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2020 11-Week Spring Graduate Term Schedule - all courses will be online

Posted Fri 04/24/2020 02:16 PM

The schedule is subject to change if enrollments make additions or cancellations of sections necessary.
11-week Spring'20 Graduate Term Priority Registration begins @ 8:30 a.m. Monday, February 10, 2020 in Self-Service

  • Arts & Sciences graduate students at 9:30 am

  • Business graduate students at 8:30 am

  • Engineering graduate students at 9:00 am

  • 11-week Summer'20 Graduate Term Priority Registration begins @ 8:30 a.m. Monday, May 4, 2020 in Self-Service

    11-week Fall'20 Graduate Term Priority Registration begins @ 8:30 a.m. Monday, March 23, 2020 in Self-Service


    Colleague Self-Service
    • Course planning, registration and advising is done in "Colleague Self-Service". Log-in questions should be directed to OIT. For information about registration, students are advised to contact their Dean’s Office.

      For "how to" registration and advising videos, documentation and instruction, visit Registration, wne.edu/fallregistration


    Section numbered:
    • 01 & 02 = Day classes
    • 40 - 49 = Evening classes meeting from 5:00 PM on (includes hybrid courses meeting oncampus + online)
    • 51, 52, 53 & 54 = 100% Online classes

    Withdrawals and Refunds


    Catalogue and course descriptions

    11-week graduate term calendar

    Current students can register, access degree audit and grades @ "Colleague Self-Service" or degree audit @ ASAP's "Audit of Degree Status" @ ASAP

    Bookstore's textbook and course materials


    Use of the Internet and log-in instructions.

    As noted in selected course descriptions, some courses will be taught entirely online. Students may be expected or required to use the Internet and the College's Internet-based course delivery program. Registered students may access the Internet from computers located on the main campus in Springfield or from their own personal computers.

    The comment, "Taught online", means a student does not have to physically attend classes on campus. The course instruction is delivered 100% via the Internet.


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    Graduate Courses

    Accounting

    Accounting: Municipal & Fund Accounting

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 101/HONB 203 or AC 201, or its equivalent.
    AC 611-52           By Arrangement        Books   Corthell, Tara             04/06-06/18
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Accounting: Adv Top in Auditing & Assurance Ser

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 419, or equivalent.
    AC 620-52           By Arrangement        Books   Masiello, Tina             04/06-06/18
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Business

    Business: Strategic Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 630, BUS 610, FIN 630, MAN 610, MK 640, and BIS 620
    BUS 680-44   M      6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Gerard, Joseph G           04/06-06/18
    	Online/Optional in Class
    BUS 680-52 By Arrangement Books Gerard, Joseph G 04/06-06/18 Online w/Kodiak

    Communication

    Communication: Ethics in Public Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing and acceptance to M.A. program.
    COMM 525-51         By Arrangement        Books   Grady, Marie P             04/06-06/18
    	ONLINE WITH KODIAK

    Education

    Education: Multicultural Education

    3 credits
    ED 605-59           By Arrangement        Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       04/06-06/18
    	ONLINE WITH KODIAK

    Education: Integrate Curr Through Child's Lit

    3 credits
    ED 611-59           By Arrangement        Books   Munkatchy, Molly K         04/06-06/18
    	ONLINE WITH KODIAK

    Education: Adolescent Literacy/Young Adult Lit

    3 credits
    ED 616-59           By Arrangement        Books   Oleksak, Linda             04/06-06/18
    	ONLINE WITH KODIAK

    Electrical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering: Antenna Theory & Design

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE-457 or equivalent
    EE 615-44           By Arrangement        Books   Burke, John J              04/06-06/18
    

    Electrical Engineering: Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Only by approval of instructor
    EE 692-51           By Arrangement        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            04/06-06/18
    	ST: Adaptive Digital Signal Processing - This course is an introduction to Adaptive Digital Signal Processing (DSP). It deals with DSP filter structures suited for adaptive systems and algorithms that adapt these systems. Key topics to be covered are as listed below .         Introduction to optimal filter design .         Adaptive DSP filter structures - FIR, Lattice, IIR .         Adaptive algorithms - LMS, NLMS and RLS

    Engineering Management

    Engineering Management: Engr Crisis, Disaster & Risk Mmgt

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing Formerly "Engineering Risk Management"
    EMGT 602-44  Th     6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Salmon, Christian          04/06-06/18
    	online/optional in class

    Engineering Management: Statistical Quality Control

    3 credits, prerequisite: Probability & Statistics background
    EMGT 615-44  W      6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Li, Zhaojun                CLOSED 
    	online/optional in class - offered with IE 691-44

    Engineering Management: Quality Systems/Process Improvement

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing. Cross listed as IE 644
    EMGT 644-44  M      6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Webster, Steven E          04/06-06/18
    	online/optional in class - course offered with IE 644

    Engineering Management: Dissertation Research

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete EMGT 701
    EMGT 772-44         By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          04/06-06/18
    

    Engineering Management: Dissertation Research

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete EMGT 701
    EMGT 773-44         By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          04/06-06/18
    

    Engineering Management: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EMGT 701
    EMGT 774-44         By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          04/06-06/18
    

    English

    English: Fiction Workshop

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formal acceptance into graduate program
    ENGL 550-53         By Arrangement        Books   Bowdan, Janet              04/06-06/18
    	ONLINE  WITH KODIAK

    English: The Craft of Fiction

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formal acceptance into graduate program. The course can and should be repeated with each new residency and with new instructors/mentors who bring a new approach to the craft of fiction to the students.
    ENGL 555-53         By Arrangement        Books   Volk, Jonathan P           04/06-06/18
    	ONLINE  WITH KODIAK

    Finance

    Finance: Managerial Finance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 101/HONB 203, or AC 201; and FIN 214 or equivalent, and Graduate Standing.
    FIN 630-44   W      6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Bosworth, William          04/06-06/18
    	Online/Optional in Class
    FIN 630-51 By Arrangement Books Bosworth, William 04/06-06/18 Online w/Kodiak

    Industrial Engineering

    Industrial Engineering: Reliability

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing
    IE 605-44    Tu     6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Li, Zhaojun                04/06-06/18
    	online/optional in class

    Industrial Engineering: Quality Systems/Process Improvement

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing. Cross listed as EMGT 644. Cannot take IE 644 and EMGT 644 for credit.
    IE 644-44    M      6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Webster, Steven E          04/06-06/18
    	online/optional in class - course offered with EMGT 644 - MSIE students only

    Industrial Engineering: Special Topics Industrial Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing.
    IE 691-44    W      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Li, Zhaojun                04/06-06/18
    	ST:Statistical Quality Control - online/optional in class - Offered with EMGT 615-44 - MSIE students only

    Industrial Engineering: Thesis Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing.
    IE 699-59           By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          04/06-06/18
    

    English for Teachers

    English for Teachers: Lit St: Lit Genres in Amer & Wld Wrt

    3 credits
    MAET 563-44  W      4:00-7:45 pm          Books   Crutchfield, Christy       04/06-06/18
                        By Arrangement                                           
    	Hybrid - taught online/oncampus

    English for Teachers: Capstone Project

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly "Seminar: Issues in the Teaching of English"
    MAET 570-58         By Arrangement        Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         CLOSED 
    MAET 570-59         By Arrangement        Books   Pelletier, Louise M        CLOSED 
    

    English for Teachers: Special Topics in English for Teachers

    3 credits
    MAET 592-43  M      4:00-7:45 pm          Books   Wardrop, Stephanie E       04/06-06/18
                        By Arrangement                                           
    	Hybrid - taught online/oncampus - This course will explore the evolution of gay rights, queer theory, and the broadening of the spectrum of sexualities by examining key texts in psychology, history, literature, and popular culture. We'll discuss approaches to teaching such texts in the classroom and ways to increase inclusivity while respecting individual differences in orientation and belief systems. Texts will include Rubyfruit Jungle, Myra Breckenridge, Angels in America, The Laramie Project, The Dream of a Common Language, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Velvet Goldmine.

    Mathematics for Teachers

    Mathematics for Teachers: Number Theory

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAMT 550, or permission of the department.
    MAMT 554-40  MW     5:00-6:50 pm          Books   Beineke, Jennifer          04/06-06/18
    

    Management

    Management: Organizational Behavior & Theory

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing
    MAN 610-44   Tu     6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Jean-Denis, Howard         CLOSED 
    	Online/Optional in Class
    MAN 610-51 By Arrangement Books Forray, Jeanie M 04/06-06/18 Knott, Melissa J Online w/Kodiak

    Management: Management & Conflict Resolution

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing
    MAN 640-44   Tu     6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Woodside, Thomas J         04/06-06/18
    

    Management: Leading Change

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing, or admission to Leadership Certificate program.
    MAN 642-44   Th     6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Forray, Jeanie M           CLOSED 
    

    Management: Methods of Organizational Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing
    MAN 645-44   W      6:00-9:45 pm          Books   Gerard, Joseph G           04/06-06/18
    

    Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Engineering Project

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EMGT-605 or EMGT-648, and 12 credit hour minimum in the program.
    ME 685-44           By Arrangement        Books   Dini, Said                 CLOSED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Manufacturing Processes or equivalent
    ME 694-51           By Arrangement        Books   Zhao, Jingzhou             04/06-06/18
    	ST:Advanced Manufacturing & Materials Processing - Online w/Kodiak - This course introduces the fundamental principles and recent developments in the fast growing field of advanced manufacturing, which includes Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing, Microfabrication, Additive Manufacturing, Laser materials processing, and Smart manufacturing. Emphasis will be laid on the underlying physics and limitations of existing technologies leading to methodologies for new process and product innovations. Lectures will be complimented with demonstration of lab scale production of multimaterial fibers with applications in electronics, energy and biomedical industries. Each student will submit a design project proposal utilizing the methods and knowledge learned in this course to address an unmet societal need. The methods of assessing students include homework assignments, lab reports, and the final design project.

    Psychology

    Psychology: Behavioral Assessment

    3 credits
    PSY 502-02   W      8:00 am-12:00 pm      Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    PSY 502-40   Tu     5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    PSY 502-41   Th     5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Slaton, Jessica D          04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Theoretical Foundations

    3 credits
    PSY 507-02   W      8:00 am-12:00 pm      Books   Ahearn, William H          04/06-06/18
    PSY 507-40   W      5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Ahearn, William H          04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Ethics & Professional Issues

    3 credits
    PSY 509-02   Tu     8:00 am-12:00 pm      Books   Thompson, Rachel H         04/06-06/18
    PSY 509-40   Tu     5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Karsina, Allen J           04/06-06/18
    PSY 509-41   W      5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Karsina, Allen J           04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Supervised Practicum in ABA

    1 credit
    PSY 521-03          By Arrangement        Books   Thompson, Rachel H         04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Supervised Practicum in ABA

    1 credit
    PSY 525-05          By Arrangement        Books   Thompson, Rachel H         04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Supervised Practicum in ABA

    1 credit
    PSY 528-01          By Arrangement        Books   Ahearn, William H          04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-02          By Arrangement        Books   Bancroft, Stacie L         04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-03          By Arrangement        Books   Bourret, Jason C           04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-04          By Arrangement        Books   Dickson, Chata A           04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Supervised Practicum in ABA

    1 credit
    PSY 528-06          By Arrangement        Books   Johnson, Cammarie          04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-07          By Arrangement        Books   Karsina, Allen J           04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-08          By Arrangement        Books   MacDonald, Rebecca P F     04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-09          By Arrangement        Books   Pinkston, Jonathan W       04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-10          By Arrangement        Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    PSY 528-11          By Arrangement        Books   Sassi, Jessica             04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Thesis Research Continuation

    1 credit, prerequisite: Graduate standing
    PSY 529-01          By Arrangement        Books   Ahearn, William H          04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-02          By Arrangement        Books   Bancroft, Stacie L         04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-03          By Arrangement        Books   Bourret, Jason C           04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-04          By Arrangement        Books   Dickson, Chata A           04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-05          By Arrangement        Books   Johnson, Cammarie          04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-06          By Arrangement        Books   Karsina, Allen J           04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-07          By Arrangement        Books   MacDonald, Rebecca P F     04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-08          By Arrangement        Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    PSY 529-09          By Arrangement        Books   Sassi, Jessica             04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Quantitative Analysis of Behavior

    3 credits
    PSY 640-40   M      5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Bourret, Jason C           04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Early Intensive Behavior Intervent

    3 credits
    PSY 705-41   Th     5:00-9:00 pm          Books   Bancroft, Stacie L         04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Behavior Analysis Practicum

    1 credit
    PSY 803-40          By Arrangement        Books   Thompson, Rachel H         04/06-06/18
    PSY 803-41          By Arrangement        Books   Hanley, Gregory P          04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Behavior Analysis Practicum

    1 credit
    PSY 806-41          By Arrangement        Books   Henley, Amy J              04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Behavior Analysis Practicum

    1 credit
    PSY 809-40          By Arrangement        Books   Thompson, Rachel H         04/06-06/18
    PSY 809-41          By Arrangement        Books   Pinkston, Jonathan W       04/06-06/18
    PSY 809-43          By Arrangement        Books   Hanley, Gregory P          04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 610
    PSY 851-02          By Arrangement        Books   Dickson, Chata A           04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 610
    PSY 851-04          By Arrangement        Books   Henley, Amy J              04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 610
    PSY 851-07          By Arrangement        Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 610
    PSY 853-02          By Arrangement        Books   Dickson, Chata A           04/06-06/18
    PSY 853-03          By Arrangement        Books   Hanley, Gregory P          04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 610
    PSY 853-07          By Arrangement        Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 610
    PSY 856-08          By Arrangement        Books   Thompson, Rachel H         04/06-06/18
    

    Psychology: Dissertation Research Continuance

    1 credit
    PSY 858-01          By Arrangement        Books   Ahearn, William H          04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-02          By Arrangement        Books   Bourret, Jason C           04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-03          By Arrangement        Books   Dickson, Chata A           04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-04          By Arrangement        Books   Hanley, Gregory P          04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-05          By Arrangement        Books   Karsten, Amanda M          04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-06          By Arrangement        Books   MacDonald, Rebecca P F     04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-07          By Arrangement        Books   Roscoe, Eileen M           04/06-06/18
    PSY 858-08          By Arrangement        Books   Sassi, Jessica             04/06-06/18
    

    Sport Management

    Sport Management: Sport Leadership/Maximizing Team

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing Residency required.
    SPMN 631-44  MTuThFSaSu8:00 am-6:00 pm       Books   Klein, Robert              04/06-06/18
                        By Arrangement                                           
    	Required residency May 28 - June 2, 2020 in D319 Remainder of course taught online

    Sport Management: Sport Agency, Player Personnel Eval

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing Residency required.
    SPMN 634-44  MTuThFSaSu8:00 am-6:00 pm       Books   Masteralexis, James T      04/06-06/18
                        By Arrangement                                           
    	Required residency May 28 - June 2, 2020 CSP305 Remainder of course taught online

    Sport Management: Resource Dev for Sport/Athletic Org

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing Residency required.
    SPMN 635-44  MTuThFSaSu8:00 am-6:00 pm       Books   Walker, Sharianne          CLOSED 
                        By Arrangement                                           CLOSED 
    	Required residency May 28 - June 2, 2020 CPS 306 Remainder of course taught online


    2020 11-Week Spring Graduate Term Schedule - all courses will be online posted Fri 04/24/2020 02:16 PM by Linda Chojnicki,
    Western New England University's Academic Schedule Controller.