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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 20152016 Academic Catalog

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 2 Table of Contents Table of Contents About Emmanuel College. . . . . . . . . . . .5 Biostatistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Business Eco

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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 Foundation Skills This requirement ensures that students have the foundational skills for learning at the college level, for li

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 American cul

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 an instructor of the College and supervised in the clinical setting by a qualified professional. Ordinarily, no more than fou

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Special Academic Opportunities INDEX 15 Students with fewer than 30 credits and students in their final semester at Emmanuel may only participate in travel courses,

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 Emmanuel College and entitle students to credit equivalent to at least one course. Transfer students may transfer courses from regionally accredit

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 19 writtenessaychosenfromthe A application form students may also submit additional examples of personal expression that may serve to enhance their

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 20 Admission Procedure for NonMatriculating Students General Information for Arts and Sciences Students who wish to take undergraduate courses at Emmanuel Col

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 of its students and to maintaining the confidentiality of its records. A copy of this law is available in the Office of the Registrar.

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 Center provides referrals to outside therapists and psychiatrists for longerterm treatment and consults with these providers with the students

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 35 each hall has Resident Assistants who are student leaders that live with the residents and are dedicated to supporting residents with their per

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 Billing and Payment Schedule A tuition bill is available in early July for the fall semester and in late November for the spring

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 39 15th of each month. There is a 35 enrollment fee per semester. To receive more information or to enroll, please contact TMS at 18

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 40 Finances and Financial Aid Scholarshipalso a 2,500 awardis given to students who are recommended by the Emmanuel family of dedicated alums, current faculty

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 41 are reserved for continuing students however, all incoming students are reviewed for their endowed scholarship eligibility upon r

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 Gilbert Grant A needbased grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Massachusetts residents who are fulltime undergraduate

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 44 Finances and Financial Aid Grades of failure, withdrawal, unofficial withdrawal, repeated classes and incomplete do not count toward completed credits. Tran

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 45 Other Aid Private Scholarships To help reduce costs, students may apply for private scholarships. Possible sources include high s

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 46 Finances and Financial Aid interested in working on campus should visit HireSaints and apply for jobs as soon as possible. FullTime Resident Tuition Student

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 47 After the adddrop period, students are liable for the cost of courses from which they withdraw. Withdrawal from the College To of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 48 Finances and Financial Aid Refund Process General Information for Arts and Sciences If students have a credit on their account after paying their bill, the

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 50 Accounting ACCT4201 ECON1101 MATH1117 Advanced Accounting Principles of Microeconomics Introduction to Statistics Calculus I Applied Mathematics for Managem

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 B.A. in American Studies with Concentration in American Cultural Studies Requirements for Concentration Five Foundational courses 1. AMST1

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 53 910. Two courses from the following 3000level American Literature or History ENGL3301 The American West in Film and Literature ENGL3303 Ima

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 54 American Studies 6. One course from the following 2000level American Literature, Art or History courses ART2202 Art of Resistance Social Justice and the Vis

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 55 910. Two courses from the following 3000level American Politics or Sociology courses POLSC3160 American Political Thought POLSC3201 Congres

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 56 American Studies 12. Capstone AMST4178 or AMST4995 Directed Research in American Studies Internship Distinction in the Field Requirements 3.5cumulative

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 57 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 INDEX 58 Art Art therapy students are exempt from taking ART1402 Basic Drawing II, and ART1201 Survey of Art I or ART1202 Survey of Art II B.A. in Studio Art Studi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 59 Arts and Sciences. The Dean must approve the proposal. The course of study culminates with a directed study that supports a capstone project in the spri

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 60 Art Learning Goals and Outcomes Students enrolled in the graphic design program will be trained in ontentsubjectresearchinformation C hierarchy onceptdev

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 61 Minor in Graphic Design Requirements for Minor ART1401 Basic Drawing I ART1407 Introduction to Digital Processes ART2403 Design and Composition ART2432

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 62 Art The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for the Art Therapy PreProfessional Program not major is ART4366 Art Therapy Practicum II. These cou

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 63 faculty committee. Students also submit an art project in response to their thesis. Art therapy students are also required to submit work for the senior

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 64 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 fu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 65 CHEM1101 CHEM1102 or CHEM1103 CHEM2101 CHEM2102 Principles of Chemistry I Principles of Chemistry II BIOL3151 BIOL4194 BIOL4195 Exercise Physio

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 66 Biology B.S. Biology with Concentration in Health Sciences This program is structured for students interested in pursuing careers in the Health Sciences, i

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 67 4. BIOL4194 BIOL4195 Research Internships in the Natural Sciences I and II or BIOL3211 Experiential Internships in the Natural Sciences with permi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 68 Biology 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 Biostatistics INDEX 69 Biostatistics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Coordinator Biostatistics is an interdisciplinary study with requirements in both biology and mathematic

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 70 Biostatistics MATH2113 MATH3103 MATH3105 MATH4101 Applied Statistics Probability Advanced Statistics Programming in SAS Distinction in the Field To be elig

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Business Economics INDEX 71 Business Economics Patricia Clarke, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Business Economics offers a major in management, a major in accounti

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 72 Business Economics Experience students demonstrate achievement of the goals of the major program. For Strategic Management, students participate in a busin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Business Economics INDEX 73 Minor in Economics Requirements for NonManagement Majors ECON1101 Principles of Microeconomics ECON1103 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 74 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 75 Calculus I Calculus II General Physics I Calculus based PHYS2202 General Physics II Calculus based Three electives selected from upperlev

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 76 Chemistry Physics PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Students Students with the goal of medical school, dental school, or veterinary school should refer

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 77 Education Sister Karen Hokanson, SND, Ed.D. Chair The education program at Emmanuel College is a licensure program that prepares students for teac

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 78 Education of realworld problems, materials and challenges, and examining student work products to make assessments of learning and teaching. tilizeabroadra

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 79 mathematics subtests of the General Curriculum MTEL in order to be approved for EDUC4467 Student Teaching Practicum. Secondary education students

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 80 Education Third Year EDUC3211 EDUC3212 EDUC3213 EDUC3215 EDUC3315 Fourth Year EDUC4300 Literacy and Literacy Methods I Literacy and Literacy Methods II Ma

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 81 Fourth Year EDUC4300 Sheltered English Instruction Teaching English Language Learners EDUC4467 Student Teaching Practicum EDUC4468 Student Teachi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 82 Education Distinction in the Field of Education Education majors qualify for Distinction in the Field if at the end of the senior year they have at least a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 83 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 84 English B.A. in English Communication Media Studies Requirements for Major The following courses fulfill the requirement under which they are listed 1. In

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 85 ENGL2701 ENGL3301 ENGL3303 ENGL3601 ENGL3701 ENGL3703 ENGL3705 ENGL3707 ENGL3708 ENGL3991 ENGL3992 POLSC2211 Literature and Film The American West

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 86 English 8. Journalism, Design, Management or Public Speaking Media Practice 9. 3000level ENGL course Advanced Literacy 10. 3000level ENGL course Theoretical

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 87 canonical texts in western literature Shakespeare, Chaucer, etc.. 7. 2000level World Literature 1 course Students gain an understanding of literatur

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 88 English Shakespeare Tragedies, Comedies, Histories and Romances 7. 2000level World Literature 1 course ENGL2103 Literary Mirrors Introduction to World Liter

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 89 Suggested FourYear Program for Departmental Major in Literature Students in the literature program should complete ENGL1205 no later than the end of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 90 English 9. 3000level or above English department writing or internship course 1 course Either through an internship or coursework, students learn how writin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 91 The Rise of the British Novel ENGL2408 The Modern British Novel Empire and After ENGL2409 The Political Novel ENGL2413 African American Literature A

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 92 Gender Womens Studies Gender Womens Studies Kimberly Smirles, Ph.D. Coordinator Courses in Gender Womens Studies provide a focused opportunity to explor

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 93 History Javier F. Marion, Ph.D. Chair The study of history enables students to understand change and continuity across time in the United States, Eu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 94 Gender Womens Studies Minor in History Distinction in the Field History Majors who wish to receive distinction in the field must have a 3.5 GPA in their

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 95 International Studies Lenore Martin, Ph.D. Chair The International Studies program offers an interdisciplinary major, with the option

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 96 International Studies 2. ECON2113 POLSC2409 The Politics of International Economic Relations 3. POLSC1301 Introduction to Comparative Government and Politic

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 97 POLSC3305 POLSC3403 POLSC3405 POLSC3407 SOC2205 SOC3115 SOC3201 SOC3205 THRS3133 Travel course Women in Global Politics From the Ba

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 98 International Studies B.A. in International Studies with Concentration in Diplomacy Security The program is designed for a student who wishes to become kn

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 99 LANG2418 LANG2605 LANG3427 LANG3431 POLSC2302 POLSC2415 Latin America ENGL2105 LANG2105 ENGL2417 ENGL3421 LANG3421 HIST2122 HIST3121

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 100 International Studies 9. Theology Religious Studies 1 course THRS2105 Judaism THRS2108 Religion and the Environment Ethical Explorations THRS2135 World Re

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 101 ENGL3421 LANG3421 HIST2122 HIST3121 HIST3225 LANG3411 POLSC2301 Spanish Caribbean Literature History of Colonial Latin America Surv

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 102 Latin American Studies Latin American Studies Javier Marion, Ph.D. Coordinator Students desiring to minor in Latin American Studies must complete a total

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Leadership INDEX 103 Leadership Kelly Grant, M.S. Coordinator Emmanuel College offers a minor in organizational leadership, a multidisciplinary program for students

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 104 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 105 MATH3105 MATH3113 MATH4101 MATH4178 MATH4194 Advanced Statistics Special Topics in Mathematics Programming in SAS Directed Study Internship T

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 106 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 Modern Languages INDEX 107 Modern Languages Jos AlvarezFernndez, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Modern Languages offers a variety of language, culture, and literature

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 108 Middle East Studies peers and Foreign Language faculty. Senior Seminar papers are also made available for review by department faculty. Foreign Language C

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Neuroscience INDEX 109 Neuroscience Neuroscience at Emmanuel College It has been stated that the human brain may be the single most complex living structure in the w

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 110 Performing Arts Performing Arts Scott Gagnon, Ph.D. Chair Performing Arts may be selected as an individually designed major with concentrated work in Thea

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 111 Minor in MusicTheater Requirements for Minor PERF0111 Theatrical Productions min. 1 semester PERF0313 Individual Lessons Voice min. 2 semes

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 112 Performing Arts PERF3101 or PERF3122 PERF3121 Dramaturgy and Play Analysis Playwriting Theatrical Design and Production A student wishing to receive D

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Philosophy INDEX 113 Philosophy Michelle Maiese, Ph.D. Chair Philosophy was originally defined by the Greeks as love of wisdom. Wisdom is knowledge that enables us t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 114 Philosophy Students may also minor in philosophy to complement their studies in the liberal arts and sciences. Distinction in the Field Criteria for disti

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 115 Political Science Lenore Martin, Ph.D. Chair The Political Science and International Studies Department offers a major in Political Scien

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 116 Political Science B.A. in Political Science with Concentration in American Politics Government Requirements for Concentration Six required core courses a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 117 Distinction in the Field Collegewide criteria specify completion of a research project and a 3.5 minimum GPA in the major. All Political

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 118 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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies INDEX 119 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies PreMedical Studies describes a suggested curriculum that is a str

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 120 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies Students interested in a career in the dental field are required to have a certain number of hours shadowing a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 121 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 INDEX 122 Psychology 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 Psychology INDEX 123 Take one of the following electives PSYCH2103 Relationships, Marriage and the Family PSYCH2105 CrossCultural Psychology PSYCH2203 Social Psyc

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 124 Psychology 6. Apply and integrate their knowledge of neuroscience to other areas of studies and to their everyday life. B.S. in Psychology Neuroscience Re

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 125 Capstone experience two courses PSYCH4282 PSYCH4283 Senior Directed Research I and II or PSYCH4494 PSYCH4495 Internship in Psychology I and II

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 126 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 wo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 127 B.A. in Sociology Requirements for Major SOC1101 Introduction to Sociology Analysis of Society in Global Perspective SOC2113 Methods of Social Re

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 128 Sociology SOC3203 Organized Crime A Sociological Exploration of Mobs, Gangs and Cartels Crimes Against Humanity Distinction in the Field A Distinction in

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 129 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 130 Theology Religious Studies The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for Theology Religious Studies majors is a Directed Research and Seminar c

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 131 Minor in Catholic Studies In continuity with the mission of Emmanuel College and of its founding congregation, the Sisters of N

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 132 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 133 Course Descriptions Course numbers 1000 through 1999 are defined as introductory, elementary, and general requirement courses appropria

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 134 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 135 ACCT3411 Federal Income Taxes Students study federal income tax laws as they apply to individuals, partnerships, corporations, and fiducia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 136 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 137 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 138 Art special attention to the position of Catholic abstract artists during the Modern Period in relation to both avantgarde art movements and to the Catholi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 139 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 140 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 141 comprehensive review and application of advanced photochemical techniques and lighting systems, and promotes a projectbased exploration of the mediums

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 142 Art works in the creation of wholly original, selfauthored visual works in video. SMS combines writing, reading of film theory texts and screenings of cine

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 143 ART4451 Ceramics III This course is designed to provide an opportunity for students to develop their own vision and produce a cohesive body of work. Al

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 144 Art writing, culminating in an art therapy thesis. Students are prepared for professional development in the field of art therapy and are introduced to ong

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 145 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 INDEX 146 Biology Three hours lecture. Fall semester. 4 credits BIOL1215 Introduction to Nutrition SI Introduction to Nutrition provides an understanding of nutritio

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 147 the earth. Air and water pollution, climate change, human overpopulation, diminishing fossil fuels, extinction of species all represent problems of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 148 Biology Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credits Prerequisites BIOL1105 and BIOL1106 or permission of instructor BIOL2123 Genetics

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 149 Prerequisites BIOL1105, BIOL1106 and BIOL2135 or permission of instructor 65 lab fee BIOL2151 Marine Microbiology The worlds ocean environment cont

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 150 Biology Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credits Prerequisite BIOL2135 or permission of instructor 65 lab fee BIOL3103 Cell Biolog

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 151 as recent concepts in bacterial, viral genetics and antimicrobial agents. Microbial disease and immune defenses are also addressed. Laboratories fo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 152 Biology sites and project must be appropriate for biology, and it is the students responsibility to obtain an internship. The options for sites could inclu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 153 Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits each Prerequisites INT1001, senior status, 3.0 grade point average, and permission of department Chemistry

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 154 Chemistry electrochemistry and kinetics. This course will replace CHEM1101 and CHEM1102 sequence in the chemistry major or minor for qualified students. Th

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 155 is required for those planning on teaching at the elementary school level. Laboratory experiments will focus on elucidation of lecture material.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 156 Chemistry these methods and the analysis of environmental, biological, pharmaceutical and food samples. Three hours lecture, four hours laboratory. Spring

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 157 CHEM3106 Physical Chemistry II Quantum Mechanics This course is the second of the twosemester physical chemistry sequence. It introduces students

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 158 Chemistry CHEM3121 Introduction to Molecular Modeling The course is devoted to practical implementations of readily available software designed for specifi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry INDEX 159 crime laboratory and a project in a clinical or industrial setting. A proposal for the internship must be submitted by the first week of the seme

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 160 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 161 curiosity about the world and what happens in it each week. Students will develop an understanding of the economic way of thinking, a familiarity

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 162 Education Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credits Prerequisite ECON1101 ECON4178ECON4179 Directed Study This course is limited to

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 163 EDUC2311 Learning, Teaching and the Secondary Curriculum This course is designed to provide students with the background and practical skills rel

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 164 Education mathematics teaching and learning which focus on problem solving. Students will also explore the use of technology and manipulatives in mathemati

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 165 EDUC4300 Sheltered English Instruction Teaching English Language Learners The purpose of this course is to prepare the Commonwealths teachers wit

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 166 English English ENGL1103 FirstYear Writing This course is dedicated to providing students with the writing and research skills necessary for academic succ

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 167 ENGL2103 Literary Mirrors Introduction to World Literature AIL Embark on a literary journey to Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South Americas

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 168 English study the formal and aesthetic developments in the modern novel while also examining each literary work in its historical context. Writers studied

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 169 Chekhov, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, Zora Neale Hurston, Amy Tan, Raymond Carver and Jhumpa Lahiri. Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits ENGL232

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 170 English American novels that interrogate the complexities of politics and political life in America and abroad. Novels may include Blood Meridian, The Grap

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 171 ENGL2507 Fiction Writing An overview of the craft of fiction writing and the creative process, study will focus on storytelling structure, use of n

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 172 English Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credits Prerequisites ENGL1205 or ENGL1502 and two 2000level courses and junior or senior

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 173 class will involve coming to terms with the uncomfortable excesses slavery, misogyny, revolution, etc. that these characters embody and that pervad

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 174 English Prerequisites ENGL1205 or ENGL1502 ENGL2501 and one other 2000level or above English offering and junior or senior status ENGL3504 Advanced Prose W

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 175 Whitman, Bessie Head, Nadine Gordimer, Xi Chuan, and Isabelle Allende. Fall semester, alternate years, expected fall 2015. 4 credits Prerequisites

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 176 English 1925, Its a Wonderful Life 1946, Rear Window 1954, Fatal Attraction 1987, The Color Purple 1985, Paris Is Burning 1990, and Slacker 1991. Spring se

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 177 by journals, magazines, anthologies, and contests, with the ultimate goal of publication. Spring semester. 4 credits Prerequisites ENGL1205 or ENGL

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 178 History History HIST1105 United States History to 1877 H This survey course explores the major political, social and economic developments of the United S

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 179 and longterm developments rather than on specific figures or chronological details. The goals of the course are to acquaint the student with some o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 180 History ways in which intercultural contact shaped ideas about race, ethnicity and gender, and how new communities and societies were formed through imperi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 181 present. This period witnessed the emergence of capitalist economies and the creation of governments based on the nationstate model. This course wi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 182 History HIST2140 History of Modern Middle East This course will begin by studying the institutions and internal and international dynamics of the Ottoman E

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 183 and unique history through readings, lectures, outside assignments and field trips. Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 184 History and political ideologues. The period covered spans the colonial period to the present day. This course will also consider thematic intersections as

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS International Studies INDEX 185 Acadians, Indians and others counted as a silent majority in the Atlantic world. While exploring issues of class, race, gender and fo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 186 Management Management MGMT1101 Introduction to Business This survey course introduces students to business and management in the 21st century. Topics cove

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management INDEX 187 can leadership be learned Students will also develop greater leadership selfawareness through assessments and class work. Fall semester. 4 credi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 188 Management learn from conceptual material, experience, behavioral exercises, cases, discussion, and reflection. The focus is on both the leader and the org

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management INDEX 189 sponsorships. Students will learn applicable law and analyze cases and situations using legal precedence, legal theory and ethical concepts as t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 190 Mathematics Mathematics MATH0010 Basic Math This course prepares the students to take collegelevel mathematics courses as well as to take other collegelev

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Mathematics INDEX 191 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 INDEX 192 Mathematics of formal mathematical proof. Technology, including the graphing calculator, Excel and Geometers Sketchpad, will be an important part of this c

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Mathematics INDEX 193 completeness of the real number system, limits, continuity and theory of differentiation and integration are covered. Spring semester, alternat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 194 Modern Languages Modern Languages Arabic LANG1661 Beginning Arabic I Beginning Arabic I will introduce students to Modern Standard Arabic and to the cultu

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Modern Languages INDEX 195 addition, students would be introduced to the art of translation from Arabic to English and vice versa in order to develop an understandin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 196 Modern Languages LANG2202 Intermediate French II Language through Film This language immersion course, a continuation of LANG2201, continues to develop lis

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Modern Languages INDEX 197 LANG2302 Intermediate Italian II This language immersion course, which follows LANG2301, continues to develop listening, speaking, reading

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 198 Modern Languages Spanish LANG1401 Beginning Spanish I This course is a language immersion program that introduces Spanish to students with little or no pr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Modern Languages INDEX 199 approach, students will gain a better understanding of significant historical events, geographical regions, indigenous cultures, regional

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 200 Modern Languages LANG3411 Latin American Literary Giants AIL This course will focus on the most influential Latin American authors. It will engage students

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Modern Languages INDEX 201 Literature in Translation LANG2103 Literary Mirrors Introduction to World Literature AIL Embark on a literary journey to Africa, Europe, A

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 202 Modern Languages LANG2315 Todays Italy A Journey through Literature, Cinema and Everyday Life AIL Students will analyze and discuss some masterpieces of It

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 203 Performing Arts PERF0111 Theatrical Productions The Performing Arts Department presents two to four theatrical productions each semester, r

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 204 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 205 history of Western music through musictheater. After learning certain basic musical concepts and discussing what types of works can fall un

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 206 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 207 tonal harmony by writing their own works of music. Starting with short, singleline tunes and gradually working toward largerscale melodies

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 208 Performing Arts then be explored in relation to each students project, beginning with the thematic analysis of the script, and continuing with set design,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Philosophy INDEX 209 Philosophy PHIL1101 Introduction to Philosophy M This general introduction to philosophy is divided into two parts. First is an historical surve

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 210 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 211 in which feminist and nonWestern perspectives both parallel and challenge some of the ideals of Western moral philosophy. Fall semester. 4 credi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 212 Philosophy in the belief that philosophy should not be about creating grand theories about reality, but that they should concentrate on more narrow problem

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Physics INDEX 213 PHIL4178PHIL4179 Directed Study Fall and spring semesters. 4 credits Prerequisite Permission of instructor PHIL4999 Senior Seminar in Philosophy To

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 214 Physics Students study energy use, production, and environmental effects. Topics include energy basics, fossil fuels, alternative energy solar, wind, bioma

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 215 underlie contemporary ideologies. Special attention will be placed on the theoretical background that ultimately deals with the complex t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 216 Political Science POLSC2229 Public Administration In the study of politics, too much focus tends to be placed on how laws and policies are crafted, rather

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 217 Prerequisite Either one economics or one political science course Crossreferenced with ECON2113 POLSC2411 The Contemporary Middle East Ch

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 218 Political Science POLSC2419 The Geopolitics of Democracy In this course, we will examine the conflict of geopolitical interests versus domestic forces that

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 219 Methods course for presentation at a professional conference such as the Northeast Political Science Association meeting. Spring semester

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 220 Political Science POLSC3209 Public Policy, the Law and Psychology Public policy and the law affect, and are affected by, many disciplines, with psychology

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science INDEX 221 Prerequisite POLSC1401 or permission of instructor POLSC3405 Strategies of War and Peace This course emphasizes conflict resolution. It b

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 222 Psychology Psychology PSYCH1501 General Psychology SA This course introduces the broad field of psychology by surveying a wide range of topics, including

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 223 development. In addition to dealing with the key markers of the early life stages, language development and the emergence of personality, approp

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 224 Psychology A major focus of the course will be on the completion of two research projects including study conception, research design, data collection, dat

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 225 Spring semester, alternate years, expected spring 2016. 4 credits Prerequisite PSYCH3111 PSYCH3205 Neuroendocrinology This course will examine t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 226 Psychology PSYCH3601 Counseling Theories and Techniques This course provides an introduction to the theories and techniques of behavior change and psychoth

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 227 submit their application by the Friday before Winter Break. Credit granted upon completion and acceptance of the work. PSYCH4496 Internship in Ps

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 228 Sociology 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 Sociology INDEX 229 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 INDEX 230 Sociology be paid to the realworld implications of economic inequality and the public policies that have and have not been put into place to deal with the

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 231 the subjectivity of such behaviors, 3 learn related theoretical perspectives and empirical research, and 4 examine the role social controls and l

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 232 Sociology role of major global institutions, such as the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank, in shaping social development

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 233 Interpol, the International Criminal Court ICC, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC in South Africa. The course als

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 234 Theology Religious Studies 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 Theology Religious Studies INDEX 235 documents and critiques of the teachings will also be used. Each of the documents will be grounded in its sociological, politic

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 236 Theology Religious Studies This course will provide students with an introductory knowledge of Hindu tradition, including its history, beliefs, practices

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 237 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 INDEX 238 Theology Religious Studies THRS2223 The First Christians R The first followers of Jesus of Nazareth were a diverse group of people who left behind a signi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Theology Religious Studies INDEX 239 with contemporary cultures. Issues such as abortion, assisted procreation and war along with other issues selected by students,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 240 Interdisciplinary Courses Interdisciplinary Courses HONOR1301 A Scientific Society Morality and Molecules SI Our world is enmeshed in an evergrowing partn

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Interdisciplinary Courses INDEX 241 of increased globalization. Consequently the main cases that the course will examine will be 20th century, nonEuropean cases with

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 242 Interdisciplinary Courses and being equally subject to influence from these fields and others. What would the science be in going to the moon without Jules

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Competency Program INDEX 243 IDS4494 Internship Students enrolled in interdisciplinary majors may complete an internship in an appropriate setting with the approval

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 244 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Graduate and Professional Programs Graduate and Professional Programs Undergraduate Professiona

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Policies and Procedures INDEX 245 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs General Policies and Procedures Attendance Policy Students are e

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 246 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs General Policies and Procedures Order InStore Students may purchase or rent when applicable inst

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Policies and Procedures INDEX 247 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures Academic Integrity Policy All

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 248 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures NG X No Grade was submitted by the faculty member Noncredit i

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Policies and Procedures INDEX 249 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic dismissal from Graduate and Professional Programs is p

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 250 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures Transfer Credits and NonTraditional Credits All potential tran

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Policies and Procedures INDEX 251 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Honors for Baccalaureate Degrees Latin Honors Latin Honorssumma

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 252 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Academic Policies and Procedures Policy on Commencement Participation Students must have comple

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Support Services INDEX 253 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Support Services Academic Advising Integral to an Emmanuel College education is

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 254 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Support Services The office organizes a variety of employerbased events, both on and off campus,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Support Services INDEX 255 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Mission Ministry Rooted in the spirit of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 256 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances Finances Schedule of Fees for Students Enrolled in Graduate and Professional Programs

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 257 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Course Withdrawal and Refund Policy Note This policy is for all Graduate and Profession

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 258 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances 14 Week CapstonePracticum Drop Withdrawal Policy 20142015 14week CapstonePracticum

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 259 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Health Insurance The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires students enrolled at least

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 260 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances the IRS IRS.gov. Students will receive notification from the Office of Student Financia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 261 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs have a remaining balance after their financial award. This loan has a fixed interest ra

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 262 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs Finances students with significant financial need, who are also Massachusetts residents. Awards

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances INDEX 263 General Information for Graduate and Professional Programs stipulate that students maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 after

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 264 Undergraduate Degree Program Undergraduate Degree Program Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Undergraduate Program for Graduate and Professional Programs

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Undergraduate Admissions Requirements INDEX 265 Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Undergraduate Admissions Requirements To complete your application for admissio

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 266 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Diane Arathuzik, Ph.D., R.N., CNE Chair The Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN is d

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN INDEX 267 NURS3115 NURS3117 NURS4170 NURS4171 Contemporary Healing Interventions Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Health Prom

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 268 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Course Descriptions NURS3101 Concepts of Professional Practice This course introduces the student to the conceptual roo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN INDEX 269 explores belief systems that impact the health planning of community resources. Collaborative models of care giving for

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 270 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN in both the classroom and the workplace. The overall focus is on helping students develop a sense of audience awareness

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 272 Admission Admission Graduate Admissions Requirements To complete your application for admission to a graduate degree or certificate program, please submit

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 273 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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 274 Graduate Programs in Education Graduate Programs in Education Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Tracks Professiona

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Master of Arts in Teaching MAT INDEX 275 Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Elementary and Secondary Initial Licensure Tracks Sister Karen Hokanson, SND, Ed.D. Chair Pr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 276 Master of Arts in Teaching MAT Learning Goals and Outcomes The program of study in elementary and secondary education is designed to develop students abil

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Master of Arts in Teaching MAT INDEX 277 Course Descriptions ElementarySecondary Unless otherwise noted, all courses are 3 credits. EDUC5115 Documenting and Assessin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 278 Master of Arts in Teaching MAT mathematics workshops, assessing students learning and facilitating productive STEM talk. Attention will be focused on the M

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Master of Arts in Teaching MAT INDEX 279 laboratory experiences. Students also develop instructional units that incorporate existing, modified, and original material

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 280 and social aspects of inclusive teaching and strategies for positive collaborative interactions with other professionals and parents. Students pursuing addi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Professional Development Programs for Educators INDEX 281 Professional Development Programs for Educators Carolyn A. Lynch Institute The Education Department develop

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 282 Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Master of Science in Human Resource Managem

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 284 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management Requirements Master of Science in Human Resource Management HRM9009 Leadership and Organizational Behavior

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management INDEX 285 The Capstone Experience The Master of Science in Human Resource Management program culminates with a capston

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 286 Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management HRM9028 Managing Diversity in Contemporary Organizations Economic, technological, demographic, and environme

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management INDEX 287 HRM9036 Strategic Planning and Management Students identify strategic management areas for organizations and

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 288 Graduate Programs in Management Graduate Programs in Management Master of Science in Management MSM Certificate in Management and Leadership The Master o

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 289 MSM9022 MSM9025 MSM9028 MSM9029 MSM9034 MSM9038 Changing Economies Operations Management Managing Diversity in Contempora

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 290 Graduate Programs in Management how to apply this knowledge to improve organizational effectiveness, students examine the effect their own leadership appro

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Programs in Management INDEX 291 statistical techniques in order to measure and improve outcomes. This course provides students with an understanding of ope

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 292 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Adminis

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM 293 Requirements Master of Science in Management with specialization in Res

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 294 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM The Capstone Experience The Master of Science in Management with specia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM closeout. Recent federal audits and audit findings at universities and medica

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 296 Master of Science in Management with specialization in Research Administration RAM MSM9038 Capstone Seminar 6 credits The fourteenweek capstone seminar all

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 297 Graduate Program in Nursing Graduate Program in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing MSN Education and Management Tracks Gradua

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 299 Requirements Core Courses NURS5101 NURS5103 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Nursing Research in the EvidenceBased Practice P

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 300 Graduate Program in Nursing NURS5310 Nursing Education Advanced Role Development Practicum 6 credits NURS5503 NURS5505 NURS5510 Graduates of the nursing ed

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 301 The Capstone Experience Nursing Education Advanced Role Development Practicum NURS5510 Nursing Management Advanced Role Develop

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 302 Graduate Program in Nursing and appreciate human diversity and cultural influences on health behavior including ethnic, racial, gender and age differences.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Graduate Program in Nursing INDEX 303 with the goal of devising strategies to effectively advocate for policy change. Public concerns regarding cost, quality, and ac

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 304 Graduate Program in Nursing the nurse educator and the application of theoretical concepts, principles, and best practices research in diverse educational

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 305 Directory Board of Trustees John F. Burke Sister Anne Mary Donovan, SND 62 Sister Janet Eisner, SND James L. Elcock Elaine ElKhawas Sister Mary M

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 306 Directory Administration Sister Janet Eisner, SND President A.B., Emmanuel College M.A., Boston College Ph.D., University of Michigan Kristen Conroy Assoc

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 307 Jennifer Porter Associate Vice President of Student Financial Services B.A., Providence College M.B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst Patri

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 308 Directory FullTime Faculty Benjamin Allen Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.A., Haverford College M.A., Bryn Mawr College Ph.D., Boston University Jos

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 309 Erich Doubek Associate Professor of Art B.A., University of Connecticut M.F.A., Massachusetts College of Art and Design Matthew Elliott Associate

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 310 Directory Laurie Johnston Associate Professor of Theology Religious Studies B.A., University of Virginia M.Div., Harvard Divinity School Ph.D., Boston Col

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 311 Javier F. Marion Associate Professor of History B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of New Mexico Lenore G. Martin Professor of Political Science B.A.,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 312 Directory Heather Pierce Lecturer, Mathematics B.S., Baylor University M.S., Tufts University M.S., University of Texas Mary Elizabeth Pope Professor of En

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 313 Kimberly B. Sofronas Associate Professor of Math Education B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Connecticut Kathleen A. Soles Professor of Art B.A.,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 314 Directory HalfTime Faculty Rose De Luca Lecturer, Sociology B.A., LaSalle University M.A., Boston College Emily Gould Lecturer, Art Therapy B.A., Emmanuel

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Directory INDEX 315 Emeriti Gouri Banerjee, Ph.D. Associate Professor Emeritus of Information Technology Richard Beauchesne, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Religious St

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 316 Academic Calendars Academic Calendars Arts and Sciences FALL 2015 August 29 2 7 10 15 17 SPRING 2016 January TBD 18 20 28 1 4 New students arrive Classe

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Calendars INDEX 317 Graduate and Professional Programs SUMMER 2015 May 11 25 Summer 1 classes begin facetoface and online Memorial Day Graduate and Profes

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 318 Index Index A Academic Advising Program.................... 28 Academic Calendars .............................. 316 Academic Integrity Policy ...........

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Index INDEX 319 B Bachelor of Fine Arts ............................... 59 Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Graduate Studies only ............ 266 Billing and Paym

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 320 Index Study Abroad and Consortium Agreements ................... 46 Withdrawal Policy .............................. 46 Financial Aid Renewal Procedures...

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Index INDEX 321 MeritBased Scholarships ........................ 39 Middle East Studies ............................... 106 Mission Ministry .......................

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 322 Index U Undergraduate Admissions Requirements ............................... 16, 265 Undergraduate Program ........................ 264 Bachelor of Scien

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