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  • Communication Sciences and Disorders | Springfield College
    Majors Communication Sciences and Disorders Health Science Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Undergraduate Minors Graduate Programs in Rehabilitation Counseling and Services Rehabilitation Counseling Program Outcomes Substance Abuse and Addictions Studies Institute Overview Communication Sciences and Disorders Contact Information Deborah C Cook Chair Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies 413 748 3321 dcook springfieldcollege edu Course Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Catalog The communication sciences and disorders program prepares students for graduate work in speech language pathology or audiology or for employment as a speech language pathology assistant Speech language pathology assistants provide treatment to individuals with communication disorders under the direct supervision of certified speech language pathologists Professionals with graduate degrees in speech language pathology or audiology assess and treat individuals with communication disorders such as fluency stuttering voice aphasia swallowing disorders hearing loss articulation and phonological disorders and language disorders They often work in hospitals clinics private and public schools or private practice In order to become a fully certified licensed speech language pathologist or audiologist students must complete an advanced degree What do our graduates do Attend graduate school in speech language pathology audiology or related fields such as rehabilitation counseling psychology special education teacher of the deaf hard of hearing Communication sciences and disorders grads have been accepted at the University of Massachusetts University of Connecticut University of New Hampshire University of Vermont University of Virginia University of Arizona University of Northern Colorado Vanderbilt Brigham Young Southern Connecticut State University Nazareth College Worcester State Loyola Md Northern Arizona State College of St Rose Northeastern MGH Institute of Health Professions and Boston University Communication sciences and disorders grads are employed as speech language pathologists audiologists and speech language pathology assistants in hospitals public schools private practice and private schools for children with special needs Highlights of the Springfield College Communication

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  • Computer and Information Sciences | Springfield College
    Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Computer and Information Sciences Section Menu Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Mathematics Physics and Computer Science Computer and Information Sciences Mathematics Mathematics and Computer Technology Elementary Teacher Licensure Mathematics and Computer Technology Secondary Teacher Licensure Mathematics Minors Faculty Computer and Information Sciences All students in the computer and information sciences major are required to complete 120 credit hours Students are encouraged to consider minors in mathematics or business management Those students who are pursuing the software development concentration and are interested in learning more about 3D Animation from a digital artist s perspective are strongly encouraged to consider a minor in 3D Animation offered through the Department of Visual and Performing Arts In addition all students are strongly encouraged to pursue internship opportunities through the Career Center in order to gain on the job experience Concentrations The computer and information sciences major at Springfield College is a professional program that includes a set of core requirements and a choice of one of three required concentrations Software Development The software development concentration focuses on skills that are essential in the development of applications software including software engineering skills for game programming such as object oriented programming in several programming languages windows programming DirectX and open graphics libraries animation programming and game engine development Internet and Network Security The internet and network security concentration provides students with the necessary skills to work as internet and network security specialists in either the private business sector or in the government sector Possible jobs upon graduation include network administrator

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/mathematics-physics-and-computer-science/computer-and-information-sciences (2016-02-15)
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  • Criminal Justice | Springfield College
    Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Social Sciences Criminal Justice Section Menu Social Sciences Social Sciences American Studies Sociology Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Internship and Job Placement Sites History Youth Development Social Sciences Minors Bachelor of Science and Master of Social Work Program Faculty Contact Criminal Justice Criminal justice a rapidly growing field provides students with an interdisciplinary approach to studying the social and political legal systems in the United States and the world Students in this program will examine critical questions such as why individuals commit crimes who is responsible for punishing criminals and how should governments properly balance the rights of individuals with public safety Skills acquired Critical thinking analytical and logical reasoning and an understanding of the impact of race class and gender within social and political institutions The major prepares students for graduate school or careers in government law enforcement and community mediation Five year Dual Degree Program Qualified juniors at Springfield College who are majoring in criminal justice sociology and youth development may file a letter of interest in the Bachelor of Science Master of Social Work program with the Department of Social Sciences Admissions Advisement Committee Students in consultation with their undergraduate advisor will structure their coursework early in their undergraduate career so that a required 17 semester hours of social work foundation coursework may be taken in the senior year This program is a five year dual degree program 3 3 Program for Students Interested in Pursuing a Career in Law Are you interested in a law school degree Pre law advising is available to any student interested in pursuing a law school degree Contact Professor Dan Russell pre law advisor at 413 748 3240 Click

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/social-sciences/criminal-justice (2016-02-15)
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  • Early Childhood (PreK-2) | Springfield College
    News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Education Early Childhood PreK 2 Section Menu Education Education Majors Early Childhood PreK 2 Elementary Education 1 6 Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics Special Education PreK 8 Education Minor Graduate Study Faculty Profiles Contact Fieldwork Course Catalogs Educator Prep and Licensure Early Childhood PreK 2 Springfield College early childhood education majors become licensed to teach students with or without disabilities in integrated public preschools kindergartens and first and second grades The preparation begins on campus at the Springfield College Child Development Center This provides a unique learning experience in which students gain hands on learning experiences on campus as early as their first year For example in one of their first classes students prepare and lead science lessons for a group of 12 four and five year old children while working in pairs Throughout their four years students complete field experiences in integrated preschools kindergartens and first and second grade classrooms The license for early childhood education is inclusive of children with and without special needs which is challenging yet also rewarding Springfield College education graduates are highly sought both for the preparation they ve received as well as for their commitment to making a difference in the lives of others Inspiring the world s youngest learners Teaching young children is a career that calls for creativity enthusiasm patience and flexibility Early childhood education students major in psychology which allows them to gain a thorough understanding of the process of child development and in depth knowledge of how children learn as well as the best teaching methods to employ to ensure student success Child growth and development learning theories concepts

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/education/early-childhood-prek-2 (2016-02-15)
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  • Elementary Education (1-6) | Springfield College
    Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Education Elementary Education 1 6 Section Menu Education Education Majors Early Childhood PreK 2 Elementary Education 1 6 Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics Special Education PreK 8 Education Minor Graduate Study Faculty Profiles Contact Fieldwork Course Catalogs Educator Prep and Licensure Elementary Education 1 6 Today s classrooms are filled with learners who have a diverse range of skill sets and personalities The Springfield College Elementary Education Program provides students with the proficiencies and confidence needed to connect with every child Graduates successfully secure employment to teach in a wide range of settings including in urban suburban and rural areas Graduates of the program leave Springfield College prepared and ready to lead classrooms of elementary aged children Strong partnerships with area elementary schools Partnerships with area elementary schools provide early real world learning opportunities that distinguish Springfield College elementary education graduates from the rest Preparation for becoming elementary teachers begins in year one Each week students work with elementary children from partner elementary schools Working in pairs they prepare and lead lessons in science to a group of 12 children Field based experiences with elementary children continue through year four at which time they begin student teaching Practice teaching in partner elementary schools with some of the area s best teachers allows students to see first hand the ways in which what they learn through their coursework translates into teaching in elementary classrooms Working with teachers from partner schools Springfield College students learn the skills to use the responsive classroom approach teaching

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/education/elementary-education-1-6 (2016-02-15)
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  • Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure | Springfield College
    2 Elementary Education 1 6 Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics Special Education PreK 8 Education Minor Graduate Study Faculty Profiles Contact Fieldwork Course Catalogs Educator Prep and Licensure Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure Preparing 21st Century Learners for a Global Society Few careers are as rewarding challenging and exhilarating as being an elementary school teacher The need for highly qualified and well prepared elementary classroom and special education teachers is on the rise Springfield College education students graduate from the program confident and ready to take on the vital role of teaching the nation s youngest learners Springfield College s renowned reputation for preparing leaders in human helping professions like teaching offers an exceptional educational experience for individuals committed to dedicating their lives to educating children Undergraduate students seeking to gain the professional skills and knowledge that are required to work with elementary students as a classroom or special education teacher will benefit greatly from this dual program The combination of coursework and real world hands on learning gives dual licensure graduates the preparation and the confidence they need to manage a wide range of classroom experiences Through working in inclusion classrooms students become highly skilled and effective elementary classroom teachers and will learn a wide variety of teaching strategies Most importantly they ll graduate with the know how and ability to meet the needs of all children They ll learn from experienced faculty who are passionate about continuing to advance and strengthen the teaching profession at the elementary level Who is this program for Undergraduate students who want to major in education teach in an inclusion elementary classroom grades 1 6 and benefit from a background in special education Undergraduate students who want to major in education be licensed

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/education/elementary-and-special-education-dual-licensure (2016-02-15)
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  • Finance | Springfield College
    Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Business Management Finance Section Menu Business Management Business Management Accounting Finance Business Health Care Management Management Marketing Minors Faculty 2013 IACBE annual Report Form pdf Master of Business Administration MBA Five Great Reasons to Major in Business Management at Springfield College Finance The finance major prepares students for a variety of analytical positions in the financial services industry including banking investments and insurance All finance courses are taught in a computer lab in order to feature current industry practices and real world applications During the course of study students develop financial acumen in the areas of financial analysis and reporting Often finance majors attain marketable experience through an internship A highlight for many students is participating in the annual stock market challenge where they have the opportunity to invest and manage a mock portfolio Major Course Requirements BUSM 150 Introduction to Business ECON 200 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 205 Principles of Microeconomics BUSM 210 Principles of Accounting I BUSM 211 Principles of Accounting II BUSM 215 Principles of Management BUSM 221 Principles of Marketing BUSM 250 Business Communications BUSM 335 Business Ethics BUSM 310 Business Information Systems BUSM 315 Financial Management BUSM 430 Business Data Analysis BUSM 478 Business Law BUSM 480 Strategic Management BUSM 330 Investment Analysis

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/business-management/finance (2016-02-15)
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  • General Studies | Springfield College
    general studies advisor students develop a unique program plan based on their interests Components of the major include the general studies core and a disciplinary or multi disciplinary concentration providing students an opportunity for both breadth and depth of study It is an excellent opportunity for students to design an interdisciplinary major explore their own unique interests and or prepare for graduate school or a variety of careers For more information about the general studies major contact Judy Hartling at 413 748 3379 or the Admissions Office at 800 343 1257 Download a General Studies Sequencing Guide CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS I General Education Program 40 46 credits The General Education program at Springfield College is informed by its century old Humanics tradition of educating the whole person in spirit mind and body for leadership in service to humanity These requirements have the goal of developing literate thoughtful socially responsible students and instilling in them a spirit of inquiry into the nature of humankind and the universe Towards those ends the requirements emphasize and encourage the acquisition of knowledge understanding and competency essential for the improvement of the human condition in a diverse society a search for personal and spiritual values and the development of an understanding and appreciation of physical well being For specific requirements see the General Education Program section or the Sequencing Guide for this major II Major Requirements A Core Requirements In addition to their General Education courses students are required to complete the General Studies Core a total of 24 credits of coursework designed to provide breadth of study Courses must be selected from at least four of the categories below with a minimum of three credits and a maximum of nine credits selected from any one category The categories based on the General Education Domains of

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