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  • 2009/10 :: fall, winter and spring course scheduleundergraduate, graduate

    date of copy: 08/17/09

    troy/wentzville 75 college campus driveMoscow Mills, Mo 63362(636) 366-4363

    Main campusone college park drivesaint louis, Mo 63141-8698(314) 434-1115

    Jefferson college1000 Viking drivehillsboro, Mo 63050(636) 797-3000 ext.242

    franklin county45 silo plaza driveunion, Mo 63084(636) 583-6600

    course.schedule

    2009

    /10

    fall winterspringterms

    undergraduate & graduate

    mobap.edu

    One College Park DriveSaint Louis, MO 63141-8698314.434.1115Fax 314.434.7596

    Missouri Baptist University

    lewis & clark 5800 godfrey roadgodfrey, il 62035(618) 466-7000

    Jefferson college in arnold1687 Missouri state rd.arnold, Mo 63010(636) 797-3000 ext.574

    Mineral area507 woodlawn driveleadington, Mo 63601(573) 431-9700

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    ABOUT MISSOURI BAPTIST UNIVERSITYMissouri Baptist University is an evangelical Christian, liberal arts University and has as its purpose the offering of programs of study leading to professional certificates, undergraduate degrees, and graduate degrees in an environment where academic excel-lence is emphasized and a biblically based Christian perspective is maintained. The University is committed to enriching its students lives spiritually, intellectually, and professionally, and to providing educational services to the community.

    The University seeks to prepare students who are motivated by ideals of service for effective performance in careers which are appropriate to the Christian commitment of the University. The University is open to all qualified students, regardless of race, gender, national origin, religion, age, or qualified disability.

    Missouri Baptist University is an equal opportunity employer.

    PROCEDURE FOR UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONAn applicant must file the following documents with the Direc-tor of Admissions:

    1) Completed application for admission.2) $30.00 application fee.3) Official high school transcript with seal and/or GED scores for first time University students; transfer students must also provide University transcripts from each institution attended before being admitted. The Admissions Office will allow sixth and seventh semester high school transcripts to be received for admission pending receipt of a complete high school transcript. Students without a high school diploma or GED (i.e., home study) must take the University assessment tests.4) American University Testing Program (ACT) and/or Scholas-tic Aptitude Test (SAT) examination scores.5) A character reference.

    The above procedures are in compliance with the requirements for admission as published in the 2008-2009 catalog.

    PROCEDURE FOR GRADUATE ADMISSION:1) Completed application for Graduate Admission.2) $30.00 application fee.3) Official transcripts mailed directly from all regionally accred-ited colleges, universities, and post-secondary institutions. MBU Alumni do not need to resubmit transcripts, unless attendance at another college or university occurred between graduation from MBU and application to the Graduate Program. 4) A letter of recommendation. 5) A statement of professional experiences and goals6) Students applying for the Master of Educational Administra-tion or Cross Categorical Special Education track must provide evidence of state teacher certification.7) Ed Specialist requirements, contact Graduate Admissions.

    SENIOR PERMISSION STUDENTSSeniors at the undergraduate level may be eligible to receive graduate credit during their senior year. The following guidelines apply to Senior Permission students:

    1) Senior-level students with a 3.0 GPA may request permission to take up to 12 hours (a maximum of 6 per semes-ter) of graduate credits. 2) Seniors will register for dually-listed graduate courses as undergraduates (will register as 400-level courses) and

    will be charged undergraduate tuition and fees. 3) Seniors must complete the Senior Permission Application for and submit it to the Graduate Office with the appropriate signatures at the time of registration. 4) At the end of each semester faculty members will notify the Graduate Office of those students who have completed graduate-level requirements. The Dean of Graduate Studies will approve those students, and the undergraduate credit will be changed to graduate credit at that time.

    REGISTRATION & PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTSThe student must schedule an appointment with his or her aca-demic advisor, who is assigned by the Director of Advising on the basis of the students major field of study, in order to register. A print out of the students schedule signed by both the student and the advisor must be filed with the Records Office. All regis-trations will be unofficial until cleared by Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Business Office. Spring registrations not authorized as official by the end of preregistration, may be purged. Students whose registrations have been purged may re-enroll during regu-lar registration but are subject to losing their position in a course if there is a waiting list.

    All returning students are encouraged to take advantage of the pre-registration period in order to ensure the best course selec-tion. Students who register for classes after regular registration may be charged a fee of $20 for late registration.Registration is not complete until the student has made satisfac-tory financial arrangements and has cleared the business office. All accounts are due and payable prior to the first day of classes each semester. All institutional and external aid applications must be completed and submitted to the Financial Aid Office at least ten working days prior to the first day of classes. Should arrangements for a deferred payment plan appear necessary, a promissory note should then be signed with the Business Office in order to finalize official registration. The University also honors Master Card, VISA and Discover credit cards. Unofficial registrations may be purged if satisfactory financial arrange-ments have not been completed. Students whose accounts are delinquent will not be permitted to register for a succeeding semester or term. In addition, tran-scripts will not be issued, and the student will not be permitted to graduate, if a senior. Delinquent accounts are charged interest, collection fees and court costs, and will be reported to a national credit bureau.

    APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AIDIn order to take advantage of the financial aid packages available, a student MUST: be admitted to the University; file an Institu-tional Aid Application; and submit a valid Free Application for Federal Student Aid (or results, which are Student Aid Reports.) Once eligibility and award amounts are determined, an Award Letter will be sent detailing the student's financial aid package.

    NOTE: FINANCIAL AID FILES MUST BE COMPLETE BY OCTOBER 1, 2009

    TO RECEIVE ANY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.

    CHAPEL ATTENDANCE Chapel and convocation programs are planned to provide the students, faculty, staff, and administration with a period devoted to spiritual and cultural enrichment. These programs convene from 11:00 to 11:45 on the first Tuesday of the month and every

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    Thursday. All campus offices, the library, bookstore, and student lounge are closed during this time. Because chapel is an integral part of the student's overall educational experience, all students enrolled for 9 credit hours or more are expected to attend all chapel and convocation programs. For a detailed description of the attendance policy, see the 2006-2008 Catalog.

    CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTSFreshman 0-29 credit hours earnedSophomore 30-59 credit hours earnedJunior 60-89 credit hours earnedSenior 90+ credit hours earnedUnclassified Non-degree-seeking studentGraduate Baccalaureate degree earned

    FOUNDERS BOOKSTORE HOURS8:30 am - 6:00 pm Monday - Thursday8:30 am 4:00 pm Friday

    JUNG-KELLOGG LIBRARY HOURS7:30 am - 9:30 pm Monday/Tuesday/ Thursday7:30 am -5:00 pm Wednesday/Friday10:00 am - 2:00 pm Saturday

    NUMBERING OF COURSESCourses numbered 100-299 are lower division courses designed for freshmen and sophomores. Those numbered 300-499 are upper division courses designed for juniors and seniors. Those numbered 500 and above are offered for graduate credit. The third digit in the course number indicates the number of semes-ter hours of credit the course carries, so that ACCT 213 is a three-hour course, KHSC 272 is a two-hour course, etc.

    SPECIAL NUMBERING 1) A course number such as MUAP 111-421 indicates multiple semesters of credit, so that a student taking private piano for the first semester for 1 credit hour would use the course number MUAP 111, for the third semester MUAP 211, and so on. Upper division numbers (300-400) are used to indicate semester and upper level proficiency within field. 2) A course number such as BUSN 471-476 (or PRFS 4706-4712) indicates variable credit, ranging from one to six hours (or six to twelve hours). 3) A Course number such as MURA 110-420 indicates a course which carries no credit per semester toward the degree, but is required for the major or program4) A course number such as KATH 271/371 indicates a course which may be taken twice for credit: the first semester for lower division credit and the second semester for upper division credit. BIOL 224/324 indicates a course which may be taken once for either lower or upper division credit.5) A course number such as COMP 483 A-D indicates a course which may be taken for credit up to four semesters. A course number such as HIRE 323A or HIRE323B indicates separate but related courses.6) Courses with prefixes such as EDPS or HIRE are courses with listings in two or more disciplines, such as Education/Psychol-ogy or History/Religion. The course will be listed under both discipline in the catalog as well as in the Course Schedule.7) Courses cross-listed at the 400- and 500-levels may be taken for either undergraduate or graduate credit. Selected courses are available to undergraduate students for graduate credit with Senior Permission ( see page 2). Students must complete all graduate course requirements to earn graduate credit.

    WAITING LISTIf a course is full students may wish to have their names placed on the waiting list by their advisor. In this event students must also complete a Schedule Adjustment Form with their advisor and file it in the Records Office. If a student decides against taking the course he/she must contact the Records Office and ask to be removed from the waiting list. Failure to do so may result in the student being enrolled in, and billed for, the course.

    EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS & SYMBOLSADM Administration BuildingCAT 2006-2008 University CatalogC/FA Pillsbury Chapel & Dale Williams Fine Arts CenterFTNS CTR Fitness Center, GymnasiumFLD Thomas and Virginia Field Academic HallGYM GymnasiumLIB Jung-Kellogg LibraryNRH North Residence HallR ThursdaysTBA To Be Arranged

    DROPPING OR ADDING A COURSEAny student who finds it necessary to add or drop a class must complete the appropriate form available in the Records Office. The student should consult the University calendar for deadline dates. A schedule adjustment fee of $20 per adjustment will be charged for any changes made after regular registration. If a student stops attending a course but fails to complete the proper forms, the final grade will be recorded as XF (unofficial with-drawal/failing). All day courses are designated as DMA*, DMA1, DMA2. All evening/weekend courses are designated as EMA*, EMA1 or EMA2.

    WITHDRAWAL POLICYIf a student finds it necessary to withdraw from the University, an official withdrawal form, which can be secured from the Direc-tor of Retention, must be completed and filed with the Director of Records. Otherwise, the final grade(s) will be recorded as XF (unofficial withdrawal/failing). The student should consult the University calendar for all deadline dates. Accounts become due and payable immediately upon withdrawal.

    Tuition refunds in case of withdrawal from the University are pro-rated from the date withdrawal is approved by the Records Office as listed on page 8.

    Room deposits and all other fees are non-refundable in the case of withdrawal from the University. If a resident student volun-tarily moves out of the residence halls during the contract period, room and board will be refunded in a similar manner as tuition. Vacate forms must be approved by the Director of Residence Halls and the Dean of Students before any refund is made.

    UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT COURSE LOAD Students carrying less than 12 credit hours of course work during a fall or spring semester are considered part-time. Normal course load for a full-time student is between 12 and 18 credit hours. Students on academic probation are limited to a 12 hour load. The course load for students involved in 8-week evening courses is 9 hours per session, not to exceed 18 hours per semester equiv-alent (i.e. Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II, etc.).

    A student with either a cumulative GPA of 3.0, or a GPA of 3.0 for the previous semester, may enroll for 1 additional course over

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    the 18-hour limit, not to exceed a total of 21 credit hours, with the written permission of the student's academic advisor and the academic dean. An additional tuition charge per credit hour will be assessed for the overload.

    For graduate students, 9-12 credit hours is considered a full-time load. A load of more than 12 hours requires the prior written approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies.

    THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL ANY COURSE FOR WHICH THERE IS INSUFFICIENT

    ENROLLMENT.

    TUITION, PARKING AND RESIDENT FEES

    Main caMpus tuition & fees UNDERGRADUATE FEESComprehensive Fee, Main Campus 12-18 cr. hrs. $8490.00

    Tuition, per credit hour (less than 12 cr. hrs.) $590.00Overload Fee (per cr. hr. over 18) $565.00Student Activities Fee (full-time student) $160.00Student Activities Fee (part-time student) $30.00Technology Fee, Per credit hour enrolled $14.00 GRADUATE TUITION Tuition, per cr. hr. enrolled $425.00

    WINTERIM MAIN CAMPUSTuition, per credit hour (less than 9 hrs) $475.00Technology Fee, per cr. hr. enrolled $14.00

    PARKING FEES(FULL-TIME & PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS)Level 1 (Main/South ) $70.00Level 2 (Athletic) $50.00Level 3 (Residence Hall-Residents) $0Level 3 (Residence Hall-Non-residents) $50.00Evening/Saturday enrollment only $50.00

    NOTE: All students must complete a campus parking regis-tration form for each term they are enrolled for main campus

    classes whether they have a vehicle on campus or not.

    TUITION - EXTENSIONS: UNDERGRADUATETuition, Troy/Wentzville, per credit hour $329.00Tuition, Jefferson College Extension, per credit hour $244.00Tuition, Franklin County Extension, per credit hour $255.00Tuition, Mineral Area Extension, per credit hour $255.00Tuition, Lewis & Clark Extension, per credit hour $244.00NOTE: Tuition for extension centers are in addition to main campus tuition and fees.

    TUITION - EXTENSIONS: GRADUATETuition, per cr. hr. $296.00

    DISTANCE LEARNING:EXTENSIONS & MAIN CAMPUS PART-TIMETuition, per cr. hr. $313.00

    DISTANCE LEARNING: MAIN CAMPUS FULL-TIME(Registered for 12-18 hours)Lab Fee, per credit hour enrolled $25.00

    RESIDENT STUDENTS Room and Board (Dorm) $3365.00Apartment W/O Meal Plan $2540.00Apartment W/Meal Plan $3700.00Room Deposit Damage Fee $250.00Lost Key Fee $70.00Dorm Services Fee $180.00Residence Hall Fee, per month (Winterim-No food service) $195.00

    serVice feesCOURSESActivity Course Fee $25.00Clinical Experience, per credit hour $25.00Christian Vocations Fee (RRED 273) $135.00Internship/Practicum Fee, per credit hour $25.00Lab Fee, per credit hour $25.00Prior Learning Portfolio Evaluation Fee, per credit hour $25.00Prior Learning Portfolio Transcription fee, per credit hour $175.00Seminar Fee (REMU 473 Senior Seminar) $100.00Student Teaching Fee $500.00

    GENERAL Administrative Withdrawal Fee (withdrawal on 1st day of term) $95.00Application Fee $30.00Audit Fee, per credit hour equivalent $190.00Graduation Fee (Undergraduate) $210.00Graduation Fee (Graduate) $230.00Note Fee $30.00Second and Subsequent Placement Papers $5.00Second and Subsequent Transcripts $5.00

    MUSICClass Instrument/Class Piano $110.00Private Music Lessons 30 Minute Lesson $230.00 45 Minute Lesson $310.00 60 Minute Lesson $450.00

    TESTINGCLEP Credit, ACT/SAT per credit hour $60.00Administration Fee (for Challenge Test), per credit hour $30.00Credit by Exam (for Challenge Test), per credit hour $90.00

    PENALTIESLate Registration (begins August 20 for Fall term) $20.00

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    Schedule Change (begins August 20 for Fall term) $20.00Returned check charge $30.00Failure to complete campus parking registration (by end of 2nd week of term) $25.00

    REFUND SCHEDULESIt is understood that each student enters for at least one term, and the University assumes the expense of making provisions accordingly. Therefore, a student's withdrawal does not mate-rially reduce the costs to the University. Tuition refunds are pro-rated from the date withdrawal is approved by the Records Office as follows in the case of a course load status change, such as: overload to full-time, full-time to part-time, a reduction of course load within the part-time status, or complete withdrawal/dismissal from the University.

    FIFTEEN AND SIXTEEN WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition(less adm. wd. fee)Withdrawal after 1st day through end of 2nd week 90% of tuitionWithdrawal during 3rd and 4th weeks 50% of tuitionWithdrawal during 5th through 8th weeks 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 8th week 0% of tuition

    TWELVE WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm. wd.

    fee)Withdrawal after 1st day through end of 2nd week 90% of tuitionWithdrawal during 3rd and 4th weeks 50% of tuitionWithdrawal during 5th through 8th weeks 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 8th week 0% of tuition

    TEN WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm. wd.

    fee)Withdrawal after 1st day through end of 1st week 90% of tuitionWithdrawal during 2nd and 3rd weeks 50% of tuitionWithdrawal during 4th through 5th weeks 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 5th week 0% of tuition

    EIGHT WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm. wd.

    fee)Withdrawal after 1st day through end of 1st week 90% of tuitionWithdrawal during 2nd week 50% of tuitionWithdrawal during 3rd and 4th weeks 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 4th week 0% of tuition

    FIVE WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm.wd.

    fee)Withdrawal after 1st day through end of 1st week 90% of tuitionWithdrawal during 2nd week 50% of tuitionWithdrawal during 3rd week 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 3rd week 0% of tuition

    FOUR WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm.wd.

    fee)Withdrawal on the 2nd day 90% of tuitionWithdrawal on the 3rd through 4th day 50% of tuitionWithdrawal on the 5th through 8th day 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 8th day 0% of tuition

    THREE WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm. wd.

    fee)Withdrawal on the 2nd day 90% of tuitionWithdrawal after 2nd day through end of 1st week 50% of tuitionWithdrawal during 2nd week 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after 2nd week 0% of tuition

    TWO WEEK CLASSESWithdrawal on the 1st day 100% of tuition (less adm. wd.

    fee)Withdrawal on the 2nd day 90% of tuitionWithdrawal on the 3rd day 50% of tuitionWithdrawal on the 4th or 5th day 25% of tuitionWithdrawal after the 5th day 0% of tuition

    REFUNDS FOR RESIDENT STUDENTSRoom deposits and all other fees are non-refundable in the case of withdrawal from the University. If a resident student voluntarily moves out of the residence halls during the contract period, room and board will be refunded in a similar manner as tuition. Vacate forms must be approved by the Director of Resi-dence Halls and the Dean of Students before any refund is made.

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    fall 2009 calendarMain, franklin co., Jefferson college, lewis & clark, Mineral area, & troy/wentzVille

    Main Campus Office Hours 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday - FridayBusiness Office Evening Hours: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday

    Fall Pre-Registration: March 16 - August 7Regular Registration: August 10-14

    Late Registration Begins August 17/Ends Last Day To Add As Listed Below

    Residence Halls Open August 14 New Student Orientation August 17 Last Day for Fall/Winterim 2009 graduates to file for graduation September 4 Mid-Term Exams October 8-9 Final Exams December 8-11 Residence Halls Close December 12 Winterim December 14-31

    fall seMester courses

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP WITHOUT "W" LAST DAY TO DROP WITHOUT " WF" TERM ENDS

    DMA*/EMA* August 17 August 28 November 9 December 11DMA1(8wk) August 17 August 24 September 15 October 12DMA2(8wk) October 14 October 21 November 9 December 12

    *Labor Day Holiday: Monday, September 7 (No Classes; offices closed)*Testing/Assessment Day: Wednesday, October 7 (Day Students/Main Campus)*Fall Break: October 16-19 (day classes only; evening classes will meet)*Thanksgiving Holiday: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, Nov. 25 Nov. 29 (No Classes; offices closed)

    fall i, eVening/saturday courses (*eMa 1,*fc 1,*Jc 1,*lc 1,*lM 1,*tw1)

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP WITHOUT "W" LAST DAY TO DROP WITHOUT " WF" TERM ENDS

    Monday August 17 August 24 September 15 October 12Tuesday August 18 August 25 September 16 October 6Wednesday August 19 August 26 September 17 October 7Thursday August 20 August 27 September 18 October 8Friday August 21 August 28 September 19 October 9Saturday August 22 August 29 September 20 October 10

    *Labor Day Holiday: Monday, September 7 (No classes; offices closed)

    fall ii eVening/saturday courses (*eMa 2,*fc2 ,Jc 2,*lc 2,*lM 2,*tw2)

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP WITHOUT "W" LAST DAY TO DROP WITHOUT " WF" TERM ENDS

    Monday October 19 October 26 November 23 December 7Tuesday October 20 October 27 November 24 December 8Wednesday October 14 October 21 November 18 December 9Thursday October 15 October 22 November 19 December 10Friday October 16 October 23 November 20 December 11Saturday October 17 October 24 November 21 December 12

    *Testing/Assessment Day: Tuesday, October 17 (Evening Only Students/All Sites)*Please Note: Monday and Tuesday evening classes will not begin until 10/19 and 20*Thanksgiving Holiday: Wednesday - Sunday, Nov. 25 Nov. 29 (No evening classes Nov. 25-27) offices closed

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    final eXaM schedule for fall 2009MAIN CAMPUS CLASSES Monday, December 7 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Monday classes

    Tuesday, December 8 8:00 AM-10:00 AM T, R, TR, 8:00, 8:30 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM T, TR, 12:00, 12:15 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM TR 2:00, 3:00 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Tuesday classes

    Wednesday, December 9 8:00 AM-10:00 AM M, W, MW, WF, MTWF, MWRF, MWF, F 8:00 classes 10:00 AM-12:00 AM MW 9:30, MW, WF, MWF, F 9:00 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM MW, MTWRF, WF, MWF, F 12:00 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM M, W, MW, MWF, 3:00, 3:30 classes 4:00 PM-6:00 PM M, W, MW, MWF, 4:00, 4:30 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Wednesday classes

    Thursday, December 10 10:00 AM-12:00 AM TR, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM T, R, TR 1:00, TR, R, 1:15, 1:30 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM TR 4:00, MTR 4:15, T, TR, R, 4:30 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Thursday classes Friday, December 11 8:00 AM-10:00 AM M, W, F, MWF, 10:00 classes 10:00 AM-12:00 PM MW, MF, MWF 11:00 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM M, W, F, MTWR, MW, MWF 1:00 , 1:30 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM M, MW, W, F, MWF 2:00 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Friday classes

    Saturday, December 12 8:00 AM 8:00 AM/9:00 AM Saturday classes

    winteriM 2009 schedule The Winterim is an independent term and may not be included on Fall or Spring semester schedules. Applicable tuition and fees are charged separately. Students may pre-register for the course during the Fall semester pre-registration or regular registration periods. Regular registration for Winterim will be on Friday, December 11, 2009 during regular office hours.

    winteriM schedule

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP WITHOUT "W" LAST DAY TO DROP WITHOUT " WF" TERM ENDS

    Main Campus December 14 December 15 December 23 December 31 Franklin County December 14 December 15 December 23 December 31

    Main caMpus/deceMBer 14 - deceMBer 31for refund schedule see "three week classes"

    Courses will meet on the following days:

    Monday, December 14Tuesday, December 15Wednesday, December 16Thursday, December 17Friday, December 18Monday, December 21Tuesday, December 22

    Wednesday, December 23Thursday, December 24Monday, December 28Tuesday, December 29Wednesday, December 30Thursday, December 31

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    spring 2010 calendarMain, franklin co., Jefferson college, lewis & clark, Mineral area, & troy/wentzVille

    Main Campus Office Hours 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday - FridayBusiness Office Evening Hours: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday

    Spring Pre-Registration: March 16 - December 18, 2009Regular Registration: January 4, 2009-January 6, 2010

    Late Registration Begins January 5/Ends Last Day To Add As Listed Below

    Residence Halls Open January 3 Last Day for SP/SU 2010 graduates to file for graduation January 22 Mid-Term Exams February 18-19 Final Exams April 21-24 Residence Halls Close April 23 Commencement Exercises April 27

    spring 15 week courses

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP W/OUT W LAST DAY TO DROP W/OUT WF TERM ENDSDMA* January 5 January 15 March 26 April 23DMA1(8wk) January 4 January 11 February 8 February 27DMA2(8wk) March 1 March 8 April 5 April 24

    *Testing/Assessment Day: Wednesday, February 17 (Day Students/Main Campus)*Spring Break: March8-14 (day classes only; evening classes will meet)*Easter Recess: Friday, April 2 - Sunday, April 4 (day classes only; evening classes will meet)

    spring 8 week 1 courses

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP W/OUT W LAST DAY TO DROP W/OUT WF TERM ENDSMonday January 4 January 11 February 8 February 22Tuesday January 5 January 12 February 9 February 23 Wednesday January 6 January 13 February 10 February 24Thursday January 7 January 14 February 11 February 25Friday January 8 January 15 February 12 February 26Saturday January 9 January 16 February 13 February 27

    spring 8 week 2 courses

    SECTION TERM BEGINS LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP W/OUT W LAST DAY TO DROP W/OUT WF TERM ENDSMonday March 1 March 8 April 5 April 19Tuesday March 2 March 9 April 6 April 20Wednesday March 3 March 10 April 7 April 21Thursday March 4 March 11 April 8 April 22Friday March 5 March 12 April 9 April 23Saturday March 6 March 13 April 10 April 24

    *Testing/Assessment Day: Wednesday, March 24 (Evening Only Students/All Sites)

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    final eXaM schedule for spring 2009MAIN CAMPUS CLASSES

    Monday, April 20 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Monday classes

    Tuesday, April 21 8:00 AM-10:00 AM T, R, TR, 8:00, 8:30 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM T, TR, 12:00, 12:15 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM TR 2:00, 3:00 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Tuesday classes

    Wednesday, April 22 8:00 AM-10:00 AM M, W, MW, WF, MTWF, MWRF, MWF, F 8:00 classes 10:00 AM-12:00 AM MW 9:30, MW, WF, MWF, F 9:00 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM MW, MTWRF, WF, MWF, F 12:00 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM M, W, MW, MWF, 3:00, 3:30 classes 4:00 PM-6:00 PM M, W, MW, MWF, 4:00, 4:30 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Wednesday classes

    Thursday, April 23 10:00 AM-12:00 AM TR, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM T, R, TR 1:00, TR, R, 1:15, 1:30 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM TR 4:00, MTR 4:15, T, TR, R, 4:30 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Thursday classes Friday, April 24 8:00 AM-10:00 AM M, W, F, MWF, 10:00 classes 10:00 AM-12:00 PM MW, MF, MWF 11:00 classes 12:00 PM-2:00 PM M, W, F, MTWR, MW, MWF 1:00 , 1:30 classes 2:00 PM-4:00 PM M, MW, W, F, MWF 2:00 classes 6:00 PM 5:00, 6:00 PM Friday classes

    Saturday, April 25 8:00 AM 8:00 AM/9:00 AM Saturday classes

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    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    Main caMpus undergraduate courses fall 2009

    ACCOUNTING ACCT 213 LEC DMA*A Principles of Financial Acctg. Felty MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0ACCT 213 LEC DMA*B Principles of Financial Acctg. Moore MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0ACCT 213 LEC EMA2 Principles of Financial Acctg. Felty R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0ACCT 313 LEC DMA* Intermediate Accounting Felty TR 3:00 PM 4:25 PM TBA 0ACCT 353 LEC DMA* Budgeting Moore TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0ACCT 443 LEC DMA* Auditing Felty MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0

    ARTS ARTS 153 LEC DMA* Art Appreciation Carter TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0ARTS 153 LEC EMA1 Art Appreciation Carter M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0

    COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS BCIS 103 LEC DMA*A Survey of Computing Miller, James MW 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 75BCIS 103 LEC DMA*B Survey of Computing Miller, James MF 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 75BCIS 103 LEC DMA*C Survey of Computing Felty MW 1:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 75BCIS 103 LEC DMA*D Survey of Computing Felty MF 1:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 75BCIS 103 LEC EMA2 Survey of Computing Wiley T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 75BCIS 303 LEC DMA* Info. Tech. Theory & Practice Miller, James MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BCIS 313 LEC DMA* Networks & Telecommunications Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BCIS 473 LEC DMA* Software Engineering I-Analysis & DesignStaff TBA TBA TBA TBA 0BCSC 133 LEC WDL* Intro. To Application Development West WWW 0BCSC 353 LEC DMA* Database Concepts West TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0BCSC 433 LEC DMA* Programming Languages Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BCSC 473 LEC DMA* Software Engineering I-Analysis & DesignStaff TBA TBA TBA TBA 0

    BIOLOGY BIOL 101 LAB DMA*A Introduction to Biology Lab Puhse T 1:30 PM 3:25 PM TBA 25BIOL 101 LAB DMA*B Introduction to Biology Lab Puhse W 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 25BIOL 101 LAB DMA*C Introduction to Biology Lab Puhse R 1:30 PM 3:25 PM TBA 25BIOL 101 LAB DMA*D Introduction to Biology Lab Puhse F 2:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 25BIOL 101 LAB EMA* Introduction to Biology Lab Christensen R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 25BIOL 103 LEC DMA*A Introduction to Biology Puhse MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BIOL 103 LEC DMA*B Introduction to Biology Puhse MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0BIOL 103 LEC EMA* Introduction to Biology Christensen R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0BIOL 111 LAB DMA* General Biology I Lab Thebeau F 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 25BIOL 113 LEC DMA* General Biology I Thebeau MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0BIOL 211 LAB DMA*A Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Thebeau M 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 25BIOL 211 LAB DMA*B Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Thebeau T 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 25BIOL 211 LAB DMA*C Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Thebeau R 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 25BIOL 213 LEC DMA* Anatomy & Physiology I Thebeau TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0BIOL 303 LEC DMA* Nutrition Science Christensen MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0BIOL 321A RES DMA* Environmental Science/Cons Lab Puhse M 2:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0BIOL 323A RES DMA* Environmental Science/Cons Lab Puhse TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0BIOL 382 APPL DMA* Instr. Methods/Problems in Biol Staff TBA TBA TBA 25BIOL 383 APPL DMA* Instr. Methods/Problems in Biol Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BIOL 384 APPL DMA* Instr. Methods/Problems in Biol Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BIOL 423 LEC DMA* Cell Biology Thebeau MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BIOL 481 LAB DMA* Research in Biology Staff TBA TB A TBA 25BIOL 482 LEC DMA* Research in Biology Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BIOL 483 RES DMA* Research in Biology Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BIOL 484 RES DMA* Research in Biology Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BIOL 485 RES DMA* Research in Biology Staff TBA TBA TBA 0BIOL 486 RES DMA* Research in Biology Staff TBA TBA TBA 0

    BIOTECHNOLOGY BIOT 211 LAB DMA* Intro. to Biotechnology Lab Thebeau W 2:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 25BIOT 213 LEC DMA* Introduction to Biotechnology Thebeau MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0

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    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSN 111/211 DMA* Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 121/221 DMA* Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 311/411 DMA* Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 321/421 DMA* Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 303 LEC DMA* Business Ethics Bradford, B. TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0BUSN 333 LEC DMA* Leadership in Free Enterprise Bradford, B. TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0BUSN 341A DMA* Leadership in Free Enterprise System Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 341B DMA* Leadership in Free Enterprise System Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 341C DMA* Leadership in Free Enterprise System Bradford, B. T 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0BUSN 363 LEC DMA* Financial Management Kannenberg TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0BUSN 413 LEC DMA* Business Law I Nunn TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0

    CHEMISTRY CHEM 111 LAB DMA* Intro. to Chemistry Lab Vedamuthu W 2:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 25CHEM 111 LAB DMA*B Intro. to Chemistry Lab Vedamuthu F 3:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 25CHEM 113 LEC DMA* Introduction to Chemistry Vedamuthu MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0CHEM 132L LAB DMA* General Chemistry I Laboratory Vedamuthu R 2:30 PM 5:25 PM TBA 25CHEM 132L LAb DMA*B General Chemistry I Laboratory Vedamuthu R 2:30 PM 5:25 PM TBA 25CHEM 132P LAB DMA* General Chemistry I Problem Solving Vedamuthu R 1:30 PM 2:25 PM TBA 25CHEM 133 LEC DMA* General Chemistry I Vedamuthu TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0CHEM 312 LAB DMA* Organic Chemistry I Lab Vedamuthu T 1:30 PM 5:25 PM TBA 25CHEM 313 LEC DMA* Organic Chemistry I Vedamuthu MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0CHEM 375 APPL DMA* Instr. Methods/Problems in Chem Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 373 APPL DMA* Instr. Methods/Problems in Chem Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 374 APPL DMA* Instr. Methods/Problems in Chem Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 441 LAB DMA* Biochemistry Lab Staff TBA TBA TBA 25CHEM 443 LEC DMA* Biochemistry Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 501 RES DMA* Chemistry Research Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 502 RES DMA* Chemistry Research Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 503 RES DMA* Chemistry Research Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 504 RES DMA* Chemistry Research Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 505 RES DMA* Chemistry Research Staff TBA TBA TBA 0CHEM 506 RES DMA* Chemistry Research Staff TBA TBA TBA 0

    COMMUNICATIONS COEN 223 LEC DMA* Principles of Journalism Winslow, C. TR 12:00PM 1:25PM TBA 0COMM 103 APPL DMA*A Speech Communications Thomas MWF 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 0COMM 103 APPL DMA*B Speech Communications Killebrew MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0COMM 103 APPL DMA*C Speech Communications Killebrew MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0COMM 103 APPL DMA*D Speech Communications Thomas TR 9:30 AM 10:55 AM TBA 0COMM 103 APPL EMA1 Speech Communications Lee, K. M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0COMM 153 APPL EMA2 Appreciation of Film Bennett M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0COMM 153 APPL DMA* Appreciation of Film Killebrew T 3:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0COMM 223 LEC DMA* Media Literacy Thomas MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0COMM 233 LEC DMA* Intro. to Cross/Cultural Comm. Killebrew TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0COMM 263 LEC DMA* Intro. to Audio/Video Comm. Bennett TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0COMM 303 LEC DMA* Understanding Human Comm. Killebrew MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0COMM 412 LEC DMA* Media Interviewing Theory & Tchnqs Thomas TR 1:30 PM 2:25 PM TBA 0COMM 473 INT DMA* Communications Studies Internship Staff TBA TBA TBA 0COMR 373 LEC DMA* Principles of Public Relations Winslow, C. MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0COMR 473 INT DMA* Public Relations Internship Staff TBA TBA TBA 75COMT 353 LEC DMA* Writing for Convergence Media Winslow, C. TR 9:30AM 10:55AM TBA 0COMT 363 LEC DMA* Video Production I Bennett MWF 2:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0COMT 413 LEC DMA* Broadcast Techniques Winslow, C. MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0COMT 473 INT DMA* Broadcast Media Internship Staff TBA TBA TBA 75COMT 483A LEC DMA* Studio Production I Bennett TR 10:00AM 12:25PM TBA 0COMT 483B LEC DMA* Studio Production II Bennett TR 10:00AM 12:25PM TBA 0

    CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJS 133 LEC EMA2 Intro. to Administration of Justice Kellogg M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0CRJS 223 LEC EMA1 Correctional Institutions Hoelzer M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0

  • www.mobap.edu12 Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule

    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    CRJS 343 LEC EMA1 "Ciminal Courts, Probation & Parole" Saulters R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0CRJS 433 LEC EMA2 Evidence Crawford T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0CRJS 463 LEC EMA1 Organization & Administration Crawford T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0CRJS 471 INT DMA* Internship in Criminal Justice Crawford TBA TBA TBA 25CRJS 472 INT DMA* Internship in Criminal Justice Crawford TBA TBA TBA 50CRJS 473 INT DMA* Internship in Criminal Justice Crawford TBA TBA TBA 75CRJS 474 INT DMA* Internship in Criminal Justice Crawford TBA TBA TBA 100CRJS 475 INT DMA* Internship in Criminal Justice Crawford TBA TBA TBA 125CRJS 476 INT DMA* Internship in Criminal Justice Crawford TBA TBA TBA 150CRPO 453 LEC EMA2 Constitutional Law Hoelzer R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0

    ECONOMICS ECON 123 LEC DMA* Microeconomics Moore MWF 11:00 AM 11:55 AM TBA 0ECON 123 LEC DMA*B Microeconomics Kannenberg MWF 2:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0ECON 123 LEC EMA2 Microeconomics Kannenberg M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0ECON 123 WEB WDL* Microeconomics Moore WWW 0

    EDUCATION ECCL 466 EXP DMA Working with the Preschool Child Giesing MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 150ECCL 476 EXP DMA1 Student Teaching: Early Childhood Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500ECCL 486 EXP DMA2 Student Teaching: Early Childhood Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500ECED 363 WEB WDL* Fam & Comm Resources PK-3/ClnclExp Harty WWW 0 ECED 413 LEC EMA2 Language Acquisition of Young Child McConachieM 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0ECED 423 WEB WDL2 Perceptual Motor Dvlpmnt/Young Child McConachie WWW 0ECSP 403 WEB WDL2 Intro Erly Chld Spcl Educ:Sem&FldExp Hanson WWW 0ECSP 486 EXP DMA2 Student Teaching:EarlyChldhdSpclEd Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500EDCL 211 EXP DMA* Teaching Field Experience I Guyton W 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 25EDCL 411 EXP DMA* Teaching Field Experience II Guyton W 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 25EDEN 463 WEB WDL1 Teaching Literature Within the Curr. Bueneman-WatkinsWWW 0EDHE 453 SFE DMA* Currclm/Thry/Meth HlthSci PK-12:SemFldExp Pitzer TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0EDMS 433 WEB WDL2 Tchng Social Studies 5-12: SFE Staff WWW 0EDMS 443 WEB WDL1 Middle School: Phlsphy & Orgnztn Bueneman-WatkinsWWW 0EDMS 473 WEB WDL* Tchng. Math in Grades 5-12: SFE Holschen. WWW 0EDMS 483 WEB WDL* Teaching Science 5-12:Sem&FldExp Christensen WWW 0EDPE 443 SFE DMA* Crrclm/Thry/Meth of PE 5-12: SemFldExp Pitzer TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0EDPS 383 LEC EMA2 Psychology of Teaching and Learning Daiber R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDPS 383 WEB WDL1 Psychology of Teaching and Learning Dales WWW 0EDPS 383 WEB WDL2 Psychology of Teaching and Learning Dales WWW 0EDPS 453 LEC DMA* The Exceptional Child Staff TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0EDPS 453 WEB WDL1 The Exceptional Child Dolan WWW 0EDPS 453 WEB WDL2 The Exceptional Child Dolan WWW 0EDRD 423 LEC EMA1 Integ. of Literacy in Content Areas Denney T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDRD 433 SFE EMA1 Fndtns of Ltrcy Instrctn PK-6: SFE Belmar R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDRD 443 LEC EMA2 Analysis&Correctn/Rdng Disabilities Bouas R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDSM 413 EXP DMA* Sport Facility Management Merrick MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0EDSP 413 LEC EMA2 Lang.Dev.& Disorders of Except. Child. Gillespie T 5:00 PM9:30 PM TBA 0EDSP 434 SFE EMA1 Intro/MthTchng&InclsnStdnt/Cross-CatDsblts/FldExpDaiber R 5:00 PM9:30 PM TBA 0EDSP 453 WEB WDL2 Tchng Remedial Math K-12:Sem&FldExp Belmar WWW 0EDSP 463 LEC EMA2 Indiv. Diag & Classrm Assess. Denney M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDSP 486 EXP DMA2 StdntTchng:Cross-CtgriclDisabilities Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500EDST 473 SFE DMA* MthdsofTchngSpeech/TheatreinGrades 5-12:Sem/Fld ExpBennett MWF 4:00PM4:55PM TBA 0EDUC 213 LEC DMA* Foundational Perspectives of Education Jacobi-Lamb MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0EDUC 213 LEC EMA1 Foundational Perspectives of Education Ebbesmeyer M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDUC 213 WEB WDL*A Foundational Perspectives of Education Freeman WWW 0EDUC 213 WEB WDL*B Foundational Perspectives of Education Henry WWW 0EDUC 301 SEM DMA* Prfssnl Grwth & Portfolio Dvlpmnt I French W 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC DMA* Methods of Teaching Bimes TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC EMA2 Methods of Teaching Bimes M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDUC 313 WEB WDL2 Curriculum Dvlpmnt/Secondary:Sem & Fld ExpWinslow, K. WWW 0EDUC 373 WEB WDL2 Technology & Instructional Media Blanco WWW 0EDUC 373 WEB WDL1 Technology & Instructional Media Henry WWW 0EDUC 401 SEM DMA* Prfssnl Grwth & Portfolio Dvlpmnt II French W 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 0EDUC 471 SEM DMA* Student Teaching Seminar French M 3:00 PM 4:25 PM TBA 0ELCL 476 EXP DMA1 Student Teaching: Elementary Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500

  • Missouri Baptist University Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule 13

    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    ELCL 486 EXP DMA2 Student Teaching: Elementary Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500ELED 453 LEC DMA* Integ Lang Arts Conc for ECE/ELED Bouas TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0ELED 463 LEC EMA1 Integ Soc Stud./Geo Concpt ECE/ELED Bimes M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0ELED 473 LEC DMA1 Intg Math/Sci Concpt I PK-6:Sem&FldExp Winslow, K. MWF 2:00 PM 3:25 PM TBA 0ELED 483 LEC DMA2 Intg Math/Sci Concpt II PK-6:Sem&FldExp Winslow, K. MWF 2:00 PM 3:25 PM TBA 0EMCL 476 EXP DMA1 Student Teaching: Middle School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500EMCL 486 EXP DMA2 Student Teaching: Middle School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500ESCL 476 EXP DMA1 Student Teaching: Secondary School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500ESCL 486 EXP DMA2 Student Teaching: Secondary School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM TBA 500ETOP 423 LEC EMA1 Classroom & Behavior Management Stanfield T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC EMA2 Classroom & Behavior Management Stanfield M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0HUED 403 LEC EMA2 Theories & Tchnqs of Group Counseling Doherty R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0HUED 433 LEC EMA1 Theories/Tech CnslingStdnts&Families Vaughn R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0HUED 443 LEC EMA2 Transition/Career Dvlpmn & Voc Ed Allen, K. R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0PHED 133 WEB WDL* First Aid & Emergency Care Shelden WWW 0PHED 203 LEC DMA* Coaching Team Sports Pitzer TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0

    ENGLISH ENGL 103 LEC DMA English Grammar Abraham MWF 11:00AM 11:55PM TBA 0ENGL 103 LEC DMA*B English Grammar Abraham MWF 12:00AM 12:55PM TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC DMA*A English Composition I Miller, J. MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC DMA*B English Composition I Han MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC DMA*C English Composition I Miller, J. MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC DMA*D English Composition I Bagley MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC DMA*E English Composition I Han MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC DMA*G English Composition I Fuquay MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0ENGL 123 LEC DMA*A English Composition II Fuquay MWF 2:00:PM 2:55 PM TBA 0ENGL 123 LEC DMA*B English Composition II Miller, J. MWF 3:00:PM 3:55 PM TBA 0ENGL 123 LEC DMA*C English Composition II Miller, J. TR 8:00:AM 9:25 AM TBA 0ENGL 203 LEC DMA*A World Literary Types Bagley MWF 2:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0ENGL 203 LEC DMA*B World Literary Types Han TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0ENGL 203 WEB WDL*A World Literary Types Han WWW 0ENGL 203 WEB WDL*B World Literary Types Han WWW 0ENGL 283 LEC EMA* Individualized WritingInstruction Bagley M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0ENGL 303 LEC DMA* History of the English Language Bagley TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0ENGL 343C LEC DMA* Minority Literature Bagley TR 3:00 PM 4:25 PM TBA 0ENGL 433 LEC DMA* Business Writing Fuquay MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0ENGL 353A LEC DMA* British Literature I Bagley TR 9:30 AM 10:55PM TBA 0

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTR 303 LEC DMA* Intro to Entrepreneurship Staff MWF 2:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0ENTR 363 LEC EMA2 Entrepreneurial Financial Somers T 6:00 PM 10:30 PM TBA 0

    HEALTH AND SPORTS SCIENCES EXSC 113 LEC DMA* Introduction to Exercise Science Kimzey MWF 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 0EXSC 113 LEC DMA*B Introduction to Exercise Science Kimzey TR 9:30 AM 10:55 AM TBA 0EXSC 283 LEC DMA* History & Philosophy of Sport Uschold MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0EXSC 313 LEC DMA* Exercise Physiology I Kimzey MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0EXSC 343 WEB WDL* Motor Learning & Control Kimzey WWW 0EXSC 363 WEB WDL* Adapted Physical Activity Kimzey WWW 0EXSC 411 LAB DMA* Exercise Testing & Prescription Lab Danhoff TR 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 25EXSC 413 LEC DMA* Exercise Testing & Prescription Danhoff TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0EXSC 433 LEC DMA* Biomechanics Kimzey TR 8:00 AM 9:25AM TBA 0EXSC 453 LEC DMA* Fitness Management Danhoff MWF 10:00 AM 10:55 AM TBA 0EXSC 476 INT DMA* Internship in Exercise Science Kimzey TBA TBA TBA 75EXSC 483 LEC DMA* Principles of Human Performance Danhoff MWF 11:00 PM 11:55 AM TBA 0KACT 101A ACT DMA1 Archery Uschold MW 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 25KACT 101D ACT DMA* Self-Defense for Women Kimzey MW 10:00 AM 10:55 AM TBA 25KACT 101F WEB WDL* Fitness Theory and Practice Kimzey WWW 0KACT 101G ACT EMA1 Golf Pitzer M 5:00 PM 8:30 PM TBA 25KACT 101K ACT EMA* Chinese Kung Fu Kimzey TR 7:00 PM 9:00 PM TBA 0KACT 101WACT DMA* Strength Training Farrell MW 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 25KACT 101X ACT EMAW Bowling Kelly S 8:00 AM 12:00PM TBA 0

  • www.mobap.edu14 Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule

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    KACT 201D ACT DMA* Intermediate Self-Defense-Women Kimzey MW 10:00 AM 110:55 AM TBA 25KACT 201K ACT EMA* Intermediate Chinese Kung Fu Kimzey TR 7:00 PM 9:00 PM TBA 0KHSC 102 LEC DMA* Substance Abuse Dixon TR 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 0KHSC 333 LEC DMA*A Health and Wellness Farrell MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0KHSC 333 LEC DMA*B Health and Wellness Wingate MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0KHSC 333 LEC DMA*C Health and Wellness Maurer TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0KHSC 333 LEC DMA*D Health and Wellness Schick TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0KHSC 333 LEC DMA*E Health and Wellness Comfort, G. MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0KHSC 333 WEB WDL*A Health and Wellness Pitzer WWW 0KHSC 333 WEB WDL*B Health and Wellness Dill WWW 0KHSC 373 WEB WDL* Community Health Shelden WWW 0PHED 133 WEB WDL* First Aid & Emergency Care Shelden WWW 0PHED 203 LEC DMA* Coaching Team Sports Pitzer TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0

    HISTORY HIRE 313B LEC DMA* Baptist History Chrisope TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0HIST 113 LEC DMA* Western Civilization I Heckel MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0HIST 213 LEC DMA* United States History I Staff MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0HIST 213 LEC EMA2 United States History I Chartrand R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0HIST 303 LEC DMA* Intro. to the Study of History Staff TR 3:00 PM 4:25 PM TBA 0HIST 363 LEC EMA1 Early American History Chartrand R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0HIST 373 LEC EMA2 History of England Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0

    HUMAN SERVICES HUED 403 LEC EMA2 Theories & Tchnqs of Group Counseling Doherty R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0HUED 433 LEC EMA1 Theories/Tech CnslingStdnts&Families Vaughn R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0HUED 443 LEC EMA2 Transition/Career Dvlpmn & Voc Ed Allen, K. R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0HUSR 213 LEC DMA1 Intro. to Human Services Vines F 1:00 PM 5:30 PM TBA 0HUSR 313 LEC DMA2 Assessment & Case Mgmt. Vines F 1:00 PM 5:30 PM TBA 0HUSR 473A INT DMA* Internship in Human Services I Ackerson TBA TBA TBA 75HUSR 473B INT DMA* Internship in Human Services II Ackerson TBA TBA TBA 75HUSR 473C INT DMA* Internship in Child Care Work Ackerson TBA TBA TBA 75

    INTERDISIPLINARY STUDIES IDST 403 LEC DMA*A World Citizen Combs TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0IDST 403 LEC DMA*B World Citizen Combs TR 3:00 PM 4:25 PM TBA 0IDST 403 LEC EMA1 World Citizen Stearman M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0IDST 403 LEC EMA2 World Citizen McDonald M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0

    MATHEMATICS MATH 113 LEC DMA* Intermediate Algebra Neil MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0MATH 123 LEC EMA1 Contemporary College Mathematics Kuryla M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0MATH 123 LEC DMA* Contemporary College Mathematics Kuryla MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0MATH 133 LEC DMA*A College Algebra Kuryla MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0MATH 133 LEC DMA*B College Algebra Walston MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0MATH 133 LEC DMA*C College Algebra Cochran TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0MATH 133 LEC DMA*D College Algebra Walston MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0MATH 133 LEC DMA*E College Algebra Smith, D. TR 12:00 PM1:25 PM TBA 0MATH 133 LEC EMA* College Algebra Stamps T 6:00 PM 8:45 PM TBA 0MATH 154 LEC DMA* Precalculus Deese MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0 R 12:00 PM 12:55 PM TBA 0MATH 154 WEB WDL* Precalculus Deese WWW 0MATH 164 LEC DMA* Calculus I Tai MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0 T 12:00 PM 12:55 PM TBA 0MATH 243 LEC DMA*A Probability and Statistics Cochran TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0MATH 243 LEC DMA*B Probability and Statistics Winslow, K. MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0MATH 243 WEB WD1 Probability and Statistics Stroups WWW 0MATH 254 LEC DMA* Calculus II Tai MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0 R 12:00 PM 12:55 PM TBA 0MATH 264 LEC DMA* Calculus III Tai MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0 W 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0MATH 353 LEC DMA* Linear Algebra Tai TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0MATH 433 SEM DMA* Mathematics Seminar Deese MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0MATH 453A LEC DMA* Advanced Calculus I Deese MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0

  • Missouri Baptist University Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule 15

    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    MANAGEMENT MGMT 303 LEC DMA* Management Concepts and Practices Maclin MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0MGMT 353 LEC DMA* Production & Operations Management Kannenberg MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0MGMT 433 LEC DMA* Human Resource Management Kannenberg TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0

    MARKETING MRKT 313 LEC DMA* Intro. To Marketing Maclin MWF 11:00 AM11:55 AM TBA 0MRKT 373 LEC DMA* Market Research Kontrim-Baumann TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0

    MUSIC MUAI 141 APPL DMA* Class Percussion Cox, K. F 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 110MUAI 111BG APPL DMA* Private Bass Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111BN APPL DMA* Private Bassoon Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111CL APPL DMA* Private Clarinet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111DB APPL DMA* Private Double Bass Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111FL APPL DMA* Private Flute/Piccolo Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111GT APPL DMA* Private Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111HN APPL DMA* Private Horn Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111HP APPL DMA* Private Harp Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111OB APPL DMA* Private Oboe Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111PC APPL DMA* Private Percussion Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111SX APPL DMA* Private Saxophone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111TB APPL DMA* Private Trombone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111TP APPL DMA* Private Trumpet/Cornet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111TU APPL DMA* Private Tuba/Euphonium Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111VA APPL DMA* Private Viola Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111VC APPL DMA* Private Cello Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 111VN APPL DMA* Private Violin Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 112BG APPL DMA* Private Bass Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112BN APPL DMA* Private Bassoon Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112CL APPL DMA* Private Clarinet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112DB APPL DMA* Private Double Bass Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112FL APPL DMA* Private Flute/Piccolo Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112GT APPL DMA* Private Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112HN APPL DMA* Private Horn Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112HP APPL DMA* Private Harp Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112OB APPL DMA* Private Oboe Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112PC APPL DMA* Private Percussion Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112SX APPL DMA* Private Saxophone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112TB APPL DMA* Private Trombone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112TP APPL DMA* Private Trumpet/Coronet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112TU APPL DMA* Private Tuba/Euphonium Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112VA APPL DMA* Private Viola Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112VC APPL DMA* Private Cello Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 112VN APPL DMA* Private Violin Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 311BG APPL DMA* Private Bass Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311BN APPL DMA* Private Bassoon Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311CL APPL DMA* Private Clarinet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311DB APPL DMA* Private Double Bass Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311FL APPL DMA* Private Flute/Piccolo Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311GT APPL DMA* Private Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311HN APPL DMA* Private Horn Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311HP APPL DMA* Private Harp Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311OB APPL DMA* Private Oboe Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311PC APPL DMA* Private Percussion Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311SX APPL DMA* Private Saxophone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311TB APPL DMA* Private Trombone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311TP APPL DMA* Private Trumpet/Coronet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311TU APPL DMA* Private Tuba/Euphonium Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311VA APPL DMA* Private Viola Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311VC APPL DMA* Private Cello Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 311VN APPL DMA* Private Violin Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 225MUAI 312BG APPL DMA* Private Bass Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340

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    MUAI 312BN APPL DMA* Private Bassoon Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312CL APPL DMA* Private Clarinet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312DB APPL DMA* Private Double Bass Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312FL APPL DMA* Private Flute/Piccolo Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312GT APPL DMA* Private Guitar Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312HN APPL DMA* Private Horn Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312HP APPL DMA* Private Harp Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312OB APPL DMA* Private Oboe Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312PC APPL DMA* Private Percussion Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312SX APPL DMA* Private Saxophone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312TB APPL DMA* Private Trombone Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312TP APPL DMA* Private Trumpet/Coronet Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312TU APPL DMA* Private Tuba/Euphonium Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312VA APPL DMA* Private Viola Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312VC APPL DMA* Private Cello Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAI 312VN APPL DMA* Private Violin Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 340MUAO 111 APPL DMA* Private Organ Benton TBA TBA TBA 225MUAO 112 APPL DMA* Private Organ Benton TBA TBA TBA 340MUAO 311 APPL DMA* Private Organ Benton TBA TBA TBA 225MUAO 312 APPL DMA* Private Organ Benton TBA TBA TBA 340MUAP 111 APPL DMA* Private Piano Benton TBA TBA TBA 225MUAP 112 APPL DMA* Private Piano Benton TBA TBA TBA 340MUAP 131 APPL DMA* Class Piano I Benton TR 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 110MUAP 251 APPL DMA* Class Piano III Benton MW 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 110MUAP 271 APPL DMA* Accompanying I Benton TBA TBA TBA 0MUAP 311 APPL DMA* Private Piano Benton TBA TBA TBA 225MUAP 312 APPL DMA* Private Piano Benton TBA TBA TBA 340MUAS 110 APPL DMA*B Studio Class Benton F 2:00 PM 2:25 PM TBA 0MUAS 110 APPL DMA*C Studio Class Cox, K. F 2:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUAS 110 APPL DMA*L Studio Class Lacey F 2:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUAS 310 APPL DMA*B Studio Class Benton F 2:00 PM 2:25 PM TBA 0MUAS 310 APPL DMA*C Studio Class Cox, K. F 2:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUAS 310 APPL DMA*L Studio Class Lacey F 2:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUAV 111 APPL DMA* Private Voice Lacey TBA TBA TBA 310MUAV 112 APPL DMA* Private Voice Lacey TBA TBA TBA 450MUAV 151 APPL DMA* Class Voice I Staff M 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 110MUAV 311 APPL DMA* Private Voice Lacey TBA TBA TBA 310MUAV 312 APPL DMA* Private Voice Lacey TBA TBA TBA 450MUAV 331 APPL DMA* Private Contemporary Voice Lacey TBA TBA TBA 310MUAV 332 APPL DMA* Private Contemporary Voice Lacey TBA TBA TBA 450MUAV 342 APPL DMA* Vocal Styles Lacey TR 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUCL 111 APPL DMA* Chorale Smith,L. MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0MUCL 131 APPL EMA* MBU Choral Society Smith,L. M 7:00 PM 8:30 PM TBA 0MUCL 311 APPL DMA* Chorale Smith,L. MWF 1:00 PM 1:55 PM TBA 0MUCL 331 APPL EMA* MBU Choral Society Smith,L. M 7:00 PM 8:30 PM TBA 0MUCS 111 APPL EMA* Theatre Production Powell TBA TBA TBA 0MUCS 121 APPL EMA* Sprirt Wing Andrews R 7:00 PM 8:55 PM TBA 0MUCS 131 APPL DMA* Vocal Ensemble-Allusion Lacey TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0MUCS 171 APPL DMA* Chamber Singers Smith,L. TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUCS 181 APPL DMA* Chamber Vocal Ensemble Smith,L. TBA TBA TBA 0MUCS 321 APPL EMA* Spirit Wing Andrews R 7:00 PM 8:55 PM TBA 0MUCS 331 APPL DMA* Vocal Ensemble-Allusion Lacey TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0MUCS 371 APPL DMA* Chamber Singers Smith,L. TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUCS 381 APPL DMA* Chamber Vocal Ensemble Smith,L. TBA TBA TBA 0MUED 202 APPL DMA* Basic Conducting Smith,L. TR 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 0MUED 332 APPL DMA* Instrumental Methods & Materials Cox, K. WF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0MUHL 102 LEC DMA* Survey of Music Literature Faszold MW 2:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0MUHL 153 LEC DMA* Appreciation of Music Cox, K. TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0MUHL 412 LEC DMA* Instrumental Pedagogy Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 0MUIL 131 APPL DMA* Large String Ensemble Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 0MUIL 151 APPL DMA* MBU Concert Band Cox, K. T 7:00 PM 8:30 PM TBA 0 R 12:00 PM 1:30 PM TBA 0MUIL 331 APPL DMA* Large String Ensemble Cox, K. TBA TBA TBA 0

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    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    MUIL 351 APPL DMA* MBU Concert Band Cox, K. T 7:00 PM 8:30 PM TBA 0 R 12:00 PM 1:30 PM TBA 0MUIS 111 APPL DMA* MBU Ringers Benton W 2:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUIS 131 APPL DMA* MBU Jazz Band Cox,K. TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0MUIS 151 APPL DMA*B Chamber Ensemble - Piano Benton TBA TBA TBA 0MUIS 151 APPL DMA*H Chamber Ensemble - Strings Heyl M 4:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0MUIS 311 APPL DMA* MBU Ringers Benton W 2:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUIS 331 APPL DMA* MBU Jazz Band Cox, K. TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0MUIS 351 APPL DMA*B Chamber Ensemble - Piano Benton TBA TBA TBA 0MUIS 351 APPL DMA*H Chamber Ensemble - Strings Heyl M 4:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0MURA 110 APPL DMA* Recital Attendance Benton T 12:30 PM 1:25 PM TBA 0MURA 310 APPL DMA* Recital Attendance Benton T 12:30 PM 1:25PM TBA 0MURP 382 APPL DMA* Junior Recital Staff TBA TBA TBA 300MURP 502 APPL DMA* Senior Recital Staff TBA TBA TBA 300MUST 401 LEC DMA* Special Topics in Music Staff TBA TBA TBA 0MUST 402 LEC DMA* Special Topics in Music Staff TBA TBA TBA 0MUST 403 LEC DMA* Special Topics in Music Staff TBA TBA TBA 0MUTH 101 APPL DMA*A Intro. to Music Technology Faszold M 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUTH 101 APPL DMA*B Intro. to Music Technology Faszold W 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUTH 103 LEC DMA* Fundamentals of Music Cox, K. MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0MUTH 121 APPL DMA* Sight Singing/Ear Training II Smith, L. MW 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 0MUTH 123 LEC DMA* Theory II Smith, L. MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0MUTH 221 APPL DMA* Sight Singing/Ear Training IV Benton MW 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0MUTH 223 LEC DMA* Theory IV Faszold MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0MUTH 412 LEC DMA* Orchestration Faszold MW 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0MUTS 131 APPL EMA* Musical Theatre Production Powell TBA TBA TBA 0MUTS 331 APPL EMA* Musical Theatre Production Powell TBA TBA TBA 0MUWA 371 APPL DMA* Worship Performance Workshop Andrews R 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 0MUWA 463 LEC DMA* Worship History & Leadership Andrews MWF 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUWA 471 APPL DMA* Worship Performance Workshop Andrews R 4:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 0

    PHILOSOPHY RPHI 213 LEC DMA*A Introduction to Philosophy Johnson MWF 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 0RPHI 213 LEC DMA*B Introduction to Philosophy Johnson TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0RPHI 213 WEB WDL* Introduction to Philosophy Staff WWW 0RPHI 413 LEC EMA2 Christian Ethics McClain R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0

    PHYSICAL SCIENCE PHYS 101 LAB DMA*A Intro. to Physical Science Lab Neil M 1:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 25PHYS 101 LAB DMA*B Intro. to Physical Science Lab Neil W 12:00PM 1:55 PM TBA 25PHYS 101 LAB DMA*C Intro. to Physical Science Lab Neil F 11:00AM 12:55PM TBA 25PHYS 103 LEC DMA* Introduction to Physical Science Neil MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0PHYS 122 LAB DMA* Geology/Earth Science Lab Christensen T 1:30 PM 5:25 PM TBA 50PHYS 123 LEC DMA* Geology and Earth Science Christensen TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0PHYS 211 LAB DMA* General Physics I Lab Deese W 3:00 PM 4:55 PM TBA 25PHYS 213 LEC DMA* General Physics I Deese MWF 2:00 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0

    POLITICAL SCIENCE CRPO 453 LEC EMA2 Constitutional Law Hoelzer R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0POLS 113 LEC EMA1 Federal Government Brown T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0POLS 363 LEC EMA2 The African American Const. Exp. Brown T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0POLS 471 INT DMA* Internship in Local Government Staff TBA TBA TBA 25POLS 472 INT DMA* Internship in Local Government Staff TBA TBA TBA 50POLS 473 INT DMA* Internship in Local Government Staff TBA TBA TBA 75POLS 474 INT DMA* Internship in Local Government Staff TBA TBA TBA 100POLS 475 INT DMA* Internship in Local Government Staff TBA TBA TBA 125POLS 476 INT DMA* Internship in Local Government Staff TBA TBA TBA 150

    PSYCHOLOGY EDPS 383 LEC EMA1 Psychology of Teaching and Learning Daiber R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0EDPS 383 WEB WDL1 Psychology of Teaching and Learning Dales WWW 0EDPS 383 WEB WDL2 Psychology of Teaching and Learning Dales WWW 0EDPS 453 LEC DMA* The Exceptional Child Staff TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0EDPS 453 WEB WDL1 The Exceptional Child Dolan WWW 0EDPS 453 WEB WDL2 The Exceptional Child Dolan WWW 0

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    PSHU 493 SEM EMA2 Spec Top in Beh Sci: Soc & Psych of Religion Ackerson T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0PSRL 433 LEC EMA1 Psychology of Moral/Spiritual Dev. Bailey R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0PSSC 373 LEC DMA* Research Methods in Soc/Beh Science Kohler TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0PSSC 423 WEB WDL1 Psychosocial Aspects of Aging Brand WWW 0PSSC 443 LEC EMA2 Death & Dying Bailey R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0PSYC 133 LEC DMA*A General Psychology Bailey MWF 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 0PSYC 133 LEC DMA*B General Psychology Bailey TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0PSYC 313 LEC DMA* Human Growth & Development Brand TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0PSYC 323 LEC EMA2 Abnormal Psychology Brand M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0PSYC 343 LEC EMA1 Adolescent Psychology Brand M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0PSYC 473 INT DMA* Internship in Psychology Brand TBA TBA TBA 75

    RELIGION, RELIGIOUS EDUCATION & BIBLICAL LANGUAGES HIRE 313B LEC DMA* Baptist History Chrisope TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0PSRL 433 LEC EMA1 Psychology of Moral/Spiritual Dev. Bailey R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC DMA* Old Testament History Chambers MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC EMA1 Old Testament History Lunn T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RBIB 113 WEB WDL* Old Testament History Hurtgen WWW 0RBIB 113 WEB WDL*B Old Testament History Hurtgen WWW 0RBIB 123 LEC DMA* New Testament History White TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC EMA2 New Testament History Lunn T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RBIB 123 WEB WDL* New Testament History Leonard WWW 0RBIB 333 LEC DMA* Advanced New Testament I Wilson MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0RBLA 210 WKSP DMA* Biblical Language Workshop Wilson M 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0RBLA 214 LEC DMA* Elementary Koine I Wilson WF 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0RBLA 313 LEC EMA1 Intermediate Koine I McClain R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RBLA 413 WEB WDL* New Testament Greek Exegesis I McClain WWW 0RBLA 433 LEC DMA* Elementary Classical Hebrew I Wilson TR 8:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0REMU 010 LEC DMA* Ministerial Scholarship McClain TBA TBA TBA 0RPHI 213 LEC DMA*A Introduction to Philosophy Johnson MWF 8:00 AM 8:55 AM TBA 0RPHI 213 LEC DMA*B Introduction to Philosophy Johnson TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0RPHI 213 WEB WDL* Introduction to Philosophy McClain WWW 0RPHI 413 LEC EMA2 Christian Ethics Greever R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RRED 273 LEC DMA* Foundations for Christian Ministry McClain MWF 2:00 PM 3:00 PM TBA 0RRED 273 WEB WDL* Foundations for Christian Ministry McClain WWW 0RRED 303 LEC DMA* Missions and Mercy Greever MWF 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0RRED 343 WEB WDL* Discipleship & Evnglsm:Leading in Spritual FrmatnMcClain WWW 0RRED 363 LEC DMA* Evangelism & Discipleship of Youth Coker TR 12:00PM 1:25 PM TBA 0RRED 413 LEC DMA* Church Administration Coker TR 1:30 PM 2:55 PM TBA 0RRED 423 LEC EMA2 Basics of Biblical Counseling Braden M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RRED 433 LEC EMA2 Intro. to Cross-Cultural Ministry Bradford,T. R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RREL 343B LEC EMA1 Man & Sin Johnson M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0RREL 343C LEC DMA* Redemption & Reconciliation Chrisope TR 3:00 PM 4:25 PM TBA 0

    SOCIOLOGY PSSC 303 LEC EMA1 Social Psychology Puls T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0PSSC 373 LEC DMA* Research Methods in Soc/Beh Science Kohler TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0PSSC 423 WEB WDL1 Psychosocial Aspects of Aging Brand WWW 0PSSC 443 LEC EMA2 Death & Dying Bailey R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0SOCO 113 LEC DMA* Introduction to Sociology Ackerson TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0SOCO 113 WEB WDL* Introduction to Sociology Vines WWW 0SOCO 213 LEC EMA1 Social Issues And Problems Ackerson T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0SOCO 323 LEC DMA* Marriage and the Family Puls MWF 10:00AM 10:55AM TBA 0

    SPANISH SPAN 114 LEC EMA* Elementary Spanish I Dudley MTR 4:15 PM 5:30 PM TBA 0SPAN 211 CONV EMA* Cont Practice/Spanish Conversation Dudley TBA TBA TBA 0SPAN 313 LEC EMA* Advanced Spanish I Dudley R 6:00 PM 9:00 PM TBA 0

    SPORT MANAGEMENT SMGT 113 LEC DMA* Intro to Sport Management Shelden MWF 9:00 AM 9:55 AM TBA 0SMGT 113 WEB WDL* Intro to Sport Management Pierce WWW 0SMGT 223 PCTM DMA* Sport Management Practicum Pierce T 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 75SMGT 253 WEB WDL* Tournament & Event Management Pierce WWW 0

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    SMGT 263 WEB WDL* Communication in Sport Uschold WWW 0SMGT 333 LEC DMA* Sport Sociology Shelden TR 12:00PM 1:25PM TBA 0SMGT 423 LEC DMA* Sport Law Pierce TR 9:30 AM 10:55AM TBA 0SMGT 433 LEC DMA* Sport Psychology Shelden MWF 11:00AM 11:55AM TBA 0SMGT 433 WEB WDL* Sport Psychology Comfort, G. WWW 0SMGT 453 WEB WDL* Volunteer Management Comfort, G. WWW 0SMGT 463 WEB WDL* Sport Finance Comfort, J. WWW 0SMGT 476 INT DMA* Sport Management Internship Pierce TBA TBA TBA 150

    THEATRE THEA 103 APPL EMA2 Intro to Theatre Lee, K. M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TBA 0THEA 253 APPL DMA* Dance I Staff TR 8:00 AM 9:25 AM TBA 0THEA 313 LEC DMA* History of Theatre Powell MWF 12:00PM 12:55PM TBA 0THEP 111 ENS EMA* Theatre Production Powell TBA TBA TBA 0THEP 131 APPL DMA* In Charactre/Drama Troupe Powell M 4:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0THEP 311 APPL EMA* Theatre Production Powell TBA TBA TBA 0THEP 331 APPL DMA* In Charactre/Drama Troupe Powell M 4:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0THEP 471 INT DMA* Theatre Internship Powell TBA TBA TBA 25THEP 472 INT DMA* Theatre Internship Powell TBA TBA TBA 50THEP 473 INT DMA* Theatre Internship Powell TBA TBA TBA 75THEP 474 INT DMA* Theatre Internship Powell TBA TBA TBA 100THEP 475 INT DMA* Theatre Internship Powell TBA TBA TBA 125THEP 476 INT DMA* Theatre Internship Powell TBA TBA TBA 150

    WORSHIP ARTS MUWA 371 APPL DMA* Worship Performance Workshop Andrews R 5:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0MUWA 463 LEC DMA* Worship History & Leadership Andrews MWF 3:00 PM 3:55 PM TBA 0MUWA 471 APPL DMA* Worship Performance Workshop Andrews R 5:00 PM 5:55 PM TBA 0

  • www.mobap.edu20 Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule

    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    franklin county undergraduate courses fall 2009

    15 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - DECEMBER 11) EDCL 211 EXP EFC* Teaching Field Experience I Staff TBA TBA Franklin-TBA 25EDCL 411 EXP EFC* Teaching Field Experience II Staff TBA TBA Franklin-TBA 25EDUC 301 SEM EFC* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development I Dubuque T 4:00 PM 5:00 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 401 SEM EFC* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development II Dubuque T 4:00 PM 5:00 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 471 SEM DFC* Student Teaching Seminar Tierney W 3:00 PM 4:25 PM Franklin-TBA 0

    FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) BUSN 303 LEC EFC1 Business Ethics Willard T 5:30 PM 10:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0ECCL 476 EXP DFC1 Student Teaching: Early Childhood Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500ECED 413 LEC EFC1 Lang. Acq. Of Young Child Giesing W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDPS 453 LEC EFC1 The Exceptional Child Brewer W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDRD 423 LEC DFC1 Integ. Of Lit. In Content Areas Giesing MW 8:30 AM 10:55AM Franklin-TBA 0EDRD 423 LEC EFC1 Integ. Of Lit. In Content Areas Bray M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDRD 423 LEC EFC1B Integ. Of Lit in Content Areas Bray S 9:00 AM 12:55 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDSP 453 SFE EFC1 Tchng. Remedial Math K-12:SFE Scherrer R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 213 LEC EFC1 Foundational Perspectives of Ed. Sumner M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC DFC1 Methods of Teaching Staff T 8:30 AM 1:55 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC EFC1 Methods of Teaching Dubuque T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 373 LEC EFC1 Technology & Instructional Media Sumner R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0ELCL 476 EXP DFC1 Student Teaching: Elementary Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500EMCL 476 EXP DFC1 Student Teaching: Middle School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500ESCL 476 EXP DFC1 Student Teaching: Secondary School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500 ETOP 423 LEC DFC1 Classroom & Behavior Management Giesing R 8:30 AM 1:55 PM Franklin-TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC EFC1 Classroom & Behavior Management Thater T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC EFC1 World Citizen Scheperle M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0PSYC 313 LEC EFC1 Human Growth and Development Myers W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0PSYC 323 LEC EFC1 Abnormal Psychology Staff M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC DFC1 Old Testament History Savage T 8:30 AM 1:55 PM Franklin-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC EFC1 Old Testament History Tanner M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0

    SECOND 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 12) ECCL 486 EXP DFC2 Student Teaching: Early Childhood Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500ECED 423 LEC EFC2 Perceptual Motor Dev./Young Child Staff W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDPS 383 LEC EFC2 Psychology of Teaching & Learning Leslie, G. W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDRD 443 LEC EFC2 Analysis & Corr/Reading Disabilities Bray W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDRD 453 SFE EFC2 Fndtns. Of Literacvy Instr. 5-12:SFE Bristow R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDSP 413 LEC EFC2 Lang. Dev. & Disorders of Exc. Child Brewer R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDSP 434 SFE EFC2 Intro/Mth Tchng & Incl Stud/Cross-Cat Dis/SFE Brewer T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC EFC2 Methods of Teaching Dubuque T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0ELED 473 SFE EFC2 Intg Math/Science Conc I PK-6:SFE Giesing R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0ELCL 486 EXP DFC2 Student Teaching: Elementary Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500EMCL 486 EXP DFC2 Student Teaching: Middle School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500ESCL 486 EXP DFC2 Student Teaching: Secondary School Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Franklin-TBA 500 ETOP 423 LEC EFC2 Classroom & Behavior Management Thater T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0HIST 463 LEC EFC2 Civil War & Reconstruction Prichard T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0HUED 433 LEC EFC2 Theories/Techn. Counseling Stud/Fam. Huitt W 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0HUED 443 LEC EFC2 Transition/career Development & Voc Ed Staff R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC DFC2 World Citizen Staff M 8:30 AM 1:55 PM Franklin-TBA 0KHSC 333 LEC EFC2 Health & Wellness Jones, J. T 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0MGMT 303 LEC EFC2 Management Concepts & Practices Willard R 5:30 PM 10:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC DFC2 New Testament History Savage T 8:30 AM 1:55 PM Franklin-TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC EFC2 New Testament History Tanner M 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Franklin-TBA 0

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    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL: (636) 583-6600; FAX (636) 583-6608

  • Missouri Baptist University Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule 21

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    1000 VIKING DRIVE, HILLSBORO, MISSOURI 63050 OFFICE HOURSE: MONDAY-THURSDAY 8 AM-7 PM, FRIDAY 8 AM-4 PM

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL: (636) 797-3000, EXT. 242

    Jefferson college undergraduate courses fall 2009

    15 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - DECEMBER 11) EDUC 301 SEM EJC* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development I Morris R 5:00 PM 5:55 PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDUC 401 SEM EJC* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development II Morris R 5:00 PM 5:55 PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDUC 471 SEM DJC* Student Teaching Seminar Morris R 3:00 PM 4:55 PM Jefferson-TBA 0PSYC 473 INT DJC* Internship in Psychology Wallis TBA TBA Jefferson-TBA 75

    FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) BCIS 303 LEC EJC1 Information Systems & Learning Technologies Lee, A. T 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0BIOL 303 LEC EJC1 Nutrition Science Uschold W 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0CRJS 413 SEM EJC1 Criminal Justice Seminar Sappington, R. R 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0ECCL 476 EXP DJC1 Student Teaching: Early Childhood Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 500ECED 413 LEC EJC1 Lang. Acq. of Young Child McConachie W 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDCL 411 EXP ECJ* Teaching Field Experience II Glore T 5:00 PM 5:55 PM Jefferson-TBA 25EDUC 303 LEC EJC1 Methods of Teaching Smith, T. R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0ELCL 476 EXP DJC1 Student Teaching: Elementary Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 500ELED 473 SFE EJC1 Integ Math/Science Conc I PK-6:SFE Ibaviosa M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0ELED 473 SFE EJC1B Integ Math/Science Conc I PK-6 SFE Risse, T. M 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0ENGL 203 LEC EJC1 World Literary Types Giles R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC EJC1 Classroom & Behavior Management Glore W 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC EJC1B Classroom & Behavior Management Hasty W 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0HUED 443 LEC EJC1 Transition/Career Dvlpmnt & Voc Ed Allen, K. R 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC EJC1 World Citizen Peters T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0PHYS 383 LEC EJC1 Meteorology Cook F 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC EJC1 Old Testament History Hubbard M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0

    SECOND 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 12) BCIS 303 LEC EJC2 Information Systems & Learning Technologies Lee, A. M 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0BUSN 403 LEC EJC2 Business in a Global Environment Buffa T 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0BUSN 481 LEC EJC2W Interviewing Techniques Buffa F 5:00 PM 9:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0CRJS 313 LEC EJC2 Criminology Sappington, R. R 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0ECCL 486 EXP DJC2 Student Teaching: Early Childhood Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 500EDPS 453 LEC EJC2 The Exceptional Child Wadlow T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDPS 453 LEC EJC2B The Exceptional Child Schimweg T 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDRD 423 LEC EJC2 Integ. Of Lit. In Content Areas Morehouse R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDRD 423 :EC EJC2B Integ. Of Lit. In Content Areas Webster R 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0EDSP 463 LEC EJC2 Indiv. Diag. & Classroom Assessment Kreitler, M. R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0ELCL 486 EXP DJC2 Student Teaching: Elementary Guyton MTWRF 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 500ELED 483 SFE EJC2 Integ Math/Science Conc II PK-6:SFE Ibaviosa M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0ELED 483 SFE EJC2B Integ Math/Science Conc II PK-6:SFE Risse, T. M 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0ENGL 203 LEC EJC2` World Literary Types Huskey R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC EJC2 World Citizen Staff T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0MATH 253 LEC EJC2 Probability & Statistics Stroups M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0MATH 323 LEC EJC2 Foundations of Geometry Stroups W 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0MGMT 323 LEC EJC2 Small Business Management Wideman R 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Jefferson-TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC EJC2 New Testament History Hubbard M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Jefferson-TBA 0

  • www.mobap.edu22 Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule

    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    fall 2009

    FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) BUSN 303 LEC ELC1 Business Ethics Roark M 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0CRJS 473 INT ELC1 Internship in Criminal Justice Staff TBA TBA LC-TBA 75HUSR 343 LEC ELC1 Developmental Dis. Theory & Pract. Thompson M 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC ELC1 World Citizen Combs M 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0MGPS 403 LEC ELC1 Organization Behavior & Leadership Mager R 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0PSSC 373 LEC ELC1 Research Methods in Soc/Behav Science Hill T 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC ELC1 Old Testament History McDonald T 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0

    SECOND 8 WEEK MORNING COURSES ( MEETING OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 12) ACCT 343 LEC ELC2 Governmental & Fund Accounting Wienski R 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0BCIS 303 LEC ELC2 Information Technology Wiley M 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0BUSN 403 LEC ELC2 Business in a Global Environment Fry R 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0BUSN 463 LEC ELC2 Strategic Management Mager T 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0CRJS 443 LEC ELC2 Readings in Administration of Justice Staff M 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0CRJS 473 INT ELC2 Internship in Criminal Justice Staff TBA TBA LC-TBA 75HUSR 233 LEC ELC2 Human Service Theory & Pracctice Greenwood W 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0PSHU 403 LEC ELC2 Chemical Dependancy Kohler T 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC ELC2 New Testament History McDonald T 6:00 PM 10:30PM LC-TBA 0

    Mineral area undergraduate courses fall 2009

    15 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - DECEMBER 11)EDUC 301 SEM ELM* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development I Roman M 5:00 PM 6:00 PM MineralArea-TBA 0

    Jefferson, arnold undergraduate courses fall 2009

    15 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - DECEMBER 11) EDUC 301 SEM AJC* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development I Morris T 5:00 PM 6:00PM Arnold-TBA 0EDUC 401 SEM AJC* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development II Morris T 5:00 PM 6:00PM Arnold-TBA 0

    FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) BUSN 363 LEC AJC1 Financial Management Boudinot M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0EDRD 433 SFE AJC1 Fndtns. Of Literacy Instr. PK-6:SFE Morehouse M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC AJC1 Methods of Teaching Smith, T. T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0ENGL 203 LEC AJC1 World Literary Types Skelton T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0MATH 253 LEC AJC1 Probability & Statistics Stroups W 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0MRKT 363 LEC AJC1 Market Management Buffa T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC AJC1 Old Testament History Lee, S. R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0

    SECOND 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 12) BUSN 303 LEC AJC2 Business Ethics Hutchings T 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0EDPS 453 LEC AJC2 The Exceptional Child Brothers T 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Arnold-TBA 0EDRD 443 LEC AJC2 Analysis & Corr/Reading Disabilities Morehouse M 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 0EDSP 434 SFE AJC2 Intro/MghTchng&InclStud/Corss-CatDis/SFE Mitchell, A. W 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 25EDSP 463 LEC AJC2 Indiv. Diag. & Classrm. Assessment Stilwell R 6:00 PM 10:30PM Arnold-TBA 10ENGL 433 LEC AJC2 Business Writing Skelton M 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Arnold-TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC AJC2 Classroom & Behavior Management Christ W 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Arnold-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC AJC2 World Citizen Berry R 6:00 Pm 10:30 PM Arnold-TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC AJC2 New Testament History Lee, S. R 6:00 PM 10:30 PM Arnold-TBA 0

    lewis & clark undergraduate courses

    1687 MISSOURI STATE ROAD, ARNOLD, MO 63010OFFICE HOURS: MON./WED. 8 AM-4PM, TUES./THURS. 10 AM-6 PM, FRI. 8 AM-12 PM

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL: (636)282-2470Jefferson-Arnold courses will meet in the Fox School District.

    HASKELL HALL, 5800 GODFREY ROAD, GODFREY, IL 62035OFFICE HOURSE: MON./TUES./THURS. 10 AM-6 PM, WED. 10 AM-5 PM, FRI. BY APPT. ONLY

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL: (618)468-2620; FAX (618)468-2631

    507 WOODLAWN DRIVE LEADINGTON, MO 63601OFFICE HOURS: MON./WED. 8 AM-4PM, TUES./THURS. 10 AM-6 PM, FRI. 8 AM-12 PM

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL: (573)431-9700

  • Missouri Baptist University Fall / Spring 2009-2010 Course Schedule 23

    Course ID Section Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Fee

    75 COLLEGE CAMPUS DRIVE, MOSCOW MILLS, MO 63362 OFFICE HOURSE: MONDAY-FRIDAY 12PM-6PM

    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL: (636) 633-4363; FAX (636) 356-4119

    EDUC 401 SEM ELM* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Development II Roman M 5:00 PM 6:00 PM MineralArea-TBA 0

    FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12)EDPS 453 LEC ELM1 The Exceptional Child Wadlow W 6:00 PM 10:30PM MineralArea-TBA 0EDUC 303 LEC ELM1 Methods of Teaching Schimweg M 6:00 PM 10:30PM MineralArea-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC ELM1 Old Testament History Berry R 6:00 PM 10:30PM MineralArea-TBA 0

    SECOND 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 11)BUSN 423 LEC ELM2 Business Law II Staff T 6:00 PM 10:30PM MineralArea-TBA 0EDUC 373 LEC ELM2 Technology & Instructional Media Pullen M 6:00 PM 10:30PM MineralArea-TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC ELM2 Classroom & Behavior Management Coleman T 5:30 PM 10:00PM MineralArea-TBA 0RBIB 123 LEC ELM2 New Testament History Leonard R 6:00 PM 10:30PM MineralArea-TBA 0

    troy/wentzVille undergraduate courses fall 2009

    15 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - DECEMBER 12) EDCL 211 SFE ETW* Teaching Field Experience I Staff M 5:00 PM 6:00 PM TW-TBA 25 EDCL 411 SFE ETW* Teaching Field Experience II Staff M 5:00 PM 6:00 PM TW-TBA 25 EDUC 301 SEM ETW* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Dev. I Staff T 5:00 PM 6:00 PM TW-TBA 0 EDUC 401 SEM ETW* Prof. Growth & Portfolio Dev. II Staff T 5:00 PM 6:00 PM TW-TBA 0 EDUC 471 SEM ETW* Student Teaching Seminar Staff R 5:00 PM 6:00 PM TW-TBA 0 PSYC 473 INT ETW* Internship in Psychology Staff M 5:00 PM 6:00 PM TW-TBA 0

    FIRST 8 WEEK MORNING COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) ENGL 113 LEC DTW1 English Composition I Staff R 8:00 AM 12:00PM TW-TBA 0 MUHL 153 LEC DTW1 Appreciation of Music Staff F 8:00 AM 12:00PM TW-TBA 0

    FIRST 8 WEEK AFTERNOON COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) MATH 123 LEC DTW1 Contemporary College Math Staff T 1:00 PM 5:00 PM TW-TBA 0RBIB 113 LEC DTW1 Old Testament History Staff R 1:00 PM 5:00 PM TW-TBA 0

    FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES (MEETING AUGUST 17 - OCTOBER 12) ACCT 213 LEC ETW1 Principles of Accounting I Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0ACCT 313 LEC ETW1 Intermediate Accounting I Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0BCIS 103 LEC ETW1 Survey of Computing Staff T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0BIOL 303 LEC ETW1 Nutrition Science Staff F 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0COMM 103 LEC ETW1 Speech Communications Staff F 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0CRJS 313 LEC ETW1 Criminology Staff W 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0ECON 113 LEC ETW1 Macroeconomics Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0EDRD 433 SFE ETW1 Fndtns. Of Literacy Instr. PK-6:SFE Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0EDUC 213 LEC ETW1 Foundational Perspectives of Ed. Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0EDSP 434 SFE ETW1 Intro/MthTchng&InclStud/Cross-CatDis:SFE Staff M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 25EDUC 373 LEC ETW1 Technology & Instructional Media Staff W 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0ENGL 113 LEC ETW1 English Composition I Staff R 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0ENGL 433 LEC ETW1 Business Writing Staff T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0ENTR 313 LEC ETW1 Entrepreneurial Marketing Staff T 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0ETOP 423 LEC ETW1 Classroom & Behavior Management Staff M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0IDST 403 LEC ETW1 World Citizen Staff M 6:00 PM 10:30PM TW-TBA 0MATH 123 LEC ETW1 Contemporary College Math Staff T 6:00 PM 10:30P