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PATHWAYS 


OUR HERITAGE ... 

To understand the history of Avila College, you must 
first travel down a path that originated in 1 7th century 
France. Under the patronage of Saint Joseph, six women 
from LePuy, France, dedicated themselves to the 
“practice of all the spiritual arid corporal works of mercy of 
which woman is capable and which will most benefit the ... 
dear neighbor. " Their mission to help others led them on 
a journey across the Atlantic Ocean, through the point 
of entry at New Orleans, Louisiana. Ultimately they 
followed the mighty Mississippi River to the “gateway to 
the west” St. Louis, Missouri in 1836. The pioneering 
spirit of the Sisters was far from being quenched, though. 

Nearly 30 years later, the Sisters would strike out 
on a new trail farther west from St. Louis to Kansas 
City, a burgeoning sprawl on the hanks of the 
Missouri River. It was in Kansas City that they began 
St. Teresa’s Academy, a private school for girls that 
ultimately led to the creation of Avila College. In 
1916, the Sisters founded the two-year, women-only 
St. Teresa College on the same campus as St. Teresa’s 
Academy at 5600 Main Street. In 1941 the college 
became the four-year College of Saint Teresa. It was 
fully accredited by the Commission on Institutes of 
Higher Education of the North Central Association 
of Colleges and Schools in 1946. 

By 1963, another chapter was added to the 
trailblazing heritage of the Sisters as constant growth 
caused the Sisters to look to the then-undeveloped 
southern edge of Kansas City at 1 19th Street and 
Womall Road for a new location. The campus was built 
with a portion of the original Santa Fe Trail providing its 
southern border — creating a tme intersection of pioneers. 
With the move came a change of the college’s name to 
Avila College, still in honor of Saint Teresa of Avila. 

In its brief history, Avila College has paved the 
way for Kansas City’s first baccalaureate degree 
programs in nursing and social work, as well as the 
area’s first women’s studies and gerontology studies 
programs. It became coeducational in 1969, 
established graduate degrees in business, education, 
and psychology in 1978, and began Kansas City’s first 
Weekend College in 1984- Avila completed a $6 
million capital campaign and celebrated 30 years at its 
current location in 1993; honored the tenth 
anniversary of its current president, Dr. Larry Kramer, 
in 1995; and observed its 80th anniversary in 1996. 

More than 1,400 students from more than a dozen 
different countries and all parts of the United States 
cross paths with Avila College every year. Avila offers 
more than 40 undergraduate, professional, and 
preprofessional degree and certification programs, as 
well as three graduate programs and the nationally 
recognized Women’s Leadership Institute and 
Women’s Entrepreneur Program. 


OUR MISSION ... 

Avila College is a value-based community of learning , 
Catholic, coeducational and sponsored by the Sisters of 
St. Joseph of Carondelet. In a climate respecting the 
worth and dignity of each individual , the college provides 
liberal arts, professional, undergraduate and graduate 
education for students' responsible lifelong contributions 
to the contemporary world. 


OUR PROGRAMS ... 

Undergraduate 


Accounting 

Special Education 

Art 

Behavioral Disorders 

Biology 

Learning Disabilities 

Business 

Mentally Handicapped 

Business Administration 

English 

Finance 

General Studies 

General Management 

Humanities 

Information Science 

Social/Behavioral Sciences 

International Business 

History 

Marketing 

Mathematics 

Chemistry 

Medical Technology 

Communication 

Music 

Computer Science/Math 

Natural Science 

Education 

Nursing 

Elementary Education 

Paralegal 

Middle School Education 

Political Science/Prelaw 

Secondary Education 

Premedicine 

(leading to certification in 

Psychology 

the following areas) 

Radiologic Technology 

Art 

Respiratory Therapy 

Business 

(upward mobility) 

English 

Social Work 

Mathematics 

Sociology 

Social Studies 

Theater 

Speech/Theater 

Theology 

Unified Science: Biology 


Unified Science: Chemistry 


Vocal Music 


Graduate 


Master of Business Administration 

Accounting 

International Business 

Finance 

Management Information 

General Management 

Systems 

Health Care Administration 

Marketing 

Master of Science in Education 

Master of Science in Counseling Psychology 


OUR PURPOSES ... 

• Pursue academic excellence by proi’iding an 
educational experience rooted in the Catholic tradition 
and in the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph, both of 
which emphasize collaboration , examination of social 
justice issues, responsiveness to needs of others, and 
respect for the worth and dignity of each individual. 

• Offer liberal arts and professional undergraduate and 
graduate programs grounded in scholarship with welb 
defined educational outcomes which emphasize 
communication and thinking skills, knowledge, and 
personal, social and spiritual development of each 
student. 

• Strive for excellence through responsiveness to on- 
going assessment, evaluation, and self-reflection. 

• Promote student learning by emphasizing teaching- 
learning strategies which actively engage the student in 
the learning process. 

• Foster development of the whole person for life-long 
learning and service to the contemporary world 
through curricular and co-curricular programs. 

• Serve a community of learners-primarily from the 
midwest-wuh diverse backgrounds and needs by 
providing a variety of educational formats. 

• Address the broader educational needs of the Kansas 

City area by exploring, initiating, arid supporting 
partnerships within the community. 

OUR VALUES ... 

The Avila Community values: 

• Excellence in teaching and learning 

• The Catholic identity uj the college 

• The sponsorship and contributions of 
the Sisters of St. Joseph 

• The worth, dignity, and potential of 
each human being 

• Diversity and its expression 

• Commitment to the continual growth 
of ihe whole person 

• Interaction with and service to others 


INFORMATION 


ABBREVIATIONS 

M = Monday TH = Thursday S = Saturday 

T = Tuesday F = Friday SU=Sunday 

W = Wednesday 
ARR = Arranged. 

You will meet on a one-to-one basis with a particular instructor. 
O/C = Your class meets off campus. 

TBA = To Be Announced. 


CROSS-LISTED COURSES 

Some courses are offered for credit hy more than one 
department. Be sure you register only for the department 
under which you wish your credit recorded on your 
permanent academic record. 

COURSE NUMBERS 


091-099 

Skills courses (will not count toward graduation) 

101-199 

Introductory courses 

201-299 

More advanced introductory courses; 
may have prerequisites 

301-309 

Interdisciplinary courses 

310-449 

Upper-division courses open to all students 

451-499 

Upper-division courses open to majors/minors only 

501-599 

Pre-graduate courses 

601-699 

Graduate courses 


ACADEMIC REGULATIONS 

Prerequisites 

Student are responsible for making certain that they have the 
necessary prerequisites for the classes in which they enroll. 
Course Cancellation 

Courses listed in this schedule are subject to cancellation for 
insufficient enrollment. For this reason, students are 
encouraged to register early. 

ADVISING 

Academic advising is required for all degree-seeking 
undergraduate and graduate students each semester before 
registration. If you do not know the name of your academic 
advisor, please contact the Registrar’s Office (Blasco Hall 
ext. 2210). Being advised DOES NOT constitute being 
enrolled for classes. Students must register in person or hy 
telephone with the Registrar’s Office. 

SCHEDULE CHANGES AND COURSE 
WITHDRAWALS (ADD/DROP) 

Schedule changes and course withdrawals are official when 
forms that are available in the Registrar’s Office have been 
processed and returned to the Registrar’s Office. Students 
who do not officially withdraw from a course will receive a 
final grade of “F”. 

Registration for a class must he made before the last day 
given for entering a class. Withdrawal (with a “W” grade 
listed on the transcript) from special session courses is 
according to the following structure: 

a) prior to the beginning of the course for a one-hour 
weekend intensive course 

h) prior to the beginning of the second session for a two- 
hour weekend intensive course or a one-week course 
c) prior to the beginning of the third session for a two- 
week course. 

Withdrawals from other courses must he completed prior to 
the dates on the academic calendars listed on pages 3 and 25. 

The fee for each change is $ 1 5.00. There is no fee for 
changes made as a result of classes cancelled hy the college. 


NEW STUDENTS 

New Student Orientation is held prior to the start of the 
Fall and Spring semesters. Orientation gives students a 
chance to learn about Avila. Students will also have the 
opportunity to meet and interact with other new Avila 
students, faculty and staff. Information regarding specific 
dates and times for New Student Orientation will he sent 
prior to the start of a student’s first semester at Avila. For 
assistance, call ext. 2354 

Freshman Seminar (offered only in the fall semester) is a 
twelve-week, one-credit course designed to help new students 
make a successful transition to Avila. The class is team- 
taught hy a faculty member, a staff member, and an upperclass 
student. The course focuses on teaching college survival skills 
and addresses other issues of importance to college students. 
Freshman Seminar is required for all first-time, full-time 
freshmen who have graduated from high school within the 
past year. But all new students are welcome to enroll. For 
assistance, call ext. 2354. 

DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS 

Undergraduate 

Admission to the college must he granted prior to registration. 

Graduate 

Prospective Master of Business Administration students must 
contact the department. 

Prospective Master of Science in Education or Counseling 
Psychology students must contact the Office of Admissions. 

NON-DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS 

Avila College offers OPEN ENROLLMENT for all students 
not seeking an Avila College degree. No transcript or formal 
application is necessary. You may register at the Registrar’s 
Office for any course at the 100 and 200 levels. To register for 
a course numbered 310 or above, students must meet with an 
advisor. High school juniors and seniors, home schoolers, 
students from other colleges, as well as anyone simply wishing 
to enrich an educational background are encouraged to take 
advantage of this convenient opportunity. Ordinarily, 
students who are admitted under this program are limited to a 
total of nine credits at Avila College before they are asked to 
seek formal admission. 

We recommend to visiting students that they seek written 
permission from their own institution IN ADVANCE of 
their registration at Avila in order to he sure that the course 
work will transfer. 

ACCREDITATION 

Avila College is accredited hy 

Commission on Institutes of Higher Education of the North 
Central Association of Colleges and Schools 
30 North LaSalle St., Suite 2400 • Chicago, Illinois 60602-2504 
(800) 621-7440 • Fax: (312) 263-7462 • Internet: info@ncacihe.org 

Avila is also accredited hy Joint Review Committee on Education in 
Radiologic Technology, National Accrediting Agency for Clinical 
Laboratory Sciences, the Council on Social Work Education, the 
Missouri State Board of Nursing, the Missouri State Department of 
Elementary and Secondary Education, and the National League for 
Nursing. Avila College has professional approval of the Paralegal 
Program hy the American Bar Association. 

NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY 

Avila College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, 
religion, color, disability, sexual orientation or national origin in 
administration of its educational and admission policies, scholarship 
and loan programs, athletic and other school administrated programs. 
Inquiries may he addressed to Valorie Gross (816) 942-8400 ext. 

3700, Director of Affirmative Action, Avila College. 




Summer 97 


Summer Registration 2 

Class Schedule 3 

Calendar 3 

Advising & Registration 4 

Summer Hours 5 

Bookstore Hours 6 

Evening Classes 6 

Weekend Classes 7 


Fall 97 


Class Schedule 8 

Advising Dates 8 

Registration Dates 9 

Student Affairs 10 

Special Services 12 

Continuing Education 13 

Bookstore Hours and Policy 14 

Additional Hours 15 

Saturday & Evening 16 

Graduate Programs 17 

Weekend Classes 18 

Women’s Programming 19 

How To Attend 20 

Financial Information 22 

Advisors 24 

Calendars 25 

Final Exams 25 


SUMMER 

REGISTRATION 


FINANCIAL INFORMATION 

Tuition per credit hour - undergraduate credit $165.00 

Tuition per credit hour - graduate credit $280.00 

Tuition per credit hour - $82.50 


students 55 years &. older (excludes graduate credit; 
verification of age required) 

Tuition per credit hour for continuing eduation units 


(CEU) registration 

Undergraduate credit $87.50 

55 years and older $43.75 

Graduate credit $145.00 

1 ) Application fee for graduate admissions 

(payable once by new students) $20.00 

There is no application fee for undergraduate admission. 
Note: Application fee does not apply to enrichment or 
visiting students. 

2) Change of Program (add/drop) $1 5.00 

3) Fee for late degree application $10.00 

(beginning 3/3/97) 

4) Graduation fee $35.00 

(no formal ceremony - due 7/1 1/97) 


For graduates who did not participate in the 
May graduation ceremony. 

5) Lab Fees - see summer course schedule descriptions 


6) Return check fee $20.00 

Return check fee payments must be cash, money order, 
certified check or similar item plus the fee. 

7) Room rates per week: 

Double room $55.00 

Single room $70.00 

8) Transcripts $ 2.00 


LIMITED DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN 

There is no deterred payment plan for one credit weekend 
intensive courses or special session courses. Tuition for these 
courses must he paid in full one week prior to the first day of 
classes. 

A limited deferred payment plan is available for the first tour 
week program, the eight week program and three credit 
weekend courses only. If the first payment of one-half of the 
course charges is in the Business Office by May 16, 1997, then 
the second half payment may be deferred until June 1 3, 1997. 
No deferred payment plan will he available after May 16, 1997. 
Students’ credit record with Avila College will be verified. 

The student’s responsibility for the total charges is not 
changed by having some portion of the payment deferred. 

Financial Aid including loans must be fully processed and 
loan checks or disbursing dates thereof must be on record in 
the Business Office at the time of registration. 

TUITION ADJUSTMENTS 

Cancellation of registration (no academic records are kept) 
and a 100% refund will be processed if a student officially 
withdraws on or before the Friday before a class begins. 

Students who officially withdraw by the end of the first week 
(June 6 for June and Eight- Week Sessions and July 3 for July 
Sessions) will receive a refund of 75 percent of tuition. No tuition 
refund will be made after those dates. Fees are not refundable. 
Drop forms are available in the Registrar’s Office. Special 
restrictions apply to Weekend Intensive Courses, see page 7. 


CR/NC - Credit/No Credit. A grade of CR, Credit, indicates 
that a student has successfully fulfilled all the requirements of a 
course. For Summer courses: 

a) if a one-hour course, this grading option must he contracted 
prior to the beginning of the course, 
h) if more than a one-hour course, this grading option must be 
contracted prior to the second meeting of the course. 

A grade of CR/NC may not be subsequently converted to a 
standard letter grade. 

A student may choose up to 12 credit hours for this grading 
option excluding those hours designated by the department as 
Credit/No Credit. For Weekend Intensive Courses, see page 7. 

I - Incomplete. Course work required for a grade must be 
completed within six weeks after the close of a session unless a 
shorter time is stipulated by the instructor; if not, the 
Incomplete will he changed to a grade of “F”. Student and 
instructor must complete the Incomplete Grade Contract 
prior to end of the course. Contracts are available in the 
Registrar’s Office. 

The basis for determining the academic standing is the point- 
hour ratio. The Grade Point Average (GPA) is obtained by- 
dividing the total number of grade points by the total number 
of semester hours, including transfer credits, hut excluding 
grading assessments of W, AU, CR/NC and 1. Transcript letter 
grades may be assigned with + or -, but grade points will reflect 
only the letter grade in computation of the GPA. All grades for 
courses retaken will he displayed on the transcript, hut only the 
most recent grade will be averaged into the GPA. 


TRANSCRIPTS 

Students who have satisfied all financial obligations to the 
college are entitled to transcripts of their academic record. 

Due to the confidential nature of a student’s record, transcripts 
are issued only upon w-ritten authorization of the student 
concerned. Telephone requests will not be accepted. Written 
requests should be directed to the Office of the Registrar. 

Official transcripts are forwarded directly by mail to other 
institutions. They bear the college seal and the signature of 
the Registrar. Unofficial transcripts are issued to the student 
for personal use. The fee for each transcript is $2, payable in 
advance. Please allow 24 hours to process the request. 


If a student withdraws from a course taken for Continuing 
Education Units, a refund will be granted according to the time 
frame for part-time students minus a $10 administrative fee. 

FINANCIAL AID 

Requirements: Free Application for Federal Student Aid or 
Student Aid Report and Avila Summer Financial Aid Data 
Sheet. When you apply, be sure to indicate Avila’s FAFSA code 
#002449 in section H of the FAFSA form. Early application is 
advisable. All aid applicants must be accepted for admission to 
the college before an award is made. All students are encouraged 
to apply for all types of financial assistance. Summer awards 
available: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Work-Study Program, 
Federal Stafford Loan and Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. 


PRIVATE LESSONS IN 
MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

Private lessons, which may be taken for credit or not, are 
available in voice and piano. Check with Humanities 
Department, ext. 2289, BEFORE registration for proper 
course number and lesson time. 

FEE SCHEDULE: $13.00 per 30-minute lesson 

$19.00 per 45 -minute lesson 
$25.00 per 60-minute lesson 

Minimum of six lessons; entire session payable in advance; fee 
includes tuition for one hour of college credit; eight 60-minMte 
lessons (or equivalent) required for one hour of college credit. 




TUITION PAYMENTS 

99 ACCEPTED 

For students registering prior to or on May 22, 1997: Full tuition 
payment must be postmarked to the Business Office by May 
22, 1997, except for special session and one credit weekend 
intensive classes for which payment is due one week before 
beginning of the course. 


GRADING SYSTEM 

Grades Points Per Semester Hour 

A - Superior 4 

B - Above Average 3 

C - Average 2 

D - Below Average 1 

F - Failing 0 

W - Withdrawal. See Summer Calendar for specific date to 
drop classes. 

AU - Audit. Courses may be taken for audit with approval of 
the instructor. A student may change a credit course to audit 
prior to the date indicated on the Summer Calendar by 
completing the “Change of Program” (add/drop) form. 

A student may also change an audit course to credit with 
permission of the instructor according to the academic 
calendar. A stipulation of audit is mandatory class attendance 
and, if not met, the student may be withdrawn at the 
discretion of the instructor. 


INCOMPLETE (I) GRADE - 
ASSIGNING AND PROCESSING 

A grade of 1 (Incomplete) is given only after a student has 
contacted the instructor and has received permission for an 
extension of time within the six-week limit to complete the 
course work. Sufficient evidence such as illness, etc. must he 
presented before the request for Incomplete will be 
considered. 

Steps to be taken in assigning and changing a grade of 
Incomplete to a letter grade: 

1 . Student must contact instructor and receive permission 
to receive an Incomplete grade. 

2. If the instructor agrees to assign an Incomplete grade, the 
Incomplete Grade Contract (available in the Registrar’s 
Office) must he signed by the student and the instructor 
and presented to the Registrar’s Office with the final 
grade sheets. A definite date will he set within the six-week 
period for the student to submit completed course work. 

3. When work is completed, the student must process a 
Change of Incomplete Grade Form (available in the 
Registrar’s Office) and pay the $5 fee in the 
Business Office. 

4. Student submits the Change of Incomplete Grade Form 
with the completed course work to the instructor. 

5. The instructor will record the final grade and return the 
form to the Registrar’s Office. The Registrar’s Office will 
forward the new grade to the student by mail. 

6. After the six-week period, work for an Incomplete grade 
is no longer accepted. 

GRADE REPORTS 

Grades will be mailed to the student’s permanent address 
sometime during the first full week of August. Grades will not 
he released over the telephone or in the Registrar’s Office. 



SUMMER 

CLASS SCHEDULE 


ANTHROPOLOGY 


COURSE/# 

DAY/ 

NIGHT 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

MEETS 

CORE 

SESSION 

DATE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 

PRE- 

REQS 

LAB FEE 

AN 121 40 

d 

Evolution & Archaeology 

3 00 

0RI 

204 



5/30-31 

F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 

$35 


0- 



0RI 

204 




S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 






Overnight Field Trip 
Independent Study 






6/21-22 

S.SU 

ARRANGED 





ART 


AR 

110 20 

d 

Intro Art 

300 

DAL 

820 

XII 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Sugimoto, Lisa 



AR 

305 10 

0 

Art: Elem School 

2 00 

DAL 

811 


2 week 

6/2-13 

MTWTH 

01 00PM-04 00PM 

Chrlsman, George 


$35 

AR 

495 50 


Internship 

300 





ARRANGED 

Lawlor, Susan 

Yes 



BIOLOGY 


Bl 110 20 

d 

Principles of Biology w Lab 
Lab 

4.00 

0RI 206 
0RI 109 

XII 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 06:00PM-08:40PM 

T 06 OOPM-09:50PM 

Daggett, Steve 


$50 

61 325 20 

d 

Pathological Physiology 

400 

0RI 204 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 06 00PM-0930PM 

Staff 

Yes 




May 1 9 Mon 

Special Sessions begin 

May 26 Mon 

College closed 

May 30 Fri 

Weekend Intensive 
classes begirt 

June 2 Mon 

Classes begin for June, 
Eight-Week Day and Evening 
Sessions 


BUSINESS 


BU 110 C5 

d 

Understanding Comp: DOS/WIN 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06 OOPM-08 40PM 

Staff 



BU 305 20 

d 

Legal Aspects Business 1 

3.00 

WHI 

507 

XII 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 



BU 310 20 

d 

Marketing 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 321 20 

d 

Management 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06:00PM-O8:4OPM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 322 C5 

d 

Orgamz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06. 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 330 C5 

d 

Finance 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06:00PM-08:4QPM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 490 50 


Dir Study: Business 

1-6 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 495 50 


Business Internship 

1-6 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


GRADUATE COURSES FOR MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) 



AC 690 50 


Dir Study: Accounting 

3.00 







ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


AC 698 50 


Accounting Research 

300 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 505 20 

d 

Business Legislation 

300 

WHI 

507 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 



BU 601 25 

d 

Business, Gov & Society 

3 00 

WHI 

505 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 622 25 

d 

Organiz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3.00 

WHI 

506 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06.00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 629 25 

d 

Current Issues: Management 

3.00 

WHI 

505 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 690 50 


Dir Study: Business 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 698 50 


Business Research 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 501 25 

d 

Economic Concepts 

3.00 

WHI 

506 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 



EC 540 20 

d 

Statistical Analysis 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 541 20 

d 

Quantitative Analysis 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 690 50 


Dir Study: Economics 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 698 50 


Economic Research 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



June 3 Tues 

Last day to register and/or add 
classes for June, Eight-Week 
Day and Evening Sessions 

June 18 Wed 

Last day to change to audit or 
drop a class in June Day and 
Evening Sessions 

June 27 Fri 

Last day to change “I” 
(Incomplete) grade from 
Spring Semester, 1 99 7 

June 27 Fri 

End of June Day Sessions 

June 30 Mon 

Classes begin for July 
Sessions 

July 1 Tues 

Last day to register for and/or 
add classes for July Sessions 

July 4 Fri 

College closed 


CHEMISTRY July 1 1 Fri 


CH 115 20 

d 

Molecules That Matter w Lab 
Lab 

400 

ORI 212 
ORI 216 

XII 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 0600PM-0840PM 

TTH 06 00PM-07 50PM 

Staff 


$50 

Last day to change to audit 
drop a class m Eight-Week 
Sessions 

July 16 Wed 

Last day to change to audit 
drop a class in July Sessions 

July 25 Fri 

End of Summer Sessions 

Sept 5 Fri 

Last day to change "I” 

( Incomplete) grade from 
1 99 7 Summer Sessions 

CH 135 20 

d 

Intro Org/Biocbem w Lab 
Lab 

4.00 

ORI 211 
ORI 213 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 0600PM-0840PM 

MW 0600PM-07 50PM 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 

COMMU 

CO 110 40 

NIC 

d 

0 

:ation 

Fundamentals Communication 

3.00 

DAL 820 
DAL 820 

XI 

3 wknd 

5/30-31 

6/13-14 

6/27-28 

F 06:00PM-10:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05 00PM 

lliff, Steve 



CO 225 40 

d 

Mass Media & Society 

3.00 

DAL 800 
DAL 800 

XII 

3 wknd 

6/6-7 

6/20-21 

7/11-12 

F 0600PM-10 00PM 

S O8:3OAM-O5:0OPM 

Staff 



CO 380 40 

d 

'& 

Science Fiction Films 

100 

DAL 800 
DAL 800 


1 wknd 

6/27-28 

F 0600PM-10 00PM 

S 0830AM-05 00PM 

Meade. Ben 


$10 

CO 495 50 


Internship 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Hamilton, Dotty 

Yes 



ADVISING & 
REGISTRATION 





Being advised does not mean you are 
registered in any courses. You must register 
with the Registrar’s Office in Blasco Hall , 
either in-person or by telephone. 

ADVISING DATES 
Current and New Students 

Advising by appointment only 

March 31-May 30, 1997 

(No advising May 12-16, 22, 23, and 
26, 1997.) 

REGISTRATION DATES 
Current Students Only 

In-Person Registration 

Registration will take place according to the 
classification of each student (see page 21). 

10 a.m.-5 p.m. 

April 14, 1997 M 

Seniors and Certification Students 


DAY/ 

NIGHT 


CREDITS BIDS 


MEETS 

CORE 


INSTRUCTOR RE OS LAB FEE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


CS 108 40 


CS 110 C5 


CS 180 40 


d 

'O 

T 

T 

o 


Intro MAC Computer 


Understanding Comp: DOS/WIN 


Intro PC 


1 00 


300 


1.00 


0RI 102/104 
0RI 102/104 


0RI 102/106 


0RI 102/106 
0RI 102/106 


1 wknd 


8 week 


1 wknd 


5/30-31 


6/2-7/25 


6 / 20-21 


06 00PM-1 0:00PM 
08 30AM-05 00PM 


MW 


06:00PM -08:40PM 


06 00PM-1 0:00PM 
0830AM-0500PM 


Staff 


Staff 


Staff 


ECONOMICS 



April 15, 1997 T 

Seniors, Juniors and Certification Students 

April 16, 1997 W 

Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and 
Certification Students 

April 17, 1997 TH 

Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen 
and Certification Students 

April 18, 1997 F 

All Students, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

Current and New Students 

In-Person Registration 

10 a.m.-5 p.m. 

April 21-May 22, 1997 

May 27-29, 1997 

10 a. m. -6:15 p.m. T-TH 

May 30, 1997 

7 a.m.-5 p.m. F 

June 2, 3, 1997 

Day/Evening Late Registration 
10 a. m. -6: 15 p.m. M,T 

For any open classes which begin June 30, 
students inay register at the above days/ 

GRADU 

ED 517 10 

ATE 

0 

COURSES IN EDUCz 

Behavior Management: Elem 

\TIC 

3.00 

N 

HOD 704 


2 week 

6/2-13 

MTWTHF 08 00AM-1 2:00PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 519 10 

6 

Behavior Management: Sec 

3.00 

HOD 704 


2 week 

6/2-13 

MTWTHF 08 00AM-12 00PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 520 10 

0 

Microcomputers in Educ 

300 

ORI 102/104 


2 week 

6/30-7/1 1 

MTWTHF 08 00AM-1 2:00PM 

Bollinger, Sydney 


$10 

ED 620 10 

O 

Technology in Education 

300 

ORI 102/104 


2 week 

6/16-27 

MTWTHF 0800AM-12 00PM 

Roselli, Rebecca 


$10 

ED 620 11 

o 

Technology in Education 

3.00 

ORI 102/104 


2 week 

6/16-27 

MTWTHF 01 00PM-0500PM 

Roselli, Rebecca 


$10 

ED 680 40 

d 

Or 

Special Topics in Education 

1 00 

ORI 205 
ORI 205 


1 wknd 

5/30-31 

F 06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Staff 



ED 680 41 

d 

O 

Newspaper in Education 

1.00 

ORI 205 
ORI 205 


1 wknd 

6/13-14 

F 06 00PM- 10:00PM 

S 08 30AM-05 00PM 

West, Ann 



ED 680 42 

d 

o 

Adv Cooperative Learning 

100 

ORI 205 
ORI 205 


1 wknd 

6/27-28 

F 06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

S 0830AM-05 00PM 

Rimmerman, Harlan 



ED' 684 10 

o 

Effective Instruction 

3 00 

ORI 205 


1 week 

7/7-11 

MTWTHF 0800AM-0500PM 

Staff 



ENGLIS1 

EL 53 10 

4 A 

O 

S SECOND LANGUAC 

Conversation & Reading 

3E 

3 00 

ORI 103 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MTWTH 09 00AM-1 0 50AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 53 11 

o 

Conversation & Reading 

3.00 

ORI 203 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MTWTH 0900AM-1 0:50AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 54 10 

o 

Composition & Grammar 

3.00 

ORI 103 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MTWTH 1 1 :00AM-01 :50PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 54 11 

O: 

Composition & Grammar 

300 

ORI 203 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MTWTH 1 1 00AM-01 50PM 

Staff 

Yes 


ENGLIS1 

EN 112 20 

4 

d 

Composition II 

Contact the Registrar's Office 
for placement information 

300 

ORI 204 

XI 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 06 00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EN 261 Cl 

o 

The Short Story 

300 

ORI 212 

XII 

4 week 

6/2-27 

MTWTHF 10 05AM-12:00PM 

Scott, Mary 



EN 263 C5 

d 

The Novel 

3 00 

ORI 212 

XII 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 




times or June 2-27 from 10 a. m. -5 p.m 


Current and New Students 
Special Days-Special Hours 
In-person and Telephone Registration 

Tuesdays 10 a.m.-6:15 p.m. 

April 22, 29, 1997 
May 6, 13, 1997 

Fridays 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

April 18, 25, 1997 
May 2, 9, 16, 30, 1997 


LEGAL STUDIES (PARALEGAL PROGRAM) 

| LG 495 50 | | Legal Ass’t Internship | 1-2 | | | | | ARRANGED | Gibbs. Judy | Yes | 


MATHEMATICS 


MA 95 20 

d 

Basic Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Staff 



MA 120 20 

d 

College Algebra 

The math placement test must be 
taken at Avila to determine which 
course meets the student's needs. 

300 

ORI 

206 

XI 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 

may register any of the dates/times of 
registration. Contact graduate advisor 
or department for further details. 


Telephone Registration 


For information about telephone registration option, see page 21 . 

Call (816) 942-8400, ext. 2209 or 2210 • April 21-May 22, 1997, 10a.m.-5 p.m. 


COURSE/# 


SESSION 


INSTRUCTOR 


DAY/ MEETS 

NIGHT TITLE CREDITS BLDG ROOM CORE 


DATE OAYS TIME 


PRE- 

REQS LAB FEE 


MUSIC 

For information about applied music, see page 2. 


MU 110 Cl 

'0 

Music Appreciation 

300 

BOR 420 

XII 

2 week 

6/2-13 

MTWTHF 08:00AM-12:00PM 

Hukill, Cynthia 



MU 305 20 

IT 

Music Elem School 

2 00 

BOR 420 


4 week 

6/2-25 

MW 0600PM-09.00PM 

Rudzinski, John 





HOOLEY-BUNDSCHU 


NURSING 

1 NU 455 10 1 O 

Pharmacology in Nursing 

3.00 

BOR 423 


4 week 

6/30-7/25 

MTWTHF 1005AM-12 00PM 

Jamerson, Pat 


$25 

LIBRARY 

The Hooley-Bundschu Library is the 
information resource center for the 
campus. It houses a collection of over 
68,000 books, 493 periodicals &. 
newspapers, the entire ERIC 
collection on microfiche, and several 
thousand records, filmstrips, 
videotapes and slides. 

MTWTH 8 a.m.-9 p.m. 

F 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 

S Hours to be announced 

SU Closed 

COMPUTERS 

Available for student use 

Macintosh Computers 

Library (see Library hours above) 
Rooms 104 and 105, O’Rielly Hall* 

DOS/Windows Computers 

Library (see Library hours above) 
Rooms 105 and 106, O’Rielly Hall* 

Academic Computer 
Center Hours 

O’Rielly Hall* 

Rooms 104, 105, 106 

MTWTH 8 a.m.-9:45 p.m. 

F 8 a.m.^4:45 p.m. 

S 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 

*0’Rielly computer labs are open only 
when classes are in session. 

FOOD SERVICE 

Each week of summer school, the 
Snack Bar in Marian Center will 
be open on this schedule: 

M-F 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 

PHILOSOPHY 

PL 255 Cl | Ethics 

3.00 

ORI 212 

XII 

4 week | 6/2-27 

MTWTHF 01 00PM-03.00PM 

Stuckel, Ruth 

( 

POLITIC 

PS 120 10 

:al 

o 

SCIENCE 

Am National Government 

3.00 

ORI 207 

XII 

4 week 

6/2-27 

MTWTHF 1005AM-1 2:00PM 

Theis, John 



PS 380 40 

IT 

Ch 

Latinos in Am Politics 

1.00 

ORI 212 
ORI 212 


1 wknd 

5/30-31 

F O6:0OPM-1O 00PM 

S 0830AM-0500PM 

Arvizu, John 



PS 380 41 

“T 

a 

German Reunification 

100 

ORI 212 
ORI 212 


1 wknd 

6/20-21 

F 06 00PM-1000PM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Spehr, Scott 



PS 380 42 

"T 

: Q 

Civil War Politics 

1.00 

ORI 212 
ORI 212 


1 wknd 

7/11-12 

F 06 00PM-1000PM 

S 0830AM-05 00PM 

Rodden, Kirk 



PSYCHC 

PY 205 10 

>LO< 

o- 

3Y 

Hum Growth & Development 

300 

ORI 205 


2 week 

6/2-13 

MTWTHF 01 OOPM-05 00PM 

Yeatman, Frank 



PY 225 10 

o 

Educational Psychology 

300 

HOD 704 


4 week 

6/30-7/25 

MTWTHF 10 05AM-1 2:00PM 

Millard, Jan 



PY 235 10 

a 

Psych Exceptional Child 

300 

HOD 704 


1 week 

5/19-23 

MTWTHF 08 00AM-0500PM 

Geer, Fred 



PY 380 40 

a 

o 

Women & Psychotherapy 

1.00 

ORI 206 
ORI 206 


1 wknd 

6/13-14 

F 06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

S 08.30AM-05:00PM 

Bogart, Cathy 



GRADU 

PY 615 20 

ATE 

d 

COURSES IN PSYCH 

Career Development 

[OLC 

3.00 

GY 

HOD 704 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW 0600PM-0840PM 

Millard, Jan 



PY 660 20 

(1 

Group Counseling 

3.00 

HOD 704 


8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 0600PM-0840PM 

Sirridge. Stephen 
Staff 

Yes 


PY 680 40 

d 

Q 

Women & Psychotherapy 

1.00 

ORI 206 
ORI 206 


1 wknd 

6/13-14 

F 0600PM-1 0:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Bogart, Cathy 



PY 695 50 

0 

Internship 

1-5 

HOD 704 




T 04:00PM-05:30PM 

ARRANGED 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 


RADIOL 

RT 461 50 

OGI 

C TECHNOLOGY 

Clinical Education II 

4.00 





ARRANGED 

Bellafiore, Sherry 
Passman, Ed 
Littleton, Kristi 

Yes 

$25 

RT 464 50 


Clinical Education V 

400 





ARRANGED 

Bellafiore, Sherry 
Littleton. Kristi 

Yes 

$25 

RT 474 50 


Rad Therapy Phy/Trtmt II 

200 





ARRANGED 

Norris, Mollye 

Yes 


RT 475 50 


Clinical Oncology II 

2.00 





ARRANGED 

Troutwine, Myra 

Yes 


RT 477 50 


Rad Therapy Clinical Ed II 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Troutwine, Myra 

Yes 

$25 

RT 478 50 


Rad Therapy Clinical Ed III 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Troutwine, Myra 

Yes 

$25 

SOCIOLOG\ 

| SO 101 Cl I o 

Intro Sociology w Film 

3.00 

ORI 204 

XII 

1 week 

7/7-1 1 

MTWTHF 0800AM-0500PM 

Wissmann, David 



SPANISE 

SP 111 20 

\ 

d 

Spanish 1 

3.00 

ORI 202 

X 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

MW O6:0OPM-O8:4OPM 

Staff 




ADDITIONAL 

INFORMATION 

HOUSING 

Living arrangements are 
available. Please call Student 
Life, ext. 2260, for detailed 
information. 

MAXIMUM 
STUDENT LOAD 

The maximum load is a total 
of 1 2 semester hours for the 
summer whether enrolling in 
one session or combination of 
sessions. Students may take 
courses in different sessions 
simultaneously. 

SP 112 20 

d 

Spanish II 

3.00 

ORI 202 

X 

8 week 

6/2-7/25 

TTH 06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


SOCIAL WORK 

| SW 280 50 | j Mini Agency Experience 

1.00 




ARRANGED 

Haynie, Roena 1 Yes 1 


THEOLC 

TH 111 10 

)GY 

o 

Intro Theology w Film 

3.00 

ORI 204 

XII 

1 week 

6/16-20 

MTWTHF 0800AM-0500PM 

Hynes, Mary 




TH 117 10 

0: 

World Religions 

300 

ORI 204 

XII 

1 week 

6/2-6 

MTWTHF 08:00AM-05:00PM 

Hynes, Mary 



TH 117 40 

d 

•0 

World Religions 

3.00 

ORI 207 
ORI 207 

XII 

3 wknd 

5/30-31 

6/13-14 

6/27-28 

F 06:00PM-10:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Hynes, Mary 



THEATE 

TR 180 50 

R 

Shakespeare Performance 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Gould, Charlene 

Yes 


TR 390 50 


Directed Study 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 


TR 495 50 


Internship 

3.00 





ARRANGED 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 



◄ 


SUMMER 


EVENING & WEEKEND 



BOOKSTORE HOURS 

Swnmer Schedule (Marian Center) 


May 19-22 

May 23 

May 26 

May 27-29 

May 30 

June 2-5 

June 6 

June 9-25 

June 26, 27, & 30 

July 4 

July 1 -August 1 .... 
Weekdays only 


10 a. m. -12 p.m. 

&. 2-3 p.m. 

Closed 

Closed 

10 a.m.-6 p.m. 

10 a. m. -4 p.m. 

8 a.m.-6 p.m. 

8 a.m.—4 p.m. 

10 a.m.-12 p.m. 

&. 2-3 p.m. 
Closed for inventory 

Closed 

10 a.m.-12 p.m. 

&. 2-3 p.m. 


All hours subject to change depending on classes and 
groups on campus. 

Buy back of books anytime store is open or 
call (816) 9 42-8400, ext. 2230. 


FINAL EXAMINATIONS 

Final Examinations are held on the last day of each 
session during the scheduled class time period and in 
the assigned classroom for that class. 


STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER 

(call (816) 9 42-8400, ext. 2266) 

The following services are available during the summer - 
see page 12 for descriptions: Career Services, College Skills, 
Counseling, and Tutoring in Writing. 


SUMMER EVENING CLASSES 

Classes meet 6-8:40 p.m. • June 2-July 25, 1997 

MEETS pre 


COURSE # 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

CORE 

DAYS 

INSTRUCTOR 

REQS 

LAB FEE 

AR 110 20 

Intro Art 

3.00 

DAL 

820 

XII 

TTH 

Sugimoto, Lisa 



81 110 20 

Principles of Biology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

206 

XII 

MW 

Daggett, Steve 


S50 


Lab meets 06 00PM-0950PM 


ORI 

109 


T 




Bl 325 20 

Pathological Physiology 

400 

ORI 

204 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 



Meets 06 00PM-0930PM 









BU 110 C5 

Understanding Comp. DOS/WIN 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


MW 

Staff 



BU 305 20 

Legal Aspects Business 1 

3.00 

WHI 

507 

XII 

MW 

Staff 



BU 310 20 

Marketing 

300 

ORI 

205 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 321 20 

Management 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


MW 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 322 C5 

Organiz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 330 C5 

Finance 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


CH 115 20 

Molecules That Matter w Lab 

400 

ORI 

212 

XII 

MW 

Staff 


$50 


Lab meets 0600PM-0750PM 


ORI 

216 


TTH 




CH 135 20 

Intro 0rg/8iochem w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

211 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 


Lab meets 0600PM-07 50PM 


ORI 

213 


MW 




CS 110 C5 

Understanding Comp: DOS/WIN 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


MW 

Staff 



EC 201 C5 

Principles Economics 1 

300 

ORI 

211 

XII 

MW 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 240 20 

Statistical Analysis 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 241 20 

Quantitative Analysis 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


MW 

Staff 

Yes 


EN 112 20 

Composition II 

Contact Registrar's Office for 
placement information. 

3.00 

ORI 

204 

XI 

MW 

Staff 

Yes 


EN 263 C5 

The Novel 

3.00 

ORI 

212 

XII 

TTH 

Staff 



MA 95 20 

Basic Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


MW 

Staff 



MA 120 20 

College Algebra 

The math placement test must be taken 
at Avila to determine which course 
meets the student's needs. 

3.00 

ORI 

206 

XI 

TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


MU 305 20 

Music Elem School 
4 weeks, 6/2-25 
Meets 06 00PM-09 00PM 

2.00 

BOR 

420 


MW 

Rudzinski, John 



SP 1 1 1 20 

Spanish 1 

3.00 

ORI 

202 

X 

MW 

Staff 



SP 112 20 

Spanish II 

3.00 

ORI 

202 

X 

TTH 

Staff 

Yes 



GRADUATE EVENING CLASSES 


DISABLED STUDENT SERVICES 

See page 1 1 for details. 


MEETS CORE 

A course with this designation will he accepted to 
meet core requirements. Students should check with 
their advisor for the specific requirements and/or read 
the materials in the Avila Catalog for the year they 
began enrollment at Avila. Beginning Fall 93 core 
courses are identified as meeting core (X), for level 
one (XI), level two (XII) or level (XIII). A complete 
listing of core courses is found in the Avila Catalog. 


Classes meet 6-8:40 p.m. • June 2-July 25, 1997 

MEETS PRE 


BU 

COURSE / 

505 20 

TITLE 

Business Legislation 

CREDITS 

3.00 

BLDG 

WHI 

ROOM 

507 

CORE 

DAYS 

MW 

INSTRUCTOR 

Staff 

REQS 

LAB FEE 

BU 

601 25 

Business, Gov & Society 

3.00 

WHI 

505 


MW 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

622 25 

Organiz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3.00 

WHI 

506 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

629 25 

Current Issues: Management 

3.00 

WHI 

505 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

501 25 

Economic Concepts 

3.00 

WHI 

506 


MW 

Staff 



EC 

540 20 

Statistical Analysis 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


TTH 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

541 20 

Quantitative Analysis 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


MW 

Staff 

Yes 


PY 

615 20 

Career Development 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


MW 

Millard. Jan 



PY 

660 20 

Group Counseling 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


TTH 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 



Telephone Registration 


r 


For information about telephone registration option, see page 21 . 

Call (816) 942-8400, ext. 2209 or 2210 • April 21-May 22, 1997, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 


SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 

Classes meet Fridays 6-10 p.m. and Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. in O’Rielly Hall 
MAY 30-31 

MEETS 

COURSE/# TITLE CREDITS ROOM CORE INSTRUCTOR LAB FEE 

AN 121 40 Evolutions Archaeology 3.0 204 Wissmann, David S35 

(includes overnight field trip June 21-22 and independent study] This course will examine human prehistory, primates and pnmate 
behavior, the evolution of the human species and early human culture. Course meets this weekend at Avila ; has an overnight field trip to St 
Louis; and requires an independent component Permission of the instructor is required. 

CO 110 40 Fundamentals of Communication 3.0 DAL820 XI Miff, Steve 

(1 st of 3 sessions, also meets June 13 - 14 and June 27 - 28) Practical approach to the process of developing effective communication skills 
with special attention to individual needs. Interpersonal, small-group, and public communication skills addressed as well as principles of 
listening and critical thinking. 

CS 108 40 Intro Macintosh Computer 1.0 102/104 Staff 

Computer terminology and applications; hands-on experience; handling floppy disks, booting a system, using the mouse, running software 

packages, and storing data to disk. 

ED 680 40 Special Topics in Education 1.0 205 Staff 

This class will offer a series of one hour courses, topics dealing with current issues in educational leadership, such as site-based 

management, teacher as instructional leader and group leadership techniques. 

PS 380 40 Latinos in American Politics 1.0 212 Arvizu, John 

This course will examine the role Latinos play in the political system of the United States. It will examine patterns of socialization, patterns 
of participation and the public policy concerns of the Latino community in the US. Of particular interest are differences between the three 
major subgroups I Latinos of Cuban, Puerto Rican and Mexican descent). 

TH 117 40 World Religions 3.0 207 XII Hynes, Mary 

(1st of 3 sessions, also meets June 13 - 14 and June 27 - 28] Both a historical and a critical look at human religious experience through a 
study of Buddhism, Christianity. Hinduism. Islamism, Judaism, and Taoism. Topics include the varieties of religious faith expressions such 
as ideas of the holy and sacred, scriptures, myths, symbols, rituals, and morality 


JUNE 6-7 

CO 225 40 Mass Media & Society 3.0 DAL 800 XII Staff 

(1st of 3 sessions; also meets June 20 - 21 and July 11-12) Examination of legal and ethical issues in mass media with emphasis on 
critical evaluation of the effects of media on society. Historical overview of communication media I newspaper , radio, television, film, 
magazine) including economic and technological developments. 

ED 215 40 Health Education 2.0 204 Sitler, Stephen 

(1st of 2 sessions, also meets June 20 - 21)4n overview of the philosophy, organization, and activities of community health including the 
school health program; exploration of the major health issues of contemporary concerns in school and community. 


JUNE 13-14 


CO 

110 

40 

Fundamentals of Communication 

(2nd of 3 sessions, also meets June 27 - 28; see May 30 - 31 for details) 

ED 

210 

40 

PE: Elem School 2.0 204 Sitler, Stephen 

(1st of 2 sessions; also meets June 27 - 28) Total fitness program directed toward the elementary school child, methods of evaluating 
fitness; organization of programs of physical education based upon sound principles of human growth and development 

ED 

680 

41 

Newspaper in Education 1.0 205 West. Ann 

In this course teachers will discover how to integrate use of an important, contemporary resource - the newspaper - with studies in 
language arts, social studies, science and math or any other curriculum area This course will help educators examine the newspaper in 
depth, identifying and developing activities that will be appropriate according to grade level and interest areas 

PY 

380/680 40 

Women & Psychotherapy 1.0 206 Bogart, Cathy 

This course will examine sociocultural images and assumptions about women and how these are manifest in psychotherapy. Diversity based 
on race, class, age and sexual orientation will be considered throughout the course. 

TH 

117 

40 

World Religions 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets June 27 - 28; see May 30 - 31 for details/ 


JUNE 20-21 


AN 

121 

40 

Evolution & Archaeology 

Overnight field trip to St. Louis on Saturday/Sunday, June 21 - 22 (see May 30 - 31 for details) 

CO 

225 

40 

Mass Media & Society 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets July 1 1 - 12; see June B - 7 for details) 

CS 

180 

40 

Intro Personal Computer 1.0 102/106 Staff 

This course will cover computer terminology, computer components, MS-DOS, Windows, and basic software applications. Specific topics 
covered will include parts of a computer. DOS commands, working with floppy and hard disks. Windows, and application software packages. 

ED 

215 

40 

Health Education 

(2nd of 2 sessions; see June 6 - 7 for details) 

PS 

380 

41 

German Reunification 1.0 212 Spehr, Scott 

This course will examine the reunification of Germany after the fall of the Soviet Union, what factors led to the collapse of the East German 
government , what was the process by which reunification took place; and finally what are the successes and failures of the reunification 
process 


JUNE 27-28 


CO 

110 

40 

Fundamentals of Communication 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see May 30 - 31 for details) 

CO 

380 

40 

Science Fiction Films 1.0 DAL 800 Meade. Ben $10 

Travel the landscape of American science fiction films in this historical overview of the cultural significance and aesthetic techniques of this genre 

ED 

210 

40 

PE: Elem School 

(2nd of 2 sessions; see June 1 3 - 1 4 for details) 

ED 

680 

42 

Adv Cooperative Learning 1.0 205 Rimmerman, Harlan 

Now that you know about cooperative learning, come learn some proven curricular ideas that will enable you to support this structure in 
the classroom Come prepared to create, play, assist and learn about implementing cooperative learning into your curriculum and your 
classroom Final exam guaranteed to be the most fun you have ever had taking an exam 

TH 

117 

40 

World Religions 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see May 30 - 31 for details) 

JULY 11 

-12 


CO 

225 

40 

Mass Media & Society 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see June 6 - 7 for details) 

PS 

380 

42 

Civil War Politics 1.0 212 Rodden. Kirk 

A study of the political cultures of the Southern Confederacy and Northern Union including an examination of the politics of secession and 
the development of a Southern political culture . the politics of war strategy on both sides; and the politics of slavery on both sides, especially 
focusing on Lincoln's developing thoughts on slavery. 


Weekend Intensive Classes 


Required reading prior to beginning of class. 



When classes are in session, the secretary is available 

on the second floor of O’Rielly Hall. 

M-TH 5-8:45 p.m. 

F 5:30-10 p.m. 

S 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 

WEEKEND INTENSIVE 
COURSE POLICIES 

1. The closing date for registration in a Weekend 
Intensive course is one week prior to the 
beginning of the course. Exceptions to this policy 
are at the discretion of the academic department. 

There is no late charge for adding a weekend class. 

2. You may withdraw from a Weekend Intensive course 
that meets one weekend any time prior to the 
beginning of the course. 

3. You may withdraw from a Weekend Intensive course 
that meets on two or more weekends any time 
prior to the second weekend of the course. 

4. If you withdraw from a Weekend Intensive course before 
the beginning of the course, you will receive full 
tuition reimbursement. 

5. If you withdraw after the first weekend (for a weekend 
course of two or three credit hours) but before the 
second weekend of the course you will receive 

50 percent reimbursement for the course tuition. 

6. The credit/no credit grade is available to students 
for the Weekend Intensive courses. For a one-credit 
course, this grading option must be contracted 
prior to the beginning of the course. If more than 
one-credit course, this grading option must be 
contracted prior to the second meeting of the class. 

7. You are required to attend all sessions of a 
Weekend Intensive course. If you miss any part of 
the class, your final course grade may be reduced, 
possibly even to an “F” If you cannot attend all 
sessions, you should not enroll in a Weekend 
Intensive course or should withdraw' from the class. 


WEEKEND INTENSIVE 
COURSES 


• Required reading prior to beginning of class. 

• Ordinarily students are tested on materials 
during first class. 

• Reading assignments are available in 
the library. 

• Reading assignments are available no later 
than 10 days before first class day. 


CLASS SCHEDULE 


^ ADVISING ^ 
^ DATES ^ 

ACCOUNTING 

DAY/ 

COURSE/# NIGHT TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

MEETS 

CORE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 

PRE 

REQS 

LAB 

FEE 


AC 

201 10 

Q 

Principles Accounting 1 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


TTH 

11 00AM- 12: 15PM 

Givens, Bonnie 

Yes 



AC 

201 20 

IT 

Principles Accounting 1 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


T 

06:00PM -08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 



AC 

350 10 

TT 

Managerial Accounting 

300 

WHI 

508 


TTH 

0930AM-1045AM 

Givens, Bonnie 

Yes 



AC 

355 10 

~o~ 

Cost Accounting 

300 

WHI 

506 


TTH 

1 1 :00AM-1 2:1 5PM 

Frede. Doris 

Yes 



AC 

361 10 

0 

Intermed Accounting 1 

300 

WHI 

506 


TTH 

01 00PM-02 15PM 

Frede, Doris 

Yes 


Academic advising is required for all 

AC 

362 20 

IT 

Intermed Accounting II 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


M 

0600PM-0840PM 

Frede. Doris 

Yes 


degree-seeking undergraduate and 

AC 

451 C5 

IT 

Tax Accounting 1 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


W 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Frede, Doris 

Yes 


graduate students each semester before 

AC 

460 10 

-O' 

Adv Accounting 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


TTH 

01 OOPM-02 15PM 

Givens, Bonnie 

Yes 


registration. Being advised DOES NOT 
constitute being enrolled for classes. 
Students must register in person or by 
telephone with the Registrar’s Office. 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

AN 221 10 | O | Peoples of Americas 

3.00 

ORI 

204 

| TTH 

01 00PM-02 15PM 

Staff 


I | 

ADVISING DATES 

Current and New Students 

Advising by appointment only 

ART 

AR 111 10 

•o 

Beginning Drawing 

3.00 

DAL 

816 


TTH 

01 :00PM -04:00PM 

Staff 


$25 

March 31— May 30, 1997 

(No advising, May 12-16, 22, 23, and 26) 

AR 

117 10 

o 

Two-Dimensional Design 

3.00 

DAL 

811 


MW 

01 00PM-04.00PM 

Sugimoto, Lisa 


$20 

AR 

221 20 

d 

Beginning Photography 

3.00 

DAL 

812 


TH 

0600PM-10 00PM 

Hamilton, Frank 


$50 

AR 

245 10 

6 

Typography 

3.00 

DAL 

817 


MW 

04 00PM-07 00PM 

Lawlor, Susan 

Yes 

$25 

August 18, 20-22, 1997 

AR 

261 10 

o 

Beginning Painting 

3.00 

DAL 

816 


TTH 

1000AM-01 00PM 

Briley, Rebecca 

Yes 

$25 

New Students Only 

AR 

271 20 

d 

MAC Desktop Publishing 

3.00 

ORI 

104 


T 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Wilkinson, Jeremy 


$25 

AR 

355 10 

o 

Fiber Design 

3.00 

DAL 

811 


MW 

10 00AM-01 00PM 

Sugimoto, Lisa 


$40 

Additional advising by appointment only 

AR 

387 10 

6 

History 20th Century Art 

3.00 

DAL 

820 


TTH 

1 1 00 AM- 1 2:1 5PM 

Wright. Sharyl 



June 2-July 25, 1997 

AR 

495 50 


Internship 

1-6 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



New Admitted Students Only 

Special Advising days 

April 19, 1997 S 

June 7, 1997 S 

July 12, 1997 S 

July 30, 1997 W 

August 8, 1997 F 

August 15, 1997 F 


BIOLOGY 


Bl 

110 10 


Prin of Biology w Lab 
Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

ORI 

207 

109 

XII 

MWF 

TTH 

09:00AM-09:50AM 
12 30PM-01 :45PM 

Powell, Robert 


$50 

Bl 

111 10 

O 

Gen Biology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

207 

XII 

MWF 

0800AM-08 50AM 

Powell, Robert 


$50 

Bl 

111 11 

x> 

Gen Biology Lab 1 

0.00 

ORI 

109 


TTH 

0800AM-0915AM 

Powell, Robert 



Bl 

111 12 

o 

Gen Biology Lab 2 

0.00 

ORI 

109 


TTH 

0930AM-10 45AM 

Powell, Robert 



Bl 

220 10 

o. 

Human Anatomy w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

215 


MWF 

1 1 00AM-1 150AM 

Bell, Dianne 


$50 




Lab 


ORI 

215 


TH 

12 30PM-0320PM 




Bl 

221 Cl 

o 

Human Physiology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

215 

XII 

MWF 

08 00AM-08 50AM 

Bell. Dianne 

Yes 

$50 

Bl 

221 C2 

o 

Human Physiology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

215 

XII 

MWF 

09:00AM-09 50AM 

Bell, Dianne 

Yes 

$50 

Bl 

221 C3 

o 

Human Physiology Lab 1 

0.00 

ORI 

215 


T 

12 30PM-03.20PM 

Bell. Dianne 



Bl 

221 C4 

o 

Human Physiology Lab 2 

0.00 

ORI 

215 


W 

12:30PM-03:20PM 

Bell, Dianne 



Bl 

250 10 

o 

Gen Microbiology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

206 


MWF 

1 1 00AM-1 1 50AM 

Daggett, Steve 

Yes 

$50 

Bl 

250 11 

o 

Gen Microbiology Lab 1 

0.00 

ORI 

214 


T 

1 2 30PM-02 20PM 

Daggett, Steve 



Bl 

250 12 

c 

Gen Microbiology Lab 2 

0.00 

ORI 

214 


W 

12 30PM-02 20PM 

Daggett, Steve 



Bl 

320 10 

6 

Immunology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

212 


TTH 

09 30AM-1 0:45AM 

Daggett. Steve 

Yes 

$50 




Lab 


ORI 

214 


TH 

12:30PM-03:20PM 




Bl 

360 10 

o 

Ecology w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

207 


MWF 

1100AM-11 50AM 

Powell, Robert 

Yes 

$50 




Lab 


ORI 

109 


F 

12:30PM-05:00PM 

Parmerlee, John 



Bl 

390 C9 


Dir Study: Biology 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Daggett, Steve 

Yes 


Bl 

498 C9 


Research & Seminar 1 

1-2 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 


'Must choose a lab. 


MEETS CORE 

A course with this designation 
will he accepted to meet core 
requirements. Students should 
check with their advisors for the 
specific requirements and/or 
read the materials in the Avila 
Catalog for the year they began 
enrollment at Avila. Beginning 
Fall 93 core courses are 
identified as meeting core (X), 
for level one (XI), level two 
(XII), or level three (XIII). A 
complete listing of core courses 
is found in the Avila Catalog. 


► 


BUSINESS 


BU 

110 Cl 

:q. 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Kopp, Patrick 



BU 

110 C3 

O 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


TTH 

1 1 00AM-12 15PM 

Kopp, Patrick 



BU 

110 C5 

d 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


W 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 



BU 

305 10 

6 

Legal Aspects Business 1 

3.00 

WHI 

506 

XII 

TTH 

09 30AM-1 0 45AM 

Gibbs, Judy 



BU 

305 20 

X 

Legal Aspects Business 1 

3.00 

WHI 

508 

XII 

T 

06:00PM -08:40PM 

Gibbs, Judy 



BU 

310 10 

o 

Marketing 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


MW 

1030AM-1 1:45AM 

Buckler, Brian 

Yes 


BU 

313 10 


Promotion Strategy 

3.00 

WHI 

506 


MW 

1 030AM-1 1 45AM 

Acker, Wendy 

Yes 


BU 

321 10 

& 

Management 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


MW 

12 30PM-01 :45PM 

Lutz, A.J. 

Yes 


BU 

322 Cl 

o 

Organiz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3 00 

WHI 

508 


MW 

10:30AM- 11 45AM 

Lutz, A.J. 

Yes 


BU 

326 20 

d 

Operations Management 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


W 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

330 Cl 

:<5- 

Finance 

3.00 

WHI 

506 


MW 

12 30PM-01 45PM 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


BU 

340 Cl 

0 

Business Communications 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


MW 

0900AM-10 15AM 

Hetler, Donna Lou 

Yes 


BU 

346 20 

X 

Employment Law 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


M 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Gibbs, Judy 



BU 

411 20 

d 

International Marketing 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


TH 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

415 C5 

d 

Marketing Policy 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


T 

06:OOPM-O8 40PM 

Lutz, A.J 

Yes 


BU 

417 10 

c 

Marketing Research 

3.00 

WHI 

505 


MW 

12:30PM -01 45PM 

Buckler, Brian 

Yes 



COURSE/'# 


DAY/ 

NIGHT 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

MEETS 

CORE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 

PRE 

REDS 

LAB 

FEE 

^ REGISTRATION ^ 



hL 











'I. 

BU 

435 C5 

Financial Policy 

300 

ORI 

211 


™ ... 

06 00PM-08:40PM 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


BU 

490 50 


Dir Study Business 

1-6 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



BU 

495 50 


Business Internship 

1-6 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



BU 

499 Cl 

w 

Business Policy 

3 00 

WHI 

505 


MW 

1030AM-1 1:45AM 

Horton, Roy 

Yes 


REGISTRATION DATES 

GRADUATE COURSES FOR MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) 


AC 

650 25 

Li_ 

Managerial Accounting 

3 00 

WHI 

507 


M 

06:00PM-Q8:40PM 

Givens, Bonnie 

Yes 


Current Students Only 

AC 

690 50 


Dir Study: Accounting 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


ln-person Registration 

AC 

698 50 


Accounting Research 

3 00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


Registration will take place according to the 

BU 

611 20 

T 

International Marketing 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


TH 

0600PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 


classification of each student (see page 21). 

BU 

613 25 

a 

Promotion Management 

3.00 

BOR 

424 


T 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Buckler, Brian 

Yes 


10 a.m.-5 p.m. 

BU 

615 25 

a 

Marketing Strategy 

3.00 

BOR 

424 


W 

0600PM-0840PM 

Buckler, Brian 

Yes 


BU 

621 25 

d 

Management Processes 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


TH 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


April 14, 1997 M 

BU 

622 25 

d 

Organiz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


W 

0600PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 


Seniors and Certification Students 

BU 

630 25 

a 

Financial Management 1 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


T 

0600PM-0840PM 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


April 15, 1997 T 

Seniors, Juniors and Certification Students 
April 16, 1997 W 

Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and 
Certification Students 

BU 

635 25 

d 

Financial Management II 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


M 

06 00PM-08.40PM 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


BU 

638 25 

d 

Fin Markets & Instruments 

300 

BOR 

401 


M 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

661 25 

d 

Mgmt Information Systems 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


TH 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Petersen, Nancy 

Yes 


BU 

671 25 

d 

Health Care Systems 

3.00 

BOR 

424 


M 

0600PM-0840PM 

Brough, Christine 

Yes 


BU 

690 50 


Dir Study: Business 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

698 50 


Business Research 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


April 17, 1997 1 H 

BU 

699 25 

d 

Organiz Policy & Strategy 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


TH 

0600PM-0840PM 

Horton, Roy 

Yes 


Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen 

EC 

501 25 

d 

Economic Concepts 

300 

WHI 

508 


TH 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Staff 



and Certification Students 

EC 

540 25 

d 

Statistics 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


T 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 


April 18, 1997 F 

EC 

612 25 

d 

Managerial Economics 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


W 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Shoenhair, John 

Yes 


Al! Students, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

EC 

690 50 


Dir Study: Economics 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



EC 

698 50 


Economic Research 

300 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


Current and New Students 

CHEMISTRY 








^ Telephone Registration 

(816) 942-8400, ext. 2209 or 2210 

CH 

115 20 

d 

Molecules That Matter w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

212 

XII 

MW 

06:00PM-07:15PM 

Staff 


$50 

April 21-August 8, 1997 




Lab 


ORI 

216 


W 

07.30PM-09:20PM 




10 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F 

CH 

131 10 

o 

Gen Chemistry 1 w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

212 

XII 

MWF 

0900AM-0950AM 

Sullivan, Larry 

Yes 

$50 

For information about telephone 




Lab 


ORI 

213 


T 

12:30PM-03:20PM 




registration option, see page 21 . 

CH 

131 11 

O 

Gen Chemistry Iw Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

211 

XII 

MWF 

11 00AM-1 1:50AM 

Cleveland, Linda 

Yes 

$50 





Lab 


ORI 

216 


W 

01:30PM-04:20PM 




In-person Registration 

CH 

135 20 

d 

Organic & Biochem w Lab 

400 

ORI 

211 


MW 

06:00PM-07:15PM 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 

April 21-August 15, 1997 




Lab 


ORI 

213 


W 

0715PM-0905PM 




10 a.m. -5 p.m. M-F 

CH 

216 10 

o 

Organic Chem 1 w Lab 

5.00 

ORI 

211 


MWF 

10 00AM-1 0:50AM 

Cleveland, Linda 

Yes 

$50 

August 18—21, 1997 




Lab 


ORI 

211/213 


TH 

12:30PM-05:00PM 




10a.m. -6:15 p.m. M -TH 

CH 

221 10 

o 

Quantitative Analysis w Lab 

5.00 

ORI 

212 


MWF 

1100AM-1 1:50AM 

Seelbinder. Mark 

Yes 

$50 

August 22, 1997 




Lab 


ORI 

216 


T 

12 30PM-05 20PM 




7 a.m.-5 p.m. F 




Discussion 


ORI 

212 


W 

12 30PM-01 :20PM 




CH 

341 Cl 

Q 

Biochemistry 1 

3.00 

ORI 

211 


TTH 

1 1 00AM-1215PM 

Cleveland, Linda 

Yes 


August 25-28, 199? 

CH 

451 10 

o 

Physical Chemistry 1 

3.00 

ORI 

203 


MWF 

09 00AM-09:50AM 

Seelbinder, Mark 

Yes 


Day/Evening Late Registration 

CH 

453 10 

6 

Physical Chem 1 Lab 

1.00 

ORI 

108/216 


TH 

01:00PM-03:50PM 

Seelbinder, Mark 

Yes 

$50 

Late registration fee applies 

CH 

497 50 


Chemistry Seminar 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Sullivan, Larry 

Yes 


10 a.m. -6: 15 p.m. M-TH 

CH 

498 C9 


Research & Seminar 1 

1-2 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 

August 29, 1997 












Day/Evenmg Late Registration 

COMMUNICATION 








Late registration fee applies 












10 a.m.-5 p.m. F 

CO 

110 10 

O 

Fundamentals Communication 

3 00 

DAL 

820 

XI 

MW 

10:30AM-11 45AM 

lliff, Steve 




CO 

110 11 

6 

Fundamentals Communication 

3.00 

DAL 

800 

XI 

MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Staff 



Current and New Students 

CO 

iio" 12 

O 

Fundamentals Communication 

3.00 

DAL 

800 

XI 

TTH 

0930AM-1 0:45AM 

Staff 



Special Days-Special Hours 

CO 

110 13 

o 

Fundamentals Communication 

3.00 

DAL 

820 

XI 

TTH 

01 00PM-02.15PM 

Staff 



In-person and Telephorie Registration 

CO 

110 40 

d 

Fundamentals Communication 
10/31-11/1,11/14-15,12/5-6 

300 

ORI 

ORI 

205 

XI 

F 

06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 



Tuesdays 1 0 a.m.-6: 1 5 p.m. 



o 


205 


S 

08 30AM-05:00PM 




April 22, 29, 1997 
May 6, 13, 1997 

CO 

181 40 

d 

0 

Survey of Filml 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Hamilton, Dotty 


$20 



9/12-13, 10/10-11, 11/14-15 


DAL 

800 


S 

0830AM-0500PM 




CO 

211 C5 

d 

Interpersonal Communication 

3.00 

DAL 

820 

XII 

TH 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Green, Karen 



Fridays 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

April 18, 25, 1997 
May 2, 9, 16, 30, 1997 

CO 

223 10 

O 

Intro Media Production 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


T 

01 :00PM-03:40PM 

Meade, Ben 


$40 

CO 

225 Cl 

o 

Mass Media & Society 

3.00 

DAL 

800 

XII 

TTH 

1 1 OOAM-1 2: 1 5 PM 

Staff 



CO 

235 40 

d 

Advertising 

3.00 

ORI 

212 


F 

06:00PM-10:00PM 

Staff 

Yes 


August 8, 15, 22, 1997 
(telephone registration ends August 8) 



o 

10/3-4, 11/7-8, 12/5-6 


ORI 

212 


S 

08:3OAM-O5:OOPM 




CO 

317 10 

O 

Promotional Writing 

3.00 

DAL 

820 


MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Staff 

Yes 


CO 

319 10 

O 

Feature Writing 

3.00 

DAL 

820 


TTH 

09:30AM-10:45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


New Admitted Students Only 

Special Days-Special Hours 

CO 

327 20 

d 

Video Production 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


W 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Pinkerton, Robert 

Yes 

$40 

CO 

380 40 

d 

Conflict Resolution 

1.00 

ORI 

212 


F 

0600PM-1 0 00PM 

Staff 





0 

9/19-20 


ORI 

212 


S 

08:30AM-05:OOPM 




Saturdays 1 0 a.m.— 3 p.m. 

CO 

380 41 

d 

Nonverbal Communication 

1.00 

DAL 

820 


F 

06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 



April 19, 1997 



o 

10/24-25 


DAL 

820 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




June 7, 1997 

CO 

380 42 

d 

Red Silents 

1.00 

DAL 

800 


F 

O6:OOPM-1O:O0PM 

Meade, Ben 


$10 

July 12, 1997 



Q 

11/21-22 


DAL 

800 


S 

08:30AM-05.00PM 




CO/WS 383 10 

0 

Women & Media 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


F 

10:00AM-12:40PM 

Hamilton, Dotty 


$15 


CO 

385 50 


Journalism Practicum 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

lliff, Steve 

Yes 


GRADUATE STUDENTS 

CO 

385 51 


Video Practicum 

1.00 




ARRANGED 








Meade, Ben 

Yes 


may register any of the dates/times of 

CO 

391 Cl 

0 

Communication Theory 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


MW 

1230PM-01 45PM 

lliff, Steve 

Yes 


CO 

485 50 


Video Practicum 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Meade, Ben 

Yes 


registration. Contact graduate advisor 

CO 

485 51 


Journalism Practicum 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

lliff, Steve 

Yes 


or department for further details. 

CO 

495 50 


Internship 

300 



ARRANGED 

Hamilton, Dotty 

Yes 




◄ 





A vila is as rewarding outside 
the classroom as inside. Avila’s Student 
Affairs Division enhances the academic 
experience through a variety of offices, 
programs, and services. For further 
information, call (81 6) 9 42-8400 at 
the extension listed for each program. 

STUDENT LIFE OFFICE 

at Avila supports over 20 organizations 
which sponsor activities such as social 
events, entertainment, speakers, trips, 
recreation, films, academic-related 
clubs, college newspaper, and student 
government. For assistance, call 
ext. 2260. 

AVILA’S RESIDENCE LIFE 
PROGRAM enables students to join 
a special “community of learners.” 
Residential facilities consist of two 
modem air-conditioned residence 
halls. Each hall has twin bedrooms 
for 126 students, lounge facilities, study 
areas, cable T.V., kitchenettes, personal 
computers, and a baby grand piano. 

For assistance, call ext. 2260. 

SERVICE LEARNING AND 
VOLUNTEERISM OFFICE, located 
in lower Blasco Hall, carries out the 
mission and values of Avila College by 
firmly supporting the concept of service 
to others. All students, faculty, and staff 
are encouraged to volunteer their time, 
talent, and energy with local community 
agencies who need them. Individuals 
and campus organizations may become 
involved in either Service Learning or 
Volunteerism opportunities. The 
Coordinator of Service Learning and 
Volunteerism is here to serve as a 
liaison between the college community 
and the community agencies, matching 
personal values, interests, needs, skills, 
and availability with the appropriate 
opportunity. For assistance, 
call ext. 2370. 

THE AVILA ATHLETIC 
PROGRAM offers intercollegiate 
competition in women’s volleyball, 
soccer, basketball, and softball and 
men’s soccer, basketball, and baseball. 
Additionally, a Spirit Squad is 
sponsored. The Eagles belong to the 
Midlands Collegiate Athletic 
Conference and are assigned to the 
Great Plains Region of the National 
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 
(NA1A). Avila College students, 
faculty, and staff receive complimentary 
admission to all home athletic contests. 
For assistance, call ext. 2234- 



OAY/ 





MEETS 




COURSE/# 

NIGHT 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

CORE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


cs 

108 40 

d 

Intro MAC Computer 

1.00 

0RI 

102/104 


F 

06 00PM-10.00PM 

Staff 





0 

9/5-6 


ORI 

102/104 


S 

08 30AM-0500PM 




cs 

108 41 

(i 

Intro MAC Computer 

1.00 

0RI 

102/104 


F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 





Q 

11/14-15 


ORI 

102/104 


S 

0830AM-0500PM 




cs 

110 Cl 

O 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

300 

ORI 

102/106 


MW 

02 00PM-03 15PM 

Kopp, Patrick 



cs 

no C2 

0 

Understanding Comp: MAC 

3 00 

ORI 

102/104 


TTH 

09 30AM-1 0.45AM 

Kopp, Patrick 



cs 

110 C3 

O 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


TTH 

11 OOAM-1215PM 

Kopp, Patrick 



cs 

110 C5 

(1 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


W 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 



cs 

150 20 

(1 

Pascal Programming 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


T 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


cs 

180 30 

o 

Microsoft Office IBM 
9/6, 13,20, 27, 10/4, 11 

3.00 

ORI 

103/106 


S 

08:30AM-03:OOPM 

Staff 



cs 

180 40 

(i 

Intro PC 

1.00 

ORI 

102/106 


F 

06:OOPM-10:OOPM 

Staff 





o 

10/24-25 


ORI 

102/106 


S 

08 3OAM-O5:0OPM 




cs 

271 20 

(1 

MAC Desktop Publishing 

3.00 

ORI 

104 


T 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Wilkinson, Jeremy 


$25 

cs 

340 20 

d 

Database Management 

300 

ORI 

102/106 


M 

0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


cs 

360 20 

(1 

Adv Visual C++ 

3.00 

ORI 

103/106 


T 

06:00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 



ECONOMICS 


EC 

201 Cl 

O. 

Principles Economics 1 

3.00 

WHI 

508 

XII 

MW 

09 00AM- 10: HAM 

Shoenhair, John 

Yes 


EC 

202 C5 

(i 

Principles Economics II 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


W 

06 00PM-08 40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

240 10 

O 

Statistical Analysis 

3.00 

ORI 

212 


TTH 

1100AM-1215PM 

Shoenhair, John 

Yes 


EC 

241 20 

(1 

Quantitative Analysis 

3.00 

BOR 

423 


M 

06 00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

311 20 

(1 

Interned Microeconomics 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


TH 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

361 10 

o 

Money & Banking 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


MW 

12 30PM-01 45PM 

Shoenhair, John 

Yes 


EC 

490 50 


Dir Study: Economics 

1-6 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



EDUCATION 


ED 

101 10 

O 

Strategies Acad Success 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


TTH 

01 00PM-0215PM 

Galbreath, Lisa 



ED 

101 20 

(1 

Strategies Acad Success 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


W 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Galbreath, Lisa 



ED 

185 10 

c 

Practicum 

Must have a full day available 

3.00 

BOR 

423 


M 

04 45PM-05 45PM 

West, Ann 



ED 

205 10 

o 

Creative Activities 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


TTH 

01 00PM-0215PM 

Chrisman, George 



ED 

212 20 

(1 

PE/Health Ed 

3.00 

BOR 

423 


W 

06 00PM-0840PM 

Sitler, Stephen 



ED 

225 30 

o 

Educational Psychology 
9/6,20,10/4, 25,11/8, 22 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


S 

08:30AM-03:00PM 

Staff 



ED 

230 Cl 

o 

Children's Literature 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


TTH 

1 1 OOAM-1215PM 

Sloan, Laura 



ED 

235 10 

: Q: 

Psych Exceptional Child 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


F 

1000AM-12 40PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 

235 30 

O 

Psych Exceptional Child 
9/13,27,10/11,11/1,15,12/6 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


S 

08 3OAM-03:OOPM 

Staff 



ED 

245 10 

O 

Tests & Measurements 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


MW 

0330PM-04 45PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED' 

287 Cl 

O 

Educational Foundations 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


MW 

09:00AM-10:15AM 

Levin. Reulan 

Yes 


ED 

287 C5 

<£ 

Educational Foundations 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


M 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Levin, Reulan 

Yes 


ED 

310 10 

o 

General Methods: Elem 

4.00 

HOD 

704 


MW 

10 30AM-1 1 45AM 

McCalley, Sue Ellen 

Yes 


ED 

315 10 

o 

General Methods: Sec 

4.00 

DAL 

800 


MW 

10:30AM- 11 45AM 

Garber, Karen 

Yes 


ED 

320 40 

d 

Microcomputers in Ed 

3.00 

ORI 

102/104 


F 

0600PM-1 0 00PM 

Bollinger, Sydney 





,0 

9/12-13, 10/3-4, 11/7-8 


ORI 

102/104 


S 

08 30AM-0500PM 




ED 

327 Cl 

o 

Reading/Language Arts 

5.00 

ORI 

204 


MW 

0200PM-03 15PM 

McCalley, Sue Ellen 








ORI 

204 


TH 

02 30PM-04 30PM 




ED 

340 20 

d 

Elem Science Methods 

2.00 

ORI 

205 


T 

06 00PM-07 40PM 

Zammar, Susan 

Yes 


ED 

367 40 

d 

Transition/Career Education 

200 

ORI 

211 


F 

06:00PM-10:00PM 

Staff 





o 

9/19-20, 10/24-25 


ORI 

211 


S 

08 30AM-0500PM 




ED 

370 10 

o 

Assessment/Remediation Rdg 
Must be taken with ED 385 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Garber, Karen 

Yes 


ED 

375 20 

d 

Reading in Content Area 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


TH 

06.00PM-08 40PM 

Garber, Karen 

Yes 


ED 

385 10 

o- 

Reading Practicum 
Must be taken with ED 370 

2.00 

ORI 

206 


T 

O3:OOPM-05:OOPM 

Garber, Karen 

Yes 


ED 

417 10 

o 

Behavior Management: Elem 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


MW 

12 30PM-01 :45PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 

419 10 

o 

Behavior Management: Sec 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


MW 

12 30PM-01 45PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 

455 50 


Special Methods: Art 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Chrisman, George 



ED 

455 51 


Special Methods: Biology 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 



ED 

455 52 


Special Methods: Business 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Funk, Layne 



ED 

455 53 


Special Methods: English 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Roberts, Judith 



ED 

455 54 


Special Methods: Soc Stds 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Levin, Reulan 



ED 

495 1C 

# 

Student Teaching: Elem 

800 

BOR 

423 


TH 

04 30PM-0600PM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$100 




10 weeks 






ARRANGED 




ED 

495 2C 

o 

Student Teaching: Sec 

8.00 

BOR 

423 


TH 

04:30PM-06:OOPM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$100 




10 weeks 






ARRANGED 




ED 

495 3C 

:p ; 

Student Teaching: Elem 

8.00 

BOR 

423 


TH 

O4:30PM-06:00PM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$82 




8 weeks, 2 placements 






ARRANGED 




ED 

495 4C 

o 

Student Teaching: Sec 

8.00 

BOR 

423 


TH 

0430PM-0600PM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$82 




8 weeks, 2 placements 






ARRANGED 




ED 

495 5C 


Student Teaching: BD 

8 00 

BOR 

423 


TH 

04:30PM-06:00PM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$82 




8 weeks, 2 placements 






ARRANGED 




ED 

495 6C 

P 

Student Teaching: LD 

8.00 

BOR 

423 


TH 

04:30PM-06.00PM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$82 




8 weeks, 2 placements 






ARRANGED 




ED 

495 7C 

o 

Student Teaching: MH 

800 

BOR 

423 


TH 

0430PM-06 00PM 

Sloan, Laura 

Yes 

$82 




8 weeks, 2 placements 






ARRANGED 





COURSE/# 

GRADU 

ED 517 10 

DAY/ 

NIGHT 

ATI 

o 

TITLE 

E COURSES IN EDUC 

Behavior Management: Elem 

CREDITS 

ATI 

3 00 

BLDG ROOM 

ON 

HOD 704 

MEETS 

CORE 

DAYS TIME 

MW 1230PM-01 :45PM 

INSTRUCTOR 

Geer, Fred 

PRE 

REQS 

LAB 

FEE 

WELLNESS, RECREATION, AND 
INTRAMURAL OPPORTUNITIES 

are available to all students, faculty' 
and staff of Avila College. All 
programming is designed to promote 
wellness and physical fitness. Programs 
offered include wellness forums, classes 
and activities, informal recreation, and 
intramural competition. For assistance, 
call ext. 2234 or 2268. 

THE STUDENT LIFE 
HANDBOOK is the source for all 
service and activity' opportunities and 
policy statements. The Student Code 
of Conduct which governs all student 
behavior should be read by each 
applicant to the college. Handbooks are 
available from the Student Affairs and 
Student Life Offices in Marian Center. 
For assistance, call ext. 2260. 

HEALTH AND CHILD SERVICES 
are located in lower Carondelet Hall, 
accessible through the tunnel from 
Marian Center. The nurse-directed 
health center is staffed by a registered 
nurse and offers free health services to 
students, including minor illness/injury 
assessment and treatment, referrals to 
health care agencies or providers, 
student health insurance information 
and health counseling either on an 
individual basis or through group 
programs. Information about the Child 
Care Center and Montessori School is 
also available from this office. For 
assistance, call ext. 2268. 

disABLED STUDENT SERVICES of 
Avila College welcomes students with 
physical or mental challenges who can 
be successful learners and contributors 
to the college community. To apply for 
accommodation in your learning 
environment (curricular or co- 
curricular), please complete a Request 
for Accommodation Form, available 
from the New Student Development 
Office in Marian Center. The Vice 
President and Dean for Student Affairs 
welcomes questions, issues or concerns. 
For assistance, call ext. 2354. 

CAMPUS MINISTRY PROGRAM 
views the development and exploration 
of spiritual values as an important part 
of the total experience at Avila and 
sponsors activities such as liturgical 
celebrations, interfaith services, social 
justice awareness, volunteer services, 
scripture and prayer groups, retreat 
experiences, and individual counseling 
and spiritual direction. All members of 
Avila community are invited to 

ED 519 10 

O 

Behavior Management: Sec 

300 

HOD 704 


MW 1230PM-01 :45PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 520 40 

X 

:0 

Microcomputers in Ed 
9/12-13, 10/3-4, 11/7-8 

3 00 

ORI 102/104 
ORI 102/104 


F 06:00PM- 10:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Bollinger, Sydney 



ED 605 10 

0 

History & Philosophy of Ed 

300 

ORI 207 


T 0400PM-0630PM 

Haas, Jim 



ED 612 20 

t 

Measurement & Assessment 

3 00 

HOD 704 


T 07:00PM-09:30PM 

Geer, Fred 



ED 615 10 

0 

Learning & Motivation 

300 

ORI 211 


T 0400PM-06 30PM 

McCalley, Sue Ellen 



ED 630 20 

X 

Adv Curriculum Development 

3 00 

ORI 207 


T 07:00PM -09:30PM 

Levin, Reulan 



ED 635 10 

o 

Indiv Intelligence Assess 

3.00 

HOD 704 


T 04:00PM-06:30PM 

Geer, Fred 


$50 

ED 675 20 

X 

Reading in Content Area 

300 

ORI 206 


TH 0600PM-0840PM 

Garber, Karen 



ED 680 40 

(1 

o 

Research Tools & Strategies 
9/5-6 

1.00 

ORI 206 

ORI 206 


F 0600PM-1 0 00PM 

S 0830AM-0500PM 

Finnegan, Kathleen 



ENGLISl 

EL 71 10 

T A 

g 

lS SECOND LANGUA 

Speaking & Listening 

GE 

300 

ORI 101 

ORI 101 


MWF 11 00AM-1 1:50AM 

TTH 1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5 PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 71 11 

g 

Speaking & Listening 

300 

ORI 103 

ORI 103 


MWF 11 00AM-1 1:50AM 

TTH 1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5 PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 71 12 

o 

Speaking & Listening 

3.00 

ORI 203 

ORI 203 


MWF 11 00AM-1 1:50AM 

TTH 1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 71 50 


Speaking & Reading 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 72 10 

0 

Reading & Vocabulary 

3.00 

ORI 101 

ORI 101 


MWF 1230PM-01 :45PM 

TTH 01:00PM-02:15PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 72 1 1 

g 

Reading & Vocabulary 

300 

ORI 103 

ORI 103 


MWF 1230PM-01 :45PM 

TTH 01:00PM-02:15PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 72 12 

o 

Reading & Vocabulary 

3.00 

ORI 203 

ORI 203 


MWF 12 30PM-01 :45PM 

TTH 01 00PM-02: 1 5PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 73 10 

g 

Grammar 

3.00 

ORI 101 

ORI 101 


MWF 09 OOAM-095OAM 

T 0930AM-1 0:45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 73 11 


Grammar 

3.00 

ORI 103 

ORI 103 


MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM 

T 09 30AM-1 0:45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 73 50 


Grammar & Writing 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 74 10 

O 

Writing 

3 00 

ORI 101 

ORI 101 


MWF 1000AM-10:50AM 

TH 09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 74 1 1 

O 

Writing 

3.00 

ORI 103 

ORI 103 


MWF 10 00AM-1 0:50AM 

TH 09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EL 74 12 

g 

Writing 

3.00 

ORI 203 

ORI 203 


MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM 

TH 09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


ENGLISl 

EN 95 10 

-I 

o 

Fundamentals of Writing 

3.00 

BOR 403 


MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM 

Staff 



EN 111 10 

0 

Composition 1: Windows 

3.00 

ORI 102/104 

XI 

TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM 

Staff 



EN 111 11 

a 

Composition 1: Windows 

3.00 

ORI 205/104 

XI 

TTH 1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5PM 

Staff 



EN 111 20 

d 

Composition 1 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XI 

M 06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 



EN 112 10 

o 

Composition II 

3.00 

BOR 401 

XI 

MW 09:00AM-10:15AM 

Staff 

Yes 


EN 112 11 

o 

Composition II 

3.00 

BOR 401 

XI 

TTH 1 1 00AM-1 2:1 5PM 

Staff 

Yes 


EN 213 10 

o 

Adv Composition 

3.00 

BOR 420 


MW 1230PM-01 :45PM 

Scott, Mary 

Yes 


EN 261 Cl 

o 

The Short Story 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XII 

MW 09:00AM-10:15AM 

Scott. Mary 



EN 261 C5 

d 

The Short Story 

300 

BOR 403 

XII 

TH 0600PM-0840PM 

Staff 



EN/WS 275 Cl 

o 

Women & Literature 

300 

BOR 401 

XII 

TTH 09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Cervetti, Nancy 



EN/WS 275 C2 

o 

Women & Literature 

300 

BOR 401 

XII 

TTH 02:30PM-03 45PM 

Cervetti, Nancy 



EN 341 C5 

d 

Intro Literary Criticism 

3.00 

BOR 403 


W 06:00PM-08:40PM 

Cervetti, Nancy 



EN 351 10 

o 

Modern Grammar & Linguistics 

300 

BOR 402 


MW 02:00PM-03:15PM 

Scott, Mary 

Yes 


EN 425 10 

0 

Native American Lit 

3.00 

BOR 401 


TTH 01 00PM-02 1 5PM 

Staff 



EN 490 50 


Directed Study 

300 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


EN 499 Cl 

o 

Senior Seminar 

3.00 

BOR 402 


MW 03:30PM-04:45PM 

Scott, Mary 

Yes 


‘Student's ACT E 

FRESHM 

FS 101 10 

iglish 

A^ 

g 

score or Avila English placement test score it 

I SEMINAR 

Freshman Seminar 
12 weeks 

used tc 
1.00 

determine level of 
TBA 

placem 

ent (see page 20). 

MW 12 30PM-01 :20PM 

Staff 



GERMAN 

GE 111 10 | 0 

German 1 

3.00 

WHI 505 

X 

MW 09:00AM- 10: 15AM 

Zobrist, Beth 

1 I 

GEOGRAPHY 

| GG 101 10 | O | World Geography 

3.00 

ORI 202 


TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM 1 Pinkerton. Robert 



participate in campus ministry programs 
regardless of religious preference. For 
assistance, call ext. 2423. 

GERON" 

GS 302 10 

roi 

0 

XJGICAL STUDY 

Aging, Individual & Society 

3.00 

ORI 212 


MW 0200PM-0315PM 

Staff 



GS 302 40 

d 

o 

Health Care & Aging 
9/26-27 

1.00 

ORI 202 

ORI 202 


F 06:00PM-10:00PM 

S 08 30AM-05:00PM 

Staff 






◄ 



STUDENT RESOURCE 
CENTER (SRC) 

Monday through Friday 
8 a.m.-5 p.m. arid by appointment 
Lower Blasco Hall 
For further information, call 
(81 6) 9 42-8400, ext. 22 66 
/ ntemet . S RC@mail. Avila . edu 

COLLEGE SKILLS 
COORDINATOR, WRITING 
SPECIALIST AND PEER TUTORS 

assist students with writing skills, 
basic math, test taking, note taking and 
other skills that promote academic 
success. 


CAREER SERVICES PERSONNEL 

provide the following services: off- 
campus job postings, job vacancy 
notices, interest inventories and career- 
related personality assessments, 
selection of college major and career, 
annual Employer Fair and Interview 
Days, computer-based career 
exploration program, newsletters, as 
well as assistance with resumes, cover 
letters, job search strategies and 
contacts and interview skills. 

LICENSED PERSONAL 
COUNSELOR provides assessments, 
personal counseling and referrals for 
current Avila students free of charge. 
Appointments may be scheduled hy 
calling ext. 2266. 


CHILD CARE CENTER 

Monday through Friday 
7:30 a. m. -5:30 p.m. 

Hodes Education Center 
Room 7 1 9 

Children ages two and a half through 
six (must be toilet trained). Cost 
$2 per hour per child, $1.50 each 
additional child per family. Days of 
service closely coincide with the 
academic calendar for both fall and 
spring semesters. For further 
information, call (816) 942-8400, 
ext. 2268 or 2276. 

MONTESSORI SCHOOL 

Hodes Education Center 
Rooms 715-71 6 

Schooling for children ages three 
through six, including kindergarten. 
Various options in both full and half- 
day sessions, between the hours of 9 
a.m.-3 p.m. Certified Montessori 
teachers. Days of service closely 
coincide with the academic calendar 
for both fall and spring semesters. 
Before and after school care available 
through Avila Child Care Center. For 
further information, call (816) 942- 
8400, ext. 2268 or 2276. 



DAY/ 





MEETS 




PHI 

LAB 

COURSE/# 

NIGHT 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

CORE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 

REQS 

FEE 


GS 302 41 

d 

0 

Drugs & Drug Use Among Elderly 
10/31-11/1 

1.00 

0RI 202 

0RI 202 


F 06:00PM- 10:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Staff 



GS 302 42 

(1 

0 

Aging, Health & Illness 
11/21-22 

1,00 

0RI 202 

0RI 202 


F 06:00PM-10:00PM 

S 08 30AM-05:00PM 

Staff 




HISTORY 


HI 

111 Cl 

# 

World Civ 1 

3 00 

0RI 

202 

XII 

TTH 

0930AM-1 0:45AM 

Myers, Jeffrey 



HI 

111 C5 

(1 

World Civ 1 

3.00 

0RI 

202 

XII 

W 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Myers, Jeffrey 



HI 

121 Cl 

O 

American Experience 1 

3.00 

0RI 

202 

XII 

MW 

02 00PM-0315PM 

Schirmer, Sherry 



HI 

121 C2 

O 

American Experience 1 

3.00 

0RI 

202 

XII 

TTH 

02 30PM-03 45PM 

Schirmer, Sherry 



HI 

280 40 

(1 

Social Hist of Titantic 

1.00 

0RI 

204 


F 

06:00PM- 1 0 OOPM 

Myers, Jeffrey 





Q 

9/19-20 


0RI 

204 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




HI 

280 41 

(1 

Zeppelins & Pop Culture 

1.00 

0RI 

204 


F 

06:00PM-10 00PM 

Myers, Jeffrey 





O 

10/10-11 


0RI 

204 


S 

08 30AM-0500PM 




HI 

280 42 

d 

Machines of War, 1914-18 

1.00 

0RI 

204 


F 

06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

Myers, Jeffrey 





& 

11/21-22 


0RI 

204 


S 

08:30AM-O5:00PM 




HI/WS 

311 10 

o 

20th Century Am Women 

3.00 

0RI 

202 


MW 

10 30AM-1 1 45AM 

Schirmer, Sherry 



HI 

322 Cl 

Q 

Life in New Republic, 1815-50 

3.00 

0RI 

202 


TTH 

11 00AM-12 15PM 

Schirmer, Sherry 



HI 

354 10 

O 

Europe, 1800-1914 

3.00 

ORI 

202 


TTH 

01 00PM-02 15PM 

Myers, Jeffrey 



HI 

499 Cl 

o 

Senior Thesis 

300 

ORI 

202 


TH 

04:00PM-O5:15PM 

Myers, Jeffrey 

Yes 



INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 


IS/WS 310 10 

O 

Images & Realities of Women 

3.00 

BOR 402 

XIII 

TTH 01 :00PM-02:1 5PM 

Cervetti, Nancy 
Bogart, Cathy 



IS/TH 311 C5 

(i 

Peace Studies 

3.00 

BOR 424 

XIII 

XII 

TH 0600PM-0840PM 

II iff, Steve 
Jennings, Barbara 



IS/TH 317 10 

Q 

Latin Am Christianity 

300 

BOR 402 

XIII 

XII 

TTH 09:30AM- 10 45AM 

McGlone, Mary 
Staff 



IS 318 10 

O 

The Mask 

3.00 

BOR 401 

XIII 

MW 02 00PM-0315PM 

Lawlor, Susan 
Gould, Charlene 

$35 



LEGAL STUDIES (Paralegal Program) 


LG 100 C5 

d 

Intro Legal Assistant 

3.00 

BOR 420 


M 0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 



LG 345 20 

(1 

Intro Litigation 

3.00 

BOR 420 


TH 0600PM-08 40PM 

Staff 



LG 346 20 

(1 

Employment Law 

3.00 

BOR 402 


M 0600PM-08 40PM 

Gibbs, Judy 



LG 350 20 

(1 

Wills, Trusts, & Estates 

3.00 

BOR 420 


T 06 OOPM-08:40PM 

Staff 



LG 380 50 


Legal Ass't Special Topics 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 




MATHEMATICS 


MA' 

95 10 


Basic Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

211 


MWF 

08:00AM-08:50AM 

Staff 



MA 

95 11 

O 

Basic Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

211 


MWF 

09:00AM-09:50AM 

Staff 



MA 

95 20 

d 

Basic Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


MW 

0600PM-07:15PM 

Staff 



MA 

115 10 

O 

Finite Mathematics 

400 

WHI 

507 

XI 

MTWTH 

11 :00AM- 1 1:50AM 

Staff 

Yes 


MA 

120 10 

o 

College Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

205 

XI 

MWF 

09:00AM-09:50AM 

Staff 

Yes 


MA 

120 11 

o 

College Algebra 

3.00 

ORI 

205 

XI 

MWF 

11 00AM- 11 50AM 

Staff 

Yes 


MA 

155 10 

o 

Elem Prob & Stats 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


TTH 

08 00AM-09 15AM 

Staff 

Yes 


MA 

210 10 

0 

Calculus 1 

500 

WHI 

507 


MWF 

O9:00AM-O9 50AM 

Staff 

Yes 







WHI 

507 


TTH 

09:30AM-1 0:20AM 




MA 

235 10 

o 

Calculus III 

4.00 

ORI 

205 


MTWTH 

08:00AM-08:50AM 

Staff 

Yes 


MA 

305 10 

o 

Geometry: Elem/Mid Sch 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


TTH 

09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Tassone, Ann 

Yes 


MA 

306 10 

o 

Methods: Elem/Mid Sch 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


MWF 

09:00AM-09:50AM 

Tassone, Ann 

Yes 


MA 

340 10 

o 

Modern Geometry 

3-4 

ORI 

205 


TTH 

09:30AM- 10 45AM 

Staff 

Yes 


MA 

360 10 

o 

Math Prob & Stats 1 

300 

WHI 

507 


MWF 

10:00AM-10.50AM 

Staff 

Yes 



'The Avila math placement test score is used to determine the level of placement (see page 20) 


MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 


MT 380 50 


Topics Clinical Lab Sci 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


MT 451 50 


Phlebotomy/Patho Anat 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Garcia, Wendy 

Yes 


MT 452 10 


Method Development & Eval 

1.00 

0/C 


MTWTHF 0800AM-01 :00PM 

Schupbach, Sandy 

Yes 


MT 453 10 

O 

Clinical Chemistry 

6.00 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07 00AM-03 30PM 

Drees, Julianne 

Yes 


MT 454 10 

C 

Clinical Microbiology 

800 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07 00AM-03 30PM 

Goodwin, Jan 

Yes 


MT 455 10 

O 

Clinical Hematology 

400 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07 00AM-03:30PM 

Cruz-Puno, Evelyn 

Yes 


MT 456 10 

O 

Diagnostic Immunology 

3.00 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07:00AM-03:30PM 

Gerhardt, Cheryl 

Yes 


MT 457 10 

0 

Immunohematology 1 

300 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07 00AM-03:30PM 

Muha, Lisa 

Yes 


MT 458 10 

O 

Hemostasis 

1.00 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07 00AM-03 30PM 

Johnson, Emma 

Yes 


MT 459 10 

;'C) : 

Urinalysis 

1.00 

0/C 


MTWTHF 07:00AM-03:30PM 

Russ. Marcia 

Yes 


MT 460 10 


Immunohematology II 

1.00 

0/C 


MTWTHF O8:0OAM-O4:3OPM 

Kawolski, Mary 

Yes 


MT 461 50 


Medical Tech Seminar 1 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Hostetler, Elaine 

Yes 


MT 462 C9 


Medical Tech Seminar II 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Hostetler, Elaine 

Yes 


MT 463 C9 


Medical Tech Seminar III 

200 



ARRANGED 

Hostetler, Elaine 

Yes 


MT 485 50 


Speciality Practicum 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


MT 487 50 


Adv Practicum Clin Lab Sci 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



DAY/ MEEtS PM LAB 

COURSE/* NIGHT TITLE CREDITS BLDG ROOM CORE OAYS TIME INSTRUCTOR REQS FEE 

MI 1SIC 


:ONTINUIN( 

EDUCATION 


For informat io 

MU 103 50 

n abo 

ut applied music lessons, see page 2. 

Music Fundamentals 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 




k A 

r 

MU 110 Cl 

o 

Music Appreciation 

3.00 

BOR 420 

XII 

MW 09:00AM-1 015AM 

Hukill, Cynthia 



Courses at Avila College may be taken 
for Continuing Education Units (CEU) 
on a space-available basis. No academic 
credit is awarded and, therefore, students 
are not required to meet the admission 
requirements of the college. A 
stipulation of the continuing education 
option is mandatory class attendance. 
The level of class participation for 
continuing education is determined by 
the individual instructor. A certificate 
from Avila College will be awarded to 
those who have met the continuing 
education requirements of the course. A 
transcript for the student is available 
through the National Registry for 
Continuing Education, a service of the 
American College Testing Program. 

Enrollment for the CEU option begins 
in the Registrar’s Office (Blasco Hall) 
during published in-person registration 
days and times. Enrollment in a lower- 
division course on the Continuing 
Education option requires the 
appropriate pre-requisites but does 
not require departmental approval. 

MU 110 C2 

O 

Music Appreciation 

3.00 

BOR 420 

XII 

TTH 01 00PM-O2: 1 5PM 

Staff 



MU 119 50 


Beginning Guitar Class 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

English, Joseph 



MU 151 10 

o 

College Choir 

1.00 

BOR 318 


TTH 1 1 00AM-1 2:1 5PM 

Rudzinski, John 



MU 373 10 

o 

Music Theory III w Lab 
Lab 

4.00 

BOR 307 

BOR 307 


MWF 1100AM-1 150AM 

TTH 01 00PM-01 50PM 

Hukill, Cynthia 

Yes 


NATURE 

NS 250 Cl 

\L 

o 

SCIENCE 

Astronomy w Lab 

400 

ORI 212 

XII 

TTH 01 00PM-O3 20PM 

Anderson, Eric 


S50 

NS 498 C9 


Research & Seminar 1 

1-2 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 

NURSIN 

NU 451 Cl 

G 

o 

Conceptual Approach 

3.00 

BOR 424 


TH 09:00AM-1 1:50AM 

Staff 

Yes 

$25 

NU 453 10 

o 

Health Assessment 
Must choose a lab 

3.00 

BOR 424 


M 08 00AM-09 50AM 

Boen, Lonna 

Yes 


NU 453 11 

o 

Health Assessment Lab 1 

0.00 

BOR 424 


M 1000AM-1 1:50AM 

Boen, Lonna 

Yes 


NU 453 12 

0 

Health Assessment Lab 2 

0 00 

BOR 424 


T 01 00PM-02 50PM 

Boen, Lonna 

Yes 


NU 456 10 

0 

Psych/Mental Health 

Clinical dates & times to be arranged 

600 

BOR 424 

BOR 424 


M 01:00PM-02:50PM 

F 10 00AM-1 1:50AM 

Patzel, Brenda 

Yes 

$65 

NU 457 10 

o 

Patient Care Skills 

Class will meet TW or THF Days & times 
will rotate according to arranged clinicals. 

2.00 

BOR NLRC 
BOR NLRC 
BOR NLRC 


TW 1000AM-1 1:50AM 

TH 01:00PM-02:50PM 

F 0800AM-09 50AM 

Staff 

Yes 

$25 

NU 474 10 

0 

Child Health Nursing 

Clinical dates & times to be arranged 

6.00 

BOR 423 


MF 0800AM-0950AM 

Hinds, Michele 
Jamerson, Pat 

Yes 

$65 

NU 476 10 

o 

Ma|or Health Problems II 
Clinical dates & times to be arranged 

6.00 

BOR 423 


MF 10:00AM-1 1:50AM 

Nieland, Irene 

Yes 

$65 

NU 482 Cl 

o 

Trends in Nursing 

2.00 

BOR 423 


M 01:00PM-02:50PM 

Fetsch, Susan 

Yes 

$25 


Enrollment in an upper-division course 


PHYSICS 


PH 

117 20 

d 

Physics Concepts w Lab 

4.00 

ORI 

212/108 

XII 

TTH 

O6:O0PM-O8:2OPM 

Anderson, Eric 


$50 

PH 

231 10 

0 

Gen Physics 1 w Lab 

5.00 

ORI 

212/108 


MWF 

07:00AM-08:50AM 

Anderson, Eric 

Yes 

$50 


(course numbered 310 or above) on the 
Continuing Education option must 
have the approval of the department 
offering the course. A signature from a 
departmental representative is required. 


PHILOSOPHY 


PL 

111 Cl 

0 

Intro Philosophy 

3.00 

ORI 

206 

XII 

MWF 

O9:00AM-O9:50AM 

Stuckel, Ruth 



PL 

111 C2 

o 

Intro Philosophy 

3.00 

BOR 

403 

XII 

TTH 

O8:00AM-O9:15AM 

Stuckel, Ruth 



PL 

111 C3 

O 

Intro Philosophy 

3.00 

BOR 

403 

XII 

TTH 

0400PM-05: 1 5PM 

Wegst, Gregory 



PL 

255 Cl 

o 

Ethics 

300 

ORI 

206 

XII 

MWF 

08:00AM-08:50AM 

Stuckel, Ruth 



PL 

255 C2 

o 

Ethics 

300 

BOR 

403 

XII 

TTH 

0930AM-1 0 45AM 

Stuckel, Ruth 



PL 

255 C7 

0 

Ethics 

10/25, 11/1,8, 15, 22, 12/6 

3.00 

ORI 

206 

XII 

S 

08.30AM-03:00PM 

Turner, Tom 




POLITICAL SCIENCE 


PS 

120.10 

O 

Am National Government 

3.00 

ORI 

202 

XII 

MW 

09:00AM-10:15AM 

Theis, John 



PS 

120 11 

O 

Am National Government 

3.00 

ORI 

205 

XII 

TTH 

01 00PM-0215PM 

Theis, John 



PS 

230 10 

o 

Quantitative Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


F 

1000AM-1 2:40PM 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


PS 

231 10 

0 

Am Justice System 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Moorehead, Derek 



PS 

280 10 

o 

Democratic Theory 

3.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

1000AM-1 2:40PM 

Theis, John 



PS 

337 40 

A 

Abuse Law 

1.00 

ORI 

204 


F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Moorehead. Derek 





o 

11/14-15 


ORI 

204 


S 

0830AM-0500PM 




PS 

380 40 

A 

Federal Budget 

1 00 

ORI 

204 


F 

06:00PM-10:00PM 

Theis, John 





o 

9/26-27 


ORI 

204 


S 

08:3OAM-O5:OOPM 




PS 

380 41 

A 

Drugs, Politics & Democracy 

1 00 

ORI 

204 


F 

06:00PM-10:00PM 

Theis, John 





o 

10/31-11/1 


ORI 

204 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




PS 

380 42 

A 

Campaign Finance Reform 

1.00 

ORI 

204 


F 

06:OOPM-10:OOPM 

Theis, John 





o 

12/5-6 


ORI 

204 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




PS 

380 50 


Mock Trials 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Theis, John 



PS 

397 C5 

d 

Research Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


TH 

0600PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 

$15 

PS 

422 20 

(1 

Elections & Voting 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


W 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Theis, John 




If a student withdraws from a course 
taken for Continuing Education Units, 
a refund will be granted according to 
the time frame for part-time students 
minus a $10 administrative fee. 

NONTRADITION AL CREDIT 

You may earn academic credit through 
Experiential Learning, Credit by 
Examination, International 
Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced 
Placement (AP), and College-Level 
Examination Program (CLEP) in 
subject fields where the college offers 
comparable courses or curricula. 

Specific CLEP (College-Level 
Examination Program) examinations 
are accepted by Avila College. A 
student should check with the 
Registrar before taking an examination 
to determine its acceptability. CLEP 
tests are not administered by Avila 
College. They must be taken at another 
site and the results sent to the College. 

For tuition and fees, see page 22. There 
is no additional tuition for IB and AP 
credit. 


PSYCHOLOGY 


PY 

101 Cl 

-0: 

General Psychology 

3.00 

ORI 

204 

XII 

MWF 

08:00AM-08:50AM 

Staff 



PY 

101 C2 

0 

General Psychology 

3.00 

ORI 

204 

XII 

TTH 

09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Yeatman, Frank 



PY 

101 C7 

A 

General Psychology 

300 

ORI 

205 

XII 

F 

06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 





0: 

10/24-25, 11/7-8,21-22 


ORI 

205 


S 

08 30AM-05.00PM 




PY 

201 10 

0 

Theories of Personality 

3.00 

ORI 

102 


MW 

09:00AM- 10: 15AM 

Staff 

Yes 


PY 

203 10 

o 

Cognitive Psychology 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


TTH 

0230PM-03 45PM 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 


PY 

205 10 

0 

Hum Growth & Development 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


TTH 

04:00PM-05:15PM 

Staff 



PY 

220 10 

0 

Child & Adolescent Psych 

300 

HOD 

704 


TTH 

0800AM-09 15AM 

Staff 

Yes 


PY 

220 20 

d 

Child & Adolescent Psych 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


T* 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Staff 

Yes 




The campus bookstore operates to meet 
the needs for texts, supplies and many gift 
items. The bookstore also operates the 
Lost & Found Department for the 
campus. It is located downstairs in 
Marian Center. 


HOURS 

Fall 1 997 Schedule 

August 4-8 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 

August 11-15 10 a.m. -4 p.m. 

August 18—21 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 

August 22 10 a.m.— 5 p.m. 

August 25-28 8:30 a.m. -6 p.m. 

August 29 8:30 a.m. -4 p.m. 

September 1 Closed 

September 2-4 8:30 a.m. -6 p.m. 

September 5 8:30 a.m.— 4 p.m. 

September 8 thru semester 

M, W 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. 

T, TH, F 8:30 a.m. -4 p.m. 

BOOK RETURN POLICY 

If a student drops or changes a course, 

the text may be returned under the 

conditions below: 

1 . Return must be accompanied by 
register receipt, change of class 
sheet or withdrawal slip from 
Registrar’s Office. 

2. Books must be in absolutely new 
condition. 

3. Any mark or name in a book 
makes it a used book and only 
50 percent of the new' price will 
be paid. 

4- Returns for full credit are allowed 
within the first three weeks of each 
semester. After three w'eeks, the book 
will be bought back at the Used 
Book Company price. 

5. Used books are bought back during 
the entire school year except the 
first tw'o W'eeks of the Fall and 
Spring semesters. 


EMERGENCY 
SCHOOL CLOSURE 

Avila College provides local 
radio and television stations 
w'ith up-to-date information 
regarding any emergency school 
closures. They are your best 
sources of information during 
inclement weather. 


► 


COURSE/# 


DAY/ 

NIGHT 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

MEETS 

CORE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 

PRE- 

REQS 

LAB 

FEE 

PY 

225 30 

0 

Educational Psychology 
9/6, 20.10/4. 25. 11/8, 22 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


s 

08:30AM-03:00PM 

Staff 



PY 

230 10 

■Q 

Quantitative Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


F 

1000AM-1240PM 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


PY 

231 20 

a 

Computer Applications 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


M 

O6:OOPM-O8:40PM 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


PY 

235 10 

o 

Psych Exceptional Child 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


F 

1000AM-1 2:40PM 

Geer, Fred 



PY 

235 30 

Q 

Psych Exceptional Child 
9/13,27, 10/11, 11/1, 15, 12/6 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


S 

08:30AM-03:OOPM 

Staff 



PY 

310 10 

Q 

Abnormal Psychology 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 


PY/WS 312 10 

o 

Psychology of Women 

3.00 

BOR 

403 


MW 

1230PM-01 :45PM 

Bogart, Cathy 



PY 

316 10 

O 

Social Psychology 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


TTH 

1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5PM 

Neuman, Dona 



PY 

380 40 

a 

Post-Traum Stress Disorder 

1.00 

ORI 

211 


F 

06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

Powell, Marilyn 





o. 

9/12-13 


ORI 

211 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




PY 

383 10 

o 

Human Behavior & Addiction 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


TTH 

09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Sirridge, Stephen 



PY 

390 50 


Directed Study 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Yeatman, Frank 

Yes 


PY 

390 51 


Directed Study 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 


PY 

390 52 


Directed Study 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 


PY 

485 50 


Practicum 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Yeatman, Frank 

Yes 


PY 

485 51 


Practicum 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 


PY 

485 52 


Practicum 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 


PY 

497 10 

o. 

Independent Research 1 

2.00 

HOD 

711 


W 

01 00PM-01 :50PM 

Yeatman, Frank 

Yes 


PY 

498 Cl 

o 

Independent Research II 

2-3 

HOD 

711 


W 

01 00PM-01 :50PM 

Yeatman, Frank 

Yes 



GRADUATE COURSES IN PSYCHOLOGY 


PY 

601 20 

d 

Statistics 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


TH 

0600PM-08:40PM 

Yeatman, Frank 



PY 

605 20 

(i 

Theory/Method Counseling 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


M 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Yeatman, Frank 



PY 

610 20 

(1 

Personality Development 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


W 

O6:0OPM-O8:4OPM 

Sirridge, Stephen 



PY 

635 10 

O 

Indiv Intelligence Assess 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


T 

04:00PM-06:30PM 

Geer, Fred 


$50 

PY 

655 20 

(i 

Adv Social Psychology 

3.00 

ORI 

202 


M 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 


PY 

680 40 

(1 

Post-Traum Stress Disorder 

1.00 

ORI 

211 


F 

06:00PM-1 0:00PM 

Powell. Marilyn 





:Q- 

9/12-13 


ORI 

211 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




PY 

685 10 

o 

Practicum 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


TH 

04:00PM-05:50PM 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 


PY 

690 50 


Directed Study 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Yeatman, Frank 

Yes 


PY 

690 51 


Directed Study 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 


PY 

690 52 


Directed Study 

1-3 



ARRANGED 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 


PY 

695 10 

o 

Internship 

1-5 

ORI 

207 


W 

04:00PM-05:30PM 

Sirridge, Stephen 

Yes 



RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 


RT 

455 10 

0- 

Radiologic Science II 

3.00 

TBA 



Staff 

Yes 



RT 

456 10 

0 

Radiologic Science III 

2.00 

WHI 

506 


W 

04:00PM-05:40PM 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 



RT 

457 10 

0 

Rad Procedures III w Lab 
Must choose a lab 

3.00 

TBA 



Staff 

Yes 



RT , 

457 11 

0 

Rad Proc III Lab 1 

0.00 

ORI 

111 


F 

09:00AM-09:50AM 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 



RT 

457 12 

0 

Rad Proc III Lab 2 

0.00 

ORI 

111 


F 

1000AM-1 0:50AM 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 



RT 

462 50 


Clinical Ed III 

5.00 



ARRANGED 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 

$25 


RT 

465 50 


Clinical Ed VI 

5.00 



ARRANGED 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 

$25 


RT 

466 10 

0 

Radiologic Pathology 

1.00 

TBA 



Staff 

Yes 



RT 

467 10 

O 

Film Evaluation 1 

1.00 

ORI 

111 


F 

1 100AM-1 1:50AM 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 



RT 

469 C5 

d 

Cross-Sectional Anatomy 

2-3 

ORI 

111 


W 

06:00PM-07:40PM 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 

$25 


RT 

476 50 


Rad Therapy Physics III 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Norris, Mollye 

Yes 



RT 

479 50 


Rad Therapy Clin Ed IV 

4.00 



ARRANGED 

Troutwme, Myra 

Yes 

$25 


RT 

480 50 


Spec Procedures Topics 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



RT 

485 50 


Teaching Practicum 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



RT 

486 50 


Clinical Practicum 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 

$25 


RT 

487 50 


Seminar: Rad Therapy 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Troutwine, Myra 

Yes 



RT 

488 10 

0 

Rad Curriculum Review 

2.00 

TBA 



Staff 

Yes 



RT 

490 50 


DS: Radiology Mgmt 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 



RT 

492 50 


Ed Admin: Rad Tech 

2.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 




SOCIOLOGY 


SO 

101 Cl 

0 

Intro Sociology 

3.00 

ORI 

204 

XII 

MW 

10:30AM-1 1:45AM 

Staff 



SO 

101 C2 

0 

Intro Sociology 

3.00 

ORI 

204 

XII 

TTH 

08:00AM-09:15AM 

Staff 



SO 

221 10 

0 

Peoples of Americas 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


TTH 

01 00PM-02: 1 5PM 

Staff 



SO 

230 10 

O 

Quantitative Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


F 

10 00AM-1 2:40PM 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


SO 

231 20 

d 

Computer Applications 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


M 

06:00PM-08:40PM 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


SO 

263 40 

d 

Youthful Offenders 

1.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 





0 

9/5-6 


ORI 

202 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




SO 

263 41 

d 

Gangs & Gang Members 

1.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

0600PM-1000PM 

Staff 





0 

10/3-4 


ORI 

202 


S 

08:30AM-05:OOPM 




SO 

263 42 

d 

Juvenile Justice System 

1.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 





0 

11/7-8 


ORI 

202 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




SO 

302 10 

0 

Aging, Individual & Society 

3.00 

ORI 

212 


MW 

02:00PM-03: 1 5PM 

Staff 



SO 

302 40 

d 

Health Care & Aging 

1.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Staff 





0 

9/26-27 


ORI 

202 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




SO 

302 41 

d 

Drugs & Drug Use Among Elderly 

1.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

06:00PM-10:00PM 

Staff 





0 

10/31-11/1 


ORI 

202 


S 

0830AM-0500PM 




SO 

302 42 

d 

Aging, Health & Illness 

1.00 

ORI 

202 


F 

06:00PM-10:00PM 

Staff 





0 

11/21-22 


ORI 

202 


S 

08:30AM-0500PM 





COURSE/* 


DAY/ 

NIGHT 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

MEETS 

CORE 

DAYS 

TIME 

INSTRUCTOR 

PRE 

REQS 

LAB 

FEE 

so 

316 10 

0: 

Social Psychology 

3.00 

0RI 

204 


TTH 

1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5PM 

Neuman, Dona 

Yes 


so 

320 10 

9 

Social Systems 

300 

0RI 

204 


MW 

0900AM-1 0: 1 5 AM 

Neuman, Dona 

Yes 


so 

390 10 

O 

Dir Study: Social Change 
9/8, 22, 10/20, 11/17, 12/1 

3 00 

0RI 

202 


M 

04:00PM-05:50PM 

Neuman, Dona 

Yes 


so 

397 C5 

X 

Research Methods 

3.00 

0RI 

204 


TH 

0600PM-0840PM 

Staff 

Yes 

$15 

so 

495 50 


Internship 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Neuman, Dona 

Yes 


so 

499 C9 


Independent Research 

300 



ARRANGED 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 




HOOLEY-BUNDSCHU 

LIBRARY 


SPANISH 


SP 

111 10 

o 

Spanish 1 

3.00 

WHI 

506 

X 

MWF 

0800AM-08 50AM 

Staff 



SP 

111 20 

3 

Spanish 1 

3.00 

0RI 

202 

X 

TTH 

0600PM-07 15PM 

Staff 



SP 

112 10 

o 

Spanish II 

300 

WHI 

506 

X 

MWF 

09:00AM-09:5QAM 

Staff 

Yes 



SOCIAL WORK 


SW 

201 10 

Q 

Intro Social Work 

2.00 

0RI 

202 


MW 

01 00PM-01 :50PM 

Haynie, Roena 

Yes 


SW 

280 50 


Mini Agency Experience 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Haynie, Roena 

Yes 


SW 

311 40 

d 

Child Abuse & Neglect 

3.00 

0RI 

211 


F 

0600PM-1 0:00PM 

Anderson, Kim 





0 

8/15-16, 22-23,9/5-6 


ORI 

211 


S 

08:30AM-05:00PM 




SW 

397 C5 

d 

Research Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


TH 

O6:O0PM-O8:4OPM 

Staff 

Yes 

$15 

SW 

451 Cl 

o 

Human Behavior 

3.00 

ORI 

102 


MW 

1 1 00AM-1215PM 

Haynie, Roena 

Yes 


SW 

462 10 

X 

Social Work Practice II 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


T 

09:00AM-12:00PM 

Anderson, Kim 

Yes 


SW 

495 50 


Field Instruction 1 

500 



ARRANGED 

Anderson, Kim 

Yes 


SW 

499 Cl 

0 

Field Seminar 

1.00 

ORI 

207 


TH 

09:30AM-1 1:30AM 

Anderson, Kim 

Yes 



The Hooley-Bundschu Library is the 
information resource center for the 
campus. It houses a collection of over 
68,000 books, 493 periodicals &. 
newspapers, the entire ERIC 
collection on microfiche, and several 
thousand records, filmstrips, 
videotapes and slides. 


MTWTH 

F 

S 

su 


8 a.m.-ll p.m 
8 a.m.-6 p.m. 
1 1 a.m.-6 p.m. 
3- 1 1 p.m. 


COMPUTERS 

Available for student use 


THEOLOGY 


TH 111 20 

d 

Intro Theology 

3 00 

BOR 403 

XII 

T 0600PM-08 40PM 

McGlone, Mary 



TH/WS 111 10 

O 

Intro Theology 

300 

BOR 403 

XII 

MW 02 00PM-0315PM 

Hynes, Mary 



TH 113 Cl 

0 

Intro New Testament 

300 

BOR 403 

XII 

TTH 1 1 :00AM-12:15PM 

McGlone, Mary 



TH 113 C2 

0 

Intro New Testament 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XII 

TTH 01 00PM-021 5PM 

McGlone, Mary 



TH 117 10 

u 

World Religions 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XII 

MW 1030AM-1 1:45AM 

Hynes, Mary 



TH 117 40 

d 

o 

World Religions 
9/5-6, 19-20, 10/3-4 

3.00 

ORI 205 

ORI 205 

XII 

F 06:OOPM-10:OOPM 

S 08:30AM-05:00PM 

Hynes, Mary 



TH/WS 225 10 

o 

Catholicism 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XII 

MW 03:30PM-04:45PM 

Hynes, Mary 



TH/IS 311 C5 

d 

Peace Studies 

3 00 

BOR 424 

XIII 

XII 

TH 06 00PM-08:40PM 

lliff, Steve 
Jennings, Barbara 



TH/IS 317 10 

Q 

Latin Am Christianity 

3.00 

BOR 402 

XIII 

XII 

TTH 09:30AM-10 45AM 

McGlone, Mary 
Staff 



TH 380 40 

d 

o 

St. Teresa Contemp in Action 
12/5-6 

100 

ORI 211 

ORI 211 


F 06 00PM-1 0:00PM 

S 08:30AM-05:OOPM 

Stuckel, Ruth 




Macintosh Computers 

Library (see Library hours above) 
Rooms 104 and 105, O’Rielly Hall* 

DOS/Windows Computers 

Library (see Library hours above) 
Rooms 105 and 106, O’Rielly Hall* 

Academic Computer 
Center Hours 
O’Rielly Hall* 

Rooms 104, 105, 106 

MTWTH 8 a.m.-9:45 p.m. 

F 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m. 

S 8:30 a. m. -5 p.m. 


THEATER 


TR 

110 C7 

d 

0 

Theater Appreciation 
9/12-13,26-27, 10/10-11 

3.00 

ORI 

ORI 

205 

205 

XII 

F 

S 

06:00PM-10:00PM 
08 30AM-05:00PM 

Staff 



TR 

211 10 

o 

Voice/Diction & Dialects 

3.00 

BOR 

318 


MW 

02:00PM-03:15PM 

Foulk, Robert 



TR 

227 10 

0 

Stage Makeup 

3 00 

GOP 

AUD 


TTH 

01 :0OPM-02 1 5PM 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 



TR 

251 10 

o 

Stagecraft w Lab 

3.00 

GOP 

AUD 


TTH 

09:30AM-1 0:45AM 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 


$20 




Lab 






ARRANGED 




TR 

271 10 

o 

Principles of Acting 

3.00 

HOD 

714 


MWF 

09:00AM-09:50AM 

Wyer, Samantha 



TR 

285 50 


Theater Tech Practicum 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 


TR 

285 51 


Costume Practicum 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 


TR 

285 52 


Stage Mgmt Practicum 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 


TR 

285 53 


Theater Mgmt Practicum 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Gould, Charlene 

Yes 


TR 

285 54 


Directing Practicum 

1.00 



ARRANGED 

Gould, Charlene 

Yes 


TR 

361 10 

0 

Stage Management 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


MW 

12 30PM-01 45PM 

Foulk, Robert 



TR 

425 10 

o 

Dramatic Theory/Criticism 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


MWF 

1 100AM-1 1:50AM 

Gould, Charlene 

Yes 


TR 

454 10 

o 

Adv Lighting & Sound 

300 

GOP 

AUD 


TTH 

1 1 00AM-1 2: 1 5PM 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 


TR 

457 50 


Adv Design Project 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Whitsitt, Lori Bush 

Yes 


TR 

471 10 

o 

Acting Styles 1 

300 

HOD 

714 


MWF 

10:00AM-10:50AM 

Gould, Charlene 

Yes 


TR 

495 50 


Internship 

3.00 



ARRANGED 

Staff 

Yes 


TR 

499 C9 


Senior Project 

300 



ARRANGED 

Wyer, Samantha 

Yes 



WOMEN’S STUDIES 


WS/CO 383 10 

0: 

Women & Media 

3.00 

DAL 800 


F 1000AM-1 2:40PM 

Hamilton, Dotty 


$15 

WS/EN 275 Cl 

O 

Women & Literature 

3.00 

BOR 401 

XII 

TTH 09:30AM- 10 45AM 

Cervetti, Nancy 



WS/EN 275 C2 

o 

Women & Literature 

3.00 

BOR 401 

XII 

TTH 02 30PM-0345PM 

Cervetti, Nancy 



WS/HI 311 10 

o 

20th Century Am Women 

3.00 

ORI 202 


MW 1030AM-1 145AM 

Schirmer. Sherry 



WS/IS 310 10 

0'. 

Images & Realities of Women 

3.00 

BOR 402 

XIII 

TTH 0100PM-0215PM 

Cervetti, Nancy 
Bogart, Cathy 



WS/PY 312 10 

0 

Psychology of Women 

3.00 

BOR 403 


MW 1 230PM-0 1 45PM 

Bogart, Cathy 



WS/TH 111 10 

0 

Intro Theology 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XII 

MW 02 00PM-0315PM 

Hynes. Mary 



WS/TH 225 10 

Q 

Catholicism 

3.00 

BOR 403 

XII 

MW 03:30PM-04:45PM 

Hynes, Mary 




*0’Rielly computer labs are open only 
when classes are in session. 


DINING HALL 

( Marian Center) 

M-F 7:30-9 a.m. 

Breakfast 

M-F 1 1:30 a.m. -1 p.m. 

Lunch 

M-TH 5-6:15 p.m. 

Dinner 

F 5-6 p.m. 

Dinner 

S 8-9 a.m. 

Breakfast 
12-1 p.m. 

Lunch 
5-6 p.m. 
Dinner 

SU 8-9 a.m. 

Continental Breakfast 
1 1 a.m.— 1 p.m. 
Brunch 
5-6 p.m. 
Dinner 


SNACK BAR 

(Lower Marian Center) 


M-TH 7:30 a.m. -8 p.m. 

F 7:30 a.m. -2 p.m. 


FALL 


SATURDAY & EVENING 



SATURDAY COURSE POLICIES 

1. The closing dates for registration and withdrawal 
are found in the class listings. There is no late 
charge for adding a Saturday class. 

2. If you take any session of the six-week courses and 
intend to secure student loans, you must apply by 
August 22, 1997. 

3. If you withdraw from six-week classes, you are 
eligible for refunds under the following schedule: 

a. complete refund if the withdrawal takes 
place before the start of the course. 

b. 50 percent refund if the withdrawal takes place 
after the first meeting of the class. 

c. no refund if the withdrawal takes place after the 
second meeting of the class. 

4- Deferred payments plans are available if you take 
the alternating six-week courses. 

5. Students may withdraw from a six-week course 
with a grade of “W” up to and including the fourth 
meeting of the class. 


SATURDAY/EVENING SERVICES 

Students attending evening, weekend- intensive and 
Saturday classes have a number of sendees available: 

1 . the processing of registration 

2. the payment of bills (no cash) if students already 
know their balance 

3. obtaining various forms needed for academic purposes 

When classes are in session, the secretary is available 
on the second floor of O’Rielly Hall. 

M-TH 5-8:45 P .m. 

F 5:30-10 p.m. 

S 8 a.m.— 5 p.m. 


Telephone Registration 


Call (816) 942-8400, ext. 2209 or 2210 
April 21-August 8, 1997 

10 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F 

For information about telephone registration option, see page 21 . 


FALL SATURDAY CLASSES 

Classes meet-Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. in O’Rielly Hall 

MEETS 

COURSE # TITLE CREDITS BLDG ROOM CORE INSTRUCTOR 

First Six Weeks: September 6, 13, 20, 27, October 4, 1 1 

Last clay to register is September 6; last day to withdraw is September 27 . 


| CS 180 30 

Microsoft Office IBM 

3.0 

ORI 103/106 


Staff 

Second Six Weeks: October 25, November 1,8, 15, 22, December 

Last day to register is October 25; last day to withdraw is November 15. 

PL 255 C7 Ethics 3.0 ORI 206 

6 

XII 

Turner, Tom 

Alternating Weeks: September 6, 20, October 4, 25, November 8, 

Last day to register is September 6; last day to withdraw is October 25. 

ED/PY 225 30 Educational Psychology [ 3.0 j ORI 207 

22 

Staff 

Alternating Weeks: September 13, 27, October 

Last day to register is September 13; last day to withdraw is i 

ED/PY 235 30 Psych Exceptional Child 3.0 

1 1, November 1, 1 

November 1 . 

ORI 207 

5, December 6 

Staff 


FALL EVENING CLASSES 

Classes meet 6-8:40 p.m. • Beginning August 25, 1997 

MEETS PRE- 


COURSE # 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

CORE 

DAYS 

INSTRUCTOR 

REQS 

LAB FEE 

AC 

201 20 

Principles Accounting 1 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


T 

Staff 

Yes 


AC 

362 20 

Intermed Accounting II 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


M 

Frede, Doris 

Yes 


AC 

451 C5 

Tax Accounting 1 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


W 

Frede, Doris 

Yes 


AR 

221 20 

Beginning Photography 
Meets 06:00PM- 10:00PM 

3.00 

DAL 

812 


TH 

Hamilton, Frank 


S50 

AR 

271 20 

MAC Desktop Publishing 

3.00 

ORI 

104 


T 

Wilkinson, Jeremy 


$25 

BU 

110 C5 

Understanding Comp. IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


W 

Staff 



BU 

305 20 

Legal Aspects Business 1 

3.00 

WHI 

508 

XII 

T 

Gibbs, Judy 



BU 

326 20 

Operations Management 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


W 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

346 20 

Employment Law 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


M 

Gibbs, Judy 



BU 

411 20 

International Marketing 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

415 C5 

Marketing Policy 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


T 

Lutz, A. J 

Yes 


BU 

435 C5 

Financial Policy 

3.00 

ORI 

211 


TH 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


CH 

115 20 

Molecules That Matter w Lab 
Class meets MW. 0600PM-07 : 15PM 

4.00 

ORI 

212 

XII 

MW 

Staff 


$50 



Lab meets W. 0730PM-0920PM 


ORI 

216 


W 




CH 

135 20 

Organic & Biochem w Lab 
Class meets MW. 06.00PM-07 15PM 

4.00 

ORI 

211 


MW 

Staff 

Yes 

$50 



Lab meets W. 07 I5PM-0905PM 


ORI 

213 


W 




CO 

211 C5 

Interpersonal Communication 

3.00 

DAL 

820 

XII 

TH 

Green, Karen 



CO 

327 20 

Video Production 

3.00 

DAL 

800 


W 

Pinkerton, Robert 

Yes 

$40 

CS 

110 C5 

Understanding Comp: IBM 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


W 

Staff 



CS 

150 20 

Pascal Programming 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


T 

Staff 

Yes 


CS 

271 20 

MAC Desktop Publishing 

3.00 

ORI 

104 


T 

Wilkinson, Jeremy 


$25 

CS 

340 20 

Database Management 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


M 

Staff 

Yes 


CS 

360 20 

Adv Visual C++ 

3.00 

ORI 

103/106 


T 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

202 C5 

Principles Economics II 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


W 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

241 20 

Quantitative Analysis 

3.00 

BOR 

423 


M 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

311 20 

Intermed Microeconomics 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 


ED 

101 20 

Strategies Acad Success 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


W 

Galbreath, Lisa 




Fall Evening Classes Continued 


COURSE # 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

MEETS 

CORE 

DAYS 

INSTRUCTOR 

PRE 

REQS 

LAB 

FEE 

ED 

212 20 

PE/Health Ed 

3 00 

BOR 

423 


w 

Sitler, Stephen 



ED 

287 C5 

Educational Foundations 

300 

0RI 

205 


M 

Levin, Reulan 

Yes 


ED 

340 20 

Elem Science Methods 

2.00 

ORI 

205 


T 

Zammar, Susan 

Yes 




Class meets 06.00PM-0740PM 









ED 

375 20 

Reading in Content Area 

300 

0RI 

206 


TH 

Garber, Karen 

Yes 


EN 

111 20 

Composition 1 

Student's ACT English score or Avila 
English placement test score is used to 
determine level of placement 1 see page 201 

300 

BOR 

403 

XI 

M 

Staff 



EN 

261 C5 

The Short Story 

3.00 

BOR 

403 

XII 

TH 

Staff 



EN 

341 C5 

Intro Literary Criticism 

300 

BOR 

403 


W 

Cervetti, Nancy 



HI 

111 C5 

World Civ 1 

300 

ORI 

202 

XII 

W 

Myers. Jeffrey 



IS/TH 311 C5 

Peace Studies 

3.00 

BOR 

424 

XIII 

TH 

lliff, Steve 









XII 


Jennings, Barbara 



LG 

100 C5 

Intro Legal Assistant 

3.00 

BOR 

420 


M 

Staff 



LG 

345 20 

Intro Litigation 

3.00 

BOR 

420 


TH 

Staff 



LG 

346 20 

Employment Law 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


M 

Gibbs, Judy 



LG 

350 20 

Wills, Trusts, & Estates 

3.00 

BOR 

420 


T 

Staff 



MA 

95 20 

Basic Algebra 

Class meets 0600PM-07 :15PM 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


MW 

Staff 



PH 

117 20 

Physics Concepts w Lab 
Class meets 06 00PM-0820PM 

4.00 

ORI 

212/108 

XII 

T TH 

Anderson, Eric 


$50 

PS 

397 C5 

Research Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 

$15 

PS 

422 20 

Elections & Voting 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


W 

Theis, John 



PY 

220 20 

Child & Adolescent Psych 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


T 

Staff 



PY 

231 20 

Computer Applications 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


M 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


RT 

469 C5 

Cross-Sectional Anatomy 
Class meets 0600PM-07 40PM 

2-3 

ORI 

111 


W 

Whisler, Stephanie 

Yes 

$25 

SO 

231 20 

Computer Applications 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


M 

Wissmann, David 

Yes 


SO 

397 C5 

Research Methods 

3 00 

ORI 

204 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 

$15 

SP 

111 20 

Spanish 1 

Class meets 06:00PM-07:15PM 

3.00 

ORI 

202 

X 

TTH 

Staff 



SW 

397 C5 

Research Methods 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 

$15 

TH 

111 20 

Intro Theology 

3.00 

BOR 

403 

XII 

T 

McGlone, Mary 



TH/IS 311 C5 

Peace Studies 

300 

BOR 

424 

XIII 

TH 

lliff, Steve 









XII 


Jennings, Barbara 




FALL GRADUATE EVENING CLASSES 

Classes meet 6-8:40 p.m. • Beginning August 25, 1997 


COURSE * 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

BLDG 

ROOM 

CORE 

DAYS 

INSTRUCTOR 

REQS 

LAB FEE 

AC 

650 25 

Managerial Accounting 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


M 

Givens, Bonnie 

Yes 


BU 

611 20 

International Marketing 

3.00 

ORI 

205 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

613 25 

Promotion Management 

3.00 

BOR 

424 


T 

Buckler, Brian 

Yes 


BU 

615 25 

Marketing Strategy 

3.00 

BOR 

424 


W 

Buckler, Brian 

Yes 


BU 

621 25 

Management Processes 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


TH 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

622 25 

Organiz Behvr & Develpmnt 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


W 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

630 25 

Financial Management 1 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


T 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


BU 

635 25 

Financial Management II 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


M 

Gay, Robert 

Yes 


BU 

638 25 

Fin Markets & Instruments 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


M 

Staff 

Yes 


BU 

661 25 

Mgmt Information Systems 

3.00 

BOR 

401 


TH 

Petersen, Nancy 

Yes 


BU 

671 25 

Health Care Systems 

3.00 

BOR 

424 


M 

Brough, Christine 

Yes 


BU 

699 25 

Organiz Policy & Strategy 

3.00 

WHI 

507 


TH 

Horton, Roy 

Yes 


EC 

501 25 

Economic Concepts 

3.00 

WHI 

508 


TH 

Staff 



EC 

540 25 

Statistics 

3.00 

BOR 

402 


T 

Staff 

Yes 


EC 

612 25 

Managerial Economics 

3.00 

ORI 

204 


W 

Shoenhair, John 

Yes 


ED 

612 20 

Measurement & Assessment 
Class meets 07 00PM-0930PM 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


T 

Geer, Fred 



ED 

630 20 

Adv Curriculum Development 
Class meets 0700PM-0930PM 

3.00 

ORI 

207 


T 

Levin, Reulan 



ED 

675 20 

Reading in Content Area 

3.00 

ORI 

206 


TH 

Garber, Karen 



PY 

601 20 

Statistics 

3.00 

ORI 

102/106 


TH 

Yeatman, Frank 



PY 

605 20 

Theory/Method Counseling 

3.00 

HOD 

704 


M 

Yeatman, Frank 



PY 

610 20 

Personality Development 

300 

HOD 

704 


W 

Sirridge, Stephen 



PY 

655 20 

Adv Social Psychology 

300 

ORI 

202 


‘ M 

Bogart, Cathy 

Yes 




MASTER OF BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 

ext. 2321 

Concentrations: 

Accounting 

Finance 

General Management 
Health Care Administration 
International Business 
Management Information Systems 
Marketing 

The MBA program provides preparation for men and 
women to assume administrative positions in a broad 
range of business and other types of institutions within 
our society. A student with a bachelor’s degree in any 
academic discipline may enroll in Avila’s MBA program. 


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN 
EDUCATION 

ext. 3500 

The goal of the graduate program in education is to 
provide practicing teachers with skills necessary to 
become truly effective “master” teachers. In addition, a 
focus of the coursework is on becoming an instructional 
leader in the school. The graduate of Avila’s Master of 
Science Degree in Education will be well equipped to 
serve as a member of school-based leadership teams, 
curriculum committees, parent liaison teams and in 
other important leadership positions. 


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN 
COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY 

ext. 3500 

The purpose of the Master of Science Degree in 
Counseling Psychology is to prepare students in the 
delivery of mental health services. The degree is 
clinically oriented with an emphasis in agency 
counseling. Upon completion of the degree, graduates 
will be qualified to practice in public and private 
agencies serving individuals and families in crisis. The 
programs enable the graduate to meet Missouri state 
educational requirements for licensure as a professional 
counselor and Kansas state educational requirements 
for licensure as a master’s level psychologist. 


GRADUATE STUDENTS may register any of 
the dates/times of registration. Contact graduate advisor or 
department for further details. 


FALL 


WEEKEND CLASSES 



1 . The closing date for registration in a Weekend 
Intensive course is one week prior to the 
beginning of the course. Exceptions to this policy 
are at the discretion of the academic department. 

There is no late charge for adding a weekend class. 

2. You may withdraw from a Weekend Intensive course 
that meets one weekend any time prior to the 
beginning of the course. 

3. You may withdraw from a Weekend Intensive course 
that meets on two or more weekends any time 
prior to the second weekend of the course. 

4- If you are a part-time student and you withdraw 
from a Weekend Intensive course before the 
beginning of the course, you will receive full 
tuition reimbursement. 

5. If you withdraw after the first weekend (for a weekend 
course of two or three credit hours) but before the second 
weekend of the course you will receive 50 percent 
reimbursement for the course tuition. 

6. If you are a full-time student and you withdraw from 
a Weekend Intensive course before the beginning 
of the course, you will receive tuition reimbursement 
as stated in the college catalog. 

7. The credit/no credit grade is available to students 
for the Weekend Intensive courses. For a one-credit 
course, this grading option must be contracted 
prior to the beginning of the course. If more than 
one-credit course, this grading option must be 
contracted prior to the second meeting of the class. 

8. You are required to attend all sessions of a 
Weekend Intensive course. If you miss any part of 
the class, your final course grade may be reduced, 
possibly even to an “F”. If you cannot attend all 
sessions, you should not enroll in a Weekend 
Intensive course or should withdraw from the class. 


Classes meet Fridays 6-10 p.m. and Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. in O’Rielly Hall 
AUGUST 15-16, 22-23 

MEETS 


COURSE/# 

TITLE 

CREDITS 

ROOM 

CORE 

INSTRUCTOR 

V 311 40 

Child Abuse & Neglect 

3.0 

211 


Anderson, Kim 


( 1 st & 2nd of 3 sessions; also meets September 5-6) Overview of the child welfare system, including child abuse laws, reporting, and 
foster care Emphasis on the relationship of the family to subsystems, such as school, neighborhood, and community 

SEPTEMBER 5-6 

CS 108 40 Introduction to MAC Computer 1.0 102/104 Staff 


Computer terminology and applications; hands-on experience: handling floppy disks, booting a system, using the mouse, running software 
packages, and storing data to disk. 


ED 

680 

40 

Research Tools & Strategies 1.0 206 Finnegan, Kathleen 

Hands-on introduction to using the research tools in Education available at Avila 's Hooley-Bundschu Library. Students will use print, CD ROM, 
and on-line resources such as ERIC, Education Index, Exceptional Child Education Resources, and the Internet 

SO 

263 

40 

Juvenile Justice: Youthful Offenders 1.0 202 Staff 

Study of youth who break the law and who victimize others. Specific discussions include ", status offenders " — violating curfew, runaways, 
ungovernable conduct as well as "juvenile delinquency” — causes and societal responses. 

SW 

311 

40 

Child Abuse & Neglect 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see August 1 5 -1 6, 22 - 23 for details) 

TH 

117 

40 

World Religions 3.0 205 XII Hynes, Mary 

( 1 st of 3 sessions; also meets September 1 9 - 20 and October 3 - 4) Both a historical and a critical look at human religious experience through a 
study of Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism, including the varieties of religious faith expressions 


SEPTEMBER 12-13 

CO 181 40 Survey of Film I 3.0 DAL 800 Hamilton, Dotty $20 

(1st of 3 sessions; also meets October 10-11 and November 14-15) Historical overview of the progression of American film as an art form 
and industry from the silent era through the studio age 

ED 320/520 40 Microcomputers in Education 3.0 102/104 Bollinger. Sydney 

( 1 st of 3 sessions; also meets October 3- 4 and November 7 - 8) Includes word processing and database activities, various forms of 
recordkeeping, an introduction to HyperCard, and other uses of computers in schools. 

PY 380/680 40 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 1.0 211 Powell, Marilyn 

An introduction to the history, current understanding, and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder 

TR 110 C7 Theater Appreciation 3.0 205 XII Staff 

( 1 st of 3 sessions; also meets September 26 - 27 and October 10-11) Understanding and appreciation of drama as an art form , study of 
what is drama, its various genres, and social impact 


SEPTEMBER 19-20 


CO 

380 

40 

Conflict Resolution 1.0 212 Staff 

Strategies for dealing with conflict in a positive manner Emphasis on communication and problem solving skills needed in business and 
personal life. 

ED 

367 

40 

Transition/Career Education 2.0 211 Staff 

(1st of 2 sessions; also meets October 24 - 25) Methods for helping the exceptional child successfully make the transition from school to 
competitive employment with emphasis on appropriate transition goals and objectives Legal and ethical considerations are explored 

HI 

280 

40 

Social History of Titanic 1.0 204 Myers, Jeffrey 

The sinking of the RMS Titanic on April 15, 1912, still captures the popular imagination. Using documentaries, films, articles and books, this 
course will explore the social and cultural implications of this disaster 

TH 

117 

40 

World Religions 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets October 3 - 4; see September 5 - 6 for details) 


SEPTEMBER 26-27 

PS 380 40 Federal Budget 1.0 204 Theis, John 

Process by which the federal government makes budgetary decisions and the consequences of those decisions in terms of who wins and who 
loses by drawing on the contemporary debate over the budget 

S0/GS 302 40 Health Care & Aging 1.0 202 Staff 

Sociological/demographic literature concerning the experiences of the older person in times of illness. Topics include illness behavior, 
patient-practioner relations and various health care problems of the elderly. 

TR 110 C7 Theater Appreciation 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets October 10-11, see September 12 - 13 for details) 


WEEKEND INTENSIVE 
COURSES 

• Required reading prior to beginning of class. 

• Ordinarily students are tested on materials 
during first class. 

• Reading assignments are available in the library. 

• Reading assignments are available no later than 
10 days before first class day. 

► 


OCTOBER 3-4 


CO 

235 

40 

Advertising 3.0 212 Staff 

(1st of 3 sessions; also meets November 7 - 8 and December 5 - 6) Study of advertising from the agency perspective, including legal and ethical 
issues, creative process, evaluation criteria and use of media. Prerequisite CO 225 

ED 

320/520 

40 

Microcomputers in Education 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets November 7 - 8, see September 1 2 - 1 3 for details) 

SO 

263 

41 

Juvenile Justice: Gangs & Gang Members 1.0 202 Staff 

Sociology of gangs including causes, types, characteristics of members, why youth join gangs as well as typical gang activity 

TH 

117 

40 

World Religions 


(3rd of 3 sessions; see September 5 - 6 for details) 



Weekend intensive Classes 


Required reading prior to beginning of class. 


Fall Weekend Classes Continued 

MEETS 

COURSE/# TITLE CREOITS ROOM CORE 


LAB 

INSTRUCTOR FEE 


OCTOBER 10-11 


CO 

181 

40 

Survey of Film 1 

(2nd of 3 sessions: also meets November 14-15; see September 12 - 13 for details) 

HI 

280 

41 

Zeppelins & Popular Culture 1.0 204 Myers, Jeffrey 

Ordinary Germans sent donations to Count von Zeppelin to help him realize his land their) dream of a German airship. This course explores 
the impact of Zeppelins in German culture from 1906 to the Hindenburg disaster in 1936 

TR 

110 

C7 

Theater Appreciation 

(3rd of 3 sessions: see September 12 - 13 for details) 


OCTOBER 24-25 



Specialized Programs In 
Entrepreneurship and Leadership 


CO 380 41 Nonverbal Communication 1.0 DAL 820 Staff 

Explore ways to improve communication by sending and interpreting non-verbal cues more accurately. Eye-contact, body movement, facial 
expression, gestures, and use of space is addressed. Enhance image and power through nonverbal communication 

CS 180 40 Intro to PC 1.0 102/106 Staff 

Computer terminology, computer components. MS-DOS, Windows, and basic software applications 

ED 367 40 Career/Transition Education 

(2nd of 2 sessions; see September 19-20 for details) 

PY 101 C7 General Psychology 3.0 205 XII Staff 

(1st of 3 sessions, also meets November 7 - 8 and 21 - 22) An introduction to the theories, methods, and perspectives that psychologists use 
to decide and explain human behavior, mental processes, and experiences. 


More than 1 ,000 women have already discovered their 
significance through Women’s Programming at Avila College. 
It’s a place for women who want to improve the quality of 
their lives and their effectiveness within the community. 


WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP 
INSTITUTE 


OCTOBER 31 -NOVEMBER 1 

CO 110 40 Fundamentals Communication 3.0 205 XI Staff 

(1st of 3 sessions, also meets November 14 - 15 and December 5 -6) Practical approach to the process of developing effective 
communication skills, with special attention to individual needs including listening and critical thinking. 

PS 380 41 Drugs, Politics, & Democracy 1.0 204 Theis, John 

Role of drugs in our society, ways in which government has attempted to deal with these problems, and the effects of drugs and the drug 
war on democratic principles. 

SO/GS 302 41 Drugs & Drug Use Among Elderly 1.0 202 Staff 

Use and misuse of drugs in the elderly population with attention to age-related problems such as drug-induced adverse reactions, non- 
compliance with a drug regime, misinformation about drug therapy and abuse of prescription and nonprescription drugs 


NOVEMBER 7-8 

CO 235 40 Advertising 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets December 5 - 6; see October 3 - 4 for details) 

ED 320/520 40 Microcomputers in Education 

(3rd of 3 sessions, see September 12 - 13 for details) 

PY 101 C7 General Psychology 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets November 21 • 22, see October 24 - 25 for details) 

SO 263 42 Juvenile Justice: Juvenile Justice System 1.0 202 Staff 

Investigation of the current system for handling juvenile offenders — law enforcement, juvenile court, corrections, and the broader community 


NOVEMBER 14-15 


CO 

110 

40 

Fundamentals Communication 

(2nd of 3 sessions; also meets December 5 - 6; see October 31 - November 1 for details) 

CO 

181 

40 

Survey of Film 1 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see September 12 - 13 for details) 

CS 

108 

41 

Introduction to MAC Computer 1.0 102/104 Staff 

Computer terminology and applications; hands-on experience: handling floppy disks, booting a system, using a mouse, running software 
packages, and storing data to disk. 

PS 

337 

40 

Abuse Law 1.0 204 Moorehead, Derek 

History, current trends of abuse law. and remedies of law for abuse victims, including sexual, spousal, and child abuse 


NOVEMBER 21-22 

CO 380 42 RedSilents 1.0 DAL 800 Meade. Ben S10 

A look at the masters of Russian silent filmmaking Learn the techniques that influenced the Hollywood style of editing and cinematography 

HI 280 42 Machines of Total War, 1914-18 1.0 204 Myers, Jeffrey 

Causes and effects of ", total war" during the First World War Nineteenth-century obsen/ers saw the industrial revolution as a promise of 
mass-produced goods and services; instead, they witnessd the birth of an industry of death 

PY 101 C7 General Psychology 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see October 24 - 25 for details) 

SO/GS 302 42 Aging, Health & Illness 1.0 202 Staff 

Examination of the relationship between social behavior and various diseases common among older people, such as stress, arthritis, 
diabetes, heart disease and cancer. 


DECEMBER 5-6 


The Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI) of Avila College 
helps women who come together ready to be challenged 
and grow. Each class member will explore personal growth 
opportunities, develop a support network with 
other class members, and reflect on her experience. 

Classes meet 6:30-9:30 p.m. 

Tuesday evenings in Whitfield Center 

September 23, 30 
October 7, 14, 21, 28 
November 4, 11, 18 
December 2, 9 


WOMEN’S ENTREPRENEUR 
PROGRAM 

The Women’s Entrepreneur Program (WEP) of Avila 
College is designed to meet the unique needs of the 
woman entrepreneur, whatever her business goals, 
whatever her stage of business acumen. 

The program is designed to provide the tools needed to 
prepare a business plan and includes ( 1 ) technical “hands 
on” information, (2) an in-class support structure and 
(3) a mentor who has “been there, done that.” 

Classes meet 6:30-9:30 p.m. 

Thursday evenings in Whitfield Center 

September 25 
October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 
November 6, 13, 20 
December 4,11 


For a free brochure and more information on how you can 
discover your significance, call 816-942-8400, ext. 2280 
or send e-mail to SectContEd@nuiil.Avila.edu today! 


CO 

110 

40 

Fundamentals Communication 

(3rd of 3 sessions; see October 31 - November 1 for details) 



CO 

235 

40 

Advertising 

(3rd of 3 sessions: see October 3- 4 for details) 



PS 

380 

42 

Campaign Finance Reform 1.0 204 Theis, John 

History of campaign finance law in the United States, the abuses that gave rise to the laws, potential reforms to minimize the influence of 
money at both the federal and state levels. 

TH 

380 

40 

St. Teresa: Contemporary in Action 1.0 

211 

Stuckel, Ruth 


Examines the life and work / Interior Castle) of Teresa of Avila to learn her wisdom, leadership qualities, and teaching on the stages of prayer. 


FALL 


HOW TO ATTEN D 


For specific dates and times of advising and registration, see page 25. 


IF YOU ARE SEEKING AN 
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE . . . 

STEP ONE: Be admitted, be advised 

1 ) Apply for admission 

• You must he admitted to Avila College before 
you can register. 

• This publication is not a legally binding document. 
Request and consult the Avila College Undergraduate 
Catalog for specific information regarding admission 
policies and requirements for graduation. 

• The Office of Admissions must receive the following 
to process your application: 

If you are an entering freshman 

1. Submit a completed application for undergraduate 
admission. There is no application fee for 
undergraduate admission. 

2. Submit an official high school transcript 
(or GED) plus any college transcripts. 

3. Submit official ACT or SAT scores. These will be 
waived if you have been out of high school for more 
than 12 months. 

If you are transferring from another institution 

1. Submit a completed application for undergraduate 
admission. There is no application fee for 
undergraduate admission. 

2. Submit official high school transcript unless you 
have completed 24 credits or more of college. 

3. Submit official transcripts from each college you 
have attended. 

If you did not attend Avila for both Fall 1996 
and Spring 1997 semesters, you must apply for 
re-admission as outlined below. 

1. Submit a completed application for undergraduate 
re-admission. There is no application fee for 
re-admission. 

2. Submit official transcripts from each college you 
have attended since you last attended Avila College. 

If you are an international student 

1 . Submit an application for admission. 

2. Submit a notarized English translation for each 
transcript, if transcript is not issued in English. 

3. Submit a Supplemental Information Sheet if 
transferring from any U.S. college or high school. 

4. Demonstrate proficiency in the English language by 
means of previous college course work or standardized 
testing such as the T.O.E.F.L. or Michigan examination. 

5. Verify financial support. 

An 1-20 student visa form will be issued only after 
satisfactory completion of the above and the payment of 
a $100 tuition deposit. 


2) Be advised 

• Academic advising is required for all degree-seeking 
undergraduate students each semester before registration. 
If you do not know the name of your academic advisor, 
please contact the Registrar’s Office in Blasco Hall at 
(816) 942-8400 ext. 2210. 

• Advising is by appointment only. 

For current students 

1. You must be advised before registering for classes. 
Advising is by appointment only; call your 
advisor to make an appointment. 

2. Registration may take place in-person or by 
telephone after a student has been advised. 

For new and prospective students 

1. You should call the Office of Admissions at 
(816) 942-8400 ext. 3500 to make an appointment 
with an academic advisor. 

2. Registration may take place in person or by 
telephone after a student: 

a) has been advised 

b) has paid the $100 non-refundable tuition deposit. 
This deposit qualifies you for early registration and 
holds your classes until tuition payment is due on 
August 1. After August 1, you must pay at least 1/4 ot 
your total bill in order to register. 

3. For admitted, new students special days have 
been arranged for advising and registration. 

For former Avila students 

1 . Readmission to the college must take place before 
academic advising is scheduled. You should call the 
Office of Admissions at (816) 942-8400 ext. 3500 for 
details and to make an appointment with an academic 
advisor. 

2. Registration may take place in-person or by 
telephone after a student has been advised. 

3) Take the appropriate placement 
exam(s) as advised 

If you are planning to enroll in a writing or a specific 
mathematics course, you must first take a placement 
exam in the Registrar’s Office at Avila College. 

English placement exam 

1. If you are entering Avila College without ACT 
scores, and if you want to enroll in English 95, 1 1 1 
or 112, you must take the English placement exam 
before you may register. 

2. There is no charge for the exam. 

3. Call the Registrar’s Office at (816) 942-8400 ext. 2210 
to make arrangements to take the exam. 

4- In order to enroll, you must present a form signed by your 
advisor indicating the course in which you should enroll. 

Math placement exam 

1 . If you are planning to enroll in Math 1 1 5 or 1 20, 
you must take the math placement exam at 
Avila before you may register. All nursing students 
must take the math placement exam. 


2. If you have previously passed Math 120 or its equivalent, 
you do not need to take the math placement exam. 

3. There is no charge for the exam. 

4. Call the Registrar’s Office at (816) 942-8400 ext. 2210 
to make arrangements to take the exam. 

5. In order to enroll, you must present a form signed by 
your advisor indicating the course in which you 
should enroll. 

4) Go to Step Two: Register 
under “For all students.” 

IF YOU ARE SEEKING A 
GRADUATE DEGREE . . . 

STEP ONE: Be admitted, be advised 
1 ) Apply for admission 

• You must be admitted to Avila College before you 
can register. 

• This publication is not a legally binding document. 
Request and consult the Avila College Graduate 
Catalog for specific information regarding admission 
policies and requirements for graduation. 

Master of Business Administration (MBA) 

1. Contact the MBA office at (816) 942-8400 ext. 2321 
for application and admission materials and details. 

2. To be admitted to the Avila College MBA program, 
you must have a baccalaureate degree from an 
accredited institution. 

3. You must have at least 1000 points based on this 
formula: 200 X your grade-point average on your last 
60/90 semester/quarter hours (on a 4.0 scale) 

plus the GMAT score. 

4- If you are a student from a country other than the 
United States, you should have a minimum 450 score 
on the GMAT Examination and a minimum score of 
550 on the T.O.E.F.L. test. 

5. It you do not meet these requirements you may petition 
for admission. Typically, if you have a 3.0 or better 
in your last 60 hours or overall GPA, you may begin 
studies without a GMAT score, and submit it at a 
later date. 

6. You must submit an official transcript of all 
previous credits. 

Master of Science in Education 

1 . Contact the Office of Admissions at (816) 942-8400 
ext. 3500 for application and admission materials 
and details. 

2. To be admitted to the Avila College Master of 
Science in Education program, you must have a 
baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution. 

3. You must submit an official transcript of all 
previous credits. 




4. You must have a 3.0 grade-point average (on a 4-0 
scale) for the last 60 hours of undergraduate work. 

5. You must submit your GRE scores. 

6. You must submit a graduate application form and 
two letters of recommendation on forms provided 
by Avila College. 

7. You must have a current teaching certificate in 
one or more areas. 


FOR ALL STUDENTS . . . 


STEP TWO: Register 

l)Make sure all tuition, fees or other 
charges from previous semesters have 
been paid in full. 


Master of Science in Counseling Psychology 

1 . Contact the Office of Admissions at 
(816) 942-8400 ext. 3500 for application 
and admission materials and details. 

2. To he admitted to the Avila College Master of 
Science in Counseling Psychology program, you must 
have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited 
institution, that includes four specific undergraduate 
courses: General Psychology, Personality Theory, 
Social Psychology, and Abnormal Psychology. 

3. You must submit an official transcript of all 
previous credits. 

4- You must have a 3.0 grade-point average (on a 4.0 
scale) for the last 60 hours of undergraduate work. 

5. You must submit your scores on the general portion 
of the GRE. 

6. You must submit a graduate application form and two 
letters of recommendation on forms provided by 
Avila College. 

7. If you intend to apply for the MSCP program, but 
have not completed one or more of the four specific 
undergraduate pre-requisites listed in #2 above, you 

may enroll in our Pre-MSCP program. Following 
completion of the required pre-requisites, and all other 
parts of the application, your credentials will be 
evaluated for admission to the MSCP program. 
Admission as a Pre-MSCP student does not guarantee 
admission to the MSCP program. 

2) Be advised 

• Academic Advising is required tor all degree-seeking 
graduate students each semester before registration. If 
you do not know the name of your academic advisor, 
please contact the Registrar’s Office in Blasco Hall 
at (816) 942-8400 ext. 2210. 

3 ) Go to Step Two: Register 
under “For all students.” 

IF YOU ARE NOT 
SEEKING A DEGREE . . . 


STEP ONE: Begin in the 
Registrar’s Office 

1) The following students begin in the 
Registrar’s Office: 

A. Former Avila students who did attend Fall 1996 
hut not Spring 1997 (not enrolled for one 
previous semester) 

B. Accepted Non-degree 

C. Area Exchange 

D. Continuing Education 

E. Dual-Enrollee (High School Student or Home 
Schooler, call the Registrar's Office for details) 

F. Enrichment 

G. Visiting 

2) Go to Step Two: Register 
under “For all students.” 


2) Select your preferred option for registering 

• Being advised does not mean you are registered in any 
courses. You must register with the Registrar’s Office 
in Blasco Hall via one of the following options: 


In-Person Registration 

1. Present your advising form to the Registrar’s Office 
in Blasco Hall and request to be registered. 

2. During the first four days of registration, 
current students may register according to their 
classification. 


First day 
Second day 

Third day 

Fourth day 


Seniors and Certification Students 
Seniors, Juniors and Certification 
Students 

Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and 
Certification Students 
Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, 
Freshmen and Certification Students 


Students are classified by the number of credit hours 
completed as of the first day of registration (the 
number of credit hours will not include the hours 
currently in progress). 

Seniors (96 or more hours completed) 

Juniors (64-95 hours completed) 

Sophomores (32-63 hours completed) 

Freshmen (0-31 hours completed) 

Certification Students are those students who have 
been officially accepted in either the Teacher 
Certification or Paralegal Programs. The classification 
for these students will he listed as “CT”. 


Fists of students by classification will be posted 
outside the Registrar’s Office at least three weeks 
prior to the beginning of registration. A student may 
question that classification in person in the 
Registrar’s Office and, if it is found to be incorrect, 
have it changed only if this is done prior to the first 
day of registration. 


After the first four days, all students may register. 


Qraduate students may register on any of the 
dates/times of registration. 


1 . 

2 . 


3. 


1 Telephone Registration 

Make sure your advising form is on file in the 
Registrar’s Office in Blasco Hall. 

Have your Social Security number and the department, 
course number and section of the class(es) in which 
you wish to register in front of you before you call to 
register. 

Call (816) 942-8400 ext. 2210 or 2209 and someone 
in the Registrar’s Office will assist you. 


Late Registration 

1 . Late registration must be completed in person. 

2. You will be charged $25 for registering late. 

3. You will not be charged a late fee if you are registering 
for Weekend Intensive or Saturday classes. 


STEP THREE: Pay your tuition and 
fees (see page 22) 



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 


STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY 

Each student is responsible for conforming with 
regulations in the Avila College catalog. Therefore it is 
important for each student to remain currently informed 
throughout the period of enrollment. 

The primary responsibility for meeting graduation 
requirements rests with the student. Degree requirements 
are subject to change. It is the student’s responsibility to 
be informed of applicable requirements. Faculty advisors 
and personnel are available to provide guidance. 


EXCHANGE PROGRAMS 

Area Exchange Program 

If you enroll at Avila College you also have access to the 
curricular offerings of many other colleges and universities 
in metropolitan Kansas City. If you are a full-time, 
undergraduate student ( 12 or more credit hours) at 
Avila, you may take one course per semester at other 
area campuses at no additional tuition costs after prior 
certification of status by the Registrar at Avila College. 

Participating institutions are: Avila College, Central 
Missouri State University, Kansas City Art Institute, 
Longview Community College, Maple Woods 
Community College, Park College, Penn Valley 
Community College, Rockhurst College, and 
University of Missouri-Kansas City. 

Colleges/universities that participate in the Area 
Exchange Program may have specific guidelines or 
limitations. Please contact the institution you plan to 
attend for more information. 

Carondelet Colleges Exchange Program 

See Registrar for details. 


SCHEDULE CHANGES AND COURSE 
WITHDRAWALS (ADD/DROP) 

Schedule changes and course withdrawals are official 
when forms that are available in the Registrar’s Office 
have been processed and returned to the Registrar’s 
Office. Attending or ceasing to attend classes does not 
constitute official enrollment or withdrawal. If you do 
not officially withdraw from a course by the published 
deadlines, you will receive a final grade of "F”. The fee 
for each change is $15. 




FALL 


FINANCIAL INFORMATION 


PAYMENT PLANS 

1 ) Select your method of payment 

Payment in full 

1. Avila College accepts S© 

cash, personal checks, and money orders. 

Deferred Payment Plan 

1. For details about the Avila College Deferred 
Payment Plan, contact the Business Office in Blasco 
Hall at (816) 942-8400 ext. 3700. 

2. To he eligible, all tuition, fees, etc. from previous 
semesters must be paid in full. 

3. You are responsible for the total charges even if some 
portion of the payment is deferred. 

4. Forms are mailed with the tuition statement. 

5. If you wish to participate, sign and return the 
Deferred Payment Plan Agreement form to the 
Business Office in Blasco Hall. If for some reason you 
do not return it, by making the first payment of the 
Deferred Payment Plan you are indicating that you 
accept all of the conditions of the plan. 

6. There is a $35 plan fee per semester. 

7. A late payment penalty of $15 will be charged for 
each payment not paid on or before the due date. 

8. If you register prior to August 1 , 1997, make sure at 
least 25% of your tuition and fees is received in the 
Avila College Business Office in Blasco Hall no later 
than August 8, 1997. The balance is payable in three 
equal installments due September 30, October 31, 
December 1, 1997. Financial Aid papers, if applicable, 
must be signed in the Business Office during the first 
week of classes. 

9. If you register after August 1, 1997 make sure at 
least 25% of your tuition and fees is paid at the time of 
registration. Financial Aid papers, if applicable, must 
be signed in the Business Office during the first week 
of classes. The balance is payable in three equal 
installments due September 30, October 31, 

December 1, 1997. Financial Aid papers, if applicable, 
must be signed in the Business Office during the first 
week of classes. 

10. Failure to remit your first payment due in the 
Business Office will result in cancellation of your 
registration. You may be reinstated by paying a rein- 
statement fee and completing the proper form 
available in the Registrar’s Office. However, your 
original classes cannot be guaranteed. 

Financial aid and loans 

1. Financial aid, including loans, must be fully 
processed and loan checks or disbursing dates 
thereof must be on record in the Business Office at 
registration time to be considered as reducing the 
balance due. If this is not the case, you will be 
responsible on the due date for the payment that is due. 

2. Where loans are involved, the proceeds must be 
applied to any balance due. Students may call the 
Business Office at (816) 942-8400 ext. 3700 to verify if 
their proceeds have arrived. A postcard will be mailed 
to you from the Financial Aid Office when the loan 
proceeds are received. Credit balances on accounts 
will be returned as noted below. 

3. Registration charges are audited by Business Office 
personnel. Students are responsible for any balance 
owed due to an assessing error. 


4- Federal Perkins Loan recipients must come to the 
Business Office and sign the loan papers before the 
loan will appear on their statement. The loan proceeds 
will be used in the calculation of the deferred payment 
agreement for August 1997. Loan papers not signed 
before the September deferred payment date will 
increase the amount owed on the September, 

October and November payments until the loan 
papers are signed and could incur Late Payment Charges. 

2) Obtain your student identification card 

• If you are a full-time student, you may get your card 
in the Student Affairs Office in Marian Center. 

• If you are a part-time student, you may get your card 
in the Business Office in Blasco Hall. 

TUITION AND FEES 


• Tuition and fees are the same for audited courses as 
they are for credit courses. 

• Previous semester charges must be paid in full before 
registering for this semester. 

Avila accepts 35 ^5 


Full-Time Students (12-18 hours) 

• Tuition $5,350.00 

• Student Center & Activity Fee 50.00 

• Technology Fee 30.00 

• Tuition per semester hour over 18 hours 

(or 19 hours if 19th hour is choir) 235.00 

Part-Time & Audit Students (1-1 1 hours) 

• Tuition per credit hour 235.00 

• Student Center & Activity fee per credit hour 1.00 

• Technology Fee per credit hour 2.00 

Graduate Credit 

• Tuition for graduate classes per credit hour 280.00 

• Student Center & Activity fee per credit hour 1.00 

• Technology Fee per credit hour 2.00 

Dual Enrollee Student 


• 50 percent of current tuition per credit hour 
Students 55 Years & Older (excluding graduate credit) 


We require verification of your age. 

• Full-Time Tuition ( 12-18 hours) 2,675.00 

• Full-Time Technology Fee 30.00 

• Part-Time Tuition per credit hour 117.50 

• Part-Time Technology Fee per credit hour 2.00 

Continuing Education Units (CEU) 

• Undergraduate classes per credit hour $122.50 

• Students age 55 & older 63.75 

• Graduate classes per credit hour 145.00 

Nontraditional credit 

• College Level Examination $20.00 

Program (CLEP), per credit hour 

• Departmental Examination 30 percent of current 

tuition per credit hour 


• Experiential Learning 30 percent of current 

tuition per credit hour 

Other expenses per semester 

The following fees apply to full- and part-time students 

• Change of Program 15.00 

• Deferred Payment Plan 35.00 

• Late Degree Application Filing Fee 10.00 


Graduation Fee 70.00 

Insurance for 12 months (optional) 

All international students are required to verify 
health insurance coverage. 

Lab Fees (refer to courses) 

Late Payment Penalty 15.00 

Late Registration Fee 25.00 

Does not include registering for 
Weekend Intensive or Saturday courses 
Returned Check Fee 20.00 

Returned check payment must he made in cash, money 
order, certified check or similar item plus the fee. 
Transcript Re-evaluation Fee 5.00 

Reinstatement Fee 25.00 

Room & Board 

Double 2,200.00 

Private (if available) 2,650.00 

Special Course Fees (refer to courses) 

Transcripts 2.00 

Transcripts must be requested in uriting. Official transcripts 
are forwarded by direct mail to other institutions. They bear 
the college seal arrd the signature of the Registrar. Unofficial 
transcripts are issued to students for personal use. Please 
allow at least 24 hours for transcripts to be processed. 


Music fees and private lessons, per semester 
Private lessons, which may be taken for credit or not, are 
available in voice and piano. Check with Humanities 
Department, ext. 2289, BEFORE registration for proper 
course number and lesson time. 


• Full-time or part-time Avila student 


Noncredit (30 min. weekly) 

$210.00 

Noncredit (45 min. weekly) 

300.00 

Noncredit (60 min. weekly) 

345.00 

Credit (45 min. weekly) 

175.00 

Credit (60 min. weekly) 

200.00 

Non-Avila Student 

30 min. weekly 

210.00 

45 min. weekly 

300.00 

60 min. weekly 

345.00 


TUITION ADJUSTMENTS 

Note: First day of classes-Monday , August 25, 1997 

In any instance of adding, dropping or withdrawing as 
noted below, the student must complete a Change of 
Program Form available in the Registrar’s Office and must 
process and return the form to the Registrar’s Office for the 
transaction to be complete. The date the form is returned 
to the Registrar is the date of the transaction. The time 
periods for the adjustments commence with the first day of 
classes according to the academic calendar and not the 
beginning date of the individual courses. Laboratory fees are 
not refundable. Tuition will be adjusted for full-time and 
part-time students in accordance with the student’s 
classification as either a ‘first-time student at Avila’ or ‘all 
other student’ status. The following procedures will be used: 

• Cancellation of Registration 

Prior to the start of classes and the first seven calendar 
days of the semester, a cancellation of registration will 
result in the cancellation of all tuition and fees. A fee 
($100 for full-time; $25 for part-time) will be charged. 
Cancellation of registration is a complete withdrawal 
from the college and no records will be kept. To cancel 
registration, a Change of Program Form available in the 
Registrar’s Office must be processed and returned to the 
Registrar’s Office during the first seven days of classes. 



• Withdrawal From All Classes 

I. TUITION ADJUSTMENT FOR THE FIRST - 
TIME Student at Avila processing a complete 
withdrawal from the college will follow Federal pro- 
rata refund procedures which provide for 
adjustments up through the first 60% of the term as 
calculated by weeks. After the 60% period there will 
he no reduction of the original charges and they are 
due and payable. The calculation is made using 
weeks remaining divided by the total number of 
weeks in the term and rounding the result 
downward to the nearest whole 10%. An 
administrative fee ($100 for full-time or $25 for 
part-time) will also be charged. 

II. Tuition adjustment for ALL OTHER STUDENTS 
processing a complete withdrawal from the college: 

1 through 7 calendar days 100% 

Withdrawal fee applies: 

$ 1 00 for full-time 
$25 for part-time 

8 through 14 calendar days 75% 

1 5 through 21 calendar days 50% 

22 through 28 calendar days 25% 

After the twenty-eighth calendar day there will be no reduction 
of the original charges and they are due and payable. 

• Change in Status From Full-Time to Part-Time 

Prior to the start of classes and the first seven calendar 
days of the semester, tuition will he re-assessed at the 
part-time rate. After seven calendar days there will he 
no tuition reduction and the original charges will be 
due and payable. The Change of Program must be 
processed and returned to the Registrar’s Office during 
this seven day period. 

If any tuition reduction results in an overpayment, the 
appropriate refund will be made following the Avila 
refund policies. Where federal financial aid or federally 
guaranteed monies are involved, the federal regulations 
relating to refunds will be integrated with the Avila 
policies. If any tuition reduction results in the student’s 
still owing Avila, it will be due and payable. 

Credit balance returns 

Credit balances may be requested at the Business Office 
anytime after the second day of classes. In instances where 
credit balances are created by funds paid from outside 
sources (such as business, government and banks), the 
money must first be received by the college in order to issue 
a disbursement check to the student. An authorization to 
bill an outside source does not create a credit balance. 
Checks will be issued after the fourteenth day of classes, 
provided the request was received five to seven days prior to 
the refund date. Requests received after the second week of 
classes will be ready within seven days. Federal Perkins 
Loan papers must be signed during the first 4 calendar days 
of classes to have the loan proceeds included in any credit 
balance returns. The loan proceeds will appear on your 
statement after the Promissory Note has been completed. 

1. $300 or less 

The entire amount will he returned at one time. 

2. Any amount over $300 

$300 will be returned initially and the remaining balance 
may be requested during the fifth week of the semester. 

3. Federal Stafford Loan, Federal Unsubsidized 
Stafford Loan and/or Perkins Loan recipients 

A. Please remember: Loans of any type must be 
repaid whether or not you graduate or are satisfied 
with the education you receive. Borrow wisely! 

B. For first-year, first-time undergraduate borrowers 

regulations require that the college hold the loan 
checks until thirty days have expired from the first day 
of classes. At that time, after class attendance and 
academic progress have been verified, loan checks may 
be endorsed by the student and any resulting credit 
balance checks will be ready no later than seven 
working days after the loan check is endorsed. 

C. For all other borrowers 

The Avila College regulations will not permit credit 
balances generated by these loans to be returned until 


classes have begun and attendance has been verified. 
When the loan check is endorsed before classes begin 
or through the first seven days of classes, the credit 
balance check will not be ready until the fourteenth 
day of classes. It the loan check is endorsed after the 
seventh day of classes, the credit balance check will 
take approximately seven working days to issue. 

Residence Hall refund 

See the Avila College Catalog for a description of the 
Residence Hall Refund Policy. 

Appeal Policy 

Students or parents who feel that their individual 
circumstances warrant an exception from the above 
stated refund policy may appeal in writing. The appeal 
should include a statement of the exception being 
requested, an explanation as to why an exception should 
he granted, and appropriate materials to support the 
request for the exception. The appeal and supporting 
materials should be sent to Dr. Esther Ray Mills, 
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Avila College, 

1 1901 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO 64145. Once all 
appeal materials are complete in the Dean’s Office, a 
decision will be made within 14 calendar days. 

Financial aid 

Requirements: Free Application for Federal Student Aid 
(FAFSA), Avila Financial Aid Data Sheet, 1996 tax 
retum(s), verification form. Early application is 
advantageous. All aid applicants must be accepted for 
admission to the college before an award is made. All 
students are encouraged to apply for all types of financial 
assistance. Special circumstances may be explained in 
writing and will be considered on an individual basis. 
Awards available: Federal Pell Grant, Federal SEOG, 
Federal Work-Study Program, Federal Perkins Loan, 
Federal Stafford Loan and Federal Unsubsidized Stafford 
Loan, Missouri Student Grant, Missouri “Bright Flight” 
Scholarship, President’s Scholarship, St. Teresa of Avila 
Award, Athletic and Performance Grants, Leadership and 
Christian Service Grants, Art and Prerned Focus Grants, 
Dependents of Alumni Grants, Family Grants, Avila 
Need-Based and Residence Grants, Avila Work Program. 

OTHER INFORMATION 

Grading system 

Grades 

A - Superior 
B - Above Average 
C - Average 
D - Below Average 
F - Failing 

Grade Point Average 

The basis for determining the academic standing is the 
point-hour ratio. The Grade Point Average (GPA) is 
obtained by dividing the total number of grade points by 
the total number of semester hours, including transfer 
credits, but excluding grading assessments of W, AU, 
CR/NC, and I. Transcript letter grades may be assigned 
with + or -, but grade points will reflect only the letter 
grade in computation of the GPA. All grades for courses 
retaken will be displayed on the transcript, but only the 
most recent grade will be averaged into the GPA. 

W-Withdrawal prior to eleventh week of classes. 

AU-Audit. Courses may be taken for audit with the 
approval of the instructor. Students may change a credit 
course to audit prior to the eleventh week of classes; 
students may also change an audit course to credit with 
the permission of the instructor prior to the SECOND 
week of classes. Use “Change of Program” (add/drop) 
form. Students auditing a course are required to meet the 
attendance and participation requirements of the course. 

If these requirements are not met, students will be 
withdrawn from the course by the instructor. A final grade 
of “AU” is recorded on the transcript. 

CR/NC-Credit/No Credit . A grade of CR, Credit, 
indicates that a student has successfully fulfilled all the 
requirements of a course. This option must be contracted 


Points Per Semester Hours 

4 

3 

2 

1 

0 



with the instructor during the first week of a semester- 
long course. A student may choose up to 12 credit hours 
for this grading option excluding those hours designated 
by the department as Credit/No Credit. 

Note: For weekend courses, see policy under section of 
"Evening/Saturday’’ and "Weekend Classes.” 

I — Incomplete. Course work required for a grade must be 
completed within six weeks after the close of a session 
unless a shorter time is stipulated by the instructor; if not, 
the Incomplete will be changed to a grade of “F”. Student 
and instructor must complete the Incomplete Grade 
Contract prior to end of the course. Contracts are available 
in the Registrar’s Office. 

INCOMPLETE (I) GRADE - 
ASSIGNING AND 
PROCESSING 

A grade of I (Incomplete) is given only after a student has 
contacted the instructor and has received permission for 
an extension of time within the six-week limit to complete 
the course work. Sufficient evidence such as illness, etc. 
must be presented before the request for Incomplete will be 
considered. 

Steps to be taken in assigning and changing a grade of 
Incomplete to a letter grade: 

1 . Student must contact instructor and receive permission 
to receive an Incomplete grade. 

2. It the instructor agrees to assign an Incomplete grade, the 
Incomplete Grade Contract (available in the Registrar’s 
Office) must be signed by the student and the instructor 
and presented to the Registrar’s Office with the final 
grade sheets. A definite date will be set within the six- 
week period for the student to submit completed course 
work. 

3. When work is completed, the student must process a 
Change of Incomplete Grade Form (available in the 
Registrar’s Office) and pay the $5 fee in the 
Business Office. 

4. Student submits the Change of Incomplete Grade Form 
with the completed course work to the instructor. 

5. The instructor will record the final grade and return the 
form to the Registrar’s Office. The Registrar’s Office 
will forward the new grade to the student by mail. 

6. After the six-week period, work for an Incomplete grade 
is no longer accepted. 

PUBLICATION OF 
STUDENT INFORMATION 

Avila College does not release the address, telephone 
number or registration status of a student to anyone outside 
the college. Avila College will publish the name of a 
student in the following publications, whenever applicable: 

• Commencement Program 

• Dean’s List Honors Program 

• Hometown newspaper whenever 

an honor is received 

It a student does not wish his/her name to be published, 
the student must contact the Registrar’s Office in 
writing and request that his/her name be omitted. 


FALL 


ADVISORS 


UNDERGRADUATE 


ADVISORS 

College phone extensions are in 

parentheses . 

Accounting 


All new students admitted 


Fall 96 and after 

Doris Frede (2325) 

A-G 

Doris Frede (2325) 

H-Z 

Bonnie Givens (2395) 

Anthropology (minor only)- 

Dona Neuman (2241) 

Art 


Art 

Susan Lawlor (2362) 

Art Education 

....George Chrisman (2259) 

Biology 

Steve Daggett (2389) 

Business 


All new students admitted 


Fall 96 and after 

Doris Frede (2325) 

Students admitted prior to Fall 96 

Business Administration 


A-M 

Brian Buckler (2323) 

N-Z 

Robert Gay (2324) 

Finance 

Robert Gay (2324) 

General Management 

Richard Woodall (2320) 

Information Science 

Pat Kopp (2212) 

International Business 

John Shoenhair (2256) 

Marketing 

Brian Buckler (2323) 

Minor- Business 

BU/EC Staff (2320) 

Chemistry 

Mark Seelbinder(2351) 

Communication 


A-L 

Dotty Hamilton (2246) 

M-Z 

Steve Iliff (2363) 

Computer Science/Mathematics 

Computer/Mathematics .... 

Beth Henkle (2285) 

Computer Science (minor only) Pat Kopp (2212) 

Education 


Elementary 


A-L 

Laura Sloan (2261 ) 

M-Z 

Karen Garber (2265) 

Special Education 


MH, BD.&LD 

Fred Geer (2269) 

Middle School Education/Secondary minors 

and certification 
A-M 

Reulan Levin (2431 ) 

N-Z 

Sue McCalley (2433) 

English 


A-L 

Mary Scott (2233) 

M-Z 

Nancy Cervetti (2252) 

General Studies 


Humanities 

Carol Coburn (2289) 

Social/Behavioral Science 

David Wissmann (2243) 



Gerontology (minor only) 
History 

A-L 

M-Z 


Mathematics 

Medical Technology 
Music 

Natural Science 

Clinical Lab Science 
Unified Science 


...Dona Neuman (2241 ) 

Sherry Schirmer (2249) 
Jeffrey Myers (2245) 


...Doris Frede (2325) 
...Judy Gibbs (2244) 
...Judy Gibbs (2244) 

Beth Henkle (2285) 

Elaine Hostetler (2387) 

..Cynthia Hukill (2419) 

...Eric Anderson (2222) 
Elaine Hostetler (2387) 
...Eric Anderson (2222) 


Legal Studies (Paralegal Program) 
All new students admitted 

Fall 96 and after 

Legal Assistant/Paralegal 

Certificate 


Nursing 

First Year Pre-nursing, Projected Clinical Year 99 

Avila Freshmen 97 


A-O Dianne Bell (2254) 

P-Z Mark Seelbinder (2351) 

Other Students Brenda Patzel (2238) 


Second Year Pre-nursing, Projected Clinical Year 98 

Avila Freshmen 96 


A-O Dianne Bell (2254) 

P-Z Mark Seelbinder (2351) 

Other Students Lonna Boen (2288) 


Third Year Nursing with Clinical Placement 

Avila Freshmen 95 


A-G 

Irene Nieland (2282) 

H-M 

Twila Brown (2403) 

N-Z 

Patjamerson (2333) 

Other Students 

Michele Hinds (2287) 

Fourth Year Nursing with Clinical Placement 

A-G 

Irene Nieland (2282) 

H-M 

Twila Brown (2403) 

N-Z 

Patjamerson (2333) 

RNB students 

Susan Fetsch (2271) 

New Admitted Students 

Susan Fetsch (2271) 


Philosophy (minor only)- 

S. Ruth Stuckel (2407) 

Political Science 

John Theis (2247) 

Premedicine 

Larry Sullivan (2255) 

Psychology 

A-G 

H-L 

M-Z 

Stephen Sirridge (2262) 

Cathy Bogart (2267) 

Frank Yeatman (2264) 

Radiologic Technology 

BS Program 

Radiation Therapy 

RT Degree Completion 

Carole Urbanski (2224) 

Carole Urbanski (2224) 

Carole Urbanski (2224) 

Respiratory Therapy 
(upward mobility only) 

Larry Sullivan (2255) 

Social Work 

Roena Haynie (2242) 

Sociology 

Dona Neuman (2241) 

Theater 

B.A 

B.F.A. 

Acting/Producing/ 

Directing 

Technical Theater .... 

Lori Bush Whitsitt (2291) 

Charlene Gould (2411) 

Lori Bush Whitsitt (2291) 

Theology 

A-L 

M-Z 

Mary Hynes (2406) 

S. Mary McGlone (2405) 

Undeclared Majors 

A-F 

G-L 

M-R 

S-Z 

S. Mary McGlone (2405) 

Mary Hynes (2406) 

S. Ruth Stuckel (2407) 

David Wissmann (2243) 

Women’s Studies (minor 

only) ...Nancy Cervetti (2252) 


GRADUATE ADVISORS 

College phone extensions are in parentheses. 

Master of Business Administration 

Full-time MBA, Pre-MBA Wendy Acker (2321) 

Part-time MBA 

A-L John Shoenhair (2256) 

M-Z Wendy Acker (2321) 


Master of Science in Education 
All students S. Marie Georgette Eschbacher (2207) 


Master of Science in Counseling Psychology 


A-G Stephen Sirridge (2262) 

H-L Cathy Bogart (2267) 

M-Z Frank Yeatman (2264) 


FALL 


CALENDARS 


All offices will be closed on these dates: 

Good Friday 
Off Campus Meeting 
Memorial Day 
Independence Day 
Labor Day 
Thanksgiving 
Christmas 
New Year’s Day 

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday 
Offices will be closed for faculty /staff meetings and all-campus 
events. Signs will be posted on office doors. 


March 28, 1997 
May 23, 1997 
May 26, 1997 
July 4, 1997 
Sept. 1 , 1997 
Nov. 27-28, 1997 
Dec. 24-26, 1997 
January 1, 1998 
January 19, 1998 


ADVISING DATES 

Current and New Students 

Advising by appointment only 

March 31-May 30 • August 18, 20-22 

No advising, May 12-16, 22, 23, and 26 

New Students Only 

Additional advising by appointment only 

June 2-July 25 

New Admitted Students Only 

Special Advising days 

April 19 S July 12 S August 8 F 

June 7 S July 30 W August 15 F 

REGISTRATION DATES 

Current Students Only - In-person Registration 

10 a.m.-5 p.m. 

April 14 M 

Seniors and Certification Students 

April 15 T 

Seniors , Juniors and Certification Students 

April 16 W 

Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Certification Students 

April 17 TH 

Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen and Certification Students 

April 18 F 

All Students 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

Current and New Students 

BI" Telephone Registration 

(816) 9 42-8400, ext. 2209 or 2210 10 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F 

April 2 1 -August 8 

In-person Registration 
April 21 -August 15 • 10 a. m. -5 p.m. M-F 
August 18-21 • 10 a. m. -6: 15 p.m. M -TH 
August 22 • 7 a.m.-5 p.m. F 
August 25-28 • 10 a. m. -6: 15 p.m. M -TH 
Day/Evening Late Registration and fee applies 
August 29 • 10 a.m. -5 p.m. F 
Day/Evening Late Registration and fee applies 

Current and New Students 

Special Days-Special Flours 
In-person and Telephone Registration 

Tuesdays 1 0 a.m.-6: 1 5 p.m. • April 22, 29, May 6, I 3 

Fridays 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 30, August 8, 15, 22 
(telephone registration ends August 8) 

New Admitted Students Only 

Special Days-Special Flours 

Saturdays 10 a.m.-3 p.m. • April 19, June 7, July 12 


GRADUATE STUDENTS may register any of 

the dates/times of registration. Contact graduate advisor or 
department for further details. 


FALL 97 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 

August 18-21 

M-TH 

In-person registration, 10 a.m-6:15 p.m. 

August 22 

F 

Residence halls open, 1 p.m. In-person registration 7 a.m.-5 p.m. only 

August 25-28 

M-TH 

Day/evening late registration, 10 a.m.-6:l 5 p.m. in person only: Late fee applies 

August 25 

M 

Day/Evening classes begin. 

August 29 

F 

Last Day to register for (or add) classes or change sections: Day and Evening 
Classes before 2nd class meets: Last day to choose credit/no credit grade option; 



Last day to receive 100% refund* 

Day/evening late registration 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Late fee applies 

September 1 

M 

Labor Day, No Classes 

September 5 

F 

Last Day to change “I” (Incomplete) grade from Summer Session 1997 
Last day to receive 75% refund* 

September 5 & 6 

F-S 

Weekend Intensive and Saturday classes begin. 

September 8 

M 

Experiential Credit Statement of Intent due Academic Dean’s Office 

September 12 

F 

Last Day to file formal request to appeal a grade received in Spring or Summer 1 997 
Last day to receive 50% refund* 

September 19 

F 

Last day to receive 25% refund* 

September 26 

F 

File application for degree for May 1998 candidates & summer candidates who 
wish to participate in May 1998 Ceremony. There is a $10 late fee after this date. 

October 17 

F 

Avila Day, No Classes 

October 20 

M 

Experiential Credit portfolio due Academic Dean’s Office 

October 27 

M 

Advising begins for Spring classes. 

October 3 1 

F 

Last day to change to audit or drop semester long Day and Evening classes 

November 17 

M 

Registration begins for Spring classes. 

November 25 

T 

Academic advising ends for currently enrolled students until January 5, 1998. 

November 26 

W 

Residence halls close; Last Meal, Breakfast 

November 26-30 

W-SU 

Thanksgiving Break 

November 30 

su 

Residence halls open; First Meal, Dinner 

December 15-18 

M-TH 

Final Week Sessions 

December 19 

F 

End of Fall Semester; Residence halls close; Last Meal, Breakfast 

January 18 

SU 

Residence halls open; First Meal, Dinner 

January 20 

T 

Spring classes begin. 

January 30 

F 

Last day to change “1” (Incomplete) grade from Fall Semester, 1997 

* First time students to Avila, see p. 23 for tuition adjustment policy. 

FALL 97 FINAL EXAMS SCHEDULE (December 15 - 18 , 1997) 

If your class meets: 


Then your final will be 

8-8:50 a.m. 

MWF 

M Dec. 15 8-9:50 a.m. 

9-9:50 a.m. 

MWF 

W Dec. 17 8-9:50 a.m. 

10-10:50 a.m. 

MWF 

M Dec. 15 10-ll:50a.m. 

11-1 1:50 a.m. 

MWF 

W Dec. 17 10-11:50 a.m. 

1 2:30-1:20 p.m. 

MWF 

M Dec. 15 1-2:50 p.m. 

9-10:15 a.m. 

MW 

W Dec. 17 8-9:50 a.m. 

10:30-11:45 a.m. 

MW 

M Dec. 15 10-ll:50a.m. 

12:30-1:45 p.m. 

MW 

M Dec. 15 1-2:50 p.m. 

2-3:15 p.m. 

MW 

W Dec. 17 1-2:50 p.m. 

3-4:45 p.m. 

MW 

M Dec. 15 3-4:50 p.m. 


10 a.m.-12:40 p.m. 

F 

M Dec. 15 10-1 1:50 a.m. 


8-9:15 a.m. 

T/TH 

TU Dec. 16 8-9:50 a.m. 

9:30-10:45 a.m. 

T/TH 

TU Dec. 16 10-1 1:50 a.m. 

1 1 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 

T/TH 

TH Dec. 18 10-ll:50a.m. 

1-2:1 5 p.m. 

T/TH 

TU Dec. 16 1-2:50 p.m. 

2:30-3:45 p.m. 

T/TH 

TH Dec. 18 1-2:50 p.m. 

4-5:15 p.m. 

T/TH 

TH Dec. 18 3-4:50 p.m. 


4-5:40/6:30 p.m. 

TU 

TU Dec. 16 3-4:50 p.m. 

4-5:40 p.m. 

W 

W Dec. 17 3-4:50 p.m. 

7-9:30 p.m. 

TH 

TH Dec. 18 7-8:50 p.m. 


6-8:40 p.m. 

M 

M Dec. 15 6-7:50 p.m. 

6-8:40 p.m. 

TU 

TU Dec. 16 6-7:50 p.m. 

6-8:40 p.m. 

W 

W Dec. 17 6-7:50 p.m. 

6-8:40 p.m. 

TH 

TH Dec. 18 6-7:50 p.m. 




1 1 8 th Street 



1 BLASCO HALL administrative offices, 
Admissions, Registrar, Business, 
Financial Aid, Student Resource Center. 

2 BORSERINE CENTER offices, 
lounges, learning lab tor nursing 
students and faculty, conference room, 
classrooms (300— 400s). 


3 


GOPPERT THEATER thrust stage 
and seating capacity of 500. 


4 MARIAN CENTER student center 
with dining hall, snack bar, lounges, 
student government offices, bookstore. 


5 


CARONDELET HALL residence hall. 


6 HODES EDUCATION CENTER 

lower level of Carondelet Hall, 
education and psychology faculty, 

Montessori School, classrooms (700s). 

7 FOYLE HALL residence hall for 
Sisters of Saint Joseph, Orscheln 
Memorial Chapel, Campus Ministry Office. 


8 


RIDGWAY HALL residence hall. 


9 ART CENTER lower level of Ridgway 
Hall, studios, outdoor sculpture garden. 

T /'NO’RIELLY HALL primary 
X\»/ academic building with science 
laboratories, lecture hall, computers, 
laboratories, Evening/Weekend Office, 
classrooms (100-200s). 

n WHITFIELD CENTER lower level 
of Hooley-Bundschu Library, faculty 
offices, Continuing Education, Women’s 
Programs, Business Department, Whitfield 
Conference Center, classrooms (500s). 

1 'l THORNHILL ART GALLERY 

X lower level of Hooley-Bundschu 
Library, exhibits student, faculty and 
professional work. 


13 


HOOLEY-BUNDSCHU 
LIBRARY 68,000 volumes. 


A A MABEE FIELDHOUSE contains 
X | gymnasium, equipment, men's and 
women's locker rooms, weight room, 
athletic offices. 

A r THOMAS R. ZARDA FAMILY 
13 ATHLETIC COMPLEX soccer, 
baseball, softball fields. 

A /'DALLAVIS CENTER offices, 

X\J communication center with television 
studio, audio-video editing facilities, art 
studios, photography lab, classrooms (800’s). 


AMIIA 


COLLEGE 


Office of Admissions 

11901 Wornall Road, Kansas City, MO 64145 
816-942-8400, ext. 3500 or 
1 -800-GO-AVILA 

Internet: Admissions@mail.Avila.edu