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December 11, 2012 | All Day View Recurrence Dates
Category: Seminar
Location: Education Building Room #179
Cost: Free
Occurring: Weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, until January, 18th 2013 View Recurrence Dates
Audience: Alumni, Community, Current Graduate Students, Faculty, Prospective Students, Staff

Following is the procedure for registering for the course Teaching the African American Child (BBE 6700) that will be taught by Janice E. Hale, Ph.D. at Wayne State University in the winter of 2013.  The course will be offered on Mondays from 5:00 to 7:45.  A limited number of students who reside outside of the Detroit metropolitan will be able to take the course by Skype.  You should notify Dr. Hale as soon as possible if you want that option.

I am planning to offer the course will also be offered for 3 hours credit once in the spring semester and once in the summer semester of 2013.  That course will be a blended online course.  It will be designed for students internationally who cannot physically attend the courses on campus.  Therefore, students in the Detroit metropolitan area and those at a distance will take the course online.  There will be class meetings where everyone will all be present face-to-face online.  You will also be able to see and hear Dr. Hale lecture and engage in online dialogue with her and other class members.  You will be able to view videos and engage in discussions with te professor and your class members. 

There was a significant response to the first email announcing these course offerings.  This email comes to provide details to those who are interested so that you can move forward with registration.  Please know that if enough registrations are secured for this course as a first step, ISAAC will offer more courses in the future on African American education, taught by leading scholars, that can be made available internationally.  So, it is important that this first effort is supported.

Following are important dates:

The winter 2013 course.  Priority registration  Mon October 29 - Sat December 29;  Open registration Mon Dec. 31 - Sat Jan 5; classes begin Jan 7; Late registration Mon Jan 7 - Sat Jan 12; Late registration with Department approval Mon Jan 14 - Fri Jan 18; class ends Mon Apr 29.  This class will be offered on Mondays.

The spring 2013 course.  Schedule of class posted on the web Tues Jan 22; Priority registration Mon Feb 4 - Sat Apr 27; Open registration Mon Apr 29 - Sat May 4; classes begin Mon May 6; classes end Fri Jun 21.  The date of this class offering will be announced.  Students who communicate with me can influence the day.

The summer 2013 course.  Schedule of class posted on the web Tues Jun 22; Priority registration Mon Feb 4 - Sat Apr 27; Open registration Apr 29 - Tue June 25; classes begin Wed Jun 26; classes end Tues Aug 13.  The day of this class offering will be announced.  Students who communicate with me can influence the day.

If you plan to enroll in either of these classes, please let notify Dr. Hale at janiceehale@cs.com.  Be sure to register as early as possible.  If we don't achieve the minimum number of students, in advance, the class will not be there for late registration.

Listed below are the details of registration.  Click on the link to view the cost of tuition and fees for a 3 credit hour course. WSU tuition and fees 2013-2013   You have the option of registering as a post-bachelors degree student.  The fees are lower than graduate level fees but you won't receive graduate level credit for the course.  There is a difference in the Michigan residence cost and the non-resident cost.  This is provided for your convenience.

Registration

To register for this course call 313.577.3577 for undergraduate admissions.  If you are not currently in a degree program at WSU, you can register as a Post-Bachelor student and pay undergraduate tuition.  To become a Post-Bachelor student you should go to apply.wayne.edu.  You must complete an application for admission and pay a $30 application fee.  You will receive a student ID and student access code which will enable you to enroll in the course.  You will receive Post-Bachelor credit for the course.
 
To receive graduate level credit, you must complete the application process as a graduate student.  To achieve this, you must submit a graduate application and submit a $50 application fee.  You will receive a student ID and student access code which will enable you to enroll in the course as a graduate student.  If you have questions about this process, call graduate admissions at 313.577.3577.
 
If you are enrolled in another university and wish to take the course as a Guest, you should go to apply.wayne.edu.  If you will be attending for Post-Bachelor credit, you should download the undergraduate Guest application under the Guest Student link.  If you intend to enroll in the courwe as a Guest for graduate credit, you should click on the graduate Guest Student link (at apply.wayne.edu) and download the graduate student Guest application.  When you click on that link, it will take you to the graduate admissions web site. The Guest application must be processed by the home school in which you are enrolled.

Click on the link for the flier describing the course. BBE 6700 poster-flier Please download the flier and assist me in spreading the word.  Click on the link for the preliminary course outline.  BBE 6700 winter 2013   The course outline contains information on required books.

 

For more information about this event, please contact Dr. Janice E. Hale at 248.661.4339 or janiceehale@cs.com.