31385)

TEACHING WRITING

3.00

B. Rothermel

Thu

400PM-625PM

BATES 210

ENGL 0631-501 (31464)

ST: STUDIES IN AMERICAN LIT

3.00

M. Filas

Tue

630PM-915PM

BATES 123

ENGL 0633-501 (31465)

ST: MODERNISM: A GLOBAL PERSP.

3.00

L. Caton

Mon

630PM-915PM

BATES 123

17


18

WINTER/SPRING 2011

Ethnic and Gender Studies UNDERGRADUATE COURSES EGST 0205-501 (31342)

INTRO TO GBLT STUDIES*

3.00

M. Hennessy

Wed

600PM-930PM

MOD 105

EGST 0210-501 (31343)

US LATINO/A LITERATURES*

3.00

E. Morales-Diaz

Mon

600PM-930PM

WILSN 316

EGST 0230-501 (31344)

ST:WHEN EAST MEETS WEST

3.00

L. Liu

Tue

600PM-930PM

MOD 105

530PM-815PM

WILSN 130

Geography­Regional Planning UNDERGRADUATE COURSES GARP 0101-501 (31217)

WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY*

3.00

Staff

GARP 0102-501 (31226)

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY W/LAB*

4.00

B. Conz

Tue

GARP 0105-501 (31215)

INTRO COMMUNITY PLANNING-ONL*

3.00

S. Kelly

ONLINE

GARP 0317-501 (31216)

ST: TOPICS IN GIS(ONLINE)

3.00

P. Guiberson

ONLINE

3.00

M. Anciello

Mon

630PM-915PM

BATES 212

630PM-915PM

BATES 210

History UNDERGRADUATE COURSES HIST 0102-501 (30427)

WESTERN EXPERIENCE II*

HIST 0132-501 (30428)

U.S.HISTORY SINCE 1865*

3.00

F. Harling

Tue

HIST 0213-501 (30432)

WORLD HIST. TO 16TH CENT.-ONL

3.00

M. Abate

ONLINE

HIST 0260-501 (30429)

U.S.HISTORY 1877-1932

3.00

M. Konig

Thu

630PM-915PM

BATES 212

HIST 0270-501 (30430)

PROBLEMS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

3.00

J. Dempsey

Wed

630PM-915PM

BATES 212

READINGS:AMERICA 1815-1914

3.00

N. Aieta

Tue

630PM-915PM

BATES 212

400PM-625PM

WILSN 416

GRADUATE COURSES HIST 0605-501 (30431)

Mathematics 

 

 

 

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES MATH 0108-501 (31192)

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS*

3.00

Staff

Mon

MATH 0108-502 (31227)

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS- ONL*

3.00

M. Jaiclin

ONLINE

3.00

M. Bardwell

ONLINE

MATH EXPLORATIONS*

3.00

L. Clark

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 416

SA:SEM MATH FOR ELEM SCHOOL

3.00

C. Von Renesse

Tue

400PM-625PM

WILSN 304

MATH 108- Is a 7 wk. course-01/18/11-03/11/11 MATH 0108-503 (31228)

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS-ONL*

MATH 108- Is a 7 wk. course-03/21/11-05/09/11 MATH 0110-501 (31194) GRADUATE COURSES MATH 0609-501 (31349)

MATH 0609 - Course by special arrangement

Movement Science UNDERGRADUATE COURSES MOVP 0100-501 (31354)

INTRO TO EXERCISE SCIENCE*

3.00

D. Laing

Tue

630PM-915PM

WDWRD 234

MOVP 0100-502 (31353)

INTRO TO EXERCISE SCIENCE*

3.00

W. Keller

Thu

400PM-625PM

WDWRD 236

MOVP 0211-501 (31355)

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN

4.00

E. Mello

Mon/Wed

630PM-1030PM

WILSN 130

PHYS ED IN ELEM SCHOOL

3.00

K. Stanne

Mon

400PM-625PM

WDWRD 235

MOVP 0620-502 (31361)

CURR ISS IN PHYS EDUC

3.00

D. Schwartz

Tue

630PM-1030PM

WDWRD 233

MOVP 0625-501 (31359)

BIOMECHANICS

3.00

H. Noun

Wed

400PM-625PM

WDWRD 233

MOVP 0630-502 (31360)

CURR DEV IN PHYS EDUC

3.00

K. Stanne

Wed

630PM-1030PM

WDWRD 233

MOVP 0211 – Course also meets Wilson 134 MOVP 0301-501 (31358) GRADUATE COURSES


WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

19

Philosophy UNDERGRADUATE COURSES PHIL 0102-501 (31196)

INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS*

3.00

B. Art

Sat

930AM-1215PM

WILSN 304

PHIL 0104-501 (31195)

GREAT PHIL ISSUES*

3.00

B. Art

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 304

3.00

P. Zampini

ONLINE

WILSN 116

Political Science UNDERGRADUATE COURSES POLS 0105-550 (31253)

LAW,COURTS & POLITICS(ONLINE)*

Begins March 21, 2010 through May 9, 2010

Psychology UNDERGRADUATE COURSES PSYC 0105-501 (31149)

RESEARCH METH IN PSYC(ONLINE)

3.00

S. Dutch

ONLINE

PSYC 0200-501 (31256)

INDUSTRIAL&ORGANIZ PSYC(ONLINE)

3.00

J. Szpiler

ONLINE

PSYC 0303-502 (31257)

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

3.00

R. Dube

Thu

630PM-915PM

PSYC 0312-501 (31153)

PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCH(ONLINE)

3.00

S. Jackson

W

630PM-915PM

WILSN 116

PSYC 0316-501 (31154)

PSYCH OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

3.00

V. Powers-Lagac

Tue

630PM-915PM

WILSN 116

630PM-915PM

WILSN 109

PSYC 0336-501 (31260)

PSYCH OF THE FAMILY

3.00

T. Kiefer

Tue

PSYC 0353-501 (31261)

ST: FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Simpson

ONLINE

PSYC 0355-501 (31262)

ST: CE IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY

3.00

P. Heick

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 116A

GRADUATE COURSES PSYC 0605-501 (31386)

PSYCHPATHOLOGY:DIAG/TRMT/CHILD

3.00

K. Tobin

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 109

PSYC 0610-501 (31393)

PRINC &PRACT/PSYC TESTING

3.00

T. Nolan

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 116A

PSYC 0615-501 (31395)

PSYCHOPATHLGY:DIAG/TRTMNT/ADUL

3.00

J. Skowron

Thu

600PM-845PM

WILSN 116A

PSYC 0623-501 (31397)

ADVANCED COUNSELING

3.00

A. Costin

Mon

400PM-625PM

WILSN 317

PSYC 0624-501 (31398)

ADVANCED COUNSELING W/SUPERV

4.00

A. Costin

Mon

400PM-625PM

WILSN 317

PSYC 0635-501 (31399)

CRISIS INTERVEN/COMMUN&SCHLS

3.00

A. Vengrove

Tue

400PM-625PM

WILSN 112

PSYC 0647-501 (31400)

AUTISM & DEV. DISABILITIES

3.00

S. Kay

Wed

400PM-625PM

WILSN 300

PSYC 0649-501 (31401)

BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS

3.00

J. Reyes

Tue

600PM-845PM

WILSN 116A

Tue

500PM-745PM

WILSN 317

PSYC 0651-501 (31402)

SNGL SUBJ RSRCH METH & DESIGN

3.00

P. Heick

PSYC 0672-501 (31403)

THESIS II:APPL BEHAV ANALYSIS

3.00

J. Reyes

PSYC 0672- Course by special arrangement. Permission required. PSYC 0675-501 (31404)

APP THEOR. & PRAC:PROF. ORIENT

PSYC 0690-501 (31405)

INTERNSHIP (LMHC)

4.00

T. Nolan

Tue

630PM-915PM

WILSN 112

A. Costin

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 112

A. Costin

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 112

A. Costin

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 112

PSYC 0690 - Permission of instructor required to enroll. PSYC 0691-501 (31406)

PRACT:GUIDANCE N-9

3.00

PSYC 0691 - Permission of instructor required to enroll. PSYC 0692-501 (31407)

PRACT:GUIDANCE 5-12

PSYC 0692 - Permission of instructor required to enroll. PSYC 0694-501 (31408)

PRACT II:APPL BEHAV ANALYSIS

3.00

J. Reyes

3.00

J. Reyes

PSYC 0694 - Permission of instructor required to enroll. PSYC 0696-501 (31409)

PRACT IV:APPL BEHAV ANALYSIS

PSYC 0696 - Permission of instructor required to enroll.

For course descriptions, course changes and any updates, please visit www.wsc.ma.edu/dgce * Common Core Class


20

WINTER/SPRING 2011

Public Administration GRADUATE COURSES CRJU 0624-501 (31174)

ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY

3.00

B. Rizzo

CRJU 0696-501 (31189)

IND STUDY FOR M. P. A.

3.00

Staff

Tue

400PM-625PM

HMC 03

Mon

630PM-915PM

WILSN 401

CRJU 0696 - Permission of instructor required. GARP 0515-501 (31340)

CITY PLANNING THEO/PRAC APPLIC

3.00

M. Bull

GARP 0599-501 (31188)

IND STUDY IN GARP

3.00

Staff

3.00

Staff

GARP 0599 - Permission of instructor required. MGMT 0599-501 (31190)

IND STUDY/NON-PROFIT MGMT

MGMT 0599 - Permission of instructor required. PADM 0608-501 (31186)

ORG BEHAV NPFT AND PUB ORG

3.00

C. Daniel

Tue

630PM-915PM

WILSN 400

PADM 0610-501 (31187)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

3.00

R. Merchant

Wed

630PM-915PM

WILSN 400

630PM-915PM

ELY 339

140PM-420PM

WILSN 109

PADM 0629-501 (31347)

PUB. REL. MRKT. FOR NONPFT ORG

3.00

T. Gardner

Wed

PADM 0630-501 (31185)

PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS(ONLINE)

3.00

D. Smailes

ONLINE

PADM 0690-501 (31191)

SA:CAPSTONE

3.00

Staff

PADM 0690 - Course by special arrangement. Permission required.

Social Work UNDERGRADUATE COURSES SOCW 0103-501 (31207)

INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

ONLINE

SOCW 0342-501 (31376)

GNRLST PRAC WITH INDIVIDUALS

3.00

K. Walsh

Fri

SOCW 0512-501 (31200)

RESEARCH II(ONLINE)

3.00

Staff

ONLINE

SOCW 0512-502 (31201)

RESEARCH II

3.00

Staff

SOCW 0522-501 (31202)

HUMAN BEHAV. & SOC. ENVIRON II

3.00

K. Walsh

Mon

515PM-700PM

MOD 105

SOCW 0522-502 (31203)

HUMAN BEHAV. & SOC. ENVIRON II

3.00

K. Walsh

Mon

715PM-900PM

MOD 105

SOCW 0531-501 (31204)

SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY ANALYSIS

3.00

Staff

Thu

715PM-900PM

MOD 105

GRADUATE COURSES

SOCW 0542-501 (31205)

GENERALIST PRACTICE II

3.00

R. Kersting

Mon

515PM-700PM

MOD 106

SOCW 0542-502 (31206)

GENERALIST PRACTICE II

3.00

R. Kersting

Mon

715PM-900PM

MOD 106

SOCW 0562-501 (31274)

FOUNDATION PRACTICUM II

4.00

M. Horwitz

Thu

515PM-700PM

MOD 105

SOCW 0562-502 (31275)

FOUNDATION PRACTICUM II

4.00

J. Mildred

Thu

515PM-700PM

MOD 110

Sociology UNDERGRADUATE COURSES SOCI 0202-501 (31199)

RACE & ETHNIC RELAT(ONLINE)*

3.00

G. Aquino

ONLINE

SOCI 0307-501 (31269)

SOCIAL PROBLEMS(ONLINE)

3.00

L. Zayac

ONLINE

SOCI 0314-501 (31197)

COLLECTIVE BEHAVIOR(ONLINE)

3.00

N. Mangaliso

ONLINE

3.00

H. Viera

ONLINE

World Language Studies  UNDERGRADUATE COURSES LSPA 0101-501 (31348)

SPANISH I(ONLINE)

For course descriptions, course changes and any updates, please visit www.wsc.ma.edu/dgce * Common Core Class


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WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

SPRING 2011 REGISTRATION FORM

Westfield State University Graduate and Continuing Education 333 Western Avenue Westfield MA 01086

Phone (413) 572-8020

$50 Early Payment Discount until December 10!

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or

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City

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State

Prior education completed: ! High School Graduate ! Associate’s Degree ! Bachelor’s Degree ! Master’s Degree ! CAGS

Home Phone: Work Phone: Cell Phone:

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SEC. # 501

COURSE # EDUC 0123

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Ethnicity ! Not Hispanic or Latino ! Hispanic or Latino Race: Please " all that apply. ! American Indian or Alaskan Native ! Asian ! Black or African American ! Cape Verdean ! Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander ! White

Zip Date of Birth:  

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Have you been officially accepted into a program at WSU? ! No, Non-Matriculated ! Yes, check one below ! Undergraduate ! Post-Baccalaureate ! Graduate ! CAGS

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Veteran ! Yes ! No

COURSE TITLE

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TIMES

! I agree to abide by the University regulations including those governing payment of tuition and withdrawal from class.

PAYMENT INFORMATION I receive a tuition waiver (form must be attached; no retroactive credit allowed) Type of waiver: ___________________________ (i.e., voucher, state employee, senior) I use the following payment method (authorization form must be attached): Financial Aid ____ Delayed Payment Program ____ Third Party Payment ____ Approved and wish to file for Federal Veterans Benefits Chapter # Approved for Mass Veterans tuition waiver program

UNDER 15 CREDITS

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Total UG Credits ____ x $85 per credit tuition=

$

(out-of-state* $95/int’l $95)

Total G Credits ____ x $105 per credit tuition=

$

(out-of-state* $115/int’l $115) (Social Work fee $210/cr.)

Total Credits_____x $115 per credit instructional fee =

$

Registration Fee (non-refundable)

$

75.00

(per session)

Educational Service Fee (non-refundable after semester start)

$

75.00

(per session)

Health Insurance (circle one) PURCHASE WAIVE

$______1067.00_____ (to waive, see page 4)

Other Fees* or Discount

$_________________

Total

$

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WINTER/SPRING 2011

Common Core Of Studies The Common Core of Studies is divided into 5 sections (Humanities, Social Science, Mathematics/Applied Analytical Reasoning, Science, and Diversity) each having its own sub-categories. HUMANITIES SECTION (18 credits, 6 from each area): English Composition (6 credits) [CMP] ENGL 0101 & 0102 English Composition I and II ENGL 0105 & 0110 English Composition I and II (HNRS) Literary & Philosophical Analysis (6 credits) [LPA] EDUC 0207 Philosophy of Education EGST 0210 US Latino/a Literatures ENGL 0210 British Literature to 1603 ENGL 0211 British Literature 1603-1780 ENGL 0212 British Lit from 1780 to the Present ENGL 0213 Major British Writers ENGL 0215 Major American Writers ENGL 0216 American Literature to 1865 ENGL 0217 American Literature since 1865 ENGL 0221 World Literature I ENGL 0222 World Literature II ENGL 0228 Introduction to Shakespeare LFRE 0201 Reading French Texts LLIT 0201 Women Writers of Americas: Global LLIT 0202 Women Writers of Americas: US LLIT 0210 Studies in Literature of Africa LLIT 0220 Studies in European Cultures LLIT 0310 Studies in Hispanic Civilization LSPA 0201 Reading Spanish Texts MATH 0216 Studies in Literature of Mathematics PHIL 0101 Intro to Social & Political Philosophy PHIL 0102 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 0104 Great Philosophical Issues PHIL 0109 Intro to Philosophy of Religion PHIL 0110 Intro to Philosophy of Science PHIL 0211 Asian Philosophy THEA 0260 Script Analysis & Interpretation Appreciation of the Arts (6 credits) [AAPP] ART 0104 Design Fundamentals ART 0106 ART 0107 ART 0108 ART 0206 ART 0354 COMM 0245 ENGL 0240 ENGL/COMM 0108 MUSC 0101 MUSC 0104 MUSC 0110 MUSC 0160 THEA 0104 THEA 0121 THEA 0151 THEA 0261 THEA 0262 THEA 0263

Art Survey I Art Survey II Intro to Computer Graphics Intro. To Elec. Publication Design Women Artists of Western World The Silent Film Cultural Studies Introduction to Film Music Appreciation World Music Basic Music Theory History of Jazz Introduction to Theatre Acting Styles and Periods Introduction to Performance Theatre History: Early Stages Theatre History: Ren. to Romant. Theatre History: The Mod. Stage

SOCIAL SCIENCE SECTION (12 credits required; at least 3 credits must be from the U. S. History & Government area): U. S. History and Government (at least 3 credits) [HSGV] HIST 0131 U.S. History and Gov’t to 1865 HIST 0132 U.S. History & Gov’t, 1865-Present POLS 0101 American National Government POLS 0103 State and Local Government Social Understanding (maximum 9 credits) [SOCU] CAIS 0101 Computers and Society COMM 0101 Introduction to Mass Communication CRJU 0101 Introduction to Criminal Justice ECON 0101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 0102 Principles of Microeconomics EDUC 0220 Schools in American Culture EGST 0208 Hip Hop Cultures EGST 0209 Images of Black and Brown GARP 0101 World Regional Geography GARP 0105 Introduction to Community Planning HIST 0101 HIST 0102 LANG 0210 LCUL 0220 POLS 0105 POLS 0209 PSYC 0101 SOCI 0101

Western Experience I Western Experience II Language, Culture & Society Envisioning the Americas Law, Courts, and Politics International Relations Introduction to Psychology Principles of Sociology

MATHEMATICS/APPLIED ANALYTICAL REASONING SECTION (6 credits required; 3 credits must be from the Traditional Mathematics area): Traditional Mathematics (at least 3 credits) [TMTH] MATH 0104 Pre-calculus MATH 0105 Calculus I MATH 0106 Calculus II MATH 0108 Elementary Statistics MATH 0110 Mathematical Explorations MATH 0111 Mathematical Applications MATH 0115 Math for Business & Social Sciences MATH 0150 Foundations: Mathematical Reasoning MATH 0251 Foundations: Geometry MATH 0252 Foundations: Probability & Statistics MATH 0253 Foundations: Number Systems Applied Analytical Reasoning [ARSN] BIOL 0123 Math Methods in Natural Sciences CAIS 0117 Intro Computer Programming: BASIC CAIS 0120 Computer Science Program Design CRJU 0313 Quantitative Methods in Criminal Justice ECON 0204 Intro to Mathematical Economics ECON 0305 Introduction to Econometric Methods GARP 0346 Quantitative Methods PHIL 0103 Symbolic Logic I PHIL 0206 Symbolic Logic II SCIENCE SECTION (7 credits; 4 must be a Lab. Science): Laboratory Science (at least 4 credits) [LSCI] BIOL 0102 Environmental Biology BIOL 0104 Human Biology BIOL 0106 Biology Today


WESTFIELD STATE UNIVERSITY

BIOL 0237 CHEM 0101 CHEM 0103 CHEM 0109 CHEM 0111 GARP 0102 GEOL 0101 GNSC 0101 PHSC 0101 PHSC 0115 PHSC 0117 PHSC 0125 PHSC 0127 Allied Science [ASCI] ASTR 0101 ASTR 0121 GARP 0206 GEOL 0102 GEOL 0106 GEOL 0124 MOVP 0100

Human Anatomy and Physiology I Introduction to Chemistry Chemistry of the Life Sciences General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Physical Geography Physical Geology Physical Science Introduction to Physics General Physics I General Physics II Physics I Physics II Astronomy Life in the Universe Climate Change Physical Geology (no laboratory) Historical Geology Geological Hazards Introduction to Exercise Science

DIVERSITY SECTION (6 credits, 3 credits from each area) Global Diversity [GDIV] ART 0333 Early 20th Century Art ART 0357 Islamic Art COMM 0213 Global Film Studies COMM 0222 Intercultural Communication COMM 0306 International Communication EGST 0102 Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies EGST 0206 Intro to Islamic Studies EGST 0211 Indian Cinema: Gender and Identity EGST 0213 Contemporary Issues in Islamic Studies EGST 0217 Culture and Personality ENGL 0221 World Literature I ENGL 0222 World Literature II ENGL 0224 World Ethnic Literature ENGL 0287 World Drama ENGL 0326 Women Writers ENGL 0327 Contemporary Cross-Cultural Lit GARP 0210 Cultural Geography HIST 0215 Intro to Middle East, Africa & Asia LARA 0102 Arabic II LCHI 0102 Chinese II LCHI 0103 Intermediate Chinese LCUL 0201 Women in the Hispanic World LCUL 0220 Envisioning the Americas LARA 0102 Arabic II LCHI 0102 Chinese II LFRE 0102 French II LFRE 0103 French III LFRE 0104 French IV LFRE 0201 LFRE 0205 LFRE 0305 LLIT 0201 LLIT 0210

Reading French Texts Speaking& Writing French: Intermediate Speaking & Writing French: Advanced Women Writers of Americas: Global Studies in Literature of Africa

LLIT 0220 LLIT 0310 LSPA 0102 LSPA 0103 LSPA 0104 LSPA 0201 LSPA 0215 LSPA 0315 MGMT 0338 MUSC 0104 PHIL 0217 POLS 0209

Studies in European Cultures Studies in Hispanic Civilization Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV Reading Spanish Texts Speaking &Writing Spanish: Intermediate Speaking &Writing Spanish: Advanced International Business World Music Political Philosophy and Film International Relations

United States Diversity [UDIV] ART 0358 African American Art COMM 0212 Film and Gender CRJU 0312 Women in the Criminal Justice System ECON 0304 Urban Economics EDUC 0380 Multicultural Education EGST 0101 Intro to Comparative Ethnic Studies EGST 0203 Intro to African American Exp. EGST 0204 Intro to Latino/a Studies EGST 0205 Intro to GLBT Studies EGST 0208 Hip Hop Cultures EGST 0209 Images of Black and Brown EGST 0216 Deviance and Culture EGST 0220 Religion, Gender and Society EGST 0221 Women in Modern Organizations ENGL 0240 Cultural Studies ENGL 0324 Black American Literature ENGL 0328 Ethnic Literature of the U.S. GARP 0204 Housing in America HIST 0263 U.S. Women’s History HIST 0264 African American History HIST 0265 The Minority Experience HIST 0275 African-Amer Hist/Civil Rights since 1865 LANG 0210 Language, Culture & Society LCUL 0210 Hispanic Cultures in the U. S. LLIT 0202 Women Writers of the Americas: U.S. MOVP 0325 Women and Sport MUSC 0160 History of Jazz SOCI 0202 Race and Ethnic Relations

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