CRN Class 50381 PADM 6190 95 50895 PADM 6150 95 51096 PADM 6270 98 50900 PADM 6210 95 50537 PADM 6600 80 50382 PADM 6500 80 Summer 2014 Course Schedule as of 3/24/2015 Schedule subject to change Graduate certificate, MPA and PhD in public administration programs Course Title Instructor 5- week Summer Session I (June 1-July 2, 2015) Fin. Mgt. for Health & Nonprofit Organizations - HYBRID Streams Seminar in Information Technology - HYBRID Thakur 5 - week Summer Session II (July 6-August 7, 2015) Seminar in Administrative Leadership - ONLINE Stanley Seminar in Public Administration - HYBRID Chilton TBA Independent Readings* - By permission of dept. head only 10 - week All Summer Session (June 1-August 7, 2015) Stanley Internship in Public Service* - By permission only 50902 PADM 6930 95 Special Topics in Public Admin.-Qualitative Techniques HYBRID** Gavilo-Lane Time Day 5:00-8:55 Online M-W Online Online 5:00-8:55 TBA Online T-R TBA TBA TBA 9am - 3pm on June 13, June 27, July 18, and August 1 (FOUR Saturdays); rest online TBA 50897 PADM 6980 80 Strategic Planning for Non-profits 5:00 - 8:55 50849 PADM 7310 80 Seminar in Public Organization Theory Rizzo 5:00 - 8:55 MPS Courses - All Summer Session*** TBA ONLINE PRST 5040 R50 Human Resources Management - ONLINE ONLINE PRST 5040 R51 Human Resources Management - ONLINE TBA PRST 5100 R50 Issues and Ethics - ONLINE TBA ONLINE PRST 5310 R51 Leadership In Organization - ONLINE TBA ONLINE PRST 5310 R52 Leadership In Organization - ONLINE TBA ONLINE PRST 5910 R50 Employment and Human Resources Law - ONLINE TBA ONLINE PRST 5930 R50 Compensation & Benefits - ONLINE TBA ONLINE PRST 5998 R52 Professional Project - ONLINE Rogers ONLINE PHD research credits for ABD students only - must have successfully defended prospectus 50901 PADM 8110 82 Dissertation Research Residency Credit* - only with permission Streams TBA 50414 PADM 8110 81 Dissertation Research Residency Credit* - only with permission Stanley TBA 50383 PADM 8110 35 Dissertation Research Continuation Credit* - only with permission Faculty TBA M R ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE TBA TBA TBA * Registration for independent studies, independent readings (MPA or PhD students), or dissertation credits (PhD students) is by prior permission of the advisor and instructor only. Students registering without permission will be dropped from these credits. PhD research credits are for ABD students who have successfully defended a dissertation prospectus ONLY, and the continuation credits (Section 35) are only for those ABD students who have also completed their 12 residency credits. ** This Special Topics course in Qualitative Research Techniques counts as an elective for both PhD in public administration and MPA students. MPA students should note that it does NOT count towards either the nonprofit management or the healthcare certificate, however. Consult your advisor if you are not sure whether this course is a good fit for you. This course will meet at dates and times shown here; what shows up as schedule in the online system is not accurate because it doesn't let us enter this kind of schedule. *** REGISTERING for MPS courses (PRST prefix): To find the PRST courses in the TSU online class schedule, you have to choose the subject Interdisciplinary Studies (RODP) first. It doesn’t make sense, but that is what it is “filed” under. Info on MPS Courses: http://www.rodp.org/degree‐programs‐courses/masters/master‐professional‐studies/course‐rotation Entrance page to the online classes when you are actually starting coursework: https://elearn.rodp.org/ NOTE THIS IS A DIFFERENT SITE THAN TSU'S ELEARN SYSTEM! PRST courses are in the MPS program. WITH PERMISSION FROM ADVISOR, we sometimes allow MPA students to take specific MPS courses as substitutes for MPA courses. But MPA students should only register for one of these if your advisor has given you permission to do so in advance. Not all MPS courses are accepted as substitutes, and if you take one without permission, there is no guarantee that it will be counted towards your MPA. PRST courses are completely online, and are offered through the Regents Online Campus Collaborative system which brings together the faculty of all six TBR Universities to offer online courses and programs (ROCC, formerly known as RODP). The tuition for an ROCC course may be different than a TSU course but class size is usually smaller - you should check tuition rates online fora given semester. Be aware that the class start date might be slightly different than TSU, it is your responsibility to check on this and be sure that you log into the class promptly when it starts. ROCC judges attendance by your logging in, and so they may drop you for non-attendance if you don't check in promptly. You may have a TSU faculty member teaching your course, but it may be a faculty member from another TBR school. You will likely be "in class" with students from other TBR institutions as well as TSU.