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1 400 The Fenway Boston, Massachusetts 02115 www.emmanuel.edu Arts and Sciences Office of Admissions 6177359715 6177359801 fax enrollemmanuel.edu Graduate and Professional Programs 6177359700 61750

2 Table of Contents Table of Contents About Emmanuel College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Biostatistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Business and Economics . . . . . . . . .

Table of Contents 3 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 Developmental Psychology. . . . .

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Emmanuel College 5 Emmanuel College Mission To educate students in a dynamic learning community rooted in the liberal arts and sciences and shaped by strong ethical values, a commitment to social ju

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Emmanuel College 7 General Academic Requirements General Information for Arts and Sciences The Curriculum The Arts and Sciences undergraduate pro gram requires a minimum of 128 credit hours of stud

8 Emmanuel College Foundation Skills This requirement ensures that students have the foundational skills for learning at the college level, for lifelong learning and for functioning in a diverse and

Table of Contents Index Emmanuel College 9 3. Social Analysis SA Requirement two courses from two different disciplines The twocourse requirement in this domain consists of courses that present and

10 Emmanuel College and good from evil, or in the broader sense in which the subject matter of moral reasoning is the good life itself, especially the virtues discussed by philosophers for centuries,

Emmanuel College Accounting B.A. in accounting Minor in accounting American Studies B.A. in American studies with concentration in American cultural studies B.A. in American studies with concentration

12 Emmanuel College B.A. in political science with concentration in American politics and government Minor in political science Psychology B.A. in psychology with concentration in developmental psych

Special Academic Opportunities 13 Special Academic Opportunities General Information for Arts and Sciences Colleges of the Fenway COF Emmanuel and five of its neighboring collegesMassachusetts Coll

14 Special Academic Opportunities in the clinical setting by a qualified pro fessional. Ordinarily, no more than four to eight credits are accepted from internships toward fulfillment of the undergra

Special Academic Opportunities To be eligible for semester study abroad, students must Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 Have a clear disciplinary record for at least the semester precedi

16 Admissions Admissions General Information for Arts and Sciences Office of Admissions Emmanuel College 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 USA Phone 6177359715 Fax 6177359801 Email enrollemmanuel.edu

Admissions 17 The College offers a variety of application programs. Please contact the Office of Admissions for assistance in selecting the program that is best for you. Application Deadline Novembe

18 Admissions College and entitle students to credit hours equivalent to at least one course. C. Transfer students are expected to fulfill the regular requirements for the degree and successfully com

Admissions students may also submit additional examples of personal expression that may serve to enhance their application Official or certified true copies of all secondary school transcripts in Engl

20 Academic Regulations Academic Regulations General Information for Arts and Sciences Registration With the advice of their academic advisors, students register online through Student Planning fac

Academic Regulations 21 Academic Integrity Policy Emmanuel College is an educational com munity committed to academic integrity, ethics and trust. All members of this com munity share in the respons

22 Academic Regulations Should the original grade have resulted in the student being placed on academic probation, the new grade will not affect that status. It is the students responsibility to subm

Academic Regulations written request of students or graduates at a cost of 5 per transcript. or institution attended and other similar information. Some or all of this information may be published in

24 Academic Regulations a reliable history of varicella documented by a health care provider. Meningitis vaccine one dose of either Menactra or Menveo within the past five years or after the age of

Academic Regulations Association or be involved in a leadership position in student activities. The student may be placed in a course designed to support academic success. Academic Dismissal If the st

26 Academic Regulations Graduation Rates General Information for Arts and Sciences Public Law 101524 The Student Rightto Know and Campus Security Act requires all institutions of higher education re

Academic Regulations Distinction in the Field of Concentration To receive distinction in the field of concen tration, a student must earn a 3.5 grade point average in major courses and success fully c

28 Academic Support Services Academic Support Services General Information for Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Program The Academic Advising program provides a comprehensive framework within wh

Academic Support Services The ARC also offers professional Academic, Writing and Math Specialists to address particular student needs. Academic Special ists provide coaching and study skills assis tan

30 Academic Support Services Library Services General Information for Arts and Sciences The Cardinal Cushing Library is dedicated to supporting academic excellence at Emmanuel. Our professional libr

Student Life 31 Student Life General Information for Arts and Sciences Emmanuel College is located in the heart of Boston, a city rich in history and culture. Emmanuel College students experience ex

32 Student Life competition and high academic standards, providing students with a physical, mental, and social readiness in a safe, sportsman like, and challenging environment. Emmanuel College is a

Student Life that embraces the Gospel ethic that inspires us to seek social justice and to live compassionately. Informed by the charism of the Congregation of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, that

34 Student Life psychiatrist, graduate interns, and an office managertriage coordinator. The Center provides referrals to outside therapists and psychiatrists for longerterm treatment and consults wi

Student Life Resident Assistants who are student leaders that live with the residents and are dedi cated to supporting residents with their per sonal and academic concerns. Student Activities and Mult

36 Finances and Financial Aid Finances and Financial Aid General Information for Arts and Sciences Emmanuel College is committed to providing students with a quality education at an affordable cost.

Finances and Financial Aid 37 Deposits New students at the time of acceptance are required to make a 300 tuition deposit that is credited toward the initial semester tuition charges. Incoming studen

38 Finances and Financial Aid invitations, diploma and participating in the graduation ceremony. Credit Card Credit card payments can be made online via EC Online Services www.mysaints. emmanuel.edu

Finances and Financial Aid Private Student and Parent Education Loans The student is the primary borrower for most private student loans. However, most students will require a creditworthy cosigner do

40 Finances and Financial Aid applications continue to be processed on a rolling basis after this date. Emmanuel College does not require the CSSFinancial Aid Profile. In order to complete the 201720

Finances and Financial Aid 41 Annual Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan Limits Grade Freshman 031 credits Sophomore 3263 credits JuniorSenior 64 credits Dependent Student 5,500 6,500 7,500 In

42 Finances and Financial Aid FWS is not deducted from the tuition bill. Student employment positions are posted beginning in the summer and updated throughout the year. Please see page 46 for more i

Finances and Financial Aid To renew merit scholarships, students must maintain the cumulative grade point average GPA listed above by their third fulltime semester. Students who do not achieve the cum

44 Finances and Financial Aid Students are solely responsible for maintain ing their academic progress those who have not done so will be notified of their ineligi bility for financial aid during the

Finances and Financial Aid forwarded to Emmanuel College for consid eration. Emmanuel College must have a complete admissions application in addition to the Tuition Exchange Program Application no lat

46 Finances and Financial Aid budget may be recalculated. If this results in a change of financial aid eligibility, the stu dent will be notified with a revised Financial Aid Award Letter. The follow

Finances and Financial Aid Treatment of Title IV Aid When a Student Withdraws The law specifies how your school must de termine the amount of Title IV program as sistance that you earn if you withdraw

48 Finances and Financial Aid Tuition Refund Insurance General Information for Arts and Sciences Tuition refund insurance is available through GradGuard to help protect your in vestment if the stude

49 General Information for Arts and Sciences 20172018 Academic Catalog

50 Accounting Accounting Patricia Clarke, Ph.D. Chair The accounting major provides the student with a thorough preparation in the the ory and practice of accounting, a body of knowledge in manageme

Accounting 51 B.A. in Accounting Requirements for Major ACCT1201 ACCT2201 ACCT2203 ACCT2204 ACCT2206 ACCT3203 ACCT3296 ACCT3411 ACCT3413 ACCT4201 ECON1101 Financial Accounting QA Managerial Accounti

52 American Studies American Studies Andrea McDonnell, Ph.D. Coordinator The American Studies program offers an interdisciplinary approach to understand ing the diverse and dynamic structures, exper

American Studies 53 B.A. in American Studies with Concentration in American Cultural Studies Requirements for Concentration Five introductory courses 1. AMST1101 Introduction to American 2. ART1203

54 American Studies B.A. in American Studies with Concentration in American Politics and Society Requirements for Concentration Five introductory courses 1. AMST1101 Introduction to American 2. ART1

American Studies 55 Minor in American Studies The American Studies minor offers students an introduction to the rigors of interdisci plinary study while serving as an excellent complement to traditi

56 Art Art Erich Doubek, M.F.A. Chair The art department offers programs in studio art, graphic design, art therapy, art history and art education. Through a broad studio and art history experience,

Art 57 The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for students in the Studio Art major is the Senior Studio ART4417 course along with the noncredit senior thesis and exhibition requirement.

58 Art Minor in Art History Requirements for Minor ART1201 Survey of Art I ART1202 Survey of Art II Three courses in art history to be selected in consultation with the advisor portfolio and two le

Art of the course instructor and have already successfully completed the core courses ART1401, ART1402, ART1407, ART2403, ART2432, and ART2433. Through the Capstone Experience, students refine a perso

60 Art ART4412 Photography III Pixel to Page Advanced Photography Projects Begin to formulate an identity as an art therapist and learn the roles played in the field through classroom discussions,

Art 61 Teacher Licensure in Visual Art Students who wish to pursue an art education major must major in studio art and minor in education. Two prepractica and a teaching practicum are required. Stud

62 Biology Biology Todd Williams, Ph.D. Chair The biology major at Emmanuel College has three objectives 1 to provide students with an understanding of the fundamental concepts in biology 2 to devel

Biology BIOL2301 Experimental Biology Laboratory Seminar Principles of Chemistry I Principles of Chemistry II Chemical Perspectives Organic Chemistry I BIOL3105 BIOL3137 BIOL3151 BIOL4194 BIOL4195 En

64 Biology Experiential Internships in the Natural Sciences 5. BIOL419495 Research Internships in the Natural Sciences I II Please note this will count as an advanced biology elective with lab 6.7.

Biology 3. BIOL3137 or PSYCH3205 or PSYCH3214 4. BIOL419495 or INT3211 Medical Neuroscience Neuroendocrinology Psychopharmacology Research Internships in the Natural Sciences I and II 65 Requireme

66 Biology Teacher Licensure in Biology Students seeking teacher licensure in biology must complete a major in biology, as well as complete required education courses and student teaching. Education

Biostatistics 67 Biostatistics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Coordinator Biostatistics is the application of statistical techniques to data generated from biolog ical problems. A career in biostatistics i

68 Biostatistics Qualified students may replace CHEM1101 and CHEM1102 with CHEM1103. MATH4194 counts as a 3000level math elective for a B.S. in Biostatistics if the entire twosemester internship seq

Business and Economics 69 Business and Economics Patricia Clarke, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Business and Economics offers a major in management, economics, and accounting, and minors in economic

70 Business and Economics and final papers and projects may be shared with Business and Economics Department faculty. B.A. in Management Requirements for Major ACCT1201 ACCT2201 ECON1101 Financial A

Business and Economics 71 B.A. in Management with Concentration in Sport Management In addition to courses required for the man agement major, students take 12 credits from courses listed below. The

72 Business and Economics Requirements for Management Majors Principles of Microeconomics ECON1103 Principles of Macroeconomics SA ECON2101 History of Economic Thought Three additional economics cour

Chemistry 73 Chemistry Aren Gerdon, Ph.D. Chair Chemistry is the basic science that deals with the composition and transformation of matter. Scientific, medical and technological phenomena ultimatel

Chemistry CHEM2101 CHEM2102 CHEM2104 CHEM3105 CHEM3106 CHEM4160 MATH1111 MATH1112 PHYS2201 Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry II Analytical Chemistry Physical Chemistry I Physical Chemistry II Sen

Chemistry 75 Distinction in the Field Distinction in the field of chemistry requires the completion of two semesters of CHEM41944196 Research Intern ships in the Natural Sciences, a public presentat

Education Education Sister Karen Hokanson, SND, Ed.D. Chair The education program at Emmanuel College is a licensure program that prepares stu dents for teaching in the elementary, middle and seconda

Education the curriculum materials the richness of the cultures and heritage of the students they teach. Develop curricula which deepens learners appreciation for American civic culture, its underlyi

Education students readiness for the student teaching practicum Note Any student who does not achieve passing scores on the required subject matter MTEL will NOT be admitted into student teaching. Cho

Education GEDUC471 GEDUC472 GEDUC476 GEDUC478 English Curriculum Modern Language Curriculum Science Curriculum Mathematics Curriculum Sheltered English Instruction Teaching English Language Learners

Education Education Department Requirements for Students in the Elementary Art PreK8 Licensure Program First Year EDUC1111 The Great American Experiment SA Learning, Teaching and the Elementary Curric

English 81 English Matthew Elliott, Ph.D. Chair The English Department offers students three separate but interrelated majors English, Communication Media Studies, and Writing, Editing and Publishi

English 7. 2000level World Literature one course Students gain an understanding of literature outside of the traditional British and American canons. 8. 2000level Free ENGL Elective or EDUC3318 one co

English 6. 2000level Pre1700 Literature one course ENGL2321 ENGL2402 Love and Gender in British Literature and Film Shakespeare Tragedies, Comedies, Histories and Romances ENGL3703 Critical Theory and

English Teacher Licensure in English Students seeking teacher licensure in English must complete a major in English as well as complete required education courses and student teaching. Education requ

English ENGL2413 African American Literature A Tradition of Resistance AIL Literature of the Black Atlantic AIL American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 1865 AIL Literature and Film AIL Images of Masc

English Recommended Minors The department recommends that, if possible, communication and media stud ies majors complete a minor program in another department. Although any depart ment is relevant, m

English literary canon and theories and practice research at an advanced level. 8. 3000level English department writing workshop 1 course, ENGL3504 Students focus on writing creative nonfiction at an

English ENGL2504 Prose Writing 6. 2000level or above English department writing course one course ENGL2501 ENGL2506 ENGL2507 ENGL2521 ENGL3405 ENGL3501 ENGL3506 ENGL3801 Journalism Poetry Writing Fic

English HIST2130 POLSC2301 ENGL3605 LANG3421 African American History 1865 to the present Politics of Race and Ethnicity in Latin America World Literature and Film Spanish Caribbean Literature 89 Di

90 Gender and Womens Studies Gender and Womens Studies Kimberly Smirles, Ph.D. Coordinator Courses in gender and womens studies provide a focused opportunity to explore, in historical and contempora

History 91 History Jeffrey Fortin, Ph.D. Chair The study of history enables students to understand change and continuity across time in the United States, Europe and the world. Courses survey such t

92 History Gender and Womens Studies HIST1111 HIST1114 An Introduction to East Asian History Creating the Atlantic World Distinction in the Field History Majors who wish to receive dis tinction in t

International Studies 93 International Studies Lenore G. Martin, Ph.D. Chair The International Studies program offers an interdisciplinary major, with the option of concentrating in Diplomacy and Se

94 International Studies Programs of Study for Arts and Sciences 2. Research Methods one course Students study research methods employed in International Studies. HIST2701 or POLSC2701 or SOC2113

International Studies ECON2113 POLSC2409 POLSC1301 95 POLSC1401 SOC2129 The Politics of International Economic Relation Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics Introduction to Internati

96 International Studies Demonstrate an understanding of institu tions, movements, and policies that encour age sustainability and social justice. Students majoring in International Studies with a c

International Studies 97 Elective Courses History HIST1108 HIST1109 HIST1111 HIST1114 HIST2104 HIST2120 HIST2125 HIST2140 World History to 1500 Modern World History An Introduction to East Asian His

98 International Studies HIST3504 From Lenin to Putin A History of the Soviet Union and Its Collapse Darkness in the City of Lights Contrasting Views of Paris in Modern French Literature and Culture

International Studies 99 Minor in Peace Studies The minor in Peace Studies provides students with an opportunity to examine the human problem of violent conflict and possibilities for its resolution

100 Latin American Studies Latin American Studies Javier Marion, Ph.D. Coordinator Students desiring to minor in Latin American Studies must complete a total of five courses selected from three diff

Leadership 101 Leadership Kelly Grant, M.S. Coordinator Emmanuel College offers a minor in organizational leadership, a multidisci plinary program for students who want to learn about leadership gen

102 Mathematics Mathematics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Chair The goal of the mathematics program is to provide a solid theoretical understanding of mathematics and an appreciation of the many applicati

Mathematics MATH2115 MATH3103 MATH3105 MATH3113 MATH4101 MATH4178 MATH4194 MATH4195 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB Probability Advanced Statistics Special Topics in Mathematics Programming in

104 Mathematics Biostatistics Program Biostatistics is an interdisciplinary study with requirements in both the biology and mathematics departments. Students who major in biostatistics will gain a s

Middle East Studies 105 Middle East Studies Lenore G. Martin, Ph.D. Coordinator This minor will prepare students to under stand the history, politics, and culture of Middle East, a critical area in

106 Modern Languages Modern Languages Jos AlvarezFernndez, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Modern Languages offers a variety of language, culture and literature courses designed to enhance lan guage a

Modern Languages literature courses and have senior status. In the Senior Seminar, which is crosslisted with a spring semester 3000level course, students research a chosen topic indepth, make regular

108 Neuroscience Neuroscience Neuroscience at Emmanuel College It has been stated that the human brain may be the single most complex living structure in the world, and therefore requires both a bre

Philosophy 109 Philosophy Michelle Maiese, Ph.D. Chair Philosophy was originally defined by the Greeks as love of wisdom. Wisdom is knowledge that enables us to understand ourselves and our world an

110 Philosophy Distinction in the Field Criteria for distinction include a minimum GPA of 3.5 in their major courses, success ful completion of a research project in the capstone course the Senior S

Political Science 111 Political Science Lenore G. Martin, Ph.D. Chair The Political Science and International Studies Department offers a major in Political Science, with the option of concentrating

Political Science B.A. in Political Science with Concentration in American Politics and Government Requirements for Concentration Six required core courses and five Political Science courses, chosen

Political Science 113 Minor in Political Science Requirements for Minor Introduction to American Politics and Government SA POLSC1301 Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics POLSC1401 In

PreLaw Studies PreLaw Studies There is no single path that will prepare a student for a legal education. Students who are successful in law school and who become accomplished professionals choose var

PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies 115 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies PreMedical Studies describes a suggested curriculum that is a strong preparation for careers in medicine

PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies service setting, physicians office or as an emergency medical technician EMT. Students interested in a career in the dental field are required to have a ce

Psychology 117 Psychology Michael Jarvinen, Ph.D. Chair Psychology is a rich and varied discipline. Dedicated to the scientific study of the complexity and diversity of the mind and behavior, psycho

118 Psychology research design, sampling, data collec tion, data analysis and interpretation. 3. Information and Technological Literacy Students will be proficient in the use of information and techn

Psychology PSYCH2103 PSYCH2105 PSYCH2203 PSYCH2211 PSYCH2405 PSYCH3101 PSYCH3211 PSYCH3601 Relationships, Marriage and the Family SA CrossCultural Psychology SA Social Psychology SA Race, Gender and S

120 Psychology professional schools and research posi tions expect or require significant applied experience. These applied experiences will provide students with the opportunity to synthesize and in

Psychology Many possible career fields increasingly require an understanding of neuroscience. These include healthrelated industries, ele mentary through adult education, biotech nology, law, policy m

122 Sociology Sociology Katrin Kriz, Ph.D. Chair The major in sociology prepares students for life in a global society. Whether students enter the world of work immediately after graduation or go on

Sociology Students who pursue a major in Sociology can choose between four options 1 a B.A. in Sociology without a concentration 2 a B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in social inequality and soc

124 Sociology 4. B.A. in Sociology with a Concentration in Criminology Six sociology core courses and the following requirements for concentration SOC1203 SOC2100 SOC2101 Crime and Justice Law and S

Theater Arts 125 Theater Arts Scott Gagnon, M.A. Program Director Theater Arts may be selected as an individu ally designed major. A minor in Theater Arts is also available. It is also possible to c

126 Theater Arts Minor in Theater Arts Requirements for Minor THTR1101 SPCH1111 The Theater History and Appreciation Public Speaking Voice and Diction Acting Basic Techniques Acting Styles and Genre

Theology and Religious Studies 127 Theology and Religious Studies Jon Paul Sydnor, Ph.D. Chair Because religion plays a central role in human culture, religious literacy is criti cal for anyone wish

128 Theology and Religious Studies The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for Theology and Religious Studies majors is a Directed Research and Seminar course THRS4182. This course is typ

Theology and Religious Studies 129 Minor in Catholic Studies In continuity with the mission of Emmanuel College and of its founding congregation, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, the Catholic Stu

Programs of Study for Arts and Sciences 130 Emmanuel College

Table of Contents Index Course Descriptions 131 Course Descriptions Course numbers 1000 through 1999 are defined as introductory, elementary, and general requirement courses appropriate for firstye

132 Accounting Accounting ACCT1201 Financial Accounting QA At its core, financial accounting converts data into financial information for decision making. The course introduces students to the metho

American Studies ACCT3413 Accounting Information Systems This course focuses on the design, use, evaluation, and control of accounting information systems. Business transactions will include order ent

134 Art Art Art History ART1201 Survey of Art I From Prehistoric to Medieval Art AIA This course is a chronological survey of art from around the world, covering pre historic, ancient and medieval a

Art the late 20th century. The impact of digital photography on photography as art will also be considered. Fall semester. 4 credits ART2215 Modern Art AIA This course is an examination of art trends

136 Art supported by Irish arts organizations with strong ties to Irish political, religious, and social groups. The course will include travel to Ireland during spring break. Spring semester, altern

Art white and in color which expand students visual perception are the focus of the course. Lectures, critiques and museum assignments are an integral part of the course. Fall and spring semesters. 4

138 Art available light control, processing of RAW captured image files, use of Photoshop from a photographers perspective, and maintenance of working color space will be introduced. Fall and spring

Art systems of information with an emphasis on audience, organization, legibility and purpose. Projects will address web and broadcast production of advertising, infor mational graphics, and narrative

140 Art known and new sets of imaging and art making tools to independently conceive and execute an intellectually and visually engag ing series of photobased work. Students will selfpublish visually

Biology 141 Art Therapy ART1301 Introduction to Art Therapy This course is an introduction to the field of art therapy, its history, theoretical perspectives, and applications for various population

142 Biology BIOL1105 Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology SIL This is the first of a twosemester introduc tory biology course intended for, but not limited to, students considering a biolog

Biology projects will be integral parts of this course. Three hours lecture. Fall semester. 4 credits BIOL1215 Introduction to Nutrition SI Introduction to Nutrition provides an understanding of nutri

144 Biology works, but more pragmatically because it gives us information for dealing with the changes both good and bad that have been brought about by human activity on the earth. Air and water pol

Biology Students are encouraged to view the chal lenges of modern biology from scientific, social and ethical viewpoints. Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2018. 4 credits Prerequisite

146 Biology Prerequisites BIOL1105, BIOL1106 and BIOL2135 or permission of instructor 75 lab fee BIOL2151 Marine Microbiology The worlds ocean environment contains enormous biological diversity. The

Biology lecture, three hours laboratory. Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2018. 4 credits Prerequisite BIOL2135 or permission of instructor 75 lab fee BIOL3103 Cell Biology This cours

148 Biology hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisites BIOL1105 and BIOL1106 or their equivalent, BIOL2301 or permission of instructor 75 lab fee BIOL3132 Advance

Biology BIOL3211 Experiential Internships in the Natural Sciences Biology majors may apply to do an intern ship in a nonresearch setting. The intern ship sites and project must be appropriate for biol

150 Chemistry as one of the eleven biology courses, but both BIOL4194 and BIOL4195 are required for distinction in the field of biology in addi tion to a 3.5 grade point average in biology. Fall and

Chemistry thermochemistry, equilibrium, electrochem istry and kinetics. This course will replace CHEM1101 and CHEM1102 sequence in the chemistry major or minor for qualified students. Three hours lect

152 Chemistry focus on elucidation of lecture material. Equivalent of three hours lecture, two hours laboratory. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits 75 lab fee CHEM1117 Forensic Chemistry SIL Forens

Chemistry CHEM2111 Biochemistry Biochemistry lays the foundation for a full understanding of the biological chemistry of the living cell. Students will study the structure of the biological molecules

154 Chemistry orbital theories of chemical bonding are discussed, and methods for performing quantum chemical calculations, including variational and perturbation methods, are introduced. The quantum

Distinction in the Field Chemistry and research project are expected to be students individual work data collection and interpretation are to be completed independently. This course is intended for ad

156 Economics INT3211 Experiential Internship in the Natural SciencesMathematics Biology, biostatistics, chemistry and mathematics majors may apply to do an internship in a research or nonresearch se

Table of Contents Index Economics 157 ECON2101 History of Economic Thought This course revolves around key ongoing debates in economic theory over the nature of economic growth, the ideal economic

158 Economics ECON3105 Money and Financial Markets What is money How does the stock market work How do financial markets impact the economy This course will analyze the role of financial markets and

Table of Contents Index Education 159 ECON 4201 Economics Senior Seminar Topics in major areas of economics will be discussed. This course fulfills the capstone requirement in economics by requirin

160 Education EDUC2311 Learning, Teaching and the Secondary Curriculum This course is designed to provide students with the background and practical skills related to the curriculum planning process

Education mathematics teaching and learning which focus on problem solving. Students will also explore the use of technology and manipulatives in mathematics teaching and techniques for integrating an

162 Education EDUC4300 Sheltered English Instruction Teaching English Language Learners The purpose of this course is to prepare the Commonwealths teachers with the knowledge and skills to effectivel

English 163 English ENGL1103 FirstYear Writing This course is dedicated to providing stu dents with the writing and research skills necessary for academic success. Drawing on a variety of texts and

164 English ENGL2103 Literary Mirrors Introduction to World Literature AIL Embark on a literary journey to Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South Americas with major world authors who treat in sh

English like selfreliance and individualism, and discuss sociocultural issues such as class dynamics, the treatment of indigenous peoples by European settlers, and gender relations. Students consider

166 English modern audiences respond to Shakespeares plays Do they resonate with a 21stcen tury audience because of certain univer sal truths unearthed by a 16thcentury genius If so, what are those u

English ENGL2417 Literature of the Black Atlantic AIL This course surveys the literatures and cultures of the Black worldincluding Africa, the Caribbean, and Black Britain in the 20th century. Through

168 English critiquing the wider social, cultural and political implications of the covert manip ulation of public opinion. Case studies of successful PR campaigns will be evalu ated to illustrate th

English Oliver Goldsmith, and Jane Collier as a con text through which this aggressive literary mode emerges as a powerful cultural force. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2018. 4 credits

170 English content, location and goals includes poetry, fiction, and essays two classes on each in order to assess mission and content as well as submission and distribution policies. Over the cours

English ENGL3601 Crime Stories and American Culture This course will examine crime narrative traditions and their function in American culture. The course begins with the birth of the classic detectiv

172 English What role does theory play for a literary critic in analyzing literature Does high theory have any application outside of the academy Should it What are the connec tions between theory an

English processing, the social construction of health and illness, doctorpatient communication, and the relationship between professionals, patients, friends, families, and cultural institutions. The

174 History and debates within the field and to past developments in content, technology, and research. Finally, the senior seminar reviews methodological practices, introduced in ENGL1502, and provi

History HIST1107 African History Themes H This course examines major themes in the history of Africa beginning with the for mation of nonstate societies, empires, and kingdoms prior to the 15th centur

176 History study of history moving beyond traditional national narratives in an effort to reveal the ways in which intercultural contact shaped ideas about race, ethnicity and gender, and how new co

History important themes in the regions past, including the AsianDiaspora in New England, Transcendentalism, the conserva tion movement, literature, intellectual life, cities, migration, abolitionism,

178 History of Japanese history as two major periods, the earlymodern period or Tokugawa period, 16001868, and the modern period 1868present. In this course, students will embark on an unforgettable

History along with the separate situation of Egypt, effectively created the contemporary Middle East as well as some of its most pressing problems. Throughout, but particularly in conclusion, the cour

180 History historical methodologies of history, includ ing social, political, gender, environmental, and economic analyses. Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisites Sophomore standing HIST3107 A His

History designed as a seminar to facilitate high lev els of discussion and interaction, so active participation is required. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2016. 4 credits Prerequisites

182 History Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2017. 4 credits Prerequisites one previous 1000 or 2000level history course and sophomore standing HIST3718 Pirates, Rascals and Scoundrels P

Management 183 International Studies GLST4100 International Studies Senior Seminar This seminar is the senior capstone course which allows students to apply their analyt ical, writing and research s

184 Management interactive business activities involved in the movement of goods from producers to consumers and industrial users. It involves analysis of the marketing functions per formed by the ma

Management understanding OB concepts and developing OB skills will enhance their ability to initiate and sustain healthy working relationships and to contribute more effectively at work. In this cours

186 Management problems and issues confronting operations managers such as process improvement, forecasting, capacity planning, facility layout, location planning, inventory man agement, quality mana

Mathematics MGMT3501 Advertising and Promotion This course takes a managerial approach to advertising campaign decisions and promo tional strategies for products and services, with an emphasis on crea

188 Mathematics to integration through the fundamental theorem of calculus. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisite Satisfactory score on foundation skills assessment or MATH1103 MATH1112 C

Mathematics derivatives and multiple integrals. Fall semester. 4 credits Prerequisite MATH1112 MATH2104 College Geometry QA In this course, we use geometry as a lens through which we examine topics in

Table of Contents Index 190 Mathematics MATH2122 Foundations of Mathematics for Teachers III QA MATH2122 is the third course in a three semester mathematics content sequence designed to develop fun

Mathematics MATH3113 Special Topics in Mathematics This course is on a special topic in Mathematics not listed among the current course offerings. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2018. 4

192 Modern Languages INT3211 Experiential Internship in the Natural SciencesMathematics Biology, biostatistics, chemistry and mathematics majors may apply to do an internship in a research or nonrese

Table of Contents Index Modern Languages 193 LANG2661 Intermediate Arabic I Intermediate Arabic I is a language immer sion course that seeks to improve all areas of language communication and devel

194 Modern Languages French LANG1201 Beginning French I This course is a language immersion pro gram that introduces French to students with little or no previous knowledge of the language while dev

Modern Languages 195 Italian LANG1301 Beginning Italian I Beginning Italian I is a language immersion course designed for students with little or no prior knowledge of Italian. Its objective is to i

196 Modern Languages LANG2315 Todays Italy A Journey through Literature, Cinema and Everyday Life AIL Students will analyze and discuss some masterpieces of Italian literature and some movies inspire

Table of Contents Index Modern Languages 197 integrate the grammatical structures already learned into meaningful communication in the context of practical settings. Varied activities and audiovisu

198 LANG2418 The Art of Spain This course provides students with a broad survey of Spanish art. It examines artistic masterpieces from different periods high lighting their social and historical impli

Modern Languages LANG3431 Contemporary Spanish Novel AIL The student will read and discuss relevant works of the most outstanding contemporary novelists of Spain, noting particularly the changed socia

200 Modern Languages the progression of the representation of femmes Parisiennes, from one end of the spectrum to the other. First we are intro duced to the damsel in distress, ostensibly in need of

Philosophy LANG3421 Spanish Caribbean Literature AIL This course will introduce students to the lit erature of the Spanish Caribbean, engaging them in literary analysis of major authors form Cuba, Pue

202 Philosophy are culturally determined. Spring semester. 4 credits PHIL1115 Recent Moral Issues M The nature of ethical decision making is first discussed. Skills of moral reasoning are then applie

Philosophy managing organizations. Case studies will help students develop their skills in delibera tion and ethical decision making. Fall semester. 4 credits PHIL2101 Problems in Philosophy M This co

204 Philosophy PHIL2201 Existentialism and the Meaning of Life M Existentialism, unlike many technical and academic philosophical movements, is a philosophy of life. It begins with the rec ognition t

Table of Contents Index Physics 205 Prerequisites Junior status or permission of instructor PHIL3115 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy This course is a textual analysis of ancient philosophy, includi

206 Physics PHYS1121 Energy and the Environment SIL In this course, students study energy use, production, and environmental effects. Topics may include, but are not limited to energy basics, fossil

Political Science 207 Political Science POLSC1201 Introduction to American Politics and Government SA This course offers an overview of the American political system. Included are examinations of th

208 Political Science affiliation, issue importance and campaign techniques will be reviewed as to determine what factors contribute to a successful cam paign strategy. A main goal of the course is t

Political Science Special attention will be paid to the issue of Europemaking related to the postEU NATO enlargement and the post911 situa tion and EuropeanAtlantic relations. Spring semester, alterna

210 Political Science POLSC2417 Statecraft and Globalization In a globalized political system, states abil ity to use statecraft is affected by the con dition of the international system and the stru

Political Science POLSC2701 Research Methods in Political Science The aim of this course is to give students opportunities to conduct their own research and to understand and use the research of other

212 Political Science attain certain ideals. Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2019. 4 credits Prerequisite POLSC1201 POLSC3201 Congress, Representation and the Legislative Process Th

Political Science POLSC3403 Human Issues in International Relations Through the use of novels, films, biogra phies, and special studies, students examine the phenomena which play an increasing role in

214 Psychology Psychology PSYCH1501 General Psychology SA This course introduces the broad field of psychology by surveying a wide range of topics, including personality, development, motivation, em

Psychology the focus will be on the specifics of cogni tive, emotional, physical, social and moral tasks of development. In addition to dealing with the key markers of the early life stages, language

216 Psychology PSYCH3000 Experimental Neuroscience and Lab Neuroscience is a very broad, complex field of study. The goal of this course is to acquaint you with tools you will use to conduct certain

Psychology and understanding Are we able to develop robots to speak and understand as humans do And finally, does our language affect the way we think In our course, we will focus on the issues and de

218 Psychology PSYCH3601 Counseling Theories and Techniques This course provides an introduction to the theories and techniques of behavior change and psychotherapy. Students will be exposed to vario

Sociology PSYCH4496 Applied Internship This course is for those students who, by exception, need only one semester of internship. This course involves supervised experience in practical or clinical se

220 Sociology course begins by examining the research methods used by anthropologists before turning to the comparative study of the perspectives and customs of various com munities. Students will co

Sociology internationally. The course begins by exam ining the historical development of cities before analyzing the social organization of contemporary urban spaces, with regard to social class, race

Table of Contents Index 222 Sociology be distributed so unequally. We will also explore what the practical implications of such economic stratification are for certain groups in U.S. society. Parti

Sociology Psychology violence, sexual violence, alcoholism, illegal drug use, and Internet deviance. The main goals of this course are to 1 expand stu dents knowledge of deviant behaviors, 2 acknowled

224 Sociology of globalization. We will examine whether globalization has increased prosperity or created social inequalities in the global South and North. The course also discusses the role of majo

Sociology Prerequsites SOC 1101, EDUC 1111, PSYCH 1501 or SOC 1203 and junior or senior status. SOC3210 Family Violence This course will examine the topic of family violence from sociological and crim

226 Theater Arts Theater Arts THTR0111 Theatrical Productions The Performing Arts Department presents two to four theatrical productions each semester, ranging from smallscale, stu dentdirected show

Theater Arts process. From here the history of the theater is discussed, beginning with its early origins and including study of key areas in theater history Greek theater, religious theater of the Mi

228 Theater Arts Moliere, Ibsen, Chekhov, Brecht, and Beckett, as well as medieval and renaissance genres such as the mystery and morality plays and the commedia dellarte. Fall semester, alternate ye

Theater Arts Prerequisite PERF0312 or permission of instructor THTR3101 Dramaturgy and Play Analysis This course offers study and analysis of theater history and topical readings. Indi vidual research

230 Theology and Religious Studies THTR41784179 Directed Study I and Directed Study II Students take part in independent and indi vidual study in the field of their choice. Fields offered include dir

Theology and Religious Studies literary forms, religious institutions, theol ogy and ethical teachings of the Bible. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits THRS2101 What is Religion R This course offers

232 Theology and Religious Studies as well as different conceptual formulations of their relationship. A range of options will be considered, and students will be free to voice their own wellconsider

Theology and Religious Studies religions of peace. Yet there is no denying the many instances of religiously inspired violence in todays world. This course will explore the ways in which world religio

234 Theology and Religious Studies to make it more socially relevant, and those who interpreted the role of Christianity as a witness against the prevailing cultures values and expectations. Fall sem

Theology and Religious Studies provocative theology that energizes it. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2018. 4 credits THRS2223 The First Christians RCT The first followers of Jesus of N

236 Interdisciplinary Courses include the mission of the church, roles of laity and women, leadership and authority, ecumenism and the relationship of Mary and the church. Spring semester, alternate

Interdisciplinary Courses when the slave trade provided the basis of the English economy, these theories and the novels that embody their significance struggle to represent the irony of what it means

Table of Contents Index 238 Interdisciplinary Courses The Idea of Justice, Martha Nussbaums Creating Capabilities, and selections of Gustavo Gutierrezs A Theology of Liberation. Fall semester, acco

Competency Program on women. It examines concepts such as patriarchy, feminism, gender stereotypes and sexism. Through the study of literature, anthropol ogy, sociology and feminist theory, it looks a

240 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Graduate and Professional Programs Graduate and Professional Programs Undergraduate Professional Program Bachelor of Science in Nursing

General Policies and Procedures 241 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs General Policies and Procedures Attendance Policy Completing a course in an accelerated format requires

242 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs General Policies and Procedures Campus Safety Office ID Cards For the safety of all, it is required that students, employees and facult

Academic Policies and Procedures 243 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures Academic Integrity Policy Emmanuel College is an educational com muni

244 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures For graduate courses, students must receive a grade of 2.0 C or higher. A cumulative grade point averag

Academic Policies and Procedures Academic dismissal from Graduate and Professional Programs is permanent. Students may not petition for readmittance to the College. Financial Aid Implications In order

246 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures Transfer Credits and NonTraditional Credits All potential transfer credits from other regionally accre

Academic Policies and Procedures Graduate students are not eligible for Latin honors. Latin honors are calculated once all grades are submitted to the Registrars Office. In order to earn a second bach

248 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures Graduation Rates Public Law 101524, the Student Rightto Know and Campus Security Act requires all inst

Support Services 249 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Support Services Academic Advising Integral to an Emmanuel College education is academic advising which provides a com

250 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Support Services The office organizes a variety of employer based events, both on and off campus, such as employer information tables an

Support Services provides a theatrestyle venue for lectures, film screenings, courses, programs and special events. 251 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Mission and Ministr

Table of Contents Index 252 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances Finances The following pages provide information regarding the costs, financial obligations, payment

Finances 253 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Course Withdrawal and Refund Policy To withdraw from a course, please contact the Office of the Register by email at regmailem

254 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances 14 Week CapstonePracticum Drop Withdrawal Policy 20172018 Graduate Education Practicum and MSMHRM Capstone Face to Face, Hybr

Table of Contents Index Finances 255 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Treatment of Title IV Aid When a Student Withdraws The law specifies how your school must de termine

256 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances Health Insurance The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires students enrolled at least threequarter time 9 or more credits per

Table of Contents Index Finances 257 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs from the IRS www.IRS.gov. Students will receive notification from Student Financial Services if addit

258 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan An additional Federal Loan for Graduate students who are eligible for the Federal Direct Unsu

Table of Contents Index Finances 259 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs MA State Grants Gift aid from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to fulltime undergraduate students wi

260 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances the Student Financial Services GPP section of My Saints. Title IV finan cial aid consists of Federal Direct Loans, Federal Dir

Table of Contents Index Undergraduate Professional Degree Program 261 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Undergraduate Professional Degree Program Bachelor of Science in Nur

262 Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Undergraduate Admissions Requirements To complete your application for admission to an undergraduate degree program su

Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNtoBSN 263 Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNtoBSN Diane Shea, Ph.D., R.N. Associate Dean, Professor of Nursing The Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN is designed for

264 Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNtoBSN of theoretical knowledge from the liberal arts, sciences, nursing and evidencebased practice. 4. Integrate into the culture of nursing the concepts of carin

Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNtoBSN 265 Course Descriptions NURS3101 Concepts of Professional Practice This course introduces the student to the conceptual roots of the theoretical bases of nursi

266 Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNtoBSN and healingtouch modalities that enhance care giving and healing response of indi viduals will be studied. Contemporary interventions addressing complementa

Table of Contents Index Bachelor of Science in Nursing RNtoBSN 267 MATH1308 Statistics for Nursing Professionals This course is designed for nursing students who are required to read and understand

Undergraduate Professional Programs for Graduate and Professional Programs 268 Emmanuel College

Table of Contents Index Graduate Programs 269 Graduate Programs Graduate Programs in Education Master of Education MED Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Tracks Professional Development Pro

270 Admission Admission Graduate Admissions Requirements To complete your application for admission to a graduate degree or certificate program, please submit the following application materials 1.

Admission 8. Optional Statement If you feel that there are significant weaknesses in your application that you wish to address, please do so in a separate written statement. 271 Transfer Credit Poli

272 Graduate Programs in Education Graduate Programs in Education Master of Education MEd Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Concentration Research Concentration Professional Development Pro

Master of Education MEd 273 Master of Education MEd Sister Karen Hokanson, SND, Ed.D. Chair Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Concentration Research Concentration Program Design The Maste

274 Master of Education MEd EDUC5762 Moderate Disabilities Practicum and Seminar Research Concentration The Research concentration focuses on teaching and learning processes in educa tional contexts

Master of Education MEd Foundations of Reading 90 Secondary candidates Communication and Literacy 01 Subject Matter Foundations of Reading 90 required for endorsement as teacher of students with m

276 Master of Education MEd for teaching. Prepracticum experience is required EDUC5207 Learning, Teaching Curriculum Development This course provides students with the background and practical skill

Master of Education MEd modified, and original materials, assessment instruments, media, other content areas and community resources. Prepracticum experience is required EDUC5307 Research in Content A

278 Master of Education MEd This course is taught in a hybrid format EDUC5750 Teaching Students with Disabilities for General Education Professionals This course examines the theoretical and practica

Professional Development Programs for Educators 279 Professional Development Programs for Educators Carolyn A. Lynch Institute The Education Department develops and offers workshops through the Caro

280 Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Master of Science in Human Resource Management HRM Graduate Certificate in Human Re

Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management 281 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Master of Science in Human Resource Management HRM Certificate in Human Resource Management The Mas

282 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Learning Goals and Outcomes Students completing either of the Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management will 1. Demonstrate a proficiency of k

Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management 283 Course Descriptions Unless otherwise noted, all courses are 3 credits. HRM9009 Leadership and Organizational Behavior This course takes the tradit

284 HRM9028 Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations Economic, technological, demographic, and environmental changes have meant that todays organizations are becoming progressively more divers

Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management HRM9036 Strategic Planning and Management Students identify strategic management areas for organizations and evaluate these in terms of changing environm

286 Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Management Master of Science in Management MSM Certificate in Management and Leadership The Master of Science in Management MSM is an intens

Graduate Programs in Management 287 Learning Goals and Outcomes Students completing either of the Graduate Programs in Management and Leadership will 1. Demonstrate a proficiency of knowledge in the

288 Graduate Programs in Management Course Descriptions Unless otherwise noted, all courses are 3 credits. MSM9009 Leadership and Organizational Behavior This course takes the traditional Organiza

Graduate Programs in Management MSM9022 Changing Economies This course uses economic theory to explore factors that affect us personally and pro fessionally in extraordinarily large ways. Students wil

290 Graduate Programs in Management MSM9038 Capstone Seminar 6 credits The 14week capstone seminar allows students to integrate the management theories and organizational improvement practices master

Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM 291 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM Certificate in Research Admi

292 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM Learning Goals and Outcomes Students completing either of the Graduate Programs in Management and Research Admi

Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM Graduate Certificate in Research Administration RAC9009 RAC9010 RAC9012 RAC9016 Leadership and Organizational Behavio

294 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM administration issues including organiza tional structures, roles and responsibilities, internal controls and aw

Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM MSM9034 Strategic Planning and Management Students identify strategic management areas for organizations and evaluate

296 Graduate Programs in Nursing Graduate Programs in Nursing Graduate Programs in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing MSN Education and Management Tracks Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education

Graduate Programs in Nursing 297 Graduate Programs in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing MSN Education and Management Tracks Certificate in Nursing Education Certificate in Nursing Management Dian

298 Graduate Programs in Nursing effect positive outcomes for vulnerable populations within the context of their environment. 2. Assume accountability for the use of leadership, management, teaching,

Graduate Programs in Nursing NURS5501 NURS5510 Nursing Management in Health Care Delivery Nursing Management Advanced Role Development Practicum 6 credits 299 Graduates of the nursing education cer

300 Graduate Programs in Nursing Graduates of the nursing management certificate program will be eligible to seek national certification as nurse administra tors once they meet the work or consulta t

Table of Contents Index Graduate Programs in Nursing 301 focus on the impact of health disparities upon health outcomes. Students will explore techniques that eliminate health disparities, facilita

302 Graduate Programs in Nursing education, learning theories, and curricu lum design in nursing education programs. Methods of program evaluation are studied. Staff development and faculty roles and

Graduate Programs in Nursing management are emphasized. Influence of health insurers, government and special interest groups on health care delivery are examined. Prerequisite NURS5113 NURS5503 Health

304 Directory Board of Trustees Christopher Borges 10 John F. Burke Sister Maria Delaney, SND 69 76 Sister Anne Mary Donovan, SND 62 John Dragoon Sister Janet Eisner, SND James L. Elcock Elaine ElKha

Directory 305 Administration Sister Janet Eisner, SND President A.B., Emmanuel College M.A., Boston College Ph.D., University of Michigan Maureen Ashburn Executive Director of the Career Center B.A.

306 Directory Erin Farmer Noonan Director of Human Resources Title IX Coordinator B.S., Salem State College M.A., Emmanuel College Cynthia OCallaghan Dean of Academic Administration and Graduate and

Directory 307 FullTime Faculty Benjamin Allen Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.A., Haverford College M.A., Bryn Mawr College Ph.D., Boston University Jos AlvarezFernndez Associate Professor of M

308 Directory Cynthia Fowler Professor of Art B.A., University of Massachusetts Boston A.L.M., Harvard University Extension School Ph.D., University of Delaware Janese Free Assistant Professor of Soc

Directory Ivy Krull Assistant Professor of Sociology Ph.D., Boston University MPH, Boston University MSW, Boston University ALB, Harvard University Jason N. Kuehner Assistant Professor of Biology B.A.

310 Directory Andrea McDonnell Assistant Professor of English B.A., Vassar College Ph.D., University of Michigan Kelly McGuire Associate Professor of English B.A., University of New Mexico M.A., Ph.D

Directory Allen Price Associate Professor of Physics B.S., California Institute of Technology M.S., Ph.D., University of Washington Violetta Ravagnoli Assistant Professor of History B.A., University o

312 Directory Jonathan Paul Sydnor Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies B.A., University of Virginia M.Div., Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary Ph.D., Boston College Petros Vamvak

Directory 313 20172018 Academic Catalog

314 Directory Emeriti Gouri Banerjee, Ph.D. Associate Professor Emeritus of Information Technology Richard Beauchesne, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies Jerry Bernhard, Ph.D. Associate P

Academic Calendars 315 Academic Calendars Arts and Sciences FALL 2017 September 3 4 6 14 15 21 SPRING 2018 January 15 16 17 25 1 1 New students arrive Labor Day Classes begin Last day to add class

316 Academic Calendars Graduate Studies SUMMER 2017 May 15 Summer 1 classes begin facetoface and online 29 Memorial Day No classes June 12 Registration opens for fall 2017 July 1 10 Last day of Sum

Index 317 Index A Academic Advising Program .................... 28 Academic Calendars .............................. 315 Academic Integrity Policy ........................ 20 Academic Progress ....

318 Index B Bachelor of Fine Arts ............................... 58 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Graduate Studies only ............ 264 Billing and Payment Schedule .................. 37 Biol

Index Study Abroad and Consortium Agreements ................... 46 Withdrawal Policy ............................... 46 Financial Aid Renewal Procedures ........... 42 Foundation Skills .............

320 Index Mission Statement ..................................... 5 Modern Languages ................................ 106 Modern Language Courses ................. 190 MTEL Requirements .............

Index 321 U Undergraduate Admissions Requirements ............................... 16, 262 Undergraduate Professional Program .... 261 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN ... 263 V Visiting Classes..

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