Graduate Spring I 2013
January 7 - March 8, 2013
Revised Dec. 13, 2012
|Mon||COUN 5050||54||Human Growth & Development||Keller|
|Mon||COUN 5620||54||Techniques of Crisis Intervention||McInerny|
|Mon||HRDV 5000||54||Introduction to Human Resources||Tripp|
|Tue||COUN 5200||54||Theories of Counseling||Tysinger|
|Tue||HRMG 5000||54||Managing Human Resources||Karns|
|Wed||BUSN 5620||54||Current Economic Analysis||Terrell|
|Wed||COUN 5850||54||Research & Program Evaluation||Provenzano|
|Wed||COUN 6000||54||Counseling Practicum||McInerny|
|Wed||COUN 6500||GE||Internship (3.0 credit)||Varnadore|
|Wed||COUN 6500||GI||Internship (1.5 credit)||Varnadore|
|Wed||HRDV/HRMG/MNGT 6000||54||Integrated Studies||Henderson|
|Thur||COUN 5630||54||Techniques of Substance Abuse||Padgett|
Unforeseen events, on occasion, may result in changes to the published schedule
All evening classes meet from 5:45 - 10:00 pm
Office hours: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm Monday - Thursday
If enrollment in a class exceeds 25 students, that class may be split into two classes This is at the discretion of the Greenville Metro Campus Director. The split will be made with 55% of students remaining in the original section and 45% being placed in the new section. This percentage breakdown allows the new section the flexibility to accommodate additional enrollments. Student placement in a section will be determined by date of registration. Students with earlier registration dates remain in the original section, while students with later dates will be placed in the new section.
The original class will be CLOSED on the day that the class is split.
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