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2014-15-Undergraduate-Catalog

2014-15-Undergraduate-Catalog

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BOARD OF TRUSTEESOfficersAndrew U. Ferrari , Chair – Winchester, VAWilliam F. Brandt, Vice Chair – Winchester, VAMarjorie S. Lewis, ’81, Secretary – Millwood, VARobert J. Frogale, Treasurer – Winchester, VAJames T. Vickers , Past Chair – Winchester, VATracy Fitzsimmons, Ph.D., President &Registered Agent – Reliance, VAMembersWalter H. Aikens – Winchester, VAPamela A. Bell, ’83 – Gore, VAC.J. Borden – Strasburg, VAStephen P. Caruthers – Arlington, VATeresa A. Cluss – Winchester, VALaura N. Dabinett, M.D. – Berryville, VAAnna-Marie Dunn – Reston, VAMary Bruce Glaize, ’97 – Winchester, VAThe Rev. Dr. Jay M. Hanke – Winchester, VAStanley E. Harrison – Winchester, VAThe Rev. Tommy Herndon – Harrisonburg, VAL. Janell Hoffman, ’93 – White Post, VADiane S. Kearns – Winchester, VAAnn MacLeod – Upperville, VAArt H. Major – Winchester, VAKeith A. May – Bergton, VARichard R.J. Morin – Harrisonburg, VANicholas J. Nerangis, Sr., ’04 – Winchester, VAMark J. Ohrstrom, ’92 – The Plains, VADebra Orbacz, ’04 – Round Hill, VABipin B. Patel – Winchester, VAThe Rev. John B. Peters – Richmond, VAMary Farland Shockey – Millwood, VAGerald F. Smith, Jr. – Winchester, VAHarry S. Smith – Winchester, VAMark E. Stavish, Ed.D. – Aldie, VAJohn D. Stokely, Jr. – Oakton, VAJames A. Stutzman, Jr., ’81 – Winchester, VAThe Rev. Lawrence R. Thompson, Jr. –Winchester, VACharles A. Veatch – Reston, VAF. Dixon Whitworth, Jr. – Winchester, VAJames R. Wilkins, Jr. – Winchester, VAHeather H. Wilson, ’93 – New York, NYIrene R. Wurtzel – Washington, DCHonorary TrusteeDr. Miyako Kake – Okayama, JapanBoard of Trustees • 472Trustees EmeritiFrank Armstrong, III – Winchester, VAWarren L. Braun – Harrisonburg, VARuth D. Bridgeforth – Winchester, VAMagalen O. Bryant – Middleburg, VAMassie Hawthorne Burns – Winchester, VABetty H. Carroll – Inwood, WVWilliam H. Clement – Winchester, VAH. Robert Edwards – Winchester, VAWilbur M. Feltner – Winchester, VAHunter M. Gaunt, Jr., M.D. – Winchester, VAElizabeth G. Helm – Winchester, VAJeffrey D. Hester, ’85 – Winchester, VAJohn K. Marlow – Front Royal, VAThe Hon. John O. Marsh, Jr. – Winchester, VASuzanne W. McKown – Berryville, VAJan Neuharth – Middleburg, VALarry T. Omps – Winchester, VAAubrey J. Owen – Winchester, VACharles A. Pine, Jr. – Winchester, VALacy I. Rice, Jr. – Martinsburg, WVLinda C. Russell – Winchester, VARalph D. Shockey – Winchester, VARobert Solenberger – Winchester, VAThe Hon. Kenneth W. Starr – Waco, TXW. James Truettner, Jr. – Vero Beach, FLKathryn Perry Werner – Winchester, VAMaj. Gen. Charles E. Williams, Ret. –Potomac Falls, VAThe Rev. Raymond Wrenn – Winchester, VA

ADMINISTRATIONAdministration • 473Senior Administrative OfficersTracy Fitzsimmons, President; B.A. Princeton University; M.A., Ph.D., Stanford UniversityAdrienne G. Bloss, Vice President for Academic Affairs; B.S., University of Virginia; M.S., M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale UniversityMitchell L. Moore, Vice President for Advancement; B.A., University of Richmond; M.P.A., Virginia CommonwealthUniversityClarresa Moore Morton, Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Success; B.A. Oral RobertsUniversity; M.A. and Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityRichard C. Shickle, Sr., Vice President for Administration and Finance; B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and StateUniversity; C.P.A.Rhonda VanDyke Colby, Vice President for Student Life; B.S., James Madison University; M.Div., Wesley TheologicalSeminary; D.Min., Baptist Theological SeminaryAdministrative OfficersKaren Abraham-Justice, Director of the Division of Physical Therapy; B.S., University of Maryland at Baltimore; Ph.D.,East Carolina UniversityQuaiser Absar, Director of Institutional Computing; B.S., M.S., University of EvansvilleCalvin H. Allen, Jr., Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences; B.A.,University of Pittsburgh; M.A., Ph.D., University of WashingtonHoward M. Ballentine, Director of Institutional Research and Assessment; B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Virginia PolytechnicInstitute and State UniversityChristopher A. Bean, Director of Library Services; B.A., University of New Hampshire; M.L.S., University of RhodeIsland; M.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityJennifer Bousquet, Director of Foundation Relations; B.A., University of Arkansas; J.D., University of Arkansas atLittle RockNancy S. Bragg, Director of Financial Aid; B.S., M.S., Syracuse UniversityEmily Burner, Director of Media Relations; B.A., Randolph-Macon College; M.S., Syracuse UniversityRachel Carlson, Director of the Division of Physician Assistant Studies; B.S., The Pennsylvania State University; M.S.,Medical College of Ohio; Ed.D., Nova Southeastern UniversityDemetrius L. Carmichael, Associate Vice President for Administration and Finance; B.B.A., University of Texas;M.B.A., University of Saint Thomas; C.P.A.Leslie B. Davidson, Director of the Division of Occupational Therapy; B.A., Indiana University; M.A., New YorkUniversity; M.S.Ed., Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMiles K. Davis, Dean of the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business; B.A., Duquesne University; M.A., Bowie StateUniversity; Ph.D., The George Washington UniversityTimothy E. Ford, Dean of the School of Health Professions; B.S., Sussex University (U.K.); Ph.D., University of Wales,Bangor (U.K.)Bethany Galipeau-Konate, Director of International Programs; B.S., Northwestern College; M.B.A., ShenandoahUniversity; D.Prof. candidate, Shenandoah UniversityKathryn Ganske, Dean of the Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing; B.S.N., Indiana University; M.S.N., GeorgeMason University; Ph.D., University of VirginiaJennifer Green-Flint, Director, Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy; B.A., Mary Washington College; M.S.,Shenandoah UniversityMarie C. Landes, Director of Human ResourcesAnne Marchant, Director of The Center for Teaching and Learning; B.A., University of New Hampshire; M.A., Ph.D.,University of CaliforniaRick McClendon, Director of Student Engagement; B.S., M.Ed., Western Carolina UniversityAlan B. McKay, Dean of the Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy; B.S., Mercer University; M.S., Ph.D., University ofMississippiSue O’Driscoll, Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct; B.A., Marist College; M.A., Iona CollegeJane D. Pittman, Associate Vice President for Alumni Affairs; B.A., Findlay College; M.B.A., Shenandoah University

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    MissionShenandoah University educat

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    Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    Shenandoah Conservatory. . . . . .

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    ADMISSIONSAdmissions • 16Students

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    Admissions • 18academic credentia

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    RequirementsDomainCredits1) Effecti

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    ES 101 Introduction to Environmenta

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    VII. Education of University Commun

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    Academic Policies • 80Sexual Misc

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    Tuition and Fees • 84Applied Musi

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    FINANCIAL AIDShenandoah University

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    Financial Aid • 90Academic Schola

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    Biology (B.S.)Brian Lipscomb, Assis

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    Kinesiology (B.S.)Cynthia Schendel,

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    Mass Communication (B.A.)Kelley Cro

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    Political Science (B.S.)Eric Leonar

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    Women’s Studies (Minor)Amy Sarch,

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    Requirements for the Healthcare Man

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    Schedule of Course OfferingsStudent

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    4th year - FallMUPR 401 Music Produ

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    Bachelor of Music in Jazz StudiesRo

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    Bachelor of Music in Collaborative

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    The Certificate in Church MusicJ. T

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Registered Nurse (RN) to BSN Online

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Center for International Programs

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    Goals• Engagement in Public Servi

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    CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CJ)Course Descrip

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    Course Descriptions • 420MUCO 499

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14. 2014-15 Catalog Courses
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