Schedule of Classes: Fall Semester 2019 - Short Session 2

Term Dates: October 14 - December 11, 2019

info C - Denotes Closed Class
Last Updated: 10:55pm 09/17/2019

CLASS SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Fee Payment Deadlines

Notice:

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.

Georgia House Bill 801 became effective for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. Under this legislation, HOPE and Zell Miller scholarship recipients will receive an additional 0.5 quality points for grades of B, C, and D in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) designated college courses. This weight will automatically be added to grades earned in the approved courses at the end of each term and will impact the HOPE/Zell Miller GPA only (not the institutional/overall GPA). The approved STEM Weight Directory can be found by using this link: GA Futures STEM Weighted Course Directory. Current classes that qualify for the 0.5 grade increase are indicated by the term "STEM" on the right side of the class schedule below.

Online classes are printed in red. Hybrid classes have at least one class replaced by technology and are printed in blue. Extended session nursing classes are printed in orange.

ESL courses are open to students in the English Language Institute (ELI) program. Non-ELI students who wish to register in these courses may do so only with permission of their advisor, the registrar, and the ELI Coordinator of Instruction.

Online courses and other distance education courses may require proctored examinations or other forms of student identity verification. Students enrolled in online courses through the School of Business should refer to the information at the link for eMajor School of Business at https://gsw.edu/Academics/Registrars-Office/Schedule-of-Classes. Students enrolled in online courses in the School of Computing and Mathematics should refer to information at https://www.gsw.edu/academics/schools-and-departments/school-of-computing-and-mathematics/proctoru. Students enrolled in online courses offered by other schools/departments should contact the instructor for specific testing requirements. Contact the school/department/instructor to determine costs associated with online testing through ProctorU. Please go to http://www.proctoru.com/gsw/ for more information.

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Part of Term Descriptions:


PTRM (Part of Term)

Description

Definition

PTRM 1

Full Term

Term lasts the duration of the semester

PTRM 2

First Half

Term lasts from the first day of class to the middle of the semester

PTRM 3

Second Half

Term lasts from the middle of the semester through the last day of class

PTRM I

Intra-Georgia Registration Sharing System (INGRESS)

Full Term Session which includes the following programs: MSN and PLA

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 OPEN SEATS TOTAL SEATS DAYS CLASS TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR METHOD STEM NO/LOW MAT
  80829 ACCT 3260 Intermediate Accounting II 3 3 10 25 T R 11:00am-01:00pm BHP 205 Bishop, C No

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  CRN SUBJ CODE CRSE NO. TITLE PTRM CRED HOURS OPEN SEATS TOTAL SEATS DAYS CLASS TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR METHOD STEM NO/LOW MAT
  80570 NURS 3010 Prof Nurs Practice for RNs 3 3 15 20 Humphrey, J Online
  80644 NURS 3200 Health Assessment RN 3 4 3 10 Gary, B Online
  80645 NURS 3200L Health Assessment Lab RN 3 0 3 10 Cason, J Online
  80646 NURS 4010 Leadership in Nursing RN 3 3 15 20 Teasley, T Online

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  CRN SUBJ CODE CRSE NO. TITLE PTRM CRED HOURS OPEN SEATS TOTAL SEATS DAYS CLASS TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR METHOD STEM NO/LOW MAT
C 80520 PEDS 2000 CPR and First Aid 3 2 0 20 T R 07:35am-09:15am SSC 1235 Lawson, B No