Faculty & Syllabi
Spring 2015 Faculty

MSA 510 
msa510sylsp15 Zappala.pdf (8 weeks)
Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University


MSA 600
MSA600 Friesner syllabusSpring2015.pdf (8 weeks)
Donald Friesner
Research Analyst, Enrollment Research & Assessment (Global Campus)
MPA, Grand Valley State University

MSA 600
Bartlett MSA 600 syllabus Spring 2015.pdf (8 weeks)
Geoff Bartlett
Director of Development/College of Science and Technology
MSA, Central Michigan University
(doctorate soon to be awarded)

MSA 601
MSA601 222270907 Syllabus Berkshire rev 1 12 15.pdf  (first 8 weeks)
Dr. Steve Berkshire
HSC/DHA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ed.D., Boston University


MSA 602 
MSA 602 Neubecker Syllabus Mondays Spring II 2015 Campus.pdf (second 8 weeks)
Dr. Jim Neubecker
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University

MSA 602 
MSA 602 Neubecker Syllabus Mondays and Wednesdays Spring II 2015 Campus.pdf (second 8 weeks/day section)
Dr. Jim Neubecker
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University

MSA 603  Service Learning Course
msa603SLSYL spring II 2015 Zappala.pdf (second 8 weeks)     
Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University


MSA 604  Service Learning Course
msa604syllabusspring2015 Zappala revised.pdf  (second 8 weeks) 
Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University

MSA 696, Gender and Generational Supervision, a special topics course
Studies the challenges and opportunities inherent in supervising a diverse workforce composed of different generations and genders. (may be used on the GA, HRA, IA, or Leadership concentrations or as a cognate)
MSA 696A Freed syllabus Spring2015.pdf (first 8 weeks)
Dr. David Freed
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University

MSA 699
msa699syllabus Freed Spring 2015.pdf (Workshop meets for two weekends)
Dr. David Freed
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA., Western Michigan University
 
MSA 681 and MSA 690 (these courses will be coordinated by Denise Schafer)
 
 Summer 2014 Faculty
 
Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University

Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University

MSA 696, Gender and Generational Supervision, a special topics course
Studies the challenges and opportunities inherent in supervising a diverse workforce composed of different generations and genders. (may be used on the GA, HRA, IA, or Leadership concentrations or as a cognate)
MSA 696A syllabus.pdf 
Dr. David Freed
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University
 
Dr. Jim Neubecker
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University
 
MSA 681 and MSA 690 (these courses will be coordinated by Denise Schafer)

Fall 2014 Faculty

MSA 501
MSA 501 Course Outline Fall 2014 A Zainea.pdf
Al Zainea

Director, Undergraduate Programs, Global Campus
MA., Central Michigan University
 

MSA 600
Friesner_MSA600syllabusFallI2014oc FINA update ISBN.pdf
Donald Friesner
Research Analyst, Enrollment Research & Assessment (Global Campus)
MPA, Grand Valley State University

MSA 600
MSA 600 Fall 2014 syllabus OBoyle.pdf
Irene O'Boyle
Professor, School of Health Sciences
Ph.D., Union Institute

MSA 601
MSA 601 syllabus Fall I 2014 oc FINAL.pdf
Dr. David Freed
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA., Western Michigan University

MSA 601
MSA601syllabusFall 2014 Papa.pdf
Dr. Michael Papa
Professor, Communication & Dramatic Arts
Ph.D., Temple University

MSA 602
MSA 602 Syllabus Campus Fall 2014 Mondays Neubecker FINAL.pdf
Dr. Jim Neubecker
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University

MSA 603
MSA 603 syllabus fall 2014 Neubecker FINAL.pdf
Dr. Jim Neubecker
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA., Western Michigan University

MSA 604
MSA604syllabusfall2014 Freed.pdf 
Dr. David Freed
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
DPA, Western Michigan University

MSA 604
msa604syllabusfall2014 ZAPPALA corrected.pdf
Dr. John Zappala

MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University

MSA 699
msa699syllabus2014fallCAMPUS Zappala.pdf
Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University 

MSA 696B, Workforce Improvement (a special topics course)
Examines the process of preparing objectives, defining content, and selecting learning activities used by administrators to develop and evaluate their workforce throughout the career continuum. (may be used on the GA, HRA, or Leadership concentrations or as a cognate)
msa696Bcampusfall14 Zappala FINAL.pdf
Dr. John Zappala
MSA Faculty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University
 

MSA 681 and MSA 690 (these courses will be coordinated by Denise Schafer)


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