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Unformatted text preview: LIU Post 2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin LIU Post 2016 - 2017 Undergraduate Bulletin 720 Northern Blvd, Brookville, New York 11548 General Information: 516-299-2000 Admissions: 516-299-2900 Email: [email protected] Notice to Students: The information in this publication is accurate as of September 1, 2016. However, circumstances may require that a given course be withdrawn or alternate offerings be made. Therefore, LIU reserves the right to amend the courses described herein and cannot guarantee enrollment into any specific course section. All applicants are reminded that the University is subject to policies promulgated by its Board of Trustees, as well as New York State and federal regulation. The University therefore reserves the right to effect changes in the curriculum, administration, tuition and fees, academic schedule, program offerings and other phases of school activity, at any time, without prior notice. The University assumes no liability for interruption of classes or other instructional activities due to fire, flood, strike, war or other force majeure. The University expects each student to be knowledgeable about the information presented in this bulletin and other official publications pertaining to his/her course of study and campus life. For additional information or specific degree requirements, prospective students should call the campus Admissions Office. Registered students should speak with their advisors. Bulletin 2016 - 2017 TABLE OF CONTENTS CORE CURRICULUM 26 Competency Requirements 27 LIU 4 Core Courses 27 ABOUT LIU POST 5 Requirements for Transfer Students 29 Mission Statement 5 Writing Across the Curriculum 29 Overview 5 REGISTRATION 30 Faculty 5 Course Registration 30 University Policies 5 Program Changes 30 DIRECTORY 6 Graduate Courses Open tp Undergraduates 30 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2016-2017 8 Admission of Undergraduate Students to Graduate Programs 30 ADMISSION 10 Individual Instruction Classes 30 General Information 10 Maintenance of Matriculation 30 Notification of Application Status 10 Leave of Absence 30 Freshman Admission 10 Withdrawal 31 Advanced Standing 10 Audit Policy 31 High School Scholars Program 11 Transcript Requests 31 High School Enrichment Program 11 TUITION AND FEES 32 Program for Academic Success (PAS) 11 Rate Schedule 32 Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) 11 Residence Life Rates 32 Work-based Learning 11 Financial Policies 32 Transfer Admission 11 Payment Plans 34 Readmission 12 Student Health Insurance 34 International Admission 12 FINANCIAL AID 35 Visiting Students 12 Application Process 35 New York State Immunization Law 13 Awards 35 Graduation Rate 13 Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) 37 LIU POST HONORS COLLEGE 14 CAMPUS LIFE AT LIU POST 39 ACADEMIC POLICY 21 Athletics 39 Undergraduate Degrees 21 Club Sports 39 Dual Degrees 21 Community Service and Interfaith Center 39 Academic Load and Class Standing 21 Community Standards and Civic Engagement 39 Grading and Quality Points 21 Greek Life 39 Dean's and Honor's Lists 22 Living on Campus 39 Attendance 22 Public Safety 40 Absence from Final Examination 22 Recreational Sports 40 Academic Probation, Suspension and Dismissal 22 Student Government Association (SGA) 40 Graduation and Diplomas 23 LIU POST FACILITIES 41 Student Conduct 23 Benjamin and Elizabeth Abrams Communication Center 41 Academic Conduct Policy 23 Center for Healthy Living 41 Appeals Process 24 Communication and Film Department Labs 41 Additional Academic Policies 24 Digital Art and Design Lab 41 Criminal Background and Drug Testing 24 Digital Games Lab 41 Related Curricular Matters 24 Hillwood Commons 41 LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 Page 2 LIU Post Jerrold Mark Ladge Speech and Hearing Center 41 Curriculum and Instruction LIU Post Community Arboretum 41 Design and Digital Technologies 66 Music Technology Laboratory 42 Earth and Environmental Science 213 Pratt Fitness and Recreation Center 42 Economics 228 Psychological Services Center 42 English 234 Steinberg Museum of Art 42 Finance 366 Student-Run Businesses 42 Foreign Languages 258 Tilles Center for the Performing Arts 42 Health Care and Public Administration 290 Winnick Student Center 42 Health Sciences 411 STUDENT SERVICES AND RESOURCES 44 Health, Physical Education and Movement Science 174 Bookstore 44 History 296 Disability Support Services 44 Interdisciplinary Studies Program 308 Enrollment Services 44 Management 372 Information Technology 46 Marketing and International Business 379 Intensive English Program for International Students 46 Mathematics 311 Learning Support Center 47 Music LIU Promise 47 Nursing 425 Veteran and Military Affair Services 47 Nutrition 432 ACADEMIC HONOR SOCIETIES 48 Philosophy 320 LIU POST LIBRARY 51 Physics 326 COLLEGE OF ARTS, COMMUNICATIONS AND DESIGN 52 Political Science / International Studies 330 School of Visual Arts, Communications and Digital Technologies Professional Accountancy 388 School of Performing Arts Psychology 346 Social Work 439 Sociology and Anthropology 354 Special Education and Literacy 189 Theatre, Dance, and Arts Management 113 LIU POST MINORS 443 LIU POST APPROVED PROGRAMS 445 LIU TRUSTEES AND SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM 448 LIU POST FACULTY 449 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY 140 School of Education COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES 190 COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT 365 School of Business School of Computer Science, Innovation and Management Engineering School of Professional Accountancy SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND NURSING 145 91 403 PROGRAMS American Studies Art 191 53 Biology 193 Biomedical Sciences 405 Chemistry 201 Communication Sciences and Disorders 141 Communications and Film 73 Computer Science, Innovation and Management Engineering 393 Criminal Justice 207 Page 3 LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 Bulletin 2016 - 2017 LIU Accreditation and Program Registration Long Island University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104; 267-284-5000; website: . The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. The degree and certificate programs are approved and registered by the New York State Department of Education. LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 Page 4 LIU Post ABOUT LIU POST Mission Statement LIU Post is dedicated to meeting the needs and expanding the horizons of all its students, whether in the arts and sciences or in professional programs. LIU Post is committed to providing highly individualized educational experiences in every department and program, from the freshman year through advanced doctoral researchs. The emphasis on the student learner is evident in the faculty’s devotion to personal attention and innovative teaching methods; the intensive LIU Promise advisement system; and the University’s leadership in the field of engaged learning through cooperative education, internships, community service, study-abroad programs, research projects and artistic performance. Students benefit from the multi-campus resources of one of the nation’s largest private universities and from the unparalleled cultural and professional resources of New York City and Long Island. LIU Post students develop strong critical and expressive abilities, a sense of civic responsibility, and a mature understanding of the ideas, events and forces shaping the modern world. Overview Twenty-five miles east of New York City on Long Island’s historic Gold Coast, LIU Post is a leader in cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit. LIU Post's campus is built on the estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post, daughter of breakfast cereal creator Charles William Post and the architect of the Post company’s growth into General Foods. The Posts embodied ingenuity, determination, and courage – qualities that are living inspirations for the University’s faculty and students. Academic units include: the LIU Post Honors College, the College of Education, Information and Technology and its Palmer School of Library and Information Science; the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the School of Business, School of Professional Accountancy, and the School of Computer Science, Innovation, and Management Engineering (together comprising the College of Management); the School of Health Professions and Nursing; and the College of Arts, Communications and Design. LIU Post provides a rich variety of on-campus cultural events, with more than 1,000 events each year. These include plays and recitals, symphonies, dance performances, and rock and pop concerts by the world’s leading artists as well as art exhibits, lectures and conferences. The scenic, scholarly campus is home to the renowned Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, the Steinberg Museum of Art at Hillwood Commons, television station PTV, and radio station WCWP. LIU Post offers more than 200 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs taught Page 5 by world-class faculty. LIU Post also offers students access to student-run businesses, a hightech incubator to launch their own startups, and real-world experiential learning opportunities. LIU Post is recognized as one of the nation’s most beautiful academic settings, with sprawling green lawns, horse trails, and elegant red-brick academic buildings. The vibrant campus life includes residence halls for more than 1,600 students. The campus' award-winning cooperative education program is nationally renowned for its extensive career services. Twenty-three NCAA Division II men's and women's sports teams take advantage of LIU Post’s 70 acres of playing fields, including the new Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium, and their success has made LIU Post the top-ranked Division II athletic program in the East. Campus life includes a wide range of clubs and performing groups, a robust Greek life, and many other student activities. LIU Post's $18-million Pratt Fitness and Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art health and fitness facility featuring an eight-lane swimming pool, three full-size basketball courts, racquetball courts, and an elevated jogging track. Dining facilities and food service areas are available in several locations: The Arnold S. Winnick Student Center, located in the Residence Hall Quadrangle, contains a cafeteria and a banquet hall called the Gold Coast Room; Hillwood Commons offers a full-service cafeteria, as well as a Subway, End Zone, Twisted Taco and a Treat Shoppe. Other facilities include Bleecker Street, the Doll House, Pratt Smoothies and the Pioneer Wagon. ctus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-4213481. Faculty LIU Post is a teaching institution, and classroom instruction is its priority. Distinguished faculty members and world-class visiting professors educate LIU Post students. Approximately 90 percent of full-time faculty members hold the highest degree available in their field. The faculty also includes accomplished scholars and artists. LIU encourages and supports research and publication by faculty members. University Policies Long Island University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Ronald Edwards Title IX Coordinator Long Island University 700 Northern Boulevard Brookville, New York 11548 Phone: (516) 299-4236 For further information on notice of nondiscrimination, visit LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 Bulletin 2016 - 2017 DIRECTORY Department Name Phone Office Hours E-Mail Website Admissions - Undergraduate 516-299-2900 9 am to 7 pm; Mon - Thurs 9 am to 5 pm; Fri [email protected] Campus Life • Living on Campus • Student Programming and Involvement • International Student Programming • Community Service 516-299-3594 9 am to 7 pm; Mon-Thurs 9 am to 5 pm; Fri [email protected] College of Arts, Communication and Design 516-299-2395 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] College of Education, Information & Technology • Palmer School of Library and Information Science 516-299-2210 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 516-299-2233 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] College of Management • School of Business • School of Computer Science, Innovation, and Management Engineering • School of Professional Accountancy 516-299-3017 9am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] Honors College 516-299-2840 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] [email protected] School of Health Professions & 516-299-2485 Nursing 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] School of Professional and Continuing Education 516-299-2236 Post Hall, Room C1 9 am to 5 pm; Fridays [email protected] Dean of Students 516-299-3085 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] Enrollment Services • Financial Services • Registration • Academic Advising 516-299-2323 516-299-2746 Kumble Hall 9 am to 7 pm; Mon - Thurs 9 am to 5 pm; Fri [email protected] Facilities Services 516-299-2277 8 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri Healthy Living 516-299-3468 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] Interfaith Center 516-299-2416 [email protected] International Student Services 516-299-1452 [email protected] Learning Support Center 516-299-3057 8 am to 6 pm; Mon - Tues 8 am to 5 pm; Wed - Thurs 9 am to 5 pm; Fri [email protected] Library 516-299-2305 Vary by Semester Please Check Website [email protected] Pratt Fitness and Recreation Center 516-299-3608 Check Website Promise 516-299-3737 9 am to 7 pm; Mon-Thurs 9 am to 5 pm; Fri 9 am to 2 pm; Sat Colleges and Schools • Payments LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 [email protected] Page 6 LIU Post Public Safety 516-299-2222 - emergencies 516-299-2214 - nonemergencies 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri Emergencies - 24/7 [email protected] Technology Help Desk 516-299-3300 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] Tilles Center Box Office: 516-299-3100 Box Office 1 pm to 6 pm; Mon - Sat [email protected] Veteran & Military Affairs 516-299-2256 9 am to 5 pm; Mon - Fri [email protected] Page 7 LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 Bulletin 2016 - 2017 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2016-2017 Fall 2016 Classes Begin Last Day for Full Term Withdrawal April 25 Study/Snow Days/Alternate Class Days April 26-27 Final Examinations/Final Class Meetings April 28 - May 4 Commencement May 5 Conferral of May Degrees May 19 September 7 Add/Drop and Late Registration (instructor permission required to add Lab Science courses as of 9/15) September 7 - 20 Award of September Degrees September 16 Columbus Day - Administrative Offices Open - No Classes October 10 Registration Begins for Spring 2017 (tentative date) October 10 Last Day to File for January 2017 Degree October 14 Last Day to Opt P/F or Partial Withdrawal November 11 Thanksgiving Recess - No Classes November 23 - 27 5 week Session May 22 - June 23 10 week Session May 22 - July 28 12 week Session May 22 - August 11 Last Day of Regular Classes December 12 Add/Drop and Late Registration for 5 Week Session May 15-16 Last Day for Full Term Withdrawal December 12 Add/Drop and Late Registration for 10 and 12 Week Session May 15-21 Study/Snow Days/Alternate Class Days December 13 - 14 December 15 - 21 Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes (Make-up day - June 2) May 29 Final Examinations/Final Class Meetings Final Exam Make up Day (in the event of snow closure) December 22 Make-up day for Memorial Day June 2 December 22 Last Day to Opt P/F or Withdraw for Five Week Session* June 9 Term Ends Conferral of January Degrees January 20 Summer I Five Week Session Ends June 16 All classes must meet during the Final Examination period (for either a final exam or regular class meeting) in order to meet minimum contact hours required by NYSED. Summer 2017 SUMMER SESSION I Classes Begin All classes must meet during the Final Examination period (for either a final exam or regular class meeting) in order to meet minimum contact hours required by NYSED. Winter 2017 May 15 SUMMER SESSION II Classes Begin - 2nd 5 Week Session June 26 Add/Drop and Late Registration June 26 - 27 Classes Begin January 2 Independence Day Holiday - No Classes (Make up July 4 July 7) Add/Drop and Late Registration January 2 Make Up Day for Independence Day July 7 Classes End January 13 Last Day to file for September 2017 Degree July 7 Last Day to Opt P/F or Withdraw Five Week Session* July 21 Spring 2017 Classes Begin January 17 Ten Week Session Ends July 28 Summer II Five Week Session End July 28 SUMMER SESSION III Add/Drop and Late Registration (instructor permission required to add Lab Science courses as of 1/30) January 17 - 30 Awarding of January degrees January 20 Last Day to File for May 2017 Degree February 10 Presidents' Day - No Classes February 20 Tuesday follows a Monday Schedule February 21 Registration Begins for Summer 2017 (tentative) March 6 Spring Recess - No Classes March 13 - 17 Registration Begins for Fall 2017(tentative) March 20 Last Day to Opt P/F or Partial Withdrawal March 31 Last Day of Regular Classes April 25 Classes Begin - 3rd 5 Week Session July 31 Add/Drop and Late Registration July 31-August 1 Twelve Week Session Ends August 11 Last Day to Opt P/F or Withdraw Five Week Session* August 25 Summer III Five Week Session Ends LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 August 25 *Last day to withdraw from a class or elect Pass/Fail option is: 5 week session: One week prior to end of session 10 week session: Two weeks prior to end of session *Last day to withdraw from a class or elect Pass/Fail option is: 5 week session: One week prior to end of session 10 week session: Two weeks prior to end of session Page 8 LIU Post Weekend College 2016-2017 SESSION I, FALL 2016 A: 1st Sat. Seven Week Session September 10 - October 22 C: September 10-11; October 1 - 2; October 22 - 23 C - Off Campus: September 17 - 18; October 8 - 9; October 29 -30 G: 1st Sunday Seven Week Session September 11 - October 23 SESSION II, FALL 2016 - 17 A: 2nd Sat. Seven Week Session November 5- January 7(no class Nov.26/Dec 24/Dec 31) C: November 5 - 6; December 3 - 4 January 7 - 8 C - Off Campus: November 12 - 13; December 10 - 11 January 14 - 16 G: 2nd Sunday Seven Week Session November 6- January 8 (no class Nov.27/Dec 25/Jan 1) SESSION III, SPRING 2017 A: 1st Sat. Seven Week Session January 21 - March 4 C: January 21-22; February 11 - 12; March 4-5 C - Off Campus: January 28-29; February 18-19; March 11-12 G: 1st Sunday Seven Week Session January 22 - March 5 SESSION IV, SPRING 2017 A: 2nd Sat. Seven Week Session March 18- April 29 C: March 18-19; April 8-9; April 29-30 C - Off Campus: March 25-26; April 15-16; May 6-7 G: March 19 - April 30 SESSION V, SUMMER 2016 A: Seven Week Session June 24 - August 5 C: June 24 - 25; July 22 - 23 August 12 13 C - Off Campus: July 1 - 2; July 29 - 30; August 19 20 G: 1st Sunday Seven Week Session June 25 - August 6 Page 9 LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin 2016 - 2017 Bulletin 2016 - 2017 ADMISSION Requests for an admission application and related correspondence concerning admission should be directed to: Office of Admissions LIU Post 720 Northern Boulevard Brookville, New York 11548-1300 Telephone: 516-299-2900 Online application: Email: [email protected] Website: General Information The Office of Admissions invites applications from motivated candidates dedicated to participating in and learning from the many educational opportunities available at LIU Post. Through the application review process, the Admissions Committee seeks evidence that applicants are academically and intellectually prepared to pursue college-level work. Each freshman applicant is considered individually through...
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