Bemidji State UniverSity Online and On-campUS cOUrSeS

Bemidji State University
Online and On-campus courses
MAY SESSION: May 14 - May 30, 2014
SUMMER SESSION: June 2 - August 1, 2014
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Summer Calendar
MAY SESSION: MAY 14-MAY 30
SUMMER SESSION: JUNE 2-AUGUST 1
Important Notice on Course Cancellations Any course, undergraduate or
graduate, must have adequate enrollment three weeks before the first day of the
course. This applies to all classes and workshops. Students are urged to register from
Feb 25 through April 24, 2013. It is the intent of Bemidji State University to offer
as many classes and workshops as possible during the summer of 2013 based on
enrollment numbers. Inadequate registrations may result in cancellation.
Before traveling a long distance to attend summer classes, please check on class
and workshop cancellations by logging onto the Web registration site (see page 32).
University Calendar Modifications The university calendar is subject to modification or interruption due to occurrences such as fire, flood, severe weather, labor
disputes, interruption of utility services, civil disorder, disease pandemic, and war.
In the event of such occurrences, the university will attempt to accommodate its
students. It does not, however, guarantee that courses of instruction, extra curricular
activities, or other university programs or events will be completed or rescheduled.
Liberal Education (Goal Area 10) Courses fulfilling 2925 People and the Environment (Liberal Education Goal Area 10) are offered in the following departments
during Summer Term 2013: Biology, Economics, English, Environmental Studies,
Geology, Health, and Sociology.
All information below applies to the May session and both summer terms
unless noted otherwise.
REGISTRATION* March 3 through first day of the course
LAST DAY FOR REFUNDS First class day
LAST DAY TO SIGN UP FOR PASS/NO CREDIT OPTION Through first class day by petition
at the Records Office
LAST DAY TO PAY TUITION/FEES May 12, May 30, July 3 Registration cancellation
for non-payment deadline
LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW WITH “W” GRADE Within first five class days
FINAL EXAMS As scheduled
HOLIDAY SCHEDULED (NO CLASSES) SUMMER TERM May 26, July 4
GRADES AVAILABLE Five business days after the last class
*Course cancellations are based on registration enrollment two weeks prior to the start of the
course. Early registration may help ensure that classes you want to take will not be canceled.
Bemidji State University Administrators
PRESIDENT
Bemidji State University is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and education opportunity.
No person shall be discriminated against in the terms and conditions of employment, personnel practices, or access to and participation in programs, services, and activities with regard to race, sex, color, creed, religion, age,
national origin, disability, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, or membership
or activity in a local commission as defined by law. Inquiries regarding compliance, rights and other information
may be addressed to the Affirmative Action Officer/Americans with Disabilities Coordinator at 218-755-3966.
Bemidji State University reserves the right to change without notice any of the materials (information, requirements,
regulations) published in this bulletin. This bulletin is not regarded as a contract.
This document is available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling 1-800-475-2001 or
218-755-3883.
A member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, Bemidji State
University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer.
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Dr. Richard Hanson
Dr. Martin Tadlock
Mr. William D. Maki
VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT AND ENROLLMENT Dr. James Parker
INTERIM VICE PRESIDENT FOR INNOVATION AND EXTENDED LEARNING Mr. Robert Griggs
ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Dr. Patrick Guilfoile
INTERIM DEAN, COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Colleen Green
DEAN, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNICATION Dr. Shawn Strong
INTERIM DEAN, COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN ECOLOGY Dr. James Barta
DEAN, SCHOOL OF NURSING Dr. Jeanine Gangeness
DIRECTOR SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES Ms. Joan Miller
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Mr. Tracy Dill
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING Mr. Scott Faust
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES Ms. Marybeth Christenson-Jones
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER Mr. James Pulliam
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Mr. Robert Bollinger
PROVOST & VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
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Message from
the President
Summer truly is a state of mind at Bemidji State University.
Academically, you will find a great selection of courses –­ both online
and on campus – taught by a stellar cadre of Bemidji State faculty.
The summer schedule is flexible, with some classes lasting only a
few weeks and others running an entire 9-week session. These
options make it easy to fit BSU classes into your summer plans.
From a recreational standpoint, you couldn’t choose a better place
than BSU to study during the summer. Adjacent to campus, Diamond
Point Park provides the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle
of classes. At the park, our Outdoor Program Center rents bikes,
camping equipment, canoes, kayaks, and other recreational gear for
summertime fun. The Bemidji area is also steeped in summer activities, with art fairs, summer theatre, waterfront celebrations, and more.
Richard Hanson
President
Summer Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Bemidji State University Administrators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Message from the President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Bemidji State University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Online MBA Progam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Workshops, Special Purpose Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Summer Class Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Academic and Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Financial Aid Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
A .C . Clark Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Advising Success Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
American Indian Resource Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Office of Student Development and Enrollment. . . . . . . . 28
Information Technology Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
TRIO/Student Support Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
TRIO/Upward Bound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
TRIO/McNair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Career Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Disability Services Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Counseling Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Health Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Health Insurance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
On-Campus Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Dining Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Campus Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
University Bookstore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Outdoor Program Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Gillett Recreation/Fitness Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
University Conference Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Hobson Memorial Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Admission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Undergraduate Study. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Graduate Study. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Tuition, Payment, and Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Web Registration Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Community Engagement and Summer Camps. . . . . . . . . . 40
Campus Map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover
Visit the BSU Home Page at
http://www.bemidjistate.edu
Class Schedule
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Area Code 218
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2001
Toll-free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-475-2001
Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2040
Advising Success Center. . . . . . . . . . . 755-4226
Bookstore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .444-8509
Toll-free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-855-281-8300
[email protected]
College of Arts and Sciences. . . . . . . . 755-2988
College of Business, Technology,
and Communication. . . . . . . . . . . 755-3732
College of Health Sciences
and Human Ecology . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2965
Extended Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2068
Toll-free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-852-7422
Financial Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2034
Records Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2020
Residential Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-3750
School of Graduate Studies . . . . . . . . 755-2027
Summer Term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 755-2068
Workshops
Please take time now to peruse the summer catalogue and then register for courses that fit your
needs and summer plans. I look forward to having you spend a part of your summer with us.
We look forward to challenging your mind while you enjoy all that summer has to offer at
Bemidji State University.
KEY TELEPHONE NUMBERS
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Summer at
Bemidji State
With online and on-campus summer choices at BSU,
you can easily set your mind on a season of learning
and enrichment. Whether you want to focus on a
single course, reduce your upcoming course load,
get yourself back on track, learn something new, or
expand your career opportunities, BSU Summer is a
great way to do it.
Hundreds of Choices,
Flexible Schedule, Focused Approach
With more than 300 courses and workshops available
on campus and online, you are certain to find classes
or workshops that are just right for you. Course lengths
vary from three to nine weeks, giving you the flexibility
needed to fulfill all of your summer plans.
Summer classes are the same quality as those offered during the school year. The focused-summer
approach, with its small class sizes, engaging faculty,
and supportive learning environment, enables students to successfully complete a course in as little
as three weeks.
If you’re looking to transfer your credits, Minnesota’s
transfer curriculum makes it possible to easily transfer your BSU Summer credits to other state system
schools.
Online Option Brings BSU Summer to You
Not in Bemidji this summer? You can still step into
the action. With BSU’s online offerings, you can be
anywhere and take BSU summer courses. There are
over 175 courses to choose from - everything from
anthropology to financial management, and you’ll
get the same personal support and attention offered
throughout the academic year.
Up North Living and Learning
Our “Up North” campus environment adds to the
summer experience. When it’s time for a study break,
you’ll find that being in Bemidji – one of Minnesota’s
premiere summer recreation areas – means having
a whole lot of fun in the great outdoors.
Bemidji State University’s 89-acre, wooded campus
sits on the shore of beautiful Lake Bemidji. You can
relax and study on one of the sandy beaches adjacent
to campus or take full advantage of the lake. Go swimming, skiing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, or
whatever lake activity increases your enjoyment of
warm summer weather. You’ll love the resort-like feel
of the area, while studying with us in the summer.
Our Outdoor Program Center’s lakeside boathouse
in Diamond Point Park offers great outdoor programs
and rents kayaks, canoes, sailboats, and bicycles.
The park itself has lakeside benches and walkways,
grills, and gazebos – a perfect combination for a quick
study-break getaway. A newly built biking and walking
trail winds it way along the lake and through campus,
offering students a great outdoor experience that’s
handy and inexpensive.
Besides lake activities, you can shop the dozens of
craft and art fair vendors who visit Bemidji every
summer. Also plan to take time out for city summer
festivals, including the Bemidji Jaycees Water Carnival, Art in the Park, the Big Bog Festival, and the
Bemidji Dragon Boat Festival. If you need a weekend
getaway that’s not too far away, take a short drive
south to Itasca State Park to hike, bike, camp, and
experience the park tradition of wading barefoot at
the source of the Mighty Mississippi River.
For the latest information on Bemidji area history,
events, attractions, maps, dining, accommodations,
and shopping, go to www.visitbemidji.com or call
1-800-458-2223. Convenient and reasonable oncampus accommodations are also available to students and their families. See the On-Campus Housing
section of this bulletin.
Ready to learn how to make your summer sizzle? Step
into the action by contacting us:
www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/summer
[email protected]
1-218-755-2068
1-800-852-7422
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Get Your MBA at BSU!
Fully online program begins in Fall 2014
Workshops and Special Purpose Courses
PROGRAMS FOR EDUCATORS
Dancing Numbers!: Making Math Count for
American Indian and Other Students
Path to success: This program will
give you the advanced-level skills and
understanding you need to succeed
and move up in today’s rapidly
changing business world.
For more information:
School of Graduate Studies
1500 Birchmont Dr. NE #48
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
Phone: (218) 755-2027
Toll Free: (888) 386-8464
Fax: (218) 755-2258
E-mail: [email protected]
Fast and flexible: Designed to be
completed in two years, the program
consists of 36 semester credits,
with a choice of specialization in
management, marketing or finance.
It is suitable for a working professional
or someone who has recently
completed a bachelor’s degree.
Return on investment: Priced
affordably at a tentative cost of
$19,500, the online MBA program at
BSU can get you where you want to
go in a way you can manage!
Online: www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/
graduate_studies/programs/mba/
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If you need an accommodation for this event, please contact the Disability Services Office at (218) 755-3883. If an interpreter is needed, two weeks’ notice is requested.
May 16 & 17, Friday 4 PM – 8 PM and Saturday
8 AM – 4 PM
Credits: 1 to 2 (variable depending on if an out of
class project is completed)
Description: Many students dislike math because
for them the “numbers don’t dance!” Many students
are turned off to math because they never see its value
or purpose in their lives or community. During this
hands-on course, you will have an opportunity to
learn how energize your instruction and invigorate
your student’s learning by connecting math and culture in your classroom. You will learn of ready-made
activities you can use immediately and also how to
create lessons of your own. This class will leave you
feeling excited to try these new approaches to teaching mathematics!
Intended Audience: This workshop is for teachers, para-professionals/teacher’s aides, parents, and
any other care providers who work with and teach
children.
Summary of Instructor’s Credentials: Jim holds
a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an
emphasis in early childhood education and mathematics education. Jim has taught for over 30 years
much of that time spent working with students and
teachers in public schools. He researches in the field
of ethnomathematics (the study of the relationship
between math and culture) and is the author of
numerous articles, book chapters, and has a book on
mathematics and culture instruction and activities
around the world soon to be published.
For more information visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
Educating the Whole Child: Early Experiences
(K-2) and Integration Across the Curriculum
July 21-25 (M – F, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
Credit hours: 2-3* (Teachers/students wanting 3
credits will complete an outside assignment)
Description: Key topics of this activity-oriented, learnby-doing workshop are: How the young child learns;
Developmentally appropriate instructional methods/
strategies to bring about optimum learning of the
whole child; Strategies for creating lesson plans and
activities that integrate the various disciplines across
the elementary curriculum.
Intended Audience: This workshop is primarily
for K-2 in-service teachers, para-professionals, and
students majoring in elementary education with an
emphasis in teaching early childhood (K-2). However,
the research and activities can benefit all those who
work with children 3-8 years old.
Instructor’s Credentials: Barbara DeBoer received
her PhD in Early Childhood education in 2007 from
Utah State University and is currently a clinical assistant professor of undergraduate and graduate students
in early childhood and elementary education at Utah
State University. Her research interests include early
childhood education, oral language development in
the home setting, K-2 teacher knowledge of oral language development, the integrated curriculum, and
professional development for early childhood educators. She has presented on these subjects at numerous
conferences and professional development workshops
throughout the state of Utah.
For more information visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
COURSE CANCELLATIONS:
Any course offering is subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. The decision to cancel will be made two weeks before the first
day of the course. EARLY REGISTRATION FOR YOUR CLASSES REDUCES THE RISK THAT THEY WILL BE CANCELED. IT ALSO
Ensures THAT YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF THEY ARE CANCELED. If you have not registered, you can check on cancellations
by logging onto the Web registration site (see page 40).
Note: Any additional workshops submitted too late for entry in this section appear in the Class Schedule
with x950 numbers.
Workshops
Brand new: Bemidji State University
has launched an online Master of
Business Administration program to
serve students throughout northern
Minnesota and beyond.
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Sink or Swim: How to Modify High School
Reacting to the Past
August 7-9
“Reacting to the Past” courses employ
a different pedagogy. Students learn by taking on
roles, informed by classic texts, in elaborate games
set in the past; they learn skills—speaking, writing,
critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, and
teamwork—in order to prevail in difficult and complicated situations. That is because Reacting roles,
unlike those in a play, do not have a fixed script and
outcome. While students will be obliged to adhere
to the philosophical and intellectual beliefs of the
historical figures they have been assigned to play,
they must devise their own means of expressing those
ideas persuasively, in papers, speeches or other public
presentations; and students must also pursue a course
of action they think will help them win the game.
The conference attendees will receive the game in advance. During the conference, participants will receive
an introduction to the Reacting to the Past pedagogy,
introduction to specific games, faction meetings, and
game sessions. A student participant panel about the
benefits of Reacting, and game development seminar
will be scheduled. Game debriefing, discussion of
using Reacting in the classroom, and additional
discussion of game development are included in this
workshop.
Description:
Intended Audience: Faculty from all Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU), University
of Minnesota, and Minnesota Private College Council
as well as other colleges and universities in the Upper
Midwest. Higher Education Faculty from outside the
area are welcome as well. High School teachers are
welcome, however the implementation of the games
is geared more towards a college level environment.
Instructor’s Credentials: Dr. Marsha Driscoll is the
Chair of the Psychology Department and Director of
the Honors Program at Bemidji State University. She
was involved with the development with the Darwin
game. Dr. Brendan McManus is an Associate Professor
in the History Department at Bemidji State University.
He currently is teaching Foundations of Western Legal
Tradition and World History.
For more information visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
M.S. Education Courses
Complete your core ED courses for a Master of Science
in Education degree, on campus, in two summers.
Three courses (ED 6100, ED 6107 and ED 6108) will be
offered in the summer of 2014, and can be completed
in 4 weeks. The courses will be interdisciplinary with
a thematic, inquiry-based design to the curriculum
and will create a supportive cohort of learners to
progress through the core curriculum as a learning
community. The remaining 4 core courses will be
offered summer of 2015.
For more information, contact Dr. Porter Coggins
at [email protected] Details about the MS
in Education program can be found at https://www.
bemidjistate.edu/academics/departments/professional_education/programs/ms_education/
PROGRAMS FOR
EDUCATORS AND BEYOND
Stress and Self-Care in the Helping Professions
June 2 – July 25, 2014
2 credit hours or CEU option available
Course Description: This course examines stress
and its impact on health. Students will explore approaches to addressing stress in daily life emphasizing
a holistic approach and focusing on the creation of
an individualized plan. The focus of this course will
be specific to the helping professions (e.g., psychology,
nursing, social work, education, criminal justice).
Intended Audience: This course is intended for
students or community members in the helping
professions.
Instructors’ Credentials: Sue Rickers completed her
Ph.D. in Social Work and is an Assistant Professor in
the Social Work Program at Bemidji State University.
She is interested in the implications of self-care in the
helping professions with an emphasis on a holistic
approach.
For more information visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference
June 22-28, 2014
Since 2003, writers from all over the United States have
gathered in an intimate lakeside setting with awardwinning authors and teachers to practice the arts of
poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Please join us
for an exciting opportunity to create, collaborate, and
commune in the great northwoods. This year’s faculty
members are Rebecca Brown, Camille Dungy, Sheri
Joseph,Aimee Nezhukumatathil, and Judson Mitcham!
Our Distinguished Visiting Writer is Pam Houston! New
this year, we’ve added an Auditors Track! For more
information visit www.northwoodswriters.org or e-mail
[email protected]
Music and Arts of Guinea: A Transdisciplinary
Experiential Teacher Workshop
June 24-27, 2014
3 credit hours or CEU option available
Description: This is a four-day workshop on the music and arts of the West African nation of Guinea. This
transdisciplinary experience will include hands-on
opportunities to participate and create in drumming,
dancing, singing, batik fabric design, jewelry making,
story-telling, and cooking. Tying all this together will
be an anthropological, cross-cultural perspective based
on the history and development of West Africa.
Intended Audience: All interested parties are welcome to attend; particularly teachers and graduate
students. No prerequisites required although this
workshop is intended, in general, to be of use to public
school teachers in all subject areas.
Instructors’ Credentials: Dr. Janice Haworth, Ph.D.
in Music Education. Fulbright Scholar, 2010-2012, to
Guinea. Dr. Jan Moen, Ph.D. in Development Sociology. Returned Peace Corps Volunteer to Ethiopia.
For more information visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
Workshops
Thursday, August 14, 2014, 9 am-3 pm (one-hour
lunch break)
Contact Hours: CEUs Available for the five-hour
workshop
Description: This workshop will provide general
education and special education teachers a process
which will enable them to modify any course content
so that students who are included in the general education classroom will be able to understand, know and
be able to do the basic requirements for the course.
Intended Audience: High School Special Education
teachers, high school general education teachers,
school administrators, special education directors,
and special education consultants are encouraged
to attend.
Summary of Instructor’s Credentials: Janine
S. Wahl, Ed.D. works in the School of Professional
Education at Bemidji State University. Her doctorate
is in Special Education with an emphasis on inclusion.
Kathy Nathan is a recently retired inclusion specialist
who has worked in a large urban high school with
special education teachers and general education
teachers to modify high school courses.
For more information visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
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Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
151015 ACCT 3405 90
151330 ACCT 4110 90
151013 ACCT 4210 90
Income Taxes II
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Advanced Accounting
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Auditing I
Course meets 6/2-8/1
3
Online
Kranz, Sandra
3
Online
Joyce, William
3
Online
Joyce, William
3
Online
Olney, Sylvia
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Anthropology
151176 ANTH1110 90 Cultural Anthropology
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Biology
Class Schedule
ARR Arranged
MM
onday
T T uesday
WW
ednesday
H T hursday
F Friday
S S aturday
N Sunday
Building Designation Codes
AIRC American Indian Resource Center
BG Bangsberg Hall
BN Bridgeman Hall
D Deputy Hall
DH Decker Hall
BE Bensen Hall
GC Recreation/Fitness Center
HS Hagg Sauer Hall
PE Physical Ed Complex
S Sattgast Hall
Notes
5XXX and 6XXX courses are for graduate students only.
Credits are in semester hours.
Course Course
ID
Number
Instructor
Prin Of Accounting I
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Prin Of Accounting II
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Prin Of Accounting II
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Accounting Systems
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Managerial Analysis
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Fin Statement Analysis
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Fraud Examination
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Interm Acct I
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Interm Acct II
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Government Acctg
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Cost Acctg I
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Cost Acctg II
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Income Taxes I
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Accounting
No
te
151005 ACCT 1101 90
151000 ACCT 1102 90
151001 ACCT 1102 91
151006 ACCT 3110 90
151003 ACCT 3117 90
151012 ACCT 3118 90
151014 ACCT 3140 90
151008 ACCT 3201 90
151007 ACCT 3202 90
151017 ACCT 3300 90
151004 ACCT 3301 90
151002 ACCT 3302 90
151016 ACCT 3404 90
3
Online
Graves, William
3
Online
Sheikholeslami, Mehdi
3
Online
Sheikholeslami, Mehdi
3
Online
Graves, William
3
Online
Sheikholeslami, Mehdi
3
Online
Joyce, William
3
Online
Joyce, William
3
Online
Massaglia, David
3
Online
Massaglia, David
3
Online
DuBois, Mary
3
Online Sheikholeslami, Mehdi
3
Online
Sheikholeslami, Mehdi
3
Online
Kranz, Sandra
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
Human Biology
4 MTWHF 10am-4pm
S 226
Course meets 5/14-5/30
S 203
Human Biology
4 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Gen Biol/Evol & Ecology
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Introductory Biology I
4 MTWHF 8am-11:30am
S 237
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Introductory Biology I
4 Online
S 228
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Introductory Biology II
4 MTWHF 8am-11:30am
S 226
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Introductory Biology II
4 Online
S 228
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Medical Terminology
2 Online
Course meets 5/14-6/20
Proctored Test Requirement
Human Anat & Phys
5 MTWH 7:30am-10:50am S 212
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Ethics Fish/Wildlife Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Proctored Test Requirement
Genetics
4 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
General Ecology
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
People & Env: Biol Persp
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm S 228
Course meets 5/14-5/30
HS 107
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
People & Env: Biol Persp
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
Soils
4 MTWHF 1:30pm-4:10pm S 203
Course meets 6/2-7/3
S 236
Animal Behavior
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Conservation Biology
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Morris, Diane
Rave, Elizabeth
Rave, Elizabeth
Hamann, Michael
Guelda, Debbie
Morris, Diane
Guelda, Debbie
Openshaw, Kerry
Openshaw, Kerry
Hafs, Andrew
Hamann, Michael
Koch, Richard
Hiller, Brian
Greenberg, Wendy
Greenberg, Wendy
Guelda, Debbie
Rave, Elizabeth
Class Schedule
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
151227 BIOL 1110 01
151156 BIOL 1110 90
151157 BIOL 1120 90
151225 BIOL 1211 01
151065 BIOL 1211 90
151226 BIOL 1212 01
151066 BIOL 1212 90
151070 BIOL 1300 90
151311 BIOL 2110 01
151314 BIOL 2339 90
151099 BIOL 2360 90
151067 BIOL 2610 90
151336 BIOL 2925 01
151256 BIOL 2925 90
151280 BIOL 3120 01
151068 BIOL 3150 90
151211 BIOL 3630 90
12
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Biology (Continued)
151069 BIOL 3850 90
151072 BIOL 3930 90
151100 BIOL 3930 91
151073 BIOL 4030 90
151164 BIOL 4534 01
151074 BIOL 5030 90
151281 BIOL 5120 01
151338 BIOL 5534 01
151212 BIOL 5630 90
151071 BIOL 5850 90
Marine Biology
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Fish/Wildlife Law &Admin 3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Human Dim Wildlife Mgmnt
3 Online
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Wetland Delineation/Class
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Online Delivery with Field Site Visits
Ichthyology
4 MTWH 1:30pm-5pm
S 148
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Wetland Delineation/Class
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Online delivery with field site visits
Soils
4 MTWHF 1:30pm-4:10pm S 203
Course meets 6/2-7/3
S 236
Ichthyology
4 MTWH 1:30pm-5pm
S 148
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Conservation Biology
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Marine Biology
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Instructor
Koch, Richard
Hiller, Brian
Hiller, Brian
Koch, Richard
Hafs, Andrew
Koch, Richard
Greenberg, Wendy
Hafs, Andrew
Rave, Elizabeth
Koch, Richard
Business Administration
te
Legal Environment
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Business Statistics I
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
An access fee for a cloud-based online homework system is
included in the textbook price at the BSU Bookstore. If students
purchase the textbook elsewhere access to the homework
system can be purchased online after the start of the course.
Business Statistics I
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Business Statistics I
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Computer Bus Apps
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
MUST have Professional copy of Microsoft Office 2013
(includes Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), Windows 8, and
High-Speed Internet. See syllabus for special Office pricing.
A $99 course certification fee applied. Mininimum of 10 students
needed to hold class.
Computer Bus Apps
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
MUST have Professional copy of Microsoft Office 2013
(includes Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), Windows 8, and
High-Speed Internet. See syllabus for special Office pricing.
A $99 course certification fee applied. Minimum of 10 students
needed to hold class.
Nielsen, Carol
Frost, Dean
Phukan, Sanjeev
Phukan, Sanjeev
Wood, Kari
Wood, Kari
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
151235 BUAD2280 92
151299 BUAD3223 90
151300 BUAD3223 91
151010 BUAD3232 90
151303 BUAD 3232 91
151236 BUAD3281 90
151285 BUAD3321 90
151282 BUAD3322 90
151283 BUAD3322 91
151293 BUAD3351 90
151294 BUAD3351 91
151298 BUAD3351 92
151308 BUAD3361 90
151327 BUAD3361 91
151295 BUAD3381 90
151296 BUAD3381 91
151315 BUAD3420 90
151310 BUAD3467 90
151231 BUAD3520 90
151232 BUAD3520 91
151309 BUAD3567 90
151286 BUAD3677 90
151287 BUAD3678 90
151328 BUAD3771 90
Computer Bus Apps
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
MUST have Professional copy of Microsoft Office 2013
(includes Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), Windows 8, and
High-Speed Internet. See syllabus for special Office pricing.
A $99 course certification fee applied. Minimum of 10 students
needed to hold class.
Operations Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Operations Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Business Statistics II
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
An access fee for a cloud-based online homework system is
included in the textbook price at the BSU Bookstore. If students
purchase the textbook elsewhere access to the homework
system can be purchased online after the start of the course.
Business Statistics II
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Decision Support Systems
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Student must have Excel 2007, 2010
or 2013 and High-Speed Internet Capabilities.
Business Law I
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Business Law II
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Business Law II
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Management
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Management
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Management
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Marketing
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Marketing
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Mgmt Information Systems
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Mgmt Information Systems
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Employment Law
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/11
Advertising Management
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Business Ethics
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Business Ethics
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Consumer Behavior
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Prin of Real Estate
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Risk Management & Insuran
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Financial Management
3 Online Course meets 6/2-8/1
Wood, Kari
13
Phukan, Sanjeev
Phukan, Sanjeev
Frost, Dean
Phukan, Sanjeev
Wood, Kari
Nielsen, Carol
Nielsen, Carol
Nielsen, Carol
Leif, Douglas
Leif, Douglas
Wallingford, Valerie
Yalcin, Serkan
Fauchald, Thomas
Leif, Douglas
Leif, Douglas
Wallingford, Valerie
Yalcin, Serkan
Fredrickson, Joann
Fredrickson, Joann
Yalcin, Serkan
Son, Young Seob
Son, Young Seob
Fauchald, Thomas
Class Schedule
151284 BUAD2220 90
151009 BUAD2231 90
151301 BUAD2231 91
151302 BUAD2231 92
151233 BUAD2280 90
151234 BUAD2280 91
No
2014
Bemidji State University
14
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Business Administration
151329 BUAD3771 91
151352 BUAD3772 90
151288 BUAD3872 90
151230 BUAD4354 90
151237 BUAD4385 90
151297 BUAD4387 90
151312 BUAD4456 01
151316 BUAD4456 90
151307 BUAD4467 90
151326 BUAD4469 90
151313 BUAD4559 01
151011 BUAD4559 90
Instructor
Financial Management
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Advance Financial Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/18
Investments
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Organizational Behavior
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Data Modeling & Design
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Must have Access 2010 or 2013 and
High-Speed Internet Capabilities.
Corp Information Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Human Resources Mgmt
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
DH 117
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Human Resources Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/11
Marketing Research
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Small Business Case Analy
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Strategic Mgmt
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm DH 117
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Strategic Mgmt
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
An access fee for a cloud-based online homework system is
included in the textbook price at the BSU Bookstore. If students
purchase the textbook elsewhere access to the homework
system can be purchased online after the start of the course.
te
Consumer Chemistry
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Chemistry of Drugs
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Principles of Chemistry I
Course meets 5/27-6/26
Must also register for lab section.
Principles of Chem I Lab
Course meets 5/27-6/26
Prin of Chemistry II
Course meets 6/30-7/31
Must register for lab section.
Prin of Chem II Lab
Course meets 6/30-7/31
Organic Chemistry I
Course meets 5/27-6/26
Must register for lab section.
Organic Chemistry II
Course meets 6/30-7/31
Must register for lab section
Organic Chemistry Lab I
Course meets 5/27-6/26
Organic Chemistry Lab II
Course meets 6/30-7/31
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Fauchald, Thomas
Fredrickson, Joann
Son, Young Seob
Fredrickson, Joann
Wood, Kari
Leif, Douglas
Wallingford, Valerie
Wallingford, Valerie
Yalcin, Serkan
Fauchald, Thomas
Wallingford, Valerie
Frost, Dean
The American Legal System
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Crim Justice & Society
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Systems Dynamics
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Res Methods& Stats for CJ
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Judicial Process
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Criminology & Delinquency
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Crim Just & Domestic Viol
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Criminal Profiling
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Crim Procedure & Evidence
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Community Corrections
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Directed Group
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Internship
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Herbert, Michael
Traxler, Kenneth
3
Online
Traxler, Kenneth
4 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm S 203
Traxler, Kenneth
1pm-3pm
S 370Traxler, Kenneth
4 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm S 203
0
M W
1pm-3pm
Online
4 MTWHF 10:30am-12:40pm BE 115
Hagensen, Elizabeth
3
Online
Hagensen, Elizabeth
4
Online
Gilbertson, Troy
4
Online
Heuer, Janet
4
Online
Gilbertson, Troy
3
Online
Hagensen, Elizabeth
3
Online
Gilbertson, Troy
4
Online
Heuer, Janet
3
Online
Gilbertson, Troy
4
Online
Herbert, Michael
12 Online
Herbert, Michael
3
Murray, Michael
Online
English
Online
M W
3
Economics
151363 ECON2925 90 People/Env-Economic Persp
Course meets 5/14-5/30
3
0
151057 CRJS 1000 90
151062 CRJS 1120 01
151061 CRJS 2200 90
151055 CRJS 3201 90
151095 CRJS 3305 90
151093 CRJS 3315 90
151058 CRJS 3344 90
151054 CRJS 3351 90
151137 CRJS 3360 90
151094 CRJS 3380 90
151053 CRJS 4920 90
151138 CRJS 4970 90
Traxler, Kenneth
S 370Traxler, Kenneth
3 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm S 205
Marek, Keith
3 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm S 205
Morine, Gerald
1
M W
1pm-4pm S 366
Peters, Eugene
1
M W
1pm-4pm S 366
Peters, Eugene
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
151143 ENGL 1151 01
151250 ENGL 1151 90
151362 ENGL 1151 91
151144 ENGL 2152 01
151249 ENGL 2152 90
151361 ENGL 2152 91
151096 ENGL 2250 01
151097 ENGL 2930 01
151273 ENGL 3930 90
151317 ENGL 4709 90
151382 ENGL 4881 01
151318 ENGL 5709 90
151274 ENGL 5930 90
151162 ENGL 6260 01
Composition
Course meets 6/2-6/20
Composition
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Composition
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Argument and Exposition
Course meets 7/7-7/25
Argument and Exposition
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Argument and Exposition
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Understanding Literature
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Intro Digital Humanities
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Intensive Latin
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Adv Topics: Medieval Lit
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Senior Project, Part I
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Adv Topics: Medieval Lit
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Intensive Latin
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Shakespeare
Course meets 7/7-8/1
3 MTWH 10:30am-1:10pm HS 249
Russell, Carol Ann
3
Online Christensen, Mark
3
Online
Froyd, Sean
3 MTWH 10:30am-1:10pm HS 249
Russell, Carol Ann
3
Online
Christensen, Mark
3
Online
Froyd, Sean
3 MTWHF 1:30pm-3:25pm
HS 111B
Christensen, Mark
3 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm HS 109
Morgan, Michael
3
Online
Swain, Larry
3
Online
Swain, Larry
3
ARR
3
Online
Swain, Larry
3
Online
Swain, Larry
3 MTWHF 10:30am-12:25pm HS 343
Christensen, Mark
Donovan, Brian
Class Schedule
151160 CHEM1100 90
151161 CHEM2130 90
151217 CHEM2211 01
151218 CHEM2211 50
151219 CHEM2212 01
151220 CHEM2212 50
151221 CHEM3311 01
151222 CHEM3312 01
151223 CHEM3371 50
151224 CHEM3372 50
Course Course
ID
Number
15
Criminal Justice
(Continued)
Chemistry
No
2014
Bemidji State University
16
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Environmental Studies
151170 ENVR 2000 01
151322 ENVR 2925 01
151323 ENVR 2925 02
151171 ENVR 4200 01
151172 ENVR 5200 01
151173 ENVR 6010 01
Intro To Environ Science
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
Course meets 5/14-5/30
The Global Pollution Pers
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
The Global Pollution Pers
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
Wastewater Treatment
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Wastewater Treatment
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Resch In Natural Science
3 MTWHF 5pm-8:10pm
Course meets 5/14-5/30
World Regional Geography
Course meets 6/2-8/1
World Regional Geography
Course meets 6/2-8/1
World Regional Geography
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Intro Physical Geography
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Intro Physical Geography
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Intro Physical Geography
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Intro To Human Geography
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Intro To Human Geography
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Intro To Human Geography
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Intro to Geog Info Sys
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Intro to Geog Info Sys
Course meets 6/2-7/3
S 205
Chang, Fu-Hsian
HS 107
S 248
Greenberg, Wendy
S 228
HS 107
Carlson, Anna
S 205
Chang, Fu-Hsian
S 205
Chang, Fu-Hsian
S 124
Chang, Fu-Hsian
3
Online
Ueland, Jeffrey
3
Online
Ueland, Jeffrey
3
Online
Ueland, Jeffrey
3
Online
Ueland, Jeffrey
3
Online
Ueland, Jeffrey
3
Online
Ueland, Jeffrey
3
Online
Stackhouse, Jill
3
Online
Stackhouse, Jill
3
Online
Stackhouse, Jill
3 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm HS 246
Stackhouse, Jill
3 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm HS 246
Stackhouse, Jill
te
151332 HLTH 2100 01 First Aid and CPR/AED
Course meets 5/14-5/30
$20.00 Course Materials Fee
151181 HLTH 3200 90 Personal/Consumer Health
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151183 HLTH 3300 90 Nutrition
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151177 HLTH 3400 90 Health & Drugs In Society
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151206 HLTH 3500 90 Community Health
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151343 HLTH 3970 01 Internship: Pract In Hlth
Course meets 6/1-8/1
151201 HLTH 4100 93 Tchg Elem Schl Hlth
Course meets 6/9-7/3
Proctored Test Requirement
Includes a Face to Face mtg
at Anoka Ramsey TBA
151344 HLTH 4970 01Internship: Comm Hlth
Course meets 6/1-8/1
151182 HLTH 5200 90 Personal & Consumer Hlth
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151184 HLTH 5300 90 Nutrition
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151178 HLTH 5400 90 Health & Drugs In Society
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151207 HLTH 5500 90 Community Health
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Instructor
People/Env-Earth Sci Pers
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
Soils
4 MTWHF 1:30pm-4:10pm S 203
Course meets 6/2-7/3
S 236
Sci at the Edge of Space
3 MTWHF 9am-3pm
S 103
Course meets 7/7-7/16
Soils
4 MTWHF 1:30pm-4:10pm S 203
Course meets 6/2-7/3
S 236
Sci at the Edge of Space
3 MTWHF 9am-3pm
S 103
Course meets 7/7-7/16
Rios-Sanchez, Miriam
Greenberg, Wendy
Urban, Michael
Kroeger, Tim
Greenberg, Wendy
Urban, Michael
Kroeger, Tim
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
1 MTWHF 9am-10:05am
PE 230
Crews, William
3
Online
DeVolder, Renae
3
Online
White, James
2
Online
Jahner, Rich
3
Online
White, James
1-3
ARR
White, James
2
Online
1-12 ARR
Staff
White, James
3
Online
DeVolder, Renae
3
Online
White, James
2
Online
Jahner, Rich
3
Online
White, James
Indian Studies
151357 INST 1107 01 Intro To Indian Studies
Course meets 6/2-7/31
Geology
151364 GEOL 2925 90
151278 GEOL 3120 01
151384 GEOL 3930 01
151279 GEOL 5120 01
151385 GEOL 5930 01
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
3
W
6pm-9:10pm
AIRC 128
Reed, Tessa
Mass Communications
151229 MASC1100 90
151377 MASC1840 90
151348 MASC2690 90
151228 MASC3500 90
151349 MASC3900 90
151333 MASC4340 01
Mass Media And Society
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Intro To Media Writing
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Principles of Public Rela
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Media Design
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Multimedia Mktg Communica
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Students need an iPad or iPhone or equivalent technology that
takes video and photographs. This course may take the place of
MASC 3460 for Marketing Communication majors
Digital Cinema
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm D 251
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Boudry, Valica
Bakken, Virgil
Boudry, Valica
Boudry, Valica
Boudry, Valica
Bakken, Virgil
Class Schedule
151370 GEOG1400 90
151371 GEOG1400 91
151372 GEOG1400 92
151365 GEOG2100 90
151368 GEOG2100 91
151369 GEOG2100 92
151373 GEOG2200 90
151374 GEOG2200 91
151375 GEOG2200 92
151366 GEOG3231 01
151367 GEOG5231 01
Course Course
ID
Number
17
Health
Geography
No
2014
Bemidji State University
18
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Mathematics
te
Math Elem Schl Tchrs II
3 MTWH 10:30am-12:25pm HS 231
Hansen, Heidi
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Math Reasoning
3 MTWH 8am-9:55am
HS 231
Hansen, Heidi
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Graphing Calculator Required
TI-83 Or Higher Is Recommended
Math Reasoning
3 Online
Livingston, Colleen
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Proctored Test Requirement
College Algebra
4 MTWHF 7:30am-9:40am HS 230
Westhoff, Randall
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Graphing Calculator Required
TI-83 Or Higher Is Recommended
College Algebra
4 Online
Webb, Derek
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Nbr Concpts for Tchrs
4 MTWHF 8am-11:35am
ARCR TBA Staff
Course meets 6/16-7/3
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College-Building T / Room 229
Math Found Alg for Tchrs
4 MTWH 12pm-4:30pm
ARCR TBA Staff
Course meets 6/16-7/3
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College Building T / Room 229
Geom&Tech in Math Clsrm
4 MTWHF 8am-11:35am
ARCR TBA Staff
Course meets 7/7-7/25
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College Building T / Room 229
DataProbStat for Tchrs
4 MTWH 12pm-4:30pm
ARCR TBA Staff
Course meets 7/7-7/25
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College Building T / Room 229
Classical & Mod Geometry
3 ARR
Westhoff, Randall
Course meets 6/9-7/3
Students who want to enroll in
Math 3560 should contact Dr. Randy Westhoff
Arithmetic Foundations I
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
HCHS TBA Staff
Course meets 6/16-6/24
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
3965 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Arithmetic Foundations I
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
HCHS TBA Staff
Course meets 6/16-6/24
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
3965 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Arithmetic Foundations II
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
HCHS TBA Staff
Course meets 6/25-7/3
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
3966 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
151271 MATH3966 02
151258 MATH5064 01
151260 MATH5065 01
151262 MATH5066 01
151264 MATH5067 01
151266 MATH5965 01
151268 MATH5965 02
151270 MATH5966 01
151272 MATH5966 02
151175 MATH6550 01
Arithmetic Foundations II
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
Course meets 6/25-7/3
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
3966 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Nbr Concpts Mid Sch Tchrs
4 MTWHF 8am-11:35am
Course meets 6/16-7/3
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College Building T / Room 229
Math Found Alg for Tchrs
4 MTWH 12pm-4:30pm
Course meets 6/16-7/3
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College Building T / Room 229
Geom&Tech in Math Clsrm
4 MTWHF 8am-11:35am
Course meets 7/7-7/25
This course held at Anoka Ramsey
Community College Building T / Room 229
DataProbStat for Tchers
4 MTWH 12pm-4:30pm
Course meets 5/14-8/1
This course held at Anoka
Ramsey Community College Building T / Room 229
Arithmetic Foundations I
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
Course meets 6/16-6/24
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
5965 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Arithmetic Foundations I
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
Course meets 6/16-6/24
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
5965 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Arithmetic Foundations II
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
Course meets 6/25-7/3
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
5966 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Arithmetic Foundations II
3 MTWHF 8am-3pm
Course meets 6/25-7/3
This is a grant funded course designed for in-service Elementary
teachers and paraprofessionals. *** Course held at Hill City
School, Hill City, MN *** Students who want to enroll in Math
5966 should contact Dr Glen Richgels or Dr Heidi Hansen.
Geom For Second Tchrs
3 MTWHF 10:30am-12:25pm
Course meets 6/9-7/3
Instructor
HCHS TBA Staff
ARCR TBA Staff
ARCR TBA Staff
ARCR TBA Staff
ARCR TBA Richgels, Glen
HCHS TBA Staff
HCHS TBA Staff
HCHS TBA Staff
HCHS TBA Staff
HS 230
Westhoff, Randall
Music
151240 MUS 1120 01
151241 MUS 1120 02
151239 MUS 3130 01
151242 MUS 3130 02
Intro Folk, Jazz, & Rock
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Intro Folk, Jazz, & Rock
Course meets 6/2-6/20
History Of Rock And Roll
Course meets 5/14-5/30
History Of Rock And Roll
Course meets 6/2-6/20
19
2 MTWHF 12:30pm-2:35pm BG 250
Gaston, Greg
2 MTWHF 8:30am-10:10am BG 250
Gaston, Greg
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
BG 250
Gaston, Greg
3 MTWHF 10:30am-1:10pm BG 250
Gaston, Greg
Class Schedule
151139 MATH1013 01
151174 MATH1100 01
151158 MATH1100 90
151142 MATH1170 01
151159 MATH1170 90
151257 MATH3064 01
151259 MATH3065 01
151261 MATH3066 01
151263 MATH3067 01
151140 MATH3560 01
151265 MATH3965 01
151267 MATH3965 02
151269 MATH3966 01
No
2014
Bemidji State University
20
Course Course
ID
Number
Music
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
History Of Rock And Roll
Course meets 5/14-5/30
History Of Rock And Roll
Course meets 7/7-8/1
(Continued)
151254 MUS 3130 90
151255 MUS 3130 91
Online
Lyren, Del
3
Online
Lyren, Del
HlthCarePolicy,Fin,RegEnv
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
HlthCarePolicy,Fin,RegEnv
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
HlthCarePolicy,Fin,RegEnv
3 Online
Course meets 7/7-8/1
HlthCarePolicy,Fin,RegEnv
3 Online
Course meets 7/7-8/1
DGS:Intl Perspectives/Nrg
2 ARR
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Comparison of the health and health care delivery in
international settings (Belize) with that of the U.S. This course
is a 2 week in-country immersion designed to expand the
students¿ understanding of the impact of cultural differences
and the comparison of healthcare differences between the U.S.
and Belize. Involves travel as a group to Belize for May 2014
experience. Students will have on-campus theory classes and
preparation and an opportunity for a variety of healthcare
experiences in Belize.
151088 NRSG 392090
151083 NRSG3920 91
151084 NRSG3920 92
151085 NRSG3920 93
151086 NRSG3920 94
151087 NRSG3920 95
151089 NRSG3920 96
151090 NRSG3920 97
151091 NRSG3920 98
151098 NRSG3920 99
DGS: Health Education
Course meets 6/2-7/3
DGS: Palliative Care
Course meets 6/2-7/5
DGS: APA Format
Course meets 5/14-5/30
DGS: APA Format
Course meets 6/2-7/3
DGS: Health Promotion
Course meets 7/7-8/1
DGS: Holistic Nursing
Course meets 7/7-8/1
DGS: Global Health
Course meets 5/14-5/30
DGS: Ethics
Course meets 6/2-7/3
DGS: Ethics
Course meets 7/7-8/1
DGS: Internship
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Hommes, Tiffany
Hommes, Tiffany
Atteberry, Jennifer
Atteberry, Jennifer
Staff
3
Online
Atteberry, Jennifer
2
Online
Hall, Nancy
2
Online
Flint, Tara
2
Online
Flint, Tara
2
Online
Hommes, Tiffany
2
Online
Paul, Sheila
2
Online
Flint, Tara
2
Online
Paul, Sheila
2
Online
Condiff, Misty
1-4
ARR
Hall, Nancy
3
Online
Guentchev, Daniel
Philosophy
te
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Intro To Philosophy
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Logic
Course meets 6/2-7/3
3 MTWHF 10:30am-12:25pm HS 247
Guentchev, Daniel
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
151125 PHED 1180 01 Canoeing
1 MTWHF 3:30pm-6pm
GC BHW
Course meets 6/16-6/27
151126 PHED 1190 01 Skills for Life: Sailing
1 MTWHF 1:30pm-4pm
GC BHW
Course meets 7/14-7/25
151187 PHED 1890 90 Lifetime Fitness
2 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
151208 PHED 1890 91 Lifetime Fitness
2 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
151188 PHED 2109 90 Intro To Sport Management
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151189 PHED 2200 90 Lifestyle For Wellness
2 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151127 PHED 2970 01 Intern:Sport Mgmt Practic
2 ARR
Course meets 6/2-8/1
151190 PHED 3100 90 Motor Development
2 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Proctored Test Requirement
151192 PHED 3120 90 Psychology Of Sport
2 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Proctored Test Requirement
151200 PHED 3449 90 Soci/Cul/Ethic Iss In Spt
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151128 PHED 4218 01 Adapted Aquatics
2 MTWHF 11am-4pm
PE 230
Course meets 7/13-7/19
N
2pm-5pm
PE 230
MTWHF 1:45pm-3pm
GC POOL
N
7pm-9pm
GC POOL
151198 PHED 4309 90 LegalAspectsSprt/Hlth/Fit
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151129 PHED 4970 01 Internship: Ex Sci
1-6 ARR
Course meets 6/2-8/1
151131 PHED 4970 02 Internship: Spt Mgmt
1-12 ARR
Course meets 6/2-8/1
151132 PHED 4970 03 Practicum in DAPE
1-3 ARR
Course meets 6/2-8/1
151191 PHED 5100 90 Motor Development
2 Online Course meets 6/2-7/3
Proctored Test Requirement
Walters, Mark
Shorter, Jon
Jaeger, Kailee
Palivec, Donna
Forsyth, Eric
Jahner, Rich
Forsyth, Eric
Palivec, Donna
Palivec, Donna
Forsyth, Eric
Sertich, Sally
White, James
Palivec, Donna
Forsyth, Eric
Mastro, James
Palivec, Donna
Physical Education
151193 PHED 5120 90 Psychology Of Sport
2
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Proctored Test Requirement
151135 PHED 5218 01 Adapted Aquatics
2
Course meets 7/13-7/19
151199 PHED 5309 90 LegalAspectsSprt/Hlth/Fit
3
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
151194 PHED 5449 90 Soci/Cul/Ethic Iss In Spt
3
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Proctored Test Requirement
Online
MTWHF 1:45pm-3pm
GC POOL
MTWHF 11am-4pm
PE 230
N
7pm-9pm
GC POOL
N
2pm-5pm
PE 230
Online
Online
Palivec, Donna
Sertich, Sally
White, James
Forsyth, Eric
Class Schedule
151079 NRSG3300 90
151080 NRSG3300 91
151081 NRSG3300 92
151082 NRSG3300 93
151334 NRSG3920 01
151345 PHIL 1100 90
151346 PHIL 2230 01
Course Course
ID
Number
21
Physical Education
3
Nursing
No
2014
Bemidji State University
22
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Physical Education (Continued)
151195 PHED 5960 90
151133 PHED 5970 01
NIAAA Leadership Training
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Practicum in DAPE
Course meets 6/2-8/1
3
Online
3
ARR
Forsyth, Eric
Mastro, James
Physics
151166 PHYS 1101 01
151165 PHYS 1101 51
151168 PHYS 1102 01
151167 PHYS 1102 51
Gen Physics I 4 MTWH 7:30am-10:10am
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Must register for lab section also.
Gen Physics I Lab
0 ARR
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Lab meetings will alternate with lecture
General Physics II
4 MTWH 7:30am-10:10am
Course meets 7/7-7/31
Must register for lab section also
General Physics II Lab
0 ARR
Course meets 7/7-7/31
Lab meetings will alternate with lecture
S 203
Bahr, David
S 307
Bahr, David
S 205
Bahr, David
S 307
Bahr, David
Political Science
151244 POL 1200 90
151243 POL 1300 90
151275 POL 3150 01
151245 POL 3230 90
Intro American Politics
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Intro To Intl Relations
Course meets 6/2-8/1
LSAT and Law School Prep
Course meets 5/14-5/23
Environmental Politics
Course meets 6/2-8/1
3
Online
Donnay, Patrick
3
Online
Beech, Thomas
1 MTWHF 10am-12pm
3
HS 245
Online
Donnay, Patrick
Donnay, Patrick
Professional Education
te
People/Env-Education Pers
3 MTWHF 12:30pm-3:40pm BE 404
Course meets 5/14-5/30
HS 107
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
Human Relations In Educ
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Language Arts I
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Language Arts II
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Devel Rdg In Middle Schl
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-7/14
Creative Process Fdns
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Tchg & Lrng in Mid Sch
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Optional field experience
available with BSU Summer
Programs for Youth.
Technology in Education
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-7/3
Content Area Reading
3 Online
Course meets 5/14-7/14
Goodwin, Timothy
Bridges, Barbara
White, Miriam
OBryan, Sonia
Krall, Lisa
Staff
Benson, David
Nei, Kristi
Krall, Lisa
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
151304 ED 5140 90
151033 ED 5201 90
151331 ED 5202 90
151022 ED 5417 90
151026 ED 5737 90
151340 ED 5737 93
151136 ED 5930 90
151353 ED 6100 01
151354 ED 6107 01
151355 ED 6108 0
151040 ED 6120 90
151038 ED 6446 90
151029 ED 6447 90
151358 ED 6850 90
Human Relations in Educ
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Language Arts
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Language Arts II
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Tch & Lrng in Mid Schl
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Optional field experience
available with BSU
Summer Programs for Youth
Content Area Reading
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Content Area Reading
Course meets 5/14-7/14
Technology in Education
Course meets 5/14-7/3
Educational Research I
Course meets 6/9-7/3
Adv Educational Psych
Course meets 6/9-7/3
The Learning Community
Course meets 6/9-7/3
Crit Iss In Education
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Distance Ed: Hist & Devel
Course meets 5/14-7/3
Seminar in Online Teachin
Course meets 6/9-6/27
M.Ed. Capstone Experience
Course meets 6/2-7/13
3
Online
Bridges, Barbara
3
Online
White, Miriam
3
Online
OBryan, Sonia
3
Online
Benson, David
3
Online
Calderhead, William
3
Online
Krall, Lisa
3
Online
Nei, Kristi
3 MTWH 7:30am-10:05am BE 413
Coggins, Porter
3 MTWH 10:30am-1:05pm BE 413
Benson, David
3 MTWH 1:30pm-4:05pm
Goodwin, Timothy
BE 413
2
Online
Benson, David
3
Online
Nei, Kristi
1
Online
Urban, Michael
2
Online
Coggins, Porter
4
Online
Larson, Kate
3
Online
Larson, Kate
4
Online
Fournier, Angela
3
Online
Jackson, Louise
4
Online
Driscoll, Marsha
3
Online
Gonzalez, John
23
Psychology
151145 PSY 1100 90
151147 PSY 2200 90
151148 PSY 2217 90
151305 PSY 3210 90
151152 PSY 3237 90
151146 PSY 3367 90
151075 PSY 3401 01
151077 PSY 4970 01
151319 PSY 6408 01
Introductory Psychology
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Human Sexuality
Course meets 5/14-8/1
Abnormal Psychology
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Death And Culture
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Lifespan Development
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Social Psychology
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Basic Stats for Research
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Psych Sr Internship
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Instructor Permission Required
Issues in College Stu Dev
Course meets 6/3-7/3
Course meets ONLY on Fridays
and Saturdays: June 6, 7, 13,
14, 20, and 21
4 MTWH 7:30am-10:10am HS 214
6-12 ARR
3
FS 8am-4:30pm
HS 214
Gora, Keith
Fultz, Dwight
Ludeman, Randall
Class Schedule
151320 ED 2925 01
151037 ED 3140 90
151032 ED 3201 90
151102 ED 3202 90
151130 ED 3208 90
151101 ED 3302 90
151021 ED 3417 90
151134 ED 3930 90
151339 ED 4737 93
No
2014
Bemidji State University
24
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Science
Truedson, John
Truedson, John
Truedson, John
Truedson, John
Gregoire, David
Truedson, John
Kroeger, Tim
Gregoire, David
Social Work
Family:Dynamic & Interven
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Stress/Self-Care Help Pro
2
W 8:30am-10:30am BN 100
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Internship: Social Work
12 ARR
Course meets 5/14-8/1
$30.00 Professional Liability Insurance
Internship: Chem Dependen
12 ARR
Course meets 5/14-8/1
$30.00 Professional Liability Insurance
Stress/Self-Care Help Pro
2
W 8:30am-10:30am BN 100
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Byers, Cheryl
Rickers, Susan
Guggenheimer, Jan
Guggenheimer, Jan
Rickers, Susan
Sociology
151247 SOC 1104 90
151248 SOC 2230 90
151078 SOC 2925 01
151246 SOC 2925 90
151277 SOC 3300 90
Society & Social Issues
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Race & Ethnic Relations
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-7/3
People & Env: Soc Persp
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
HS 105
Course meets 5/14-5/30
HS 107
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
People & Env: Soc Persp
3 Online
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
Family & Society 3 Online
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Norris-Raynbird, Carla
Norris-Raynbird, Carla
Norris-Raynbird, Carla
Norris-Raynbird, Carla
Peterson, Debra
Spanish
151092 SPAN1111 01 Elementary Spanish I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
te
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
4 MTWHF 7:30am-9:40am
HS 113
Rivera-Hokanson, Miriam
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
151111 SPED 3105 90
151120 SPED 3106 90
151122 SPED 3107 90
151103 SPED 3600 90
151116 SPED 3620 90
151118 SPED 3630 90
151107 SPED 3640 90
151109 SPED 3650 90
151105 SPED 4715 90
151112 SPED 5105 90
151121 SPED 5106 90
151123 SPED 5107 90
151104 SPED 5600 90
151117 SPED 5620 90
151119 SPED 5630 90
151108 SPED 5640 90
151110 SPED 5650 90
151106 SPED 5715 90
151114 SPED 6603 90
151115 SPED 6608 90
151035 SPED 6609 90
151030 SPED 6610 90
151019 SPED 6620 90
151020 SPED 6630 90
151031 SPED 6680 90
151124 SPED 6690 90
Orientation to Spec Ed
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Prof Pract in ElemMid Sch
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Prof Pract in Sec Sch
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Study Lrnr With Spec Nds
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Tch Lrn Specif Lrn Disa I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Tch Lrn W/ EBD I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Due Process In Spec Ed I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Collab Tech Spec Educator
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Curric Tech Spec Pop
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Orientation to Special Ed
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Prof Pract in ElemMid Sch
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Prof Pract in Sec Sch
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Study Lrnr W/ Spec Nds
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Tch Lrn Specif Lrn Disa I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Tchg Lrn W/ EBD I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Due Process in Spec Ed I
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Collab Tech for Spec Educ
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Curric Tech Spec Populat
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Math Difficulties
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Reading Difficulties
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Due Process in Spec Ed II
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Current Issues Spec Ed
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Tch Lrn w/ Specif LD II
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Tch Lrnr w/ EBD II
Course meets 7/7-8/1
Single Subj Res in SpEd
Course meets 6/2-7/3
Summative Appls in SpEd
Course meets 7/7-8/1
1
Online
White, Miriam
1
Online
Staff
2
Online
Staff
3
Online
White, Miriam
3
Online
White, Miriam
3
Online
Calderhead, William
3
Online
Schafer, Rachele
3
Online
Olson, Judy
3
Online
Lillestol, Janne
1
Online
White, Miriam
1
Online
Staff
2
Online
Staff
3
Online
White, Miriam
3
Online
White, Miriam
3
Online
Calderhead, William
3
Online
Schafer, Rachele
3
Online
Olson, Judy
3
Online
Lillestol, Janne
3
Online
Schafer, Rachele
3
Online
Lillestol, Janne
3
Online
Staff
3
Online
Olson, Judy
3
Online
Olson, Judy
3
Online
Olson, Judy
3
Online
Schafer, Rachele
3
Online
Schafer, Rachele
Class Schedule
151216 SOWK 3201 90
151383 SOWK 393001
151214 SOWK 497001
151215 SOWK 497002
151386 SOWK 593001
Course Course
ID
Number
25
Special Education
151253 SCI 1110 90 Physical Science I
4 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
151251 SCI 2100 90 Astronomy
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
151324 SCI 2925 01 People/Envr-Science Persp
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
S 301
Course meets 5/14-5/30
HS 107
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
151252 SCI 2925 90 People/Envr-Science Persp
3 Online
Course meets 6/2-8/1
Course Meets Lib Ed Req Category 10
151350 SCI 6910 01 Undstnding Sci Standards
2 MTWHF 8:30am-11:30am S 301
Course meets 6/23-7/3
Any teacher from Minnesota who
registers for this class will get a 75%
tuition waiver. Please contact Dr. Truedson
[email protected]
151351 SCI 6920 01 Implenting Sci Standards
2 MTWHF 12pm-3:30pm
S 301
Course meets 6/23-7/3
Any teacher from Minnesota who
registers for this class will get a 75%
tuition waiver. Please contact Dr. Truedson
[email protected]
No
2014
Bemidji State University
26
2014
Bemidji State University
Course Course
ID
Number
Course Title
Credits Days Starting Ending Bldg Dates TimeTimeRoom
Instructor
Speech
PhysicalCommunication
Education (Continued)
151378 SPCM1090 01
151356 SPCM1100 01
151376 SPCM1100 02
Interpersonal Comm
Course meets 6/3-7/3
Public Speaking
Course meets 5/14-5/30
Public Speaking
Course meets 6/3-7/3
2 MTWH 8:30am -10:10am HS 248A
Hake, Anyea
3 MTWHF 9am-12:10pm
Pawlowski, Donna
HS 248A
3 MTWH 10:30am-1:05pm HS 248A
Hake, Anyea
4
Online
Webb, Derek
3
Online
Webb, Derek
3
Online
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Statistics
151155 STAT 2610 90
151213 STAT 3660 90
151238 STAT 5660 90
Applied Statistics
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Proctored Test Requirement
Graphing Calculator Required;
T183 or Higher is Recommended.
Stats for Health Sciences
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Stats for Health Sciences
Course meets 6/2-6/27
Technology, Art and Design-Design
151379 TADD 4630 01 Screenprinting
4 MTWHF 12:30pm-4:40pm BN 218
Course meets 5/14-5/30
BN 115
Higgins, Bonnie
Technology, Art and Design -Technology
151291 TADT 3934 90
151289 TADT 4937 90
151290 TADT 4939 90
151169 TADT 4970 01
Prodctn Planning & Contr.
Course meets 6/2-7/25
Proctored Test Requirement
Serv Process Design & Imp
Course meets 5/14-6/27
Comp Constr Estimating
Course meets 5/14-6/27
Internship
Course meets 5/14-8/1
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Al-Odeh, Mahmoud
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McCracken, James
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Brockman, Timothy
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McCracken, James
Academic and Student Services
Financial Aid Office
114 Deputy Hall, #14
Bemidji State University
1500 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
218-755-2034 or 877-755-FAID
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/financial_aid/
For financial aid purposes, summer is considered
the last term of the 2013-14 funding year. To receive
summer aid, a student will need to be admitted as a
regular student seeking a degree or teaching licensure
through Bemidji State University AND register for all
Summer 2014 classes by June 2, 2014.
Forms: To apply for Summer 2014 financial aid, you
will need to complete all 2013-14 financial aid forms.
This includes the 2013-14 Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA, which cannot be completed after
June 30, 2014) and the 2013-14 BSU Financial Aid Application form. In addition, you will need to complete
a Summer 2014 Financial Aid Supplement form. If you
received aid at BSU for the 2013-14 academic year, you
will need to complete only the summer supplement
form. All forms are available from the BSU Financial
Aid Office, or from our website.
Grant and Loan Criteria: Although individual
course start and end dates may differ, summer is
considered one enrollment period when determining
Federal and State aid. All credits taken between May 14,
2014, and August 1, 2014, are considered summer term
credits. Summer grants are based upon the exact number of enrolled credits. Loan awards are determined by
budget, need, other educational resources, plus annual
loan limits and are not pro-rated by enrolled credits
as are grants. To receive a loan, you must enroll for
a minimum of six (6) BSU undergraduate credits or
five (5) graduate credits.
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Enrollment Changes: Caution: Changing enrollment after receiving aid will result in a recalculation of
your aid eligibility. If the change makes you ineligible
for the aid received, you will become immediately liable for repayment of the aid. If a class is canceled or
your enrollment changes after aid is established and/
or disbursed, you will need to contact the Financial Aid
Office immediately to determine your correct award
and to return any overaward that may have occurred.
Failure to attend a summer enrollment period, after
receiving aid for it, will result in an overaward requiring your immediate return of Federal and State aid.
It is important that the exact summer enrollment be
Register early! Class sizes limited and fill quickly.
Decisions on class cancellation are made two weeks prior to the start of each course.
communicated to the Financial Aid Office at all times
and that the aid disbursed to you reflects that enrollment. You should accept aid only if your enrollment
for the entire summer (May 14 – August 1) is final
and not subject to change.
Grant and Loan Programs: Summer financial
aid consists primarily of Federal Direct Subsidized
and Unsubsidized Loans, Federal Pell and Minnesota
State Grants, and alternative loans. Students should
be aware that aid from some programs may not be
available if the maximum eligibility limits were
reached during the current academic year. Summer
jobs on campus fall under the Regular Student Payroll,
which is open to most enrolled students. Summer job
vacancies are posted on the BSU website prior to the
start of the summer term.
New Transfer Students for Summer: You will
need to have your FAFSA data sent to BSU (Code
002336) as soon as possible by using the “Add or
Delete a School Code” link on the FAFSA on the Web
application at www.fafsa.gov. Your admission to BSU
as a regular degree seeking student is necessary before
your financial aid application can be processed. It is
important, therefore, that you request to have academic transcripts sent to the BSU Admissions Office
from all of your prior non-MnSCU institutions early
in the process. Without academic transcripts, you may
be admitted only as a special student, which does not
allow your financial aid application to be processed.
Finally, you need to be aware that in addition to loan
acceptance, a mandatory entrance loan counseling session and Master Promissory Note (MPN) are
required prior to the disbursement of your Federal
Direct Loan.
Financial Aid Related Deadlines: New applicants
should complete all forms prior to April 1, 2014, to
allow sufficient time for the processing and awarding
of aid. Late applicants will be processed, but students
should have sufficient funds of their own to pay their
initial summer costs. Federal Pell grant recipients
who withdraw from one or more courses within the
first 30 days of the summer term, will have their
awards reduced to the adjusted level of enrollment. A
completed FAFSA must be received by the Federal Aid
Processing Center within the first 30 days of the term
to be eligible for a Minnesota State Grant. Summer
applicants are encouraged to contact the Financial
Aid Office for assistance.
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Academic and Student Services (Continued)
A.C. Clark Library
15th and Birchmont Drive
Homepage: http://www.bemidjistate.edu/library
Library Hours: 218-755-2955
Reference Desk: 218-755-3342; 800-860-0234
Email Reference Service: www.bemidjistate.edu/
library/email_reference/
No matter what course of study students pursue, the
resources and services of the A.C. Clark Library play
an important role in their education. The library’s
collections include well over one-quarter of a million
books, subscriptions to more than 100,000 electronic
and hardcopy periodicals, more than 130,000 government publications, and a variety of digital and audio
visual materials, maps, and microforms. A part of
MnPALS, Bemidji State’s library catalog provides
comprehensive bibliographic access to library holdings throughout Minnesota. The library’s web page
also provides access to a wide variety of electronic
indexes, to abstract and full text resources, and to
many electronic reference tools. The library provides
access to off-campus resources through an extensive
interlibrary loan network which includes other state
universities in Minnesota and the regional Minitex
network. This wide knowledge base helps support all
of BSU’s academic programs.
The library, however, is not only a place to obtain materials; it is also where students can learn to efficiently
and effectively access, evaluate, and use information.
The forms of information and the paths of access to
it continue to change dramatically. It is therefore
especially important for those who would be problem
solvers in our society to be knowledgeable about and
skilled in using information technologies, networks,
and services.
The faculty and staff of the A.C. Clark Library strive to
fulfill this educational mission. From the Reference
Desk or other public service areas, and through guest
instruction for classes and groups, and behind-thescenes technical processing, their efforts are directed at
supporting a very important element of each student’s
education.
Library hours are posted near the library entrance and
on the library’s homepage.
Advising Success Center
101 Sanford Hall
218-755-4226
[email protected]
The Advising Success Center offers current and prospective students academic assistance on a number
of topics. Topics such as establishing academic goals
and how to achieve them, how to access Bemidji State
University services and resources, how to work with my
advisor, how to know what courses to take are just a few
of many questions students might have. The ASC also
maintains advisor assignments and updates. Strategies
for student success are also available from the ASC
including Accuplacer, a test of basic skill assessment
used for course placement. If you do not know who to
contact, start with the Advising Success Center.
American Indian Resource Center
218-755-2032
www.bemidjistate.edu/airc
The mission of the AIRC is to recruit, retain, and
graduate American Indian students, and to provide a
culturally and academically supportive environment
that will assure their success. The AIRC is also charged
with providing programs, services, and events that
promote intercultural learning and understanding
and cultural enrichment, and welcomes the use of its
Great Hall for related campus multicultural activities
and events.
Office of Student Development
and Enrollment
313 Deputy Hall, 218-755-2075
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/offices/development_enrollment/
* Student life information, policy and procedures
* Assistance to students/parents with personal and
educational concerns
* Student conduct/grievance consultation and
resolution
* Conduct campus paper/pencil testing: GRE
(Graduate Record Exam) Subject Test and ACT
(American College Test).
Information Technology
Services
Office of the Chief Information Officer
Deputy Hall 329
218-755-2531
www.bemidjistate.edu/offices/cio/
This office is responsible for the following areas:
Academic Technology Center; Technical Support, Programming, Network Infrastructure, Servers and Web
Services. New developments, key projects, and updates
to technology can be found at the office’s website.
Computer Labs
mentoring, TRIO/SSS- specific first-year experience
courses College Orientation, Life Career Planning
and Critical Reading and Analysis. To be eligible, a
student must be low income, first generation, and/
or have a documented disability. During Academic
Advising and Registration, students are assisted with
academic, financial aid, and personal advising.
Services are designed to result in enhanced academic
skills, persistence in college through to graduation,
and potential for entry into graduate or professional
school. Interested persons should contact the TRIO/
SSS office or visit its web site for further information.
218-755-3777
www.bemidjistate.edu/its/labs/
BSU’s A.C. Clark Library has over 95 computers for
student use, which are distributed throughout floors
1-4. The 25+ computers on the Library 1st floor are
all imaged with supported BSU software programs
including Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCAD, Visual Studio 2010, and ArcGIS. The library also has two large
Toshiba multifunction printers for students to print,
scan and copy. There are four additional computers
on the 3rd floor of the library that are available for
use by the general public.
The lab located in Decker 11 and is open Monday
through Friday and features 20 computers running
both Windows and Mac operating systems. These
computers contain the same software programs as
those on the first floor of the library.
TRIO / Upward Bound
13 Sanford Hall, 218-755-2093
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/upward_
bound/index.html
TRIO/Upward Bound, funded through the U.S. Department of Education, is designed to motivate qualified
participants to consider education beyond high school,
and to prepare those participants for success in programs of post-secondary education. Serving targeted
high schools in northern Minnesota, Upward Bound
works in partnership with students, their families, and
school personnel to overcome academic, social, and/
or cultural barriers that may discourage or prevent
success. To be eligible, a student must be low income
or potential first generation college student. Interested
persons should contact the TRIO/Upward Bound office
and/or visit its web site for further information.
Technical Support
TRIO / McNair
14 Sanford Hall, 218-755-2559
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/triosss/
index.html
Funded through the U. S. Department of Education, The McNair Scholars Program prepares highachieving BSU undergraduates to engage in research
and for graduate school programs. Participating
students, referred to as McNair Scholars, begin the
program by taking a Research Methods Course in the
Fall. During the Summer Research Institute (SRI),
McNair Scholars are advised by BSU faculty mentors,
graduate students, and program staff. Throughout
the Spring, Summer, and Fall, the program provides
services aimed at promoting graduate school preparation, career development, research competencies, and
writing skills. The core components of the BSU McNair
Scholars Program include a Research Methods Course,
Effective Presentation of Research Results, Summer
Research Institute (SRI), Annual Research Symposium, GRE Test Preparation, Travel Grant Awards for
Conference Attendance and University Visitations, and
Academic & Career Advising.
Deputy 161
218-755-4207
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/its
Student’s email at: [email protected]
Employees email at: [email protected]
BSU Technical Support offers assistance to students,
faculty, and staff on a variety of computer issues.
Support analysts are available Monday through Friday
during regular business hours to assist customers with
email issues, accessing D2L online courses, attaching
to the campus wireless network, as well as removing
viruses and other computer related questions. BSU
Tech Support is not authorized to fix any problems
with personally owned computers, other than to assist
with wireless connectivity. Information for students is
also provided on this office’s website located at http://
www.bemidjistate.edu/its/student_services/
TRIO / Student Support Services
1 Sanford Hall, 218-755-2614
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/triosss/
index.html
Funded through the U. S. Department of Education, TRIO/Student Support Services provides to
eligible students academic advising and counseling,
career and learning styles assessments, tutoring,
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ON-CAMPUS HOUSING
Department of Residential Life
Career Services
102 Sanford Hall, 218-755-2038
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/career
Career Services provides career interest assessments,
career counseling, internship information, job search
assistance (including resume and letter writing and
preparation for interviews), employer contacts, and
other career exploration and employment-related
services. Our online recruiting system, BSUCareers,
connects students to employment opportunities and
potential employers. For more information refer to
our website or contact our office directly.
Disability Services Office (DSO)
202 Sanford Hall, 218-755-3883
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/disability/
This office coordinates services for students who have
a documented disability and are registered with the
DSO. Based upon individual documented need, services
may include (but are not limited to) ASL interpreters,
material on adapted textbooks, large print, exam accommodations, priority registration, note takers, and
scribes for exams.
Counseling Services
Student Center for Health and Counseling
Cedar Hall, First Floor, 218-755-2024
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/
health_counseling/
The Student Center for Health and Counseling provides
individual personal counseling, testing, consultation,
and referral for a variety of life issues such as mood
management, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, grief and loss, adjustment and life transitions,
alcohol and drug concerns, body and food concerns,
abuse, trauma, and crisis intervention. During the
summer, counseling services are available to students
on a pre-arranged, limited basis. Calling for an appointment is recommended. Walk-in appointments
are on a staff-available basis.
Health Services
Student Center for Health and Counseling
Cedar Hall, First Floor, 218-755-2053
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/health_counseling/
Students taking regular credit instruction on campus
during the summer are eligible for medical care
and health education offered at the Student Center
for Health and Counseling. Consultation, diagnosis,
patient care, and health education are provided
through student fees. The Center provides assessment,
consultation, diagnosis, and treatment for a variety of
health care and health promotion needs. Examples
include physicals for women’s health, sports, work,
and travel; and care for urgent problems such as
sore throat, headache, abdominal pain, skin rashes,
and ankle sprains. Health education and promotion
information is also available. Charges are assessed for
office visits, laboratory work, supplies, and medication.
Prescription and over-the-counter medications are
available. During the summer, the health service is
open to students on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Calling ahead for an appointment is recommended.
Health Insurance
Student group health insurance is required for all oncampus students. Enrollment procedures are handled
at the Student Center for Health and Counseling,
Cedar Hall, First Floor, 755-2053. Please call for more
information or visit our website at www.bemidjistate.
edu/students/services/health_counseling/
Walnut Hall
218-755-3750, 1-888-350-4255
Fax: 218-755-3753; [email protected]
The Department of Residential Life and BSU Dining
Services invite summer term students and their families to live and dine on campus. You will find a quality
experience that is priced for value. Summer students
are housed in Linden Hall.
Summer school residents housed in the Linden
Hall Suites are provided with private bedrooms and
bathrooms, air conditioning, wireless Internet, study
rooms, an outdoor fire pit, and more! Linden Hall
offers reception desk service, a gaming room, a club
room, social lounges, kitchens, vending machines,
and a laundry. Also, staff members help students get
oriented to BSU and the Bemidji community, and develop positive living/learning communities. Residence
hall living offers students opportunities for social and
academic interactions and success.
Spouses and family members of summer term students
are also heartily welcome to stay at Bemidji State
University in the Linden Hall Suites. While here, family
members are encouraged to enjoy a relaxing few weeks
away from the responsibilities of home. Area attractions include recently renovated Diamond Point Park
(directly across from campus), Lake Bemidji State
Park, numerous beaches and lakes for swimming,
boating and fishing, a night at the Paul Bunyan
Playhouse, BSU’s Recreation and Fitness Center, BSU’s
Outdoor Program Center & rentals, and shopping in
the many area retail stores.
To obtain a summer term residence hall application
and contract, along with rates, please contact the
Department of Residential Life, or visit our website at:
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/reslife/
Dining Services
Dining Services Office—Walnut Hall
218-444-7576; Fax: 218-444-7573
BSU Dining Services offers dining options for students
attending courses during the summer months. For
details about dining options, hours, and services during the summer, please visit our website at:
University Bookstore
Hobson Memorial Union-Lower Level
218-444-8509
Web: www.bemidjistate.bkstr.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Fax: 218-444-2918
Summer hours: M-H, 8 am-4 pm
and F, 8 am-3 pm
Academic year hours: M-H, 7:45 am – 5 pm
and F, 7:45 am- 4 pm
Students may order textbooks online at www.bemidjistate.bkstr.com. The bookstore also carries trade
books, school supplies, and BSU imprinted clothing
and gifts for adults and children. The University
Bookstore buys back books every day of the year.
www.campusdish.com/en-US/CSMW/Bemidji/
Outdoor Program Center
Diamond Point Park
218-755-2999, open 7 days a week: 11 am-7 pm
The Outdoor Program Center Boathouse can be found
on the lakefront in Diamond Point Park adjacent to
the BSU Football Stadium. Rentals include canoes,
sailboats, sailboards, stand up paddle boards, bikes, and
camping equipment. The OPC also offers indoor rock
climbing at the Gillett Recreation-Fitness Center, equipment and instruction included. The OPC also offers
clinics and weekend trips such as canoeing, kayaking,
rock climbing, and backpacking trips. Pontoon rentals
available by the hour, half day or full day with driver. .
Gillett Recreation/Fitness Center
218-755-4135
www.bemidjistate.edu/students/recreation/
The Center is available to students during posted hours.
The facility includes four activity courts adaptable
for basketball, tennis, volleyball, and badminton; a
six-lane 200 meter indoor track; free and fixed weight
rooms; five racquetball courts; a state-of-the-art climbing wall; a six-lane 25 yard pool; a spacious dance
studio; and a variety of cardiovascular equipment.
Various programs are offered throughout the summer.
To enter the facility, students must be enrolled for 1
credit or more, have paid their student fees, and present
a current BSU ID.
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University Conference Center
218-755-2851, 1-800-852-7422
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.bemidjistate.edu/meetatbsu/
Plan your next event at Bemidji State University.
Your attendees will enjoy the beautiful campus right
alongside Lake Bemidji. With our guest housing, dining services, meeting rooms, and campus recreation
options, we can accommodate simple gatherings or
host a full service event!
Bemidji State University’s facilities are available for a
variety of guests that include: meetings, symposiums,
seminars, workshops, employee training, camps, conferences, conventions, retreats, banquets, weddings,
special dances, religious education lectures, private
parties, receptions, and more!
Our prices are flexible and affordable. Our staff will
work in close partnership with you to customize
your program, providing the highest level of service
to assure the success of your event. We welcome the
opportunity to host your event!
Hobson Memorial Union (HMU)
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/hobson_union/
Information Desk: 218-755-3760
Union building and Information
Desk summer hours:
Mon.-Fri.: 7:30 am-4 pm
Hobson Memorial Union’s central location on campus
makes it easily accessible and provides a variety of
services and programs to make your summer more
enjoyable. Located within the Union are the Lakeside
Foodcourt; University Bookstore; Affinity Plus Federal
Credit Union, art gallery; meeting rooms, study lounges, and TV lounge. Services include email kiosks and
WI-FI connection throughout HMU; mail drop/stamps;
ATM machine; photo copy, fax, and laminating
services; notary public; courtesy telephones; student,
staff and faculty I.D. cards; lost and found; and event
services (meeting rooms and equipment rental). The
Hobson Union staff and students coordinate a variety of
summer activities. Past events have included bowling
nights, movie trips, road trips in Minnesota, giveaways,
tie-dye, musicians, games, and more. These events are
advertised throughout campus as well as via calendars
distributed at events, the HMU Information Desk, and
on the HMU website (see above).
Admission
Undergraduate Study
Office of Admissions and Scholarships
102 Deputy Hall, #13
Bemidji State University
1500 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
218-755-2040
Special Student Admission Option
A Special Student Admission Form, found online at
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/admissions/undergrad/
submit/applynow/ is available for individuals who do
not plan to complete a degree or apply for financial
aid. Once admitted as a Special Student, individuals
may register for courses.
Undergraduate Special Student status allows qualified students to attend summer term. Students will
be granted special admission status if they (1) have
graduated from an accredited high school OR (2) have
completed a GED certificate OR (3) are transferring
from another post-secondary institution at which
they currently are, or have left, in good academic
and financial standing. An application fee of $20 is
required. Transcripts are not required. Students who
later decide to pursue a degree program must apply for
regular undergraduate admission to BSU.
Admission Requirements
for an Undergraduate Degree Program
Bemidji State University admits high school students
who 1) rank in the top 50 percent of their high school
graduating class OR 2) score a composite of 21 or
above on the ACT. The ACT is required of all students
who have graduated from high school within the past
two years. For high schools that do not rank their
students, a GPA of 3.0 or above is needed for automatic
admission. Transfer students (at least 24 semester
credits) will be admitted if they have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00. Applicants who
do not satisfy either requirement may be considered
for conditional admission.
Application Procedures
for a Degree Program
1. Application for admission: complete the BSU application for admission and return it to the Office
of Admissions and Scholarships.
2. Application fee: attach a non-refundable $20.00
money order, cash, or check (payable to Bemidji
State University) to the application for admission.
3. Official transcript: request that your high school or
secondary institution(s) send an official transcript
directly to the Office of Admissions and Scholarships.
4. Send electronic ACT score report if graduation from
high school has been within the last two years.
Graduate Study
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
111 Deputy Hall, #48
Bemidji State University
1500 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
218-755-2027
Graduate Special Student Admission
Students seeking graduate education for the purpose of
personal or professional enrichment and/or licensure,
without a planned master’s degree objective, may
enroll with graduate special student status. Admission
as a graduate special student requires that the student
have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited
college or university.
Graduate special enrollment requires an application
and a $20.00 application fee. Official transcripts
(unless pursuing licensure), the Graduate Record
Examination (GRE), or letters of recommendation
are not required. Graduate special students who subsequently decide to pursue a master’s degree are required
to complete a separate application for admission; they
will not be required to pay a second $20 application
fee. The application for admission should be submitted after successful completion of ten (10) graduate
semester credits. Students interested in pursuing
licensure should contact the Registrar (218-755-2020)
regarding state requirements.
All application credentials become the property of
Bemidji State University and will not be returned
to the student.
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Accreditation and Membership Profile
Bemidji State University is accredited by the Higher
Learning Commission and maintains membership
in the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools, as
well as with several national accrediting professional
associations.
Application Information:
Master’s Degree Student
Each application is considered on its merits. Applications should be received at least five weeks prior to the
anticipated term of initial enrollment. International
students should contact the International Program
Center ([email protected]) to receive
application materials and information. A student
seeking admission must, as a minimum, satisfy each
of the following requirements (visit the School of
Graduate Studies website for specific requirements):
A. Achieved an undergraduate cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.75 (4.00=A), or a cumulative
grade point average of at least 3.00 during the final
full two years (60 semester credits) of study;
B. Remit a $20.00 application fee (unless the $20.00
application fee was previously paid through the
Graduate Special Student process);
C. Request one official transcript from each previously
attended undergraduate and/or graduate institution (please disregard if you graduated from a 4
year MnSCU institution);
D. Provide the Graduate Record Examination General
Test results if required by the department. Applicants
are typically required to achieve the national norm
in each category: qualitative, quantitative, and
analytical reasoning;
E. Provide at least two (2) letters of recommendation
(contact the School of Graduate Studies as some
programs require more); and
F. Other specific documents as outlined per each
department.
Graduate Assistantships
Teaching and/or research assistantships are available
during the academic year and, periodically, during summer. These awards consist of a stipend and
partial tuition award. The total full-time award is
approximately $425* bi-weekly in addition to a waiver
of three (3) graduate credits for the entire summer
session. All communication regarding the availability
of graduate assistantships should be addressed to the
chairperson or graduate coordinator of the appropriate
department/ program.
*Some graduate assistantship stipends and tuition
waivers are considered taxable. Contact the Business
Office (218-755-2052) for additional information.
GRADUATE OFFERINGS
Master of Arts (M.A.) Degree
English; Dr. Mark Christensen ([email protected])
Master of Science (M.S.) Degree
Biology (Fall & Spring admission only); Dr. Mark Fulton ([email protected])
Counseling Psychology; Dr. Marsha Driscoll ([email protected])
(Program closed-no new admissions)
Education (Fall admission only); Dr. Michael Urban ([email protected])
Elementary and Middle Level Mathematics Education (elementary & middle level teachers); Dr. Glen Richgels
([email protected])
English; Dr. Mark Christensen ([email protected])
Environmental Studies; Dr. Tim Kroeger ([email protected])
Industrial Technology; Dr. James McCracken ([email protected])
(Program closed-no new admissions)
Mathematics (middle & secondary level teachers); Dr. Glen Richgels
([email protected])
Science (not currently taking applications)
Special Education (Fall admission only); Dr. Judy Olson ([email protected])
Sport Studies; Dr. Donna Palivec ([email protected])
(Program closed-no new admissions)
Technology/Career and Technical Education; Dr. James McCracken ([email protected]); (Program
closed-no new admissions)
Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree – no new admissions
Education; Dr. Michael Urban ([email protected])
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Business; Dr. Sanjeev Phukan ([email protected])
SPECIALIZED LICENSURES
Health; Dr. Donna Palivec ([email protected])
Preprimary Specialty; Dr. Michael Urban ([email protected])
Reading; Dr. Michael Urban ([email protected])
Special Education — LD, EBD, and DAPE; Dr. Judy Olson ([email protected])
CERTIFICATES
Electronic Writing (English); Dr. Michael Morgan ([email protected])
Online Teaching (MS/M.Ed. in Education); Dr. Michael Urban ([email protected])
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2014 Tuition, Payment, and Fees
The 2014 costs are as follows. In addition, students are required to pay student fees.
TUITION
Undergraduate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $249.85 per credit
Graduate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $65.80 per credit
Online Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30 additional per credit
Extended Learning Differential . . . . . $10 additional per credit
Students who are residents of WI may qualify for a reduced tuition rate through reciprocity. Reciprocity applications must be filed with the state’s appropriate higher education authority prior to billing dates.
Required Fees
In addition, students are required to pay student fees. Fees subject to change without notice.
Student Fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 credits $163.19 (maximum)
MSUSA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Per semester credit $.43
Technology Fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Per credit $10.00
Transcript Fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00
Green Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.00
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and/or supplies. These are itemized on the fee statement.
Other Fees
Application for admission
Special examinations
$20
$5 per semester credit
Payment Questions
Questions about payment should be directed to:
Cashier’s Office
Bemidji State University
Deputy Hall 202 #5
1500 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
1-218-755-2045
Fee statements are available on the web in April, through the web registration page. If you have questions about
your bill, please contact the Business Office at 218-755-2183.
Reminder: To prevent registration cancellation for non-payment, tuition and fees must be paid in full by May 12.
However, you will not be dropped for non-payment if any one of the following criteria is met:
1. If the Financial Aid office has received your FAFSA either for the summer term or previous academic year.
2. You have made a minimum down payment to your tuition and fees of 15% or $300, which ever is less.
3. You have a scholarship, waiver, or third party award on file that meets the minimum down payment rule.
Registration Information and Policies
Records and Registration Office
101 Deputy Hall #12
Bemidji State University
1500 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
218-755-2020
Bemidji State University uses Web registration. See
instructions on page 34.
Dates & Deadlines
* Registration Dates for Summer Session
March 3 through the first day of classes
* Course Cancellations
Course cancellations are based on registration enrollment two weeks prior to the start of the course.
Early registration may help ensure that a class will
be offered.
* Tuition Due Dates
• May 12th-First registration cancellation for
non-payment deadline.
• May 3rd-Second registration cancellation for
non-payment deadline.
• July 3rd-Third registration cancellation for nonpayment deadline.
Registration Policies
* Classes are limited in size; registrations are processed
on a first come, first served basis. Registering before
April 29 is recommended.
* Students are not required to have an advisor access
code for summer registration.
* Graduate-level courses are numbered 5xxx and 6xxx.
Undergraduate students should not register for these.
* Arranged Courses: Unlisted courses must be arranged by the student and the advisor, instructor,
and department chair. An Arranged Course Request
Form must be used to register for arranged courses.
These forms are available from the Records Office
and the Records Office website. They can be mailed
to you upon request. Registration for arranged
courses should be completed on campus, since Arranged Course Request Forms require department
and division approval.
* Students residing in North Dakota or Wisconsin need
to complete and submit the appropriate application in order to receive the reciprocity tuition rate.
Residents of all other states, as well as international
students, pay rates equivalent to Minnesota residents.
* The class schedule is not to be regarded as a contract.
* Credits are in semester hours.
* In compliance with Minnesota Public Law 1974,
Chapter 479, data requested from the students in the
registration process will be used for the purpose of
advisement, to locate a student in case of emergency,
and to provide statistical information. Failure to
supply all requested information may jeopardize a
student’s progress at this institution.
* Bemidji State University uses social security numbers
and birth dates for student identification purposes
on student records. Providing this information is
voluntary. If you do not provide these numbers,
your application will still be processed. This data
is requested for administrative purposes for the
University.
* The following directory information will be available to inquiries: name, address, e-mail address,
telephone number, degrees, awards, academic
recognitions, licenses received, participation in
officially recognized activities and sports, dates of
attendance, major and minor fields of study, names
of parents when associated with awards and officially
recognized activities and sports events, student classification, and date of graduation. Students who wish
to hold this information completely confidential
should notify the Records Office at the time they
register, if they have not previously done so. This
request for anonymity will remain in effect until
canceled in writing. Students should be aware that
this might jeopardize their chance of employment,
since calls for directory information from prospective
employers will be refused.
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Registration Information and Policies (continued)
Adding, Dropping,
Changing Classes
In the event a course you have chosen is filled add
yourself to the wait list. The wait list is used until
just before the beginning of May Term.
Refunds Policy
Tuition refunds for summer courses and workshops are
given only through the first class day. No refunds will
be given thereafter unless the student’s course load is
adjusted for the University’s convenience.
Withdrawal from School
Tuition and fee refunds for withdrawal from school are
made in accordance with Minnesota State Colleges and
Universities Board regulations. Summer term refunds
are determined by the schedule listed below.
Refund of Tuition
Subject to change without notice. No refunds will be
made unless the student officially withdraws from
the university.
If official withdrawal is completed during the periods
of time outlined below, the refund is:
• Class days 1-2 - 100%
• Class days 3-7 - 50%
• No refund after day 7
After the 7th instructional day the Director of Accounting Services or designee will review special hardship
cases by written petition only. The hardship must be
fully documented.
Cancellation of
Courses or Workshops
Some classes may be canceled due to low registration.
Because course cancellations are based on registration
enrollment two weeks before the first day of the course,
early registration may help insure that a class will be
offered. To learn if a class will be offered, log onto
the Web registration site or call the Records Office at
218-755-2020.
Only the classes in which you are actually registered
will appear on the online fee statement. The university
reserves the right to cancel a course when the enrollment is not sufficient to warrant its continuance, to
divide classes if the enrollment is too large for efficient
instruction, and to change instructors when necessary.
Bemidji State University reserves the right to change
without notice any materials, information, requirements, and regulations published in this bulletin.
Senior Citizen Registration
Minnesota senior citizens age 62 and over may enroll
on a space-available basis in any course free of charge
if they do not desire degree credit. If credit is desired,
an administrative fee of $18.00 per credit hour will
be assessed. Any laboratory course fees are required
whether the course is taken for credit or for audit.
For further information contact the Records Office
(218-755-2020).
Instructions for Complete
Withdrawal from School
If you are withdrawing from all of your classes, you
are advised to complete the following steps:
* If you would like to speak to a counselor or faculty
member about any academic or personal circumstances related to your withdrawal: You are encouraged to stop by the Counseling Center in Cedar Hall
or call 755-2024 to set up a confidential meeting.
* If you live in the residence halls and/or have a meal
plan: Contact Residential Life in Walnut Hall, 7553750, to terminate your Residential Life Contract and
receive directions for proper checkout procedures.
* If you received any type of financial aid: Contact
the Financial Aid Office in Deputy 114, 755-2034, to
address the following: 1) repayment of aid received if
you are withdrawing prior to 60% of the term being
completed; 2) your eligibility for future financial
aid when you return to school; and 3) exit student
loan information.
* If you received a Perkins Loan: Contact the Loan
Repayment Office in Deputy 202,
755-2039, for an exit interview and to update your
Perkins Loan information. Knowing your rights and
responsibilities in relation to this loan may help you
in future funding and enrollment.
* All students withdrawing must: Contact the Cashier’s
Office in Deputy 202, 755-2046, to determine if you
are to receive a refund or if a financial aid repayment is necessary.
* Finally, you must withdraw from all your classes
prior to the last day to withdraw as published in the
semester class schedule by using the Web Registration system.
Instructions for Registering
via the Web
Instructions for Class Registration via the Web
1.Access the BSU homepage:
www.bemidjistate.edu/
Click on the “myBSU” tab at the upper right: portal.bemidjistate.edu/ Your screen should
look as pictured here. Click on “E-services” in the lower right portion of the screen: https://
webproc.mnscu.edu/eservices/login.html?campusid=070 You do not need to login
to the portal to register.
2.Enter your BSU ID and PIN (see screen for instructions) in the corresponding boxes. Click “Login
Now.” For security purposes your BSU ID and PIN will be shown as black dots.
3.BSU will be using STAR ID and STAR ID PIN beginning in March. Call Records and Registration
(755-2020) if you need assistance registering.
4 If your login was successful, click on the “Courses & Registration” tab from the menu on the
left side of the screen.
5.You may search for classes or quickly add classes. Select “Register Now.”
6.The following screen will preview your schedule with the available courses you wish to register for.
If a class has NOT been added to your schedule it will state the course ID number and the reason of
failure. If your schedule appears correct, click “Register for these Courses.” (IMPORTANT
NOTE: Courses with a failed registration due to time conflict may be added to your schedule. Be
sure to review your schedule and drop one of the conflicting courses.)
7. Re-enter your PIN number in the appropriate box to confirm your selected courses, and then click
“Register.”
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1 Bangsberg Fine Arts
Complex (BG)
2 Alumni Arch
3 Deputy Hall (D)
4 Heating Plant
5 H.T. Peters Aquatic
Biology Lab (AQ)
6 Sattgast Hall of Science (S)
7 Memorial Hall (M)
8 Sanford Hall (SN)
9 Upper Hobson
Memorial Union (HMU)
10 Lower Hobson (HMU)
Memorial Union
11 Hagg-Sauer Hall (HS)
12 Bridgeman Hall (BN)
13 A.C. Clark Library (L)
14 David Park House (DPH)
15 Alumni House
16 Honors House
17 Campus Garden
18 Glas Scholars House
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February 28, March 28, April 25, May 30, June 27,
July 25, August 29, September 26
On the last Friday of every month from 3-5 pm, BSU
will host a social event focusing on a different aspect of
our global society. The purpose is to promote cultural
education, communication, and leadership between
students, faculty, staff and the community. In an
informal environment there will be opportunities to
gain a new perspective on oral traditions, performing
arts, rituals, food, and more. These events are free and
open to the community.
For a full listing of dates, locations and topics, please
visit: www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/summer.
Bike Bemidji: Loop the Lake Festival
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Bring the family for this community bike ride around
Lake Bemidji. Travel via the Westside trail, Birchmont
Dr., Cty 20, Lake Bemidji State Park, Paul Bunyan
Trail. There will be a variety of stations along the
way featuring food, music, and activities. If you don’t
have a bike, don’t worry. You can rent one through
Nice Ride Minnesota or Bemidji State University’s
Outdoor Program Center. For more information visit:
www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/summer.
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Chet Anderson Stadium
Outdoor Program Center (OPC)
American Indian
Resource Center (AIRC)
Birch Hall (BH)
Decker Hall (DH)
Linden Hall (LH)
Tamarack Hall (TK)
Newman Center
Switch Gear Building
Practice Fields
Gillett RecreationFitness Center (GC)
John Glas Fieldhouse (FH)
Baseball Field
Softball Field
Walnut Hall (WH)
Cedar Apartments
Pine Hall (PH)
Oak Hall (OH)
Central Receiving
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Academic Camps
Upward Bound: Summer Residential Program
Robotics Camp
MusiCamp
Ojibwe Culture Camp
Girl Scouts College Sampler
Scrubs
College for Kids
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Boy’s Basketball Camps
Girl’s Basketball Camps
Soccer Camps
Volleyball Camps
Northern Plains Vision of Sport Camp
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Tuesdays, July 29, August 5, 12, & 19
10 am-3 pm
Join Dr. Rebecca Knowles for a four-week course designed for adults with little to no science background;
offered through classroom, laboratory, and field
experience. The goal of the curriculum is to convey
knowledge, wonder, and appreciation for the fungi
and lichens abundant in northern Minnesota! Drop in
for one or join us for all. For more information visit:
www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/summer.
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Lichens and Mushroom Exploration
SUMMER CAMPS
Summertime. It is the perfect time to be at
Bemidji State University. Music camps. Sports
camps. Mind-expanding camps. All on our
lakeside campus. It’s a place to make new friends,
while developing new skills. For full details on
these events, please visit www.bemidjistate.edu/
academics/summer.
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Bemidji State University
1500 Birchmont Drive NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
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