Schedule of eMajor Classes: Spring Semester 2019

Term Dates: January 14 - May 02, 2019

info C - Denotes Closed Class
Last Updated: 08:03am 01/17/2019

CLASS SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Fee Payment Deadlines

Notice:

The courses listed below are taught completely through eMajor. The eMajor Introduction Quiz, available at https://emajor.usg.edu/future-students/new-student-introduction-quiz/ is required before registering.

eMajor courses may require at least one proctored experience, such as a midterm or final exam. The purpose of these proctored experiences is to verify that the person receiving credit for a course is the person who is actually taking the course. The cost of proctored experiences is not included in eMajor tuition. Students who schedule their proctored experiences at GSW will be charged a fee of $25 per experience. Students who are unable to come to Americus for proctoring may use any approved testing center, but GSW is unable to guarantee what the cost will be at another testing center. For more information on approved testing centers, see the link immediately below labeled eMajor Exams and Testing.

Lowering the cost of course materials for students is a goal at GSW. In the far right column entitled NO/LOW MAT on the schedule below, you will find see the words “No” or “Low” to the side of some courses. “No” indicates there is no cost for required course materials for that course. “Low” indicates the cost of the required course materials is $40 or less. Included in the cost caps are textbooks and other text-based materials, workbooks, lab manuals, online homework platforms, and codes or publisher-provided curricular materials for students. Excluded from the cost caps are equipment (such as art supplies, calculators, or physical lab materials) and fees for test proctoring.

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eMajor Part of Term Descriptions:


PTRM (Part of Term)

Description

Definition & Comments

PTRM G01

Full Term

Term lasts the duration of the semester.
eMajor Introduction Quiz, available at this link https://emajor.usg.edu/future-students/new-student-introduction-quiz/ is required before registering. These courses are taught completely online through emajor and move at an accelerated pace. Please discuss this option with your advisor before registering.

PTRM G02

First Half

Term lasts from the first day of class to the middle of the semester.
eMajor Introduction Quiz, available at this link https://emajor.usg.edu/future-students/new-student-introduction-quiz/ is required before registering. These courses are taught completely online through emajor and move at an accelerated pace. Please discuss this option with your advisor before registering.

PTRM G03

Second Half 

Term lasts from the middle of the semester through the last day of class.
eMajor Introduction Quiz, available at this link https://emajor.usg.edu/future-students/new-student-introduction-quiz/ is required before registering. These courses are taught completely online through eMajor and move at an accelerated pace. Please discuss this option with your advisor before registering.

PLAGIARISM PREVENTION

In each class offered this semester, it is possible that the instructor will use techniques to identify students who plagiarize. Students may be required to submit written assignments online through a plagiarism-prevention service or to allow the instructor to submit hard copies of their writing to such a service. The written assignments may be retained by the service for the sole purpose of checking for plagiarized content in future student submissions. For more information about the consequences of plagiarism, refer to the GSW Academic Integrity Policy.


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  CRN SUBJ CODE CRSE NO. TITLE PTRM CRED HOURS SEATS AVAIL TOTAL SEATS DAYS CLASS TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR METHOD NO/LOW MAT  
  20296 CRJU 1100 Intro to Criminal Justice G02 3 3 16 eMajor No
  20292 CRJU 2100 Intro to Law Enforcement G02 3 3 17 eMajor
  20293 CRJU 2200 The Judicial Process G03 3 3 14 eMajor No
C 20294 CRJU 3100 Criminal Law G03 3 0 11 eMajor
C 20298 CRJU 3250 Crime and the Media G03 3 0 19 eMajor
  20299 CRJU 3300 Introduction to Corrections G03 3 1 12 eMajor
  20300 CRJU 3700 Research Methods G02 3 1 12 eMajor
  20301 CRJU 3800 Race, Ethnicity & Crim Just G02 3 1 9 eMajor
C 20302 CRJU 3810 Victimology G03 3 0 17 eMajor
C 20885 CRJU 4000 Internship to Criminal Justice G01 3 0 1 eMajor No
  20303 CRJU 4500 Management of Forensics G02 3 1 14 eMajor
  20304 CRJU 4700 Ethical Issues in Crim Justice G02 3 2 17 eMajor
  20890 CRJU 4800 Senior Capstone G03 3 5 9 eMajor