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Undergraduate Course Catalog 2011-2013 - Molloy College

Undergraduate Course Catalog 2011-2013 - Molloy College

Undergraduate Course Catalog 2011-2013 - Molloy

  • Page 3 and 4: Founded by theDominican Sisters of
  • Page 6 and 7: A Message from the PresidentWelcome
  • Page 8: Painting by S. Mary Pat Neylon8
  • Page 12 and 13: of Social Workers • National Asso
  • Page 14 and 15: purpose of the disclosure, specify
  • Page 16 and 17: Applicants for the Nuclear Medicine
  • Page 18 and 19: permanently. Students must be in go
  • Page 20 and 21: Resident Hall Advisors: Payment wai
  • Page 22 and 23: Monthly Budget PlanMolloy College p
  • Page 24 and 25: esidents who will attend full-time
  • Page 27 and 28: family net taxable income. Family n
  • Page 29 and 30: Scholarship and Award FundsREGENTS
  • Page 31 and 32: test scores. These awards are compe
  • Page 33 and 34: Funded Scholarships forContinuing S
  • Page 35 and 36: SISTER ROSE TERESA AMOR, O.P. SCHOL
  • Page 37 and 38: achieving their academic potential
  • Page 39 and 40: • New York State Division of Vete
  • Page 41 and 42: International Education SemesterPro
  • Page 43: University Students.” After selec
  • Page 46 and 47: y the Siena Women’s Center brings
  • Page 48 and 49: experiences in terms of their ident
  • Page 50 and 51: Academic Affairs. For Education maj
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    index required for good academic st

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    Students re-entering after taking o

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    taught by faculty from various disc

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    in their area of concentration. To

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    20 credits of graduation. Election

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    • Choose to become Adolescence Ed

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    of the completion of the minor, sin

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    Programs ofStudy and MajorRequireme

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    • Music: MUS 105, 107, 108, 109,

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    DivisionofBusinessPrograms of Study

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    Mission Statement ofthe Business Di

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    Programs for Accounting MajorsAccou

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    Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 o

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    Less maximum 6 graduate credits tak

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    DivisionofEducationPrograms of Stud

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    Mission Statement ofthe Education D

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    • Intellectual curiosity• Indep

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    Content Specialty Test (CST) offere

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    classroom and for passing the New Y

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    Childhood/Special Education.46 Cred

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    All field experiences for this prog

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    PHASE II—Pre-Professional Semeste

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    ENG 262Psychology (3 credits requir

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    during the Fall semester prior to t

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    EDU 554BEDU 571EDU 573Pre-Professio

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    Letter From The Deanof the Humaniti

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    Math and Science (1 of each discipl

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    GOALThe goal of the Communication A

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    Complete either** SLP 273 or SLP 27

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    Radowitz, Timothy Ryley, Mary Salvi

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    Phase III—Professional Semester (

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    FST Requirement:FST 101 College Exp

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    FST Requirement:FST 101 College Exp

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    CreditsGeneral Education Requiremen

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    Programs for InterdisciplinaryStudi

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    INT 499 Integrative Seminar inInter

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    EDU 336 Curriculum and Methodology

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    SPA 309 Spanish for Heritage Studen

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    EDU 361 Law and Professionalism in

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    Childhood Education - Spanish/Speci

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    SPA 421 Spanish Theatre **SPA 425 H

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    Adolescence Education - Spanish/Spe

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    GOALS• To provide a curriculum wh

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    Programs for Music EducationMajorsT

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    e repeated one time. Failure to att

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    MUS 158 Introduction to Music Thera

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    Recommended elective courses in con

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    Division ofNatural Sciences,Mathema

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    Mission Statement ofthe Natural Sci

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    • Student ability to interact app

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    Respiratory Care courses.• A grad

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    Interdisciplinary Studies majors fo

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    BIO 245 Microbiology 4BIO 496 Biolo

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    BIO 496 Biology Seminar 1Additional

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    EDU 330 Field Experience in a Schoo

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    EDU 507 Methods of Teaching Science

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    EDU 368 Field Experience in a Schoo

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    MAT 210 Mathematics for Elementary

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    PSY 335 Exceptionality: Identificat

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    Adolescence Education - Mathematics

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    English and Modern Languages (1 ofe

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    MAT 225 Statistics for the Natural

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    MISSION STATEMENTThe Mission of the

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    DivisionofNursingPrograms of Study1

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    Mission Statement ofthe Nursing Div

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    Reading and Writing Proficiency (Al

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    • Grades of “C+” or better ar

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    NUR 429 Humanistic Nursing Care inP

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    RN CHALLENGE EXAMS:Science Challeng

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    DivisionofSocialSciencesPrograms of

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    Mission Statement ofthe Social Scie

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    Recommended Electives - 6 credits i

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    EDU 352 Teaching to Diverse Learner

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    Childhood Education - History/Speci

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    EDU 368 Field Experience in a Schoo

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    EDU 510 Strategies and Techniques f

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    commitment to:• Familiarize stude

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    adjusted to 38, because the followi

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    taking any additional courses in So

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    GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTSThe f

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    EDU 329 Strategies for All Learners

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    MinorRequirements215

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    Ethics Minor requirements. See Depa

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    CRJ 281 Criminal Procedure *CRJ 283

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    GRN 241 Substance Abuse of the Elde

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    Media MinorSponsoring department:Co

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    SOC 166 Social Psychology *SOC 222

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    CourseDescriptions227

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    ART 113 INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING

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    ART 240 ART HISTORICAL THEMES IN TH

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    student to gain practical experienc

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    BIO 280H (HONORS) SCIENTIFIC DISCOV

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    international sales and lease contr

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    BUS 365 ADVANCED COST MANAGERIAL AC

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    one 2-hour lab per week. Prerequisi

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    COBOL programming language. Special

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    Students design a PR campaign for a

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    COM 382 GLOBAL NEW MEDIAAn examinat

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    the existential experience will unf

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    drawn from leading criminal cases.

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    decisions and their implications fo

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    CSC 323 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE AND SYSTE

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    Majors and Minors. Prerequisites: C

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    ECO 331 LABOR ECONOMICSA study of l

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    EDU 346 SCIENCE IN THE DIVERSE CLAS

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    groups within the range of grade le

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    CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONSee the Molloy C

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    ENG 235 FILM AND DRAMA CRITICISM(al

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    of a representative work of six maj

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    ENV 189 ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS A

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    topics will be considered at the di

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    knowledge covering lifespan develop

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    HIS 232 MODERN CHINAA study of Chin

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    department. Formal meetings once a

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    ITA 215 INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN CONVER

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    MAT 210 MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY

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    philosophical implications of mathe

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    skills and become familiar with a v

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    MUS 106 or permission of Music Depa

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    or permission of Undergraduate Dire

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    storage and processing. The importa

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    NUR 226 LPN: PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT(Fo

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    expansion, synthesis and applicatio

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    programming and curriculum developm

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    examination of some of the most fun

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    PHY 280 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PHYSI

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    POL 390 TOPICS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

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    PSY 301 BIO-PSYCHOLOGY(formerly PSY

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    PSY 354 PSYCHOSOMATICS(formerly PSY

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    RES 205 CLINICAL PRACTICUM II(forme

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    pathology/audiology major to scient

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    SOC 300 BASICS OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVI

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    This course will introduce differen

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    SPA 390 TOPICS IN SPANISH(formerly

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    SWK 241 SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY I(for

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    This second course in the generalis

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    THE 355 MYSTICISM(formerly THE 287)

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    Offices ofAdministrationOffice of t

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    DIRECTORNancy EngelhardtB.A., SUNY

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    NIGHT MANAGER, ACADEMIC COMPUTER LA

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    Faculty - Full TimeCHARLOTTE ALLENA

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    DONNA M. FITZGERALDDEPARTMENTAL CHA

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    LISA ZAKIYA NEWLANDASSOCIATE PROFES

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    SUSAN VITALEASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF

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    JOHN F. COGHLANADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR O

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    MARIE GUILLETADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR OF

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    GRACE D. MATZENADJUNCT PROFESSOR EM

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    DANIEL RESTREPOADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR O

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    DIANE M. VELLAADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR OF

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    Academic Calendar2011-2012September

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    January 14 - SaturdaySnow make-up d

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    May 28 - MondayMemorial Day—Colle

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    August 9 - ThursdayFinal examinatio

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    November 5—9 - Monday—FridayWeb

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    April 11 - ThursdayWeb Advising and

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    July 9 - TuesdayLast day for late r

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    ART 288 DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION...

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    COLLECTION AND LATE FEE POLICIES...

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    EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES—B

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    ENG 469 ENGLISH INTERNSHIP.........

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    ITA 113, 114 INTENSIVE BASIC ITALIA

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    NUR 224 LPN: CLINICAL CONCEPTS AS R

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    PSI CHI............................

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    Student Affairs....................

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    382Notes

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