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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 2014 2015 Academic Catalog

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 400 The Fenway Boston, Massachusetts 02115 www.emmanuel.edu Arts and Sciences Office of Admissions 6177359715 6177359801 fax enrollemmanuel.edu Graduate Studi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 2 Table of Contents Table of Contents About Emmanuel College. . . . . . . . . . . .5 Biostatistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Chemistry Ph

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Table of Contents INDEX 3 Graduate Programs in Management . .289 General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing General Policies and Procedures . . . .242 Academi

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Emmanuel College INDEX 5 Emmanuel College Mission To educate students in a dynamic learning community rooted in the liberal arts and sciences and shaped by strong et

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Academic Requirements INDEX 7 General Academic Requirements General Information for Arts and Sciences The Curriculum The Arts and Sciences undergraduate pro

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 8 General Academic Requirements Capstone experience minimum 4 credits Students are required to complete a culminating experience during which they will integra

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Academic Requirements INDEX 9 2. Historical Consciousness H Requirement one course a historical survey of a significant period of history or region of the wo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 10 General Academic Requirements and explore the multiplicity of expressions of belief both within and across religious traditions. Courses fulfilling the mora

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Academic Requirements INDEX 11 Accounting B.A. in accounting Minor in accounting American Studies B.A. in American studies with concentration in cultural stu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 12 General Academic Requirements Psychology B.A. in psychology with concentration in developmental psychology B.A. in psychology with concentration in counseli

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Special Academic Opportunities INDEX 13 Special Academic Opportunities General Information for Arts and Sciences Colleges of the Fenway COF Emmanuel and five of its

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 14 Special Academic Opportunities professional. Ordinarily, no more than four to eight credits are accepted from internships toward fulfillment of the undergra

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Special Academic Opportunities INDEX 15 Not have a disciplinary record for at least the semester preceding the period of study abroad. Students with a disciplinary

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 16 Admission Admission General Information for Arts and Sciences Office of Admissions Emmanuel College 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 USA Phone 6177359715 Fa

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 17 The College offers a variety of application programs. Please contact the Office of Admissions for assistance in selecting the program that is best

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 18 Admission reviewed by the appropriate department at Emmanuel College and entitle students to credit equivalent to at least one course. Transfer students may

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 19 A written essay chosen from the application form students may also submit additional examples of personal expression that may serve to enhance th

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 20 Admission For more information, international students may contact Office of Admissions Emmanuel College 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 USA Phone 617735971

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 21 Academic Regulations General Information for Arts and Sciences Registration With the advice of their academic advisors, students regis

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 22 Academic Regulations Examinations Student performance is evaluated at regular intervals throughout the semester and particularly by the end of the sixth we

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 23 Incomplete INC Grades In exceptional cases, students who have been unable to complete the work of a course may request to receive a gra

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 24 Academic Regulations Students have the right to review their educational records. A student may waive this right in special cases of confidential letters of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 25 Residency Requirements Students must complete a minimum of 64 credits at Emmanuel College to receive a bachelors degree in liberal arts

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 26 Academic Regulations maintain a cumulative 2.0 grade point average for Satisfactory Academic Progress. Students should refer to Finances and Financial Aid o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 27 Honor Societies Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society Beta Beta Beta National Biology Honor Society Gamma Sigma Epsil

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 28 Academic Support Services Academic Support Services General Information for Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Program The Academic Advising program prov

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Support Services INDEX 29 The ARC also offers professional Academic, Writing and Math Specialists to address particular student needs. Academic Specialists

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 30 Academic Support Services Library Services General Information for Arts and Sciences The Cardinal Cushing Library, open to all members of the Emmanuel Coll

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 32 Student Life providing students with a physical, mental, and social readiness in a safe, sportsmanlike, and challenging environment. Emmanuel College is a D

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 33 opportunities for students, faculty and staff of varying denominations to enrich their relationship with God, self and others through prayer gr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 34 Student Life program connects current Emmanuel undergraduates with incoming students to provide support that is both academic and social in nature. Periodic

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 35 The Office assists in connecting our students with one or more of our 100plus areas of involvement overseeing clubs and organizations, implemen

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 36 Finances and Financial Aid Finances and Financial Aid General Information for Arts and Sciences Emmanuel College is committed to providing students with a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 37 Deposits New students at the time of acceptance are required to make a 300 tuition deposit that is credited toward the initial se

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 38 Finances and Financial Aid All graduating students must be paid in full prior to receiving graduation invitations, diploma and participating in the graduati

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 39 Parent Loans There are many educational loan products available to students and their families. Direct PLUS Loan The Direct PLUS

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 40 Finances and Financial Aid Scholarships are mutually exclusive however, students receiving scholarships or awards may also be considered for needbased finan

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 41 Resident Assistant RA Scholarship Students selected as Resident Assistants receive a 75 reduction in room and board in the first

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 42 Finances and Financial Aid Annual Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan Limits General Information for Arts and Sciences Grade Dependent Students Ind

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 43 awarded to students with significant need and is limited by the availability of funds. Repayment begins six months after the borr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 44 Finances and Financial Aid PartTime Students Parttime students must successfully complete 67 of the number of attempted credits for each parttime semester,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 45 Tuition Exchange Program Emmanuel College participates in the Tuition Exchange Program, Inc. an employee benefit program for stud

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 46 Finances and Financial Aid Valid identification, such as a U.S. passport OR a drivers license AND Social Security card. Study Abroad and Consortium Agreem

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid illness, injury or death. Students have the option of purchasing varying amounts of tuition insurance based on the needs of the student and f

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 48 Finances and Financial Aid Delinquent Accounts The payment of tuition and fees is the students responsibility. General Information for Arts and Sciences

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Accounting INDEX 49 Accounting Rebecca Moryl, Ph.D. Chair The accounting major provides the student with a thorough preparation in the theory and practice of account

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 50 Accounting ACCT3411 ACCT3413 ACCT4201 ECON1101 MATH1117 Federal Income Taxes Accounting Information Systems Advanced Accounting Principles of Microeconomics

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 51 American Studies Adam Silver, Ph.D. Coordinator The American Studies program offers an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the dive

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 52 American Studies 6. One course from the following 2000level American Sociology or Politics POLSC2207 Politics and the Media POLSC2211 Campaign Strategies an

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 53 HIST3205 POLSC3160 POLSC3201 POLSC3202 POLSC3209 POLSC3607 SOC3201 SOC3203 Themes in the History of the American West American Political

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 54 American Studies 910. Two courses from the following 3000level American Politics or Sociology courses POLSC3160 American Political Thought POLSC3201 Congres

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 55 ENGL2309 ENGL2413 ENGL2604 ENGL3301 ENGL3303 ENGL3601 HIST1105 HIST1106 HIST2105 HIST2128 HIST2130 HIST2205 HIST3107 HIST3111 HIST3121

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 56 Art Art Cynthia Fowler, Ph.D. Chair The art department offers programs in studio art, graphic design, art therapy, art history and art education. Through a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 57 Studio Art Learning Goals and Outcomes The studio art program is designed to Introduce and develop the conceptual and technical aspects of the studio a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 58 Art Learning Goals and Outcomes Students enrolled in the art history program will be trained to Identify and describe the formal properties of art objects

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 59 The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for students in the Graphic Design major is the Graphic Design III Senior Studio course ART4432 with

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 60 Art ART2411 or ART2415 ART3431 Spring ART3432 Fourth Year Fall ART2411 or ART2415 ART4432 Spring ART4194 Printmaking I Life Drawing Motion Design Graph

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 61 Gain introductory skills in treatment planning and assessment by increasing familiarity with the tools and techniques of art therapy Begin to formulat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 62 Art Third Year ART1407 advisor to discuss their work. Research, formal issues in the visual arts and choice of media are all discussed over the course of th

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 63 Biology Josef Kurtz, Ph.D. Chair The biology major at Emmanuel College has three objectives 1 to provide students with an understanding of the funda

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 64 Biology BIOL2131 BIOL2301 Biochemistry Experimental Biology Laboratory Neuroscience Seminar Principles of Chemistry I Principles of Chemistry II Chemical Pe

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 65 B.S. Biology with Concentration in Health Sciences This program is structured for students interested in pursuing careers in the Health Sciences, in

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 66 Biology 5. BIOL419495 Research Internships in the Natural Sciences I and II or BIOL3211 Experiential Internships in the Natural Sciences with permission o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 67 Teacher Licensure in Biology Students seeking teacher licensure in biology must complete a major in biology, as well as complete required education

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 68 Biostatistics Biostatistics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Coordinator Biostatistics is an interdisciplinary study with requirements in both biology and mathemati

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biostatistics INDEX 69 MATH2113 MATH3103 MATH3105 MATH4101 Applied Statistics Probability Advanced Statistics Programming in SAS and one elective to be chosen from

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 70 Chemistry Physics Chemistry Physics Christine JaworekLopes, Ph.D. Chair Chemistry is the basic science that deals with the composition and transformation

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry Physics INDEX 71 Requirements for Departmental Major with B.S. in Chemistry CHEM1101 CHEM1102 or CHEM1103 CHEM2101 CHEM2102 CHEM2104 CHEM3105 CHEM3106 C

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 72 Chemistry Physics Second Year CHEM2101 CHEM2102 PHYS2201 PHYS2202 Advanced Topics in Biochemistry Chemistry and biology electives Fourth Year CHEM3105 Phys

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry Physics INDEX 73 Requirements for Departmental Minor CHEM1101 Principles of Chemistry I CHEM1102 Principles of Chemistry II or CHEM1103 Chemical Persp

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 74 Education Education Sister Karen Hokanson, SND, Ed.D. Chair The education program at Emmanuel College is a licensure program that prepares students for tea

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 75 Utilize a broad range of instructional practices, reflective of the ways of knowing in the disciplines they teach, to ensure that all learners re

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 76 Education Student Teaching Applications for the student teaching practicum should be filed with the Education Department Office in the semester prior to st

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 77 Waiver Policy for MATH1122 Foundations of Mathematics for Teachers II Foundations of Mathematics for Teachers III MATH2122 Students who have pas

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 78 Education Student Teaching Practicum EDUC4468 Student Teaching Capstone Seminar Includes prepracticum experience Education Department Requirements for Stude

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 79 English David Palumbo, Ph.D. Chair The English department offers majors in Communication Media Studies, Literature, and Writing Literature. Our un

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 80 English individual presentations, and write a major research paper. Students also complete a reflection on their achievement of the educational goals of the

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 81 67. Media Studies 2 Courses CHOOSE TWO of the following ENGL2521 Public Relations and Persuasion ENGL2523 Advertising and Culture Representation and

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 82 English Fall Spring Junior Year 7. Journalism, Design, Management or Public Speaking Media Practice 8. Journalism, Design, Management or Public Speaking Me

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 83 7. 2000level World Literature 1 course Students gain an understanding of literature outside of the traditional British and American canons. 8. 2000l

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 84 English 7. 2000level World Literature 1 course ENGL2103 Literary Mirrors Introduction to World Literature ENGL2105 Contemporary Latin American Fiction ENGL2

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 85 Requirements for Departmental Minor in Literature 1. ENGL1205 Introduction to Literary Methods 25. Four additional literature courses chosen in cons

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 86 English 10. Capstone Experience 1 course, ENGL4160 Students create a writing portfolio based on individual interests and learn how to submit material for pu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 87 African American Literature A Tradition of Resistance ENGL2417 Literature of the Black Atlantic ENGL2604 American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 18

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 88 Foreign Languages Foreign Languages Jos AlvarezFernndez, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Foreign Languages offers a variety of language, culture, and literat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 89 peers and Foreign Language faculty. Senior Seminar papers are also made available for review by department faculty. 2. Students who place

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 90 Foreign Languages are available through the education department. Students seeking Initial Licensure in Massachusetts must pass the Massachusetts Tests for

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Gender Womens Studies INDEX 91 Gender Womens Studies Michelle Maiese, Ph.D. Coordinator Courses in gender womens studies provide a focused opportunity to explore,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 92 History History Javier F. Marion, Ph.D. Chair The study of history enables students to understand change and continuity across time in the United States, E

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 93 Requirements for Departmental Minor in History HIST1105 or HIST1106 United States History to 1877 United States History Since 1877 Distinction i

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 94 International Studies International Studies Lenore Martin, Ph.D. Chair The International Studies program offers an interdisciplinary major, with the option

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 95 Introduction to International Relations SOC2129 Cultural Geography Research Methods Course HIST2701 Historical Methods and Research, o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 96 International Studies SOC3115 SOC3201 The Sociology of Globalization Worlds in Motion The Causes and Consequences of Migration Crimes Against Humanity Socia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 97 our time. Students will acquire a grounding in the art and science of statecraft and diplomacy. They will learn about world politics,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 98 International Studies POLSC2415 Latin America ENGL LANG2105 ENGL2417 ENGL LANG3421 HIST2122 HIST3121 In the Footsteps of Thucydides THRS2305 South Africa Re

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 99 THRS2208 THRS2211 THRS2212 THRS2213 THRS2215 THRS2217 Global Christianity Islam Buddhism Beliefs and Practices Liberation Theology Ch

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 100 International Studies HIST3121 Surviving Columbus History of Native Americans, 1492 to 1992 Themes in Latin American History Latin American Literary Giants

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 101 Latin American Studies Javier Marion, Ph.D. Coordinator Students desiring to minor in Latin American Studies must complete a total of five courses selected

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 102 Leadership Leadership Sharon McKechnie, Ph.D. Coordinator Emmanuel College offers a minor in organizational leadership, a multidisciplinary program for st

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management Economics INDEX 103 Management Economics Rebecca Moryl, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Management Economics offers a major in management, a major in acc

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 104 Management Economics MGMT 3305. During the Capstone Experience students demonstrate achievement of the goals of the major program. For Strategic Managemen

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management Economics INDEX 105 Minor in Economics for management majors ECON1101 Principles of Microeconomics ECON1103 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON2101 History

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 106 Mathematics Mathematics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Chair The goal of the mathematics program is to provide a solid theoretical understanding of mathematics a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Mathematics INDEX 107 MATH3105 MATH3113 MATH4101 MATH4178 MATH4194 Advanced Statistics Special Topics in Mathematics Programming in SAS Directed Study Internship T

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 108 Middle East Studies Middle East Studies Lenore Martin, Ph.D. Coordinator This minor will prepare students to understand the history, politics, and culture

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 109 Performing Arts Scott Gagnon, Ph.D. Chair Performing Arts may be selected as an individually designed major with concentrated work in Theat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 110 Performing Arts Requirements for a Minor in MusicTheater PERF0111 PERF0313 Theatrical Productions min. 1 semester Individual Lessons Voice min. 2 semester

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 111 PERF3101 or PERF3122 PERF3121 Dramaturgy and Play Analysis Playwriting Theatrical Design and Production A student wishing to receive Di

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 112 Philosophy Philosophy Michelle Maiese, Ph.D. Chair Philosophy was originally defined by the Greeks as love of wisdom. Wisdom is knowledge that enables us

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Philosophy INDEX 113 Distinction in the Field Criteria for distinction include a minimum GPA of 3.5 in their major courses, successful completion of a research proje

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 114 Political Science Political Science Lenore Martin, Ph.D. Chair The Political Science and International Studies Department offers a major in Political Scie

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 115 Requirements for Departmental Concentration, American Politics Government Six required core courses and five Political Science courses,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 116 Political Science Distinction in the Field Collegewide criteria specify completion of a research project and a 3.5 minimum GPA in the major. Political Sci

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS PreLaw Studies INDEX 117 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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 118 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies PreMedical Studies describes a suggested curriculum that is a st

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies INDEX 119 Specific advising for students interested in a career in the health professions is provided by the Health Prof

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 120 Psychology Psychology Linda Lin, Ph.D. Chair Psychology is a rich and varied discipline. Dedicated to the scientific study of the complexity and diversity

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 121 2. Research Methods in Psychology Students will be able to engage in research design, sampling, data collection, data analysis and interpretatio

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 122 Psychology Take one of the following electives PSYCH2103 Relationships, Marriage and the Family PSYCH2105 CrossCultural Psychology PSYCH2203 Social Psychol

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 123 either PSYCH3210 or PSYCH3212 or PSYCH3601 Child Psychopathology Adult Psychopathology Counseling Theories and Techniques Distinction in the

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 124 Sociology Sociology Catherine S. Bueker, Ph.D. Chair The major in sociology prepares students for life in a global society. Whether students enter the wor

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 125 shared with Sociology Department faculty. In addition, students will complete a comprehensive exam. SOC2205 SOC3201 Requirements for Department

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 126 Sociology Three electives must be chosen from the following one of which must be 3000level SOC2105 Race, Ethnicity and Group Relations SOC2127 Social Class

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 127 Theology Religious Studies Reverend Thomas L. Leclerc, M.S, Th.D. Chair Because religion plays a central role in human culture

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 128 Theology Religious Studies The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for Theology and Religious Studies majors is a Directed Research and Semina

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 129 Requirements for an Interdisciplinary Minor in Catholic Studies In continuity with the mission of Emmanuel College and of its f

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 130 Theology Religious Studies Recommended FourYear Program First Year THRS1101 Exploring Religion or THRS1103 Exploring Catholic Theology THRS1111 Exploring

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Course Descriptions INDEX 131 Course Descriptions Course numbers 1000 through 1999 are defined as introductory, elementary, and general requirement courses appropria

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 132 Accounting Accounting ACCT1201 Financial Accounting QA At its core, financial accounting converts data into financial information for decision making. The

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 133 ACCT3411 Federal Income Taxes Students study federal income tax laws as they apply to individuals, partnerships, corporations, and fiducia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 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, cover

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 135 association of craft with functionality ended. Overall, students will have the opportunity to think philosophically about the meaning of the handmade f

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 136 Art nonCatholic artists. The course will pay special attention to the position of Catholic abstract artists during the Modern Period in relation to both av

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 137 responses to drawing through critiques and written assignments. Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisite ART1401 100 studio fee ART1407 Introduction to

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 138 Art in production, visual thinking and media will be introduced. Fall semester. 4 credits Prerequisites ART1401, ART1402 graphic design minors are not requ

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 139 comprehensive review and application of advanced photochemical techniques and lighting systems, and promotes a projectbased exploration of the mediums

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 140 Art Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisites INT1001, permission of instructor ART4412 Photography III Pixel to Page Advanced Photography Project

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 141 Art Therapy ART2301 Introduction to Art Therapy This course is an introduction to the field of art therapy, its history, theoretical perspectives,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 142 Biology BIOL1105 Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology SIL This is the first of a twosemester introductory biology course intended for, but not li

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 143 projects will be integral parts of this course. Three hours lecture. Fall semester. 4 credits BIOL1215 Introduction to Nutrition SI Introduction to

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 145 Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credits Prerequisites BIOL1105 and BIOL1106 or permission of instructor BIOL2123 Genetics

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 146 Biology Prerequisites BIOL1105, BIOL1106 and BIOL2135 or permission of instructor 55 lab fee BIOL2151 Marine Microbiology The worlds ocean environment cont

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 147 Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2015. 4 credits Prerequisite BIOL2135 or permission of instructor 55 lab fee BIOL3103 Cell Biology Th

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 148 Biology hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisites BIOL1105 and BIOL1106 or their equivalent, BIOL2131 or permission o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 149 exercise will be a major focus and the effects of exercise stress will be considered across the spectrum of healthy and nonhealthy populations. The

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 150 Chemistry a minimum of 15 hours per week at the internship site. Students meet weekly with a faculty coordinator and are evaluated by the site supervisor a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 151 thermochemistry, equilibrium, electrochemistry and kinetics. This course will replace CHEM1101 and CHEM1102 sequence in the chemistry major or mi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 152 Chemistry at the elementary school level. Laboratory experiments will focus on elucidation of lecture material. Equivalent of three hours lecture, two hour

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 153 CHEM2101 Organic Chemistry I This course considers the structure, bonding and reactivity of the following classes of carbon compounds alkanes and

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 154 Chemistry pollutants. The students will also have the option of presenting this information on the state of the environment to local schools and communitie

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 155 used to interpret magnetic resonance spectra. The laboratory involves practical experiments based on selected lecture topics as well as computer

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 156 Chemistry Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2014. 4 credits Prerequisites CHEM1101 and CHEM1102 or CHEM1103 and one of the following CHEM2101 o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 157 CHEM4160 Senior Seminar This seminar provides senior chemistry majors with the opportunity for indepth study of a chemical topic chosen by the st

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 158 Economics Economics ECON1101 Principles of Microeconomics SA Microeconomics focuses on how individual markets work. The emphasis is on how consumers make

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Economics INDEX 159 ECON3105 Money and Financial Markets What is money How does the stock market work How do financial markets impact the economy This course will an

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 160 Education Education EDUC1111 The Great American Experiment SA This course is a comprehensive overview of the historical, philosophical and societal founda

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 161 Massachusetts English Language Arts Framework and will become familiar with a wide range of childrens literature, instructional materials and ass

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 162 Education EDUC3315 Social Studies Methods Grades 312 This course will examine current theory and practice in the teaching of social studies history at the

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 163 EDUC4491 Teaching Students with Disabilities for General Education Professionals This course examines the theoretical and practical issues that tea

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 164 English and to understand what each analytical approach values in an finds problematic about literary text. ENGL1502 Introduction to Communication, Media a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 165 The Wild Irish Girl, all of which derive from the AngloIrish perspective, which emphasizes the English influence on Irish history and culture. The

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 166 English ENGL2309 The Haves and the HaveNots American Authors on Money, Class and Power AIL Since Puritan times, Americans have linked material wealth and e

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 167 ENGL2406 The Rise of the British Novel AIL A survey of the 18th and 19thcentury British novel with an emphasis on its development from the cultural

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 168 English ENGL2501 Journalism Taught by a professional journalist, this course introduces the roles, responsibilities, and habits of print and online journal

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 169 Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisite ENGL1205 or ENGL1502 ENGL2604 American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 1865 AIL A survey of American litera

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 170 English Abbey, Michael Moores Stupid White Men And Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation, and The Simpsons. Spring semester, alternate years, exp

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 171 ENGL3501 Writing for Electronic Media Writers who can write effectively for electronic media will be tomorrows success stories. News organizations,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 172 English andor global aptitude that allows them to be at home in any situation, 3 how literature speaks to the human experience of movement across boundarie

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 173 Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2014. 4 credits Prerequisites ENGL1205 or ENGL1502 and two 2000level courses and junior or senior sta

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 174 English ENGL39913992 Special Topics I and II This course emphasizes the study and application of theoretical perspectives to literary and media texts, as w

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 175 ENGL4999 Senior Seminar Students will examine how different texts e.g., popular and classic literature, movies, television, etc. present

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 176 Foreign Languages LANG2661 Intermediate Arabic I Intermediate Arabic I is a language immersion course that seeks to improve all areas of language communica

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 177 French LANG1201 Beginning French I This course is a language immersion program that introduces French to students with little or no previ

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 178 Foreign Languages Italian LANG1301 Beginning Italian I Beginning Italian I is a language immersion course designed for students with little or no prior kn

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 179 LANG2315 Todays Italy A Journey through Literature, Cinema and Everyday Life AIL Students will analyze and discuss some masterpieces of I

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 180 Foreign Languages Fall semester. 4 credits Prerequisite LANG2402 or equivalent LANG2415 Spanish at Work in the Community This is an upperlevel language cou

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 181 LANG2418 The Art of Spain This course provides students with a broad survey of Spanish art. It examines artistic masterpieces from differ

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 182 Foreign Languages with the evolution and artistic riches of the literary history of Spain. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2015. 4 credits Pr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 183 20 districts comprising the city itself. We will study the progression of the representation of femmes Parisiennes, from one end of the s

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 184 Foreign Languages LANG3421 Spanish Caribbean Literature AIL This course will introduce students to the literature of the Spanish Caribbean, engaging them i

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 185 HIST1107 African History Themes H This course examines major themes in the history of Africa beginning with the formation of nonstate societies, em

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 186 History nontraditional primary sources. Fall semester, alternate years, fall 2014. 4 credits HIST 2106 A History of New England 1500Present This course wil

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 187 period to the 1820s. Class discussions and assigned reading will address the contributions of native peoples, Africans and Iberians in creating vib

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 188 History of the course is concerned with varieties of Christianity, but Judaism is also considered. Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 189 HIST2401 Modern China Continuity and Change H This course surveys Chinas history from about 1800 to the present. This course has no prerequisites a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 190 History HIST3121 Surviving Columbus History of Native Americans, 1492 to 1992 This course explores the events and currents of the past 500 years from the p

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 191 the world. Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisites HIST1109, HIST2119, or HIST2120 HIST3410 Being Modern in East Asia This course explores the his

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 192 International Studies HIST41784179 Directed Study I and II Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisite Permission of department chair HIST41944195 In

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management INDEX 193 Management MGMT1101 Introduction to Business This survey course introduces students to business and management in the 21st century. Topics cover

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 194 Management also develop greater leadership selfawareness through assessments and class work. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisite Sophomore st

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management INDEX 195 and the organizational context of leadership. Topics include selfunderstanding, models of leadership, ethics and values, trust, communication, p

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 196 Management Alternate fall semesters, expected fall 2015. 4 credits Prerequisites MGMT2301 andMGMT2401 MGMT34963497 Management Internship I and II The manag

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Mathematics INDEX 197 Mathematics MATH0010 Basic Math This course prepares the students to take collegelevel mathematics courses as well as to take other collegeleve

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 198 Mathematics of data, and in statistical inference. The fundamental ideas of probability theory as required for the study of statistical methods are present

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Mathematics INDEX 199 on the development of mathematical reasoning through critical analysis and construction of formal mathematical proof. Technology, including the

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 200 Mathematics completeness of the real number system, limits, continuity and theory of differentiation and integration are covered. Spring semester, alternat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 201 Performing Arts PERF0111 Theatrical Productions The Performing Arts Department presents two to four theatrical productions each semester, r

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 202 Performing Arts discussed, beginning with its early origins and including study of key areas in theater history Greek theater, religious theater of the Mid

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 203 musictheater. After learning certain basic musical concepts and discussing what types of works can fall under the category of musictheater,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 204 Performing Arts PERF2112 Acting Styles and Genres Basics of acting are applied to specific styles and genres, including Greek Drama, Elizabethan Theater, R

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 205 of music. Starting with short, singleline tunes and gradually working toward largerscale melodies and harmonies, the basics of tonalitymelo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 206 Performing Arts of the script, and continuing with set design, lighting design, costume design, sound design, prop selection, casting, blocking and product

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Philosophy INDEX 207 Philosophy PHIL1101 Introduction to Philosophy This general introduction to philosophy is divided into two parts. First is an historical survey,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 208 Philosophy of major ethical traditions from various cultures, serve as a foundation for further exploration, and develop moral reasoning and criticalthinki

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Philosophy INDEX 209 PHIL2108 Critical Thinking M The goal of this course is to improve skills of critical thinking. Students learn to define concepts accurately, to

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 210 Philosophy development of analytic philosophy through the 20th century and discusses its contemporary influence. Fall semester, alternate years, expected f

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Physics INDEX 211 Physics PHYS1116 Astronomy SI This course is the same as PHYS1117, but without the laboratory component. This course is an introduction to the orig

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 212 Political Science Political Science POLSC1201 Introduction to American Politics and Government SA This course offers an overview of the American political

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 213 outcome. Party affiliation, issue importance and campaign techniques will be reviewed as to determine what factors contribute to a succes

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 214 Political Science POLSC2301 Politics of Race and Ethnicity in Latin America Latin America, stretching from the southern border of the United States to the

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 215 through applied case studies in specific areas of international law, such as humanitarian law, the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine, th

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 216 Political Science POLSC2503 Revolution and Nationalism This course discusses the nature and causes of rebellion and revolution with special regard to the n

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 217 This course seeks to explore this debate through an overview of American political thought from the nations founding through present day.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 218 Political Science Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2015. 4 credits Prerequisite POLSC1301 POLSC3305 Women in Global Politics From the Barrio t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 219 POLSC4100 Senior Seminar and Internship in Political Science This seminar is the senior capstone course which allows students to apply their ana

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 220 Psychology of this course will be to understand crosscultural differences in thought, perceptions, behavior, and identity. In this course, we will examine

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 221 applied to specific questions of pain, illness and modern behavioral medicine. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisite PSYCH1501 Recom

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 222 Psychology Prerequisites Junior or senior status, PSYCH1501, or PSYCH2203 or permission of instructor PSYCH3111 Cognition This course is designed to introd

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 223 mental processes, and methods of treatment and rehabilitation. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisite PSYCH1501 PSYCH3601 Counseling

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 224 Sociology who wish to study abroad during their junior year must submit their application by the Friday before Winter Break. Credit granted upon completion

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 225 SOC1107 Introduction to Anthropology SA The goal of this course is to introduce students to the comparative study of human societies. With the he

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 226 Sociology metropolitan areas in the global north and south to familiarize students with urban problems related to the labor market, housing, poverty, segre

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 227 that have and have not been put into place to deal with the issue. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2014. 4 credits SOC2129 Cultural

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 228 Sociology research, and 4 examine the role social controls and labeling play in defining deviant behaviors and societal responses to these behaviors. Sprin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 229 City, students will learn about the United Nations and nongovernmental organizations involved in international development. Fall semester, altern

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 230 Theology Religious Studies the Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC in South Africa. The course also takes a close look at how civilians and nongovernm

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 231 THRS2102 In the Beginning Adam to Moses R This course will enable students to acquire a detailed familiarity of the Pentateuch

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 232 Theology Religious Studies of Bishops primarily. Analysis of the documents and critiques of the teachings will also be used. Each of the documents will be

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 233 including its history, beliefs, practices and cultural expressions such as art and architecture. Spring semester, alternate yea

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 234 Theology Religious Studies to make it more socially relevant, and those who interpreted the role of Christianity as a witness against the prevailing cultu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 235 pay attention to justiceoriented, activist Christianity. This course will attempt to correct that imbalance by studying those C

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 236 Theology Religious Studies THRS3135 Contemporary Issues in Catholicism This course adresses selected issues of concern in the Roman Catholic Church that a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Interdisciplinary Courses INDEX 237 Interdisciplinary Courses FYS1101 FirstYear Seminar The FirstYear Seminar program comprises onesemester topical seminars explorin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 238 Interdisciplinary Courses HONOR2402 Justice Theories, Evidence and Practice M This course provides students with a foundational knowledge of theories of ju

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Interdisciplinary Courses INDEX 239 examine in depth the sources and outcomes of revolution along the political, social, economic and psychological organization of s

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 240 Competency Program Competency Program INT1001 PreInternships and Career Development This course prepares students for successful internshipjob searches an

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Studies Nursing INDEX 241 Graduate Studies Nursing General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Undergraduate Professional Program Bachelor of Scien

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 242 General Policies and Procedures General Policies and Procedures General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Attendance Policy Students are expected

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Policies and Procedures INDEX 243 Order InStore Students may purchase or rent when applicable instore. Order Online Students may purchase or rent when applic

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 244 Academic Policies and Procedures Academic Policies and Procedures General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Academic Integrity Policy All Emmanue

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Policies and Procedures INDEX 245 NG X No Grade was submitted by the faculty member Noncredit item completed For graduate courses, students must receiv

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 246 Academic Policies and Procedures Academic dismissal from Graduate Studies is permanent. Students may not petition for readmittance to the College. Financia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Policies and Procedures INDEX 247 Transfer Credits and NonTraditional Credits All potential transfer credits from other regionally accredited institutions a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 248 Academic Policies and Procedures completed two graded courses during a term with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher no passfail and no grades of incomp

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Policies and Procedures INDEX 249 Policy on Commencement Participation Students must have completed all degree requirements in order to participate in Comme

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 250 Support Services Support Services General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Academic Advising Integral to an Emmanuel College education is academ

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Support Services INDEX 251 The office organizes a variety of employerbased events, both on and off campus, such as employer information tables and information sessio

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 252 Support Services Mission Ministry Rooted in the spirit of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Emmanuel College strives to create a welcoming community t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 253 Finances General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Schedule of Fees for Students Enrolled in Graduate Studies Undergraduate Managemehnt N

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 254 Finances Course Withdrawal and Refund Policy General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Note This policy is for all Graduate Studies courses. This

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 255 CampusBased format withdrawal and refund policy contd Drops prior to the start of the third week of the course the student receives a 50 refund a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 256 Finances Applying for Financial Aid General Information for Graduate Studies Nursing Eligibility for financial aid varies based on the students program a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 257 All financial assistance, regardless of its source, will be credited toward institutional costs first. Withdrawal or reduction in credit load may

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 258 Finances Federal Direct Subsidized Loans Undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need are eligible for a Federal Direct Subsidized Loan. This loan

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 259 Employer Partnerships Emmanuel College partners with several area employers to provide specialized educational opportunities through its Employer

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 260 Finances e.g., parking, student health insurance or for future semesters must complete a Credit Authorization Form. This form is available in the Office of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Undergraduate Professional Degree Program INDEX 261 Undergraduate Professional Degree Program Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Undergraduate Professional Program

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 262 Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Undergraduate Admissions Requirements To complete your application for admissi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN INDEX 263 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Diane Arathuzik, Ph.D., R.N., ACNSBC, CNE Chair The Bachelor of Science in Nursing BS

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 264 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN NURS3117 NURS4170 NURS4171 Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Health Promotion Practicum Senior Seminar 2. Assume acco

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN INDEX 265 Course Descriptions NURS3101 Concepts of Professional Practice This course introduces the student to the conceptual root

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 266 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN explores belief systems that impact the health planning of community resources. Collaborative models of care giving for

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN INDEX 267 develop a sense of audience awareness necessary to craft the most effective message written or oral for any rhetorical s

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 268 Graduate Programs Graduate Programs Graduate Programs in Education Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Tracks Profes

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 269 Admission Graduate Admissions Requirements To complete your application for admission to a graduate degree or certificate program, please submit

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 270 Admission Degree Requirements Candidates for a masters degree must successfully complete a minimum of 36 credits. Specific credit requirements are indicat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Education INDEX 271 Graduate Programs in Education Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Tracks Professional

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 272 Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Tracks Sister Karen Hokanson, SND, Ed.D. Chair P

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Master of Arts in Teaching MAT INDEX 273 Learning Goals and Outcomes The program of study in elementary and secondary education is designed to develop students abili

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 274 Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Course Descriptions ElementarySecondary Unless otherwise noted, all courses are 3 credits. EDUC5115 Documenting and Assessi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Master of Arts in Teaching MAT INDEX 275 EDUC5204 Literacy and Literacy Methods II Writing This course examines current theory and practice in the instruction of lit

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 276 Master of Arts in Teaching MAT and meeting professional responsibilities, four standards for teachers as required by the Massachusetts Department of Elemen

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Master of Arts in Teaching MAT INDEX 277 instructional implications for recognizing and accommodating the exceptional child. EDUC5467 Practicum and Seminar I This su

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 278 Professional Development Programs for Educators Professional Development Programs for Educators The Education Department develops and offers workshops and

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Professional Development Programs for Educators INDEX 279 EDUC5004 Using Manipulatives and Multiple Strategies Mathematics 35 This 12hour onecredit course is designe

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 280 Professional Development Programs for Educators strategies report on results in writing and through class presentations, sharing student work samples and d

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Professional Development Programs for Educators INDEX 281 and its physical properties. Participants will see a demonstration of how biophysical data can be collected

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 282 Professional Development Programs for Educators BIOL5005 Using Genomics to Investigate Gene Structure This course focuses on science content for high schoo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 283 Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Master of Science in Human Resource Manageme

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 284 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Master of Science in Human Resource Management HRM Certifica

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management INDEX 285 Requirements Master of Science in Human Resource Management HRM9009 Leadership and Organizational Behavior H

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 286 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management The Capstone Experience The Master of Science in Human Resource Management program culminates with a capsto

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management INDEX 287 HRM9028 Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations Economic, technological, demographic, and environme

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 288 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management HRM9036 Strategic Planning and Management Students identify strategic management areas for organizations and

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 289 Graduate Programs in Management Master of Science in Management MSM Certificate in Management and Leadership MLC The Maste

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 290 Graduate Programs in Management MSM9022 MSM9025 MSM9028 Changing Economies Operations Management Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations Managemen

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 291 how to apply this knowledge to improve organizational effectiveness, students examine the effect their own leadership appro

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 292 Graduate Programs in Management statistical techniques in order to measure and improve outcomes. This course provides students with an understanding of ope

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 293 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM Certificate in Research Administration R

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 294 Graduate Programs in Management Requirements Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAC9009 Leadership and Organiz

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 295 The Capstone Experience The Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration program culminat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 296 Graduate Programs in Management closeout. Recent federal audits and audit findings at universities and medical centers are used to illustrate highrisk fina

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 297 MSM9038 Capstone Seminar 6 credits The fourteenweek capstone seminar allows students to integrate the management theories a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 298 Graduate Program in Nursing Graduate Program in Nursing Graduate Program in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing MSN Education and Management Tracks Gradu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 299 Graduate Program in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing MSN Education and Management Tracks Certificate in Nursing Education C

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 300 Graduate Program in Nursing Requirements Core Courses NURS5101 NURS5103 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Nursing Research in the EvidenceBased Practice

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 301 NURS5310 Nursing Education Advanced Role Development Practicum 6 credits NURS5505 NURS5510 Graduates of the nursing educatio

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 302 Graduate Program in Nursing The Capstone Experience Nursing Education Advanced Role Development Practicum NURS5510 Nursing Management Advanced Role Develo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 303 and appreciate human diversity and cultural influences on health behavior including ethnic, racial, gender and age differences.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 304 Graduate Program in Nursing with the goal of devising strategies to effectively advocate for policy change. Public concerns regarding cost, quality, and ac

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 305 the nurse educator and the application of theoretical concepts, principles, and best practices research in diverse educational

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 306 Directory Directory Board of Trustees John F. Burke MaryEva Candon 72 Sister Anne Mary Donovan, SND 62 Sister Janet Eisner, SND James L. Elcock Elaine ElK

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 307 Administration Sister Janet Eisner, SND President A.B., Emmanuel College M.A., Boston College Ph.D., University of Michigan Kristen Conroy Associ

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 308 Directory Joseph Onofrietti Dean of Students B.A., Rutgers University M.Ed., University of Vermont Ph.D., Boston College Sean Philpott Associate Vice Presi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 309 FullTime Faculty Helen Ahern, R.N., C.S. Assistant Professor of Nursing B.S., St. Josephs College M.S., Boston University Benjamin Allen Assistan

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 310 Directory Yulia Dementieva Professor of Mathematics M.S., St. Petersburg State University Ph.D., Emory University Gregory DePies Visiting Professor of Hist

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 311 Sister Karen Hokanson, SND Assistant Professor of Education B.S., Salem State College M.Ed., Boston University Ed.D., University of Massachusetts

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 312 Directory William C. Leonard Associate Professor of History B.S., B.A., University of Massachusetts Lowell M.A., Northeastern University Ph.D., Boston Coll

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 313 Rebecca Moryl Assistant Professor of Economics B.A., Trinity College M.S., Suffolk University Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston Ryan Mott

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 314 Directory Anupama Seshan Assistant Professor of Biology B.A., Cornell University Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Arlyn Sanchez Silva Associate

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 315 Todd D. Williams Associate Professor of Biology B.S., Springfield College M.S., Northeastern University Ph.D., Florida State University Jing Yang

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 316 Directory Emeriti Gouri Banerjee, Ph.D. Associate Professor Emeritus of Information Technology Richard Beauchesne, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Religious S

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Calendars INDEX 317 Academic Calendars Arts and Sciences FALL 2014 August 31 1 3 11 15 18 SPRING 2015 January 11 14 19 22 29 New students arrive Labor Day

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 318 Academic Calendars Graduate Studies SUMMER 2014 May 12 26 Summer 1 classes begin facetoface and online Memorial Day Graduate Studies Nursing classes ar

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Index INDEX 319 Index A Academic Advising Program.................... 28 Academic Calendars .............................. 317 Academic Integrity Policy ............

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 320 Index B Bachelor of Fine Arts ............................... 58 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Graduate Studies only ............ 271 Billing and Pay

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Index INDEX 321 FirstYear Seminar ..................................... 7 Foreign Languages .................................. 88 Foreign Language Courses ..........

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 322 Index Mathematics ......................................... 106 Biostatistics.......................................... 68 Mathematics Courses ............

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Index INDEX 323 U Undergraduate Admissions Requirements ............................... 16, 262 Undergraduate Professional Program .... 261 Bachelor of Science in Nu

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