Calendars

BCJ 2017

BBA Spring 2018

HRM Spring 2018

 

BCJ Spring 2018

Module 4 – Spring Semester 2018

Mar 4 – Apr 28

  • BCJ 4303* Interview and Interrogation
  • BCJ 3313** Cultural Diversity
  • BCJ 3304** Juvenile Justice

Module 5 – Summer Semester 2018

Apr 29 – Jun 23

  • BCJ 3305* Constitutional Law
  • BCJ 3306** Private Security
  • BCJ 3324** Crisis Management

Module 6 – Summer Semester 2018

Jun 24 – Aug 18

  • BCJ 4305* Special Issues
  • BCJ 3309** First Line Supervision
  • BCJ 4302** Courts

Module 1 – Fall Semester 2018

Aug 19 – Oct 13

  • BCJ 4301* Criminalistics
  • BCJ 4304** CJ Ethics
  • BCJ 3312** CJ & Web

Module 2  – Fall Semester 2018

October 14 – Dec 15

  • BCJ 4307* Research Methods
  • BCJ 2331** Criminal Law
  • BCJ 3301** Criminology

Module 3 – Spring Semester 2019

Jan 6 – Mar 2

  • BCJ 4306* Criminal Behavior Analysis
  • BCJ 3310** Corrections
  • BCJ 3308** Terrorism

*These courses are offered in classroom format.

**These courses are completely online with no classroom instruction.

There will be no classes on the following dates in observation of the indicated holidays:

  • Thanksgiving Nov 23 – no classes held this week
  • Christmas Break Dec 17 – Jan 6 – no classes scheduled

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Executive BBA Program Calendar, Tuesday/ Thursday 2018

Tuesday/Thursday Classes – Spring Start

Mandatory Blackboard training session and orientation is conducted from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, January 13, 2018 in Montgomery prior to the program’s start date.

Spring 2018

Module One

January 16, 18; January 23, 25; January 30, February 1; February 6, 8; February 13, 15; February 20, 22; February 27, March 1.

Module Two

March 6, 8; March 13, 15; March 20, 22; March 27, 29; April 3, 5; April 10, 12; April 17, 19.

Summer 2018

Module Three

April 24, 26; May 1, 3; May 8, 10; May 15, 17; May 22, 24; (No class May 29, 31 for Memorial Day); June 5, 7; June 12, 14.

Module Four

June 19, 21; June 26, 28; (No class July 3, 5 for Independence Day); July 10, 12; July 17, 19, July 24, 26′ July 31, August 2; August 7, 9.

Fall 2018

Module Five

August 14, 16; August 21, 23; August 28, 30; (No class September 4, 6 for Labor Day); September 11, 13; September 18, 20; September 25, 27; October 2, 4.

Module Six

October 9, 11; October 16, 18; October 23, 25; October 30, November 1; November 6, 8; November 13, 15; (No class November 20, 22 for Thanksgiving); November 27, 29.
Students pursuing Logistics Management, Website Perspectives for Management, or Health Administration emphasis areas will have fully online classes instead on October 9 – November 29.

Spring 2019 – Fully online classes only for students pursuing an emphasis area

Module Seven

January 15 – Mar 2

Please be advised this calendar is tentative and subject to change as deemed necessary by Faulkner University. Enrollment in this program constitutes both “expressed and implied” acceptance that this calendar is subject to change.

Tuesday and Thursday class sessions are scheduled from 6:00pm-9:40pm. Each of these classes requires online activity through the Blackboard platform that require a minimum of 12.0 hours of technology-centered activities. Online classes are conducted through the Blackboard platform and require weekly participation that culminates in a minimum of 37.5 hours of total participation. Classes may exceed these requirements.** Please be advised this calendar is tentative and subject to change as deemed necessary by Faulkner University. Enrollment in this program constitutes both “expressed and implied” acceptance that this calendar is subject to change.

For each module, Blackboard availability will commence on the Monday of the first week of class and will end on the Sunday following the last class meeting.

Students unable to attend the online training session on Saturday, January 13, 2018 miss an opportunity for a total in-depth overview of the online program navigation, policies, and procedures. Therefore students unable to attend the training session may be denied admission/enrollment by the academic department.

Executive BBA Program Calendar, 2018

Tuesday/Thursday Classes – Spring Start

Mandatory Blackboard training session and orientation is conducted from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Montgomery prior to the program’s start date.

Spring 2018

Module One

March 6, 8; March 13, 15; March 20, 22; March 27, 29; April 3, 5, April 10, 12; April 17, 19.

Module Two

April 24, 26; May 1, 3; May 8, 10; May 15, 17; May 22, 24 (No class May 29, 31 for Memorial Day); June 5, 7; June 12, 14.

Summer 2018

Module Three

June 19, 21; June 26, 28; (No class July 3, 5 for Independence Day); July 10, 12; July 17, 19; July 24, 26; July 31, August 2, August 7, 9.

Module Four

August 14, 16; August 21, 23; August 28, 30; (No class September 4, 6 for Labor Day); September 11, 13; September 18, 20; September 25, 27; October 2, 4.

Fall 2018

Module Five

October 9, 11; October 16, 18; October 23, 25; October 30, November 1; November 6, 8; November 13, 15; (No class November 20, 22 for Thanksgiving); November 27, 29.

Module Six

January 15, 17; January 22, 24; January 29, 31; February 5, 7; February 12, 14; February 19, 21; February 26, 28.
Students pursuing Logistics Management or Health Administration emphasis areas will have fully online classes instead on January 15 – March 2.

Spring 2019 – Fully online classes only for students pursuing an emphasis area

Module Seven

March 5 – April 20

Please be advised this calendar is tentative and subject to change as deemed necessary by Faulkner University. Enrollment in this program constitutes both “expressed and implied” acceptance that this calendar is subject to change.

Tuesday and Thursday class sessions are scheduled from 6:00pm-9:40pm. Each of these classes requires online activity through the Blackboard platform that require a minimum of 12.0 hours of technology-centered activities. Online classes are conducted through the Blackboard platform and require weekly participation that culminates in a minimum of 37.5 hours of total participation. Classes may exceed these requirements.** Please be advised this calendar is tentative and subject to change as deemed necessary by Faulkner University. Enrollment in this program constitutes both “expressed and implied” acceptance that this calendar is subject to change.

For each module, Blackboard availability will commence on the Monday of the first week of class and will end on the Sunday following the last class meeting.

Students unable to attend the online training session on Saturday, March 3, 2018 miss an opportunity for a total in-depth overview of the online program navigation, policies, and procedures. Therefore students unable to attend the training session may be denied admission/enrollment by the academic department.

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Human Resource Management – Spring 2018 Start

Monday Evenings 6 – 10 pm

Mandatory Blackboard Training & Program Orientation:
Montgomery Campus February 3, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (NO make-ups will be scheduled**)

Semester One (Spring 2018)

Fully Online Courses – Feb 5 – July 1

  • HRM 3341 – Survey of Management
  • HRM 3140 – Perspectives of Management

Module One

HRM 4300 – Organizational Behavior – 5 weeks
February 5, 12, 19, 26, March 5

Module Two

HRM 4311 – Supervision & Management – 5 weeks
March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9

Module Three

HRM 3300 – Research Methods in Management – 5 weeks
April 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14

Module Four

HRM 3310 – Statistical Methods & Research – 5 weeks
May 21, June 4, 11, 18, 25

Grades due for Research Project Part I/HRM 4199 at the end of Module Four

Semester Two (Summer 2018)

Fully Online Courses July 2 – October 21

  • HRM 4383 – Survey of International Management
  • HRM 4183 – Perspectives of International Management

Module Five

HRM 4310 – Management Information Systems – 5 weeks
July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Module Six

HRM 3320 – Effective Interpersonal Relations – 5 weeks
August 6, 13, 20, 27, September 10

Module Seven

HRM 3331 – Biblical Perspectives – 5 weeks
September 17, 24, October 1, 8, 15

Grades due for Research Project Part II/HRM 4399 at the end of Module Seven

Semester Three (Fall 2018)

Fully Online Courses October 22 – March 3, 2019

  • HRM 4391 – Survey of Train & Dev of Human Resources
  • HRM 4191 – Perspectives of Train & Dev of Human Resources

Module Eight

HRM 4330 – Human Resource Management – 5 weeks
October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 26

Module Nine

HRM 4381 – Management & the Family – 5 weeks
December 3, 10, 17, January 7, 14

Module Ten

HRM 4341 – Business Ethics & Values – 5 weeks
January 28, February 4, 11, 18, 25

Module Eleven

HRM 4299 – Research Project Part III – 1 week
March 4

Comprehensive Examination on Site(HRM 4090) – March 11, 2019

For students pursuing Health Administration Emphasis:

Semester Four (Spring 2019)

Module Twelve (Fully online Courses – 7 weeks ) March 18 – May 5

  • HRM 4386 – Survey of Health Administration
  • HRM 4387 – Healthcare Economics and Policy

Module Thirteen (Fully online Courses – 7 weeks ) May 6 – June 30

  • HRM 4388 – Managed Care, Policies, and Implications
  • HRM 4389 – Medical Office Supervision, Coding, and Billing

Please be advised this calendar is tentative and subject to change as deemed necessary by Faulkner University. Enrollment in this program constitutes both expressed and implied acceptance that this calendar is subject to change.

Monday class sessions are scheduled from 6 p.m.- 10 p.m. Modules 1-10 require academic exercises and online learning using the Blackboard platform that require a minimum of 17.5 hours of technology-centered activities. Classes may exceed these requirements.

For each 5-week module, Blackboard availability will commence on the Monday of the first week of class and will end on the Sunday following the last class meeting.

The fully online courses are conducted through the Blackboard platform and require bi-weekly participation that culminates in a minimum of 37.5 hours of total participation per 3 semester hour course. Classes may exceed these requirements.

**The Blackboard training session and program orientation are conducted on Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. prior to the program’s start date. No makeups will be scheduled. Students unable to attend the Saturday session miss an opportunity for an in-depth overview of the Blackboard platform navigation, policies, and procedures. Therefore, students unable to attend the Saturday session may be denied admission/enrollment by the academic department.

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