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Fall 2020 Tentative Schedule - Online

Session 1: August 31 - October 23


Course
Title
Time
Instructor
EAD 810 03
Community/Staff Relations
Patricia Kardambikis
EAD 830 03
Principles
Eugene Thomas
EAD 980 03
Internship
Eugene Thomas
EAD 990 03
Superintendent Internship
Kardambikis
ED 940 03
Research
Karen Matis
REA 820 03
Literacy Middle/Secondary
Jennifer Toney
SED 702 03
Behavior Management
Jill Mancza
CE 810 03
Foundations of Counseling
Alexandra Varela
CE 890 03
Counseling Theories and Practice
Melinda Wise
CE 981 03
School Counselor Practicum
Ali DuBois
CE 981 03
CMHC Practicum
Ali DuBois
MBA 710 03
Managing Communications and Information
Robert Badowski
MBA 730 03
Marketing Management
Ron Emery
MBA 750 03
Business Analytics and Strategic Managment
Jacob Fassler

 

Session 2: October 26 - December 18


Course
Title
Time
Instructor
EAD 850 04
School Law
Jill Mansczka
EAD 840 04
Supervision
Jerald Barris
EAD 902 04
School Physical Plant and Demographics
Patricia Kardambikis
EAD 903 04
Collective Bargaining and HR
Cathleen Cubelic
EP 810 04
Assessment and Data Anaylsis
Patrick Mannarino
REA 860 04
Lead Sch. Lit. Program
Carolyn McVicker
CE 820 04
Elementary and Secondary School Counseling
Michele McClelland
CE 910 04
Adv. Multicultural Counseling
Michelle Tanner
CE 815 04
Family Counseling
Melinda Wise
MBA 740 04
Business Law and Ethics
Marvin Walker
MBA 751 04
Data Mining
Jacob Fassler

 

Fall Semester 2020 Important Dates: Session 1


June 22
Monday
Registration for Fall Semester Opens
August 31
Monday
CLASSES BEGIN
September 8
Tuesday
Last day to drop/add a course
October 2
Friday
Last day to withdrawal
October 23
Friday
Last day for Session 1
October 27
Tuesday
Session 1 grades are due by noon

 

Fall Semester 2020 Important Dates: Session 2


October 26
Monday
CLASSES BEGIN
November 3
Tuesday
Last day to drop/add course
November 27
Friday
Last day to withdrawal
December 18
Friday
Last day for Session 2
December 22
Tuesday
Session 2 grades are due by noon

 

100% Face-to-Face Course or Blended course that is primarily face-to-face


Timeframe
Status
Fees
Course Fees
Before 3rd Class
Drop
$0
$0 charged for course
3rd through 5th class
Withdrawal from Course
$0
Full Charge for Course
5th class & after (with special permission)
Withdrawal from Course
$100
Full Charge for Course

 

If a student does not log in at all, or does not participate academically in the course (see below), the course would be considered dropped within the add/drop period, and there would be no fee for the course. Conversely, if it is demonstrated that the student academically participated in the course after the add/drop period, they would be responsible for the full course charges.

Rules for documenting academic participation would be consistent with those prescribed under federal regulations for determining withdrawal from a course for federal financial aid purposes. Examples of academic participation are: submission of an assignment, submission of an exam, posting to an on-line study group or discussion forum, or contact with a faculty member to ask a question about the academic subject of the course.