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Troy University - Phenix City Campus
Welcome, on behalf of the entire Troy University community!
Whether you are a prospective student, a new student, or a
returning student, congratulations on your decision to enhance your
life by pursuing higher education. Knowledge is the key to prosperity,
and by choosing a life of learning you have ensured yourself a better
tomorrow.
At Troy University, we are dedicated to serving students as we offer
both undergraduate and graduate programs in Business, Counseling
& Psychology, Education, Nursing, and Criminal Justice. This class
schedule includes all the information you will need to succeed at Troy
University.
We pride ourselves in providing a dedicated faculty, convenient class
schedules, and superior student services. Please feel free to contact
us should you require assistance or to arrange a visit to our campus.
A directory of telephone numbers is included on page 7. You may
also visit our web site at http://trojan.troy.edu.
Thanks again for your interest in Troy University!
Sincerely,
Dr. David White
Campus Vice Chancellor
Troy University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist and doctoral degrees. Contact
the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for
questions about the accreditation of Troy University. The Commission is to be contacted only if there is
evidence that appears to support an institution’s significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard.
Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
INTENT TO
GRADUATE
Contents
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Academic Calendar .........................................4 - 5
Academic Information.......................................8 - 9
Admissions & General Information...................7 - 8
Campus Bookstore..............................................22
Comprehensive Exam Dates.................................9
Continuing Education............................................15
Course Load Information.......................................9
Degree Programs ..................................................8
Dropping / Withdrawing from Classes .................11
If you plan on graduating by
the end of Term 2 or Term 3 ,
you must file your intent to
graduate no later than the following posted deadlines:
Term 2- August 29
Term 3- November 7
No Intents Will Be Taken
After These Dates
Fee: $60.00
To file, follow the link below:
http://trojan.troy.edu/records/graduation/intent.html
Explanation of Section Designators ..................... 5
Financial Aid Information .....................................14
Intent to Graduate Information ..............................3
MAPP Information .................................................6
New Student Orientation .......................................6
Payment Information ...........................................12
Refund Policies ...................................................11
Registration Information .................................9 - 10
Scheduling of Classes...........................................9
Schedules
Orientation....................................................16
College of Arts and Science..........................16
Sorrell College of Business ..........................17
College of Education ..............................18 - 19
College of Health and Human Svs ................20
Telephone Directory ..............................................7
Tuition and Fees...........................................11 - 12
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Troy University - Phenix City Campus
FALL 2014 CAMPUS WIDE CALENDARS
Term 1 (14/T1)
July 21
August 11
August 18
August 29
September 1
September 5
September 19
October 12
October 14
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M
M
F
M
F
F
SU
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Term 2 (14/T2)
August 11 - October 12
Registration Period Opens for Term 1 2014 Classes
Term 1 Classes Begin
Last Day to Drop/Add/Withdraw from Term 1 Classes without Financial Penalty
Last Day to File Intent to Graduate for Term 2 (14/T2)
Labor Day Holiday
No classes/Offices closed
Payment is due in full for Term 1
Last Day to Drop/Withdraw from Term 1 Classes without Academic Penalty
Term 1 Classes End
Term 1 Grades Due
October 13 - December 14
September 22
M Registration Period Opens for Term 2 Classes
October 13
M Term 2 Classes Begin
October 20
M Last Day to Drop/Withdraw from Term 2 Classes without Financial Penalty
November 6
Th Payment Due in Full for Term 2
November 7
F Last Day to File Intent to Graduate for Term 3 (15/T3)
November 11
T Veterans Day Holiday
No classes/Offices closed
November 21
F Last Day to Drop/Withdraw from Term 2 Classes without Academic Penalty
November 26 November 30
W-SU Thanksgiving Holiday
No classes/Offices closed
December 14
SU Term 2 Classes End
December 15
M Term 2 Grades Due
December 18 January 1
Holiday Break
Campus Closed
January 23, 2015
F Commencement Exercises
7:00 p.m. Columbus Civic Center
SEMESTER (14/FA)
August 13 - December 10
July 21
M Registration Period Opens for Fall 2013 Semester Classes
August 13
W Semester Classes Begin
August 18
M Last Day to Drop/Add/Withdraw from Semester Classes without Financial Penalty
September 1
M Labor Day Holiday
No classes/Offices closed
October 3
F Last Day to File Intent to Graduate for Spring 2015
October 20
TH Last Day to Drop/Withdraw from Semester Classes without Academic Penalty
November 11
T Veterans Day Holiday
No classes/Offices closed
November 24 - 25 M-T Fall Break (16-Week classes only)
Offices Open
November 26 November 30
W-SU Thanksgiving Holiday
No classes/Offices closed
December 10
W Semester Classes End
December 15
M Fall Semester Grades Due
December 18 Holiday Break
Campus Closed
January 1
January 23, 2015
F Commencement Exercises
7:00 p.m. Columbus Civic Center
BUSINESS
December 6
S
MBA Business - Comprehensive Examinations
COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGY
September 11
September 18
October 30
November 6
November 6
December 4
TH
TH
TH
TH
TH
TH
Comprehensive Examination Registration Deadline
Comprehensive Examinations
Comprehensive Examination Registration Deadline
Deadline to have admission materials in for next interview
Comprehensive Examinations
Admission Interviews
October 29
See Website
See Website
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Comprehensive Examinations
PRAXIS II test - More information may be found at www.ets.org/praxis
Alabama Prospective Teachers Test-register online at www.actstudent.org
EDUCATION
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
1:45 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
Tentative Calendar for Spring Semester 2015
December 1
January 5
January 19
March 9 - 15
May 5
May 29, 2015
January 5 - May 5
M Registration Begins for Spring 2015 Classes
M Spring Semester Classes Begin
M MLK Holiday
M-SU Spring Break for Semester Classes
T Spring Semester Classes End
F Commencement Exercises
Classes Do Not Meet/Offices Closed
7:00 p.m.
Tentative Calendar for Term 3 (15/T3)
December 1
January 5
January 19
March 8
May 29, 2015
M
M
M
SU
F
Registration Begins for Term 3 2015 Classes
Term 3 Classes Begin
MLK Holiday
Term 3 Classes End
Commencement Exercises
February 23
March 16
May 17
May 29, 2015
M
M
SU
F
Registration Begins for Term 4 2014 Classes
Term 4 Classes Begin
Term 4 Classes End
Commencement Exercises
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DEPT
Columbus Civic Center
January 5 - March 8
Classes Do Not Meet/Offices Closed
Tentative Calendar for Term 4 (15/T4)
7:00 p.m.
Columbus Civic Center
7:00 p.m.
Columbus Civic Center
March 16 - May 17
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Troy University - Phenix City Campus
Please be aware that all practicums and internships run concurrently
with the semester (and not term) schedule. The Fall semester begins
on August 13, 2014, and ends December 10, 2014. The final day
students may drop or withdraw from their internships or practicums
without incurring academic penalty is October 20, 2014. All internships and practicums can be identified through Trojan Web Express
by selecting the TIP via the Location listing in the Search for Sections option of the Registration menu.
The Measurement of Academic Proficiency and Progress (MAPP) is a requirement for Graduation
The MAPP test contains 108 questions and can be administered in two and a half hours. It provides a total
score and sub score for each student and a full range of group mean data for the university in the following
areas: Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Critical Thinking, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural
Sciences.
This exam is mandatory for all undergraduate students with 60 or more credit hours. An academic hold will
be placed on all undergraduate students who have not taken the exam.
Please call 334-448-5125 or email [email protected] to schedule your exam or for further questions.
Please include your full name, student ID number, and desired date and time in your email or have this information on hand for your call.
Fall 2014 MAPP Schedule
Monday
Saturday
9/8
2:00PM
9/13 10AM OR 2:00PM
11/3
2:00PM
11/8 10AM OR 2:00PM
All exams are held in room A209 in the
Adams Building.
*Photo ID is required to take the exam.
New Student Advising
It is highly encouraged that all new students meet with their advisor during the first week of registration.
Afterwards, students will learn how to register through Trojan Web Express, understand program evaluations,
and access Blackboard and Trojan Web Mail.
Open Advising With Advisors Present:
Term 1 - July 21, 2014 from 12:30PM to 5:30PM
Term 2 - September 22, 2014 from 12:30PM to 5:30PM
After this period, advisors will be available by appointment only
Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
General Information
Administrative Hours of Operation
Administrative offices are open Monday through Thursday,
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM and Friday, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The
evening and weekend coordinator may be reached at (334448-5110).
Student Resources
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Student ID Cards
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Parking Decals
Picture identification is required on campus. All students must
obtain an ID card from the Student Services Department
which is located on the first floor of the Adams Building. Office
hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM &
Friday, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
All students are required to obtain a parking decal for the privilege of parking on any Troy University campus. A $75 annual
fee is assessed for the parking decals and may be purchased
from the office of Student Services, Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am - 6:00 PM & Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Please
place the decal on the left side of the rear window of your vehicle.
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Web Express
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Troy Email
Web Express is a versatile online tool that students may use
to register for classes, check financial aid status, make payments, change student information and monitor academic
progress. Go to http://trojan.troy.edu and click on Trojan Web
Express. Find your user ID by selecting Students then clicking “What’s my User ID?”. Your initial password will be the last
four of your social security number (password must be
changed on first login).
Go to http://trojan.troy.edu and click on E-Mail. User name will
be the same as your User ID. Your initial password will be your
birth date (mmddyyyy).
Telephone Directory
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All official information, including but not limited to, student billing, faculty-student communications, registration
changes and financial aid information will be sent to the
student's TROY email address. The University accepts no
responsibility for forwarding e-mail to non university email accounts. All students are responsible for monitoring their TROY Email account frequently.
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Blackboard
Go to http://trojan.troy.edu, click on Blackboard. User name
will be the same as your User ID. Your initial password will
be the last 4 digits of your social security number. To access
more information regarding Web Express, Web mail and
Blackboard go to: http://it.troy.edu/.
Admissions Information
Students must apply to the University and be admitted
by the Admissions Office before registering for classes.
In some mitigating circumstances, a student may be admitted as a temporary student for one term provided
they present admissible documentation.
Students, without exception, will not be allowed to register for a second term until all admission requirements
have been met. For application procedures and admission requirements, contact the Admissions Office 334448-5106, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM &
Friday, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Graduate Admission Test Requirements
Graduates must submit official test score transcripts from the
GRE, MAT, or GMAT exam as a part of the graduate application process.
Toll Free ...................................................................1-866-876-9787
LCOT .......................................................................(334) 448-5152
Vice Chancellor.................................................(334) 448-5112/5118
Evening Coordinator ................................................(334) 448-5110
Switchboard .............................................................(334) 297-1007
Academic Dean ...............................................(334) 448-5112/5118
Business Department................................................(334) 448-5126
Admissions................................................................(334) 448-5106
Bookstore ..................................................................(334) 448-5138
Business Office ................................................(334) 448-5120/5151
Counseling Division...................................................(334) 448-5147
Development Office...................................................(334) 448-5162
Education Department .............................................(334) 448-5169
Financial Aid ...........................................................(334) 448-5185
Financial Aid Toll Free Number...............................................1-800-414-5756
IT Department .........................................................(334) 448-5220
Nursing Department ................................................(334) 448-5156
Psychology Division..................................................(334)448-5189
Records Office .........................................................(334) 448-5109
Student Counseling ................................................(334) 448-5136
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Specific Graduate Program
Requirements
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Academic Information
Degree Programs Offered
Counseling Division
Bachelor’s Degrees
Students must submit an admissions packet to the
Counseling Division and complete a pre-scheduled interview.
Deadline to have admissions materials submitted
and interview dates for the 2014-2015 Academic
Year:
Fall 2014
Materials Due
11/6/2014
Accounting
Elementary Education K-6
Criminal Justice
Psychology
Global Business
RN to BSN
Business Department
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Education Department
Interview
12/04/2014
Information for the GRE can be found at:
www.ets.org/gre/
Information for the GMAT can be found at:
www.mba.com/mba/TaketheGMAT
Rehabilitation
Business Administration
Elementary Education (Alt-A)
School Counseling
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Instructional Leadership and
Administration
Clinical Mental Health
Elementary Education K-6
Rehabilitation
Candidates for the Master of Business Administration are
now required to take the GMAT or GRE.
Candidates for Education Specialist are now required to take
the GRE, including the analytical writing portion and have a
minimum of three years teaching experience in grades K-6.
Candidates must also hold a valid masters certificate in the
same major for which you are seeking an Education Specialist degree.
Social Work
Master’s Degrees
Early Childhood Education
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Human Services
Family Nurse Practitioner
Nursing Informatics Specialist
Education Specialist
Elementary Education K-6
School Counseling
Instructional Leadership and Administration
Early Childhood Education
Doctor of Nursing Practice
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Prerequisites
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Academic Advising
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Academic Department and
Faculty Hours
Students must meet all prerequisites for specific courses. See
the appropriate Graduate or Undergraduate Catalog for more
information.
All students are assigned an academic advisor. It is highly
recommended that you meet with your academic advisor prior
to registering for the first time. If a student is unable to contact the advisor at any time, the department chair is the next
most appropriate contact.
Academic Departments will be open from Monday through
Thursday, 9 AM – 6 PM and Friday, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Faculty members will post their office hours for each term. Additional hours are available. Call the department secretary to
schedule an appointment. Office hours for specific faculty
members will vary. Departmental secretaries are available to
assist students in contacting faculty.
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Admission to Candidacy
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Comprehensive Examination Date
Undergraduate students are limited to a maximum of 10 credit
hours. Temporary status is limited to one term of enrollment.
Graduate students are limited to a maximum of 6 credit hours.
Temporary status is limited to one term of enrollment.
All graduate students are responsible for submitting a Candidacy Form upon completion of 9 graduate term hours. Student
program acknowledgement forms are available on the web site
at trojan.troy.edu/graduateschool/forms.html.
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Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
For graduate students completing degree requirements in the
current term.
Business Department
Saturday, December 6
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Education Department
Wednesday, October 29
1:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Counseling, Rehab & Interpreter Trng
Thursday, September 18
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
All new students are encouraged to see an
advisor and register in person no later than the
last official day of registration.
Returning active students in good standing may register in
person, or via Web Express for Troy classes. It is highly recommended that undergraduate education students desiring to
register, see their advisor. Faculty advisors will be available
by appointment. Contact the Department secretary for an appointment.
SEMESTERS
UNDERGRADUATE
Full-Time
12
3/4 Time
9 - 11
Half Time
Full-Time
3/4 Time
Half Time
6-8
GRADUATE
8-9
7
4-6
Course Overload
Overloads require advisor permission and signature of the
department chair. See catalogs for rules regarding overloads.
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Course Load Requirements for Financial
Aid
Requirements are available at:
http://trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/ .
Scheduling of Classes
The meeting times for a standard 3 semester/term hour
course will be:
Weeknight
classes
4 hours and 20
minutes
one class per
week for 9 weeks
Saturday
Classes
7 hours and 30
minutes
5 Saturdays
Weekday
classes
Registering for Classes
Course Loads
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Course Load for Students with a
Conditional or Temporary Admission
Status
TERMS
COURSE LOADS
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COURSE LOADS
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4-5
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Weekend
Classes
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2 hours and 10
minutes
Friday, 6 PM 10:20 PM
Saturday and
Sunday, 8:30 AM
- 5:15 PM
two classes per
week for 9 weeks
2 weekends plus
Final Exam
Final Exam date
may vary
Weekend Classes
Business students must register for weekend classes at
least 2 weeks prior to the first weekend class meeting.
Students must also log into the class shell in Blackboard at
least 2 weeks prior to the first class meeting, download and
read the syllabus, and complete assignments as required
prior to the first class meeting.
Please note: Textbooks for weekend classes are refundable
with a receipt until the first day of class only. Check your
syllabus for textbook requirements and accuracy prior to class.
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Troy University - Phenix City Campus
eTroy Classes
eTroy classes are scheduled on 9-week terms. Online class
schedules, registration dates, and other important information may be found at http://trojan.troy.edu/etroy/.
eTroy classes utilize the Blackboard delivery system.
Information on using Blackboard may be found on the Troy
Campus website http://it.troy.edu/students/blackboard.htm.
Ordering Books
Books for eTroy courses may be purchased
at the Campus Bookstore or ordered
through MBS direct.
http://direct.mbsbooks.com/troy.htm or call
1-800-325-3252. Make sure that you order
your book(s) early or have them shipped to
you the fastest means possible. You are responsible for making sure you receive your
textbooks in a timely manner.
ALL FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION MUST BE
COMPLETED IN SUFFICIENT TIME TO BE
PROCESSED PRIOR TO REGISTRATION
Steps to Online Registration
1. Consult with your academic advisor and plan your schedule carefully.
2. Go to http://trojan.troy.edu and click on the Trojan Web Express link at the top within the black bar.
3. Click on the “Log In” button at the top right of the screen. If
you do not know your user name click on student menu, then
on “What’s My User ID?”
4. Click “Register for Sections” and choose “Express Registration” or “Search and Register for Classes.”
Express Registration
If you know the exact subject, course number, and section
number of the classes for which you wish to register, select
“Express Registration.”
1. You can register for a course by entering the six-digit synonym number or by entering the course subject(DEP), number(CRS) and section(SEC) (i.e.IS 2241 PTA5), and the term
for which you are registering (i.e.14/T5). After entering all of
the courses you plan to take, you may click the “Submit” button.
2. A new screen will display the results of your registration submission. You will need to click on the drop down box below
“Action” for each course. Choose “RGRegister” for each
course and click “Submit.” An error message will appear if you
are ineligible to register for courses.
3. You may print your schedule by pressing the print icon on
the toolbar.
Search and Register for Classes
If you do NOT know the exact subject, course number, and
section for the courses for which you plan to register, click on
“Search and Register for Classes.” You will be able to limit
your search by campus or location, term, subject, course level,
instructor, and/or meeting days and times.
1. Click on the appropriate term or search start and end dates.
2. Fill out two additional fields to narrow search.
3. Click “Submit”
4. Check the box to the left of the course that you are submitting for registration.
5. Click “Submit”
6. A new screen will display the results of your registration submissions.
Click
the
drop
down
box
below
“Action” and choose “RG-RG Register” for each course in
which you wish to enroll. After clicking “Submit” a confirmation screen will appear. An error message will appear if you
are ineligible to register for courses.
7. You may print your schedule by clicking the print icon on
the toolbar.
Special Note: Students, who for any reason,
register for classes but do not attend, MUST
NOTIFY THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE IN WRITING TO WITHDRAW. Any student who fails to
do so will be responsible for payment of fees.
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Dropping and Withdrawing from
Classes
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Dropping a Class
It is the student’s full responsibility to officially drop any class
or classes. Students with unconditional admission status may
drop classes via Trojan Web Express. Classes may not be
added or dropped at any time over the phone. After classes
begin, a student wishing to drop a class may do so through
Trojan Web Express until the 65% deadline. For information,
visit http://trojan.troy.edu/records. If you drop below half-time
status your financial aid may be reduced or cancelled, causing
an overpayment that must be repaid. For more information,
visit http://trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/.
A $30.00 drop fee (per class) is due at time of drop.
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Withdrawal from the University
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Classes
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Students dropping a weekend class before the class meets are entitled to a refund for all tuition and fees associated with that class.
Students may drop a weekend class after the first weekend but before the second weekend without academic penalty but will be liable for all tuition and fees associated with that class.
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eTroy Classes
Refund policies for eTroy and the Columbus/Ft. Bennning site vary
from those of the Phenix City Campus. For the most current information, refer to http://trojan.troy.edu/etroy.
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Financial Aid Students for All
Campuses or Sites
Students receiving financial aid, who drop a class or withdraw from
school after the first week of the term, may be liable for all tuition and
fees. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
Disciplinary Withdrawal from the
University
Students withdrawing from all classes before the beginning of the
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drawing after classes have begun must obtain a Withdrawal Form
A student who is withdrawn by the University for disciplinary
reasons, or for non-payment of tuition and fees is not eligible
for a refund of any nature.
term must notify the Phenix City Campus in writing. Students with-
from the Records Department on the first floor of the Adams Building.
If you cease to be enrolled and withdraw from Troy University,
all future financial aid disbursements will be terminated. Furthermore, your current disbursement may be reduced, causing
an overpayment that must be repaid. For more information visit
http://trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/.
A $50.00 withdrawal fee is due at time of
withdrawal.
Refund Policies
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Phenix City Campus Weeknight or
Weekday Classes
Students who drop a class by the last day of add/drop are entitled
to a refund of all tuition and fees associated with that class. Stu-
dents who do not, will receive a refund according to the schedule
below.
Term 1- No Refunds After August 18
Term 2- No Refunds After October 20
Textbooks are refundable with a receipt and a signed copy of your
withdrawal form within 30 days from the beginning of the term.
Tuition and Fees
Term In-State Tuition
Undergraduate
Per term hour
Course Audit, per term hour
Graduate
Per term hour
Course Audit, per term hour
Term Out-of-State Tuition
Undergraduate
Per term hour
Course Audit, per term hour
Graduate Tuition
Per term hour
Course Audit, per term hour
$ 272.00
$ 136.00
$ 365.00
$ 182.50
$ 544.00
$ 272.00
$ 730.00
$ 365.00
In-State Tuition for Georgia Residents
Residents of the following Georgia counties are eligible for in-state
tuition rates:
Chattahoochee, Clay, Heard, Harris, Macon, Marion, Meriwether,
Muscogee, Quitman, Randolph, Schley, Stewart, Sumter, Talbot,
Taylor, Terrell, Troup, Upson, Webster
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Fees
Troy University - Phenix City Campus
Registration Fee per Term(Non-refundable)
$ 25.00
Undergraduate Application Fee (Non-refundable)
$ 30.00
General University Fee (per term hour)
Graduate Application Fee (Non-refundable)
Lab Fees
Drop Processing Fee (per course)
Withdrawal Processing Fee
Live Class on Tape Fee
Payment Plan Fee
Late Fee for Payment Plan
Intent to Graduate Fee
Miller Analogy Test (MAT)
Nursing Admission Fee
Nursing Insurance (Undergraduate)
Nursing Insurance (Graduate)
Returned Check Fee
Transcript Fee
Parking Decal
Trojan OneCard Replacement Fee
Student ID Replacement Fee
$ 39.00
$ 50.00
Vary
$ 30.00
$ 50.00
$ 125.00
$ 25.00
$ 50.00
$ 60.00
$ 70.00
$ 20.00
$ 25.00
$ 75.00
$ 30.00
$ 10.00
$ 75.00
$ 15.00
$15.00
•Tuition and Payment Information for Terms
- Tuition and fees are due upon registration or no later than:
Term 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . September 5
Term 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . November 6
- Students are financially obligated for all tuition and fees regardless of any Financial Aid Pending.
Payment/Billing Procedures:
1.
Clearance of Obligation: All financial or other obligations to the University must be cleared prior to the end of each
semester or term. An outstanding balance for a prior term
must be paid before the student will be allowed to register for
subsequent semesters or terms.
2.
Registration: All tuition and fees are due at registration
or by Friday, September 5 for Term 1 and Thursday,
November 6 for Term 2.
3.
First Statement of Charges: Students are provided
with a statement of charges when registering in person. If registering on line, charges are available in Trojan Web Express.
4.
Statements: Statements are sent via email to your
TROY email account and by way of USPS (to the address in
our records) prior to the scheduled payment due date.
5.
Student’s Responsibility: Students should monitor
their account to ensure that student payments and financial
aid payments have been properly applied to the account.
* * *Changes to your registration such as Adds, Drops, or
Withdrawals can affect your Student Account. You are responsible for knowing university policies and adhering to the
procedures for maintaining an account in good standing.* * *
Financial Assistance
Students interested in receiving financial aid or
Veterans Benefits should contact the Financial Aid
Office. You must be enrolled at least half-time for
a student loan. See the Financial Aid Office for
additional information.
Financial Aid Call Center:
1-800-414-5756
or
http://trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/
School Code 001047
Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
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What Does It Mean that TROY-Phenix City is Switching to Terms?
Will all academic programs be switched to terms?
No. Nursing will be the only program that will remain on a semester schedule.
Will my financial aid award be reduced?
No, the amount of your financial aid award will not change. Changing to terms just means that your
disbursement pattern will change from two disbursements per year (Fall & Spring) to four disburse
ments (T1, T2, T3, T4).
Will the financial aid refund procedure change?
No. Financial Aid & scholarships will begin disbursing after the designated drop/add date. Refunds
will be issued within 7-10 days after financial aid disbursement.
Will the course load change? How many hours are required for full time?
For terms, 6 hours would be considered full time. Reference this chart for the breakdown.
GRADUATE COURSE LOADS
UNDERGRADUATE COURSE LOADS
Semesters Terms
Semesters Terms
Full Time
12
6
8-9
6
¾ Time
9-11
4-5
7
4-5
Half Time
6-8
3
4-6
3
What if I am a semester student, but taking term classes?
If you receive the Pell Grant, it will disburse based on your enrollment. If you are taking a minimum
of 6 hours, all of your Stafford loans will disburse at the beginning of the semester. You will not
receive another loan disbursement until the following semester. It is imperative that you maintain
your financial aid refund in order to pay for the term classes that you will be taking during the 2nd
half of the semester.
What if I am a term student, but taking semester classes?
You must remember that all semester classes will be listed during the initial term of that semester
time period. Therefore, in order to receive your term disbursement for the second half of the
semester time period, you must take term classes for that specific term.
Will I be able to set-up a payment plan for term classes?
Unfortunately, you will not. But you can still make payments online through Trojan Web Express by
using a debit or credit card. You can also make payments by visiting Student Financial Services
located on the third floor of the Adams Building.
What happens if I change my degree from semester to term disbursement pattern?
If you change your degree after your Financial Aid has been awarded, the disbursement pattern will
not change until the following academic year. In this case, you will need to see the Financial Aid
Counselor at TROY-Phenix City for guidance on how to prepare for your financial aid
disbursements.
Will I be able to register for two terms at once?
No. You will only be allowed to register for one term at a time.
Will drop/add dates be affected?
No. As always, refer to the academic calendar located in the schedule for drop/add dates for the
current term.
Will my registration procedure or advisor change?
No.
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FINANCIAL AID
Troy University endeavors to offer the finest education possible at an affordable cost. A Troy
University degree is accessible because of the number and types of financial assistance available to
students.
• Scholarships
• Federal Pell Grants
• Federal Workstudy (FWS)
• Student Loans (Stafford and Perkins)
• Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
• Veterans’ Financial Assistance
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), FA Counseling, and other forms are available
online at www.troy.edu/financialaid; although the FAFSA is available on January 1, the other forms are
usually not available until February. If you need a paper FAFSA, you may obtain one by calling 800-4FED-AID or 800-433-3243.
If you have already applied for current year financial aid, the USDE will send a reminder in November/December to all renewal eligible applicants with a valid e-mail address. If e-mail is undeliverable, a paper reminder letter will be sent. Students without a valid e-mail address will receive paper reminders rather than
pin mailers. If the student has not reapplied by February 2nd, the USDE will send follow up e-mail reminders or paper mail reminders as appropriate.
Students MUST APPLY AS EARLY AS ALLOWABLE for financial aid in order to avoid difficulties. March 1
is the application priority date. Moreover, students MUST CAREFULLY CHECK the accuracy of their applications to avoid unnecessary delays and other complications.
Note to Borrowers: If you borrowed at Troy University and drop a course or withdraw from the University,
you should go to www.troy.edu/financialaid to complete an exit interview and to notify your lender that you
are no longer enrolled or enrolled less than half time. Repayment begins in 6 months. There are deferments of payment for unemployment, hardship, etc. See Financial Aid Adviser.
All students who receive Title IV funds (Pell Grant, FSEOG, and Loans) ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND
THOSE CLASSES FOR WHICH THEY REGISTER. Attendance will be verified by the class instructors.
Students who do not attend any classes will forfeit their financial aid. Students who are reported as not attending a class for which they are registered will receive a non-attendance letter/form requiring an instructor’s signature or financial aid could be reversed, forfeiting the aid. The student will also be required to pay
all tuition and fees. Withdrawal from the University will also require repayment of unused portions of federal assistance.
For further questions about utilizing Financial Aid at Troy University, please visit our website at
http://www.trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/.
For information on how to apply and use your VA Education Benefits, please visit our website at http://trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/vetinfo.html
For questions or concerns regarding Financial Aid or Veteran’s Education Benefits, you may contact our
Financial Aid/ VA Counselor at 334-448-5185 or 800-414-5756.
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Veteran’s Information
For all students who plan on using their VA benefits, here are some general remainders about the procedures that are required:
•
In order for your classes to be certified, please go online to Troy's website and complete our VA Certification Request Form online. https://forms.troy.edu/veterans/index.html
Please make sure you select your home location and list every campus/site you are taking classes
(i.e. Troy-Columbus, eTroy, Phenix City, etc…).
•
If you receive Chapter 30 or Chapter 1606/1607 benefits, you must verify your attendance. You will
not receive payment until VA receives your verification. You will have to verify your attendance on the last day of each month. You may do so via the automated telephone system at 1-877823-2378 or via the Web Automated Verification of Enrollment (WAVE) at
https://www.gibill.va.gov/wave/default.cfm
•
For information on how to apply and use your VA Education Benefits, please visit our website at
http://trojan.troy.edu/financialaid/vetinfo.html
For questions or concerns regarding Financial Aid or Veteran’s Education Benefits, you may contact our Financial Aid/ VA Counselor at 334-448-5185 or 800-414-5756.
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Troy University - Phenix City Campus
DEP CRS SEC
FALL SEMESTER 2014
TITLE
DAY TIMES/DATES
ORIENTATION
RM
TERM 1
225843 TROY 1101 PTA1 University Orientation
W 06:00PM-07:30PM A206
TERM 2
225844 TROY 1101 PTA2 University Orientation
W 06:00PM-07:30PM P134
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225268 CJ 3345 PTV1 Criminology
T 06:00PM-10:20PM A302
225242 CJ 3375 PTV1 Intro to Social Science Inq.
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM A302
225259 CJ 4488 PTP1 Internship in CJ Agency
TBA
TBA
TBA
225261 CJ 4489 PTP1 Internship in CJ Agency
TBA
TBA
TBA
225264 CJ 4490 PTP1 Internship in CJ Agency
TBA
TBA
TBA
225236 SOC 2280 PTA1 Social Prob in Contmp Society
T 06:00PM-10:20PM P132
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225272 CJ 3325 PTV2 Juvenile Justice
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM A302
225271 CJ 3352 PTV2 Constitutional Law in CJ
W 06:00PM-10:20PM A302
225441 CJ 3365 PTA2 Victimology
M 06:00PM-10:20PM P136
225239 SOC 4421 PTA2 Social Stratification
T 06:00PM-10:20PM P132
INSTRUCTOR
Thompson J
1
Sowell
Mathis
Horiuchi D
Horiuchi D
Horiuchi D
Anderson Y
3
3
3
3
3
3
Thompson J
Mathis R
Staff P
Horiuchi D
Anderson Y
Nutrition Minor
Troy University offers a nutrition minor program through the Department of Kinesiology and Health
Promotion. A minor in nutrition is an excellent complement to many academic majors including Exercise
Science, Hospitality Sport & Tourism, Biology, Chemistry, Human Services, Social Work, Nursing,
Psychology, and pre-health professions programs. Nutrition courses provide academic preparation for
certification programs such as personal trainer or diabetic educator. Students may also take nutrition
courses as electives. All courses are offered conveniently online and will not interfere with course
schedules. The minor may be completed in one year. Troy University has partnerships with other
universities to accept all courses in the nutrition minor for transfer to undergraduate and graduate
programs in nutrition and dietetics.
Designation
KHP 2211
KHP 3310
KHP 3311
KHP 3315
KHP 3316
KHP 4458
Course
Hours Availability
Human Nutrition
3
Terms 1, 3, 5
Introduction to Food Science w/Lab
4
Term 2
Nutrition Assessment
3
Term 3
Complementary & Alternative Therapies
2
Term 4
Community Nutrition
3
Term 5
Lifecycle Nutrition
3
Term 5
HR
Prerequisite
KHP 2211
KHP 2211
KHP 2211
KHP 2211
For more information, please contact Dr. Teresa Johnson at 334-312-2309 or [email protected]
1
3
3
3
3
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Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
SYN DEP CRS SEC
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225660 ACT 3391 PTA1
225661 ACT 3395 PTA1
225662 ACT 4494 PTA1
225663 BUS 4474 PTA1
225664 FIN 3331 PTA1
225666 IS 2241 PTA1
225668 IS 3320 PTA1
225669 IS 3350 PTA1
225670 MGT 3375 PTA1
225671 MGT 3380 PTA1
225672 MKT 3300 PTA1
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225679 ACT 3392 PTA2
225745 ACT 3396 PTA2
225746 ACT 4495 PTA2
225747 BUS 3382 PTA2
225858 BUS 4476 PTA2
225773 FIN 3332 PTA2
225776 IS 3346 PTA2
225777 MGT 3300 PTA2
225778 MGT 4440 PTA2
225784 MKT 4463 PTA2
225785 QM 3345 PTA2
TERM 1 WEEKEND
225659 BUS 6613 PTK1
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225676 ACT 6691 PTA1
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225846 MBA 6611 PTA2
225789 MKT 6661 PTA2
SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
UNDERGRADUATE
TITLE
DAY TIMES/DATES
Intermediate Accounting I
Managerial/Cost Accounting I
Income Tax Accounting I
Business and Society
Financial Management I
Computer Concepts and Applic
Data Communication & Network
Business Programming
Global Human Resource Mgmt.
Principles of Supervision
Principles of Marketing
TH
M
W
W
T
M
M
TH
TH
T
T
Intermediate Accounting II
M
Accounting Information Systems
TH
Income Tax Accounting II
W
Business Communications
TH
Strategic Management
M
Financial Management II
T
Database Management Systems I M
Principles of Management
W
Developing & Leading Eff Teams
T
Retailing
T
Operations Management
W
GRADUATE
Seminar in Business
Fin/Man Accounting Glbl Exec
Business Strategy
Global Strategic Marketing
RM
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A302
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A210
06:00PM-10:20PM A209
06:00PM-10:20PM A210
06:00PM-10:20PM A218
06:00PM-10:20PM A218
06:00PM-10:20PM A206
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A209
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A218
06:00PM-10:20PM A218
06:00PM-10:20PM A201
06:00PM-10:20PM A210
06:00PM-10:20PM A206
06:00PM-10:20PM A302
06:00PM-10:20PM A218
06:00PM-10:20PM A210
INSTRUCTOR
Jones R
Jones R
Myers R
Schrimsher M
Irwin J
Lewis C
Ryan J
Ryan J
Schrimsher M
Parham J
Carter R
Myers R
Capozzoli E
Myers R
Fretwell C
Irwin J
Irwin J
Ryan J
Schrimsher M
Parham J
Carter R
Lewis C
FSSU 9/5-7 9/26-28 TBA A302 Fretwell C
W
W
M
06:00PM-10:20PM A218 Jones R
06:00PM-10:20PM A218 Parham J
06:00PM-10:20PM A205 Colley M
HR
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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SYN DEP CRS SEC
FALL SEMESTER
225423 RHB 4410 PSPA
225426 RHB 4420 PSPA
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225430 RHB 3360 PTA1
225322 RHB 3375 XTIA
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
224064 RHB 3320 PTA2
225440 RHB 4450 PTA2
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
COUNSELING DIVISION
UNDERGRADUATE
TITLE
DAY TIMES/DATES
Rehabilitation Pre-Practicum
Rehabilitation Practicum
RM
INSTRUCTOR
HR
W 05:00PM-06:00PM H104 Browning M
TH 05:00PM-06:00PM H103 Browning M
1
12
Hum Beh in the Soc Env II
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM H100 Graves E
Senior Seminar
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM H103 Browning M
GRADUATE
3
2
Vocational Assessment
Diversity
FALL SEMESTER
225431 CP 6650 PSPA
225487 CP 6650 PSPB
225489 CP 6650 PSPC
223155 CP 6652 TXVA
225491 CP 6657 PSPA
225492 CP 6658 PSPA
225494 CP 6659 PSPA
225496 CP 6660 PSPA
225502 CP 6662 PSPA
225505 CP 6663 PSPA
225506 CP 6670 PSPA
225507 CP 6671 PSPA
225998 CP 6680 TXVA
223164 CP 6686 TXVA
226282 PSY 6664 TXVA
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225513 CP 6600 PTA1
225514 CP 6610 PTA1
225515 PSY 6606 PTA1
225516 PSY 6669 PTA1
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
226672 CP 6641 PTA1
225560 CP 6642 PTA2
225562 CP 6649 PTA2
225563 CP 6691 PTA2
225566 PSY 6635 PTA2
Practicum
Practicum-REHAB ONLY
Practicum-SCHOOL ONLY
Rehabilitation Delivery & Proc
Internship: School Counseling
Internship: School Counseling
Internship: Mental Health
Internship: Mental Health
Internshp: Community Counselng
Internshp: Community Counselng
Internship: Rehab Counseling
Internship: Rehab Counseling
Sem:Coun Appr Wkg Hear Imp
Job Development and Placement
Assessmnt of Disabling Condit
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225569 PSY 6606 PTAA
225570 PSY 6669 PTAA
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225567 CP 7700 PTAB
225568 PSY 6635 PTAB
Intervent for Child & Adolesct
Behavior Pathology
Prof Orientation and Ethics
Fac Skills & Counseling Tech
Intervent for Child & Adolesct
Behavior Pathology
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM H103 Browning M
TBA
TBA
TBA Tew-Washburn S
W
W
W
W
W
W
TH
TH
TH
TH
TH
TH
TH
M
TH
T
M
TH
T
06:00PM-09:00PM H102 Carlson R
06:00PM-09:00PM H103 Tew-Washburn S
06:00PM-09:00PM H123 Campbell V
06:30PM-09:30PM A106 Shannon C
06:00PM-09:00PM H100 Burgan W
06:00PM-09:00PM H100 Burgan W
06:00PM-09:00PM H107 Medeiros R
06:00PM-09:00PM H106 Carlson R
06:00PM-09:00PM H107 Medeiros R
06:00PM-09:00PM H107 Medeiros R
06:00PM-09:00PM H105 Tew-Washburn S
06:00PM-09:00PM H105 Tew-Washburn S
06:30PM-09:30PM A106 Willis
06:30PM-09:30PM A106 Tew-Washburn S
06:30PM-09:30PM H101 Premuda-Conti P
06:00PM-10:20PM H123 Carlson R
06:00PM-10:20PM H123 Williams T
06:00PM-10:20PM H100 Burgan W
06:00PM-09:00PM H103 Moore D
School Counsel Programs Mgt
T 06:00PM-10:20PM H100 Burgan M
Group Dynamics & Counseling
M 06:00PM-09:00PM H100 Burgan W
Theories of Counseling
T 06:00PM-09:00PM H106 Carlson R
Research Methodology
T 06:00PM-09:00PM H103 Cox A
Vocational Psych & Career Dev
TH 06:00PM-09:00PM H123 Williams T
EDUCATION SPECIALIST
Adv Practicum in Grp Leadershp
Vocational Psych & Career Dev
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM H100 Burgan W
T 06:00PM-10:20PM H103 Moore D
W 06:00PM-10:20PM H100 Burgan W
TH 06:00PM-10:20PM H123 Williams T
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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Fall 2014, Terms 1&2 Class Schedule
SYN DEP CRS SEC
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225738 PSY 2210 PTA1
225756 PSY 3301 PTA1
225757 PSY 3304 PTA1
225758 PSY 3351 PTA1
225759 PSY 4402 PTA1
225760 PSY 4410 PTA1
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225751 PSY 2205 PTA2
225783 PSY 3311 PTA2
225753 PSY 3312 PTA2
225749 PSY 3320 PTA2
225752 PSY 3360 PTA2
225754 PSY 4450 PTA2
225755 PSY 4480 PTA2
PSYCHOLOGY DIVISION
UNDERGRADUATE
TITLE
DAY
TIMES/DATES
Developmental Psychology
Basic Statistics
Abnormal Psychology
Theories of Learning
Principles of Counseling
Bus & Industrial Psychology
T
M
W
W
M
TH
HR
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
H106 Van Doorn J
H102 Graham J
H107 Milligan M
A301 Ninas C
H104 Milligan M
H123 Van Doorn J
3
3
3
3
3
3
04:00PM-06:30PM
TBA
P128 Walters A
TBA Minnick C
3
9
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
P135
P129
P128
P131
A302
Brown L
Gaither C
Walters A
Staff
Taylor J
3
3
3
3
3
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
P135
P129
P130
P130
P134
A302
P129
Brown L
Moore C
Hardy B
Hardy B
Morway R
Taylor J
Moore C
04:00PM-06:30PM
TBA
TBA
P128 Walters A
TBA Minnick C
TBA Riley T
Psychology of Adjustment
W
06:00PM-10:20PM
Research Methods
M
06:00PM-10:20PM
Psychology of Women
M
06:00PM-10:00PM
Child Psychology
T
06:00PM-10:20PM
Forensic Psychology
T
06:00PM-10:20PM
Theories of Personality
TH
06:00PM-10:20PM
Senior Seminar in Psychology
W
06:00PM-10:20PM
EDUCATION DIVISION
UNDERGRADUATE
FALL SEMESTER
225654 ELE 4454 PSPA Internship Seminar of Ele Educ
T
225655 ELE 4474 PSPA Internship in Elementary
TBA
TERM 1 WEEKEND
225447 RED 3380 PTK1 Children's Literature
FSSU
225452 RED 4481 PTK1 Lang & Literacy Learning: P-3 FSSU
225462 SPE 4460 PTK1 Collaboration in Educ Practice FSSU
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225442 EDU 4400 PTA1 Classroom Management
M
225443 EDU 4499 PTA1 Technology Across Curriculum
T
225446 ELE 3362 PTA1 Teaching Mathematics K-6
TH
225992 KHP 3361 PTA1 Interg HPER into Curriculum
M
225993 PSY 3303 PTV1 Educational Psychology
W
TERM 2 WEEKEND
225635 RED 4482 PTK2 Lang & Literacy Learning 4-6
FSSU
225636 RED 4483 PTK2 Lang & Lit Learn III Int Strat
FSSU
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225620 EDU 3310 PTA2 The Professional Educator
M
225621 EDU 4471 PTA2 Curriculum & Instruction Deli
TH
225622 ELE 3360 PTA2 Teaching Social Science K-6
T
225623 ELE 3361 PTA2 Teaching Natural Science K-6
W
225624 ELE 4401 PTA2 Integrated Program
M
225994 PSY 3346 PTV2 Educational Assessment
M
225637 SPE 3340 PTA2 Diverse Learners
W
GRADUATE
FALL SEMESTER
225656 ELE 5544 PSPA Internship Seminar
W
225657 ELE 6674 PSPA Elementary Internship K-6
TBA
225658 ILA 6664 PSPA Practicum II
TBA
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
225468 EDU 6691 PTF1 Research Methodology
W
225469 ILA 6684 PTA1 Curriculum & Instructional Str
T
225470 SPE 6630 PTF1 Collaboration for Inclusion
TH
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
225641 EDU 6653 PTF2 Educational Evaluation
W
RM INSTRUCTOR
A301 Ninas C
H104 Williams T
H106 Van Doorn J
H105 Graham J
H104 Milligan M
H104 Milligan M
H107 Van Doorn J
8/15-17 9/12-14 TBA P135 Brown L
8/29-31 9/19-21 TBA P128 Walters A
8/22-24 9/26-28 TBA P129 Moore C
10/24-26 11/21-23 TBA P135 Brown L
10/17-19 11/14-16 TBA P128 Walters A
8/13,27 9/10,24 10/8
06:00PM-10:20PM
06:00PM-10:20PM
P135 Paleologos T
P131 Riley T
P129 Moore C
10/15,29 11/12,26 12/10 P135 Paleologos T
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
6
2
3
3
3
3
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COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
UNDERGRADUATE
TITLE
DAY TIMES/DATES
SYN DEP CRS SEC
FALL SEMESTER
224234 SWK 4480 PSPA Soc Work Pre-Practicum
224235 SWK 4481 PSPA Social Work Practicum
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
224056 HS 2240 PTA1 Ethics
224057 HS 3370 PTF1 Pro. Communication Skills
224058 HS 3398 PTA1 Senior Seminar
224059 HS 3399 PTA1 Pre-Practicum
224055 SWK 2250 PTA1 Intro to Social Work
225203 SWK 4450 PTA1 Senior Seminar
224060 SWK 4471 PTA1 Social Work w/Groups
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
224062 HS 4400 PTA2 Human Service Field Experience
224063 HS 4410 PTA2 Human Service Field Experience
224065 SWK 3320 PTA2 Hum Beh in the Soc Env II
224066 SWK 3390 PTA2 Social Work w/Individual
224067 SWK 4472 PTA2 Soc Work w/Org & Comm
RM
INSTRUCTOR
W 05:00PM-06:00PM H106 Brandenburg S
TH 05:00PM-06:00PM H102 Brandenburg S
T
TH
W
W
MW
W
TTH
TH
TH
TH
MW
TTH
06:00PM-10:20PM H105 Staff P
06:00PM-10:20PM H109 Cox E
06:00PM-09:00PM H106 Brandenburg S
05:00PM-06:00PM H106 Brandenburg S
06:00PM-09:00PM H105 Wickersham K
06:00PM-09:00PM H106 Brandenburg S
06:00PM-09:00PM H104 Cox-Bevley S
05:00PM-06:00PM H102 Brandenburg S
05:00PM-06:00PM H102 Brandenburg S
06:00PM-10:20PM H100 Graves E
06:00PM-09:00PM H105 Wickersham K
06:00PM-09:00PM H109 Duffey K
HR
1
12
3
3
2
1
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
My Schedule
SYN
DEP
TERM 1 WEEKEND
TERM 1 WEEKDAY
TERM 2 WEEKEND
TERM 2 WEEKDAY
CRS
SEC
TITLE
DAY
TIMES/DATES
RM
INSTRUCTOR HR
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www.mbsdirect.net
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