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Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

Teacher Preparation Program

The Teacher Preparation Program in the Division of Education attempts to share changes in policy, procedures, and protocols well in advance. Modifications or regulations may be imposed by other sources, so the Division of Education reserves the right to immediately initiate, add, or change program requirements without prior notice.

Transition Points in the Teacher Preparation Program

Candidates should be familiar with the four major transition points in the Teacher Education Program. The first occurs during the sophomore year when students are officially accepted into the program; the second occurs during the junior year when students are accepted into the pre-clinical/clinical practice program and become candidates; the third point is exit from the clinical practice semester, while the fourth follows candidates’ progress after graduation and into their first years of teaching, continuing to assess candidate satisfaction through the use of surveys.

Data are collected at each point to measure program effectiveness and to determine improvements to the curriculum thus ensuring each teacher candidate adequately meets the minimum standard for seven candidate proficiencies. Assessments of the proficiencies affirm the unit’s expectation that candidates will:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of student learning and development and respect in the diversity of the students they teach.
  2. Apply knowledge in the areas for which they have instructional responsibility.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge on the use of varied assessments to inform instruction, evaluate, and ensure student learning.
  4. Plan and deliver effective instruction that advances the learning of each individual student.
  5. Create learning environments that promote high levels of learning and achievement for all students.
  6. Collaborate and communicate with other educators, administrators, students, parents, and the community to support student learning.
  7. Assume responsibility for professional growth, performance, and involvement as an individual and as a member of a learning community.

Candidates should be aware of deadlines and program requirements for each transition point and should work closely with their advisors to ensure all pre-conditions are met in a timely basis. More detailed information about the transition points in the Teacher Preparation Program can be found in the Division of Education’s Student Handbook.

Transition Point #1: Admission into Teacher Preparation

Candidates pursuing licensure must be formally accepted into the Teacher Preparation Program. Transition point #1 for students usually occurs during the second semester of their sophomore year or after the completion of the four core Education courses. Acceptance into the program is a prerequisite for enrollment in higher-level (300 and 400) Education courses, including pre-clinical/clinical practice. The deadline for application to the Teacher Preparation Program is the third Friday of each semester/session: Fall, Spring, Summer I, and Summer III in which requirements will be completed. Applications and other related materials for the Teacher Preparation Program are available in the Placement and Licensure Office, Hannon Center, Room 110 and the deadline for submission is clearly stated. Criteria to apply for Teacher Preparation include:

  • GPA = 2.7, overall and education content coursework
  • Completed a minimum of 49 total credits
  • 4 core courses (minimum grades of B- in each course)
  • Pass ENG 102 or Honors English HON 103, or English Dept. Recommendation minimum grade of B- or Praxis I Writing with a passing score of 172
  • Pass MATH 104 or higher (minimum grade of B-) or Praxis I Math with a passing score of 172
  • Current, clear BCI&I & FBI background checks
  • Essay Review (with a passing score)
  • Approval by Division of Education faculty

Candidates are notified by letter by the Office of Field Placements and Licensure of their application status: either approved, conditionally approved, or denied.

A student who is conditionally approved, may continue to resolve the issue(s) until approved.

A student who is denied admission into the Teacher Preparation Program:

  • Will not be permitted to enroll in 300/400 level education classes
  • May be advised/decide not to remain in the Division of Education
  • May appeal to the Division of Education Teacher Candidate Development Committee (must be submitted in writing within two weeks of the denial letter and must be accompanied by appropriate documentation)
  • May appeal to the University Standards Committee if dissatisfied with the decision of the Candidate Development Committee

Transition Point #2: Entry Into Clinical Practice

Application for acceptance to pre-clinical/clinical practice program is usually made the semester prior to pre-clinical practice. Placements are coordinated by the Office of Field Placements and Licensure with local school districts and are generally made in Stark and surrounding counties. Candidates are required to have their advisor’s approval to move forward. The following specific requirements must be satisfied:

Pre-Clinical (Pre-Student Teaching)

  • 2.7 GPA, overall and in education content coursework
  • Clearance by the Director of Field Placements and Licensure (audit sheet)
  • Current, clear BCI&I and FBI Background checks

Clinical (Student Teaching)

  • 2.7 GPA, overall and in education content coursework
  • Clearance by the Director of Field Placements and Licensure (audit sheet)
  • Current, clear BCI&I and FBI Background checks

Transition Point #3: Exit from Clinical Practice and Application for Professional License

To satisfactorily complete clinical practice, candidates must receive a minimum rating of 2 on the following evaluations completed by their cooperating teacher and university supervisor: Ohio Educator Standards, Specialized Professional Association (SPA), and Walsh Candidate Proficiencies. Candidates must also complete the Teacher Work Sample (Value Added) Project, and Reflective Portfolio (aligned with Ohio Educator Standards). Candidates must complete student teaching and seminar with a minimum grade of B-. Candidates are eligible to apply for a State of Ohio teaching license upon completion of the following:

  • All University and Division of Education coursework (cleared by the University Registrar)
  • All required PRAXIS II content tests including the appropriate Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) test
  • Current, clear BCI&I and FBI Background checks on file with the Ohio Department of Education
  • Appropriate licensure application and required fee

Transition Point #4: Program Follow-Up

Surveys are used to follow candidates into their first year of teaching. The Division of Education will gather information from the candidates themselves and their employers.

Professional Licensure

All educational coursework, all content area courses, all required Praxis II content tests including the appropriate PLT, and current BCII & FBI background checks are required for licensure. Candidates should be aware that prior criminal convictions, whether or not the conviction has been expunged, can affect the student’s ability to obtain a license to teach in the State of Ohio and/or affect the student’s ability to obtain employment in a pre-school program, public school district or chartered non-public school. It is the student’s responsibility to determine whether he or she is eligible for licensure and/or employment as a teacher in the state of Ohio.

Students should consult with the Field Placement and Licensure Office if they have questions.

Title II Information

On the Ohio Praxis II group of written tests of educational theory and techniques for the 2010-2011 academic year, Walsh University students achieved a pass rate of 100% on the Principles of Learning and Teaching K-3 early childhood tests and a 96% pass rate on the 5-9 test. The aggregate pass rate for these professional knowledge tests equaled 97%.

Students who took the following content tests passed at a 100% rate: Early Childhood Education and Special Education Knowledge-based Core Principles test. The aggregate pass rate for content knowledge tests (Mathematics, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies and teaching special populations) was 98%. The summary pass rate for all tests is 97%.

The Division of Education’s Teacher Preparation Program enrolled 71 students who completed the program during the 2010-2011 reporting period. For additional data on the Praxis II scoring, please contact the University’s Office of Admissions or visit the Walsh University's website www.walsh.edu.

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Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

Founders of Walsh University

Undergraduate Academic Calendar, 2012-2013

General Information

General University Policies

Student Life and Services

Admissions Policies and Procedures

Estimated Expenses 2012-2013

Financial Policies

Academic Policies and Procedures

Academic Divisions

Walsh University General Education Curriculum

The DeVille School of Business

Mission

Vision

Associates Degree Major Requirements – The DeVille School of Business

Bachelor’s Degree Major Requirements – The DeVille School of Business

The DeVille School of Business Minor Requirements

Business Courses (BUS)

BUS 101 Introduction to Financial Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 102 Introduction to Financial Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 106 Electronic Spreadsheet Applications 1 sem. hr.

BUS 107 Electronic Slideshow Applications 1 sem. hr.

BUS 108 Electronic Database Applications 1 sem. hr.

BUS 110 Integrative Business Experience I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 111 Integrative Business Experience II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 112 Business Ethics in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 113 Communication in a Multicultural Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 210 Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 211 Intermediate Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 212 Intermediate Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 216 Principles of Marketing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 220 Quantitative Methods I, Statistics 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 221 Business Finance 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 230 Financial/ Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 231 Legal, Social, Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 232 Information Analysis 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 233 Marketing in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 304 Management of Organizations and Behavior 4 sem. hrs.

BUS 306 Advanced Topics in Financial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 307 Business Ethics 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 308 Global Integrated Marketing Communications 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 309 Multicultural Consumer Behavior 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 311 Marketing Research 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 313 Management of Organizations and Behavior I 2 sem. hrs.

BUS 314 Management of Organizations and Behavior II 2 sem. hrs.

BUS 315 Investments 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 316 Marketing Communications 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 318 Human Resource Foundations in Global Organizations 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 319 Negotiations in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 320 Quantitative Methods II, Decision Models 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 326 Integrated Information Systems 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 327 Systems Analysis and Design 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 328 Decision Support Systems (DSS) 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 334 Cost Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 335 Cost Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 337 eCommerce in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 340 Institutional Environment of Business 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 345 Fraud Examination 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 351 Global Finance 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 360 Management in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 361 Project Management/Global Business Systems 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 362 Global Information Systems 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 363 Financial Management in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 364 Research Methods and Design 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 371 Intermediate Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 372 Intermediate Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 373 Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 381 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management 3 sem. Hrs.

BUS 382 Creativity and Innovation 3 sem. Hrs.

BUS 385 Business Internship 2-12 sem. hrs.

BUS 385-1 Internship: Global Focus 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 400 CBC Experience 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 404 Advanced HR Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 405 Advanced Business Finance I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 406 Advanced Business Finance II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 410 Global Management and Culture 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 415 Advanced Investments 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 416 Marketing Strategy & Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 417 Operations Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 418 Team Global Management and Leadership Seminar 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 423 Federal Tax, I Individual 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 424 Federal Tax II, Corporate and Partnerships 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 425 Accounting Software Systems 3 sem. Hrs.

BUS 426 Sales Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 427 Computer Networking and Data Communication 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 428 Software and System Development Project 4 sem. hrs.

BUS 430 Current Topics in Marketing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 434 Auditing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 435 Advanced Auditing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 440 Organizational Change and Development 3 sem. hrs

BUS 441 Product Development and Innovation 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 442 Branding & Brand Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 443 Services Marketing Globally 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 444 Public Relations 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 445 Contemporary Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 448 Sustainability Achieved Through Organization Change and Development 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 450 International Business 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 460 Professional Development Seminar 1 sem. hrs.

BUS 465 Integrative Global Business Experience III 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 470 Advanced Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 471 Advanced Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 483 Strategic Entrepreneurial Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 490 H3: Business Policy Seminar 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 492 Independent Study 1-3 sem. hrs.

BUS 493 Special Topics in Business 1-3 sem. hrs.

Economics (ECON)

The School of Nursing

Mission

Goals and Outcomes

Philosophy

Nursing B.S.N. Major Requirements - The School of Nursing

Nursing B.S.N.

Nursing B.S.N. (R.N.–B.S.N. OPTION) for the Registered Nurse

Nursing B.S.N. Accelerated Option

School of Nursing Courses

NURS 220PL/AC Theoretical Concepts for Nursing Practice 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 230PL/AC Health Assessment & Promotion for Nursing Practice 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 240PL/AC Clinical Pharmacology and Nursing Management 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 250 Introduction to Forensic Nursing 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 310PL/AC Foundations of Nursing with the Older Adult 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 320PL/AC Nursing To Promote Mental Health 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 330PL/AC Nursing of the Acutely Ill Adult I 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 335PL/AC Nursing of the Acutely Ill Adult II 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 340PL/AC Nursing with Families I 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 350 Spirituality and Health 1-3 sem. hrs.

NURS 351 Medical Terminology for Healthcare Professionals 2 sem. hrs

NURS 356 Basic Concepts of Palliative Care: End of Life Care

NURS 358 Complementary and Alternative Therapies 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 410PL/AC Nursing Research 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 420PL/AC Nursing with Aggregates 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 425PL/AC Nursing with Families II 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 430PL/AC Nursing Leadership 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 440PL/AC Nursing with the Critically Ill 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 450PL/AC Professional Capstone 2 sem. hrs.

The following RN-BSN courses are available at the School for Professional Studies campus in Akron and Canton.

Associates Degree Major Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree Major Requirements

Adolescence to Young Adult: Life Sciences

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Language Arts

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Mathematics

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Science

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Social Studies

Behavioral Sciences/Counseling (B.A./M.A.)

Biochemistry (B.S.)

Bioinformatics (B.S.)

Biology (B.S.)

Biology — Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical, Pre-Optical, Pre-Pharmacy, and Pre-Veterinary (B.S.)

Biology — Pre-Physical Therapy (B.S.)

Accelerated B.S. Biology/Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) Program

Chemistry (B.S.)

Chemistry — Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical, Pre-Optical, Pre-Pharmacy, and Pre-Veterinary (B.S.)

Clinical Laboratory Science (B.S.)

Communication (B.A.)

Comprehensive Science (B.S.)

Computer Science (B.S.)

Corporate Communication (B.A.)

Early Childhood Education Licensure Program (B.S.E.)

Early Childhood Intervention Specialist Licensure Program (ECIS) with Moderate/Intensive Intervention Specialist Licensure (B.S.E.)

Education (Non Licensure Program) (B.S or B.A.)

English (B.A.)

French (B.A.)

General Studies (B.A.)

Government and Foreign Affairs (B.A.)

History (B.A.)

International Relations Major (B.A.)

Intervention Specialist — Licensure Program— Mild/Moderate Intervention Program with Early Childhood Reading Endorsement (B.S.E.)

Intervention Specialist — Licensure Program— Moderate/Intensive Intervention Program with Early Childhood Reading Endorsement (B.S.E.)

Mathematics (B.S.)

Middle Childhood Education

Multi-Age Physical Education

Museum Studies

Philosophy (B.A.)

Supplementary Major in Philosophy (B.A.)

Physical Education (B.S.)

Psychology (B.A.) – Research (B.A.)

Psychology (B.A.) — Community/Clinical (B.A.)

Sociology — (Applied Criminology & Criminal Justice) (B.A.)

Sociology — (Applied Family Studies) (B.A.)

Sociology — (Research Methods and Data Analysis) (B.A.)

Spanish (B.A.)

Theology (B.A.)

Supplementary Major in Theology (B.A.)

Academic Programs Through the School for Professional Studies (SPS)

General Liberal Arts Programs

Minor Requirements

Course Descriptions

American Sign Language Courses (ASL)

Arabic Courses (ARBC)

Art Courses (ART)

Adolescence To Young Adult Education Courses (AYA)

Behavioral Sciences Courses (BSC)

Biology Courses (BIO)

BIO 100 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 3 sem. hrs

BIO 101 Principles of Biology I 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 101L Principles of Biology I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 102 Principles of Biology II 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 102L Principles of Biology II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 120 Introduction to Bioinformatics 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 200 Medical Terminology 1 sem. hr.

BIO 206 Microbiology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 206L Microbiology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 209 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 209L Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 sem. hr.

BIO 210 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 210L Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 sem. hr.

BIO 280 Bioinformatics Seminar 1 sem. hr.

BIO 290 Pathophysiology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 301 Anatomy and Evolution of Vertebrates 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 302 Parasitology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 302L Parasitology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 303 Pathogenic Bacteriology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 303L Pathogenic Bacteriology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 304 Immunology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 304L Immunology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 305 Botany 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 306 Cell Biology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 306L Cell Biology Lab 1 sem. hr.

BIO 307 Essential Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 309 Human Physiology 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 314 General Ecology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 315 Field Botany 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 320 Biochemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 320L Biochemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 321 Biochemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 321L Biochemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 390 Biology Internship 1-2 sem. hrs.

BIO 401 Embryology 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 402 Genetics 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 402L Genetics Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 403 Clinical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 404 Physical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 405 Microanatomy 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 405L Microanatomy Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 406 Molecular Biology 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 407 Molecular Pharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 408 Virology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 408L Virology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 409 Cell Culture 2 sem. hrs.

BIO 410 Topics in Biology 2-3 sem. hrs.

BIO 411-412 Introduction to Research 1-2 sem. hrs.

BIO 420 Bioinformatics Applications 3 sem. hrs.

Chemistry Courses (CHEM)

CHEM 100 Introduction to Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 101 Principles of Chemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 101L Principles of Chemistry Lab I 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 102 Principles of Chemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 102L Principles of Chemistry Lab II 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 109 General, Organic, and Biochemistry I (GOBC I) 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 109L General, Organic, and Biochemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 110 General, Organic, and Biochemistry II (GOBC II) 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 110L General, Organic, and Biochemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hrs.

CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 201L Organic Chemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 202L Organic Chemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 301 Quantitative Analysis 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 301L Quantitative Analysis Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 302 Instrumental Analysis 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 302L Instrumental Analysis Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 305 Inorganic Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 305L Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 307 Essential Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 320 Biochemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 320L Biochemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 321 Biochemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 321L Biochemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 390 Chemistry Internship 1-3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 401 Physical Chemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 401L Physical Chemistry I Lab 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 402 Physical Chemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 402L Physical Chemistry II Lab 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 403 Clinical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 404 Physical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 405 Topics in Chemistry 2-3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 407 Molecular Pharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 411-412 Introduction to Research 1-2 sem. hrs.

CHEM 440 NMR Theory and Applications 3 sem hrs.

Communication Courses (COM)

COM 110 Broadcast Practicum 1-2 sem. hrs.

COM 115 Broadcast Staff Practicum 3 sem. hrs.

COM 120 Newspaper Practicum 1-2 sem. hrs.

COM 125 Newspaper Staff Practicum 3 sem. hrs.

COM 130 Television Practicum 1-3 sem. hrs.

COM 210 Mass Communication and Society 3 sem. hrs.

COM 211 Speech 3 sem. hrs.

COM 212 Interpersonal Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 220 Principles of Acting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 225 Oral Interpretation 3 sem. hrs.

COM 250 Writing for Mass Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 290-299 Series: Special Topics in Communication 3 sem. hrs

COM 290 Race, Gender and Power in the Mass Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 291 Sports Broadcasting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 292 Digital Photojournalism 3 sem. hrs.

COM 295 Graphic Design 3 sem. hrs.

COM 305 Intercultural Communication

COM 311 Professional Presentations 3 sem. hrs.

COM 315 Group Process 3 sem. hrs.

COM 320 Research Methods in Mass Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 330 Desktop Publishing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 340 Radio Production 3 sem. hrs.

COM 345 Television & Video Production 3 sem. hrs.

COM 350 Advanced Journalistic Writing and Editing for Print Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 355 Broadcast Writing and Journalism 3 sem. hrs.

COM 360 Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations 3 sem. hrs.

COM 365 Advertising/Public Relations Writing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 370 Mass Media Law and Ethics 3 sem. hrs.

COM 385 Film as Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-419 Series: Advanced Special Topics in Communication 3 sem. hrs

COM 401 Magazine Article Writing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 402 Adv. Desktop Publishing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 403 Computer Assisted Reporting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 404 Sports Writing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 407 Screenwriting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 408 Adv. Digital Photojournalism 3 sem. hrs.

COM 420 Mass Communication Issues and Ethics 3 sem. hrs.

COM 430 Media Internship 1-6 sem. hrs.

COM 440 Advanced Acting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 445 Advanced Television and Video Production 3 sem. hrs.

COM 460 Advanced Advertising/Public Relations 3 sem. hrs.

COM 475 Senior Capstone Experience In Corporate Communications 3 sem. hrs.

COM 490 Independent Study 3 sem. hrs.

Computer Science Courses (CS)

Early Childhood Education Courses (ECE)

Education Courses (EDUC)

English Courses (ENG)

ENG 100 Writing Workshop 3 sem. hrs.

ENG 101 Exploration of Self 3 sem. hrs.

ENG 102 Reading and Writing Connections 3 sem. hrs.

ENG 111-1 & 111-2 Exploration of Self in Community 6 sem. hrs

Introduction To Literature Series

The Survey Series

The Special Topics Series

Seminar Capstone Experience

English as a Second Language Courses (ESL)

French Courses (FREN)

General Education Courses (GE)

Gender Studies Courses (GS)

Government and Foreign Affairs Courses (GFA)

German Courses (GER)

History Courses (HIST)

HIST 101 World Civilization to 1500 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 102 World Civilization 1500 to Present 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 103 History of the United States to 1877 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 104 History of the United States Since 1877 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 204 Diplomatic History of the United States Since 1877 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 205 American Colonial History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 208 The French Revolution and Napoleon 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 209 Making Modern England 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 225 African-American History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 227 Women in United States History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 308 History of the Ancient World 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 309 History of Medieval Europe 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 310 History of Early Modern Europe 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 311 History of Modern Europe 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 313 The Rise and Fall of Nazi Germany 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 318 The Industrial Revolution in the World 3 sem. hrs

HIST 320 History of Ohio 3 sem. hrs

HIST 325 Civil War & Reconstruction 3 sem. hrs

HIST 328 Gilded and Progressive Age America 3 sem.hrs.

HIST 334 Constitutional History of the United States 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 335 The United States in the Twentieth Century 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 336 Modern Latin America 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 337 The Modern Middle East 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 338 History of Africa 3 sem.hrs.

HIST 350 American Catholic History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 400 Senior Seminar: Methodology and Research 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 410 Aspects of East Asian Civilization 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 413 European Intellectual History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 425 Readings in History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 435 The Papacy 3 sem. hrs

Honors Courses (HON)

Humanities Courses (HUM)

Intervention Specialist Courses (ISE)

Italian Courses (ITAL)

Jewish Studies Courses (JS)

Latin Courses (LAT)

Mathematics Courses (MATH)

Middle Childhood Education Courses (MCE)

Museum Studies Courses (MS)

Music Courses (MUS)

Natural Sciences Courses (NS)

Peace Studies Courses (PEAC)

Philosophy Courses (PHIL)

Physical Education Courses (PE)

Physics Courses (PHYS)

Psychology Courses (PSYCH)

Sociology Courses (SOC)

Spanish Courses (SPAN)

Theology Courses (THEO)

Faculty and Staff Directory

Board of Directors 2012–2013

Advisory Board

Campus Map

Index