Academic Catalog 2006 -2008 Fall 2007 Addendum by Defiance College

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2007-2008 academic calendar fall semester 2007 new faculty orientation tuesday august 21 faculty workshop wednesday – friday august 22-24 adult new student orientation saturday august 25 registration and evening classes begin undergraduate graduate monday august 27 day classes and labs begin undergraduate graduate tuesday august 28 late registration ends at 6:30 p.m thursday august 30 last day to drop/add courses thursday august 30 labor day holiday no classes monday september 3 weekend college courses begin friday september 7 midterm thursday october 18 midterm break no classes thursday night classes meet friday october 19 midterm grades due by 12 noon monday october 22 last day to withdraw with an automatic w monday october 29 faculty development day no classes tuesday night classes meet wednesday november 21 thanksgiving vacation thursday friday november 22 23 classes resume at 8:00 a.m monday november 26 last day of classes undergraduate graduate friday december 7

summer schedule 2008 adult new student orientation summer session i weekend college courses begin memorial day holiday no classes summer session ii summer session i grades due at 12 noon independence day last day of classes for weekend college courses summer session ii and wec grades due at 12 noon saturday may 3 may 5-june 20 friday may 9 monday may 26 june 23-august 8 wednesday june 25 friday july 4 saturday august 9 wednesday august 13 fall semester 2008 new faculty orientation tuesday august 19 faculty workshop wednesday – friday august 20-22 adult new student orientation saturday august 23 registration and evening classes begin undergraduate graduate monday august 25 day classes and labs begin undergraduate graduate tuesday august 26 late registration ends at 6:30 p.m thursday august 28 last day to drop/add courses thursday august 28 labor day holiday no classes monday september 1 weekend college courses begin friday september 5 midterm thursday october 16 midterm break

weekend college courses begin martin luther king holiday no classes – offices closed midterm midterm grades due by 12 noon spring vacation begins at close of classes classes resume at 8:00 a.m last day to withdraw from class with automatic w good friday holiday no classes thursday night classes meet last day of classes for weekend college courses honors convocation last day of classes undergraduate graduate reading day final examinations graduating students grades due at 5:00 p.m commencement mother’s day grades due at 12 noon the information below replaces the corresponding section in the 2006-2008 catalog changes are marked in bold friday january 16 monday january 19 wednesday march 4 monday march 16 friday march 6 monday march 16 thursday march 23 friday april 10 saturday april 18 sunday april 19 wednesday april 29 thursday april 30 friday-wednesday may 1-6 thursday may 7 sunday may 10 wednesday may 13 tuition and fees schedule of fees 2007 – 2008 p 11

senior citizens tuition per course $90 any person who has reached 60 years of age may enroll in an undergraduate course for this reduced fee senior citizens may enroll in graduate courses but will be charged the usual graduate tuition rate audits of graduate courses are not allowed comprehensive tuition per semester 12-17 credits per semester $10,060 room per semester mcreynolds/whitney hall double room $1,780 jacket suites – double room $1,780 grand avenue apts – double room $1,850 meal plan if a resident student meal plan is required 19 meals $25/semester flex spending $1,580 14 meals $35/semester flex spending $1,515 10 meals $50/semester flex spending $1,450 75 block meal plan – seniors in apartment $660 auditing courses any undergraduate student may audit a course auditing fee is $85 per credit hour when class size is limited full-fee students have priority full-time students may receive one free audit per semester private music instruction cannot be

meets the requirements for red cross certification in community first aid and cpr including infant child and adult cpr the course concentrates on the immediate temporary care given to the victims of an accident or sudden illness until professional help is secured after satisfactorily completing the practical requirements and tests students will receive community first aid and cpr cards a field-service component is required as part of the course p 36 the arts and humanities interdisciplinary major is for the student who wants intellectual engagement in more than one subject this degree is focused on high development of critical thinking communication and intellectual or artistic awareness a student works with the arts and humanities advisor to choose courses that meet their intellectual and career goals the 42-hour major in arts humanities includes the following course requirements two 3-credit hour courses from each of the following disciplines art communication arts english history

the course numbers for hi 240 250 and 260 have been changed raising them to the 300 level they also have additional prerequisites changes are in bold below psychology py 320 has been eliminated as an elective option in psychology py/sw 345 has been added as an elective option in psychology the history major requires 39 credit hours hi 201 us history to 1877 3 hi 202 us history from 1877 3 hi 203 europe ancient and medieval 3 hi 204 europe the italian renaissance to the present 3 hi 205 the 20th century world 3 hi 336 history of the constitution 3 hi 398 historical methods and public history 3 hi 498 seminar senior capstone experience 3 py/sw 345 addictive-compulsive behavior 3 this course will examine a wide variety of addictions such as drugs work food gambling and video gaming it will investigate the addictive processes upon the brain personality mood and motivation a strong focus will be on addiction s disruption of family interactions occupational life and other social

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sandra golden assistant professor of education 2007 – cuyahoga community college a.a.b 1993 dyke college b.s 1995 cleveland state university m ed 1997 m.a 2000 kent state university ph d 2007 nathan griggs assistant professor of biology 2004 – purdue university b.s 1984 b.s.c 1984 wright state university ph.d 1990 gregg gunsch associate professor of computer forensics 2006 bismarck junior college a.a 1977 university of north dakota b.s 1979 air force institute of technology m.s 1983 university of illinois at urbana ph.d 1990 mary catherine harper associate professor of english 1999 – montana state university b.a 1986 bowling green state university ph.d 1992 diane l kaiser instructor of education coordinator of field and clinical experience 2000 michigan state university b.a 1970 m.a 1992 edward kamau assistant professor of marketing 2005 university of nairobi kenya b.a 1991 vanderbilt university mba 1994 douglas kane assistant professor of biology 2007 –

edward timmons assistant professor of economics 2007 – lebanon valley college b.a 2001 lehigh university m.s 2003 ph.d 2007 kevin m tong assistant professor of sport science 1997 – ohio university b.s 1995 wagner college m.s ed 1997 susan c wajert professor of business administration coordinator of master of business and organizational leadership program 2000 — bowling green state university b.s.n 1976 university of toledo m.a 1986 the union institute ph.d 1997 jeffrey s weaner professor of sociology and social work 1977 defiance college b.s 1973 west virginia university m.s.w 1976 jeanne p williams assistant professor of communication 2002 west virginia university b.s 1972 marshall university m.a.1973 ohio state university ph.d 1986 laurie s worrall assistant professor of education dean of mcmaster school for advancing humanity 2007 – northern michigan university b.a 1984 depaul university m.s 1996 university of pennsylvania ph.d 2005 alesia yakos-brown