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Undergraduate Graduate | 12-week 6-week Online Hybrid Blended www.northeastern.edu/cps | 1.877.668.7727 (toll free) Boston Huntington Avenue | Boston Broad Street | Burlington | Online Classes start the weeks of September 14 & October 26 Fall 2009 | COURSE SCHEDULES
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Undergraduate Graduate | 12-week 6-week Online Hybrid Blended

www.northeastern.edu/cps | 1.877.668.7727 (toll free)

Boston Huntington Avenue | Boston Broad Street | Burlington | Online

Classes start the weeks of September 14 & October 26

Fall 2009 | COURSE SCHEDULES

2009–10 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Fall Term

September Term begins week of September 14

Monday, October 12, Columbus Day – no classes

October Term begins week of October 26

Wednesday, November 11, Veterans’ Day – no classes

Monday, November 23, through Sunday, November 29,Thanksgiving break week – no classes

Winter Term

January Term begins week of January 11

Monday, January 18, Martin Luther King Jr. Day – no classes

Monday, February 15, Presidents’ Day – no classes

February Term begins week of February 22

Spring Term

April Term begins week of April 12

Monday, April 19, Patriots’ Day – no classes

May Term begins week of May 24

Monday, May 24, Memorial Day – no classes

Summer Term

July Term begins week of July 5

August Term begins week of August 2

For a detailed College of Professional Studies

Academic Calendar, visit

www.northeastern.edu/cps.

FALL 2009 KEY DATES

Full Fall Term

Classes begin Week of September 14

Registration period July 15–September 3

Late registration period September 4–September 26

Last day to withdraw without a Saturday, September 26“W” noted on transcript and toreceive a full refund

Columbus Day – no classes Monday, October 12

Veterans’ Day – no classes Wednesday, November 11

Thanksgiving break week – Monday, November 23, no classes through Sunday, November 29

Last day to withdraw with a Saturday, December 5“W” noted on transcript

Full Fall Term classes end Week of December 7

September Term

Classes begin Week of September 14

Registration period July 15–September 3

Late registration period September 4–September 26

Last day to withdraw without a Saturday, September 26“W” noted on transcript and toreceive a full refund

Columbus Day – no classes Monday, October 12

Last day to withdraw with a Saturday, October 17“W” noted on transcript

September Term classes end Week of October 19

October Term

Classes begin Week of October 26

Registration period July 15–October 15

Late registration period October 16–November 7

Last day to withdraw without a Saturday, November 7“W” noted on transcript and toreceive a full refund

Veterans’ Day – no classes Wednesday, November 11

Thanksgiving break week – Monday, November 23, no classes through Sunday, November 29

Last day to withdraw with a Saturday, December 5“W” noted on transcript

October Term classes end Week of December 7

TUITION & FEESTUITION RATES – COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIESUNDERGRADUATE PER Q.H.On-Campus $310Northeastern University $310Online EMT–Basic $147Paramedic $340Lowell Institute School $310Science Labs $448

E-BILLView your billing statements online via myNEU.neu.edu.For additional information on e-billing, visitwww.northeastern.edu/registrar/billing-ebill.html.

TUITION PAYMENTSYou will be mailed a bill for your selected courses a week prior to the start of classes. Full payment of tuition and other related charges is due on the Saturday at the end of the first week of class. (Payment for second session courses is due by the first Saturday of the secondsession.) Electronic check and credit card payments can be made on the web via NUPAY on myNEU. (MasterCard, Visa, American Express& Discover accepted.) Contact Northeastern’s Office of StudentAccounts at 1.617.373.2270 or [email protected].

MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANInterest-free and short-term. Minimal enrollment fee.

Convenience fees are added when using a credit card with TuitionPay.

Contact TuitionPay at 1.800.635.0120, tuitionpay.salliemae.com/northeastern

FEESStudent Center Fee – An $8.25 fee per quarter will be assessed for all students enrolled at Northeastern University’s Boston HuntingtonAvenue Campus. This fee is for facilities and services at the CurryStudent Center.

Campus Recreation Fee – A $10.00 per quarter Campus Recreation Fee will be assessed for all students at Northeastern University’sBoston Huntington Avenue Campus. This fee covers admission tohome athletic events, use of the Marino Fitness Center, Squashbustersathletic facility, and the Cabot Gym (fitness and pool). This fee will also support the future construction of athletic fields and facilities.

Tuition and fees are subject to revision by the president and Board of Trustees at any time.

FINANCIAL AID AND FUNDING OPTIONSAn admitted student taking six or more quarter hours per term may beeligible to apply for federal, state, and University scholarship programs.Federal and state aid programs can come in the form of scholarships,grants, and/or loans.

For more information, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 1.617.373.2897 or visit them online at www.northeastern.edu/financialaid.

HUSK Y CARDYour University ID provides easy access to University resources and a range of services. Visit the Office of Student Accountsin 120 Hayden Hall, call 1.617.373.2270, or visitwww.northeastern.edu/registrar for hours and information.

myNEU INTERACTIVEAccess personal records to verify current billing, scheduling, financialaid, and grade information through. Also, register for classes throughyour personalized page of the Northeastern University website athttp://myneu.neu.edu.

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GRADUATE PER Q.H.On-Campus $514Northeastern University $514Online Executive Fast-Track $568Master’s ProgramAccelerated Licensure $410Education MEd and MAT $410Doctor of Education $438

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Need advice on what courses to take or how to register? Academic and Student Support Specialists are always ready to help you.Call 1.877.668.7727 or e-mail [email protected] to ask a question or schedule an appointment.

*TELEPHONE REGISTRATION ALTERNATIVE FOR DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING STUDENTS AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIESDeaf and hard-of-hearing students and students with disabilities that prevent them from using telephone registration can register by e-mailduring the scheduled registration period. E-mail your course schedule to [email protected]. Include a telephone number, fax number, or e-mail address on your request so a Registrar’s representative can contact you if necessary.

REGISTER NOW FOR FALL 2009

Please note that course numbers have changed. Visitwww.northeastern.edu/cps/downloads/Course_Reference.pdf

for the current conversion chart.

HOW TO REGISTERCurrent students may now use self-registration via the MyNEU portal at www.myneu.neu.edu. New students should visit www.northeastern.edu/cps/registration for more information.In Person with an Academic and Student Support Specialist in 50 Nightingale Hall By Phone: 1.877.668.7727 (toll free)*

WHEN TO REGISTERRegistration PeriodJuly 15–September 3

Late Registration PeriodSeptember 4–September 26

WITHDRAWING FROM A COURSE

12-Week, 8-Week, and 6-Week Sessions – Students who withdraw froma 12-week, 8-week, and 6-week course prior to the second Saturday ofthe session will have no record of the withdrawal on their transcripts.Thereafter, students who withdraw from the course until the end of theweek prior to final examinations will have the withdrawal noted on theirtranscripts. No withdrawals are allowed for any reason during the lastweek of the session/term.

4-Week Sessions – Students who withdraw from a 4-week coursethrough the first Saturday of the session will have no record of the withdrawal on their transcript. Thereafter, students who withdraw fromthe course until the end of the week prior to final examinations will havethe withdrawal noted on their transcripts. No withdrawals are allowedduring the last week of the session.

Courses Meeting For One Week or Less – Students who withdraw from a course meeting for one week or less prior to the second day of the course will have no record of the withdrawal on their transcripts.Students who withdraw from the second day of the course to the lastday of the course prior to final examinations will have the withdrawalnoted on their transcripts. No withdrawals are allowed for any reasonduring the day on which final examinations are given.

A “W” grade (withdrawal) can only be given administratively by theRegistrar’s Office based on having followed the proper course withdrawalprocedures. If a student has not withdrawn, faculty members are obligedto assume that the student is still in the course and must grade accordingly.

Students may withdraw from a course using any of the following methods:

Using the myNEU Web portal at http://myneu.neu.edu.

Completing the interactive course withdrawal form at www.northeastern.edu/cps/withdrawal.

Submitting a completed course withdrawal form in person to the Registrar’s Office, 120 Hayden Hall, Boston, MA or to any one of our campus locations. Withdrawal forms may be obtained at any one of our campus locations.

Mailed and faxed withdrawal forms are not accepted.

Please note that non-attendance does not constitute an official with-drawal. If a student who began attendance and did not officially withdraw fails to earn a passing grade in at least one course over anentire term, the University must assume that the student has unofficiallywithdrawn. For this purpose, non-passing grades are defined as W, NE,*, L, or I. Unofficial withdrawals will be determined within 90 days ofthe end of the term. Federal financial aid recipients will have theirawards reviewed and recalculated, causing a reduction in aid awarded.A student must officially withdraw from a course using one of themethods specified above in order to be eligible for a refund.

Semester-Based Courses – Students enrolled in semester-based coursesmay be subject to other withdrawal policies. Please visitwww.northeastern.edu/cps for details.

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HEALTH PLANNortheastern University Student Health Plan (NUSHP)

Since September 1989, Massachusetts law, (G. L. c. 15A: ß. 18.), hasrequired every full-time and part-time student enrolled in a Massachusettsinstitution of higher learning to participate in a qualifying student healthinsurance program (QSHIP) or in a health benefit plan with comparablecoverage. For QSHIP requirements, a part-time student is defined as astudent enrolled in at least 75% of the full-time curriculum. (College ofProfessional Studies Undergraduate Students 12 credits, College ofProfessional Studies Graduate Students 7 credits, Part-time EngineeringStudents 12 credits).

Students who meet these requirements will be billed for the Health Plan and the University Health and Counseling Fee. If a student hascomparable* coverage through a domestic insurance provider, he/she maydecline/waive this health plan. Eligible students will need to complete the online waiver via http://myneu.neu.edu (under the self-service tab) to decline the plan and have the fees removed from the tuition bill. Deadlines apply.

For more information on:

Costs, deadlines, requirements, and general information,visit www.northeastern.edu/registrar/billing-nushp.html.

State law requiring students to carry insurance coverage,visit www.mass.gov.

Northeastern University Student Health Plan (NUSHP),visit www.northeastern.edu/uhcs.

University Health and Counseling Services Health Center,visit www.northeastern.edu/uhcs.

Direct questions about your status or your required participation in thehealth plan to Student Accounts at [email protected] or call1.617.373.2270.

*Massachusetts “Free Care” is not considered to be comparable coverage.

REFUNDSCollege of Professional Studies Graduate, Undergraduate,and Evening Noncredit Course Formats (with theexception of full-day courses)12-Week, 8-Week, and 6-Week Sessions – Effective fall 2006, the Collegeof Professional Studies will permit students to withdraw from 12-week,8-week, and 6-week courses through the second Saturday of the sessionand receive a 100% refund. After the second Saturday of the session, anystudent seeking to withdraw from a 12-week, 8-week, or 6-week coursewill be ineligible for a refund.

4-Week Sessions – Effective fall 2006, the College of Professional Studieswill permit students to withdraw from 4-week courses through the firstSaturday of the session and receive a 100% refund. After the first Saturdayof the session, any student seeking to withdraw from a 4-week course willbe ineligible for a refund.

Courses Meeting for One Week or Less – With the exception of EducationSummer Institutes and one-day courses, the College of Professional Studieswill permit students to withdraw from courses meeting for one week orless through the first day of the course and receive a 100% refund. After thefirst day of the course, any student seeking to withdraw from an intensivecourse meeting for one week or less will be ineligible for a refund.

Full-Day Course Formats – For full-day courses, payment must be madeno later than the first day of the course. Course fees are fully refundableif Northeastern University receives written documentation of withdrawal(or rescheduling if applicable) on or before the 14th day prior to the startdate of the course. Withdrawals made less than 14 days prior to the startdate of the course are subject to a 25% late withdrawal fee. If a studentfails to attend a full-day course without notifying NortheasternUniversity, the entire tuition may be assessed. For ProfessionalDevelopment courses, a substitute may be sent in a student’s place in order to avoid the 25% late withdrawal fee.

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Current Address CHECK IF THIS IS A CHANGE OF ADDRESS, PHONE, OR E-MAIL

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City State ZIP code

Telephone Home ( ) _______________________________ Work ( ) ________________________________________________

Fax Number ( ) _______________________________ E-mail Address ___________________________________________________

Date of Birth Gender Male Female

This form should be handed to an Academic andStudent Support Specialist or used as a worksheetbefore online or phone registration.

CRN COURSE NAME SEC # COURSE TITLE CAMPUS DAY TIME

12345 SAM 1234 01 Sample Boston Huntington Avenue Saturday 9:00 a.m.

CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX BELOW:

Returning Student New StudentNew Student (not seeking degree or certificate)

SIGNATURE DATE

The United States Office of Civil Rights requires that schools report enrollment by selected minority groups. This is to determine compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and continued eligibility of Northeastern University for federal funds such as student financial aid.

American Indian, Alaskan Native Black, Non-Hispanic Asian or Pacific IslanderHispanic/Latino(a) Foreign National White, Non-HispanicDo Not Wish to Respond

Returning students are encouraged to register online or phone as explained on page 1. Use this worksheet to prepare before registering online.

FALL 2009 REGISTRATION WORKSHEET

Required for online, blended, and hybrid courses

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ADMISSIONS:Applying to a degree or certificate program is easy. Visit www.northeastern.edu/cps for information on how to apply or call 1.877.668.7727 and ask to speak with an admissions representative.

GRADUATEMaster of Arts in Teaching (MAT)The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program is designed for recentcollege graduates and career changers who wish to become teachers.Students earn a master’s degree and teacher licensure in elementaryor secondary education. The program is offered both full-time(12 months) and part-time (24 months), and is endorsed for initiallicensure by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & SecondaryEducation. With the exception of the student teaching practicum,courses are offered in a way that combines both classroom and onlineformats. Courses are taught by Northeastern University faculty andmaster teachers. A special tuition rate is offered for aspiring teachers, and scholarships are available for full-time students.

Master of Science in Criminal Justice LeadershipToday, justice system leaders must have a world-view that can be madeeffective in local settings. These same leaders need to think strategically,communicate locally, and act ethically while developing comprehensive,often multi-jurisdictional solutions to crime and terrorism problems. The Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership, offered throughthe College of Professional Studies, in collaboration with the College of Criminal Justice, provides a path to excellence in the leadership oflaw enforcement, courts, private security, and corrections organizations.Oriented to working professionals, who wish to maintain work and life commitments while earning a degree, the program is comprised of all online courses, with the exception of a week-long on-campus summer workshop.

Master of Science in Project Management* In order to deliver projects on time, on budget, and according to specifications, project managers must have expertise in project definition, cost and risk estimation, schedule planning and monitoring,budget management, negotiation and conflict resolution, project leadership, and project presentation and evaluation. The Master ofScience in Project Management is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary to oversee small and large projectsin a variety of industries.

Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs,Biologics, and Medical DevicesThe Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices is a unique graduate program that addresses regulatory affairs within each category of regulated agents: drugs, biologics, and medical devices. In the program, students gain the regulatory affairs knowledge valued not only by Regulatory Affairsdepartments, but also useful in medical product and pharmaceuticalsales, marketing, and clinical investigations.

Master of Science in Technology Commercialization The ability to commercialize new technology rapidly and effectively is the key to reinventing organizations and establishing innovative technology ventures. The Master of Science in TechnologyCommercialization, a program offered through the College ofProfessional Studies in collaboration with the School of TechnologicalEntrepreneurship, provides students with a foundation to translatetechnical ideas into commercial successes. This is a one-year, intensivemaster’s program, where students attend all courses online, allowingthem to maintain career and life commitments while earning a degree.

New courses are frequently added. For the most up-to-date schedules and faculty assignments,please visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

Visit www.northeastern.edu/cps or call 1.877.668.7727 for more information.

*Students in this program may apply any successfully completedCollege of Professional Studies graduate certificate to the overallprogram requirements and focus their studies on one of more thantwenty areas of specialization.

UNDERGRADUATE Fast-Track If you have an associate degree or equivalent number of credits, you can complete your bachelor’s degree in just 18 months. Fast-Track 18-month bachelor’s degree completion programs are offered in online, on-campus, and blended course formats that allow you to maintain work and family commitments while gaining the skills and knowledge needed to get ahead.

Fast-Track majors include:

• Leadership • Health Management • Management • Information Technology • Finance & Accounting Management

For more information, visitwww.northeastern.edu/cps/programs/fasttrack/

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BOSTON HUNTINGTON AVENUE CAMPUSUNDERGRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULENumber Title CRN Sec qh Wks Days Start Times Tuition Notes

ACC 1001 Financial Accounting 1 10042 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ACC 1001 Financial Accounting 1 10043 02 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 1001 Financial Accounting 1 10606 03 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2001 Financial Reporting and Analysis 1 10013 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ACC 2002 Financial Reporting and Analysis 2 10016 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ACC 2101 Strategic Cost Analysis 1 10046 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2102 Strategic Cost Analysis 2 10048 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2202 Financial Accounting 2 10006 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2301 Advanced Accounting 1 10050 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2450 Auditing (Intensive) 11259 01 6 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $1860

ACC 3205 Accounting Information Systems 10031 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 3302 Advanced Accounting 2 10051 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 3701 Concepts in Taxation 1 10052 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 4202 Concepts in Taxation 2 10059 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM - 8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 4202 Concepts in Taxation 2 10060 02 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 4403 Financial Reporting and Analysis 4 (Capstone) 11256 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ART 1100 Visual Foundations: Two-Dimensional Design (Studio) 10062 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–9:20 PM $930

ART 1110 Visual Foundations: Color (Studio) 11068 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–9:20 PM $930

ART 1160 Digital Photography 1 (Studio) 10063 01 3 6A F 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ART 1160 Digital Photography 1 (Studio) 10064 02 3 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–12:30 PM $930

ART 1161 Digital Photography 2 (Studio) 11262 01 3 6B F 10/26 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ART 2111 Designing Web Graphics 10066 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–9:20 PM $930

ART 2720 Electronic Publishing Design and Systems (Studio) 10065 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–9:20 PM $930

ART 4630 Advanced Electronic Publishing Design (Studio) 11069 01 3 12 F 9/14 5:50 PM–9:20 PM $930

ASL 1010 American Sign Language 1 10068 01 4 12 MW 9/14 5:50 PM–7:10 PM $1240

ASL 2211 Intermediate American Sign Language 2 10069 01 4 12 MW 9/14 5:50 PM–7:10 PM $1240

ASL 2420 Introduction to the Deaf-Blind Community 10551 01 3 12 Sa 9/14 10:00 AM–3:00 PM $930

ASL 3610 ASL-English Contrastive Analysis 10070 01 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $1240

ASL 3615 Interpreting Inquiry Texts 10071 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $1240

ASL 4212 Ethical Fieldwork 10549 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1240 Blended course format.*

ASL 4718 Interpreting Expository Texts 10550 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $1240

BIO 1010 Biology 1 (Principles) 10072 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 1010 Biology 1 (Principles) 10073 02 3 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:00 AM $930

BIO 1010 Biology 1 (Principles) 10028 03 3 6B Sa 10/26 9:00 AM–11:10 AM $930 Blended course format.*

BIO 1011 Laboratory for Biology 1 10075 01 1 12 M 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 1011 Laboratory for Biology 1 10076 02 1 12 M 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 1011 Laboratory for Biology 1 10077 03 1 12 Sa 9/14 11:25 AM–1:25 PM $448

BIO 1011 Laboratory for Biology 1 10610 04 1 6B Sa 10/26 11:25 AM–1:35 PM $448 Blended course format.*

BIO 2610 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 10079 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 2610 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 10080 02 3 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:00 AM $930

BIO 2611 Laboratory for Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 10082 01 1 12 Th 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 2611 Laboratory for Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 10083 02 1 12 Th 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 2611 Laboratory for Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 10084 03 1 12 Th 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 2611 Laboratory for Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 10085 04 1 12 Sa 9/14 11:25 AM–1:25 PM $448

BIO 2710 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 10081 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 2711 Laboratory for Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 10547 01 1 12 Tu 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

*On-campus session each week plus additional online course work.

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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*On-campus session each week plus additional online course work.

Number Title CRN Sec qh Wks Days Start Times Tuition Notes

BIO 2811 Laboratory for Human Anatomy and Physiology 3 11071 01 1 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:00 AM $448

BIO 3010 Microbiology 1 10086 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 3010 Microbiology 1 10087 02 3 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:00 AM $930

BIO 3011 Laboratory for Microbiology 1 10089 01 1 12 M 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 3011 Laboratory for Microbiology 1 10090 02 1 12 M 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

BIO 3011 Laboratory for Microbiology 1 10092 03 1 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $448

BIO 3011 Laboratory for Microbiology 1 10093 04 1 12 Sa 9/14 11:25 AM–1:25 PM $448

BIO 3600 Ecology 1 10096 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 3710 Genetics and Molecular Biology 1 10098 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 4240 Cell Biology 1 10099 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BIO 4410 Biochemistry 1 11248 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BLW 1001 Business Law 1 10102 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BTC 3210 Immunology 10111 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1240

BTC 4100 Introduction to Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics 10113 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CHM 1011 Chemical Principles 1 10115 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CHM 1011 Chemical Principles 1 10116 02 3 6A Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:10 AM $930 Blended course format.*

CHM 1012 Laboratory for Chemical Principles 1 10118 01 1 12 Th 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

CHM 1012 Laboratory for Chemical Principles 1 10119 02 1 6A Sa 9/14 11:25 AM–1:35 PM $448 Blended course format.*

CHM 1015 Chemical Principles 2 10117 01 3 6B Sa 10/26 9:00 AM–11:10 AM $930 Blended course format.*

CHM 1016 Laboratory for Chemical Principles 2 10120 01 1 6B Sa 10/26 11:25 AM–1:35 PM $448 Blended course format.*

CHM 2010 Organic Chemistry 1 10123 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CHM 2010 Organic Chemistry 1 10124 02 3 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:00 AM $930

CHM 2011 Laboratory for Organic Chemistry 1 10125 01 1 12 Th 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

CHM 2011 Laboratory for Organic Chemistry 1 10126 02 1 12 Sa 9/14 11:25 AM–1:25 PM $448

CHM 2100 Analytical Chemistry for the Biosciences 10121 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CHM 2101 Laboratory for Analytical Chemistry for the Biosciences 10122 01 1 12 Tu 9/14 8:00 PM–10:00 PM $448

CHN 1001 Elementary Chinese 1 11078 01 4 12 MW 9/14 5:50 PM–7:20 PM $1240

CJS 2109 Organized Crime 10127 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $930

CMN 1101 Fundamentals of Human Communication 11263 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 1101 Fundamentals of Human Communication 11264 02 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CMN 1102 Interpersonal and Group Communication 11267 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CMN 1102 Interpersonal and Group Communication 11268 02 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 2002 Intercultural Communication 10131 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CMN 2051 Professional Speaking 10134 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 2154 Negotiation Skills 10129 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 2154 Negotiation Skills 10130 02 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 2320 Crisis Communication 10141 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ECN 1001 Principles of Macroeconomics 10142 01 4 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $1240

ECN 2001 Statistics 1 10147 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ECN 2002 Statistics 2 10150 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ECN 2002 Statistics 2 10574 02 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*EMS 1001 EMT-Basic 10155 01 9 12 TuTh 9/22 6:00 PM–10:00 PM $1323 Course also includes 5 all-day Saturday sessions on

10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, and 12/19.EMS 1001 EMT-Basic 10156 02 9 12 TuTh 9/22 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $1323 Course also includes 5 all-day Saturday sessions on

10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, and 12/19.EMS 1001 EMT-Basic 10159 05 9 12 TuTh 9/22 6:00 PM–10:00 PM $1323 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online. Course

also includes 5 all-day Saturday sessions on 10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, and 12/19.

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For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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ENG 1004 College English 1 10165 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ENG 1004 College English 1 10166 02 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 1004 College English 1 10167 03 3 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–11:00 AM $930

ENG 1004 College English 1 10619 04 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 1005 College English 2 10172 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ENG 1005 College English 2 10173 02 3 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3001 Expository and Persuasive Writing 1 10197 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ENG 3003 Writing for the Professions 1 10200 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3004 Writing for the Professions 2 10203 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10180 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10181 02 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10182 03 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ESC 2105 Geology of the Boston Area 10207 01 3 12 Sa 9/14 11:30 AM–1:30 PM $930

ESC 3241 Environmental Practices and Applications 10212 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ETC 1101 Introduction to C++ Programming 11110 01 3 6A M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETC 1103 C++ Application Development 11111 01 3 6B M 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETC 2415 A+ Core Hardware Servicing 10218 01 3 6A Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930

ETC 3161 Data Communication Protocols 10217 01 3 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930

ETC 3271 Introduction to Databases 11112 01 3 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930

ETC 3311 MCSE Professional Administration 11113 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETC 3315 MCSE Network Administration 11114 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETC 3343 Oracle Fundamentals 1 11115 02 4 12 Sa 9/14 1:00 PM–4:00 PM $1240 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

ETC 4083 EMC Network Storage Design 10222 01 3 6B Sa 10/26 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETC 4522 Systems Level Programming 11117 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETE 1101 Introduction to DC Networks 11118 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETE 1103 DC Network Analysis 11119 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETE 2331 Introduction to Digital Systems 11120 01 3 6A Th 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETE 2333 Applied Digital Systems 11121 01 3 6B Th 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETE 3401 Introduction to Power Systems 10231 01 4 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $1240 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

ETE 4011 Analog Circuit Simulation 10234 01 4 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $1240 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

ETE 4520 Industrial Control Systems 1 11122 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:05 PM $1240

ETF 2011 Computer-Aided Manufacturing 1 10235 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:05 PM $1240

ETG 1001 Engineering Graphics 1 10237 01 3 6A Th 9/14 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930

ETG 2010 Applications for Data Analysis 10236 01 3 6B Th 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETG 2011 AutoCAD 1 10239 01 3 6B Sa 10/26 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930

ETG 3001 Engineering Economy 10238 01 4 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

ETG 3021 AutoCAD for Architects and Engineers 11123 01 3 6A Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930

ETG 3025 Pro/ENGINEER 10241 01 4 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETG 4955 Capstone Design Project 11124 01 4 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETM 1101 Introduction to Systems in Static Equilibrium 10243 01 3 6A W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETM 1103 Application of Static Equilibrium 10244 01 3 6A M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETM 1211 Laboratory Measurement and Analysis 10248 01 3 6A M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETM 1213 Applied Laboratory Measurements 10249 01 3 6B M 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETM 3001 Materials 10247 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETM 3103 Application of Stress Analysis 11125 01 3 6B M 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETM 3311 Introduction to Thermodynamics 10245 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

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ETM 3313 Application of Thermodynamics 10246 01 3 6B W 10/26 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ETM 4113 Roark and Young Stress Analysis 10251 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

ETM 4417 Heat Exchanger and Pump Engineering 11250 01 4 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

FIN 2110 Finance Basics for Managers 10257 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

FIN 2801 Principles of Finance 10260 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

FIN 2802 Financial Management 10263 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

FIN 2822 Credit Analysis and Working Capital Management 10269 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

FIN 3210 Investment Principles 10268 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

FIN 4403 Financial Strategy 10272 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

FIN 4611 Investment Management 10274 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

FRN 1001 Elementary French 1 10563 01 4 12 MW 9/14 5:50 PM–7:20 PM $1240

HMG 1215 Health Law 10283 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

HMG 2101 Principles and Practices of Community Health 1 10285 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HRM 2010 Human Resource Management 10290 01 3 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

HRM 2015 Techniques of Employee Selection 10292 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

HRM 2101 Organizational Behavior 10286 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

HRM 2350 Organizational Behavior and Leadership (Intensive) 10289 01 6 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $1860

HSC 1101 Basic Pharmacology 10297 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HSC 2001 Pathophysiology 1 10298 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HST 1001 The Civilization of the Ancient and Medieval Worlds 10304 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HST 1003 The Civilization of the Modern World 10307 01 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

HST 1201 American History 1763–1848 10310 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HST 2202 The Historian’s Craft 10004 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HST 2205 Coming to America: The American Immigrant Experience 10316 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930 Blended course format.*

INT 2305 Introduction to Liberal Studies 10325 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ITC 1001 Introduction to PC Productivity Tools 10327 01 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 1002 Technology and Information Fluency 10329 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 1120 Website Design 10332 01 3 6A Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930

ITC 1235 Internet Essentials 10343 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 1240 HTML Programming 10345 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 1251 Network Foundations 1 10350 01 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 1252 Network Foundations 2 10352 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 2121 Advanced Website Design 10334 01 3 6B Sa 10/26 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $930

ITC 2254 Wireless Network Technologies 10355 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

ITC 3001 Database Management Systems 10373 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 3305 Operating Systems Concepts 10361 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

LDR 1202 Establishing the Framework: What Is Leadership? 10389 01 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1240

LDR 3230 Ethical Decision Making 11251 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

LDR 3230 Ethical Decision Making 11252 02 3 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

LDR 4945 Personal and Career Development: Leadership in Practice 11151 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

MGT 1001 Dynamics of Business 1 10399 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

MGT 1002 Dynamics of Business 2 10402 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

MGT 1503 Managing in a Diverse and Changing World 10405 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

MGT 2410 Project Management 10417 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 2855 Manager and Society 10413 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 3020 Managing Change 10411 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

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MGT 3446 International Business and Management 10419 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 4750 Business Strategy (Intensive) 10423 01 6 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $1860

MIS 1245 Net Security and Legal Issues 10426 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MIS 2005 Database Administration 10431 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MIS 3701 Information Systems for Management 10433 01 3 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MKT 1001 Principles of Marketing 10057 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

MKT 2005 Internet Marketing 10022 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 0101 Foundations of Mathematics 10436 01 3 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 0130 Pre-Algebra 10439 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 1001 College Algebra 1 10442 01 3 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 1001 College Algebra 1 10443 02 3 6A W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:35 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 1001 College Algebra 1 10637 03 3 6B Tu 10/26 6:05 PM–8:35 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 2002 College Algebra 2 10446 01 3 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 2002 College Algebra 2 10447 02 3 6A Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–8:35 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 2002 College Algebra 2 11164 03 3 6B W 10/26 6:05 PM–8:35 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 2101 Pre-Calculus 10451 01 3 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 2512 Finite Mathematics 10450 01 3 6A W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:35 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 2512 Finite Mathematics 11166 02 3 6B W 10/26 6:05 PM–8:35 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 3005 Calculus 1 10453 01 4 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

MTH 3010 Calculus 2 10456 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

MTH 3015 Calculus 3 10458 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

OPM 2210 Operations Control and Execution 10470 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

OPM 2451 Purchasing Essentials 10474 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

PHL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 10477 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

PHL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 10478 02 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

PHL 2160 Bioethics 10480 01 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

PHY 2301 Physics 1 10486 01 4 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

PHY 2302 Laboratory for PHY 4131 Physics 1 10488 01 1 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $448

PHY 2302 Laboratory for PHY 4131 Physics 1 11174 02 1 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–12:45 PM $448

PHY 2501 Physics 2 10490 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

PHY 2502 Laboratory for PHY 4133 Physics 2 10492 01 1 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $448

PHY 2502 Laboratory for PHY 4133 Physics 2 11175 02 1 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–12:45 PM $448

PHY 3101 Physics 3 10494 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

PHY 3102 Laboratory for PHY 4135 Physics 3 10496 01 1 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $448

PHY 3102 Laboratory for PHY 4135 Physics 3 11176 02 1 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–12:45 PM $448

POL 1001 Introduction to Politics 10546 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

POL 2230 Civil Liberties 11185 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

POL 2400 International Relations 10505 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

POL 2510 Politics and Documentary Film 10504 01 3 6A W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

POL 2520 Government and Politics in the Middle East 10507 01 3 6A W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

POL 2840 American Foreign Policy 10506 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

POL 3115 State and Local Government 10501 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

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For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

New courses are frequently added. For the most up-to-date schedules and faculty assignments,please visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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BTC 6210 Human Experimentation: Methodological Issues 10849 01 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056Fundamental to Clinical Trials

BTC 6210 Human Experimentation: Methodological Issues 11072 02 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056Fundamental to Clinical Trials

BTC 6213 Clinical Trial Design Optimization and Problem Solving 11076 01 4 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

CMN 6010 Foundations of Organizational Communication 10920 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

CMN 6030 Professional Speaking 10923 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $1542

CMN 6050 Crisis Communication 10924 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

CMN 6060 Negotiation, Mediation, and Facilitation 10925 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

CMN 6060 Negotiation, Mediation, and Facilitation 11064 02 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

CMN 6090 Organizational Culture, Climate, and Communication 10926 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*CMN 6110 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Conflict: 10928 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

Meeting Management

DGM 6105 Visual Communication Foundations 11091 01 4 12 M 9/14 6:00 PM–9:00 PM $2056

EDU 6051 Race and Ethnicity in Education 10906 01 4 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1640 Blended course format.*

EDU 6055 Socio-Cultural Context of Learning and Development 10908 01 4 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1640 Blended course format.*

EDU 6086 Foundations of Literacy Development and Instruction 10982 02 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6104 Learning and Accomplished Practice 10983 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6104 Learning and Accomplished Practice 10984 02 2 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6107 “Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity” 10985 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6107 “Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity” 10986 02 4 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6122 Teaching the Language Arts 10987 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6124 Teaching History and the Social Sciences 10988 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6127 Teaching Science 10989 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6129 Teaching Mathematics 10990 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6130 Teaching Spanish 11027 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $1640 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6200 Management of Higher Education Institutions 11244 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1230 Blended course format.*

EDU 6213 Curriculum and Program Development 11243 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1230 Blended course format.*

EDU 6220 Enrollment Management 10895 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1230 Blended course format.*

EDU 6250 Employer Relations 11099 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–9:30 PM $1230

EDU 6253 Understanding Labor Markets 11100 01 3 6B W 10/26 5:30 PM–9:30 PM $1230

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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POL 3130 American Constitutional Law 10503 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology: Fundamental Issues 10511 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

PSY 2105 Motivation 10517 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

PSY 3420 Development: Infancy and Childhood 10518 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

RET 1303 Real Estate Fundamentals (Intensive) 11274 01 6 12 Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–1:00 PM $1860

SOC 1001 Sociology 1 10527 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

SOC 1110 Diversity 10530 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

SOC 2420 Death and Dying 10536 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

SOC 2440 Gender and Work Roles in Society 10532 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

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New courses are frequently added. For the most up-to-date schedules and faculty assignments,please visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

EDU 6866 Teaching Practicum and Seminar 11238 01 8 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $3280 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 6866 Teaching Practicum and Seminar 11239 02 8 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $3280 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 7200 Social and Cultural Analysis of Education Systems 11203 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1314 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 7201 Global and Historical Perspectives on Education 11208 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1314 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 7202 Leading Change and Transformation 11211 02 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 AM–7:50 AM $1314 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 7205 Research Processes 11206 02 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1314 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 7250 Structure and Governance 11218 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1314 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

EDU 7253 The Legal Environment of Higher Education 11220 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1314 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.GST 6100 Global Basics: Globalization and Global Political and 10852 01 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

Economic Systems

GST 6101 Global Basics: Global Literacy, Culture, and Communication 10853 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

GST 6300 Global Issues: Security and Terrorism 10854 01 4 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

GST 6310 Global Issues: Immigration and Labor 11132 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

GST 6324 Divided Societies in the Modern World 11133 01 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

GST 6420 Global Focus: Media and Communication Technology 11134 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

GST 6500 Global Hot Spots: China and India 11135 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056HRM 6005 Creating a High-Performance Organization: Strategic 11136 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

Organizational and HRM Choices

HRM 6045 Change, Challenge, and Competence 11139 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

ITC 6010 IT Strategy, Finance, and Policy 10939 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

ITC 6035 Software Project Management 10943 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

ITC 6040 Integration Seminar 10944 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

LDR 6110 Optimizing Team Performance 10949 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

LDR 6110 Optimizing Team Performance 10950 02 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

LDR 6110 Optimizing Team Performance 10951 03 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

LDR 6110 Optimizing Team Performance 11024 04 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*LDR 6120 Creating Collaborative Organizations: 11153 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

Developing Bench Strength

LDR 6125 Managing Organizational Culture 10956 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

LDR 6135 The Ethical Leader 10953 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

LDR 6140 Developing the Strategic Leader 11155 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

LDR 6400 Sports Management 10958 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

LDR 6410 Leadership and Organization 10960 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

LDR 6440 Sports Marketing and Promotions 11158 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

LDR 6441 Sports Media Relations 10962 01 3 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

LDR 6945 Personal and Career Development: Leadership in Practice 11160 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

LDR 7995 Master Research Project 11161 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

NPM 6110 Legal and Governance Issues in Nonprofit Organizations 10857 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

NPM 6120 Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations 10859 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

NPM 6125 Promoting Nonprofit Organizations 10860 01 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

NPM 6140 Grant and Report Writing 11169 01 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 10966 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 11063 02 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

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ACC 1403 Managerial Accounting 10010 01 3 6B W 10/26 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 3205 Accounting Information Systems 10032 02 3 6B W 10/26 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ECN 2001 Statistics 1 10148 03 3 6A Th 9/14 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ECN 2002 Statistics 2 10151 04 3 6B Th 10/26 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10184 05 3 6A M 9/14 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ITC 1230 PC Database Software 10340 01 3 6A W 9/14 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

PHL 2180 Business Ethics 10481 03 3 6B W 10/26 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*

POL 1250 Introduction to American Government 10498 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $930 Blended course format.*PRL 1400 Paralegal Professional Program 10509 01 12 12 MW 9/14 6:00 PM–9:00 PM $3595 Course also includes six Saturday exercises from

9:00 AM-4:00 PM.

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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DGM 6108 Scripting for Multimedia 11093 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:00 PM–8:40 PM $2056

DGM 6145 Information Technology and Creative Practices 11094 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:00 PM–8:40 PM $2056

DGM 6217 Typography for Interactivity 11052 01 4 12 Th 9/14 6:00 PM–8:40 PM $2056

DGM 6302 Workflow in Digital Imaging 11045 01 3 12 M 9/14 6:00 PM–8:00 PM $1542

DGM 6405 Digital Game Design Fundamentals 11095 01 3 12 Th 9/14 6:00 PM–8:00 PM $1542

DGM 6450 Animation Basics 11096 01 3 12 Tu 9/14 6:00 PM–8:00 PM $1542

DGM 6461 Interactive Information Design 1 11097 01 3 12 M 9/14 6:00 PM–8:00 PM $1542

DGM 6503 Flash Intensive 11014 01 1 6A W 9/14 6:00 PM–8:00 PM $514

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BOSTON HUNTINGTON AVENUE CAMPUSGRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULE CONTINUED

PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 11177 03 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6010 Project Planning and Scheduling 10968 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6015 Risk Management 10969 01 3 6B Tu 10/26 8:00 PM–10:10 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6015 Risk Management 10970 02 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6020 Cost and Budget Management 11180 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

PJM 6130 Organizational and Financial Views of Projects 11182 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

RGA 6100 Introduction to Drug and Medical Device Regulation 10871 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

RGA 6100 Introduction to Drug and Medical Device Regulation 11190 02 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

RGA 6110 Understanding the Health Care Landscape 11018 01 4 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

RGA 6200 Biologics Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 10874 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

RGA 6201 New Drug Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 11053 01 4 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

RGA 6201 New Drug Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 11191 02 4 12 Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

RGA 6203 Food, Drug, and Medical Device Law: Topics and Cases 10879 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056RGA 6223 Global Awareness: Canada, Asian, and Latin American 11196 01 4 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:30 PM $2056

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New courses are frequently added. For the most up-to-date schedules and faculty assignments,please visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

ACC 1001 Financial Accounting 1 10044 04 3 6A Th 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2001 Financial Reporting and Analysis 1 10014 02 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2002 Financial Reporting and Analysis 2 10017 02 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ACC 2202 Financial Accounting 2 10007 02 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ART 1160 Digital Photography 1 (Studio) 10026 03 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

BLW 3304 Employment Law 10107 01 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 1010 Organizational Communication 10137 01 3 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

CMN 2002 Intercultural Communication 10132 03 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

CMN 2051 Professional Speaking 10135 02 3 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ECN 1001 Principles of Macroeconomics 10030 02 4 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1240 Blended course format.*

ECN 1002 Principles of Microeconomics 10036 01 4 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1240 Blended course format.*

ECN 2001 Statistics 1 10037 02 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ECN 2002 Statistics 2 10038 03 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*EMS 1001 EMT-Basic 10157 03 9 12 TuTh 9/22 6:00 PM–10:00 PM $1323 Course also includes 5 all-day Saturday sessions on

10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, and 12/19.

EMS 1001 EMT-Basic 10158 04 9 7 TuWTh 9/29 9:00 AM–3:30 PM $1323EMS 1001 EMT-Basic 10160 06 9 12 TuTh 9/14 6:00 PM–10:00 PM $1323 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online. Course

also includes 5 all-day Saturday sessions on 10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 11/14, and 12/19.

ENG 1004 College English 1 10168 05 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 1005 College English 2 10175 04 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3003 Writing for the Professions 1 10201 02 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3004 Writing for the Professions 2 10204 02 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10183 04 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

FIN 2801 Principles of Finance 10261 02 3 12 Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

HRM 2010 Human Resource Management 10291 02 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

HST 1203 American History Since 1917 10312 21 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

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BOSTON BROAD STREET CAMPUSGRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULE CONTINUED

DGM 6504 Actionscript Intensive 11015 01 1 6B W 10/26 6:00 PM–8:00 PM $514

DGM 6530 Character Animation 11098 01 4 12 W 9/14 6:00 PM–9:00 PM $2056 Blended course format.*

FIN 6101 Accounting Fundamentals for Financial Institutions 10930 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:30 PM–8:10 PM $2056 Blended course format.*

FIN 6102 Asset and Liability Management 11126 01 4 12 Th 9/14 5:30 PM–8:10 PM $2056 Blended course format.*HRM 6005 Creating a High-Performance Organization: 10931 02 3 6A W 9/14 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

Strategic Organizational and HRM Choices

HRM 6010 Total Compensation 10934 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:30 PM–7:40 PM $1542 Blended course format.*

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HRM 6005 Creating a High-Performance Organization: Strategic 10932 03 3 6A Sa 9/14 9:00 AM–12:00 PM $1542 Blended course format.*Organizational and HRM Choices

IRM 6100 Database Design and Implementation 10938 01 4 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:50 PM $2056

PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 11178 04 3 6B Sa 10/26 9:00 AM–12:00PM $1542 Hybrid course; half on campus, half online.

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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BURLINGTON CAMPUSUNDERGRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULE CONTINUED

ITC 1001 Introduction to PC Productivity Tools 11141 02 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

LDR 1201 Assessing Your Leadership Capability 10385 03 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

LDR 1202 Establishing the Framework: What Is Leadership? 10390 02 4 6B W 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $1240 Blended course format.*

LDR 3230 Ethical Decision Making 11253 03 3 6A F 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 1001 Dynamics of Business 1 10400 03 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 1503 Managing in a Diverse and Changing World 10406 02 3 6B Th 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 3446 International Business and Management 10420 02 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MGT 4750 Business Strategy (Intensive) 10424 02 6 12 W 9/14 5:50 PM–9:50 PM $1860

MTH 0101 Foundations of Mathematics 10437 02 3 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 0130 Pre-Algebra 10440 02 3 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 1001 College Algebra 1 10444 04 3 6A Tu 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 2002 College Algebra 2 10448 04 3 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–8:05 PM $930

MTH 2101 Pre-Calculus 11165 02 3 6B Tu 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 2101 Pre-Calculus 10452 03 3 6B Tu 10/26 6:05 PM–8:15 PM $930 Blended course format.*

MTH 3005 Calculus 1 10454 02 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

MTH 3010 Calculus 2 10457 02 4 12 Th 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

MTH 3015 Calculus 3 10459 02 4 12 M 9/14 6:05 PM–9:50 PM $1240

OPM 1130 Basics of Supply Chain Management 10468 01 3 12 M 9/14 5:50 PM–7:50 PM $930

PHL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 10040 04 3 6A M 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

PHL 2160 Bioethics 11172 02 3 6A F 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

PHY 2301 Physics 1 10485 02 4 12 Tu 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $1240

PHY 2501 Physics 2 10489 02 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $1240

PHY 3101 Physics 3 10493 02 4 12 W 9/14 6:05 PM–8:50 PM $1240

PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology: Fundamental Issues 10512 03 3 6A W 9/14 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

SOC 1110 Diversity 10005 02 3 6B Th 10/26 9:30 AM–11:40 AM $930 Blended course format.*

SOC 1635 Race and Ethnicity 11198 01 3 6B M 10/26 5:50 PM–8:00 PM $930 Blended course format.*

New courses are frequently added. For the most up-to-date schedules and faculty assignments,please visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

ACC 1001 Financial Accounting 1 10045 05 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 1403 Managerial Accounting 10011 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 2001 Financial Reporting and Analysis 1 10015 03 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 2001 Financial Reporting and Analysis 1 10587 04 3 6A 9/14 $930

ACC 2001 Financial Reporting and Analysis 1 10607 05 3 6B 10/26 $930

ACC 2002 Financial Reporting and Analysis 2 10018 03 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 2002 Financial Reporting and Analysis 2 10588 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

ACC 2101 Strategic Cost Analysis 1 10047 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 2101 Strategic Cost Analysis 1 10590 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

ACC 2102 Strategic Cost Analysis 2 10049 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 2102 Strategic Cost Analysis 2 10591 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

ACC 2202 Financial Accounting 2 10008 03 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 2403 Financial Reporting and Analysis 3 10589 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ACC 2403 Financial Reporting and Analysis 3 10608 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ACC 3701 Concepts in Taxation 1 10053 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ACC 4403 Financial Reporting and Analysis 4 (Capstone) 11257 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ANT 1010 Physical Anthropology 10577 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ART 1001 Introduction to Art 10061 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ART 1020 American Art 11260 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ART 1030 American Cinema 11261 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ART 2510 Graphic Communication and Production 10576 01 3 12 9/14 $930

BIO 1010 Biology 1 (Principles) 10074 04 3 12 9/14 $930

BIO 1030 Botany 10548 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

BIO 1815 Biology of AIDS and STDs 10078 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

BIO 1825 Biology Today: An Issues Approach 10100 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

BIO 2810 Human Anatomy and Physiology 3 11070 01 3 12 9/14 $930

BIO 3005 Critical Thinking for Research 10041 01 3 12 9/14 $930

BIO 3010 Microbiology 1 10088 03 3 12 9/14 $930

BIO 3600 Ecology 1 10097 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

BLW 1001 Business Law 1 10103 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

BLW 1001 Business Law 1 10612 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

BLW 2001 Business Law 2 10105 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

BLW 2305 Intellectual Property 10110 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

BLW 3304 Employment Law 10108 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

BTC 2330 Quality Control and Validation Issues 10112 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

BTC 2340 Introduction to International Regulatory Affairs 10114 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

BTC 3110 Introduction to Biotechnology 10560 01 3 12 9/14 $930

CHM 1011 Chemical Principles 1 10561 03 3 12 9/14 $930

CHM 2105 Chemistry and the Environment 10572 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

CHM 2105 Chemistry and the Environment 10613 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

CJS 2114 Race, Crime, and Justice 10128 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

CMN 1010 Organizational Communication 10138 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

CMN 1010 Organizational Communication 11086 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

CMN 1101 Fundamentals of Human Communication 11265 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

CMN 1101 Fundamentals of Human Communication 11266 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

CMN 1102 Interpersonal and Group Communication 11269 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

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CMN 2002 Intercultural Communication 11088 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

CMN 2002 Intercultural Communication 10133 04 3 6A 9/14 $930

CMN 2050 Advanced Organizational Communication 10140 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

CMN 2154 Negotiation Skills 10614 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

CMN 2320 Crisis Communication 10593 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ECN 1001 Principles of Macroeconomics 10054 04 4 12 9/14 $1240

ECN 1001 Principles of Macroeconomics 10615 05 4 6A 9/14 $1240

ECN 1001 Principles of Macroeconomics 10143 06 4 6B 10/26 $1240

ECN 1002 Principles of Microeconomics 10146 02 4 6B 10/26 $1240

ECN 2001 Statistics 1 10149 04 3 6A 9/14 $930

ECN 2001 Statistics 1 10616 05 3 6B 10/26 $930

ECN 2002 Statistics 2 10152 05 3 6B 10/26 $930

ECN 3100 Economic Growth and Development 10617 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 1004 College English 1 10170 06 3 6A 9/14 $930

ENG 1004 College English 1 10171 07 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 1004 College English 1 10580 08 3 6A 9/14 $930

ENG 1004 College English 1 10618 09 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 1005 College English 2 10177 05 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 1005 College English 2 10178 06 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 1005 College English 2 10179 07 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 2210 English Literature 1 10191 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 2420 American Literature 1 10192 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 2521 Backgrounds in Literature 10194 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3001 Expository and Persuasive Writing 1 10198 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3002 Expository and Persuasive Writing 2 11103 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 3003 Writing for the Professions 1 10558 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

ENG 3003 Writing for the Professions 1 10621 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 3004 Writing for the Professions 2 10559 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10185 06 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10186 07 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10187 08 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10600 09 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3006 College English Workshop 10604 10 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 3010 Detective Fiction 10195 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3020 Children’s Literature 10196 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ENG 3050 Modern Bestsellers 10205 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ENG 4119 Creative Writing: Fiction 11249 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ESC 1105 Physical and Historical Geology 10206 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ESC 1123 Observational Astronomy 10208 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ESC 1535 Science, Technology, and Society 10211 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ESC 2015 Disasters, Nature’s Violence, and the Human Threat 10209 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ETC 3463 Operating Systems 11116 01 3 12 9/14 $930

FIN 1101 Personal Finance 10255 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

FIN 2110 Finance Basics for Managers 10258 03 3 12 9/14 $930

FIN 2801 Principles of Finance 10262 03 3 12 9/14 $930

FIN 2802 Financial Management 10264 02 3 12 9/14 $930

For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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For course descriptions and prerequisites, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

FIN 2822 Credit Analysis and Working Capital Management 10271 02 3 12 9/14 $930

FIN 3210 Investment Principles 10267 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

FIN 4560 International Finance 10276 01 3 12 9/14 $930

GIS 5101 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 10278 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

GIS 5102 Fundamentals of GIS Analysis 10280 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

GIS 5201 Advanced Spatial Analysis 11127 01 3 12 9/14 $930

HMG 1001 Managing Health Services Organizations 1 10281 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HMG 1101 Healthcare Delivery Systems 10284 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

HMG 1201 Health Planning and Regulation 10569 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HMG 2115 Patients’ Impact on Decision Making 10570 01 3 12 9/14 $930

HRM 2101 Organizational Behavior 10288 02 3 12 9/14 $930

HRM 2101 Organizational Behavior 10626 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

HRM 2325 Training and Development 10293 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HRM 2445 Human Resources Information Systems 10294 02 3 12 9/14 $930

HSC 1100 Basic Nutrition 10296 01 3 12 9/14 $930

HSC 2100 Public Health 10299 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

HSC 2101 Health Issues of Environmental Problems 10300 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

HSC 2102 Women’s Health Issues 10301 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HSC 2200 Epidemiology 10302 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HST 1001 The Civilization of the Ancient and Medieval Worlds 10305 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

HST 1003 The Civilization of the Modern World 10309 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

HST 1003 The Civilization of the Modern World 10628 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

HST 1202 American History 1848–1917 10311 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HST 1203 American History Since 1917 10313 02 3 12 9/14 $930

HST 2205 Coming to America: The American Immigrant Experience 10317 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

HST 2205 Coming to America: The American Immigrant Experience 10318 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

HST 3120 Ireland Since 1800 10314 01 3 12 9/14 $930

HST 3212 The Making of the American Constitution 10315 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

HSV 2000 Introduction to Human Services 10322 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

HSV 2001 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health and Human Services 10323 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

HSV 4995 Human Services Practicum 10324 01 3 12 9/14 $930

INT 2305 Introduction to Liberal Studies 10326 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ITC 1001 Introduction to PC Productivity Tools 10328 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 1001 Introduction to PC Productivity Tools 10629 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 1002 Technology and Information Fluency 10330 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 1120 Website Design 10333 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 1230 PC Database Software 10341 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ITC 1235 Internet Essentials 10344 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 1240 HTML Programming 10346 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 1251 Network Foundations 1 10351 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 1252 Network Foundations 2 10353 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 1255 Human-Computer Interaction 10358 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 1256 Information Security Management 10599 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 2001 Java Programming 10364 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 2005 Computer Architecture & Systems Programming 10360 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ITC 2015 JavaScript Essentials 10363 01 3 12 9/14 $930

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ITC 2210 Programming Logic 10338 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ITC 2213 Database Websites with PHP/MySQL 10368 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 2254 Wireless Network Technologies 10356 02 3 12 9/14 $930

ITC 2305 Advanced Java Programming 10365 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 2320 SQL: Introduction to Structured Query Language 10375 01 3 12 9/14 $930

ITC 2610 UNIX System Overview 10371 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

ITC 2615 UNIX 2 10372 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 3001 Database Management Systems 10374 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

ITC 3305 Operating Systems Concepts 10362 02 3 12 9/14 $930

LDR 1201 Assessing Your Leadership Capability 10386 04 3 6A 9/14 $930

LDR 1201 Assessing Your Leadership Capability 10630 05 3 6B 10/26 $930

LDR 1202 Establishing the Framework: What Is Leadership? 10391 03 4 6B 10/26 $1240LDR 1501 Organizational Behavior and Establishing the 10388 01 6 12 9/14 $1860

Framework: What Is Leadership?

LDR 3230 Ethical Decision Making 11254 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

LDR 3230 Ethical Decision Making 11255 05 3 6A 9/14 $930

LDR 4995 Leadership Practicum 10056 02 3 12 9/14 $930

MGT 1001 Dynamics of Business 1 10401 04 3 6A 9/14 $930

MGT 1001 Dynamics of Business 1 10632 05 3 6B 10/26 $930

MGT 1503 Managing in a Diverse and Changing World 10407 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

MGT 1503 Managing in a Diverse and Changing World 10633 06 3 6B 10/26 $930

MGT 2410 Project Management 10418 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

MGT 3020 Managing Change 10412 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

MGT 3446 International Business and Management 10421 03 3 12 9/14 $930

MGT 4750 Business Strategy (Intensive) 10425 03 6 12 9/14 $1860

MIS 1107 Networking and Communications 10430 01 3 12 9/14 $930

MIS 3900 Applied MIS Development Project 10435 01 3 12 9/14 $930

MKT 1001 Principles of Marketing 10058 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

MKT 2005 Internet Marketing 10021 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

MKT 2325 Consumer Behavior 10025 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

MTH 0101 Foundations of Mathematics 10438 03 3 12 9/14 $930

MTH 0130 Pre-Algebra 10441 03 3 12 9/14 $930

MTH 1001 College Algebra 1 10445 05 3 12 9/14 $930

MTH 2002 College Algebra 2 10449 05 3 12 9/14 $930

MTH 2512 Finite Mathematics 11167 03 3 12 9/14 $930

MUS 1180 The Entertainment Industry 10462 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

NUR 3010 Professional Transitions in Nursing 10463 01 4 12 9/14 $1240NUR 4110 Caregiving: Nurses with Vulnerable Populations in the 10466 01 7 12 9/14 $2170

Community/Clinical

OPM 1130 Basics of Supply Chain Management 10469 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

OPM 2210 Operations Control and Execution 10471 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

OPM 2315 Detailed Master Planning 11170 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

OPM 2444 Resource Planning and Scheduling 10473 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

OPM 4004 Service Operations Management 10475 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

PHL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 11171 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

PHL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 10479 05 3 12 9/14 $930

PHL 1001 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 10638 06 3 6A 9/14 $930

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PHL 2160 Bioethics 11173 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

PHL 2180 Business Ethics 10482 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

PHL 2180 Business Ethics 10039 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

PHY 2301 Physics 1 10487 03 4 12 9/14 $1240

PHY 2501 Physics 2 10491 03 4 12 9/14 $1240

PHY 3101 Physics 3 10495 03 4 12 9/14 $1240

POL 1001 Introduction to Politics 10545 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

POL 1001 Introduction to Politics 10639 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

POL 1370 Introduction to Comparative Politics 10499 01 3 12 9/14 $930

POL 2100 Politics of Health in International Development 10500 01 3 12 9/14 $930

POL 2230 Civil Liberties 11186 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

POL 2230 Civil Liberties 11187 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

POL 3110 Political Parties and Pressure Groups 10573 01 3 12 9/14 $930

POL 3115 State and Local Government 10502 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

POL 3200 Current Political Issues 10508 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

PRL 1400 Paralegal Professional Program 10510 02 12 12 9/14 $3595

PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology: Fundamental Issues 11188 02 3 6B 10/26 $930

PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology: Fundamental Issues 10640 05 3 6A 9/14 $930

PSY 1210 Introduction to Psychology: Developmental Aspects 10514 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 1410 Introduction to Psychology: Personal Dynamics 10605 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

PSY 2100 Learning 10516 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 2325 Social Psychology 10520 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 2735 Human Sexuality and Love 10522 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

PSY 3100 Statistics and Analysis in Psychology 1 10567 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 3422 Development: Adulthood and Aging 10519 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 3515 Abnormal Psychology 1 10521 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 3765 Sensation and Perception 10523 01 3 12 9/14 $930

PSY 4920 Research in Psychology 1 10524 01 3 12 9/14 $930

RMS 5105 Introduction to Remote Sensing 10979 01 3 12 9/14 $930

SOC 1001 Sociology 1 10528 02 3 12 9/14 $930

SOC 1001 Sociology 1 10529 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

SOC 1001 Sociology 1 10643 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

SOC 1110 Diversity 10531 03 3 6A 9/14 $930

SOC 1110 Diversity 10647 04 3 6B 10/26 $930

SOC 2001 Sociology 2 10568 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

SOC 2160 Drugs and Society 10535 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

SOC 2440 Gender and Work Roles in Society 10534 02 3 6A 9/14 $930

SOC 2440 Gender and Work Roles in Society 10642 03 3 6B 10/26 $930

SOC 3100 Social Theory 1 10537 01 3 12 9/14 $930

SOC 3410 Statistics for Social Sciences 10538 01 3 12 9/14 $930SOC 3631 Research Methods: Generating and Investigating 10539 01 3 12 9/14 $930

Research Problems

TCC 2001 Technical Writing 1 10540 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

TCC 2002 Technical Writing 2 10541 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

TCC 3010 Technical-Promotional Writing 10575 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

TCC 4130 Writing for the Biotechnology Industry 10543 01 3 6B 10/26 $930

TRN 1001 Essentials of Transportation 11276 01 3 6A 9/14 $930

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ACC 6210 Forensic Accounting Principles 10916 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

ACC 6220 Dissecting Financial Statements 10917 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

ASL 6215 Time-Shifted Meaning Transfer 11017 01 4 12 9/14 $2056ASL 6310 Research Foundations for Teaching Second Languages 11016 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

and InterpretingBTC 6210 Human Experimentation: Methodological Issues 11073 03 4 12 9/14 $2056

Fundamental to Clinical TrialsBTC 6210 Human Experimentation: Methodological Issues 11074 04 4 12 9/14 $2056

Fundamental to Clinical TrialsBTC 6210 Human Experimentation: Methodological Issues 11075 05 4 6B 10/26 $2056

Fundamental to Clinical Trials

BTC 6213 Clinical Trial Design Optimization and Problem Solving 11077 02 4 6B 10/26 $2056CJS 6405 Organizational Leadership SmnrOrganizational

Leadership Seminar 11079 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

CJS 6410 Organizational Leadership Seminar 11080 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

CJS 6415 Legal Decision Making and Leadership 11081 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

CJS 6420 U.S. Policing in the Twenty-First Century 11082 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

CJS 6430 Risk Management 11083 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

CMG 6400 Introduction to Construction Management 10919 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

CMG 6402 Alternative Project Delivery Methods and Project Controls 11084 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

CMG 6403 Safety, Project Risk, and Quality Management 11085 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

CMN 6010 Foundations of Organizational Communication 10922 04 3 6A 9/14 $1542

CMN 6010 Foundations of Organizational Communication 11062 05 3 6B 10/26 $1542

CMN 6050 Crisis Communication 11090 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542

CMN 6090 Organizational Culture, Climate, and Communication 10927 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

CMN 6910 Organizational Communication Assessment 11092 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

EDU 6051 Race and Ethnicity in Education 10907 02 4 6A 9/14 $1640

EDU 6054 Emerging Models in Education 11271 01 4 12 9/14 $1640

EDU 6055 Socio-Cultural Context of Learning and Development 10909 02 4 6B 10/26 $1640

EDU 6200 Management of Higher Education Institutions 10888 02 3 6A 9/14 $1230

EDU 6210 Faculty and Curriculum 10889 01 3 6B 10/26 $1230

EDU 6211 Adult Learning Theory 10890 01 3 6A 9/14 $1230

EDU 6212 Needs and Competencies Assessment 10891 01 3 6A 9/14 $1230

EDU 6213 Curriculum and Program Development 10892 02 3 6B 10/26 $1230

EDU 6215 Higher Education Law 10894 01 3 6B 10/26 $1230

EDU 6225 Cases in Higher Education Administration 10896 01 3 6B 10/26 $1230

EDU 6230 Program Evaluation and Assessment 10898 02 3 6A 9/14 $1230EDU 6302 Teaching, Learning, and Assessment: How English Is 10899 01 3 12 9/14 $1230

Learned and Used

EDU 6310 Teaching Reading and Writing to ESL/EFL Students 11101 01 4 12 9/14 $1640

EDU 6312 TESOL in Practice 10900 01 4 12 9/14 $1640EDU 6320 New Technologies and Emerging Trends for 10901 01 3 6A 9/14 $1230

Distance Learning

EDU 6325 Teaching Strategies for Emerging Distance Learning 11102 01 3 6B 10/26 $1230EDU 6425 Special Education: Foundations for Understanding 11030 01 4 12 9/14 $1640

Inclusive School

EDU 6429 Child and Adolescent Development and Variation 10904 01 4 6A 9/14 $1640

EDU 6433 Writing Processes: Theory into Practice 10905 01 4 12 9/14 $1640

EDU 7200 Social and Cultural Analysis of Education Systems 11204 02 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7201 Global and Historical Perspectives on Education 11209 02 3 12 9/14 $1314

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EDU 7201 Global and Historical Perspectives on Education 11237 04 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7202 Leading Change and Transformation 11210 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7202 Leading Change and Transformation 11231 03 3 6B 10/26 $1314

EDU 7202 Leading Change and Transformation 11233 04 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7202 Leading Change and Transformation 11235 05 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7205 Research Processes 11205 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7206 Research Project Development 11207 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7211 Public and Institutional Policy 11213 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7211 Public and Institutional Policy 11214 02 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7212 Financial Decision Making for Education Leaders 11212 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7220 Creating High-Performance Teams 11216 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7221 Negotiation, Mediation, and Arbitration 11217 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7240 Curriculum Design and Dissemination 11215 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7251 Higher Education Markets and Competition 11219 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

EDU 7260 Global Education Models 11221 01 3 12 9/14 $1314EDU 7270 Leadership and Communication: Challenges 11222 01 3 12 9/14 $1314

and Interdependencies

GIS 5201 Advanced Spatial Analysis 11127 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

GIS 6360 Spatial Databases 11128 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

GIS 6370 Internet-Based GIS 10977 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

GIS 6390 Business Applications of Geographic Information Systems 11129 01 3 12 9/14 $1542GST 6100 Global Basics: Globalization and Global Political and 11130 02 4 12 9/14 $2056

Economic Systems

GST 6101 Global Basics: Global Literacy, Culture, and Communication 11131 02 4 12 9/14 $2056HMG 6110 Organization, Administration, Financing, and History of 10998 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

Healthcare Delivery in the U.S.

HMG 6120 Human Resource Management in Healthcare 10999 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

HMG 6130 Healthcare Strategic Management 11000 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

HMG 6140 Principles of Population-Based Management 11026 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

HMG 6160 Healthcare Information Systems Management 11001 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

HMG 6170 Health Law, Politics, and Policy 11002 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542HRM 6005 Creating a High-Performance Organization: Strategic 10933 04 3 6B 10/26 $1542

Organizational and HRM Choices

HRM 6010 Total Compensation 10935 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542HRM 6020 Strategic Recruitment, Training, and 11137 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

Performance Management

HRM 6030 Employee Rights and Employer Obligations 11138 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

HSV 6100 Theory and Practice of Human Services 11046 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

HSV 6110 Human Service Management and Development 11047 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

HSV 6120 Social Inequality, Social Change, and Community Building 11048 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

HSV 6160 Introduction to Employee Assistance Programs 10911 01 4 6A 9/14 $2056

HSV 6980 Human Services Capstone Project 11140 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

ITC 6010 IT Strategy, Finance, and Policy 10940 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

ITC 6020 Information Systems Design and Analysis 10941 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

ITC 6030 Data Communications and Networking 10942 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

ITC 6035 Software Project Management 11142 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

ITC 6300 Foundations of Information Security Management 10945 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

ITC 6310 Information Security Governance 10946 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

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ITC 6320 Information Security Technology 11272 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

ITC 7100 Introduction to Healthcare Informatics 11143 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

ITC 7105 Emerging Technologies in Healthcare 11144 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

ITC 7120 Healthcare Information Systems 11145 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

ITC 7980 Capstone 11146 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

LDR 6110 Optimizing Team Performance 11152 05 3 6B 10/26 $1542

LDR 6110 Optimizing Team Performance 10952 06 3 6A 9/14 $1542LDR 6120 Creating Collaborative Organizations: 11154 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542

Developing Bench Strength

LDR 6125 Managing Organizational Culture 10957 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

LDR 6135 The Ethical Leader 10955 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

LDR 6140 Developing the Strategic Leader 11156 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

LDR 6360 Dynamics of Change at the Community and Social Level 11157 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

LDR 6400 Sports Management 10959 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542

LDR 6410 Leadership and Organization 10961 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542

LDR 6440 Sports Marketing and Promotions 11159 02 3 12 9/14 $1542

LDR 6441 Sports Media Relations 10963 02 3 12 9/14 $1542

MIS 6080 Network Security Concepts 11163 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

MIS 6082 Network Protection 10965 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

NPM 6110 Legal and Governance Issues in Nonprofit Organizations 10858 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

NPM 6120 Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations 11168 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542

NPM 6125 Promoting Nonprofit Organizations 10861 02 3 6A 9/14 $1542

NPM 6130 Fundraising and Development for Nonprofit Organizations 10862 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

NTR 6100 Advanced Nutrition and Metabolism 11003 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

NTR 6112 Research Methods in Nutrition 11005 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

NTR 6118 Clinical Health Behavior Change 11007 01 4 6B 10/26 $2056

NTR 6155 Nutrition Entrepreneurship 11008 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

NTR 6966 Practicum in Obesity and Eating Disorders 11242 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

NTR 7147 Sports and Fitness Nutrition 11010 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

PJM 6000 Project Management Practices 10967 05 3 6B 10/26 $1542

PJM 6010 Project Planning and Scheduling 11065 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

PJM 6125 Project Evaluation and Assessment 11181 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

PJM 6130 Organizational and Financial Views of Projects 11183 02 3 6B 10/26 $1542

PJM 6705 Portfolio Management in the Enterprise Environment 11184 01 3 6B 10/26 $1542

PTH 6100 Differential Diagnosis and Medical Screening 10991 01 4 6A 9/14 $2056

PTH 6120 Nutrition 10993 01 3 6A 9/14 $1542

PTH 6130 Pharmacology 10994 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

PTH 6200 Research Methods and Statistical Analysis 10997 01 5 12 9/14 $2570

PTH 6220 Fostering Change in Health Behavior 11189 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

PTH 6400 Clinical Course: Orthopaedics 10992 01 4 12 9/14 $2056PTH 6450 Orthopaedics: Recent Advances for the Knee: 11039 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

Evaluation and Interventions

PTH 6900 Comprehensive Case Analysis 10995 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

PTH 6983 Topics in Physical Therapy 10996 01 1 12 9/14 $514

RGA 6100 Introduction to Drug and Medical Device Regulation 10872 03 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6200 Biologics Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 11034 02 4 12 9/14 $2056

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RGA 6200 Biologics Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 11038 03 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6201 New Drug Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 10876 03 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6202 Medical Device Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 10877 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6202 Medical Device Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 10878 02 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6202 Medical Device Development: A QA/Regulatory Overview 11037 03 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6203 Food, Drug, and Medical Device Law: Topics and Cases 11192 02 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6203 Food, Drug, and Medical Device Law: Topics and Cases 11193 03 4 12 9/14 $2056RGA 6205 Emerging Trends and Issues in the Medical 11194 01 4 6B 10/26 $2056

Device Industry

RGA 6206 Practical Aspects of Regulatory Compliance 10880 02 4 12 9/14 $2056

RGA 6221 European Union Compliance Process and Regulatory Affairs 11195 01 4 6B 10/26 $2056

RMS 5105 Introduction to Remote Sensing 10979 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

RMS 6110 Digital Image Processing 10981 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

RMS 6250 Remote Sensing of Vegetation 11197 01 3 12 9/14 $1542

RPT 7210 Research Design 11009 01 4 12 9/14 $2056TCC 6010 The Grammar, Syntax, and Structure of Technical and 10864 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

Scientific Prose

TCC 6030 Style and Editing in Technical and Scientific Communication 11199 01 4 12 9/14 $2056

TCC 6120 Usability 11275 01 4 6A 9/14 $2056

TCC 6380 Regulatory Writing: New Drug Applications 11200 01 4 6B 10/26 $2056

TCC 6430 Writing for the Computer Industry 11201 01 4 6B 10/26 $2056

TCC 6450 Managing Technical Publications 10868 01 4 6B 10/26 $2056

TCC 6520 Marketing Writing 10867 01 4 6A 9/14 $2056

New courses are frequently added. For the most up-to-date schedules and faculty assignments,please visit www.northeastern.edu/cps.

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BURLINGTON CAMPUS

145 South Bedford Street1.617.373.2400Fax: 1.781.238.8433Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m.*Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.*Free parking

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BOSTON HUNTINGTON AVENUECAMPUS

50 Nightingale Hall360 Huntington Avenue1.617.373.2400TTY 1.617.373.2825(for the Deaf and hard of hearing only)

Fax: 1.617.373.5545Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m.*Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.*See parking information on this page

BOSTON BROAD STREET CAMPUS

Hilton Hotel89 Broad Street1.617.373.2400TTY 1.617.373.8300(for the Deaf and hard of hearing only)

Fax: 1.617.373.8307Monday–Thursday, 5:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.*No University parking facilities available

*Office hours may vary due to changes in class schedules.

A Husky Card is required for parking at the Main Boston Campus. Please visit theOffice of Student Accounts in 120 Hayden Hall for more information on how to obtain a Husky Card.

Parking for properly registered College ofProfessional Studies and Lowell Institute School(LIS) students is provided in the University student parking facilities on a first-come, first-served basis.

Parking permits must be ordered online at www.northeastern.edu/parking OR you can visitthe Northeastern home page and access the pagethrough “Quick Links.” Go to “Parking.” Studentscan apply for permits online usually one weekprior to the start of each quarter. Students must be registered for class (registration received andprocessed by the Registrar’s Office) in order to beeligible for a parking permit. The fee is $155 for an evening student permit and will be charged tothe applicant’s tuition account. Eligible applicantsare told when they can go to the Cashier’s Office (248 Richards Hall) to pick up their permits; applicants will be asked to show photo ID. TheUniversity has established a special Saturday ratefor students who do not have a parking decal.They can park their vehicles in the RenaissancePark Garage for $1.00 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.In order to obtain this special rate, you must present your student ID to the attendant uponexiting the garage. If you do not have your NUID, you will be subject to the normal RenaissancePark Garage rates. No refunds or reimbursementswill be granted should you present your ID at alater time and date.

Parking permits are not required at our satellitelocations outside Boston. The University does not have any parking facilities at theBoston Broad Street (Downtown) satellite campus. For more information, visit the parkingWeb page (www.northeastern.edu/parking) orcall the Cashier’s Office at 1.617.373.2366.

PARKING INFORMATIONCAMPUS LOCATIONS

PARKINGPlease visit www.northeastern.edu/parkingfor more information.

Visit www.northeastern.edu/cpsfor directions to our campuses.

NORTHEASTERN ONLINE

www.northeastern.edu/cps/online

Policy StatementsThe College of Professional Studies Fall 2009 Course Schedules book containsNortheastern University’s primary statements about these academic programs anddegree and certificate requirements, as authorized by the president and the Board ofTrustees. For information about other academic policies and procedures; studentresponsibilities; student academic and co-curricular life; faculty rights and responsibilities;or general personnel policies, benefits, and services, please refer to the websitewww.northeastern.edu/cps.

CAMPUS SAFETY

Northeastern University is committed to assisting all members of the University community in providing for their own safety and security. Information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as crime prevention, university police law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, crime statistics for the most recent three-year period, and disciplinary procedures is available uponrequest from the Northeastern University Director of Public Safety, 360 HuntingtonAvenue, Boston, MA 02115 or by calling 1.617.373.2696.

EMERGENCY CLOSING OF THE UNIVERSITY

Northeastern University has arranged to notify students, faculty, and staff when itbecomes necessary to cancel classes because of extremely inclement weather throughthe following media outlets, WBZ (1030 AM), WRKO (680 AM), WBZ-TV4, WCVB-TV5,and WHDH-TV7. If a storm occurs at night, the announcement of University closing is given to the stations at approximately 6 a.m. When a storm begins later in the day,cancellations of evening classes may be announced, usually between 2 and 3 p.m. Using the relay operator, Deaf students can call 1.617.373.2000.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY

Northeastern University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status in admission to, accessto, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities. In addition, NortheasternUniversity will not condone any form of sexual harassment. Handbooks containing theUniversity’s nondiscrimination policies and its grievance procedures are available in theOffice of Affirmative Action, 424 Columbus Place. Inquiries regarding the University’snondiscrimination policies may be directed to: Donnie Perkins, Dean/Director, Office ofAffirmative Action and Diversity, Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Avenue – 424CP, Boston, MA 02115, tel. 1.617.373.2133; TTY 1.617.373.5814.Inquiries concerning the application of nondiscrimination policies may also be referredto the Regional Director, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, J.W.McCormack Building, Post Office Court House, Room 222, Boston, MA 02109-4557.

INSUFFICIENT ENROLLMENT DISCLAIMER

Northeastern University reserves the right to cancel any course if minimum enrollments,appropriate faculty, or academic facilities are unavailable to meet standards.

TUITION AND FEE POLICY

Tuition rates, all fees, rules and regulations, and courses and course content are subjectto revision by the president and the Board of Trustees at any time.

STAFFING DISCLAIMER

Instructors listed for courses are subject to change. Please check website for latestinformation: www.northeastern.edu/cps.

ACCREDITATION

Northeastern University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., a non-governmental, nationally recognized organization whose affiliated institutions include elementary schools through collegiate institutions offering post-graduate instruction.

UNIVERSITY CONTACT INFORMATIONVisit the College of Professional Studies website at www.northeastern.edu/cps,or call the indicated phone numbers for information on these and other services, policies, and topics.

Admissions and AcademicsAssessment of Prior Learning

1.877.668.7727

Commencement Information

1.617.373.4098

Disability Resource Center

1.617.373.2675TTY 1.617.373.2730

Emergency Closing of the University

1.877.668.7727

Financial Aid

1.617.373.2897

Graduate Education

(Please leave a message after tone)1.617.373.2425

Health Plan, Billing, HuskyCard

1.617.373.2270

NU Transcripts

1.617.373.2199

Parking Information

1.617.373.2366

Placement and Proficiency Tests

1.877.668.7727

Recreational Facilities

1.617.373.4433

Refund Policy

1.617.373.2270

Registrar’s Office

1.617.373.2300

Senior Status

1.877.668.7727

Student Accounts

1.617.373.2270

Student Services Career Counseling Center

1.617.373.2430

TTY: Telephone Numbers for the Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing College ofProfessional Studies

1.617.373.2825

Transferring Credits from Other Institutions

1.877.668.7727

Tuition Payment Policies and Monthly Payment Plan

1.617.373.2270

University Bookstore

1.617.373.2286

University Health and Counseling Services

1.617.373.2772

University Libraries

Boston: 1.617.373.2350

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