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ART 104-701 2325 Art Appreciation (Online) - Olszewski, Pamela J.
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Wide-ranging introduction to the visual arts that focuses primarily on the art and architecture of Western Civilization. Topics include art theory, visual perception, subject matter and content, art-making media and techniques, the creative process and the relation of art to its historical and cultural context. Does not count toward the art B.F.A., art minor or art history minor degree requirements. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC.

Olszewski, Pamela J.
pjolszewski@salisbury.edu
ART 104-704 2482 Art Appreciation (Online) - Olszewski, Pamela J.
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Wide-ranging introduction to the visual arts that focuses primarily on the art and architecture of Western Civilization. Topics include art theory, visual perception, subject matter and content, art-making media and techniques, the creative process and the relation of art to its historical and cultural context. Does not count toward the art B.F.A., art minor or art history minor degree requirements. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC.

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Olszewski, Pamela J.
pjolszewski@salisbury.edu
ATTR 479-701 1003 Athletic Training Practicum (Online) - Madden, Meredith J
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Designed as a culminating experience to prepare students as professionals in the filed of athletic training. Students select a clinical site, other than Salisbury University, and are exposed to alternate clinical practice and philosophies of athletic training services. Exposure assists students in developing their own ideals in the field of athletic training. Prerequisite: Completion of all Athletic Training major requirements. (P/F)

PREREQUISITE: COMPLETION OF ALL ATHLETIC TRAINING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS. (P/F)

Madden, Meredith J
mjmadden@salisbury.edu
BIOL 115-610 2368 Biol, Chem & Clin Lab Safety (Hybrid) - Davis-Hayes, Diane L
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Review of laboratory safety. Summary of government laws and regulatory bodies and their effect on lab policy. Illustrations of proper procedures for laboratory hazards. Topics include chemicals, infectious microbes, animals, fire, electrical equipment, radiation, glassware and compressed gases. Training in the use of safety equipment and protective clothing and general first aid. Students may not receive credit for both BIOL 115 and MDTC 101. One hour per week.

This is an hybrid section. Students are expected to be on campus for face to face exams while the remainder component is online.

Davis-Hayes, Diane L
dldavis@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-601 1992 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - Morrison, Robert L
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

Note: BUAD 300-601 and MGMT 320-001 must be included in the same enrollment transaction. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies. Class session will take place during MGMT 320 - TBA.

Morrison, Robert L
rlmorrison@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-602 1999 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - McDermott, Edward Patrick
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

Note: BUAD 300-602 and MGMT 320-002 must be included in the same enrollment transaction. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies.Class session will take place during MGMT 320 - TBA

McDermott, Edward Patrick
epmcdermott@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-603 2000 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - McDermott, Edward Patrick
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

Note: BUAD 300-603 and MGMT 320-003 must be included in the same enrollment transaction. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies. Class session will take place during MGMT 320 - TBA

McDermott, Edward Patrick
epmcdermott@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-604 2001 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - Brown Jr, Marvin O.
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

Note: BUAD 300-604 and MGMT 320-004 must be included in the same enrollment transaction. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies.

Brown Jr, Marvin O.
mobrown@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-605 2002 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - Decker, Wayne H.
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

Note: BUAD 300-605 and MGMT 320-005 must be included in the same enrollment transaction. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies. Class session will take place during MGMT 320 - TBA

Decker, Wayne H.
whdecker@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-657 2220 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - Decker, Wayne H.
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

BUAD 300-657 – is for PSB majors who (1) have previously taken MGMT 320 but not BUAD 300; (2) are repeating BUAD 300; and (3) are enrolling in MGMT 320 for Winter term. Students who do not meet this criteria should not register for it. If so, they will be removed. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies. Class session takes place on Friday.

Decker, Wayne H.
whdecker@salisbury.edu
BUAD 300-658 2250 Pers & Prof Dev For Business (Hybrid) - Decker, Wayne H.
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Introduces the skills, abilities and knowledge related to functioning in a professional business environment. Focus on developing those skills considered important by employers as well as familiarizing students with the ABLE graduation requirement. Sessions vary in duration, depending on the activities involved, which are subject to change. Writing assignments and mandatory attendance at events. Prerequisites: Business major and admitted to the Professional Program. Corequisite: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student participates in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week vary. (P/F)

BUAD 300-658 – is for PSB majors who (1) have previously taken MGMT 320 but not BUAD 300; (2) are repeating BUAD 300; and (3) are enrolling in MGMT 320 for Winter term. Students who do not meet this criteria should not register for it. If so, they will be removed. Prereq: Business major and admitted to the professional program. Coreq: MGMT 320 (if MGMT 320 is taken in summer or winter, student will participate in BUAD 300 the following semester). Hours per week varies. Class session takes place on Friday.

Decker, Wayne H.
whdecker@salisbury.edu
BUAD 490-701 1918 Business Internship (Online) - Darnell, Lynnette
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Intern experience in business or government. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management, Marketing or International Business major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements; admission to Professional Program; successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Prereq: Junior status; Management, Marketing or International Business major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements; admission to Professional Program; successful completion of BUAD 300.

Darnell, Lynnette
lxdarnell@salisbury.edu
BUAD 695-601 1995 Project Consulting (Hybrid) - Adams, Stephen B.
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Apply the principles and techniques learned in the M.B.A. curriculum to real business problems faced by organizations. Teams work with either client organizations or business cases on a business challenge or opportunity. Apply learned technical and functional expertise to solving real-world problems while developing critical competencies in leadership skills such as team dynamics – either virtual or physical, problem solving and critical thinking. Prerequisites: Admission to the M.B.A. program. Course must be completed in the final two mini-semesters of the student’s M.B.A. degree program requirements. One hour per week.

Prereqs: Admission to the M.B.A. program. Course must be completed in the final two semesters of the student’s M.B.A. degree program requirements.

Adams, Stephen B.
sbadams@salisbury.edu
BUAD 695-701 3178 Project Consulting (Online) - Adams, Stephen B.
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Apply the principles and techniques learned in the M.B.A. curriculum to real business problems faced by organizations. Teams work with either client organizations or business cases on a business challenge or opportunity. Apply learned technical and functional expertise to solving real-world problems while developing critical competencies in leadership skills such as team dynamics – either virtual or physical, problem solving and critical thinking. Prerequisites: Admission to the M.B.A. program. Course must be completed in the final two mini-semesters of the student’s M.B.A. degree program requirements. One hour per week.

Prereqs: Admission to the M.B.A. program. Course must be completed in the final two semesters of the student’s M.B.A. degree program requirements.

Adams, Stephen B.
sbadams@salisbury.edu
CADR 640-701 1501 Field Practicum I (Online) - Polkinghorn, Brian D.
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An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.

Polkinghorn, Brian D.
bdpolkinghorn@salisbury.edu
CADR 641-701 1502 Field Practicum Ii (Online) - Polkinghorn, Brian D.
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An advanced self-guided practicum. Students may continue their practicum experience in CADR 640 or create a new practicum experience with faculty approval. The course will require an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final product. Prerequisite: CADR 640. Five-six hours per week.

Polkinghorn, Brian D.
bdpolkinghorn@salisbury.edu
CADR 650-701 3889 Research Thesis Project (Online) - Polkinghorn, Brian D.
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A seminar that assists with the thesis process which leads to a project of publishable quality. Opportunities for peer review and establishing incremental goals are available in this course. Students wishing to conduct a thesis must make this known in their first year of study and must complete and publicly present their thesis prior to the end of their final semester. Prerequisite: CADR 550 and permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Polkinghorn, Brian D.
bdpolkinghorn@salisbury.edu
CADR 651-701 1503 Professional Development (Online) - Polkinghorn, Brian D.
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A seminar that helps execute a professional development project. Opportunities for peer review and establishing incremental goals are available in this course. Students wishing to execute a professional development project must make this known in their first year of study and must complete and publicly present their project prior to the end of their final semester. Prerequisite: CADR 610 and permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Polkinghorn, Brian D.
bdpolkinghorn@salisbury.edu
DANC 150-601 2684 Yoga (Hybrid) - Hutchinson, Victoria V.
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Study and practice of yoga. Focuses on sequences for strength, flexibility and balance and techniques for breath awareness, meditation and relaxation. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB). Note: hybrid course.

Hutchinson, Victoria V.
vvhutchinson@salisbury.edu
DANC 150-602 2685 Yoga (Hybrid) - Hutchinson, Victoria V.
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Study and practice of yoga. Focuses on sequences for strength, flexibility and balance and techniques for breath awareness, meditation and relaxation. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB). Note: hybrid course.

Hutchinson, Victoria V.
vvhutchinson@salisbury.edu
ECON 212-610 2746 Macro-economic Principles (Hybrid) - Chambers, Dustin L.
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Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC

Chambers, Dustin L.
dlchambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 212-701 2745 Macro-economic Principles (Online) - Chambers, Dustin L.
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Explores forces behind business consumer purchases, capital spending and the balance of payments and their relationship to unemployment, inflation and the value of the dollar abroad. Also examines the effect of government spending, taxation and money supply policies on the economy's performance. Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).

Prerequisite: ECON 211. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC

Chambers, Dustin L.
dlchambers@salisbury.edu
ECON 490-701 3193 Economics Internship (Online) - O'Donnell, James Joseph
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Intern experience in economics. Prerequisites: Business economics major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE Office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

O'Donnell, James Joseph
jjodonnell@salisbury.edu
EDCI 700-610 2659 Foundations Of Research (Hybrid) - Finch, Maida A
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Provides the foundation for the research strand of the Ed.D. program. Includes an overview of quantitative and qualitative research design. Addresses basic concepts in measurement and qualitative analyses. Develops strategies for searching, understanding and applying research literature. Explores perspectives on research, its forms in various contexts, and how it contributes to knowledge and improved practice. Examines institutional requirements for conducting research. Prerequisite: Admission to Ed.D. program. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with an online component. Classes will meet in the Doctoral Seminar Room (TE 379A) on scheduled face-to-fact meeting dates (TBD).

Finch, Maida A
mafinch@salisbury.edu
EDCI 702-610 3302 Strategies For Inquiry I (Hybrid) - Finch, Maida A
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Prepares doctoral students to interpret, evaluate and design quantitative research. Explores major concepts and practices of quantitative research methodology, data collection, analysis and research design. Emphasizes the application of appropriate statistical concepts to practical questions in education policy and evaluation. Includes hands-on exploration of experimental and quasi-experimental design, data collection and analysis procedures, validity, generalizability, and ethics. Prerequisite: EDCI 700. three hours per week.

Finch, Maida A
mafinch@salisbury.edu
EDCI 704-610 2660 Strategies For Inquiry Ii (Hybrid) - Franzak, Judith K
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Prepares doctoral students to interpret, evaluate and design qualitative and mixed-methods research. Enhances the ability to select and use appropriate research methods. Examines major concepts and practices of qualitative research methodology, focusing primarily on interpretive and critical theoretical approaches. Includes hands-on exploration of qualitative study design, data collection and analysis procedures, validity, generalizability, and ethics. Prerequisite: EDCI 702. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with an online component. Classes will meet in the Doctoral Seminar Room (TE 379A) on scheduled face-to-fact meeting dates (TBD).

Franzak, Judith K
jkfranzak@salisbury.edu
EDCI 728-610 3300 Undrstnd Instrct & Assess (Hybrid) - Kim, Koomi J
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Explores foundational psychological concepts through current research on teaching practices. Examines the intersection of neuroscience and educational practices. Investigates contrasting theories of learning and their utility for explaining and addressing educational problems. Provides advanced study of assessment for the reflective practitioner to collect, critique and utilize a broad range of assessment data to improve instruction and learning. Builds understandings of the diverse types of assessment data that can inform and support differentiated learning. Develops critical reflection on potential biases and benefits of various assessment tools and how those tools can be best used to make effective instructional decisions. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, EDCI 700. Three hours per week.

Kim, Koomi J
kjkim@salisbury.edu
EDCI 740-610 2466 Oral Discourse, Cogn & Div (Hybrid) - Stutelberg, Erin B
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Examines cultural/social, historical, theoretical and cognitive perspectives on oral language use in societies. Investigates how oral discourse patterns in cultures/homes and in schools shape cognition and ways of communicating and understanding. Develops knowledge of the ways diverse oral discourse patterns and cognitive structures improve all students’ literacy and learning when adaptations are made in classrooms. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, EDCI 700. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with an online component. Classes will meet in the Doctoral Seminar Room (TE 379A) on scheduled face-to-fact meeting dates (TBD).

Stutelberg, Erin B
ebstutelberg@salisbury.edu
EDCI 801-610 3299 Research Seminar Ii: Pilot Prj (Hybrid) - Kim, Koomi J
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Guided research seminar for completion of a comprehensive literature review that will lead to a pilot project and dissertation proposal. Established as a Literacy Scholar Community (LSC) in which students are mentored in authentic research and academic writing discourses as they explore a significant literacy issue from their community of practice. Prerequisites: Admission to Ed.D. program, permission of Ed.D. director, EDCI 801.

Kim, Koomi J
kjkim@salisbury.edu
EDLD 510-610 3542 Ed Leadrshp & Technlgy (Hybrid) - Cook, Brian Joseph
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Enables school administrators to utilize technology to increase student achievement, as well as to understand the effective use of educational technology in the classroom. Students investigate the issues that surround the use of technology in an educational setting, as well as develop the skills and understandings needed to meet the national Technology Standards for Administrators. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills (file managment, word processing, e-mail, internet searches). Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course. Dates for face-to-face meetings will be held on January 30, February 20 and March 13, 2017. SU main campus students should register for this section.

Cook, Brian Joseph
bjcook@salisbury.edu
EDLD 510-650 3543 Ed Leadrshp & Technlgy (Hybrid) - Cook, Brian Joseph
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Enables school administrators to utilize technology to increase student achievement, as well as to understand the effective use of educational technology in the classroom. Students investigate the issues that surround the use of technology in an educational setting, as well as develop the skills and understandings needed to meet the national Technology Standards for Administrators. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills (file managment, word processing, e-mail, internet searches). Three hours per week.

This section for SU students attending at the Chesapeake College location ONLY. This is a hybrid course. Face-to-face meetings will be held on January 30, February 20 and March 13, 2017. ESHEC room # HEC 212.

Cook, Brian Joseph
bjcook@salisbury.edu
EDLD 514-701 3544 Align Curr, Instr & Assessmnt (Online) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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equips candidates with skills to become educational leaders who have the knowledge and ability to promote the success of all students by providing an effective instructional program, monitoring the alignment of curriculum, instruction and assessment and applying best practices to student learning. Three hours per week.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDLD 656-610 1079 Edld Intrnshp/issues Analysis (Hybrid) - DeWitt, Douglas M.
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Provides significant opportunities for candidates to synthesize and apply the knowledge and practice of effective school leaders in educational settings. Each candidate selects an issue to analyze and develops appropriate strategies throughout the internship to improve student learning. Must be taken two successive semesters to successfully complete internship requirements. Repeatable for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisites: Completion of all courses in the M.Ed. in School Administration and Supervision Program sequence or by permission of the instructor. Nine hours internship per week.

DeWitt, Douglas M.
dmdewitt@salisbury.edu
EDLD 656-611 2654 Edld Intrnshp/issues Analysis (Hybrid) - Andes, Jon M
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Provides significant opportunities for candidates to synthesize and apply the knowledge and practice of effective school leaders in educational settings. Each candidate selects an issue to analyze and develops appropriate strategies throughout the internship to improve student learning. Must be taken two successive semesters to successfully complete internship requirements. Repeatable for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisites: Completion of all courses in the M.Ed. in School Administration and Supervision Program sequence or by permission of the instructor. Nine hours internship per week.

Andes, Jon M
jmandes@salisbury.edu
EDLD 656-650 2655 Edld Intrnshp/issues Analysis (Hybrid) - Mills, Tyrone Ellsworth
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Provides significant opportunities for candidates to synthesize and apply the knowledge and practice of effective school leaders in educational settings. Each candidate selects an issue to analyze and develops appropriate strategies throughout the internship to improve student learning. Must be taken two successive semesters to successfully complete internship requirements. Repeatable for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisites: Completion of all courses in the M.Ed. in School Administration and Supervision Program sequence or by permission of the instructor. Nine hours internship per week.

Mills, Tyrone Ellsworth
temills@salisbury.edu
EDUC 470-701 1158 Practicum In Ms Science Edu (Online) - Johnson, Kenneth Albert
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Provides theoretical background and practical experience with current trends and issues in middle school science education. Consists of a distributed practicum in which candidates take part in a series of encounters in middle school classrooms, schools and/or afterschool programs requiring at least three hours per week in field placements. Not all of those encounters are necessarily in the same placement, but all are under the mentorship of a middle school science teacher. In conjunction with the practical encounters, candidates read appropriate background literature relating to middle school science instruction and complete assignments that combine ideas from reflections from their practical experiences, readings and additional resources located by the candidate. Additional 1.5 hours per week meeting with the instructor may be scheduled as needed. Prerequisites: EDUC 210, EDUC 304, ELED 312; 15 credits of science from at least three science department prefixes, and junior standing; admission into the Professional Teacher Education Program (PTEP) or permission of the instructor. Candidates not accepted into the PTEP have to demonstrate readiness to work directly with middle school candidates in terms of knowledge, skills and dispositions, and may have to meet other requirements imposed by the school system for individuals working with children in the school. Three hours per week.

Johnson, Kenneth Albert
kajohnson@salisbury.edu
EDUC 502-610 1004 Introduction To Research (Hybrid) - Pope IV, Alexander
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Introduction to quantitative and qualitative methods of scientific inquiry. Gain experience in the use, interpretation and application of research to solve organizational and instructional problems. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate study. Three hours per week.

This hybrid course has scheduled on-campus meeting dates to be determined during the first class session. Weekly assignments and group activities are conducted via MyClasses. This is a core course in the M.Ed. Program and for M.Ed. admitted students. Others, please contact department for consent to enroll.

Pope IV, Alexander
axpope@salisbury.edu
EDUC 504-610 1006 Diversity In A Democracy (Hybrid) - Andes, Jon M
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Examination of contemporary cultural diversity within the United States educational environments. Special attention given to cultural problems and issues that influence opportunities and performance in educational institutions. Human relations skills considered for improving success within culturally diverse populations. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate study. Three hours per week.

This hybrid course has scheduled on-campus meeting dates TBA. Weekly assignments and group activities are conducted via MyClasses.

Andes, Jon M
jmandes@salisbury.edu
EDUC 545-701 2022 Lrn, Instr & Asmt In The Sch (Online) - Beegle, Gwen P.
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Identification of classroom problems and issues related to and involving instruction, learning and student assessment; the development and application of strategies to aid in resolving issues and solving problems; the coordination of student characteristics and environmental factors to improve the quality of learning experiences in the schools; and the exploration of the relationship between assessment and instruction. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisite: Admission to graduate studies. Three hours per week.

Beegle, Gwen P.
gpbeegle@salisbury.edu
EDUC 561-610 2794 Sem: Iss & Tr In Post-sec Edu (Hybrid) - Wagner, Diana Mae
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Opportunities for research-based examination of selected current issues in postsecondary education and for students to share the efforts of their investigations on topics of interests. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with scheduled face-to-face meeting dates TBD.

Wagner, Diana Mae
dmwagner@salisbury.edu
EDUC 563-610 2656 Teaching Adults (Hybrid) - Porter, Heather D
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For students in the post-secondary education track of the M.Ed. and those in other fields seeking information and contemporary methods of effective adult instruction. Assumes no prior knowledge or experience about instructional methods, theories or practices. Three hours per week.

This is hybrid course with scheduled face-to-face meeting dates on February 1, 15; March 1, 15; April 5 and May 10, 2017.

Porter, Heather D
hdporter@salisbury.edu
EDUC 570-701 2657 Currnt Issues In Educ Tech (Online) - Royer, Regina D.
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Examines selected current issues in educational technology. Focuses on on the impact of technology on schools and a global society, safety issues, the digital divide and the impact of distance learning. Introduces a framework for teacher knowledge for technology integration. Research topics and prepare multimedia presentations. Must be taken within the first 12 hours of M.Ed. program. Prerequisites: Admission to graduate study and basic computer skills (file management, word processing, Web-based communication and researching skills). Three hours per week.

Royer, Regina D.
rdroyer@salisbury.edu
EDUC 619-610 1007 The Law & Public Education (Hybrid) - Andes, Jon M
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Study of school law which affects the teacher and the public school. Nature and scope of school law considered as generally applied to the purpose and functions of the school system. Prerequisites: EDUC 502 and any two EDUC 500-level courses. Three hours per week.

Graduate Credit Only. This is a hybrid course with face-to-face meetings scheduled for January 30, February 20 and March 13, 2017.

Andes, Jon M
jmandes@salisbury.edu
EDUC 619-650 3907 The Law & Public Education (Hybrid) - Sutton, Sherry R
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Study of school law which affects the teacher and the public school. Nature and scope of school law considered as generally applied to the purpose and functions of the school system. Prerequisites: EDUC 502 and any two EDUC 500-level courses. Three hours per week.

This section is for students attending class at Chesapeake Higher Education Center. Face-to-face meeting dates February 6, 13, 27, March 6, 27, April 10, 17, 24 and May 8, 2017 - Classroom HEC 116

Sutton, Sherry R
srsutton@salisbury.edu
EDUC 695-610 2599 Research Seminar (Hybrid) - Wagner, Diana Mae
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Capstone experience for students in the M.Ed. program. Students utilize research skills in completing a project based on a topic related to their concentration. Project must be presented to a professional audience. Students also reflect on how the M.Ed. program has made a difference in their professional lives. Prerequisite: EDUC 502, 24 hours of M.Ed. graduate credit.

Graduate Credit Only. Prerequisite: EDUC 502 or REED 500, 24 hours of M.Ed. graduate credit.

Wagner, Diana Mae
dmwagner@salisbury.edu
EDUC 695-611 1008 Research Seminar (Hybrid) - Kyriacopoulos, Konstantine A
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Capstone experience for students in the M.Ed. program. Students utilize research skills in completing a project based on a topic related to their concentration. Project must be presented to a professional audience. Students also reflect on how the M.Ed. program has made a difference in their professional lives. Prerequisite: EDUC 502, 24 hours of M.Ed. graduate credit.

Graduate Credit Only. Prerequisite: EDUC 502 or REED 500, 24 hours of M.Ed. graduate credit.

Kyriacopoulos, Konstantine A
kakyriacopoulos@salisbury.edu
ELED 202-601 3235 Technology In Education (Hybrid) - Sessoms, Diallo D.
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Emphasizes the role of technology for teaching and learning in pre-K-6 classrooms. Provides experiences with computer-based and mobile applications. Explores traditional and emerging technologies that enhance the learning experience for students, including digital images, video, Internet and interactive technologies as a means of developing meaningful learning experiences. Addresses Maryland state technology standards for teachers as well as national technology standards for teachers and students. Includes clinical experiences. Prerequisites: Declared elementary education, early childhood or double major. Must be taken during semester prior to applying to the Professional Teacher Education Program. Early Childhood and Double Major Corequisite: ECED 251. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Sessoms, Diallo D.
ddsessoms@salisbury.edu
ELED 202-701 3237 Technology In Education (Online) - Sessoms, Diallo D.
[+]
Emphasizes the role of technology for teaching and learning in pre-K-6 classrooms. Provides experiences with computer-based and mobile applications. Explores traditional and emerging technologies that enhance the learning experience for students, including digital images, video, Internet and interactive technologies as a means of developing meaningful learning experiences. Addresses Maryland state technology standards for teachers as well as national technology standards for teachers and students. Includes clinical experiences. Prerequisites: Declared elementary education, early childhood or double major. Must be taken during semester prior to applying to the Professional Teacher Education Program. Early Childhood and Double Major Corequisite: ECED 251. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Sessoms, Diallo D.
ddsessoms@salisbury.edu
ELED 202-702 3236 Technology In Education (Online) - Sessoms, Diallo D.
[+]
Emphasizes the role of technology for teaching and learning in pre-K-6 classrooms. Provides experiences with computer-based and mobile applications. Explores traditional and emerging technologies that enhance the learning experience for students, including digital images, video, Internet and interactive technologies as a means of developing meaningful learning experiences. Addresses Maryland state technology standards for teachers as well as national technology standards for teachers and students. Includes clinical experiences. Prerequisites: Declared elementary education, early childhood or double major. Must be taken during semester prior to applying to the Professional Teacher Education Program. Early Childhood and Double Major Corequisite: ECED 251. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Sessoms, Diallo D.
ddsessoms@salisbury.edu
ELED 390-601 2255 Studies In Elementary Educ (Hybrid) - Pennerman, Althea J.
[+]
Focused study of a particular topic, trend and/or issue relevant to elementary education. May be taken twice under different course titles. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Meets in TE353C

Pennerman, Althea J.
ajpennerman@salisbury.edu
ELED 390-701 2564 Studies In Elementary Educ (Online) - Chen, Chin-Hsiu
[+]
Focused study of a particular topic, trend and/or issue relevant to elementary education. May be taken twice under different course titles. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Chen, Chin-Hsiu
cxchen@salisbury.edu
ELED 398-601 3272 Diversity And The Family (Hybrid) - Burgess, Claudia R.
[+]
Reviews theories and aspects of cultural competence most relevant to teaching in diverse classrooms. Explores the ideals of freedom, democracy, justice, equality, equity and human dignity from the perspective of the family. Provides experiences that heighten candidates’ diversity awareness and sensitivity. Examines different beliefs, attitudes, values and practices that foster cultural and linguistic competence at the family level. The instructor may use different medium to study the topic. One hour per week.

Burgess, Claudia R.
crburgess@salisbury.edu
EMAT 502-610 1016 Fnd Of Ed In A Div & Dem Soc (Hybrid) - Malone, Ruth Frances
[+]
A comprehensive overview of the foundation of education in a diverse and democratic society. It is an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating the social, philosophical, economic, political, historical and curricular foundations to provide a clear understanding of the teaching profession. Special attention given to cultural problems and issues that influence opportunities and performance in educational institutions, including controversies confronting American education today. Field experiences are required. Prerequisite: Admission to M.A.T. program. Three hours per week.

Graduate Credit Only. Admission to MAT required. This is a hybrid course with schedule on-campus meeting dates TBD.

Malone, Ruth Frances
rfmalone@salisbury.edu
EMAT 511-601 1080 Mat Internship Seminar (Hybrid) - Vadella, Amy Denise
[+]
Forum for discussing problems encountered during the internship. Colloquium for developing strategies to resolve these problems. Prerequisites: Completion of all coursework in M.A.T. sequence prior to the internship; passing score on the PRAXIS and passing grade on the M.A.T. joint comprehensive examination. Co-requisites: EMAT 507 and 509. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with scheduled meeting dates TBD.

Vadella, Amy Denise
adgallagher@salisbury.edu
EMAT 538-610 1154 Technology In Education (Hybrid) - Royer, Regina D.
[+]
Examines educational technology and its current and potential impact on schools. Provides an introduction to the role of technology in the teaching and learning process as well as how the use of technology can enhance teacher productivity and professional development. Examines current issues in the use of educational technology, the impact of technology on society, and techniques for integrating technology in the classroom. Examines Internet, audio, video, and graphic technologies, as well as tools for collecting and analyzing student data. Prerequisite: Admission to M.A.T. program. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course with an online component. Meeting dates to be determined.

Royer, Regina D.
rdroyer@salisbury.edu
EMAT 538-701 3990 Technology In Education (Online) - Groth, Randall E.
[+]
Examines educational technology and its current and potential impact on schools. Provides an introduction to the role of technology in the teaching and learning process as well as how the use of technology can enhance teacher productivity and professional development. Examines current issues in the use of educational technology, the impact of technology on society, and techniques for integrating technology in the classroom. Examines Internet, audio, video, and graphic technologies, as well as tools for collecting and analyzing student data. Prerequisite: Admission to M.A.T. program. Three hours per week.

Groth, Randall E.
regroth@salisbury.edu
ENGL 240-790 3959 Intro To The Study Of Lang (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
Study of the ways language works and an introduction to the scientific study of language and linguistics. Presupposes no formal study or knowledge of language. Cannot receive credit for both ENGL 110 and ENGL 240. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 102 or 103. Three hours per week with enhancement.

UMUC SCED 7W1 1/9/2017 - 3/5/2017

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
ENGL 439-701 2315 Second Lang Acquisition (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
Introduction to second language acquisition (SLA) theory and the application of SLA theory to second/foreign language teaching practices. Explores what it means to know a language and, hence, how one learns a second language. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 103. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
ENGL 465-790 3881 Composition Theory (Online) - Marquez, Loren L.
[+]
Explores current theories and research on writing process and product. Topics include: definitions of writing; rhetorical contexts; heuristics for pre-writing, writing and rewriting; questions of arrangement, style, grammar, mechanics and assessment. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 103. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Marquez, Loren L.
llmarquez@salisbury.edu
ENGL 491-701 3522 Topics In Ling & Lang Learn (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
An examination of selected topics of linguistics as they relate directly to first and second language learning. The course may focus in different semesters on such topics as phonology and language learning, syntactic theory and language learning, or discourse and language learning. This course may be repeated once under different course subtitles recorded with the registrar. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 102 or 103. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
ENGL 528-700 2999 Esol Tests & Measurements (Online) - Hoffman, Robert
[+]
Introduces students to present-day language theory and practice. Objectives are not only to increase students’ skills in writing classroom language tests and assessing standardized instruments, but also to improve their ability to evaluate language research in which testing plays a part. Prerequisite: ENGL 532 or ENGL 534 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

Must be selected by TARGET Selection Board to enroll in this course.

Hoffman, Robert
rxhoffman@salisbury.edu
ENGL 539-701 2226 Second Lang Acquisition (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
An introduction to second language acquisition (SLA) theory and application of SLA theory to second/foreign language teaching practices. Explores what it means to know a language and, hence, how one learns a second language. This is an introductory course intended for graduate credit only. Three hours per week.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
ENGL 539-702 2983 Second Lang Acquisition (Online) - Instructor TBD [+]
An introduction to second language acquisition (SLA) theory and application of SLA theory to second/foreign language teaching practices. Explores what it means to know a language and, hence, how one learns a second language. This is an introductory course intended for graduate credit only. Three hours per week.

Must be selected by TARGET Selection Board to enroll in this course.

Instructor TBD
ENGL 591-702 3523 Topics In Ling & Lang Learn (Online) - Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
[+]
An examination of selected topics of linguistics as they relate directly to first and second language learning. The course may focus in different semesters on such topics as phonology and language learning, syntactic theory and language learning, or discourse and language learning. This course may be repeated once under different course subtitles recorded with the registrar. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Three hours lecture per week.

Kulavuz-Onal, Derya
dxkulavuz-onal@salisbury.edu
EXSC 480-701 2142 Exercise Science Seminar (Online) - Mazzetti, Scott A.
[+]
Review of the American College of Sports Medicine’s knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) for a Health-Fitness Specialist (HFS). Exercise science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. Prepares students for the American College of Sports Medicine’s HFS examination. Prerequisites: EXSC 333, 344 and must have at least 100 credits. Two hours per week.

Prerequisite: EXSC 462 and EXSC 472. Exercise Science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. (P/F). Two hours per week.

Mazzetti, Scott A.
samazzetti@salisbury.edu
EXSC 480-702 2391 Exercise Science Seminar (Online) - Fedorko, Brent F
[+]
Review of the American College of Sports Medicine’s knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) for a Health-Fitness Specialist (HFS). Exercise science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. Prepares students for the American College of Sports Medicine’s HFS examination. Prerequisites: EXSC 333, 344 and must have at least 100 credits. Two hours per week.

Prerequisite: EXSC 462 and EXSC 472. Exercise Science majors must pass a national credentialing exam in the health-fitness field. (P/F). Two hours per week.

Fedorko, Brent F
bffedorko@salisbury.edu
FINA 311-610 1981 Financial Management (Hybrid) - Arvi, Leonard
[+]
Addresses fundamental concepts in financial management such as security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, valuation models and related global issues. Explains how financial managers help maximize the value of a firm by making capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: Majors: Admission to the professional program, C or better in ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, C or better in ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Three hours per week.

Prereq: Majors: Admission to the professional program, ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Microsoft Excel is extensively used in this section. It is strongly recommended you have a laptop computer to bring to class.

Arvi, Leonard
lxarvi@salisbury.edu
FINA 311-611 3218 Financial Management (Hybrid) - Khazeh, Khashayar
[+]
Addresses fundamental concepts in financial management such as security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, valuation models and related global issues. Explains how financial managers help maximize the value of a firm by making capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: Majors: Admission to the professional program, C or better in ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, C or better in ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Three hours per week.

Khazeh, Khashayar
kxkhazeh@salisbury.edu
FINA 311-614 3221 Financial Management (Hybrid) - Manakyan, Herman
[+]
Addresses fundamental concepts in financial management such as security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, valuation models and related global issues. Explains how financial managers help maximize the value of a firm by making capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: Majors: Admission to the professional program, C or better in ECON 211, 212. Minors or others: junior status, C or better in ACCT 201, MATH 155, ECON 150 or 211. Three hours per week.

This class has a Supplemental Instruction class which is assigned to this class. The Supplemental Instruction section meets on Thursdays at the same time as FINA 311-614 in PH 350.

Manakyan, Herman
hxmanakyan@salisbury.edu
FINA 442-610 1925 Financial Derivatives (Hybrid) - Arvi, Leonard
[+]
Advanced study of security markets and investment alternatives. Topics include options, futures, advanced security analysis, portfolio theory, portfolio management and international dimensions of investing. Prerequisite: C or better in FINA 441. Three hours per week.

Prereq: FINA 441 with C or better.

Arvi, Leonard
lxarvi@salisbury.edu
FINA 442-611 2721 Financial Derivatives (Hybrid) - Arvi, Leonard
[+]
Advanced study of security markets and investment alternatives. Topics include options, futures, advanced security analysis, portfolio theory, portfolio management and international dimensions of investing. Prerequisite: C or better in FINA 441. Three hours per week.

Prereq: FINA 441 with C or better.

Arvi, Leonard
lxarvi@salisbury.edu
FINA 447-610 2284 International Financ Manag (Hybrid) - Khazeh, Khashayar
[+]
Analysis of the foreign exchange markets, exchange rate behavior and risk management, international trade financing, country risk analysis, international banking and the role of direct foreign investment. Prerequisite: B or better in FINA 311. Three hours per week.

Prereq: FINA 311 with grade of B or better. This is a hybrid section with scheduled on-campus meetings.

Khazeh, Khashayar
kxkhazeh@salisbury.edu
FINA 447-611 1926 International Financ Manag (Hybrid) - Khazeh, Khashayar
[+]
Analysis of the foreign exchange markets, exchange rate behavior and risk management, international trade financing, country risk analysis, international banking and the role of direct foreign investment. Prerequisite: B or better in FINA 311. Three hours per week.

Prereq: FINA 311 with grade of B or better. This is a hybrid section with scheduled on-campus meetings.

Khazeh, Khashayar
kxkhazeh@salisbury.edu
FINA 490-701 1953 Finance Internship (Online) - O'Donnell, James Joseph
[+]
Intern experience in finance. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Finance major, FINA 311 with a grade of B or better, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in finance. May be used as a business concentration/track elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Finance major, FINA 311 with a grade of B or better, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE office administrative requirements, successful completion of BUAD 300.

O'Donnell, James Joseph
jjodonnell@salisbury.edu
FINA 626-610 1994 Corporate Financial Mgmt (Hybrid) - Ervin, Danny M.
[+]
A review of financial theory and techniques. Topics include capital acquisition, risk analysis, use of the capital asset pricing model, advanced capital budgeting and multinational corporate finance. Ethical concepts are covered where relevant. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program; completion of IVY software finance assessment and FINA 311 (or its equivalent) foundation course with a grade of C or better; ACCT 666 and ECON 601. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program; completion of IVY software finance assessment and FINA 311 (or its equivalent) foundation course with a grade of C or better; ACCT 666 and ECON 601. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Ervin, Danny M.
dmervin@salisbury.edu
FINA 626-701 2826 Corporate Financial Mgmt (Online) - Arvi, Leonard
[+]
A review of financial theory and techniques. Topics include capital acquisition, risk analysis, use of the capital asset pricing model, advanced capital budgeting and multinational corporate finance. Ethical concepts are covered where relevant. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program; completion of IVY software finance assessment and FINA 311 (or its equivalent) foundation course with a grade of C or better; ACCT 666 and ECON 601. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program; completion of IVY software finance assessment and FINA 311 (or its equivalent) foundation course with a grade of C or better; ACCT 666 and ECON 601. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Arvi, Leonard
lxarvi@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-610 2767 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - Riley, Cindy L
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Students are encouraged to attend an orientation session for computer use for this class. This is an online section. Technology skills required. Lecture, quizzes and assignments delivered online. Class fee of $10.00.

Riley, Cindy L
clriley@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-611 2768 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - King, Sara Lynn
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit.

King, Sara Lynn
slking@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-612 2769 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - King, Sara Lynn
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Activity is SWIMMING - class DOES NOT teach you to swim. Students must be able to swim two laps without stopping.

King, Sara Lynn
slking@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-614 2770 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - King, Sara Lynn
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Activity is SWIMMING - class DOES NOT teach you to swim. Students must be able to swim two laps without stopping.

King, Sara Lynn
slking@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-615 2771 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Hybrid) - King, Sara Lynn
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit.

King, Sara Lynn
slking@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-720 3338 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - White, Kylie M.
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Students are encouraged to attend an orientation session for computer use for this class. This is an online section. Technology skills required. Lecture, quizzes and assignments delivered online. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

White, Kylie M.
kmwhite@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-723 3339 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Dean, Mimi F
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Requires the use of the Polar Beat app and Bluetooth-enabled Smartphone to record activity. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor.

Dean, Mimi F
mfdean@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-730 3340 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Dean, Mimi F
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Students are encouraged to attend an orientation session for computer use for this class. This is an online section. Technology skills required. Lecture, quizzes and assignments delivered online. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Dean, Mimi F
mfdean@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-733 3341 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Dean, Mimi F
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Requires the use of the Polar Beat app and Bluetooth-enabled Smartphone to record activity. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor.

Dean, Mimi F
mfdean@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-740 3342 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Thompson, Maureen Courtney
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Students are encouraged to attend an orientation session for computer use for this class. This is an online section. Technology skills required. Lecture, quizzes and assignments delivered online. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Thompson, Maureen Courtney
mcthompson@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-743 3343 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Requires the use of the Polar Beat app and Bluetooth-enabled Smartphone to record activity. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor.

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-753 3344 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Satellite Students ONLY. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106.

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-760 3964 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V requirements. Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Students are encouraged to attend an orientation session for computer use for this class. This is an online section. Technology skills required. Lecture, quizzes and assignments delivered online. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Class fee of $10.00

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
FTWL 106-763 3965 Lifelong Fitness & Wellness (Online) - Marinaro, Laura Marie
[+]
Covers topics including the components of fitness, nutrition, weight management, cancer, cardiovascular disease and stress management within the framework of the six dimensions of wellness. Includes both lecture and physical fitness components. May not receive credit for both PHEC 106 and FTWL 106. Four hours per week. Meets General Education V.

Meets General Education V Requirements Cannot be repeated for additional credit. Attendance at MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION required to receive heart rate monitor.

Marinaro, Laura Marie
lmmarinaro@salisbury.edu
GEOG 450-701 2520 Topics In Geography (Online) - Lembo, Arthur J.
[+]
Analysis of a selected systematic/regional topic to be entered on the student’s transcript. May be taken three times for credit under different subtitles. Prerequisite: Permission of the department chair. One to four hours per week.

Junior Standing. One geography class, either physical or human geography.

Lembo, Arthur J.
ajlembo@salisbury.edu
GEOG 519-701 2991 Advanced Gis (Online) - Hamilton, Stuart E
[+]
Study of current theories and development trends in GIS technology. Emphasis on hands-on working knowledge utilizing ARC/INFO software. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Register for lab section 011 for automatic enrollment in lecture section 010.

Hamilton, Stuart E
sehamilton@salisbury.edu
GEOG 550-701 2993 Topics In Geography (Online) - Dollins III, William E.
[+]
Analysis of a selected systematic/regional topic to be entered on the student’s transcript. May be taken three times for credit under different subtitles. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Three hours per week.

Graduate Standing

Dollins III, William E.
wedollinsiii@salisbury.edu
GEOG 640-701 1788 Gis Co-op Experience (Online) - Scott, Michael S.
[+]
A directed field study program which provides studens with an opportunity to apply GIS skills acquired in the classroom to real-world projects in the community. Additionally, a weekly seminar discussion gives participants a chance to peer-review the co-operative projects as well as receive expert guidance. Students are under the supervision of an advisor form the GIS faculty while participating in a short-term experience program in a business or government agency. Prerequisites: GEOG 619 and GEOG 630. Six hours per week.

ON-LINE COURSE. Prereq: Graduate standing

Scott, Michael S.
msscott@salisbury.edu
HIST 101-700 2831 World Civilizations (Online) - Jones, Katherine Louise
[+]
Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).

Jones, Katherine Louise
kljones@salisbury.edu
HIST 102-700 2849 World Civilizations (Online) - Silverstrim, Karen F.
[+]
Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).

Silverstrim, Karen F.
kfsilverstrim@salisbury.edu
HIST 498-701 3865 Internship (Online) - Goyens, Tom
[+]
Provides advanced undergraduate history majors with the opportunity to gain professional experience in a history-related field under the supervision of an on-site professional and a faculty member. Open to juniors and seniors, it offers excellent preparation for professional development in history related fields or for graduate study. Prerequisites: HIST 330 and permission from instructor or department chair.

Goyens, Tom
txgoyens@salisbury.edu
HIST 631-701 3061 Thesis (Online) - Goyens, Tom
[+]
May be taken only once and may be taken without HIST 630, Directed Research. Prerequisite: Consent of graduate director.

Goyens, Tom
txgoyens@salisbury.edu
HIST 631-702 3852 Thesis (Online) - Walton-Wade, Kristen P
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May be taken only once and may be taken without HIST 630, Directed Research. Prerequisite: Consent of graduate director.

Walton-Wade, Kristen P
kpwalton@salisbury.edu
HIST 631-703 3853 Thesis (Online) - Long III, Creston S.
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May be taken only once and may be taken without HIST 630, Directed Research. Prerequisite: Consent of graduate director.

Long III, Creston S.
cslong@salisbury.edu
HLSC 301-701 3888 Human Patho For Hlthcr Maj (Online) - East, Meghan S
[+]
Overview of human disease by cause, clinical manifestations and diagnostic criteria. Topics chosen to benefit healthcare majors. Prerequisites: C or better in BIOL 215, 216. Three hours lecture, three hours lab per week.

East, Meghan S
mseast@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-601 2949 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Hybrid) - Adeniran, Adeniyi Adeleke
[+]
Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Adeniran, Adeniyi Adeleke
aaadeniran@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-604 2952 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Hybrid) - Kutchen, John E
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Kutchen, John E
jekutchen@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-605 2954 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Hybrid) - Kutchen, John E
[+]
Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Kutchen, John E
jekutchen@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-609 3174 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Hybrid) - Holmes-Kriger, Jamie Lynn
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Holmes-Kriger, Jamie Lynn
jlholmes-kriger@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-701 2956 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chandrashekar, Sumathy
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chandrashekar, Sumathy
sxchandrashekar@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-702 2957 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chambers, Silvana S
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chambers, Silvana S
sschambers@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-703 2958 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chambers, Silvana S
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chambers, Silvana S
sschambers@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-704 2959 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chandrashekar, Sumathy
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chandrashekar, Sumathy
sxchandrashekar@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-705 2960 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chandrashekar, Sumathy
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chandrashekar, Sumathy
sxchandrashekar@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-706 2961 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chambers, Silvana S
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chambers, Silvana S
sschambers@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-707 2962 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Chambers, Silvana S
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Chambers, Silvana S
sschambers@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-709 2948 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Holmes-Kriger, Jamie Lynn
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Holmes-Kriger, Jamie Lynn
jlholmes-kriger@salisbury.edu
INFO 211-750 2944 Info Sys Concepts For Mgmt (Online) - Burke Jr, William P.
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Become familiar with current end-user software, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases, and examine the use of these and other information technology to meet management challenges within the business environment. Computer-based labs and class discussions promote understanding of the technical aspects of information systems and an appreciation for the relationship between systems and organizational processes. May not receive credit for both INFO 111 and INFO 211. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.

Burke Jr, William P.
wpburke@salisbury.edu
INFO 281-610 2297 Intermediate Busi Statistics (Hybrid) - Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
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Study of modern statistical techniques with emphasis on data analysis in a computer assisted environment. Topics include analysis of variance and experimental design, categorical data analysis, regression analysis, model building, time series analysis and index numbers. Prerequisites: C or better in INFO 111 or INFO 211 or COSC 116, C or better in MATH 155, C or better in MATH 160 or 201. Three hours per week.

Prerequisites: INFO 111, C or better in MATH 155, C or better in MATH 160 or 201.

Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
jekottemann@salisbury.edu
INFO 281-611 1966 Intermediate Busi Statistics (Hybrid) - Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
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Study of modern statistical techniques with emphasis on data analysis in a computer assisted environment. Topics include analysis of variance and experimental design, categorical data analysis, regression analysis, model building, time series analysis and index numbers. Prerequisites: C or better in INFO 111 or INFO 211 or COSC 116, C or better in MATH 155, C or better in MATH 160 or 201. Three hours per week.

Prerequisites: INFO 111, C or better in MATH 155, C or better in MATH 160 or 201.

Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
jekottemann@salisbury.edu
INFO 340-610 2192 Data Mining For Busn Intel (Hybrid) - Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
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A high growth area, data mining is used by organizations to better underrstand teir situations as well as the world in which they function in order to devise effective strategies and policy options. Covers the concepts, software tools and related skills to help students become professional data analysts. A term project and presentation adopts a real-world problem-solving context. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211, 281. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211, 281. Three hours per week.

Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211, INFO 281. Non-Major Prerequisite: Junior standing. C or better in INFO 211, INFO 281

Kottemann, Jeffrey E.
jekottemann@salisbury.edu
INFO 401-601 2191 Mobile Enterprise App Dev (Hybrid) - Wright, Kathleen M.
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Using mobile development platforms, build and deploy hybrid mobile applications that are designed to execute across a variety of smart devices, with particular emphasis on the development of enterprise applications that extract and deploy data from business information systems, web services and other organizational data sources. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 301. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 301. Three hours per week.

Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 301. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 301.

Wright, Kathleen M.
kmwright@salisbury.edu
INFO 450-610 2303 Computer Hdw And Os Tech (Hybrid) - Salimian, Fatollah
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Study of technical topics related to computer systems. Emphasis is placed on hardware architecture, Operating Systems, basic networking, and application software compatibilities issues. Cannot receive credit for both INFO 450 and INFO 455. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211. Three hours per week.

Cannot receive credit for both INFO 450 and INFO 455. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211.

Salimian, Fatollah
fxsalimian@salisbury.edu
INFO 460-601 2848 Security Management (Hybrid) - Waggoner, Kyle Michael
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Provides an overview of the field of information security and assurance through the application of policies, education and technologies. Learn a spectrum of security methodologies and procedures relating to risk management, firewalls and VPNs, access control, intrusion detection and prevention systems, cryptography, and physical security. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211. Three hours per week.

This course is a hybrid course with 3 on campus meetings; orientation, mid-term, final project. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211. non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211.

Waggoner, Kyle Michael
kmwaggoner@salisbury.edu
INFO 465-610 2008 Global Info Systems Mgmt (Hybrid) - Hanley, Yvonne D
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Analysis of technical, cultural, organizational, and geopolitical challenges facing business and IT professionals in implementing and managing IT in an increasingly global, technological environment. Current readings and case studies are used to examine infrastructure, e-business, global teamwork, and transborder and cross-cultural information systems issues. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211. Three hours per week.

This is a hybrid course that meets on the following dates only: January 30, February 27, March 1, March 6, March 13, April 26 Major Prerequisite: Admission to the Professional Program, C or better in INFO 211. Non-Major Prerequisities: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 211.

Hanley, Yvonne D
yxdownie@salisbury.edu
INFO 476-701 1975 Info Syst Devel & Implement (Online) - Anderson, Laura E.
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Design, implementation, and documentation of an information system. The development project is in the form of field-study or in-depth case-study. Successful completion of this course satisfies the ABLE requirement. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 311. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 311. Three hours per week.

Successful completion of this course satisfies the ABLE requirement. Major Prerequisites: Admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 311. Non-Major Prerequisites: Junior standing, C or better in INFO 311.

Anderson, Laura E.
leanderson@salisbury.edu
INFO 490-701 1976 Information Syst Internship (Online) - Chandrashekar, Sumathy
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Professional work experience in information systems. Prerequisites: Junior status, Information Systems major, placement approval and permissions of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to the Professional Program, C or better in INFO 311, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Prerequisites: Junior standing, information system major, placement approval and permission the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, C or better in INFO 311, successful completion of BUAD 300.

Chandrashekar, Sumathy
sxchandrashekar@salisbury.edu
INFO 602-610 2196 Decision Mkg In Supply Chain (Hybrid) - Wu, Yun
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Examines contemporary quantitative methodologies for optimizing firm initiatives and enhancing efficiency. Topics include multicriteria decision making, linear programming, forecasting, neural networks, and Monte Carlo simulation. Ethical implications and use of these methodologies for strategic advantage and profit maximization are discussed. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program; completion of MYCLASSES Excel Assessment; INFO 326 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Four hours per week for half a semester.

Admission to the M.B.A. program; completion of MyClasses Excel Assessment; INFO 326 (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better.Four hours per week for half a semester.

Wu, Yun
ywu@salisbury.edu
INFO 602-710 2828 Decision Mkg In Supply Chain (Online) - Wu, Yun
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Examines contemporary quantitative methodologies for optimizing firm initiatives and enhancing efficiency. Topics include multicriteria decision making, linear programming, forecasting, neural networks, and Monte Carlo simulation. Ethical implications and use of these methodologies for strategic advantage and profit maximization are discussed. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program; completion of MYCLASSES Excel Assessment; INFO 326 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Four hours per week for half a semester.

Admission to the M.B.A. program; completion of MyClasses Excel Assessment; INFO 326 (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better.Four hours per week for half a semester.

Wu, Yun
ywu@salisbury.edu
MATH 502-601 1640 Applied Statistics (Hybrid) - Wainwright, Barbara A.
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The use of linear models in the analysis of data, starting with simple models and going to more complex models. Special attention given to the use and abuse of these models by researchers. Graduate credit only. Prerequisite: A course in statistics (MATH 155 OR MATH 213). Three hours per week.

Graduate Credit Only Prereq: A course in statistics

Wainwright, Barbara A.
bawainwright@salisbury.edu
MDTC 101-610 1676 Biol, Chem & Clin Lab Safety (Hybrid) - Davis-Hayes, Diane L
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Review of laboratory safety. Summary of government laws and regulatory bodies and their effect on lab policy. Illustrations of proper procedures for laboratory hazards. Topics include chemicals, infectious microbes, animals, fire, electrical equipment, radiation, glassware and compressed gases. Training in the use of safety equipment, protective clothing and general first aid. Student may not earn credit for both MDTC 101 and BIOL 115. One hour per week.

This is an hybrid section. Students are expected to be on campus for face to face exams while the remainder component is online.

Davis-Hayes, Diane L
dldavis@salisbury.edu
MDTC 461-610 1677 Organiz & Manag Of Lab (Hybrid) - Davis-Hayes, Diane L
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Lecture and practical applications of theories of management and administration to the organization of the clinical laboratory. A unit on education including educational theory, adult education and continuing education. Students prepare written reports on projects concerning these topics throughout the course. Topics include medicolegal issues, impacts of federal regulations on health care, and budget and finance. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Two hours lecture.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on campus meetings and an online component. Prereq: Senior standing in the major and consent of the instructor

Davis-Hayes, Diane L
dldavis@salisbury.edu
MDTC 471-610 1678 Clinical Seminar (Hybrid) - East, Meghan S
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Capstone experience including case studies, seminars, interdisciplinary lab operations, comprehensive evaluations, and phlebotomy competence. Prerequisite: Senior standing in major. 2.5 hours per week of experiences across the semester.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on campus meetings and an online component. Prereq: Senior standing in the major

East, Meghan S
mseast@salisbury.edu
MGMT 325-707 2820 Business & Society (Online) - Brown Jr, Marvin O.
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Addresses social and ethical problems facing business today. Ethical principles and problem solving models are applied to issues of profit maximization, workplace diversity, consumerism, risk management, product liability, government-business interface, environmental economics, global business, financial management and other key business areas. Focus is on analyzing these problems and developing alternative ethical solutions through case studies, formal debates and class discussions. May not receive credit for both MGMT 325 and 420. Prerequisites: MGMT 320 or MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Prereq: MGMT 320 or MKTG 330. May not receive credit for both MGMT 325 and 420. This is an online course.

Brown Jr, Marvin O.
mobrown@salisbury.edu
MGMT 425-701 1936 Applied Organiz Science (Online) - Whitcomb, Valerie J
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Use of understandings about human behavior to motivate employees to work together in harmony. Topics include fundamentals of organizational behavior, leadership and its development, organizational environment and communications, and group processes. Prerequisite: MGMT 320. Three hours per week.

Prereq: MGMT 320 Dr. Valerie J. Whitcomb will be teaching MGMT 425 – Applied Organizational Science -- in the spring 2017 semester in a fully online format. The course content and structure is the same as the traditional course. The online course will incorporate advanced technologies that are similar to the types of tools used in a typical modern business setting. In addition to mastering the content presented in the class, the online student will learn to work collaboratively in an online environment, interact with peers through the use of technology, engage in virtual teamwork, and work independently with explicit instructions and tight deadlines (similar to a real work environment). There will be a technical orientation at the start of the course to familiarize students with the technologies used in the class. About Dr. Whitcomb: Dr. Whitcomb is a scholar-practitioner, and brings real-world business experience to the course. Her company, founded in 2003, provides management consulting services to organizations in a variety of industries. She has extensive experience in business process reengineering, operations analysis, and strategic management. In the last decade she added consulting offerings in learning and knowledge management technologies which she uses to initiate sustainable growth strategies, primarily in knowledge based companies. She has a wealth of change-management experience in the areas of people and processes, and has worked with numerous organizations to achieve major transformation. She is also the executive director of a non-profit 501c3 which she founded to provide online micro-entrepreneurship training to individuals in developing nations, and to those in the U.S. who cannot maintain traditional employment.

Whitcomb, Valerie J
vjwhitcomb@salisbury.edu
MGMT 490-701 1941 Management Internship (Online) - Hickman, John N.
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Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300. Three hours per week.

Intern experience in management. May substitute for a management major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status; Management major; placement approval and permission of the department chair; completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300.

Hickman, John N.
jnhickman@salisbury.edu
MGMT 628-691 1996 Managing Strategically (Hybrid) - Hoffman IV, Richard C.
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A capstone to the formal business program that provides an internal thought process for continuing an informal business education. Analyze any given situation and its ethical implications, separate facts from opinion and use thoughtful evaluation, including consideration of the interdependence between the organization and its environment. Utilize previous course work in a useful and congruent pattern for strategic thinking in a global business context. Prerequisites: Admission to the M.B.A. program. Course must be taken in the final spring semester of the student’s M.B.A. requirements. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Prereq: Admission to the MBA program. Course mus tbe taken in the final spring semester of the student's MBA requirements. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Hoffman IV, Richard C.
rchoffman@salisbury.edu
MGMT 628-792 3186 Managing Strategically (Online) - Street, Vera L.
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A capstone to the formal business program that provides an internal thought process for continuing an informal business education. Analyze any given situation and its ethical implications, separate facts from opinion and use thoughtful evaluation, including consideration of the interdependence between the organization and its environment. Utilize previous course work in a useful and congruent pattern for strategic thinking in a global business context. Prerequisites: Admission to the M.B.A. program. Course must be taken in the final spring semester of the student’s M.B.A. requirements. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Street, Vera L.
vlstreet@salisbury.edu
MKTG 490-701 1952 Marketing Internship (Online) - Hentschel, Sandy E
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Intern experience in marketing. May substitute for a marketing major elective if approved by the school dean. Prerequisites: Junior status, Marketing major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300 and MKTG 330. Three hours per week.

Prerequisites: Junior status, marketing major, placement approval and permission of the department chair, completion of ABLE administrative requirements, admission to Professional Program, successful completion of BUAD 300.

Hentschel, Sandy E
sehentschel@salisbury.edu
MKTG 663-691 2822 Bus Intel/analytical Crm (Hybrid) - Richerson III, William R
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Explores Customer Relationship Management (CRM) as an emergent marketing and firm-to-customer business strategy based on a deep understanding of customer value. Data-mining techniques are demonstrated using SAP Business Warehouse to identify and optimize the relationship between business and customers in both domestic and international markets. Topics include the managerial and ethical challenges involved in implementing enterprise-wide CRM technology. Prerequisite: Admission to M.B.A. program. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Prerequisite: Admission to M.B.A. program.

Richerson III, William R
wrricherson@salisbury.edu
MKTG 663-791 2823 Bus Intel/analytical Crm (Online) - Richerson III, William R
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Explores Customer Relationship Management (CRM) as an emergent marketing and firm-to-customer business strategy based on a deep understanding of customer value. Data-mining techniques are demonstrated using SAP Business Warehouse to identify and optimize the relationship between business and customers in both domestic and international markets. Topics include the managerial and ethical challenges involved in implementing enterprise-wide CRM technology. Prerequisite: Admission to M.B.A. program. Six hours per week for half a semester.

Prerequisite: Admission to M.B.A. program.

Richerson III, William R
wrricherson@salisbury.edu
MUSA 205-601 1192 Class Piano I (Hybrid) - Richerson, Nancy B
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Group piano instruction with individual help, to develop fundamental piano skills for students with little or no piano experience. Basic skills included are reading, harmonization, transposition, improvization, and compositional techniques. Each course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: MUSC 201 or equivalent; Piano I a prerequisite to Piano II. Two hours per week.

Prereq - MUSC 201 or equivalet or approval of instructor.

Richerson, Nancy B
nbricherson@salisbury.edu
MUSA 205-602 1233 Class Piano I (Hybrid) - Richerson, Nancy B
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Group piano instruction with individual help, to develop fundamental piano skills for students with little or no piano experience. Basic skills included are reading, harmonization, transposition, improvization, and compositional techniques. Each course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: MUSC 201 or equivalent; Piano I a prerequisite to Piano II. Two hours per week.

Prereq - MUSC 201 or equivalet or approval of instructor.

Richerson, Nancy B
nbricherson@salisbury.edu
NURS 415-701 2673 Special Topics In Nursing (Online) - Freda, Kaynabess
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Study of a selected area of nursing. Topics may vary semester to semester. Provides an opportunity for curriculum innovation or meeting the special needs or interests of undergraduate and graduate students. May be repeated for credit under different subtitles. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. One to three hours lecture, zero to two hours laboratory per week.

THIS IS AN ONLINE COURSE.

Freda, Kaynabess
kxfreda@salisbury.edu
NURS 440-610 1855 Senior Seminar (Hybrid) - Winter, Dorothea M
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Provides a conceptual understanding of leadership and management processes in the health care system. Explores past, present and emerging roles of the professional nurse including political, economic and professional issues. Prerequisite: Completion of all required 300-level NURS courses. Three hours per week.

NOTE: COMPLETION OF ALL REQUIRED 300 LEVEL NURSING COURSES; CO-REQ: NURS 441. THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE WITH FACE TO FACE MEETINGS ONCE A WEEK.

Winter, Dorothea M
dmwinter@salisbury.edu
NURS 440-611 1720 Senior Seminar (Hybrid) - Winter, Dorothea M
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Provides a conceptual understanding of leadership and management processes in the health care system. Explores past, present and emerging roles of the professional nurse including political, economic and professional issues. Prerequisite: Completion of all required 300-level NURS courses. Three hours per week.

NOTE: COMPLETION OF ALL REQUIRED 300 LEVEL NURSE COURSES; CO-REQ: NURS 441. THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE WITH FACE TO FACE MEETINGS ONCE A WEEK.

Winter, Dorothea M
dmwinter@salisbury.edu
NURS 450-610 2155 Best Practices In Nurs Educ (Hybrid) - Propper, Stacey Elizabeth
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Assists nursing students in applying best practices in nursing and nursing education to individual educational programs of study. This hybrid course offers online interaction, weekly class/group meetings and opportunities for hands-on application of nursing information. Involves students in activities that increase use of evidence-based information in health care and nursing education. Focuses on strengthening students’ understanding of the scientific basis of nursing, application of the nursing process in a variety of settings and success in academic pursuits. Prerequisite: Admission to the nursing program. One hour classroom per week with online component.

THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE AND WILL MEET FACE TO FACE EACH WEEK FOR 1 HOUR.

Propper, Stacey Elizabeth
sepropper@salisbury.edu
NURS 514-610 3291 Issues Adv Prc Nurs (Hybrid) - Alessandrini, Erica A.
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Focuses on transition into the advanced practice nurse role including ethical issues, standards of care and the delivery of health care in rural settings. The organization of health care delivery systems, health care policy and the economic implications of health care are explored. Students develop their roles as advocates for change in the health care delivery system. Clinical practice guidelines, protocols and/or collaborative agreements are developed for the advanced practice nurse. Information technology is used where appropriate in an advanced practice role. Three hours lecture per week.

Alessandrini, Erica A.
eaalessandrini@salisbury.edu
NURS 516-610 3292 Family Nursing (Hybrid) - Brown, Voncelia S.
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Explores theory and research relevant to family nursing assessment and intervention. Family health, illness and the impact of stressful events on the family system are examined. Clinical situations with families are analyzed based on classic family theory, developing theory and published research. Students develop strategies for serving as advocates for families as they explore beginning role requirements of advanced practice nurses. Three hours lecture, three-four hours clinical practice per week, for a total of 50 hours.

Brown, Voncelia S.
vsbrown@salisbury.edu
NURS 544-610 3294 Quant Research Hlth Care (Hybrid) - Seldomridge, Elizabeth A.
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Focuses on quantitative research methods as a foundation for evidence-based health care. Includes problem identification, formulation of hypotheses, research design, sampling analyses, and interpretation of quantitative data. Provides practice using a statistical package as a tool to analyze quantitative research data. Research findings are communicated both orally and in wiriting to health professionals using current technology. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: MATH 502.

Seldomridge, Elizabeth A.
laseldomridge@salisbury.edu
NURS 559-610 3296 Women & Child Health Mgmt (Hybrid) - Alessandrini, Erica A.
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Focuses on primary care of women and children including health promotion and disease prevention within the context of the family. Incorporates critical thinking and clinical reasoning to establish diagnoses for and provide therapeutic management of women and children with common short-term and chronic stable health problems. Includes care of women during normal pregnancy and the postpartum period. Emphasizes quality and cost-effective care of diverse populations in a wide variety of settings. Prerequisites/Corequisites: NURS 512, 522. Three hours lecture, 14 hours clinical per week for a total of 200 hours.

Alessandrini, Erica A.
eaalessandrini@salisbury.edu
NURS 694-610 3298 Doctoral Practice Exper (Hybrid) - Smith, Nancy Marie
[+]
A student-directed, faculty-advised practice experience that complements learning in D.N.P. coursework where more expertise is desired. Provides clinical and/or nonclinical opportunities to complete experiences that merge the D.N.P. Essentials and specialty competencies with personal scholarly goals. Required for students needing additional practical experience hours to meet the 1,000 hours of practice post-baccalaureate. Course may be repeated for a total of six credits. Prerequisites: Admission to D.N.P. Program and permission of instructor.

Smith, Nancy Marie
nmsmith@salisbury.edu
NURS 694-611 3999 Doctoral Practice Exper (Hybrid) - Alessandrini, Erica A.
[+]
A student-directed, faculty-advised practice experience that complements learning in D.N.P. coursework where more expertise is desired. Provides clinical and/or nonclinical opportunities to complete experiences that merge the D.N.P. Essentials and specialty competencies with personal scholarly goals. Required for students needing additional practical experience hours to meet the 1,000 hours of practice post-baccalaureate. Course may be repeated for a total of six credits. Prerequisites: Admission to D.N.P. Program and permission of instructor.

Alessandrini, Erica A.
eaalessandrini@salisbury.edu
NURS 880-610 3871 Dnp Practicum (Hybrid) - Alessandrini, Erica A.
[+]
Provides opportunities to complete experiences that merge the D.N.P. Essentials and specialty competencies with personal scholarly goals. A collaboration between the student, faculty advisor and agency preceptor complements learning in clinical and non-clinical areas in which more expertise is desired. During the D.N.P. Program, a total of four credits (400 hours) of practicum are required at SU in at least two different areas of focus. Prerequisite: Year 2 or 3 of D.N.P. Program or permission of instructor. Seven hours practicum (per credit per week) and two hours seminar per week.

PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR REQUIRED. PERMISSION CODE REQUIRED.

Alessandrini, Erica A.
eaalessandrini@salisbury.edu
NURS 880-611 3872 Dnp Practicum (Hybrid) - Bracken, Michele I.
[+]
Provides opportunities to complete experiences that merge the D.N.P. Essentials and specialty competencies with personal scholarly goals. A collaboration between the student, faculty advisor and agency preceptor complements learning in clinical and non-clinical areas in which more expertise is desired. During the D.N.P. Program, a total of four credits (400 hours) of practicum are required at SU in at least two different areas of focus. Prerequisite: Year 2 or 3 of D.N.P. Program or permission of instructor. Seven hours practicum (per credit per week) and two hours seminar per week.

PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR REQUIRED. PERMISSION CODE REQUIRED.

Bracken, Michele I.
mobracken@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-610 3297 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Hinderer, Katherine A.
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Hinderer, Katherine A.
kahinderer@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-611 3318 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Winter, Dorothea M
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Winter, Dorothea M
dmwinter@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-612 3319 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Hinderer, Katherine A.
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Hinderer, Katherine A.
kahinderer@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-613 3320 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - DiBartolo, Mary C.
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

DiBartolo, Mary C.
mcdibartolo@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-614 3321 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Nutt, Rita J.
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Nutt, Rita J.
rjnutt@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-615 3322 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - DiBartolo, Mary C.
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

DiBartolo, Mary C.
mcdibartolo@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-616 3323 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Nutt, Rita J.
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Nutt, Rita J.
rjnutt@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-617 3324 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Smith, Nancy Marie
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Smith, Nancy Marie
nmsmith@salisbury.edu
NURS 882-618 3325 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Instructor TBD [+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Instructor TBD
NURS 882-619 3326 Dnp Project 2: Proposal Dev (Hybrid) - Smith, Nancy Marie
[+]
Focused on advancing nursing knowledge in a specialty area. Review the literature and integrate content from previous graduate courses to develop the proposal for an evidence-based project that will improve health care outcomes and provide the foundation for future scholarship. Prerequisite: NURS 881. One hour per week.

Smith, Nancy Marie
nmsmith@salisbury.edu
PHIL 490-701 3842 Independent Study (Online) - Tuske, Joerg P
[+]
Tutorial course in a specific problem of philosophy, a particular philosopher or a particular period of philosophy. Open to junior and senior students, conditional on faculty member’s consent. May be repeated for credit with faculty approval. Up to three hours per week with enhancement.

Tuske, Joerg P
jptuske@salisbury.edu
PHIL 490-702 3843 Independent Study (Online) - Clement, Grace A.
[+]
Tutorial course in a specific problem of philosophy, a particular philosopher or a particular period of philosophy. Open to junior and senior students, conditional on faculty member’s consent. May be repeated for credit with faculty approval. Up to three hours per week with enhancement.

Clement, Grace A.
gaclement@salisbury.edu
PHIL 490-703 3844 Independent Study (Online) - Stock, Timothy E.
[+]
Tutorial course in a specific problem of philosophy, a particular philosopher or a particular period of philosophy. Open to junior and senior students, conditional on faculty member’s consent. May be repeated for credit with faculty approval. Up to three hours per week with enhancement.

Stock, Timothy E.
testock@salisbury.edu
PHIL 490-704 3845 Independent Study (Online) - Cammarano, Cristina
[+]
Tutorial course in a specific problem of philosophy, a particular philosopher or a particular period of philosophy. Open to junior and senior students, conditional on faculty member’s consent. May be repeated for credit with faculty approval. Up to three hours per week with enhancement.

Cammarano, Cristina
cxcammarano@salisbury.edu
PHYS 108-711 3246 Introduction To Astronomy (Online) - Howard, Joseph W.
[+]
Survey of modern astronomy for non-science majors. Basic physics concepts utilized to study the night sky, light, optics and telescopes, planets, the moon and sun, stars nebulae, galaxies and the universe. Some night observations required. May not be taken for credit if student already has credit for PHYS 109. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week. Meets General Education IVA or IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIA or IIIB).

Registering in this Section 711 will automatically enroll you in lecture section 010. The lecture is on campus and the LAB ONLY is online. First day of lab is on campus all other days are online. May not be taken for credit if student already has credit for PHYS 109.

Howard, Joseph W.
jwhoward@salisbury.edu
PSYC 360-601 3923 Clinical/coun Psyc (Hybrid) - Okubo, Yuki
[+]
Introduction to methods, techniques and theories in the practice of clinical/counseling psychology in a variety of settings. Current problems and issues confronting clinical and counseling psychologists are investigated. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Okubo, Yuki
yxokubo@salisbury.edu
PSYC 360-602 3924 Clinical/coun Psyc (Hybrid) - Okubo, Yuki
[+]
Introduction to methods, techniques and theories in the practice of clinical/counseling psychology in a variety of settings. Current problems and issues confronting clinical and counseling psychologists are investigated. Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Okubo, Yuki
yxokubo@salisbury.edu
PSYC 410-601 3922 Multicultural Issues (Hybrid) - Okubo, Yuki
[+]
A study of the psychological impact of major cultural groups on the behavior, attitudes, thoughts and beliefs of individuals. Prerequisites: PSYC 101 and junior status. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Okubo, Yuki
yxokubo@salisbury.edu
REED 516-610 1029 Elementary Found Reading (Hybrid) - Richards, Patricia O.
[+]
Designed to provide a broad-ranging perspective of contemporary literacy instruction, methods, strategies and practices, as determined by observation, research and informed decision-making. Intended for all school personnel seeking a contemporary perspective on elementary literacy instruction and to provide a foundation for M.Ed. reading specialist certification candidates. Three hours per week.

Graduate Credit Only. This is a hybrid course with scheduled face-to-face meetings.

Richards, Patricia O.
porichards@salisbury.edu
REED 517-610 2441 Secondary Found Reading (Hybrid) - Wolinski, John T.
[+]
Knowledge of the reading process, instructional and assessment strategies, and materials use, drawn from research-based recommendations for reading and writing in secondary content areas. Three hours per week.

Wolinski, John T.
jtwolinski@salisbury.edu
SCED 300-610 3552 Develop, Learning & Assess (Hybrid) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
[+]
Physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children (ages 3-18) with emphasis on adolescent development. Attention is given to student learning and assessment. Required field observation. Credit may not be received for both SCED 300 and ELED 304 or EDUC 300. Three hours per week.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
SCED 318-610 2136 Computers In Education (Hybrid) - Royer, Jeffrey A
[+]
Overview of the role of computers in education. Examination of computer applications as they relate to specific teaching/learning operations and educational functions in the pre-K-12 classroom. ELED 318 is crosslisted with SCED 318. May not receive credit for EDUC 318, ELED 318 and SCED 318. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

Admission to the Professional Teacher Education Program. This course is only for secondary education concentration students.

Royer, Jeffrey A
jaroyer@salisbury.edu
SCED 318-611 2137 Computers In Education (Hybrid) - Royer, Jeffrey A
[+]
Overview of the role of computers in education. Examination of computer applications as they relate to specific teaching/learning operations and educational functions in the pre-K-12 classroom. ELED 318 is crosslisted with SCED 318. May not receive credit for EDUC 318, ELED 318 and SCED 318. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

Admission to the Professional Teacher Education Program required. This course is only for secondary education concentration students.

Royer, Jeffrey A
jaroyer@salisbury.edu
SCED 318-613 3870 Computers In Education (Hybrid) - Royer, Regina D.
[+]
Overview of the role of computers in education. Examination of computer applications as they relate to specific teaching/learning operations and educational functions in the pre-K-12 classroom. ELED 318 is crosslisted with SCED 318. May not receive credit for EDUC 318, ELED 318 and SCED 318. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

Royer, Regina D.
rdroyer@salisbury.edu
SCED 318-790 3958 Computers In Education (Online) - Royer, Regina D.
[+]
Overview of the role of computers in education. Examination of computer applications as they relate to specific teaching/learning operations and educational functions in the pre-K-12 classroom. ELED 318 is crosslisted with SCED 318. May not receive credit for EDUC 318, ELED 318 and SCED 318. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

UMUC SCED Europe Session 7W1: 1/9/17 - 3/5/17

Royer, Regina D.
rdroyer@salisbury.edu
SCED 320-701 3553 Tech In Math Education (Online) - Groth, Randall E.
[+]
Overview of the role of technology in mathematics education. Examination of computer applications as they relate to specific teaching/learning situations in grades 7-12 classrooms. Prerequisites: MATH 201, 213, 214, Professional Program admission. Three hours per week. (spring semester only)

Groth, Randall E.
regroth@salisbury.edu
SCED 426-790 3960 Intern In Mid/high School Ed (Online) - Oleszewski, Ashley M
[+]
Engages pre-service teachers in planning, teaching, assessment and collaboration in order to support and enhance student learning and well-being. Prerequisite: Admission to internship. Corequisite: SCED 433. Two, eight-week, full-time, supervised clinical experiences under the direction of the mentor teacher and University supervisor. One placement each in middle and high school. (P/F, IP)

UMUC SCED Europe Session 7W1: 1/9/17 - 3/5/17

Oleszewski, Ashley M
amoleszewski@salisbury.edu
SCED 428-790 3919 Intern In Mid/high School Ed (Online) - Oleszewski, Ashley M
[+]
Engages pre-service teachers in planning, teaching, assessment and collaboration in order to support and enhance student learning and well-being. Prerequisite: Admission to internship. Corequisite: SCED 433. Two, eight-week, full-time, supervised clinical experiences under the direction of the mentor teacher and University supervisor. One placement each in middle and high school. (P/F, IP)

Oleszewski, Ashley M
amoleszewski@salisbury.edu
SCED 433-790 3961 Refl & Inqu In Teach Pract (Online) - Weaver, Starlin D.
[+]
Forum for discussion of issues pertinent to current practices, trends and issues in the middle and high school during the internship. Prerequisite: Admission to internship. Corequisites: SCED 426 and SCED 428. Three hours per week for ten weeks. (spring semester only)

UMUC SCED Europe Session 7W1: 1/9/17 - 3/5/17

Weaver, Starlin D.
sdweaver@salisbury.edu
SCED 434-610 1157 Classroom Management (Hybrid) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
[+]
Explores the ability to create and maintain productive learning environments in the middle and high schools. Emphasis on development of learner responsibility, promotion of positive social relationships, interdependence of effective instruction and management, and prevention/intervention strategies. Consideration given to accommodating diversity and communicating with families. Field activities required. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
SCED 434-790 3840 Classroom Management (Online) - Siers Jr, Ron R.
[+]
Explores the ability to create and maintain productive learning environments in the middle and high schools. Emphasis on development of learner responsibility, promotion of positive social relationships, interdependence of effective instruction and management, and prevention/intervention strategies. Consideration given to accommodating diversity and communicating with families. Field activities required. Prerequisite: Admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Siers Jr, Ron R.
rrsiers@salisbury.edu
SOWK 200-610 1033 Intro To Social Work Profsn (Hybrid) - Gilheany, Eileen P
[+]
Introduces the social work profession and provides an overview of fields of social welfare services. Explores the various professional roles social workers play in working in each field. Examines the social welfare system as a society’s response to human need and structure for delivery of social services. Thirty hours of volunteer service in a social agency required. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Gilheany, Eileen P
epgilheany@salisbury.edu
SOWK 200-701 3359 Intro To Social Work Profsn (Online) - Hill, Amanda Gail
[+]
Introduces the social work profession and provides an overview of fields of social welfare services. Explores the various professional roles social workers play in working in each field. Examines the social welfare system as a society’s response to human need and structure for delivery of social services. Thirty hours of volunteer service in a social agency required. Three hours per week with enhancement.

** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN WEB BASED INSTRUCTION COURSE**

Hill, Amanda Gail
aghill@salisbury.edu
SOWK 200-702 4010 Intro To Social Work Profsn (Online) - Blue, Ciji L
[+]
Introduces the social work profession and provides an overview of fields of social welfare services. Explores the various professional roles social workers play in working in each field. Examines the social welfare system as a society’s response to human need and structure for delivery of social services. Thirty hours of volunteer service in a social agency required. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Blue, Ciji L
clblue@salisbury.edu
SOWK 200-791 3622 Intro To Social Work Profsn (Online) - Blue, Ciji L
[+]
Introduces the social work profession and provides an overview of fields of social welfare services. Explores the various professional roles social workers play in working in each field. Examines the social welfare system as a society’s response to human need and structure for delivery of social services. Thirty hours of volunteer service in a social agency required. Three hours per week with enhancement.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Blue, Ciji L
clblue@salisbury.edu
SOWK 300-610 1060 Hum Behavior Social Enviro I (Hybrid) - Hyman, Batya
[+]
Examines human development in the social environment using the bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores developmental theories to help inform social work assessment at the micro and mezzo levels of practice. Examines both the developmental and problematic aspects of the stages of the life cycle. Discusses the social systems of individual, family, group, community and society. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisites: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Hyman, Batya
bxhyman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 300-791 3609 Hum Behavior Social Enviro I (Online) - Messatzzia, Ryan K
[+]
Examines human development in the social environment using the bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores developmental theories to help inform social work assessment at the micro and mezzo levels of practice. Examines both the developmental and problematic aspects of the stages of the life cycle. Discusses the social systems of individual, family, group, community and society. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisites: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Messatzzia, Ryan K
rkmessatzzia@salisbury.edu
SOWK 300-792 3931 Hum Behavior Social Enviro I (Online) - Garrison, Jeanetta L
[+]
Examines human development in the social environment using the bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores developmental theories to help inform social work assessment at the micro and mezzo levels of practice. Examines both the developmental and problematic aspects of the stages of the life cycle. Discusses the social systems of individual, family, group, community and society. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisites: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**SU/UMUC ONLINE ONLY**

Garrison, Jeanetta L
jlgarrison@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-610 2119 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Engle, Lori R
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Engle, Lori R
lrengle@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-611 2387 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Forte, James A.
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-613 3362 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Jorden, Brenda J
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

Jorden, Brenda J
bjjorden@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-641 1102 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Biasotto, Marylou F
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Biasotto, Marylou F
mfbiasotto@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-651 1103 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Lowther, Terri Lynn
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Lowther, Terri Lynn
tllowther@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-661 1104 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Bernier, Lindsey R
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

USMH Classroom is Room 331 **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Bernier, Lindsey R
lrbernier@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-681 2271 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Hybrid) - Pinckney, Mary Rebecca
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Pinckney, Mary Rebecca
mrpinckney@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-701 3823 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Online) - Soule, Jessica L
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

SU/UMUC Europe Online Only

Soule, Jessica L
jlsoule@salisbury.edu
SOWK 302-791 3623 Hum Behavior Social Envir Ii (Online) - Soule, Jessica L
[+]
Examines communities, groups and organizations as social systems and environmental contexts. Reflects social work’s values and principles in the macro social environment and the integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand and critically analyze the multiple influences on human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age and sexual orientation. Develops macro-assessment skills within the framework of empowerment. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 300 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Soule, Jessica L
jlsoule@salisbury.edu
SOWK 306-610 3396 Soc Wlf Hst & Contmp Issues (Hybrid) - Meenan, Kevin Patrick
[+]
Provides an introduction to the field of social welfare, primarily in the United States and major social movements. Examines the history of the social welfare system and social work profession, in the context of societal factors with particular attention to the intersectionality of race, class and gender. Explores the impact of values and beliefs on the development of the modern U.S. social welfare system. Investigates the dynamics of privilege and oppression as part of the political, economic and social factors that influence the policies and services provided by social work practitioners. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of the instructor. Four hours per week.

Meenan, Kevin Patrick
kpmeenan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 306-611 3397 Soc Wlf Hst & Contmp Issues (Hybrid) - Gilheany, Eileen P
[+]
Provides an introduction to the field of social welfare, primarily in the United States and major social movements. Examines the history of the social welfare system and social work profession, in the context of societal factors with particular attention to the intersectionality of race, class and gender. Explores the impact of values and beliefs on the development of the modern U.S. social welfare system. Investigates the dynamics of privilege and oppression as part of the political, economic and social factors that influence the policies and services provided by social work practitioners. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of the instructor. Four hours per week.

Gilheany, Eileen P
epgilheany@salisbury.edu
SOWK 306-701 3855 Soc Wlf Hst & Contmp Issues (Online) - Clark-Andrejkovics, Amanda J
[+]
Provides an introduction to the field of social welfare, primarily in the United States and major social movements. Examines the history of the social welfare system and social work profession, in the context of societal factors with particular attention to the intersectionality of race, class and gender. Explores the impact of values and beliefs on the development of the modern U.S. social welfare system. Investigates the dynamics of privilege and oppression as part of the political, economic and social factors that influence the policies and services provided by social work practitioners. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of the instructor. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section with no scheduled on campus meetings.

Clark-Andrejkovics, Amanda J
ajclark-andrejkovics@salisbury.edu
SOWK 306-791 3452 Soc Wlf Hst & Contmp Issues (Online) - Clark-Andrejkovics, Amanda J
[+]
Provides an introduction to the field of social welfare, primarily in the United States and major social movements. Examines the history of the social welfare system and social work profession, in the context of societal factors with particular attention to the intersectionality of race, class and gender. Explores the impact of values and beliefs on the development of the modern U.S. social welfare system. Investigates the dynamics of privilege and oppression as part of the political, economic and social factors that influence the policies and services provided by social work practitioners. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of the instructor. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Clark-Andrejkovics, Amanda J
ajclark-andrejkovics@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-610 3391 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Willis, Aaron C
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-611 3392 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Anthony, Rebecca S
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

Anthony, Rebecca S
rsanthony@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-612 3393 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Dyer, Nikki Allen
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

Dyer, Nikki Allen
nadyer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-613 3562 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Venable, Victoria M
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

Venable, Victoria M
vmvenable@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-641 3415 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Ingoglia, Anthony V
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Ingoglia, Anthony V
avingoglia@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-651 3416 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Hyman, Batya
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Hyman, Batya
bxhyman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-661 3419 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Hyman, Batya
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Hyman, Batya
bxhyman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-681 3421 Privilege And Oppression (Hybrid) - Ingoglia, Anthony V
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Ingoglia, Anthony V
avingoglia@salisbury.edu
SOWK 309-701 3394 Privilege And Oppression (Online) - Kraft, Guileine F
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Introduces and sensitizes students to the major concepts of cultural diversity, race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, class, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, pluralism and conflicts caused by ethnocentrism, discrimination and prejudice. Explores the relationship and intersection between these major concepts and social work practices and policies. Emphasizes the examination of major ethnic groups as well as other social groupings based on such factors as gender, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical and mental abilities, and other differences in human populations. Evaluates the common elements of oppressions and prejudicial and discriminatory practices from both micro and macro theoretical frames of reference. Explores the application of the ecological perspective, generalist and problem-solving process. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Kraft, Guileine F
gfkraft@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-610 2867 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
exschaefer-salins@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-611 1162 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
exschaefer-salins@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-612 1034 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Anthony, Rebecca S
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Anthony, Rebecca S
rsanthony@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-613 2121 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Kishen, Aarti
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Kishen, Aarti
axkishen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-614 2429 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Kaul-Black, Mary E
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Kaul-Black, Mary E
mekaul-black@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-641 1108 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Shives, Amy Lynn
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Shives, Amy Lynn
alshives@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-651 1109 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Webb, Kawana Laya
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**ESHEC Classroom is 205** **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Webb, Kawana Laya
klwebb@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-661 1110 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Webb, Kawana Laya
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Webb, Kawana Laya
klwebb@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-681 2430 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Shives, Amy Lynn
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Shives, Amy Lynn
alshives@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-691 3611 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Sodhi, Mininder K
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Sodhi, Mininder K
mksodhi@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-701 3363 Social Work Practice I (Online) - Searcey, Marilyn Gail
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Searcey, Marilyn Gail
mlsearcey@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-791 3613 Social Work Practice I (Online) - Smith, Renee Ashley
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Smith, Renee Ashley
rsmith@salisbury.edu
SOWK 320-792 3975 Social Work Practice I (Online) - Lawler, David M
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work practice with individuals. Emphasizes knowledge, values, ethics and skills needed to develop effective helping relationships. Includes basic theories for intervention with focus on micro level problem solving and basic interview skills. Prerequisites: Admission to professional program. Three hours per week with enhancement.

***SU/UMUC SOWK Program ONLY*** This is an online section with no scheduled on campus meetings.

Lawler, David M
dmlawler@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-610 3364 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Bowers, Venessa A
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

Bowers, Venessa A
vabowers@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-611 3365 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Shannon-Ramsey, Vivian R.
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

Shannon-Ramsey, Vivian R.
vrshannon-ramsey@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-614 3598 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Bowers, Venessa A
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

Bowers, Venessa A
vabowers@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-641 3426 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Jones, Anastasia Marie
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Jones, Anastasia Marie
amnewberry@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-651 3428 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Doyle, Melissa S
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

**ESHEC Classroom #205** **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Doyle, Melissa S
msdoyle@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-661 3430 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Doyle, Melissa S
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Doyle, Melissa S
msdoyle@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-681 3431 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Jones, Anastasia Marie
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Jones, Anastasia Marie
amnewberry@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-691 3625 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Cox, Barbara L
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Cox, Barbara L
blcox@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-701 3367 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Online) - Thompsen, Pamala Dawn
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Thompsen, Pamala Dawn
pdthompsen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 330-791 3626 Soc Wlfr Pol Prct: An & Ad (Online) - Maddalozzo, Michelle A
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Builds upon the foundation content of SOWK 306, providing understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares students to participate in the policy-making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, 306. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Maddalozzo, Michelle A
mamaddalozzo@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-610 1036 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Owens, Allessia P
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Owens, Allessia P
apowens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-611 1037 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Gilheany, Eileen P
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Gilheany, Eileen P
epgilheany@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-612 1145 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Erdie, Paula Martin
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Erdie, Paula Martin
pmerdie@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-613 2877 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Jewell, Jennifer R
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Jewell, Jennifer R
jrjewell@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-614 2878 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Owens, Allessia P
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Owens, Allessia P
apowens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-641 1089 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Larson, Rebecca S
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Larson, Rebecca S
rasutton@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-651 1091 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
mljohnson@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-661 1090 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Miller, Brian K
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

**USMH Classroom 331** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Miller, Brian K
bkmiller@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-681 2901 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
mljohnson@salisbury.edu
SOWK 410-791 3607 Social Work Practice Iii (Online) - Blue, Ciji L
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Prepares students for a generalist approach to social work with large systems. Applies the planned change process with macro practice, specifically with organizations and communities. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Prerequisite: Admission to professional program, SOWK 320, 400, 416, 420. Corequisites: SOWK 417, 421. Three hours per week with enhancement.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Blue, Ciji L
clblue@salisbury.edu
SOWK 416-691 3615 Social Research I (Hybrid) - Sodhi, Mininder K
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The first of two courses in social work and evaluation research. Emphasizes the development and use of scientific knowledge and the application of that knowledge to evaluate social work interventions and program evaluation. Explores applied research methodologies to enhance the student’s use of evidence-based social work knowledge and skills. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program, senior standing. Corequisites: SOWK 400, 420. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Sodhi, Mininder K
mksodhi@salisbury.edu
SOWK 416-701 2617 Social Research I (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
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The first of two courses in social work and evaluation research. Emphasizes the development and use of scientific knowledge and the application of that knowledge to evaluate social work interventions and program evaluation. Explores applied research methodologies to enhance the student’s use of evidence-based social work knowledge and skills. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program, senior standing. Corequisites: SOWK 400, 420. Four hours per week.

This is an online section with no schedules on-campus meetings.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 416-791 3617 Social Research I (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
The first of two courses in social work and evaluation research. Emphasizes the development and use of scientific knowledge and the application of that knowledge to evaluate social work interventions and program evaluation. Explores applied research methodologies to enhance the student’s use of evidence-based social work knowledge and skills. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: Admission to the professional program, senior standing. Corequisites: SOWK 400, 420. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-610 1061 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Mathews, Deborah A.
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Mathews, Deborah A.
damathews@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-611 1095 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Owens, Allessia P
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Owens, Allessia P
apowens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-612 2273 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-613 2879 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-641 1096 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Mayhew, Heather Aubree
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Mayhew, Heather Aubree
hamayhew@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-651 1097 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Lewis, Lindy Ladd
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

**ESHEC Classroom 127** **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Lewis, Lindy Ladd
lllewis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-661 1098 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Bowers, Natalie P
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

**USMH Classroom 325** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Bowers, Natalie P
npbowers@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-681 2904 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Lewis, Lindy Ladd
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Lewis, Lindy Ladd
lllewis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-691 3629 Social Research Ii (Hybrid) - Bukolt, Deborah A
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Bukolt, Deborah A
dabukolt@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-701 4001 Social Research Ii (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 417-791 3630 Social Research Ii (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Includes focus on program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data, report writing and application of findings to practice. Explores applied research methodologies that will enhance the student’s use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisites: Admission to the professional program, senior standing, SOWK 416. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 421. Four hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 420-791 2916 Field Instruction In Sowk I (Online) - Meade, Kelly D
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social work services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Attendance and participation in seminar required. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 416, 400.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Meade, Kelly D
kdmeade@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-641 1086 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Hybrid) - Maners, Jamie L
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Maners, Jamie L
jlmaners@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-642 3371 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Hybrid) - Moszer, Letha Faye Meyer
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

Tech D Classroom 221 **CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Moszer, Letha Faye Meyer
lfmoszer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-651 1087 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Hybrid) - Park, Susan E
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Park, Susan E
separk@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-661 1088 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Hybrid) - Moore, Heidi Lynne
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Moore, Heidi Lynne
hlmoore@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-662 2902 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Hybrid) - Mitchell, Diane K
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

**USMH Classroom 331** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Mitchell, Diane K
dkmitchell@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-681 2903 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Hybrid) - Arban, Kathleen S
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

**SMHEC Classroom 121** **SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Arban, Kathleen S
ksarban@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-701 3900 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Online) - Sodhi, Mininder K
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

**SU/UMUC Europe Online Only**

Sodhi, Mininder K
mksodhi@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-791 3450 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Online) - Sodhi, Mininder K
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Sodhi, Mininder K
mksodhi@salisbury.edu
SOWK 421-792 3633 Field Instruction Sowk Ii (Online) - Meade, Kelly D
[+]
Supervised experience in a social welfare agency with emphasis on methods and techniques of generalist social work practice. Opportunity to apply theory and develop skills in delivery of social services. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 440 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 302, 320, 420 and admission to the professional program. Corequisites: SOWK 410, 417.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Meade, Kelly D
kdmeade@salisbury.edu
SOWK 450-701 2104 Sowk With Families & Child (Online) - Bivens, Gaylena Addie
[+]
Examines child welfare services and current policies in social work for children and their families. Explores the history of child welfare, the role current social problems such as poverty, teen pregnancy, violence, addiction, homelessness, human trafficking and war play in today’s changing family. Provides an overview of the range of services available for families and children within the child welfare delivery system, including in-home services, foster care and adoption. Prerequisite: SNOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Bivens, Gaylena Addie
gabivens@salisbury.edu
SOWK 450-702 1146 Sowk With Families & Child (Online) - Arban, Kathleen S
[+]
Examines child welfare services and current policies in social work for children and their families. Explores the history of child welfare, the role current social problems such as poverty, teen pregnancy, violence, addiction, homelessness, human trafficking and war play in today’s changing family. Provides an overview of the range of services available for families and children within the child welfare delivery system, including in-home services, foster care and adoption. Prerequisite: SNOWK 200 or permission of instructor. Four hours per week.

*SATELLITE STUDENTS ONLY* This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Arban, Kathleen S
ksarban@salisbury.edu
SOWK 490-661 4003 Individual Directed Study (Hybrid) - Moore, Heidi Lynne
[+]
Enables advanced students to pursue topics of their own choosing with the guidance and supervision of the faculty. Should not duplicate any course already offered by the department. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

Moore, Heidi Lynne
hlmoore@salisbury.edu
SOWK 490-701 3949 Individual Directed Study (Online) - Jewell, Jennifer R
[+]
Enables advanced students to pursue topics of their own choosing with the guidance and supervision of the faculty. Should not duplicate any course already offered by the department. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

Independent Study

Jewell, Jennifer R
jrjewell@salisbury.edu
SOWK 490-702 3987 Individual Directed Study (Online) - Willis, Aaron C
[+]
Enables advanced students to pursue topics of their own choosing with the guidance and supervision of the faculty. Should not duplicate any course already offered by the department. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-701 3375 Special Topics (Online) - Willis, Aaron C
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor.

SPECIAL TOPICS: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH **ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-702 3447 Special Topics (Online) - Willis, Aaron C
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor.

SPECIAL TOPICS: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH *SATELLITE STUDENTS ONLY* This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-703 3448 Special Topics (Online) - Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor.

SPECIAL TOPICS: DISABILITIES (TBA) **ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
exschaefer-salins@salisbury.edu
SOWK 499-704 3449 Special Topics (Online) - Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
[+]
Provides opportunities for investigating special themes or issues of interest to students and the social work profession. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: SOWK 200 or permission of instructor.

SPECIAL TOPICS: DISABILITIES (TBA) *SATELLITE STUDENTS ONLY* This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
exschaefer-salins@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-701 2436 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - Root, Vicki B.
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Focuses on eithical issues in social work practice including a theoretical framework and ethical problem-solving model to systematically evaluate values and resolve ethical dilemmas found in social work practice. Provides tools and methodologies for reflection and analysis. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Root, Vicki B.
vbroot@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-702 3373 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - Moore, Heidi Lynne
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Focuses on eithical issues in social work practice including a theoretical framework and ethical problem-solving model to systematically evaluate values and resolve ethical dilemmas found in social work practice. Provides tools and methodologies for reflection and analysis. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ONLINE ONLY** This is an online section with no on-campus scheduled meetings.

Moore, Heidi Lynne
hlmoore@salisbury.edu
SOWK 602-731 3418 Ethical Foundation Of Sowk (Online) - Root, Vicki B.
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Focuses on eithical issues in social work practice including a theoretical framework and ethical problem-solving model to systematically evaluate values and resolve ethical dilemmas found in social work practice. Provides tools and methodologies for reflection and analysis. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

Root, Vicki B.
vbroot@salisbury.edu
SOWK 607-691 3627 Social Welf Pol Prctc: An & Ad (Hybrid) - Cox, Barbara L
[+]
Provides understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares for participation in the policy making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Cox, Barbara L
blcox@salisbury.edu
SOWK 607-791 3628 Social Welf Pol Prctc: An & Ad (Online) - Maddalozzo, Michelle A
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Provides understandings of social welfare policy analysis with micro, mezzo and macro social work policy practice knowledge skills. Prepares for participation in the policy making process, integrating both policy analytical and formulation skills, as well as understanding the methods and strategies for advocating for policy change and new policies. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Maddalozzo, Michelle A
mamaddalozzo@salisbury.edu
SOWK 610-610 3973 Theor Analysis Of Behavior I (Hybrid) - Hyman, Batya
[+]
Focuses on the individual, family, and peer group as a social system, and assessment using a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores human development through the lifespan. Presents analysis of several theories which explain human behaviour and inform social work practice. Focus on privilege, oppression, prejudice, and discrimination. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

TETC/Conway Hall Room 279

Hyman, Batya
bxhyman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 610-701 3890 Theor Analysis Of Behavior I (Online) - Messatzzia, Ryan K
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Focuses on the individual, family, and peer group as a social system, and assessment using a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores human development through the lifespan. Presents analysis of several theories which explain human behaviour and inform social work practice. Focus on privilege, oppression, prejudice, and discrimination. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

Messatzzia, Ryan K
rkmessatzzia@salisbury.edu
SOWK 610-791 3610 Theor Analysis Of Behavior I (Online) - Messatzzia, Ryan K
[+]
Focuses on the individual, family, and peer group as a social system, and assessment using a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores human development through the lifespan. Presents analysis of several theories which explain human behaviour and inform social work practice. Focus on privilege, oppression, prejudice, and discrimination. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Messatzzia, Ryan K
rkmessatzzia@salisbury.edu
SOWK 610-792 3932 Theor Analysis Of Behavior I (Online) - Garrison, Jeanetta L
[+]
Focuses on the individual, family, and peer group as a social system, and assessment using a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores human development through the lifespan. Presents analysis of several theories which explain human behaviour and inform social work practice. Focus on privilege, oppression, prejudice, and discrimination. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

**SU/UMUC ONLINE ONLY**

Garrison, Jeanetta L
jlgarrison@salisbury.edu
SOWK 616-691 3616 Social Work Research I (Hybrid) - Sodhi, Mininder K
[+]
The first of two courses in social work and evaluation research. Emphasis on understanding the development and use of scientific knowledge and the application of that knowledge to evaluate social work interventions and program evaluation. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies to enhance the student's use of evidence-based social work knowledge and skills. May be repeated only once. Prerequisite: Foundation status. Corequisites: SOWK 621, SOWK 640 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Sodhi, Mininder K
mksodhi@salisbury.edu
SOWK 616-701 3971 Social Work Research I (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
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The first of two courses in social work and evaluation research. Emphasis on understanding the development and use of scientific knowledge and the application of that knowledge to evaluate social work interventions and program evaluation. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies to enhance the student's use of evidence-based social work knowledge and skills. May be repeated only once. Prerequisite: Foundation status. Corequisites: SOWK 621, SOWK 640 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 616-791 3618 Social Work Research I (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
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The first of two courses in social work and evaluation research. Emphasis on understanding the development and use of scientific knowledge and the application of that knowledge to evaluate social work interventions and program evaluation. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies to enhance the student's use of evidence-based social work knowledge and skills. May be repeated only once. Prerequisite: Foundation status. Corequisites: SOWK 621, SOWK 640 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-610 1074 Social Work Research Ii (Hybrid) - Forte, James A.
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-641 2437 Social Work Research Ii (Hybrid) - Mayhew, Heather Aubree
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

**CECIL Classroom 223** **CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Mayhew, Heather Aubree
hamayhew@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-651 2438 Social Work Research Ii (Hybrid) - Lewis, Lindy Ladd
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC Classroom 201** **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Lewis, Lindy Ladd
lllewis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-661 2439 Social Work Research Ii (Hybrid) - Bowers, Natalie P
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

**USMH Classroom 325** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Bowers, Natalie P
npbowers@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-681 2440 Social Work Research Ii (Hybrid) - Lewis, Lindy Ladd
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

**SMHEC Classroom 127** **SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Lewis, Lindy Ladd
lllewis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-691 3631 Social Work Research Ii (Hybrid) - Bukolt, Deborah A
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Bukolt, Deborah A
dabukolt@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-701 3902 Social Work Research Ii (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

**SU/UMUC Online Only**

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 617-791 3632 Social Work Research Ii (Online) - Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
[+]
The second of two courses focused on the basic concepts and methods of scientific inquiry used to build knowledge and evaluate practice. Builds and expands upon material covered in Social Work Research I. Topics include an introduction to program evaluation, single-subject designs, data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistics, presentation of data and report writing, and application of findings to practice. Special attention is given to applied research methodologies that will enhance the student's use of evidence-based interventions. May be repeated only once with permission of the department. Prerequisite: SOWK 616. Corequisite: SOWK 645 or permission of the department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Van Vulpen, Kimberly Searcey
ksvanvulpen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 620-610 3804 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
[+]
Emphasizes a generalist social work perspective for the mastery of practice theory and the development of engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation skills related to social work practice with individuals and families. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

TETC/Conway Hall - Room 253

Schaefer-Salins, Ellen
exschaefer-salins@salisbury.edu
SOWK 620-614 3972 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Kaul-Black, Mary E
[+]
Emphasizes a generalist social work perspective for the mastery of practice theory and the development of engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation skills related to social work practice with individuals and families. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

TETC/Conway Hall Room 279

Kaul-Black, Mary E
mekaul-black@salisbury.edu
SOWK 620-691 3612 Social Work Practice I (Hybrid) - Sodhi, Mininder K
[+]
Emphasizes a generalist social work perspective for the mastery of practice theory and the development of engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation skills related to social work practice with individuals and families. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Sodhi, Mininder K
mksodhi@salisbury.edu
SOWK 620-791 3614 Social Work Practice I (Online) - Smith, Renee Ashley
[+]
Emphasizes a generalist social work perspective for the mastery of practice theory and the development of engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation skills related to social work practice with individuals and families. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Smith, Renee Ashley
rsmith@salisbury.edu
SOWK 620-792 3976 Social Work Practice I (Online) - Lawler, David M
[+]
Emphasizes a generalist social work perspective for the mastery of practice theory and the development of engagement, assessment, intervention, and evaluation skills related to social work practice with individuals and families. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC SOWK Prgm ONLY*** This is an online class with no on-campus scheduled meetings.

Lawler, David M
dmlawler@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-610 1059 Social Work Practice Ii (Hybrid) - Jones, Jerilisha L
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Jones, Jerilisha L
jljones@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-641 1111 Social Work Practice Ii (Hybrid) - Diamonte-Mock, Christina M
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Diamonte-Mock, Christina M
cmdiamonte-mock@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-651 1112 Social Work Practice Ii (Hybrid) - Kovach, Jennifer
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Kovach, Jennifer
jhkovach@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-661 1113 Social Work Practice Ii (Hybrid) - Doyle, Melissa S
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Doyle, Melissa S
msdoyle@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-681 2275 Social Work Practice Ii (Hybrid) - Doyle, Melissa S
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Doyle, Melissa S
msdoyle@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-701 2616 Social Work Practice Ii (Online) - Larson, Rebecca S
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

Larson, Rebecca S
rasutton@salisbury.edu
SOWK 622-731 2906 Social Work Practice Ii (Online) - Venable, Victoria M
[+]
Second of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work practice. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on mezzo-level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques for planning, assessment and advocacy for family and small group intervention. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Three hours per week.

Venable, Victoria M
vmvenable@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-610 1122 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Erdie, Paula Martin
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Erdie, Paula Martin
pmerdie@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-612 3977 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Erdie, Paula Martin
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

TETC/Conway Hall - Room 226A

Erdie, Paula Martin
pmerdie@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-641 1092 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Larson, Rebecca S
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Larson, Rebecca S
rasutton@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-651 1093 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
mljohnson@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-661 1094 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Miller, Brian K
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Miller, Brian K
bkmiller@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-681 2276 Social Work Practice Iii (Hybrid) - Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Johnson, Malkia Lashan Brown
mljohnson@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-701 3903 Social Work Practice Iii (Online) - Blue, Ciji L
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

**SU/UMUC Online Only**

Blue, Ciji L
clblue@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-731 3424 Social Work Practice Iii (Online) - Burrows-McElwain, Cicely Kenda
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

Burrows-McElwain, Cicely Kenda
ckmcelwain@salisbury.edu
SOWK 623-791 3608 Social Work Practice Iii (Online) - Blue, Ciji L
[+]
Third of three practice courses preparing students for a generalist approach to social work. Expands basic knowledge, values, ethics and skills, with emphasis on macro level problem solving. Includes theories and techniques needed for practice within an organization and/or community context. Prerequisite: SOWK 620. Pre or Corequisite: SOWK 622. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Blue, Ciji L
clblue@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-610 1132 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Hybrid) - Forte, James A.
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-641 1105 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Hybrid) - Biasotto, Marylou F
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

Cecil PE Bldg - Room 221** **CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Biasotto, Marylou F
mfbiasotto@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-651 1106 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Hybrid) - Lowther, Terri Lynn
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Lowther, Terri Lynn
tllowther@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-661 1107 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Hybrid) - Bernier, Lindsey R
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Bernier, Lindsey R
lrbernier@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-681 2272 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Hybrid) - Pinckney, Mary Rebecca
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Pinckney, Mary Rebecca
mrpinckney@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-701 3398 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Online) - Engle, Lori R
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Engle, Lori R
lrengle@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-731 2907 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Online) - Burrows-McElwain, Cicely Kenda
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

Burrows-McElwain, Cicely Kenda
ckmcelwain@salisbury.edu
SOWK 630-791 3624 Theor Analysis Of Behavior Ii (Online) - McCabe, Karen L
[+]
Examines the development of communities and organizations as social systems. Human behavior as affected by race, class, gender, age, and sexual orientation is a major component. Reflects social work's unique integration of theories drawn from sociology, psychology, biology, anthropology and economics to understand the multiple influences on behavior. Macro sociological theories for critical analyses of society, communities, social institutions and social organizations are presented. Develops macro assessment skills. Prerequisite: SOWK 610 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

McCabe, Karen L
klmccabe@salisbury.edu
SOWK 640-791 3619 Field Instruction I (Online) - Meade, Kelly D
[+]
The first of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to participate in an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 620, admission to the graduate social work program. Corequisite: SOWK 616. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Meade, Kelly D
kdmeade@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-642 3372 Field Instruction Ii (Hybrid) - Moszer, Letha Faye Meyer
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Moszer, Letha Faye Meyer
lfmoszer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-651 1115 Field Instruction Ii (Hybrid) - Park, Susan E
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**ESHEC Room 201** **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Park, Susan E
separk@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-661 1116 Field Instruction Ii (Hybrid) - Moore, Heidi Lynne
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**USMH Bldg, Room 424** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Moore, Heidi Lynne
hlmoore@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-681 2521 Field Instruction Ii (Hybrid) - Arban, Kathleen S
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

SMHEC Bldg, Room 121

Arban, Kathleen S
ksarban@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-701 3901 Field Instruction Ii (Online) - Young, Shawn W
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

Young, Shawn W
swyoung@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-731 3420 Field Instruction Ii (Online) - Marvin, Jennifer L
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

Marvin, Jennifer L
jlmarvin@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-791 2457 Field Instruction Ii (Online) - Young, Shawn W
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Young, Shawn W
swyoung@salisbury.edu
SOWK 645-792 3634 Field Instruction Ii (Online) - Meade, Kelly D
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised experience in the delivery of social services, in the same agency students entered in SOWK 640, where students are required to continue an agency-based field practicum for two days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 490 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: SOWK 616, 640. Prerequisites or Corequisites: SOWK 617, 622, 623. Two working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Meade, Kelly D
kdmeade@salisbury.edu
SOWK 653-701 2887 Subst Abuse Assess & Interv (Online) - Willis, Aaron C
[+]
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the recognition, assessment and intervention with persons who abuse substances. Attention is directed to the interactive effects of substance abuse on abusers, on other persons in the abusers' lives, and on society. Other topics explored in the course will include: models of chemical dependency, the dually-diagnosed client; and the comparison and contrast of selected models of intervention. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 653-702 3028 Subst Abuse Assess & Interv (Online) - Willis, Aaron C
[+]
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the recognition, assessment and intervention with persons who abuse substances. Attention is directed to the interactive effects of substance abuse on abusers, on other persons in the abusers' lives, and on society. Other topics explored in the course will include: models of chemical dependency, the dually-diagnosed client; and the comparison and contrast of selected models of intervention. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ONLINE ONLY** This is an online section with no on-campus scheduled meetings.

Willis, Aaron C
acwillis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 654-641 1099 Psychopathology (Hybrid) - Matwiejewicz, Brian D
[+]
Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Matwiejewicz, Brian D
bdmatwiejewicz@salisbury.edu
SOWK 654-651 1100 Psychopathology (Hybrid) - Hyman, Batya
[+]
Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC Classroom 205** **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Hyman, Batya
bxhyman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 654-661 1101 Psychopathology (Hybrid) - Hyman, Batya
[+]
Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Hyman, Batya
bxhyman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 654-681 2460 Psychopathology (Hybrid) - Matwiejewicz, Brian D
[+]
Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Matwiejewicz, Brian D
bdmatwiejewicz@salisbury.edu
SOWK 654-731 3417 Psychopathology (Online) - Moszer, Letha Faye Meyer
[+]
Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***THIS COURSE IS FOR MSW ONLINE STUDENTS ONLY***

Moszer, Letha Faye Meyer
lfmoszer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-610 1131 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Forte, James A.
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Forte, James A.
jaforte@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-611 2888 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-641 1048 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Mayhew, Heather Aubree
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

*Cecil College Students Only* This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Mayhew, Heather Aubree
hamayhew@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-651 1084 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Lewis, Lindy Ladd
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC/Chesapeake Students Only This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Lewis, Lindy Ladd
lllewis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-661 1124 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Venable, Victoria M
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

**USMH/Hagerstown Students Only** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Venable, Victoria M
vmvenable@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-681 2898 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Lewis, Lindy Ladd
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

**Southern MD Students Only** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Lewis, Lindy Ladd
lllewis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-691 3781 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Hybrid) - Fleischer, Priscilla R
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Fleischer, Priscilla R
prfleischer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-701 2459 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Online) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-702 3877 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Online) - Fleischer, Priscilla R
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC ONLINE ONLY*** This is an online section with no schedule on-campus meetings.

Fleischer, Priscilla R
prfleischer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-731 3427 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Online) - Buchanan, Rachel L.
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

Buchanan, Rachel L.
rlbuchanan@salisbury.edu
SOWK 655-791 3635 Evaluation Of Sowk Practice (Online) - Fleischer, Priscilla R
[+]
The study of practice-outcome research, single-case designs and program evaluation in social work. Student is familiarized with appropriate recording and measurement instruments with individuals, groups and families. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Corequisite: SOWK 685. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Fleischer, Priscilla R
prfleischer@salisbury.edu
SOWK 660-691 3620 Adv Practice With Families (Hybrid) - Bukolt, Deborah A
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives and practice skills from both foundation-level and advanced-level curriculum. The course compares, evaluates and presents practice skills from the major models of family therapy. Course content focuses upon applied family interventions in social work practice. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Bukolt, Deborah A
dabukolt@salisbury.edu
SOWK 660-701 3876 Adv Practice With Families (Online) - Park, Susan E
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives and practice skills from both foundation-level and advanced-level curriculum. The course compares, evaluates and presents practice skills from the major models of family therapy. Course content focuses upon applied family interventions in social work practice. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC ONLINE ONLY*** This is an online class with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Park, Susan E
separk@salisbury.edu
SOWK 660-791 3621 Adv Practice With Families (Online) - Park, Susan E
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives and practice skills from both foundation-level and advanced-level curriculum. The course compares, evaluates and presents practice skills from the major models of family therapy. Course content focuses upon applied family interventions in social work practice. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Park, Susan E
separk@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-610 1142 Supervision & Administration (Hybrid) - Tossey, Marvin G.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Tossey, Marvin G.
mgtossey@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-701 2461 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Tossey, Marvin G.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Tossey, Marvin G.
mgtossey@salisbury.edu
SOWK 663-702 3408 Supervision & Administration (Online) - Tossey, Marvin G.
[+]
Introduces advanced-level students to supervision and administration in the human services. Students are introduced to the historical development of supervision in social work. Students will learn to apply knowledge of three primary supervisory functions: administration, education and support of supervisees. Additionally, students will focus on organizational theory as it provides a foundation to models of social work/welfare administration within social welfare delivery systems. Prerequisites: Concentration status. Three hours per week.

Tossey, Marvin G.
mgtossey@salisbury.edu
SOWK 665-731 3429 Field Instruction Iii (Online) - Marvin, Jennifer L
[+]
The first of a two semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to participate in an agency-based field practicum for three days per week under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with an M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires a student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: Concentration Status. Corequisite: SOWK 650. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

Marvin, Jennifer L
jlmarvin@salisbury.edu
SOWK 677-701 3409 Child Welfare (Online) - Wright, Jennifer Owens
[+]
Designed to prepare advanced-level students to be child welfare practitioners able to move beyond the protective focus to practice applications of prevention and change. The curriculum includes knowledge about human services for children, the values and philosophy of family preservation, trends in social welfare policy impacting children and their families, and the effects of gender, race and ethnicity on social work practice with children. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ONLINE SECTION** This is an online section with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Wright, Jennifer Owens
jowright@salisbury.edu
SOWK 677-702 3410 Child Welfare (Online) - Wright, Jennifer Owens
[+]
Designed to prepare advanced-level students to be child welfare practitioners able to move beyond the protective focus to practice applications of prevention and change. The curriculum includes knowledge about human services for children, the values and philosophy of family preservation, trends in social welfare policy impacting children and their families, and the effects of gender, race and ethnicity on social work practice with children. Prerequisite: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ONLINE ONLY** This is an online section with no on-campus scheduled meetings.

Wright, Jennifer Owens
jowright@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-610 1047 Adv Practice With Groups (Hybrid) - Martin, Sara R
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Martin, Sara R
srmartin@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-611 1130 Adv Practice With Groups (Hybrid) - Anthony, Rebecca S
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component.

Anthony, Rebecca S
rsanthony@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-641 1085 Adv Practice With Groups (Hybrid) - O'Hara, Elizabeth L
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

O'Hara, Elizabeth L
elohara@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-651 1128 Adv Practice With Groups (Hybrid) - Ireland, Holly
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**ESHEC Bldg, Room 205** *ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY* This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

Ireland, Holly
hxireland@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-661 1129 Adv Practice With Groups (Hybrid) - Silliman, Jennifer L
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Silliman, Jennifer L
jlsilliman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-681 2899 Adv Practice With Groups (Hybrid) - Ireland, Holly
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

**SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at SMHEC/Southern MD and an online component.

Ireland, Holly
hxireland@salisbury.edu
SOWK 680-731 3425 Adv Practice With Groups (Online) - McCabe, Karen L
[+]
Builds upon theoretical perspectives from human behavior and the social environment, knowledge and skills from foundation-level practice courses, and theory and skills from the advanced theory and practice course. The course familiarizes the practitioner with the concept of the group as therapeutic communities with curative factors. Prerequisite: SOWK 650 or permission of department. Three hours per week.

McCabe, Karen L
klmccabe@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-610 1040 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Holder, Wendy Scarborough
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component. Meeting Dates will be: February 4th, March 4th and April 1st (info provided in syllabus & MyClasses)

Holder, Wendy Scarborough
wlholder@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-611 1045 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Gabbard, Theresa Tovornik
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component. TETC/Conway Hall Tower Room 219 Meeting dates will be: February 4th, March 4th and April 8th

Gabbard, Theresa Tovornik
ttgabbard@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-612 1056 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Thompsen, Pamala Dawn
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component. Meeting Dates will be: February 15th, March 15th, and April 19th

Thompsen, Pamala Dawn
pdthompsen@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-613 3414 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Habeger, Amy Diane
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

This is a hybrid course with scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component. TETC/CONWAY HALL Tower Room 219 Meeting Dates will be: Feb 11th, Mar 11th, and Apr 8th

Habeger, Amy Diane
adhabeger@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-641 1125 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Davis, Joyce M
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**CECIL, PE Bldg, Room 218** **CECIL STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Cecil College and an online component.

Davis, Joyce M
jmdavis@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-651 1126 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - West, Jessie S
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

Location TBA **ESHEC/CHESAPEAKE STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills and an online component.

West, Jessie S
jswest@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-661 1127 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Anderson, Ellen J
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**USMH Bldg, Room 325** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Anderson, Ellen J
ejanderson@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-662 2522 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Pittman, Ann M
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**USMH Bldg, Room 331** **USMH/HAGERSTOWN STUDENTS ONLY** This is an hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Hagerstown and an online component.

Pittman, Ann M
ampittman@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-681 2900 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Pressley, Janis G
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

**SMHEC Bldg, Room 122** **SMHEC/SOUTHERN MD STUDENTS ONLY** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings in Southern MD and an online component.

Pressley, Janis G
jgpressley@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-691 2909 Field Instruction Iv (Hybrid) - Barry, Bryan T
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is a hybrid section with regularly scheduled on-campus meetings and an online component in Europe.

Barry, Bryan T
btbarry@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-701 3875 Field Instruction Iv (Online) - Garrison, Jeanetta L
[+]
The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

***SU/UMUC ONLINE*** This course is online only with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Garrison, Jeanetta L
jlgarrison@salisbury.edu
SOWK 685-791 2910 Field Instruction Iv (Online) - Garrison, Jeanetta L
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The second of a two-semester (fall/spring) sequence of supervised advanced field practicum experience in the delivery of social services where students are required to continue to work three days a week in the same social welfare agency the student entered in SOWK 665 under the supervision of an agency-based field instructor with a M.S.W. Successful completion of the two-course sequence requires the student to fulfill a minimum of 744 hours of field instruction within the same social welfare agency accumulated across the fall and spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOWK 665. Corequisite: SOWK 655. Three working days per week. A seminar with small group discussions on field experiences with related written assignments and activities will be conducted concurrently.

***SU/UMUC Europe Only*** This is an online section for Europe students with no scheduled on-campus meetings.

Garrison, Jeanetta L
jlgarrison@salisbury.edu

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