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Columbia Fall 2014 Schedule

 

COLUMBIA – FALL 2014 Tuesday/Thursday

 LOCATION

Columbia

Fontaine II

400 Arbor Lake Drive

Suite 800

TERM 4 T/TH

July 1 – August 21

 

TERM 5 T/TH

August 26 – October 16

 

TERM 6 T/TH

October 21 – December 11

(No classes on November 27th –Thanksgiving Day)

 

Tues.-Thurs.

5:30 – 7:30 pm

 

6:00 – 7:30 pm

 

 

BI113/114 Human Biology

 

BA207 Financial Accounting  

BA310 Ethical Issues in the Workplace

*CJ330 Corrections

*CS103 Basic Concepts of Internet & WWW

EN091 Developmental Writing

HI112 US History I

ID201 Transition Success

MA093 Developmental Algebra

SW203 Introduction to Social Work

 

BI107/108 Environmental Science

 

BA104 Personal Money Skills

*BA208 Managerial Accounting

BA300 Principles of Management

*CJ460 Special Topics

*EN101 Freshman Composition

HI113 US History II

*MA116 Math Analysis

*SW204 Social Welfare Programs & Policy

SW214 Out of Home Care

 

 

 

*BA312 Business Finance

*BA/HR350 Leadership in Organizations

*BA452 Business Policy

*CJ450 Senior Seminar

*CS105 Introduction to Computer Science

*EN102 Argument & Research

ID201 Transition Success

*ID301 Critical Thinking

PS101 Introduction to Psychology

RE222 New Testament

*SW208 Human Behavior & Social Environ. II

Columbia

 

 

Tues.-Thurs.

7:45 – 9:15 pm

TERM 4 T/TH

July 1 – August 21

 

 

*BA/MA200 Elementary Statistics

*BA/HR323 Organizational Behavior

BA315 Business Law I

*EC203 Microeconomics

PS101 Introduction to Psychology

RE225 Christian Heritage I

SW206 Influences of Sexual Factors

 

TERM 5 T/TH

August 26 – October 16

 

 

*BA221 Accounting Systems

*BA318 Small Business Management

*BA341 Principles of Marketing

*CJ350 Criminal Justice Management

*EC204 Macroeconomics

*EN105 Public Speaking

*HI338 African-American History

*ID301 Critical Thinking

*PS210 Sensation and Perception

*SW205 Human Behavior and Social Env

TERM 6 T/TH

October 21 – December 11

(No classes on November 27th –Thanksgiving Day)

 

AR240 Art Appreciation

BA103 Introduction to Business

*BA322 Human Resources Management

*BA330 Intermediate Accounting I

*BA346 Sales Management 

*CS102 Microcomputer Applications

*EN311 African American Literature

HI110 World Civilization I

SW206 Influence of Sexual Factors on Behavior

Classes meet TUESDAY and THURSDAY from 6:00 to 7:30 pm and 7:45 to 9:15 pm unless noted otherwise.

*Prerequisite – check the current Academic Catalog


 

COLUMBIA - FALL 2014 Monday/Wednesday

LOCATION

Columbia

Fontaine II

400 Arbor Lake Drive

Suite 800

TERM 4 M/W

July 2 – August 20

 

TERM 5 M/W

August 25 – October 15

(No classes on September 1st – Labor Day)

TERM 6 M/W

October 20 – December 10

Mon.-Wed.

5:30 – 7:30 pm

 

6:00 – 7:30 pm

 

 

BI107/108 Environmental Science

 

AR240 Art Appreciation

BA300 Principles of Management

*BA401 Performance Management

*CJ410 Social Control & Deviance

*EN201 Experiences in Literature

MA092 Developmental Math

SW207 Gerontology

*SW301 SW Intervention I

 

 

 

 

*BA215 Business Communications

*BA/HR324 Managing Diversity in the Workplace

*CJ301 Law Enforcement Theories, Process & Pract.

*CS103 Basic Concepts of Internet & WWW

EN091 Developmental Writing

HI112 US History I

*MA110 Mathematics for Liberal Arts

PS101 Introduction to Psychology

*SW304 Social Work Intervention II

SW310 Domestic Violence

 

BI113/114 Human Biology

 

BA317 Legal Issues in Technology

*BA/PS323 Organizational Behavior

*CJ345 Community Corrections

*CS105 Intro to Computer Science

*EN101 Freshman Composition

MU205 Music Appreciation

PS305 Learning & Memory

SW209 Practice with Culturally Diverse Pop.

 

Columbia

 

 

Mon.-Wed.

7:45 – 9:15 pm

TERM 4 M/W

July 2 – August 20

 

 

BA104 Personal Money Skills

*BA/MA200 Elementary Statistics

BA341 Principles of Marketing

CS091 Computer Literacy

HI113 US History II

ID201 Transition Success

PO243 State and Local Government

*PS307 Social Psychology

SW212 Child Maltreatment & Fam. Preserv.

TERM 5 M/W

August 25 – October 15

(No classes on September 1st – Labor Day)

 

BA/PL310 Ethical Issues in the Workplace

BA315 Business Law I

CJ203 Criminal Law

*CS102 Microcomputer Applications

CS/HI320 History of Business & Technology

*EN102 Argument & Research

*ID301 Critical Thinking

RE221 Old Testament

*SW302 Social Work Specialized Groups

 

TERM 6 M/W

October 20 – December 10

 

 

BA103 Introduction to Business

BA316 Business Law II

BA311 Staffing and Labor Relations

*BA452 Business Policy

HI111 World Civilization II

ID201 Transition Success

IS150 Global Issues

*SW230 Social Work Ethics

*SW350 Social Work Research

Classes meet MONDAY and WEDNESDAY from 6:00 to7:30 pm and 7:45 to 9:15 pm unless noted otherwise.

*Prerequisite – check the current Academic Catalog