the Course Guide - University Center of Greenville

Course Schedule Guide
Spring 2015
Mission
What’s Inside
Building on the success of the past 25 years, the
DEGREES OFFERED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
University Center of Greenville’s mission is to provide a
central cost-effective location for the delivery of higher
education, including undergraduate, graduate and
TUITION RATES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
doctoral programs, from many of South Carolina’s largest
universities benefiting the citizens and the economic
community of Greater Greenville, South Carolina.
7 Member Institutions
• Anderson University
REGISTRATION &
PAYMENT INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
Anderson University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
• Clemson University
Clemson University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
• Furman University
Furman University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
• Greenville Technical College
University of South Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
• South Carolina State University
University of South Carolina Upstate. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
• University of South Carolina
• University of South Carolina Upstate
GRADUATE COURSES
All information herein has been provided by the
Anderson University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
participating universities. The University Center
Clemson University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
administration can assume no responsibility
Furman University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
for omissions, cancellations or changes.
University of South Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
•Call us at 864.250.1111 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday.
•Visit us at 225 South Pleasantburg Drive
at McAlister Square.
•Visit us online at Greenville.org
•Find us on Facebook
2 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Degrees Offered
Undergraduate Programs
Graduate Programs
Anderson University
Anderson University
Criminal Justice (ACCEL Program)
Bachelor of Business Administration Concentration in Healthcare Management
Clemson University
Clemson University
Certificate in Educational Interpreting
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Accelerated Second Degree in Nursing
Furman University
Bachelor of Liberal Arts
Accounting
Business Administration
South Carolina State University
University of South Carolina Upstate
Bachelor of Arts
Communications – Concentration in Mass Media
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
(Day and Evening Programs)
Middle Level Education
Secondary Education
Information Management and Systems
(Evening/Online Progression Program)
Interdisciplinary Studies
(Day and Evening Programs)
Bachelor of Science
Business Administration – Concentrations in
Accounting and General Business Administration
(Day and Evening Program)
Special Education/Learning Disabilities
Engineering Technology Management
(Evening Program)
Interdisciplinary Studies
Nursing (Offering two tracks of study:
RN-BSN and Four-year degree)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Certificate in Clinical & Health Services Research
Educational Specialist – Administration & Supervision
Master of Arts in Teaching
Middle Level Education
Secondary (Math or Science)
Master of Education
Administration & Supervision
Counselor Education – Clinical Mental Health
Counselor Education – School Counseling
Teaching and Learning
Master of Science – Nursing
Ph.D. Educational Leadership
Ph.D. International Family & Community Studies
Ph.D. in Healthcare Genetics
Available through Distance Education:
Master of Human Resources Development
Master of Public Administration
Master of Science: Parks, Recreation
and Tourism Management
Master of Science: Youth Development Leadership
Furman University (most classes are held at
Furman; some classes offered at UCG)
Master of Arts in Education (M.A.)
Curriculum/Instruction
Early Childhood Education
Literacy
School Leadership
Special Ed (Learning Disabilities &
Emotional/Behavioral Disorders)
TESOL
Educational Specialist (Ed.S.)
South Carolina State University
Ed.D. in Educational Administration
University of South Carolina Upstate
Master of Science in Informatics
(Evening/Online Program)
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
(Commencing August 2014)
3 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Tuition Rates
Tuition rates are per credit hour for part-time students
who meet South Carolina residency requirements and are
subject to change.
Anderson University
ACCEL (BBA HCM, BCrJ)
Credit Hour Tuition. . . . . . . . . . . .$376
Tuition cost per ACCEL course . . . . . . . . . . $1,128
MBA
MBA - credit hour tuition. . . . . . .$403
MBA courses - 3 credit hours. . . . . . . . . . . . $1,209
Resource fee per course (books). . . . . . . . . . . $250
Cost per MBA course. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,459
Clemson University
Master Schedule of Fees
Undergraduate Non-Degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Undergraduate Nursing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Plus Matriculation, Lab, and Software
license fees as applicable)
Graduate Nursing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Plus Matriculation, Lab, and Software
license fees as applicable)
Graduate M.Ed. (excluding contract). . . . . . . . . . .
Graduate MAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Graduate Online: MHRD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Graduate Online: MPA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graduate Online: MSYDL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graduate Online: MSPRTM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ph.D.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
All other Graduate*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$562
$530
$630
$384
$560
$638
$638
$503
$638
$384
$638
* Varies by program and degree. All courses may be subject to fees.
Furman University
Undergraduate Evening Study. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $420
Graduate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $395
South Carolina State University
Tuition and Fees
University of South Carolina
Tuition and Fees
Undergraduate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $448
Graduate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $501
APOGEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $701
USC Upstate
Tuition and Fees
Undergraduate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $420
Registration
& Payment
Information
Anderson University
Admissions, Registrations and Payments
MBA Application
ACCEL Application
Chris Woodlief, Graduate and Adult Studies Coordinator
Clemson University
Admissions
Prospective Degree Students
Prospective Non-degree Seeking Students
Registration
Clemson Registrar
Payments
Clemson Payment Methods
Clemson Due Dates
Clemson Billing
Furman University
Admissions
General Admission Information
Undergraduate Evening Studies
Office of Graduate Studies
Registration
Provided with acceptance of application
Payments
Undergraduate Evening Studies Tuition
Graduate Studies Tuition and Fees
South Carolina State University
Admissions
Applications
Registration
Registrar’s Office
Payments
Bursar’s Office
University of South Carolina
Admissions
Undergraduate Admissions
Graduate School Admissions
Registration
Registrar’s Office
Payments
Bursar’s Office
USC Upstate
Admissions
Admissions
Registration
Registrar and Enrollment Services
Payments
Account Services
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 4
Undergraduate Courses
Anderson University
ACCEL Program864.231.5510
The Adults’ College Choice for Exceptional Learning (ACCEL) program at Anderson University offers adults the opportunity
to earn a bachelor’s degree by providing quality, affordable academic programs at the undergraduate level. The program,
which is presented in an accelerated hybrid or online format, where students come to class one evening a week and do the
remainder of the course online, is committed to providing an excellent education in a nurturing, Christian environment, and
allows most students the potential to graduate within four years. Please contact Chris Woodlief for additional information.
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
The Bachelor of Criminal Justice is designed for adults who seek careers in the criminal justice field. This option is geared
towards first-time freshmen and those without an extensive academic background in Criminal Justice. Graduates are
prepared to work in a variety of positions in law enforcement, correction, probation, or other related. Concentrations
include Law Enforcement and Homeland Security/Emergency Preparedness. The Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree is
available either online, on main campus or at the University Center of Greenville.
Bachelor of Criminal Justice (Degree Completion)
The Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree builds upon the strong foundation provided by associate degree programs in Criminal
Justice. The program increases and complements the skills already attained by persons working in a variety of positions in law
enforcement, corrections, probation, or other related fields. Students must transfer in at least 27-33 semester hours of Criminal
Justice courses that were taken in an associate degree program such as one taught by the majority of technical colleges.
Upper level courses in social and behavioral sciences, as well as advanced courses in Criminal Justice, strengthen graduates’ ability
to relate to and interact with the people they serve. Concentrations include Law Enforcement and Homeland Security/Emergency
Preparedness. The Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree is available either online or at the University Center of Greenville campus. Class Dates: See Below
Reg. #
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
1/5 - 2/26/2015
CRJ 410
1/5 - 2/26 Terrorism
ESM 375
1/5 - 2/26 Crisis Com & Leadership
3/2 - 4/23/2015
3
3
W
TH
6:00 - 8:10PM
6:00 - 8:10PM
CRJ 435
3
TH
6:00-8:10PM
Strategic Planning
Time
Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Healthcare Management The Bachelor of Business Administration offers a concentration in Healthcare Management. This program is designed for
health facility employees or those who would like to pursue a career in health care management. Classes meet one night
a week, for five eight-week terms per year with a potential to earn 30 semester hours per calendar year. Classes are also
available online. Our Business Program is accredited with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
The overall Healthcare Management program was designed to meet the guidelines established by the Association of
University Programs in Health Administration. The Bachelor of Business Administration degree, with a Concentration in
Healthcare Management is available either online, on main campus or at the University Center of Greenville. Class Dates: See Below
Reg. #
Course Title
1/5 - 2/26/2015
CHCM110-HY3 Introduction to Health Management
5 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Cr. Hrs.
Day
3
T
Time
5:30-9:30PM
Clemson University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Hillarie Brown 864.250.6702
The courses listed below are open to Registered Nurses who are graduates of an accredited two-year Nursing Program, have
been accepted into the Clemson RN-BSN completion program, and have completed all of the required general education
courses for the Clemson University BSN degree. Contact Hillarie Brown at 864.250.6707 ([email protected]) for
information on the RN-BS Nursing program in Greenville. Courses meet on Tuesdays and are web-enhanced.
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
First Seven Weeks
NURS3070 400
Family Nursing in the Community
4
T
1:00-3:50PM
Second Seven Weeks
NURS4250 400
Community Nursing
4
T
1:00-3:50PM
Full Semester
NURS3190 400
NURS3040 400
NURS3330 400
NURS4060 400
Health Assessment for RNs
Pathophysiology
Healthcare Genetics
Issues in Professionalism
3
3
3
3
T
T
T
T
8:00-9:50AM
10:00-11:50AM
10:00-11:50AM
1:30-4:20PM
Accelerated Second Degree In Nursing
Hillarie Brown864.250.6702
The courses listed below are open to Accelerated Second Degree Nursing students who are graduates of an accredited
four-year college or university and have completed all of the required general education courses for the Clemson
University BSN degree. Contact Hillarie Brown (above) for information regarding the Accelerated Second Degree Nursing
program in Greenville. Courses meet in person and are a full time course of study (Monday-Friday) for 16 months or four
consecutive semesters (fall, spring, summer, fall).
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
NURS3030 400
Med-Surg II: Nursing of Adults
7
NURS3031 400
Med-Surg II Lab
0
NURS3031 401
Med-Surg II Lab
0
NURS3031 402
Med-Surg II Lab
0
NURS3330 401
Healthcare Genetics
3
NURS3230 401
Gerontology 2
NURS3050 400
Psychosocial Nursing
3
Day
MW
W
R
T
W
T
W
M
F
F
Time
8:00-9:15AM
10:00AM-1:00PM
7:00AM-4:30PM
7:00AM-4:30PM
10:00AM-1:00PM
7:00AM-4:30PM
10:00AM-1:00PM
9:30-11:50AM
8:00-10:45AM
12:00-3:15PM
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 6
American Sign Language
At Clemson University, you are able to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Languages with a concentration in
American Sign Language (ASL). You also have the option of including ASL as a minor. ASL classes are offered in Greenville.
The bulk of the classes for the undergraduate degree are offered in Clemson. The 16-hour ASL-English Educational
Certificate is available at the University Center of Greenville.
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course #
13130
ASL1010 1
14578
ASL1010 2
13132
ASL1011 1
14579
ASL1011 2
14580
ASL1020 1
14582
ASL1020 2
14584
ASL1021 1
14585
ASL1021 2
16051
ASL2010 1
16053
ASL2010 2
14586
ASL2020 1
14587
ASL2020 2
13118
ASL3010 1
13122
ASL3020 1
16054
ASL3050 1
18177
ASL3150 1
18175
ASL3450 1
18176
ASL3490 1
17677
ASL3970 1
13107
ASL4010 1
13106
ASL4200 1
13112
ASL4250 1
17678
ASL4970 1
Course Title
American Sign Language I
American Sign Language I
American Sign Language I Laboratory
American Sign Language I Laboratory
American Sign Language I
American Sign Language I
American Sign Language I Laboratory
American Sign Language I Laboratory
American Sign Language II
American Sign Language II
American Sign Language II
American Sign Language II
Advanced American Sign Language I
Advanced American Sign Language II
Deaf Studies in the United States
Survey of Interpreting in Public Schools
American Sign Language for Health Care Practitioners I
Adv Applications in American Sign Language
Creative Inquiry American Sign Language
Discourse in American Sign Language I
American Sign Language English
Interpreting in Elementary Schools II
American Sign Language
English Interpreting in Secondary Schools II
Creative Inquiry American Sign Language
Cr. Hrs.
Day
4
TR
4
TR
0
0
4
MW
4
MW
0
0
3
MW
3
MW
3
MW
3
TR
3
TR
3
TR
3
TR
3
TR
3
TR
3
TR
1.0-4.0
3
TR
3
TR
3
TR
1.0-4.0
Time
1:00-2:40PM
3:30-5:10PM
TBA
TBA
2:30-4:10PM
4:30-6:10PM
TBA
TBA
1:00-2:15PM
3:30-4:45PM
1:00-2:15PM
2:30-3:45PM
1:00-2:15PM
5:30-6:45PM
10:00-11:15AM
10:00-11:15AM
4:00-5:15PM
1:00-2:15PM
TBA
7:15-8:30PM
11:30AM-12:45PM
2:30-3:45PM
TBA
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
The undergraduate curriculum in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management prepares students for a variety of careers in
public and private settings. The undergraduate curriculum provides a broad exposure to the knowledge and skills required
to manage recreation, park, and tourism programs and resources. The program is offered at the Clemson main campus with
occassional offerings in Greenville.
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course #
16839
PRTM3260 1
16840
PRTM3270 1
16841
PRTM3280 1
7 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Course Title
Recreational Therapy Implementation and Evaluation: Physical Health Conditions
Recreational Therapy Implementation
and Evaluation: Mental Health Conditions
Preceptorship in Recreational Therapy
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
3
M
10:00AM-1:00PM
3
W
10:00AM-1:00PM
2
MW
1:30-3:30PM
Online Undergraduate Courses
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course #
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
10914
AAH2100
Introduction to Art and Architecture
3
TBA
14782
ACCT2010
Financial Accounting Concepts
3
TBA
14791
ACCT2020
Managerial Accounting Concepts
3
TBA
14794
ACCT2040
Accounting Procedures
1
TBA
14797
ACCT2041
Accounting Procedures Laboratory
0
TBA
12797
AL3490
Principles of Coaching
3
R
12805
AL3500 400 Scientific Basis of Coaching I: Exercise Physiology 3
R
12807
AL3500 401 Scientific Basis of Coaching I: Exercise Physiology 3
R
12809
AL3520 400 Scientific Basis of Coaching II: Kinesiology
3
R
12811
AL3530 400 Theory of Prevention and Treatment 3
T
of Athletic Injuries
12813
AL3530 401 Theory of Prevention and Treatment 3
T
of Athletic Injuries
16754
AL3531
Theory of Prevention and Treatment
of Athletic Injuries Laboratory
0
12814
AL3600
High School Athletics Ethical and Legal Issues
3
M
12816
AL3610 400 Administration and Organization 3
T
of Athletic Programs
12818
AL3610 401 Administration and Organization
of Athletic Programs
3
T
12820
AL3610 402 Administration and Organization 3
T
of Athletic Programs
12821
AL3620 400 Psychology of Coaching
3
T
12823
AL3620 401 Psychology of Coaching
3
T
16114
AL3710 400 Coaching Baseball
1
16115
AL3720 400 Coaching Basketball
1
16117
AL3730 400 Coaching Cross Country
1
16118
AL3740 400 Coaching Football
1
16120
AL3750 400 Coaching Soccer
1
12825
AL3760 400 Coaching Strength and Conditioning
1
M
12827
AL3760 401 Coaching Strength and Conditioning
1
M
16100
AL4000 400 Athletic Leadership Internship
0
16101
AL4380 400 Selected Topics in Athletic Leadership
1.0-3.0
16104
AL4380 401 Selected Topics in Athletic Leadership
1.0-3.0
16105
AL4380 402 CPR,AED&First Aid for Coaches
1.0-3.0
T
16106
AL4380 403 CPR,AED&First Aid for Coaches
1.0-3.0
T
16110
AL4380 404 CPR,AED&First Aid for Coaches
1.0-3.0
R
16112
AL4380 405 CPR,AED&First Aid for Coaches
1.0-3.0
R
16536
AL4380 407 CPR,AED&First Aid for Coaches
1.0-3.0
R
18587
AL4380 408 CPR,AED,&First Aid for Coaches
1.0-3.0
T
18588
AL4380 409 Softball
1.0-3.0
T
12491
ASTR1020
Stellar Astronomy ONLINE
3
14597
AVS4530 400 Animal Reproduction
3
12376
CH1010 400 General Chemistry
4
M
16991
CPSC2070 401Discrete Structures for Computing
3
13489
CPSC4140 1 Human and Computer Interaction
3
14852
ECE2010 400 Logic and Computing Devices
2
14854
ECE2020 400 Electric Circuits I
3
Time
9:30-10:45AM
9:30-10:45AM
11:00AM-12:15PM
12:30-1:45PM
9:30-10:45AM
11:00AM-12:15PM
TBA
8:00-8:50AM
9:30-10:45AM
11:00AM-12:15PM
12:30-1:45PM
11:00AM-12:15PM
12:30-1:45PM
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
7:00-8:30PM
7:00-8:30PM
TBA
TBA
TBA
2:00-3:15PM
9:30-10:45AM
11:00AM-12:15PM
12:30-1:45PM
9:30-10:45AM
11:00AM-12:15PM
12:30-1:45PM
TBA
TBA
7:00-9:00PM
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 8
Reg. #
Course #
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
16998
ECE2120 400 Electrical Engineering Laboratory II
1
14885
ECE2720 400 Computer Organization
3
17641
ECE2730 400 Computer Organization Laboratory
1
15162
ECE3600 400 Electric Power Engineering
3
15964
ECE4190 400 Electric Machines and Drives
3
15259
ECE4200 400 Renewable Energy Penetration on the Power Grid 3
18316
ENGL3140
Technical Writing (ONLINE)
3
18746
ENGL3150
Sci Writing & Comm (ONLINE)
3
15645
GC4510 6
Special Projects-London Study
1.0-6.0
T
18010
GEOL1140 1 Earth Resources Laboratory
1
10212
HLTH2020400Introduction to Public Health
3
10214
HLTH2030400Overview of Health Care Systems
3
15361
HLTH4310400 Public and Environmental Health
3
15224
LAW3220 6 Legal Environment of Business
3
15226
LAW3220 7 Legal Environment of Business
3
15228
LAW3220 8 Legal Environment of Business
3
15229
LAW3220 9 Legal Environment of Business
3
10168
MATH1050 400Precalculus
5
10231
MATH1990 400Problem Solving in Mathematics
3
18292
MGT2180 1 Management Personal Computer Applications
3
MWF
18293
MGT2180 2 Management Personal Computer Applications
3
MWF
18294
MGT2180 3 Management Personal Computer Applications
3
MWF
18295
MGT2180 4 Management Personal Computer Applications
3
TR
14008
MKT3010 6 Principles of Marketing
3
18630
NPL3010 2
Understanding Stakeholders for 3
Non-Profit Organizations
18631
NPL3030 2 Personnel Leadership in Non-Profit Orgs
3
R
16336
NURS3020400 Gerontology Nursing
2
F
15510
PHIL1020 6 Introduction to Logic
3
MWF
12162
PHYS2400 1 Phys of Weather ONLINE
3
18366
PKSC4230 400 3D Parametric Design Online
3
18367
PKSC4240 400 Structural Packaging Design Online
3
14339
POSC1900 1 Introduction to Political Science
1
14729
POSC4990 1 Professional Development in Political Science
1
16835
PRTM2650 1 Terminology in Recreational Therapy Practice
1
11954
STS1010 20 Survey of Science and Technology in Society
3
18731
YDP3100 400 Youth Development and the Family
3
9 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Time
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
8:00-9:15AM
9:05-9:55AM
10:10-11:00AM
8:00-9:15AM
TBA
TBA
3:00-4:15PM
12:50-2:00PM
1:25-2:15PM
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Furman University 864.294.3160
Bachelor of Liberal Arts
Furman’s Undergraduate Evening Studies degree program offers the Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree with majors in
accounting and business administration. All courses required for the degree are offered during evening hours. Course
offerings are also available to Pre-MBA students, Pre-CPA students, and non-degree students. For more information about
Undergraduate Evening Studies, please visit our website (linked above) or call 864.294.3160.
Class Dates: January 5 - April 25, 2015
Exams:
April 27 - May 2
Holidays: January 19, March 7-15, April 3-6
Reg. #
Course Title
ACC350-01 Accounting Information Systems
ACC320-01 Cost Accounting
ACC301-01 Managerial Accounting
ACC330-01Auditing
ACC312-01 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACC450-01 Advanced Topics in Accounting
Cr. Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
3
Day
M
M
T
W
W
R
Time
6:00-8:45PM
6:00-8:45PM
6:00-8:45PM
6:00-8:45PM
6:00-8:45PM
6:00-8:45PM
University of South Carolina
Distance Education
Many programs are available via distance education. Please see pages at USC Graduate section for full undergraduate
and graduate mixed spring course listings.
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 10
University of South Carolina Upstate 864.552.4242
Students wanting to enroll in courses at USC Upstate in Greenville must first be accepted as regular USC Upstate students
or have permission from their college or university to enroll. You can register up to the day class starts. In addition, students
interested in the nursing major must submit (by published dates) the forms provided by the School of Nursing. For further
information contact USC Upstate in Greenville at 864.552.4242 or call the Spartanburg campus at 864.503.5246.
The University of South Carolina Upstate at the University Center of Greenville offers daytime, evening, and online
classes leading to baccalaureate degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS), Nursing (BSN and RN-BSN), Information
Management & Systems, Engineering Technology Management, Business Administration with a concentration in general
business, and a number of Education degrees and certifications including Early Childhood Education, Elementary
Education, Middle Grades Education, and Special Education/Learning Disabilities. For more information regarding these
programs, please call USC Upstate at the University Center at 864-552-4242.
Bachelor of Arts or Science – Interdisciplinary Studies – Evening Program
The BA or BS in Interdisciplinary Studies is designed for mature students with clearly defined educational goals. The
program emphasizes flexibility to suit the individual. Students who graduate with this degree find employment in
government, business and a variety of other fields. The IDS program allows students to combine course work in two or
more disciplines based on personal interest, the desire for self-improvement, career advancement, or preparation for
study in a profession such as law. Students with a variety of courses from other colleges and universities who do not have
adequate credits for a traditional degree may find that the IDS program will allow them to use many of their previously
earned credits.
Bachelor of Science – Professional Nursing
RN to BSN Completion Track – Online and Day Program
Registered nurses who have previously earned diplomas or associates degrees in nursing are admitted to the
undergraduate program to meet requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Students may complete
the program of study in one calendar year. The school awards 35 semester hours of validated nursing credit to each
registered nurse for past nursing courses. Classes are offered one day per week in-class or via an online format.
Bachelor of Science – Professional Nursing – Day Program
The BS Nursing degree equips students to enter the field of professional nursing by emphasizing a strong clinical background, a
comprehensive knowledge of theory, and development in communication skills and compassion. The curriculum is designed to
provide students the opportunity to acquire tools needed for effective professional nursing practice in a wide variety of settings
and to provide a broad educational foundation that serves as a basis for graduate study in nursing. As the need for well-trained,
capable nurses continues to expand, graduates of this program will find job opportunities abundant. In addition, the bachelor’s
degree assures that graduates are positioned for advancement in the field.
Bachelor of Science – Engineering Technology Management – Evening Program The BS in ETM is designed for engineering technology associate’s degree holders who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree
with only an additional two years of coursework. Students enroll in the program if they possess or are near completion
of an associates degree in engineering technology. The program is ideal for technicians who desire the management
skills necessary to be an effective interface between technicians and upper managers. It uses a comprehensive blend of
management, business, economics, and communications courses to build a layer of management knowledge and skills
on students’ technical foundation. ETM courses include cost analysis, work analysis, systems decision making, quality
practices, and project management. Industry projects integrated with traditional coursework enable students to apply
theory in realistic management situations. The ETM degree will open doors for advancement and give students the ability
and confidence to step through those doors. Visit www.uscupstate.edu/etm for more information.
11 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Bachelor of Arts – Information Management and Systems – Evening Program
The BA in Information Management and Systems degree is designed to position graduates at the forefront of information
creation, access, analysis, and dissemination. Graduates enjoy IM&S careers in areas such as business, healthcare
organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions. The multidisciplinary degree integrates an understanding
of computer science, information science, telecommunications, discipline-specific data, information administration, and an
ability to recognize relationships between technical systems and social structures. Courses emphasize basic quantitative and
qualitative techniques, business functions, effective communication skills, and proactive team interactions. Concentration
areas allow students to focus on the application of technology in one of four fields: business, mass media and public
relations, education and health. The IM&S program is ideal for working professionals as it can be completed without
attending classes on the Spartanburg campus (although attending day and evening classes in Spartanburg is an option for
students). Students will complete a combination of live courses taught in Greenville, online courses taught via the Internet,
and transfer courses taught at Greenville Technical College or other institutions. Bachelor of Science – Business Administration Concentration in General Business
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration allows students the opportunity to work toward a variety of career
goals in general business administration. Quality across the curriculum is a priority. To ensure that the highest standards
are consistently met, the School of Business completed the rigorous process of earning accreditation from AACSB-The
International Association for Management Education. Accreditation by AACSB is regarded nationally as an indication
of excellence in instruction and training. Only a third of business programs in the U.S. have earned this prestigious seal
of approval. Earning a business degree from USC Upstate will allow students to rightfully claim to be a graduate of a
nationally recognized program!
Bachelor of Arts – Early Childhood, Elementary, Special Education (Learning Disabilities) and
Middle Grades Education – Day Program and Elementary Education – Evening Program
USC Upstate’s Greenville Campus offers instruction in early childhood education, elementary education (day or evening
program), middle level education and special education: learning disabilities. Although the curriculum and requirements
of each program are different, the over-riding philosophy of each is common—to prepare students to be the innovators
and leaders of education in the United States. USC Upstate education students lead the way in efforts to reinvigorate
schools, promote business and school partnerships, and ensure quality for all students.
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 12
Class Dates: January 12-May 4, 2015
Holidays: January 19; March 9-March 13
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
T
M
T
T
W
W
R
T
M
T
2
3
3
3
3
3
12
3
3
3
2
2
2
12
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
12
3
1
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
2
2
12
3
MW
R
T
M
W
TBA
MTWRF
W
W
M
TR
TBA
TBA
MTWRF
TBA
R
R
W
M
M
W
TR
TBA
MTWRF
W
R
TBA
M
M
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
T
MTWRF
TBA
Time
Business
30445
30452
30453
30456
30461
30480
30493
30498
30501
30513
ACCT U 333
ACCT U 435
ACCT U 437
BADM U 398
BADM U 478
FINA U 363
MGMT U 372
MGMT U 378
MGMT U 390
MKTG U 455
ACCT. FOR DECISION MKG/CTRL
AUDITING
ADVANCED ACCOUNTING
TPCS IN METRO BUS. STUDIES
SENIOR SEMINAR: BUSINESS STRATEGIES
BUSINESS FINANCE
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
INTERNATION BUSINESSS ENTERPRISE
STRAT. MANAGE. INFO SYSTEMS
TOPICS IN MARKETING
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
Education
30408
30410
30412
30409
30411
30414
30415
30407
30417
30385
30384
30387
30388
30389
30419
30405
30413
30406
30199
30399
30416
30400
30401
30402
30403
30404
30216
30390
30418
30391
30392
30393
30394
30395
30398
30396
30397
EDEC U 410
EDEC U 420
EDEC U 422
EDEC U 424
EDEC U 445
EDEC U 468
EDEC U 469
EDEL U 441
EDEL U 448
EDEL U 450
EDEL U 455
EDEL U 455
EDEL U 460
EDEL U 468
EDEL U 469
EDFO U 483
EDFO U 485
EDFO U 487
EDFO U 487
EDLD U 412
EDLD U 414
EDLD U 440
EDLD U 449
EDLD U 470
EDLD U 483
EDLD U 485
EDRE U 418
EDRE U 442
EDRE U 442
EDSC U 440
EDSC U 440
EDSC U 441
EDSC U 442
EDSC U 443
EDSC U 444
EDSC U 480
EDSC U 485
13 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
CLINICAL EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
YNG CHILD: BHVR/DVLP. ERLY CHILD.
SURVEY ERLY CHILDHOOD EDU.
PARENT/FAMILY/INVLMNT ERLY EDUC
LANG. DEVEL./COMM. SKILLS
ED. YNG. CHILD: ECOL. APRCH
DIRECTED TEACH ERLY EDU.
CURR/TCH IN THE ELEM. SCHOOL
TEACH SCIENCE IN ELEM. SCHOOL
FINE ARTS ELEM. SCHOOL CURRIC.
CLINICAL I-ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
CLINICAL I-ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
CLINICAL II-ELEMENTARY EDUC
DIRECTED TEACH ELEMNARY SCHOOL
ELEM. ED. ISSUES AND TRENDS
ORG & MGMT OF DIVERSE CLASSROOM
DVRSTY, MGMT AND ASSESSMENT
STUDENT, TEACHER, SCL ASSESSMENT
STUDENT, TEACHER, SCL ASSESSMENT
CHARACTER OF STUDENT WITH LD
INDIVID. CURR. STUDENT W/ DISABILITY
PRACTCM INST. STUD. W/ DISAB. II
ISSUES/TRENDS EXCEPTIONALITIES
DRECT TCHNG OF STUDENTS W/ LD
ASSESS. STUDENTS W/ DISABILITY
BEHAVIOR MGMT IN SPECIAL EDU
LITERACY MID & SECOND SCHOOL
LITERACY I: LEARN READ/WRITE
LITERACY I: LEARN READ/WRITE
CLINICAL II MIDDLE/SECOND. EDU
CLINICAL II MIDDLE/SECOND. EDU
ML CURRICULUM & METHOD
SCDRY SCHL CURRIC & METHODS
ML/SEC. ED ASSESSMENT
ML/SEC. MANAGE CLASS ENVIRON.
DIRECT TEACH IN MIDDLE SCHOOL
ML/SEC ISSUES AND TRENDS
8:30-10:30AM
8:30-11:00AM
11:30AM-2:00PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
TBA
7:30AM-3:30PM
8:30-11:00AM
5:00-7:30PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
8:00-10:00AM
TBA
TBA
7:30AM-3:30PM
TBA
11:30AM-2:00PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
5:00-7:30PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
8:30-11:00AM
8:00-10:00AM
TBA
7:30AM-3:30PM
11:30AM-2:00PM
10:15-11:15AM
TBA
8:30-11:00AM
5:00-7:30PM
12:00-2:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
8:30-10:00AM
8:30-10:00AM
10:00-11:00AM
11:00AM-12:00PM
7:30AM-3:30PM
TBA
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
Engineering Technology Management
29217
29227
29228
ETMG U 330L ENGINEER WORK ANALYSIS LAB
ETMG U 420L ENGINEER PROJECT MGMT LAB
ETMG U 499 SENIOR SEMINAR
0
0
3
M
R
W
6:00-8:40AM
6:00-8:40AM
6:00-8:40AM
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
5
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
T
F
W
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
M
W
M
W
M
R
M
R
F
R
R
W
W
F
F
T
T
T
R
R
R
M
W
M
W
W
R
W
R
W
R
T
W
T
W
2:00-5:00PM
9:00-11:00AM
3:15-5:15PM
8:00 -9:30AM
10:30AM-12:00PM
8:00 -9:30AM
10:30AM-12:00PM
8:00 -9:30AM
12:15-1:45PM
8:00 -9:30AM
12:15-1:45PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
8:30-11:30AM
9:00AM-12:00PM
12:00-3:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
8:30-11:30AM
9:00AM-12:00PM
12:00-3:00PM
6:30AM-4:00PM
6:30AM-4:00PM
6:30AM-4:00PM
6:30AM-4:00PM
6:30AM-4:00PM
6:30AM-4:00PM
8:30-11:30AM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
9:00AM-1:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-1:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
Nursing
28609
28612
28615
28622
28622
28623
28623
28640
28640
28641
28641
28649
28649
28651
28651
28662
28662
28665
28665
28685
28686
28689
28690
28691
28692
28694
28718
28720
28721
28722
28724
28725
28806
28806
28807
28807
28823
28823
28824
28824
28825
28825
28828
28828
28829
28829
NURS U 306 NURS U 308
NURS U 308
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 310
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 320P
NURS U 325P
NURS U 325P
NURS U 325P
NURS U 325P
NURS U 325P
NURS U 325P
NURS U 330
NURS U 330P
NURS U 330P
NURS U 330P
NURS U 330P
NURS U 330P
NURS U 330P
NURS U 340
NURS U 340
NURS U 340
NURS U 340
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
INTRO TO PROFESSIONAL NURSING
PATHO. FOR HEALTH PROF.
PATHO. FOR HEALTH PROF.
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS OF NURS. PRACTICUM
INTEGRATED NURSING PRACTICUM
INTEGRATED NURSING PRACTICUM
INTEGRATED NURSING PRACTICUM
INTEGRATED NURSING PRACTICUM
INTEGRATED NURSING PRACTICUM
INTEGRATED NURSING PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERATIONS I PRACTICUM
NURS. CHILDBRING FAM/WMN HLTH
NURS. CHILDBRING FAM/WMN HLTH
NURS. CHILDBRING FAM/WMN HLTH
NURS. CHILDBRING FAM/WMN HLTH
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 14
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
28830
28830
28831
28831
28834
28834
28835
28835
28847
28847
28848
28848
28849
28849
22850
28850
28851
28851
28852
28852
28854
28854
28877
28877
28899
28900
28901
28902
28903
28904
28917
28918
28920
28928
28939
28940
28941
28948
28948
28959
28959
28960
28960
28961
28961
28962
28962
28963
28963
28964
28964
21382
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 340P
NURS U 360
NURS U 360
NURS U 360
NURS U 360
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 360P
NURS U 410
NURS U 410
NURS U 410P
NURS U 410P
NURS U 410P
NURS U 410P
NURS U 410P
NURS U 410P
NURS U 425
NURS U 425
NURS U 425
NURS U 428
NURS U 430
NURS U 430
NURS U 430
NURS U 441
NURS U 442
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 441P
NURS U 450
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
NUR CHLDBRNG FAM/WMN HLTH PRA
CHILD HEALTH NURSING
CHILD HEALTH NURSING
CHILD HEALTH NURSING
CHILD HEALTH NURSING
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
CHILD HEALTH NURSING PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II PRACTICUM
HEALTH ALTERNATIONS II PRACTICUM
NURSING RESEARCH
NURSING RESEARCH
NURSING RESEARCH
QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY
LEADERSHIP IN NURS. PRACTICE
LEADERSHIP IN NURS. PRACTICE
LEADERSHIP IN NURS. PRACTICE
PSYCHIATRIC MENTAL HLTH NURS PSYCHIATRIC MENTAL HLTH NURS PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
PSYCH MENTAL HLTH NURS PRAC.
HEALTH ALTERATIONS III
15 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Cr. Hrs.
Day
0
0
0
0
5
5
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
6
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
T
W
T
W
M
W
M
W
W
R
W
R
W
R
T
W
T
W
T
W
T
W
T
F
W
W
R
S
S
S
TBA
TBA
W
W
TBA
TBA
W
T
R
M
T
M
T
M
T
T
W
T
W
T
W
T
Time
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
1:00-3:00PM
9:30AM-1:00PM
9:30AM-1:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
TBA
TBA
1:00-4:00PM
1:00-4:00PM
TBA
TBA
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
6:00AM-6:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
6:00AM-6:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
6:00AM-6:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
6:00AM-6:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
6:00AM-6:00PM
12:00-2:00PM
6:00AM-6:00PM
8:00AM-12:20PM
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
21392
21393
21394
21406
21407
21408
21411
28779
21421
21422
28786
21424
21425
28792
21433
NURS U 450P
NURS U 450P
NURS U 450P
NURS U 450P
NURS U 450P
NURS U 450P
NURS U 461
NURS U 461P
NURS U 461P
NURS U 461P
NURS U 461P
NURS U 461P
NURS U 461P
NURS U 497
NURS U 499
HEALTH ALTERATIONS III PRACTICUM HEALTH ALTERATIONS III PRACTICUM HEALTH ALTERATIONS III PRACTICUM HEALTH ALTERATIONS III PRACTICUM HEALTH ALTERATIONS III PRACTICUM HEALTH ALTERATIONS III PRACTICUM COMMUNITY & PUBLIC HEALTH NURS.
COMM. & PUBLIC HLTH NURS. PRAC
COMM. & PUBLIC HLTH NURS. PRAC
COMM. & PUBLIC HLTH NURS. PRAC
COMM. & PUBLIC HLTH NURS. PRAC
COMM. & PUBLIC HLTH NURS. PRAC
COMM. & PUBLIC HLTH NURS. PRAC
PROFESSIONAL NURSING ISSUES
SENIOR PRACTICUM IN PROF NURSING
Cr. Hrs.
Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
R
R
F
F
F
F
M
W
W
W
R
R
R
TBA
TBA
3
3
3
3
3
3
T
M
R
W
W
T
Time
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
7:00AM-7:00PM
8:30AM-12:50PM
6:00AM-7:00PM
6:00AM-7:00PM
6:00AM-7:00PM
6:00AM-7:00PM
6:00AM-7:00PM
6:00AM-7:00PM
TBA
TBA
Other Courses Offered in Greenville
29947
29946
29948
29949
29911
29923
IDST U 300
IDST U 300
IDST U 300
IDST U 490
PSYC U 310
PSYC U 350
INTRO TO INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
INTRO TO INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
INTRO TO INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
SENIOR SEMINAR INTERDISCIP. STUDIES
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
6:00-8:40PM
Internet Courses 29264
29417
29418
29419
29420
29425
29429
29270
29271
29272
29273
29278
29285
29289
29293
29296
29299
29302
29304
29311
29317
29650
30270
30271
30272
30273
30274
30275
ANTH U 102
ARTH U 101
ARTH U 101
ARTH U 101
ARTH U 101
ARTH U 105
ARTH U 106
CRJU U 101
CRJU U 102
CRJU U 102
CRJU U 102
CRJU U 210
CRJU U 220
CRJU U 230
CRJU U 343
CRJU U 345
CRJU U 361
CRJU U 371
CRJU U 384
CRJU U 474
CRJU U 501
CSCI U 138
EDEC U 742
EDEC U 742
EDEC U 750
EDEC U 750
EDEC U 797
EDEL U 715
UNDERSTANING OTHER CULTURES
INTRODUCTION TO ART
INTRODUCTION TO ART
INTRODUCTION TO ART
INTRODUCTION TO ART
HIS. WEST. ART: PREHIST TO MID AGES
HIS. WEST. ART: RENAISS TO PRESENT
INTRO TO CRIM JUSTICE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE WRITING LAB
CRIMINAL JUSTICE WRITING LAB
CRIMINAL JUSTICE WRITING LAB
POLICING IN AMERICA
THE CRIMINAL COURTS
INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS
THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
CRIMINAL JUSTIC RESEARCH METHOD
CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY
CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION SOCIAL DEVIANCE
SENIOR SEMINAR
INTRO TO COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
ADVD. STDY ERLY CHILD CUR./PROG. MOD
ADVD. STDY ERLY CHILD CUR./PROG. MOD
PLAY THEORY & EARLY LEARNING
PLAY THEORY & EARLY LEARNING
SEMINAR IN EARLY CHIILDHOOD EDUC.
THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 16
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
30276
30170
30171
30172
30173
30175
30176
30187
30193
30277
30283
30284
30285
30213
30217
30289
30290
30291
30028
30031
30035
30036
30286
30287
29215
29218
29223
29225
30059
28970
28971
28972
28973
28976
28974
28977
28975
28980
28985
28990
28999
29001
29004
29583
29591
29600
30124
29691
29692
29699
29706
29716
EDEL U 780
EDFO U 200
EDFO U 200
EDFO U 200
EDFO U 200
EDFO U 201
EDFO U 201
EDFO U 333
EDFO U 341
EDFO U 744
EDFO U 744
EDLC U 722
EDLC U 723
EDRE U 384
EDRE U 418
EDVI U 706
EDVI U 730
EDVI U 735
ENGL U 102
ENGL U 102
ENGL U 245
ENGL U 252
ENSL U 718
ENSL U 728
ETMG U 330
ETMG U 370
ETMG U 37OL
ETMG U 420
FREN U 102
HIMS U 201
HIMS U 250
HIMS U 301
HIMS U 302
HIMS U 412
HIMS U 413
HIMS U 417
HIMS U 450
HIMS U 496
INFO U 201
INFO U 303
INFO U 345
INFO U 347
INFO U 415
JOUR U 201
JOUR U 328
JOUR U 450
LIBR U 201
MATH U 102
MATH U 102
MATH U 120
MATH U 121
MATH U 122
SEMINAR IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
TEACHER EDUCATION COLLOQUIUM
TEACHER EDUCATION COLLOQUIUM
TEACHER EDUCATION COLLOQUIUM
TEACHER EDUCATION COLLOQUIUM
PRAXIS PREPARATION I
PRAXIS PREPARATION I
EDUC. DEVELP. LIFELONG LEARNER
INTRO EXCEPT. LEARNERS/SPEC. ED.
PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION
PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION
DEVELOP. LITERACY GRADES Kinder.-2
DEVELOP. LITERACY GRADES 3-8
CHILDREN’S LIT
LITERACY IN MIDDLE/SEC SCHOOL
ADVANCED BRAILLE
ASSESS./EDU. METH. LEARN. W/ VIS. IMP.
PRACTICUM IN SPEC. ED: VISUAL IMPAIR.
COMPOSITION II
COMPOSITION II
BUSINESS WRITING
UNDERSTANDING ENGLISH GRAMMAR
TECHNIQ. FOR TEACH ENG K-12 2ND LAN
LITERACY INSTRUCT K-12 ESL
ENGINEERING WORK ANALYSIS
SYSTEMS DECISION MAKING
SYSTEMS DECISION MAKING LAB
ENGINEERING PROJECT MGMT
INTRODUCTORY FRENCH II
UNDERSTANDING HEALTHCARE
DEPARTMENT ADMIN IN HEALTCARE
HEALHCARE INFORMATIONS SYSTEMS
INFO TRENDS IN HEALTHCARE SYSTMS
ETHICS/RISK MGMT IN HEALTHCARE
NETWORK APP. FOR HLTHCARE SYST
HEALTHCARE INFO PRIVACY/SECURITY
HEALHCARE DATABASE/INFO RETRIEV
ESSENTIALS IN HEALTH IT
CONCEPTS OF INFO MGMT/SYSTEMS
ORGAN. INFORMATICS/IT PLATFORM
TECHNICAL PRESENTATION/COMMUNICAT
WEB PAGE CONSTRUCTION
E-COMMERCE AND THE INTERNET
SURVEY OF MASS COMMUNICATIONS
FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
WOMEN IN MEDIA
STRATEGIES FOR INFO DISCOVERY
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
CALC FOR MGMT/SOCIAL SCIENCES
17 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
3ONLINE
0ONLINE
0ONLINE
0ONLINE
0ONLINE
1ONLINE
1ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
4ONLINE
4ONLINE
0ONLINE
4ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
29722
30485
30490
30510
29499
29500
29501
29544
29546
30517
28603
28605
28606
28607
28905
28906
28908
28909
28911
28913
28921
28922
28923
28925
28926
28931
28932
28933
28934
28936
28942
28943
28944
28945
28946
30944
30948
30950
30951
28932
29854
29856
30427
29334
29350
29353
29354
30083
30101
29625
29460
29461
MATH U 126
MGMT U 290
MGMT U 371
MKTG U 351
MUSC U 110
MUSC U 110
MUSC U 110
MUSC U 140
MUSC U 140
NPAD U 301
NURS U 301
NURS U 301
NURS U 301
NURS U 301
NURS U 420 NURS U 420 NURS U 420 NURS U 420 NURS U 420 NURS U 420 NURS U 425
NURS U 425
NURS U 425
NURS U 425
NURS U 425
NURS U 428
NURS U 428
NURS U 428
NURS U 428
NURS U 428
NURS U 430
NURS U 430
NURS U 430
NURS U 430
NURS U 430
NURS U 710
NURS U 711
NURS U 712
NURS U 713
PHIL U 311
POLI U 101
POLI U 101
RELG U 103
SOCY U 101
SOCY U 351
SOCY U 355
SOCY U 361
SPAN U 101
SPAN U 102
SPCH U 350
THEA U 161
THEA U 161
PRECALCULUS I
INTRO TO BUS. INFO SYSTEMS
PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZ. MGMT
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC
HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC
NONPROFIT SECTOR IN THE U.S.
NUTRITION
NUTRITION
NUTRITION
NUTRITION
CURRENT TOPICS IN NURSING
CURRENT TOPICS IN NURSING
CURRENT TOPICS IN NURSING
CURRENT TOPICS IN NURSING
CURRENT TOPICS IN NURSING
CURRENT TOPICS IN NURSING
NURSING RESEARCH
NURSING RESEARCH
NURSING RESEARCH
NURSING RESEARCH
NURSING RESEARCH
QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY
QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY
QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY
QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY
QUALITY AND PATIENT SAFETY
LEADERSHIP IN NURSING PRACTICE
LEADERSHIP IN NURSING PRACTICE
LEADERSHIP IN NURSING PRACTICE
LEADERSHIP IN NURSING PRACTICE
LEADERSHIP IN NURSING PRACTICE
NURSING RESEARCH METHODS
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
ROLE OF THE NURSE AS LEADER
CNL PRACTICUM I
ETHICS AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
COMPARATIVE RELIGION
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SOCIAL DEVIANCE
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY
INTRODUCTORY SPANISH
INTRODUCTORY SPANISH II
COMMUNICATIONS AND GENDER
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ART
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ART
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
2ONLINE
2ONLINE
2ONLINE
2ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
1ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
3ONLINE
4
ONLINE
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 18
Graduate Courses
Anderson University
MBA864.231.5510
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a general management program which emphasizes an integration of the
business disciplines within a Christian, ethical framework. It is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in
either business or in a non-related field. When required, leveling courses (prerequisites) are offered for the non-business
undergraduate. The program is traditional in its course offerings but nontraditional in its scheduling. It is designed for
the working professional. Each on-campus course meets in the evening once a week for six weeks at the University Center
of Greenville. Each week will consist of two segments. One segment will meets as traditional, four-hour class on campus
on Monday or Tuesday evenings and the other segment convenes online for group/case work during the rest of the week.
Typically, only one course is taken at a time. Thirty-six hours are required for graduation. Total program cost, including
tuition, fees, materials and books, is approximately $17,800. Please contact Chris Woodlief for additional information.
Class Dates: See Below
Course
Course Title
1/12 - 2/22/2015
BUS 525
Managerial Accounting
BUS 510
Quantitative Analysis
2/23 - 4/12/2015
BUS 590
Strategic Management
BUS 505
Human Resources Mgmt
BUS 550
Operations Management
BUS 501
Mgmt Thought & Appl
4/13 - 5/24/2015
BUS 560
Global Business
BUS 515
Financial Management
BUS 530
Leadership & Ethics
BUS 510
Quantitative Analysis
19 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
3
3
T
M
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
3
3
3
3
M
T
M
T
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
3
3
3
3
M
T
M
T
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
5:30-9:30PM
Clemson University
Education ProgramsClaire Cappio
864.250.8880
Through the University Center of Greenville, the Clemson University Eugene T. Moore School of Education offers
advanced degree programs. Some of the courses listed below may be appropriate for teacher recertification and teachers
may enroll in some courses on a non-degree seeking basis. Teachers should contact the State Department of Education at
803.734.8466 to determine what courses are appropriate for their particular certification. Doctor of Philosophy – Educational Leadership
The Ph.D. in Educational Leadership program is designed to provide students with a strong background in five domains:
(a) leadership, (b) research, (c) policy, (d) ethics, and (e) diversity. As the highest academic degree granted by Clemson
University, the Ph.D. is designed to prepare students to become scholars who discover, integrate, and apply knowledge as
leaders in schools and post-secondary and community educational institutions and agencies. Doctor of Philosophy – Curriculum and Instruction
The Doctor of Philosophy degree in curriculum and instruction is a research degree designed to prepare the student to
become a scholar who can discover, integrate and apply knowledge, as well as communicate and disseminate it. The
intent of the program is to prepare the student to make a significant original contribution to knowledge in a specialized
field. The program prepares students in one of the following specialty concentrations: elementary education, English
education, mathematics education, science education, social studies education, literacy education or special education.
Education Specialist – Administration and Supervision
The Ed.S. in Educational Administration and Supervision at Clemson University is a 30-credit-hour program designed
to lead to certification in South Carolina as either a building level (principal) or district level leader (superintendent).
According to state regulation, there are two levels of building level certification that candidates may obtain as a result of
program completion: Elementary Principal/Supervisor (grades K-8) or Secondary Principal/Supervisor (grades 6-12).
Educational Specialist – Counselor Education
The faculty of the Counselor Education Program is dedicated to educating counselor education professionals as scholar
practitioners to function in culturally diverse settings. This program utilizes an experiential and theory-to-practice model
emphasizing development, prevention, and intervention. The program areas are designed to provide challenging, yet
supportive environments that promote professional orientation, commitment to inquiry, and self-awareness. The EdS
degree in Counselor Education is designed for individuals who already possess a master’s degree in counseling and who
seek to further their knowledge and skills in counseling. Students entering this program must choose either a school
counseling emphasis or a mental health counseling emphasis. Master of Education/Educational Specialist – Clinical Mental Health Counseling:
The faculty of the Counselor Education Program is dedicated to educating counselor education professionals as scholar
practitioners to function in culturally diverse settings. This program utilizes an experiential and theory-to-practice
model emphasizing development, prevention, and intervention. The program areas are designed to provide challenging,
yet supportive environments that promote professional orientation, commitment to inquiry, and self-awareness. This
CACREP-accredited program is dedicated to preparing counselors who possess the skills and dispositions to work
effectively with diverse populations and to engage in data-driven practices. Master of Education/Educational Specialist – School Counseling
The faculty of the Counselor Education Program is dedicated to educating counselor education professionals as scholar
practitioners to function in culturally diverse settings. This program utilizes an experiential and theory-to-practice
model emphasizing development, prevention, and intervention. The program areas are designed to provide challenging,
yet supportive environments that promote professional orientation, commitment to inquiry, and self-awareness. This
CACREP-accredited program is dedicated to preparing school counselors who possess the skills and dispositions to work
effectively with diverse populations, to engage in data-driven practices, and to be leaders and advocates in their schools.
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) – Middle Level Education
The MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) in middle level education is a 36-hour field-based initial certification program for
grades 5-8. Course work includes 12 content area hours and 24 hours in education in the areas of middle school methods,
curriculum, reading, educational psychology, growth and development, tests and measures, and special education.
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 20
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) – Secondary Science or Mathematics
The MAT in Secondary Science and Secondary Mathematics is a 39-semester hour program that is completed in 13
months and offered in the Greenville area. It consists of innovative online courses, significant face-to-face instruction,
and more than 100 hours of field experience prior to student teaching. The program also provides the courses required
for initial certification in South Carolina. The program is geared primarily towards adults with a background in science,
mathematics, or a related discipline who wish to change careers and enter the teaching field.
Master of Education – Administration and Supervision The master’s program (M.Ed.) in Educational Administration and Supervision at Clemson University is a 36-credit-hour
program designed to lead to certification in South Carolina as a building level leader. According to state regulation,
there are two levels of certification that candidates may obtain as a result of program completion: Elementary Principal/
Supervisor (grades K-8) or Secondary Principal/Supervisor (grades 6-12). The level of administrative certification that
candidates may earn is contingent upon their current teaching certification.
Master of Education – Literacy Education
The purpose of a Master’s of Education in Literacy is to educate reading professionals who have an in-depth knowledge
of reading theories, processes, strategies, curriculum and research. Students also use that knowledge to plan appropriate
reading programs and curricula for a variety of contexts, and communicate information to a wide variety of audiences.
Master of Education – Teaching and Learning The purpose of the MEd. Program in Teaching and Learning is to provide advanced education and experiences for
certified teachers in the state of South Carolina and beyond. The program is open to qualified individuals with teacher
certification in local and regional communities. The objectives of the MEd. program in Teaching and Learning are to
enhance the practice of certified teachers; provide a source for the development of highly qualified teachers for South
Carolina; and provide a rigorous program of study grounded in current research. The specialty content areas served by
the Teaching and Learning program include Mathematics Education, Science Education, English Education, Social Studies
Education, and Elementary Education.
Add-On Certification
The Eugene T. Moore School of Education offers courses that lead to add-on certification in: Early Childhood Education,
ESOL (K-12) and Middle Level Education. All add-on certification courses are held at the University Center in Greenville
(UCG). Students must hold a valid SC license (although in some instances, course work toward the add-on may begin
during initial candidacy). Add-on certification is administered through the S.C. Department of Education and teachers
should contact SCDoE at 803.734.8466 to determine what courses are appropriate for their particular certification.
Upstate Writing Project(864) 735.8UWP
The Upstate Writing Project (UWP) is an official National Writing Project (NWP) site supported by financial and professional
resources of Clemson University and local school districts. Keeping with the NWP model, UWP has the following primary
goals: to improve students’ writing abilities by improving the teaching and learning of writing in the nation’s schools, provide
professional development programs for classroom teachers, and expand the professional roles of teachers. 21 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course #
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
17332
ED8380 3
Teaching Argument Writing
3
R
10049
ED8380 400
Astronomy - Middle School Tch
1.0-3.0
W
10048
ED8380 401
Modern World History
1.0-3.0
W
17334
ED8670 501
Practicum Instruct ESOL Elem 1.0-3.0
&Second Learners
10058
ED9800 400
Internship in Curriculum and Instruction
1.0-6.0
10064
ED9910 400
Doctoral Dissertation Research
1.0-18.0
10589
EDC8070 400
Counseling Children and Adolescents
3
T
10581
EDC8110 400
Multicultural Counseling
3
W
10627
EDC8150 400
Group Counseling
3
M
10628
EDC8150 401
Group Counseling
3
R
10582
EDC8300 400
School Counseling Practicum
3
M
10584
EDC8300 401
School Counseling Practicum
3
M
17883
EDC8300 402
School Counseling Practicum
3
R
17885
EDC8300 403
School Counseling Practicum
3
R
10622
EDC8410 400
School Counseling Internship
3.0-6.0
M
10629
EDC8460 400
Clinical Mental Health 3.0-6.0
M
Counseling Internship
10631
EDC8460 401
Clinical Mental Health 3.0-6.0
M
Counseling Internship
10633
EDC8850 400
College Admissions Counseling
1.0-3.0
R
18161
EDF8710 400
Cultural Diversity in Education
3
T
10092
EDF8880 400
Integration of Digital Media for MS Teachers 3
M
18076
EDL7150 400/500 School and Community Relationships
3
T
14891
EDL7400 400
Curric Planning & Improvemt for School Admin 3
R
16352
EDL7510 400/500 Elementary Principal & 3
T
Supervisor Field Experience II
16358
EDL7560 400/500 Secondary Principal & 3
T
Supervisor Field Experience II
14904
EDL8390 400
Research Methods in Educ Leadership
3
W
18050
EDL9050 400
Theory and Practice in Educ Leadership
3
M
18051
EDL9110 400
Systematic Inquiry in Educ Leadership
3
T
18074
EDL9720 400
Ethics in Educational Leadership
3
R
10148
EDLT8670 400 Middle School Reading
3
T
10149
EDLT8670 401 Middle School Reading
3
R
10123
EDML8210 400 Middle Grades Language Arts 3
Methods/Student Teaching
10125
EDML8220 400 Middle Grades Social Studies 3
Methods/Student Teaching
10127
EDML8230 400 Middle Grades Math 3
Methods/Student Teaching
10129
EDML8240 400 Middle Grades Science 3
Methods/Student Teaching
13244
EDSC8920 400 Capstone Seminar
3
M
13246
EDSC8920 401 Capstone Seminar
3
T
10140
EDSP8230 400 Teaching Individuals with 3
M
Disabilities in Integrated Settings
12679
ENGL7000 1
Children’s Literature for Teachers
3
W
Time
5:00-7:45PM
5:30-8:15PM
5:00-7:45PM
TBA
TBA
TBA
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-8:00PM
5:00-8:00PM
5:00-8:00PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
5:00-7:45PM
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 22
International Family and Community Studies
Claire Cappio 864.250.8880
The doctoral program in International Family and Community Studies educates professionals to generate, diffuse, and apply
knowledge needed to strengthen communities’ capacity for family support, meaningful participation and strong relationships,
including mutual assistance. Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course #
Course Title
10474
14743
18589
14765
11251
FCS8110 1
FCS8310 1
FCS8340 1
FCS8360 1
FCS8920 61
Human Dev & Family Life in Cultural Context
Community Transformation
Res Methods in Intl Family & Comm Studies II
Area Studies - Eastern Europe
Secondary Data Analysis
Cr. Hrs.
3
3
3
3
3
Day
Time
W
T
R
W
R
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00-4:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00-4:00PM
1:00-4:00PM
Master of Science in NursingHillarie Brown 864.250.6702
The Master of Science degree program with a major in nursing is designed to build upon the first professional degree (BSN).
You will acquire knowledge and skills in advanced nursing practice. Select one of four tracks: clinical nurse specialist (CNS),
nurse practitioner (NP), nursing administration, or nursing education. Classes meet one day a week on Thursdays.
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course
NURS8190 400
NURS8200 400
NURS8210 400
NURS8850 400
NURS8480 400
NURS8230 400
NURS8080 400
NURS8010 400
NURS8790 400
Course Title
Developing Family
Child & Adolescent
Adult
Mental Health in primary care
Health Care Policy and Economics
Practicum
Nursing Statistical Analysis
Advanced Family and Community
Special Topics
Cr. Hrs.
Day
4
4
4
2
3
6
2
3
1-12
Alt R
Alt R
Alt R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Time
8:00-11:50AM
8:00-11:50AM
8:00-11:50AM
8:00-11:50AM
9:00-11:50AM
1:00-2:50PM
1:00-2:50PM
3:00-5:50PM
TBA
Certificate in Clinical and Health Services Research
The Department of Public Health Sciences in collaboration with the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Clemson
University is now offering a 12 credit graduate-level certificate in Health Services Research at the University Center
of Greenville in Greenville, South Carolina. The goal of this certificate is intended to enhance research skills of health
professionals in all health related fields. This certificate program is designed for qualified applicants holding masters or
professional degrees in the health or medical sciences and/or related physical, biological and social sciences. No classes offered this semester.
Ph.D. Health Care Genetics
Ellen Chiles 864.250.8881
The Interdisciplinary Healthcare Genetics Doctorate, provided through the School of Nursing, offers individuals from multiple
health-related disciplines the opportunity to achieve a terminal degree. The curriculum builds partnerships with more than
six disciplines focusing on genetics, health policy and ethics, theory development, and quantitative and qualitative research
methods. Three specialty research tracks promote advanced study: Interventionists; Translational Bench Science; Ethics and
Health Policy. Contact Ellen Chiles at 864.250.8881 ([email protected]) for more information.
No classes offered this semester.
23 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Online Graduate Programs
Master of Human Resource Development
Claire Cappio 864.250.8880
Through the University Center of Greenville, Clemson University offers an online graduate degree program in Human Resource
Development (M.H.R.D.). The MHRD degree is designed for in-career professionals working in business, industry, government,
and non-profit organizations. In addition there is an intercollegiate athletic leadership option for those who wish to advance
their standing within the IAL profession. The program is organized into student cohorts that begin each August. Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
15453
15455
15456
15457
15460
15461
15464
15465
15561
15562
15563
15564
15567
15568
15569
15570
15470
15543
15545
15547
15548
15550
15552
15555
15578
15579
15580
15581
HRD8470 400 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 401 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 402 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 403 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 404 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 405 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 406 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8470 407 Instructional Systems Design
HRD8490 400 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 401 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 402 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 403 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 404 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 405 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 406 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8490 407 Eval of Training & Development/HRD Programs
HRD8800 400 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 401 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 402 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 403 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 404 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 405 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 406 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8800 407 Research Concepts and Skills
HRD8970 400 Applied Research and Development
HRD8970 401 Applied Research and Development
HRD8970 402 Applied Research and Development
HRD8970 403 Applied Research and Development
Cr. Hrs.
Day
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
M
M
T
T
W
W
R
R
M
M
T
T
W
W
R
R
M
M
T
T
W
W
R
R
M
W
T
R
Time
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:05-8:35PM
8:40-10:10PM
8:40-10:10PM
5:30-7:00PM
7:00-8:30PM
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 24
Master of Public Administration Dr. Lori Dickes 864.656.7831
The MPA degree is designed for working working public administrators or non-profit professionals. The professional expertise
of students and faculty in local government, state agencies, non-profit organizations, and non-governmental organizations is a
critical component to the education experience. The program has a diverse mix of students who contribute to an engaging and
collaborative learning environment. Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
15884
15887
18844
15896
15881
18797
18803
18804
18809
15903
15904
15905
17093
18801
18802
18827
18843
18956
15907
15908
PADM8220 400Public Policy Process
PADM8270 400Public Personnel Administration
PADM8290 400Public Financial Management
PADM8340 400Administrative Law
PADM8410 400Public Data Analysis
PADM8410 401Public Data Analysis
PADM8500 400Fundamentals of Homeland Security
PADM8620 400Administrative Leadership
PADM8650 400Leadership in the Nonprft Sect
PADM8780 401APPLICATIONS STNBLTY PRNCPLS
PADM8780 402FUNDRAISING IN NONPRFT SECTOR
PADM8780 403GIS for Public Admin
PADM8780 404Capstone Continuation
PADM8780 405Lobbying and Public Influence
PADM8780 406Lobbying and Public Influence
PADM8780 407Regional Econ Dev: Theory & Practice
PADM8780 408Social Policy Dynamics &
PADM…Musings on Social Policy
PADM8780 409Sustainability & PADM: Int’l Perspective
PADM8790 400Internship in Pub Admin
PADM8800 400Capstone Public Admin
Master of Youth Development Leadership
Cr. Hrs.
Day
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
W
R
R
M
M
T
T
T
W
T
W
R
TBA
M
M
R
R
3
3
3
W
TBA
TBA
Time
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
5:30-8:10PM
5:30-8:10PM
5:30-8:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
6:30-9:10PM
April Bowen 864.656.5097
The online Youth Development Leadership Program in the College of Health, Education, and Human Development at Clemson
University is moving forward to address the need for providing strong, effective leaders equipped to optimize the skills of youth
and create a culture where youth thrive and are nurtured to become productive citizens of healthy communities in our society.
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course
15952
15953
16751
17417
17389
17635
HEHD8000 230 Theories of Youth Dev: An Applied Perspective
HEHD8010 230 Child and Adolescent Development
HEHD8040 230 Assessment and Evaluation of Youth Programs
HEHD8880 400Special Topics in Youth Development Leadership
HEHD8890 1 Independent Study in Youth Development
HEHD8900 400The Profession of Youth Development Leadership
25 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
3
3
3
3
1.0-6.0
3
R
R
R
R
R
R
Time
Master of Science in Parks, Recreation,
and Tourism Management Dr. Denise Anderson 864.656.5679
The M.S. (on-line, non-thesis) is offered as an entirely on-line graduate degree program with an emphasis on the student who
is already a practitioner in the field or looking to make a career change. The degree is focused on giving the student a solid
foundation of the theoretical underpinnings of the field while also developing the student’s practical administrative and
management skills.
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course
16171
PRTM6300 2
16175
PRTM6310 1
16622
PRTM6311 1
16168
PRTM8030 1
16616
PRTM8060 1
16173
PRTM8110 2
16169
PRTM8210 1
16174
PRTM8250 1
16178
PRTM8400 2
16625
PRTM8500 2
16617
PRTM8910 1
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
World Geography of Parks and Equivalent Reserves
3
Methods of Environmental Interpretation
3
Methods of Environmental Interpretation Laboratory 0
Seminar in Recreation and Park Administration
3
Special Problems
1.0-3.0
Research Methods in Parks, Recreation 3
and Tourism Management
Grants and Alternative Funding for 3
Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Understanding Populations in Parks, 3
Recreation and Tourism Management
Tourism Planning
3
Sustainable Tourism: Myth or Reality?
3
Master’s Thesis Research
1.0-12.0
Day
Time
T
T
TBA
TBA
TBA
T
7:00-8:50PM
7:00-8:50PM
7:00-8:50PM
T
7:00-8:50PM
T
7:00-8:50PM
T
T
TBA
7:00-8:50PM
7:00-8:50PM
Other Online Graduate Courses
Class Dates: January 7 - May 1, 2015
Holidays: January 19, March 16 - 20
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
11342
11345
18742
13257
13258
13612
13259
13490
17907
17942
17743
15965
15263
16649
18652
15432
18131
13462
13465
13475
12392
ARCH8730 1
ARCH8731 1
AVS6110 400
BIOL84530 1
BIOL8450 1
BIOL8470 1
BIOL8480 1
CPSC6140 1
CSM8610 400
CSM8810 400
CSM8890 400
ECE6190 400
ECE6200 400
ECE7010 400
ECE8160 400
ECE8620 400
EDEC8200 1
IE8520 1
IE8540 1
IE8580 1
STAT8420 230
Environmental Systems
3
Environmental Systems Laboratory
0
Animal Growth and Development
3
Understanding Genetics and Evolutionary Biology
3
Understanding Vertebrate Biology
3
Understanding Microbiology
3
Understanding Scientific Research
3
Human and Computer Interaction
3
Construction Control Systems
3
Professional Seminar
3
Special Problems
3
Electric Machines and Drives
3
Renewable Energy Penetration on the Power Grid
3
Master of Engineering Design Project
1.0-6.0
Electric Power Distribution System Engineering
3
Real Time Computer Application in Power Systems 3
Advanced Early Childhood Education Curriculum
3
Modeling and Decision Making
3
Fundamentals of Supply Chain and Logistics
3
Case Studies in Capital Projects Supply Chain
3
Introduction to Statistical Methods
3
Day
Time
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 26
Furman University 864.294.2213
Through the Office of Graduate Studies, Furman University offers courses leading to a Master of Arts degree in education
or to initial certification, recertification, add-on certification, or professional development. Within the master’s degree,
concentrations are available in Early Childhood, Literacy, School Leadership, Special Education (Learning Disabilities
and Emotional/Behavioral Disorders), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), and Curriculum &
Instruction. Furman also offers an Ed.S. degree in Educational Leadership. Graduate courses are offered primarily in the
evenings during fall and spring terms and in the daytime and evening during the summer term. Courses are normally
offered on the Furman campus or at the University Center of Greenville. For information or for an appointment with an advisor, call 294-2213 or check out our website
at www.furman.edu/gradstudies.
Class Dates: January 12 - April 28, 2015
Exams:
April 30, May 1, 4, 5, 6
Holidays: March 7-15, Spring Break; April 3, Easter Break
Course
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
Time
3
3
3
W
R
T
3
SAT
3
3
W
R
5:45-8:30PM
5:45-8:30PM
3
W
5:45-8:30PM
Foundations
EDFD 606-01
EDFD 608-01
EDFD 879-01
Research in Education
Culture of Schooling in America
Master’s Seminar in Education
5:45-8:30PM
5:45-8:30PM
5:45-8:30PM
Curriculum and Instruction
EDCI 675-01
Nature & Needs of GT Students
9:00AM-1:30PM
Exceptionalities
EDEX 622-01
EDEX 623-01
Nature of Learning Disabilities
Nature of Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
Literacy
EDRD 965-01
Practicum I: Assessmt of Reading/Writing School Leadership
EDSL 730-01
EDSL 849-01
EDSL 972E/S-01
Designing and Implementing Curriculum
3
M
5:45-8:30PM
The Principalship
3
R
5:45-8:30PM
Internship in Elementary/
3
R
5:00-8:00PM
Secondary Administration(1/15, 2/12, 3/19, 4/16)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
EDOL 621-01
EDOL 961-01
Sociolinguistics for ELL’s
3
R
Practicum: Principles & Strategies for 3
TBD
Teaching English Language Learners
5:45-8:30PM
TBD
Ed.S. – Educational Leadership
EDSL 852
EDSL 879
Data Analysis for Educ Leadership
Adv Seminar in Educ Lship & Research
27 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
3
3
R
R
5:45-8:30PM
5:45-8:30PM
University of South Carolina
Graduate Courses
USC’s Master’s of Social Work (at the University Center of Greenville)
Class Dates: January 12 - April 27, 2015
Reg. #
Course
Course Title
31111
11500
11836
26978
11504
11406
26981
11501
11347
SOWK710-12 Foundations of SW Practice in Groups
SOWK710-11 Foundations of SW Practice in Groups
SOWK716
Human Behavior & Social Environment II
SOWK718-017 Systems Analysis of SW Practice
SOWK718-001 Systems Analysis of SW Practice
SOWK725-005 Adv SW Practice with Families
SOWK725-018 Adv SW Practice with Families
SOWK742
Social Welfare Policy Analysis
SOWK791
Social Work Research Methodologies
Cr. Hrs.
Day
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Time
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00PM-4:00PM
1:00PM-4:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00PM-4:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
1:00PM-4:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
9:00AM-12:00PM
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 28
USC College of Engineering and Computing’s APOGEE Program
Engineering (APOGEE – A Program of Graduate Engineering Education)
APOGEE is a distance education program offered exclusively through the Internet. The APOGEE program enables students to
earn a Masters of Engineering degree, Masters of Science (classes only, research requirement must be fulfilled in residence)
or Ph.D. (classes only, research requirement must be fulfilled in residence) while maintaining full-time employment. For
further information about APOGEE, please contact the Graduate Director in the program (Chemical, Electrical, etc) that you
are interested in; contact information for each department linked above. Class Dates: January 12 - April 27, 2015
Course
Course Title
Cr. Hrs.
Day
CSCE 715
CSCE 727
CSCE 747
CSCE 824
ECIV 524
ECIV 720
ECIV 736
ECIV 751
ECIV 767
ELCT 553
ELCT 563
ELCT 564
ELCT 883
EMCH 516
EMCH 532
EMCH 553
EMCH 555
EMCH 558
EMCH 575
EMCH 578
EMCH 585
EMCH 744
EMCH 755
EMCH 758
EMCH 770
EMCH 774
EMCH 777
EMCH 794
Network Systems Security
Information Warfare
Software Testing & Quality Assurance
Secure Database Systems
Structural Vibrations
Adv. Structural Mechanics & Analysis
Ground Improvement Techniques
Water & Wastewater Treatment Theory I
Sediment Transport & River Mechanics
Electromechanical Energy Conversion
Semiconductor Electronic Devices
RF Circuit Design for Wireless Communications
Power Systems Stability & Control
Control Theory in Mechanical Engineering
Intermediate Dynamics
Nuclear Fuel Cycles
Instrumentation for Nuclear Engineering
Introduction to Risk Analysis & Reactor Safety
Adaptive Materials & Smart Structures
Introduction to Aerodynamics
Introduction to Composite Materials
Aerodynamics & Flight Mechanics
Advanced Nuclear Engineering
Nuclear Reactor Systems
Predictive Modeling: Combining Experiments w/Computations
Radiation Damage
Aerospace Structures II
Thermodynamics
Time
USC Graduate School Please see next pages for details on USC’s undergraduate and graduate distance learning courses.
29 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 30
G
3
Lev Hrs
Disorders of Articulation: Evaluation and
Therapy
Course Name
1/12-4/27
Course
Dates
Broadcast
Dates
Barnes, Elizabeth
Instructor
DVD
Type
Days
/
Time
Begin/End
30
Est
Enrll
G
1
Observation of Speech Language Pathology
1/12-4/27
Melvin, Caryn
DVD
/
35
G
3
Media Law
1/12-4/27
Collins, Erik
WBCN
/
25
G
3
Integrated Communications Strategies
1/12-4/27
Klipstine, Thomas
WBCN
/
25
G
3
Programming and Materials for Children/Young
Adults with Disabilities
1/12-4/27
Copeland, Clayton
WEB
/
G
3
Introduction to Library and Information Studies
1/12-4/27
Copeland, Clayton
Cunningham, Christopher
WEB
/
G
3
Introduction to Information Sources and Services
1/12-4/27
Tu-Keefner, Feili
WEB
/
G
3
Introduction to the Management of Libraries,
Media Centers, and Information Agencies
Please register for this course no later than _______________
SLIS J704
1/12-4/27
Deng, Liya
Trembach, Stanislav
WEB
Printed by Admin 10/17/2014 2:20:48 PM / Page 1 of 5
/
Please register for this course no later than ___________________ There will be optional office hours via Adobe Connect on Tuesdays, 5:45 - 6:45 p.m. ET. Adobe Connect URL will be posted in
Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J703
Please register for this course no later than_______________ There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Thursdays, Jan. 15, Feb. 19, and Apr. 2, 7 - 8:30 p.m. ET. Students may
participate live online or may view the sessions at a later time; students are responsible for all material covered. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the
first session. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J701
Please register for this course no later than _______________ There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Thursdays, Jan. 22, Feb. 26, and Apr. 16, 7 - 8:30 p.m. ET. Students may
participate live online or view the sessions at a later time; students are responsible for all material covered. Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first
session. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS 797
Course will be delivered by Web conferencing utilizing Adobe Connect. All students must be present, either in person or online, for the class sessions on Wednesdays, 6 - 9 p.m. ET. USC
Columbia students will be required to attend classes in the Swearingen Engineering Center, Room 2A11; all other students will view classes via the Internet and may call in with questions during
class. Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first class meeting. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
JOUR J715
Course will be delivered by Web conferencing utilizing Adobe Connect. All students must be present, either in person or online, for the class sessions on Thursdays, 7 - 10 p.m. USC Columbia
students will be required to attend classes in the Swearingen Engineering Center, Room 2A11; all other students will view classes via the Internet and may call in with questions during class. Adobe
Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first class meeting. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
JOUR J706
This is an observation-only course that utilizes DVD's supplemented with Blackboard. Students can also access lecture materials at video.sc.edu. See instructor for password information. Highspeed internet access is required for video streaming. Contact Teresa Boyett in the COMD department (803-777-3080) with any questions concerning this course.
COMD J560
This is a DVD course supplemented via Blackboard. Students can also access lecture materials at video.sc.edu. See instructor for password information. High-speed internet access is required
for video streaming.
COMD J526
Course
Spring 2015 USC Courses Offered through Distributed Learning
31 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
G
3
Lev Hrs
Introduction to Research in Library and
Information Science
Course Name
1/12-4/27
Course
Dates
Broadcast
Dates
Arns, Jennifer
Instructor
WEB
Type
Days
/
Time
Begin/End
Est
Enrll
G
3
History of Information Organizations and
Technologies
G
3
School Library Program Development
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
Moorefield-Lang, Heather
Marshall, Jennifer
WEB
WEB
/
/
G
3
Digital Libraries
1/12-4/27
Miller, Karen
Hastings, Samantha
WEB
/
G
3
Public Library Systems
G
3
Academic Libraries
G
3
Cataloging Information Materials
G
3
Government Information Sources
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
Sudduth, William
King, Douglas
Solomon, Paul
Arns, Jennifer
Alston, Jason
WEB
WEB
WEB
WEB
/
/
/
/
Printed by Admin 10/17/2014 2:20:48 PM / Page 2 of 5
Please register for this course no later than ___________________ There will be one optional session at USC Columbia on Saturday, Jan. 24, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET, in Thomas Cooper Library,
Level 5 (Government Information Dept.). There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Wednesdays, 7:15 - 8:45 p.m. ET. Students may participate live online for the sessions or may view
them at a later time. Students are responsible for all material covered. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe
Connect.
SLIS J734
Please register for this course no later than____________________
SLIS J730
Please register for this course by ______________________
SLIS J729
Please register for this course no later than _______________________
SLIS J728
Please register for SLIS J725 no later than ________________ There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Wednesdays, 6 - 7 p.m. ET. Students are responsible for the material covered
and may participate live online or view the sessions at a later time. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session. High-speed Internet access is
required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J725
Students must contact SLIS (800-304-3153), for permission to register for SLIS 720. Please register for this course no later than ________________________.
SLIS J720
Please register for this course no later than ______________
SLIS J710
Please register for this course no later than ___________________ There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Wednesdays, 6 - 7 p.m. ET. Students may participate live online for the
sessions or may view them at a later time. Students are responsible for all material covered. Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first class meeting. Highspeed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J705
Course
Spring 2015 USC Courses Offered through Distributed Learning
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 32
G
3
Lev Hrs
Online Information Services
Course Name
1/12-4/27
Course
Dates
Broadcast
Dates
Freeburg, Darin
Instructor
WEB
Type
Days
/
Time
Begin/End
Est
Enrll
G
3
Curricular Role of the School Librarian
1/12-4/27
Solomon, Gerry
WEB
/
G
3
Health Information Retrieval in Electronic
Environments
1/12-4/27
Tu-Keefner, Feili
WEB
/
G
3
Social Science Information Services
1/12-4/27
Rathbun-Grubb, Susan
WEB
/
G
3
Humanities and Arts Information Services
G
3
Business Information Sources and Services
G
3
Information and Records Management
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
Levey, Michael D.
Kawooya, Dick
Zhang, Yao
Albright, Kendra
Hastings, Samantha
Moore, Porchia
WEB
WEB
WEB
/
/
/
G
3
Libraries, Literacy, and Literature
1/12-4/27
Martin, Michelle
WEB
/
Printed by Admin 10/17/2014 2:20:48 PM / Page 3 of 5
Please register for SLIS J751 no later than ______________________ There will be two optional but highly recommended sessions in Columbia, SC, on Saturdays, Feb. 7 and Apr. 4, 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. ET. The sessions will be held at the Richland County Public Library, 1431 Assembly St., Columbia, SC, 29201, Children's Floor. There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on
Mondays, Jan. 26, Feb. 16, Mar. 16, and Apr. 20, 7:15 - 8:45 p.m. ET. Students will have the option of participating live online or viewing the sessions at a later time; students are responsible for
all material covered. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J751
Please register for this course no later than ________________ There will be online chat sessions via Blackboard. Students may participate live online or at a later time; students will be
responsible for all material covered. Sessions will be from 6 - 7 p.m. ET on the following Mondays: Feb. 2 and 16; Mar. 2, 16, and 30; and Apr. 13 and 27.
SLIS J750
Please register for this course no later than ________________
SLIS J748
Please register for this course no later than _____________________
SLIS J746
Please register for this course no later than _________________ There will be live online sessions via Adobe Connect on Tuesdays, 7 - 8:30 p.m. ET. Students are responsible for material
covered and may participate live online or view the sessions at a later time. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session. High-speed Internet
access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J745
Please register for this course no later than _________________ Students will be required to participate in weekly, live online sessions via Adobe Connect on Tuesdays, 4 - 5:30 p.m. ET. The
Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first class meeting. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J743
Please register for this course no later than _______________. SLIS 742 requires collaboration with a practicing teacher and access to that teacher's school library. Both must be secured before
the semester begins.
SLIS J742
Please register for SLIS J740 no later than___________. There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Mondays, 7:15 - 8:45 p.m. ET. Students have the option of participating live online
or viewing the sessions at a later time; students are responsible for all material covered. Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first class meeting. Highspeed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J740
Course
Spring 2015 USC Courses Offered through Distributed Learning
33 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
G
3
Lev Hrs
Library Programming for Children and Young
Adults
Course Name
1/12-4/27
Course
Dates
Broadcast
Dates
Feehan, Pat
Instructor
WEB
Type
Days
/
Time
Begin/End
Est
Enrll
G
3
Children's Materials
1/12-4/27
Gavigan, Karen
Hartnett, Elizabeth
WEB
/
G
3
Young Adult Materials
G
3
Information Technologies in the School Library
Media Program
1/12-4/27
1/12-4/27
Moorefield-Lang, Heather
Taylor, Martha
Gavigan, Karen
WEB
WEB
/
/
G
3
Management of Public Library Youth Services
1/12-4/27
Feehan, Pat
WEB
/
G
3
Web Technologies for Information Specialists
1/12-4/27
Salter, Jeffrey
WEB
/
Printed by Admin 10/17/2014 2:20:49 PM / Page 4 of 5
Please register for this course no later than ___________________ There will be live online sessions via Adobe Connect on Wednesdays, 4:15 - 5:45 p.m. ET. Students may participate in the
sessions live online or may view them at a later time; students are responsible for all material covered. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the sessions.
High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J776
Please register for this course no later than ___________ There will be one optional session at USC Columbia on Saturday, April 18, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET, in Davis College, Room 216. There will
be live online sessions via Adobe Connect on Tuesdays, Jan. 13, Feb. 17, and Mar. 17, 2 - 3:30 p.m. ET. Students have the option of participating in the sessions live online, attending class in
person, or viewing the sessions at a later time; students are responsible for all material covered. Students may attend class in Wardlaw College, Room 116. For students viewing the class live
online, the Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor prior to the first session; students may call in with questions. Students viewing at a later time may visit the Web site at
video.sc.edu; click on the appropriate college/school and then your class link to view lectures. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J767
Please register for this course no later than _____________________ There will be online sessions via Adobe Connect on Mondays, 6 - 7 p.m. ET. Students may view the class sessions live
online or may view them at a later time; students are responsible for all material covered. The Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor. High-speed Internet access is
required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J761
Please register for this course no later than _________________
SLIS J757
Please register for this course no later than _______________. Students who are not MLIS majors need permission of instructor to enroll. There will be live sessions via Adobe Connect on
Mondays, Jan. 12, Feb. 9, Mar. 16, Apr. 20, 3 - 4 p.m. ET. Students may participate live online for the class sessions or may view them at a later time; students are responsible for all material.
Local students also have the option of attending the classes in Williams-Brice Building, Room 409. Students participating live online may call in with questions. Instructor will post Adobe Connect
URL in Blackboard prior to the first session. Students viewing at a later time may visit the Web site at video.sc.edu; click on the appropriate college/school and then your class link to view lectures.
High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J756
Please register for SLIS J754 no later than _______________ There will be one optional session at USC Columbia on Saturday, April 11, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET, in Davis College, Room 216. There
will be live online sessions via Adobe Connect on Tuesdays: Jan. 13, Feb. 17, and Mar. 17, 4 - 5:30 p.m. ET. Students may be present either in person or online for the live sessions or may view
them at a later time. Students may attend class in Wardlaw College, Room 116. For students viewing the class live online, the Adobe Connect URL will be posted in Blackboard by the instructor
prior to the first session; students may call in with questions. Students viewing at a later time may visit the Web site at video.sc.edu; click on the appropriate college/school and then your class link
to view lectures; students are responsible for all material. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J754
Course
Spring 2015 USC Courses Offered through Distributed Learning
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 34
G
3
Lev Hrs
Design and Management of Digital Image
Collections
Course Name
1/12-4/27
Course
Dates
Broadcast
Dates
Lewis, Elise
Instructor
WEB
Type
Days
/
Time
Begin/End
Est
Enrll
G
3
Information Networks
1/12-4/27
Cunningham, Christopher
Hastings, Samantha
WEB
/
G
3-6 Internship in Library and Information Science
1/12-4/27
Solomon, Gerry
WEB
/
G
3
Learning Assessment Tools for LIS
Professionals
Please register for this course no later than __________________
SLIS J797E
1/12-4/27
Keeling, Sarah
WEB
Printed by Admin 10/17/2014 2:20:49 PM / Page 5 of 5
/
Permission of the school required. S.C. students will be required to attend one session at USC Columbia on Saturday, Jan. 10, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET, in Davis College, Room 216. There will be an
online orientation session for out-of-state students via Adobe Connect prior to the beginning of the semester.
SLIS J794
Please register for this course no later than _________________ There will be asynchronous sessions via Adobe Connect. The links for the sessions and instructions for viewing will be posted in
Blackboard. Students are responsible for all material covered. High-speed Internet access is required for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J780
Please register for this course no later than _____________________ Students will be required to participate in live online sessions via Adobe Connect. Sessions will be held on Tuesdays, Jan.
13 and 27, Feb. 10 and 24, Mar. 17 and 31, and Apr. 14, 7 - 8:30 p.m. ET. Instructor will post Adobe Connect URL in Blackboard prior to the first session. High-speed Internet access is required
for Adobe Connect.
SLIS J777
Course
Spring 2015 USC Courses Offered through Distributed Learning
Endorsed by:
The South Carolina Commission
on Higher Education
Member Institutions:
35 – University Center of Greenville • Greenville.org
Spring 2015 Course Schedule Guide – 36
Greenville.org
225 South Pleasantburg Drive • Greenville, SC 29607-2544
`