Graduate Catalog Addendum (2010 - 2011) by Defiance College

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addendum to the defiance college graduate catalog 2010 ‐ 2011 november 2010 admission decision page 8 conditional admission final official transcript reflecting degree completion is missing international graduate students – financial responsibility page 12 fall 2010 – summer 2011 tuition $15,300 for 36 credit hours fees $425 room and board $12,180 student health insurance required $590 total $28,495 the total amount below is the student’s responsibility books and supplies estimated $1600 personal and transportation amount will vary depending on personal need and home country tuition and fees page 26 tuition and fees 2010 ‐ 2011 academic year ♦ tuition for all graduate courses per credit hour ‐ $425 per credit hour ♦ tuition for master of arts in education graduate adolescent and young adult licensure program includes undergraduate and graduate courses ‐ $425 per credit hour ♦ tuition for the master of business

business office for alternate coverage ‐ $590 per year or $354 spring summer accessibility services location office of career development hubbard hall room 128 hours m‐f 8am to 4:30 pm phone x2349 defiance college is committed to providing educational opportunities for qualified students with documented disabilities through the provision of reasonable accommodations in compliance with the provisions of the americans with disabilities act ada of 1990 and section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973 section 504 the purpose of accommoda‐ tions is to provide equal access to educational opportunities without al‐ tering essential elements of programs or courses all requests for accom‐ modations are evaluated on an individual basis after review and evalua‐ tion of documentation it is the responsibility of the student to request necessary accommodations and the student should do so as early as pos‐ sible as some accommodations may require time

engaged and articulate professionals who can use sound and credible information and research to inform their practice and advance their pro‐ fessions by communicating and collaborating with others   master of arts in education course descriptions page 59 ed546 reading diagnosis remediation 3 the study of appropriate ready diagnostic and remedial procedures for assessing learner strengths and weaknesses is the course focus candi‐ dates will be expected to develop and use diagnostic and remedial strate‐ gies in their own classrooms or other approved contexts this course is intended for licensed teachers who are working toward meeting the re‐ quirements of the mandated 12 hour reading core which is required for the ohio reading endorsement prerequisites ed508 ed578 internship in adolescent and young adult 12 an intensive 15 weeks full day teaching experience in a classrooms grades 7 to 12 in the content areas identified in the license sought by the graduate

curing a teaching license and beginning the job search must be taken concurrently with ed578 2010‐2011 academic calendar   fall semester 2010 new faculty orientation tuesday aug 17 faculty workshop wednesday – friday aug 18‐20 registration evening classes begin undergraduate graduate monday aug 23 day classes and labs begin undergraduate graduate tuesday aug 24 monday‐friday aug 23‐27 1st 8‐week classes begin late registration ends at 6:30 p.m thursday aug 26 last day to drop/add courses friday aug 27 labor day holiday no classes monday sept 6 bi‐weekly courses weekend college begin wednesday‐saturday sept 8‐11 monday‐friday oct 11‐15 last week of 1st 8‐week classes midterm wednesday oct 13 fall midterm break no classes thursday night classes meet friday octr 15 midterm grades due by 12 noon monday october 18 monday‐friday oct 18‐22 2nd 8‐week classes begin last day to withdraw w automatic

spring semester 2011 offices reopen monday jan 3 day/evening classes begin ug grad monday january 10 monday–friday january 10‐14 1st 8‐week classes begin late registration ends at 6:30 p.m thursday january 13 last day to drop/add courses thursday january 13 martin luther king holiday no classes – offices closed monday january 17 bi‐weekly/weekend college begin tuesday ‐ saturday jan 18‐22 midterm tuesday march 1 monday – friday feb 28‐mar 4 last week of 1st 8‐week classes spring vacation begins at close of classes friday march 4 midterm grades due by 12 noon monday march 14 classes resume at 8:00 a.m monday march 14 monday – friday mar 14‐18 2nd 8‐week classes begin last day to withdraw w automatic w friday march 25 weekend college last day to withdraw w automatic “w” saturday mar 26 honors convocation sunday apr 10 good friday holiday no classes friday apr 22 last week

summer schedule 2011 bi‐weekly courses begin undergraduate graduate monday ‐ friday may 9‐13 summer session i may 16 – june 24 memorial day holiday no classes monday may 30 summer session ii june 27‐aug 5 summer session i grades due at 12 noon wednesday july 6 offices closed and no classes – independence day monday july 4 last week bi‐weekly courses monday – friday aug 1‐5 summer session ii wec grades due at 12 noon wednesday aug 10