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Courses for Business People

This semester, Keene State offers you an array of courses in topics from architecture to computer science and management to sustainability for career, personal, and professional development. Courses are taught at your workplace, on the Keene State College campus, online, or through a combination of distance and in-class learning.

Are you looking to advance in your job or change it, switch careers, or brush up on skills? KSC can help you achieve your goals. This newsletter highlights some of the many Keene State College courses available to you this spring at a reasonable cost. Register now for summer classes.  Registration for weekend, other short courses, and online courses is ongoing.

Tuition Information

Online Education Certificate Programs

Offering quality and convenience of anytime, anywhere learning, KSC’s selfpaced programs offer web-based learning. Most programs can be completed in less than six months. Books, lessons, quizzes, and assignments are included. Grades combine computer-graded tests and an instructor’s evaluation of your work. More than 160 courses in seven different categories are available. For a complete listing of programs, visit www.gatlineducation.com/keene/.

Online Courses

Convenient, affordable, and effective, Keene State’s instructor-facilitated noncredit online courses are highly interactive. With more than 360 ed2go courses in 29 different areas of study, you have hundreds of engaging online courses from which to choose. Hallmarks are patient, caring instructors; lively discussions with fellow students; and practical information you can put to immediate use. Most courses are $99 each. For details on these and all other courses, check www.ed2go.com/keene.

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Accounting, Bookkeeping, and QuickBooks

Financial Accounting

Obligatory meeting with Professor Brown before course begins. & Summer office hours TBD.
  • MGT-213-01C , . . Instructor: Elizabeth Hawes Brown (Summer 2014)
  • MGT-213-02C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. SCIC163. Instructor: Laura Jean LaBounty (Spring 2014)
  • MGT-213-01C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. MORR109. Instructor: Linda M Hadden (Fall 2014)
  • MGT-213-01C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. MORR201. Instructor: Linda M Hadden (Spring 2014)

Managerial Accounting

Obligatory meeting with Professor Brown before course begins. & Summer office hours TBD.
  • MGT-214-01C , . . Instructor: Elizabeth Hawes Brown (Summer 2014)
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Architecture

Architectural CAD I

This course introduces architectural computer-aided drafting (CAD) with state-of-the-art applications. Students, through a combination of lectures, hands-on exercises, and drawing problems, build a solid foundation of two-dimensional CAD skills and apply these skills creating architectural plans, sections, and elevations according to professional drafting standards, techniques, and practices. Fall, Spring.

  • ARCH-120-01C WF, 4:00PM‑5:45PM (W), 10:00AM‑11:45AM (F). TDS. Instructor: Richard H Wallace (Fall 2014)
  • ARCH-120-02C WF, 6:00PM‑7:45PM (W), 12:00PM‑1:45PM (F). TDS. Instructor: Richard H Wallace (Fall 2014)
  • ARCH-120-01C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Richard H Wallace (Spring 2014)
  • ARCH-120-02C MW, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Richard H Wallace (Spring 2014)

Architectural CAD II

An intermediate course in computer-aided drafting using state-of-the art architectural drafting software. Students, through a combination of lectures, hands-on exercises, and drawing problems, learn three-dimensional CAD skills to generate architectural design and detail drawings according to professional drafting standards, techniques, and practices. Prerequisite: ARCH 120 or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • ARCH-220-01C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Michael J Petrovick (Fall 2014)
  • ARCH-220-02C TR, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Michael J Petrovick (Fall 2014)
  • ARCH-220-01C TR, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Michael J Petrovick (Spring 2014)

Architectural Design II

Studio investigations of fundamental design concepts, principles, and processes. Projects focus on the creation of both abstract and programmed architectural forms and spaces with an emphasis on formal and aesthetic values and the development of a visual vocabulary. The exercises are oriented toward the achievement of creative individual expression. Prerequisite: ARCH 230 and permission of instructor. Fall only.

  • ARCH-235-01C MW, 12:00PM‑2:30PM. TDS. Instructor: Bartlomiej K Sapeta (Fall 2014)
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Building and Construction

Residential Construction

A study of residential construction technology systems, including the planning, materials and processes used by building contractors to build residential structures. The interrelationship of societal needs, the environment, and quality of life as they affect building design and construction practices are examined. Two-hour lecture, three-hour lab. Fall, Spring.
  • ARCH-275-01C TR, 9:00AM‑11:00AM (T), 9:00AM‑11:45AM (R). TDS. Instructor: Charles A Sheaff (Fall 2014)
  • ARCH-275-01C TR, 9:00AM‑11:00AM (T), 9:00AM‑11:45AM (R). TDS. Instructor: Charles A Sheaff (Spring 2014)
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Coaching

Introduction to Coaching

Course is designed as an introduction to coaching. Topics covered include developing a personal coaching philosophy, planning for coaching, conditioning for sport participation, effective teaching of sport skills, sport psychology, legal responsibilities, and nutrition for competition. Spring.
  • PE-210-01C W, 4:00PM‑6:45PM. SGYM132. Instructor: Donna M Smyth (Spring 2014)
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Communication

Public Speaking

Through experience in a variety of speaking situations, students gain self-confidence in the organization of thought and self-expression. Fall, Spring.
  • IHCOMM-171-01C MTWR, 10:00AM‑11:55AM. MEDI158. Instructor: Michael McCarthy (Summer 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-02C MW, 6:00PM‑10:00PM. SCIC102. Instructor: Holly R Falzo (Summer 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-03C MTWR, 9:30AM‑11:30AM. MEDI158. Instructor: Holly R Falzo (Summer 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-01C MW, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. HUNR005. Instructor: Michael McCarthy (Spring 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-03C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. HUNR004. Instructor: Michael McCarthy (Spring 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-04C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MEDI158. Instructor: Deborah I Doubleday (Spring 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-08C TR, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. HUNR004. Instructor: Peggie A Partello (Spring 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-09C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. HUNR004. Instructor: Peggie A Partello (Spring 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-12C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MEDI158. Instructor: Deborah I Doubleday (Spring 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-03C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MEDI158. Instructor: Deborah I Doubleday (Fall 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-07C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. HUNR004. Instructor: Michael McCarthy (Fall 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-11C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. HUNR005. Instructor: Robert C Schaumann (Fall 2014)
  • IHCOMM-171-CL3C MTWR, 9:30AM‑11:30AM. MEDI158. Instructor: Holly R Falzo (Summer 2014)
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Criminal Justice

Corrections

An overview of the correctional process with an emphasis on the social, political, and economic influences upon this process. Topics to be examined include the impact of race, class, and gender on the correctional system; the uses and effectiveness of institutional placements; and intermediate sanctions and community-based programming. Fall.
  • CJS-201-01C MW, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. SCIC282. Instructor: Richard N Van Wickler (Spring 2014)
  • CJS-201-01C MW, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. MORR107. Instructor: Richard N Van Wickler (Fall 2014)

Criminology

An overview of the field of criminology. The areas considered range from the definitions, origins, and extent of crime and law, to causal theories of criminal behavior, to types of crimes and victims. Particularly stressed is an analysis of the relationship between law and society and social structure to crime. Prerequisite: CJS 101 or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • CJS-240-01C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. RHODS203. Instructor: Angela Barlow (Spring 2014)
  • CJS-240-01C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Angela Barlow (Fall 2014)
  • CJS-240-01C , . . Instructor: Angela Barlow (Summer 2014)

Studies in Criminal Justice

Studies in Criminal Justice. See course listings for details. Prerequisite: CJS 240. Occasionally.

  • CJS-390-02C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. SCIC154. Instructor: Angela Barlow (Fall 2014)
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Finance and Financial Planning

Financial Management

Obligatory meeting with Professor Brown before course begins. & Summer office hours TBD.
  • MGT-319-01C , . . Instructor: Elizabeth Hawes Brown (Summer 2014)
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Language and Culture

Elementary French I

Introduction to basic skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding information in newspapers and on Internet sites, and exploring the contemporary French-speaking world. For students with little or no prior knowledge of French.
  • IHFR-101-01C MW, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. MORR105. Instructor: Brian J Donovan (Fall 2014)
  • IHFR-101-02C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Brian J Donovan (Fall 2014)
  • IHFR-101-03C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR208. Instructor: (Fall 2014)
  • IHFR-101-04C TR, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Thomas J Durnford (Fall 2014)
  • IHFR-101-02C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Brian J Donovan (Spring 2014)
  • IHFR-101-03C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MORR109. Instructor: Peter J Graboski (Spring 2014)
  • IHFR-101-04C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR109. Instructor: Julia M Dutton (Spring 2014)
  • IHFR-101-05C MW, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Daniel J Huntley (Spring 2014)
  • IHFR-101-01C MTWR, 10:00AM‑11:55AM. MORR105. Instructor: Brian J Donovan (Summer 2014)
  • IHFR-101-01C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Brian J Donovan (Spring 2014)

Elementary French II

Development of skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding and reading information in newspapers and on Internet sites, and exploring contemporary issues in the French-speaking world. Students should have prior knowledge of basic French.
  • IHFR-102-01C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Peter J Graboski (Fall 2014)
  • IHFR-102-02C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. HUNR013. Instructor: Peter J Graboski (Spring 2014)
  • IHFR-102-01C MTWR, 12:00PM‑1:55PM. MORR105. Instructor: Brian J Donovan (Summer 2014)

Elementary German I

Introduction to basic skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding information in newspapers and on Internet sites, and exploring contemporary German-speaking Europe. For students with no prior knowledge of German.
  • IHGER-101-01C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR206. Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Spring 2014)
  • IHGER-101-01C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MORR203. Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Fall 2014)
  • IHGER-101-02C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Fall 2014)

Elementary German II

Development of skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding and reading information in newspapers and on Internet sites, and exploring contemporary issues in German-speaking Europe. Students should have prior knowledge of basic German.
  • IHGER-102-01C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Spring 2014)
  • IHGER-102-01C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Fall 2014)
  • IHGER-102-01C , . . Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Summer 2014)

Elementary Spanish I

Introduction to basic skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding and reading information in newspapers and Internet sites, and exploring the contemporary Spanish-speaking world. For students with little or no prior knowledge of Spanish. Fall, Spring.

  • IHSP-101-02C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Marilyn G McMaster (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-101-03C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Griselda Witkowski (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-101-04C MW, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. MORR204. Instructor: Emily E Bennett (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-101-01C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR208. Instructor: (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-101-02C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-101-03C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Marilyn G McMaster (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-101-04C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR207. Instructor: Gladys Patricia Acevedo (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-101-05C TR, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR202. Instructor: Gladys Patricia Acevedo (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-101-01C MTWR, 10:00AM‑11:55AM. MORR107. Instructor: Gladys Patricia Acevedo (Summer 2014)
  • IHSP-101-01C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Aida L Dean (Fall 2014)

Elementary Spanish II

Development of skills to communicate about personal and everyday topics, including informal conversations with native speakers, finding and reading information in newspapers and Internet sites, and exploring contemporary issues in the Spanish-speaking world. Students should have prior knowledge of basic Spanish.

  • IHSP-102-01C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Lisa R Digiovanni (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-102-02C MW, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. MORR105. Instructor: Lisa R Digiovanni (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-102-03C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Griselda Witkowski (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-102-04C MW, 6:00PM‑7:45PM. MORR204. Instructor: Gladys Patricia Acevedo (Fall 2014)
  • IHSP-102-02C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. MORR105. Instructor: Rafael E Ponce-Cordero (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-102-03C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Griselda Witkowski (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-102-04C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR105. Instructor: Griselda Witkowski (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-102-05C MW, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. MORR105. Instructor: Rafael E Ponce-Cordero (Spring 2014)
  • IHSP-102-01C MTWR, 12:00PM‑1:55PM. MORR107. Instructor: Gladys Patricia Acevedo (Summer 2014)

Intermediate German II

Advanced development of writing and speaking skills to discuss contemporary issues in German-speaking Europe; read newspapers, websites, and short fiction; and understand German films. Students should have intermediate-level knowledge of German. Spring only.
  • IHGER-202-01C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. MORR101. Instructor: Alison M Pantesco (Spring 2014)
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Management

Introduction to Management

An examination of the principles underlying the management of organizational activities. Management theory and practice including: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; decision making, motivation, leadership, and communication will be covered. Topics also include: globalization, technology, corporate social responsibility, ethics, conflict management, and organizational change. Fall, Spring.

  • MGT-101-04C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. HUNR002. Instructor: Emily T Porschitz (Spring 2014)
  • MGT-101-01C MW, 12:00PM‑3:55PM. TBA. Instructor: Emily T Porschitz (Summer 2014)
  • MGT-101-04C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. MORR201. Instructor: John R Pappalardo (Fall 2014)
  • MGT-101-08C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. BLAK101. Instructor: Vicky L Morton (Fall 2014)
  • MGT-101-01C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. BLAK101. Instructor: Stephen C King (Spring 2014)
  • MGT-101-03C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. HUNR004. Instructor: Stephen C King (Spring 2014)

Mathematics for Management

Intensive review of fractions, decimals, percents, order of operations, solving equations, evaluating formulas, ratios and proportions and linear functions. Open only to management majors and minors who do not pass the mathematics assessment exam for management. Graded Pass/Fail. Fall, Spring.
  • MATH-102-01C TR, 4:00PM‑5:20PM. SCIC154. Instructor: Kaitlyn Ann Taft (Fall 2014)
  • MATH-102-01C TR, 6:00PM‑7:20PM. WN88201. Instructor: Eileen M Phillips (Spring 2014)

Organizational Theory and Behavior

Analyzes approaches to managing modern organizations, using organizational theory to assess problems of administration in public and private organizations. Emphasizes internal structure, leadership, planning and personnel utilization problems, and external influences, bargaining and coalition formation relationships, and the nature of authority and organizational behavior. Prerequisites: Management majors and minors only, grade C or higher in MGT 101 and junior standing, or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.
  • MGT-301-01C MTWR, 8:00AM‑11:55AM. HUNR009. Instructor: John R Pappalardo (Summer 2014)

Quantitative Decision-Making

An introduction to quantitative analysis for management to provide students with an opportunity to learn the basic concepts and the quantitative/analytical tools used in the process of decision-making and problem-solving. Prerequisite: MATH 102 or passing grade on the Math Assessment Exam. Fall, Spring.

  • MGT-202-01C MTWR, 12:00PM‑1:55PM. BLAK101. Instructor: Emily T Porschitz (Summer 2014)
  • MGT-202-01C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. HUNR009. Instructor: Robert W Simoneau (Fall 2014)
  • MGT-202-04C R, 6:00PM‑9:30PM. HUNR004. Instructor: David N Beaudry (Fall 2014)
  • MGT-202-02C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. BLAKBB1. Instructor: Robert W Simoneau (Spring 2014)
  • MGT-202-04C R, 6:00PM‑9:30PM. SCIC175. Instructor: David N Beaudry (Spring 2014)
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Safety

Construction Safety Standards

Compliance with OSHA standards specific to construction, including rights and responsibilities under OSHA, inspections, citations, appeals, and record keeping. The course will also cover the most frequently referenced OSHA, NFPA, ACGIH, CGA, NIOSH, ANSI, and ASTM standards in the construction industry. Prerequisites: SOHAS majors or minors only, SAFE 202 or permission of the instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-206-01C TR, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-206-01C TR, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Fall 2014)

Critical Incident Response

The emergency planning process includes planning, preparing, responding and recovering from an emergency. This course will introduce the key activities in the emergency planning process such as; vulnerability analysis, incident command, and asset protection. Prerequisites: SAFE 303, Safety Studies majors or minors only or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.
  • SAFE-402-01C W, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Jeffrey W Morel (Fall 2014)

Fire and HAZMAT Response

An overview of the National Fire Protection Association Codes that apply to occupational exposures. The safe handling, storage, and use of hazardous materials for industrial, commercial, transportation, and public service operations are covered in detail. Fire and accident prevention measures, training, regulatory requirements, emergency procedures and response are studied. Prerequisites: Safety Studies majors or minors only, or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-203-01C T, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Jeffrey W Morel (Fall 2014)

Health Hazard Identification

Reviews health hazards in industry and their effects on humans. Study of hazards involved with chemical, physical and biological stressors at work. Explores methods of hazard identification recognition and control. Prerequisites: SAFE 202, SOHAS majors or minors only, or permission of the instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-305-01C MTWRF, 12:00PM‑4:00PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Summer 2014)
  • SAFE-305-01C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Fall 2014)
  • SAFE-305-02C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Fall 2014)
  • SAFE-305-01C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Spring 2014)

Human Factors in Safety

This course will provide students with the understanding of the importance of ergonomic design and evaluation of workplaces and the work environment to enable the student to understand physiological and psychological stresses, human capabilities and limitations, and their importance in designing work spaces, processes, tools, equipment, and products. Prerequisites: Safety Studies majors or minors and SPDI Majors only, or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-204-01C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Yun Sun (Fall 2014)
  • SAFE-204-02C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Yun Sun (Fall 2014)

Industrial Hygiene

Familiarizes students with the various techniques and procedures involved in the practice of the profession of Industrial Hygiene. Course work and laboratory exercises illustrate the equipment and methodologies commonly used by Industrial Hygienists in the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of occupational health hazards in today's workplace. Prerequisites: SOHAS majors or minors only and INSAFE 103 or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-401-01C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: David C May (Fall 2014)

Law and Ethics in Safety

Introduction to federal and state regulatory authorities governing safety in industry and the environmental impacts of industrial activity. Discusses ethical dilemmas, management challenges, professional responsibilities, and liability and legal ramifications of accidents. Prerequisites: SAFE 202, SAFE 307, SOHAS majors or minors only, or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-302-01C MTWR, 10:00AM‑11:55AM. TDS. Instructor: Jaime K Ingalls (Summer 2014)
  • SAFE-302-02C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Jaime K Ingalls (Fall 2014)

Loss Prevention

Introduces key Risk Management and Loss Prevention principles through exploration of allied consensus standards including OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program, OHSAS 18001 Safety Management System, LEAN Management and Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001. Prerequisites: SAFE 202, SOHAS majors or minors only, or permission of the instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-301-01C M, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Theodore W Braun (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-301-01C T, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Theodore W Braun (Fall 2014)

Occupational Safety

The application of scientific and engineering principles to the analysis of processes, equipment, products, facilities and environments in order to optimize safety and health effectiveness. Topics include legislative overview, problem identification, control concepts, and basic engineering principles, including a review of basic geometry and mathematical calculations and conversion factors. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-202-01C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Larry H McDonald (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-202-02C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Larry H McDonald (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-202-01C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Larry H McDonald (Fall 2014)
  • SAFE-202-02C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Larry H McDonald (Fall 2014)

Safety and Health Standards

Familiarizes students with OSHA general industry standards, including responsibilities under OSHA regulations, inspections, citations, appeals, and recordkeeping. Highlights frequently cited standards by OSHA in general industry, hazard identification and control. Explores safety standards from ANSI, NFPA and DOT. Prerequisites: SOHAS majors and minors only, SAFE 202, SAFE 307, or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-303-C02C MTWRF, 8:00AM‑4:30PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-303-C03C MTWRF, 8:00AM‑4:30PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-303-01C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-303-01C MW, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Fall 2014)
  • SAFE-303-02C M, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Patricia A Gaudet (Fall 2014)

Safety Awareness

Studies the impact of accidents, develops strategies to eliminate, mitigate accident outcomes through education and awareness. Identifies factors associated with activities at school, home, and work that result in accidents. By applying this knowledge people can make informed decisions leading to minimum risk and maximum success. Fall, Spring.

  • SAFE-101-01C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Lonna L Blais (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-101-02C MW, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Jaime K Ingalls (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-101-03C M, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Hazel I Hunter (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-101-04C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Jeffrey W Morel (Spring 2014)
  • SAFE-101-01C M, 6:00PM‑9:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Hazel I Hunter (Fall 2014)
  • SAFE-101-02C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Jeffrey W Morel (Fall 2014)
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Sustainability

Product Design I

Product design involves the integration of human and aesthetic aspects with technological and production aspects in the creation of manufactured products. This first in a series of courses in product design includes areas of human/object interface, product form, product innovation, and an introduction to eco-design. Fall, Spring.

  • SPDI-152-01C TR, 8:30AM‑10:45AM. TDS. Instructor: Lisa C Hix (Fall 2014)
  • SPDI-152-01C TR, 9:00AM‑11:15AM. TDS. Instructor: Lisa C Hix (Spring 2014)

Product Design II

A continuation of Product Design I, emphasis is on rational methods for developing designs in team settings. Basic engineering methods of analysis are introduced to evaluate design structures and mechanisms. Alternative design options are evaluated using analytical techniques. Project planning fundamentals of time and budget emulate industrial development practices. Prerequisite: SPDI 152 or permission of instructor. Spring.
  • SPDI-252-01C TR, 11:30AM‑1:45PM. TDS. Instructor: Norman J Fisk (Fall 2014)
  • SPDI-252-01C TR, 12:00PM‑2:15PM. TDS. Instructor: Norman J Fisk (Spring 2014)

Product Design III

This course is the third in the product design series. Specific design projects are undertaken, which require an advanced knowledge of computer-aided design/manufacturing. Topics include initial product design, product specifications, prototype fabrication, and evaluation. Two-hour lecture, three-hour lab. May be repeated once with the permission of instructor. Prerequisites: SPDI 252 and SPDI 221, or permission of instructor. Spring.

  • SPDI-352-01C M, 8:30AM‑11:45AM. TDS. Instructor: James H Kyle (Spring 2014)
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Wellness

Health and Wellness

An overview using a balanced, integrated, holistic model of health and an exploration of the dimensions of wellness. Focus on self-assessment, development of critical thinking, and behavior change skills to facilitate personal awareness and well-being. Fall, Spring.

  • HLSC-101-01C MW, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. JOSL303. Instructor: Amanda Lynn Bernius (Fall 2014)
  • HLSC-101-04C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. JOSL108. Instructor: Lori L Labrie (Fall 2014)
  • HLSC-101-05C TR, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. JOSL303. Instructor: Stephanie L Bernius Kimber (Fall 2014)
  • HLSC-101-06C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. JOSL303. Instructor: Stephanie L Bernius Kimber (Fall 2014)
  • HLSC-101-07C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. JOSL306. Instructor: Kristen A Reilly (Fall 2014)
  • HLSC-101-08C TR, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. JOSL306. Instructor: Kristen A Reilly (Fall 2014)
  • HLSC-101-01C MTWRFS, 9:00AM‑5:30PM. JOSL105. Instructor: Karrie A Kalich (Summer 2014)
  • HLSC-101-01C MW, 4:00PM‑5:45PM. JOSL108. Instructor: Lori L Labrie (Spring 2014)
  • HLSC-101-02C MW, 12:00PM‑1:45PM. JOSL303. Instructor: Katherine M McLaughlin (Spring 2014)
  • HLSC-101-03C TR, 2:00PM‑3:45PM. JOSL306. Instructor: Amanda Lynn Bernius (Spring 2014)
  • HLSC-101-04C TR, 8:00AM‑9:45AM. JOSL108. Instructor: Stephanie L Bernius Kimber (Spring 2014)
  • HLSC-101-05C TR, 10:00AM‑11:45AM. JOSL108. Instructor: Stephanie L Bernius Kimber (Spring 2014)
  • HLSC-101-06C M, 2:00PM‑5:30PM. JOSL103. Instructor: Kristen A Reilly (Spring 2014)