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2020–2021 CATALOGUMGC.EDUThe University Made for You

MISSIONThe mission of University of Maryland Global Campus is improving the lives of adult learners. We will accomplishthis by operating as Maryland’s open university, serving working adults, military servicemen and servicewomen andtheir families, and veterans who reside in Maryland, across the United States, and around the world.VISIONUMGC will be a global leader in adult education focusing on career-relevant programs that enable students torealize their professional aspirations.VALUES Students First: These are the people who make our work possible. Accountability: We are each responsible for our overall success. Diversity: Each individual brings value to our efforts and results. Integrity: Our principles and standards are never compromised. Excellence: Quality is the hallmark of our work. Innovation: We advance so others can benefit from our leadership. Respect: The rights and feelings of others are always considered. People Always: Our faculty and staff represent our differentiator and competitive advantage.

From the Chief Academic OfficerDear Learner,Welcome to University of MarylandGlobal Campus! On behalf of our morethan 4,500 faculty and 1,730 staffworldwide, we are delighted that youhave chosen us to help you achieveyour education and career goals.At UMGC, we know that every learneris on a unique and personal journey.Furthering your education may be apersonal goal or a critical steppingstone to career advancement. You may be working toward a certificateor a degree or simply acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills toearn industry-recognized certifications. Some of you may be striving toprovide a model for your family, demonstrating that education is bothimportant and attainable. And in all likelihood, you’re also jugglingwork and family responsibilities in addition to managing school.You bring to our learning community a host of life and work experiences and formal and informal education that enriches each class.For those of you beginning undergraduate study, this also means youneed not start your educational journey from square one. We offer arange of ways for you to earn credit for what you know and can doto put you on the most efficient pathway to your goal.Our Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Cybersecurity andInformation Technology offer you a range of options for meeting yourgoals, all with a focus on providing you a meaningful and high-qualityeducational experience. We develop our courses and programs withyou—the learner—at the center and strive to provide an engaging andprofessionally relevant education in which you learn by doing andwhich supports your development of transferrable and disciplinespecific skills.Our goal is to give you access to the best education to meet your goals,everywhere, anytime. Congratulations on taking this first step. We areexcited to support you throughout your academic journey.Blakely R. PomiettoSenior Vice President and Chief Academic OfficerPOLICY STATEMENTThis publication and its provisions do notconstitute and should not be regarded as acontract between UMGC and any party or parties, nor is it a complete statement of all policies, procedures, rules, regulations, academicrequirements, or tuition and fees applicableto UMGC, its students, or its programs. UMGCreserves the right to make changes to thepolicies, procedures, rules, regulations, andacademic requirements set out in this publication without prior notice. Such changes willbe reflected on the university's website orother publication.This catalog provides the degree requirementsand recommended curriculum for studentswho begin continuous enrollment on or afterAugust 1, 2020. When a curriculum or graduation requirement is changed, it is not maderetroactive unless the change is to the student’s advantage and can be accommodatedwithin the span of years normally requiredfor graduation. See additional policies onpp. 317–319.Sources for any claims made throughout thiscatalog may be found on the UMGC website(umgc.edu).1C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

This PDF is interactive. If you click on a page number in the table of contents or the index, it will take you directly to that page.Jump back to the table of contents or the index by clicking on the buttons on the outside margin of each page.Table of Contents5WELCOME TO UMGC6ABOUT STUDY AT UMGC6Admission13Enrollment Information14Ways of Earning Credit21Educational Relationships22Helping You Get Started24OVERVIEW OF ACADEMIC SCHOOLSAND PROGRAMS49Communication Studies51Computer Networks and Cybersecurity53Computer Science55Criminal Justice57Cybersecurity57Cybersecurity Management and Policy59Digital Media and Web Technology61Diversity Awareness61East Asian Studies63Economics63Emergency Management64English66Environmental Management24The School of Arts and Sciences68Finance25The School of Business70Fire Service Administration26The School of Cybersecurity andInformation Technology70Forensics70General Studies71Gerontology and Aging Services73Graphic Communication74Health Services Management76History78Homeland Security80Humanities82Human Resource Management84Information Systems Management27ASSOCIATE DEGREE counting Curriculum31Business and Management Curriculum32Computer Studies Curriculum33Criminal Justice Curriculum34Foreign Language Area Studies Curriculum35Legal Studies Curriculum36Management Studies Curriculum37Mathematics Curriculum38Psychology Curriculum39Women’s Studies CurriculumBACHELOR’S DEGREE ccounting45African American Studies45Art45Art History46Biology46Biotechnology47Business Administration4086Laboratory Management87Law for Business87Legal Studies89Management Studies90Marketing92Mathematical Sciences92Natural Science93Nursing for Registered Nurses94Personal Financial Planning94Philosophy94Political Science96Psychology98Public Safety Administration100 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship100 Social Science102 Sociology103 Software Development and Security104 Speech Communication105 Terrorism and Critical Infrastructure105 Women’s StudiesMajors and degree programs are indicated in bold.2C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

This PDF is interactive. If you click on a page number in the table of contents or the index, it will take you directly to that page.Jump back to the table of contents or the index by clicking on the buttons on the outside margin of each page.Table of Contents106MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS106 Expectations152 Marketing153 Nonprofit and Association Management154 Project Management106 Requirements155 Strategic Communications108 Curricula156 Teaching108 Accounting and Financial Management158 Transformational Leadership110 Accounting and Information Systems111 BiotechnologyDOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAM112 Bioinformatics159 Expectations113 Biosecurity and Biodefense159159 Requirements114 Biotechnology Management160 Curriculum115 Biotechnology Regulatory Affairs160 Business Administration116 Business Administration117 Cloud Computing Architecture161118 Cyber OperationsCERTIFICATE PROGRAMS120 Cybersecurity Management and Policy161 Expectations121 Cybersecurity Technology161 Requirements123 Data Analytics162 Curricula124 Digital Forensics and Cyber Investigation163 UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS125 Distance Education and E-Learning163 Computer Networking126 Environmental Management163 Digital Marketing128 Healthcare Administration164 Human Resource Management129 Health Informatics Administration164 Management Foundations130 Information Technology165 Project Management130 Database Systems Technology165 Spanish for Business and the Professions131 Homeland Security Management166 GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS132 Informatics166 Acquisition and Supply Chain Management133 Information Assurance166 Bioinformatics135 Project Management167 Cloud Computing and Networking136 Software Engineering167 Cyber Operations137 Systems Engineering168 Cybersecurity Management and Policy138 Instructional Technology168 Cybersecurity Technology139 Learning Design and Technology169 Digital Forensics and Cyber Investigation140 Management169 Foundations in Business Analytics140 Accounting142 Acquisition and Supply Chain Management170 Foundations of Human ResourceManagement143 Criminal Justice Management170 Global Health Management145 Emergency Management171 Homeland Security Management146 Financial Management171 Information Assurance147 Homeland Security Management172 Instructional Technology Integration148 Human Resource Management172 Leadership and Management149 Information Systems and Services173 Learning Design and Technology150 Intelligence Management173 Project Management151 Interdisciplinary Studies in Management174 Strategic CommunicationsContinued3C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

This PDF is interactive. If you click on a page number in the table of contents or the index, it will take you directly to that page.Jump back to the table of contents or the index by clicking on the buttons on the outside margin of each page.Table of ContentsCOURSE INFORMATION175 Course Numbering System175175 Unit of CreditLEADERSHIP311 University System of Maryland311 UMGC176 Prerequisites177 Undergraduate Course Descriptions314 UMGC Stateside248 Graduate Course Descriptions314 UMGC Europe285285 Academic Standards317 Nondiscrimination296298 Ways to Finance Your EducationSERVICES AND RESOURCES304 Availability of Services317POLICIES317 Disclosure of Student Records292 Responsibilities of the Student296 Payment of Tuition and Fees314 UMGC Asia317 Annual Security Report and Consumer Disclosures290 Scholastic RecognitionFINANCIAL INFORMATION314GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS176 Key to Course DescriptionsACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVEREQUIREMENTS311318 Peer-to-Peer File Sharing319 Religious Observance319 Sexual Misconduct319 Smoking304305 Accessibility Services319 Student Classification for Admission and Tuition319 Student Drug and Alcohol Awareness319 Transfer of General Education Requirements320305 Admission AssistanceAPPENDICES305 Advising320 Community College Alliances306 Alumni Association320 CPA Requirements307 Career Services320 MyUMGC Terminology307 Computer Labs and Services321 Retention of Student Records307 Course Materials321 State Authorizations308 Graduation Clearance and Services323 Stateside Classroom Locations with Zip Codes308 Student Advisory Council308 Student OrganizationsINDEX309 Transcript Services324309 Tutoring and Writing Resources309 The UMGC Library310 Verification Services310 Veterans Resources4C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

Welcome to UMGCINDEXTABLE OF CONTENTSFrom its founding in 1947, University ofMaryland Global Campus (UMGC) hashad a single mission: to meet the educational needs of adult students like you—students who must balance study withthe demands of work and family life.Since then, the university has grown to bethe largest public university in the nation,serving students throughout the state, thecountry, and the world. And although itsname has changed more than once overthe decades (from the College of Specialand Continuation Studies to UniversityCollege, from UMUC to UMGC), the university’s mission (stated on inside front cover)and focus on providing open access tohigh-quality educational programs andservices—eliminating the barriers that cankeep you from achieving your educationalgoals—remains unchanged.For information on UMGC’s mission, history, and values, visit umgc.edu/mission.CARRYING OUT THE MISSIONStudents FirstAt UMGC, your success as a student isof paramount importance. The universityseeks not only to help you fulfill your current education goals but also to createan educational partnership that will lastthroughout your life.To that end, the university looks first forways to ensure that you can easily accessprograms and services. Admission policiesare designed to simplify the process (standardized tests are not generally required),making it possible for you to apply and register for most programs at the same time.As a global university, UMGC makesit possible for you to take classes anytime, any place, by offering a large selection of online programs—in addition toclasses at sites throughout Maryland andthe Washington, D.C., metropolitan areaand at military sites all over the world.5You can also access student servicesonline and by phone, as well as on-siteat many locations.Convenience and flexibility are not theonly issues, however. UMGC seeks tocreate a learning environment that isrespectful of diverse backgrounds, inclusive, responsive, and relevant.Recognizing that financial concernsoften present the biggest obstacle tohigher education, UMGC also strivesto keep tuition costs low and providesnumerous financial aid opportunities,including scholarships for military andcommunity college students.ExcellenceA regionally accredited university, UMGC isdedicated to providing the highest qualityprograms and services and ensuring excellence in its online and on-site classes.In providing these programs, UMGCrelies on a renowned faculty of scholarpractitioners—teachers who bring realworld experience as well as advancedacademic credentials to your courses—andthe use of the latest technologies. UMGCalso is able to provide you with a wealthof resources because of its place withinthe University System of Maryland.The success of UMGC’s efforts overthe years is evident. UMGC has garneredawards from such notable organizationsas the World Affairs Council, E-C Council,University Professional and Continuing Education Association, Online Learning Consortium (formerly the Sloan Consortium), andMaryland Distance Learning Association.both courses and services online, usingthe university’s learning managementsystem and MyUMGC, its online gatewayto services and information. Throughits Office of Academic Quality, UMGCleads the search for next-generationlearning models and best practices foronline learning.PROGRAMS AND FACILITIESUMGC offers degree programs from theassociate level to the doctorate. Mostundergraduate and graduate programsare available online. These academicprograms are administered by the Schoolof Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, and the School of Cybersecurityand Information Technology, which aredescribed in the following pages.The university’s administrative headquarters are located in Adelphi, Maryland, andalso serve as home to a prestigious artcollection and a conference facility, theCollege Park Marriott Hotel & ConferenceCenter at UMGC. The three academicschools, as well as all related academicsupport units, are housed at the Academic Center at Largo.FOR ASSISTANCEContact us by email at studentsfirst@umgc.edu or by phone at 800-888-8682.InnovationUMGC has always looked for new and better ways to serve students. Long beforethe online revolution, the university wasdelivering courses to students at distantlocations, using any and all availabletechnologies—from interactive televisionto voice mail. Today, you can accessC ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

ABOUT STUDY AT UMGCAdmissionUMGC’s admission requirements reflect our mission as Maryland’sopen university.You must be admitted to the university before you can registerfor classes.General InformationBefore the beginning of each academic term, UMGC holds variousonline events, as well as on-site open houses in the Maryland area,for new and prospective students. These events offer an opportunityto learn about UMGC and its programs, student services, academicand career offerings, faculty members, and students. You can applyfor admission and enroll in courses during the on-site open houses.TABLE OF CONTENTSFor general information or to be directed to an individual who cananswer specific questions, call 800-888-8682.INDEXRegardless of program, your eligibility for admission maybe limited by foreign citizenship or international residency, inaccordance with federal law. In such cases, additional admissionprocedures may apply.Undergraduate Admission RequirementsGeneral RequirementsTo be considered for admission, you must have graduated froma state-approved or regionally accredited U.S. high school orachieved one of the following qualifications representing highschool equivalency or better: Passing scores on a state high school equivalency exam, suchas the General Educational Development (GED) test Graduation from a homeschool or alternative high schoolprogram that meets the criteria set forth by state and localeducation regulationsUMGC Policy 210.00 Undergraduate Admission is available onlineat umgc.edu/policies.Requirements for the Associate Degree ProgramTo be eligible for admission into the Associate of Arts (AA) degreeprogram, you must also provide documentation demonstratingthat you belong to one of the following populations: Full-time active-duty servicemembers, selected reservists,National Guard members, and Commissioned Corps membersof the U.S. Public Health Service or the National Oceanic andAtmospheric Administration Spouses or dependent children of any servicemembernoted above Veterans Spouses or dependent children of veterans Applicants to the Europe or Asia divisions or students whobegan an AA degree program while admitted to UMGC’sEuropean or Asian division and subsequently relocated tothe stateside division UMGC employees Graduation from a non-U.S. high school Spouses or children of UMGC employees An associate degree or higher from an accredited postsecondaryinstitution or at least 60 college credits from an accreditedpostsecondary institution with at least a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale Participants in a negotiated business-to-business agreementthat includes the option of pursuing an AA degree with UMGCHigh school students who meet certain criteria (describedon p. 10) may also be considered for admission andconcurrent enrollment.Undergraduate Student StatusAs an undergraduate student, you are assigned regular, provisional, or visiting status.REGULARIn addition to meeting the academic criterion listed above, youmust be at least 13 years old, meet UMGC’s English proficiencyrequirement, and be in good standing at any institutions that youpreviously attended, as noted in UMGC Policy 210.00 Undergraduate Admission. Standardized test scores are not required.To be assigned regular student status, you must meet the generaladmission requirements. If you attended another institution ofhigher education within the last two years, you must also have agrade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher and be in good academicstanding at the last institution of higher education you attended.Special eligibility requirements (described at right) apply to admission to the Associate of Arts degree program. Additional admission requirements may apply if you are pursuing certain bachelor’sand degree programs. See Undergraduate Program-SpecificRequirements on p. 7.As a student in regular status, you are limited to enrolling inthe number of credits set forth in UMGC Policy 215.00 StudentAcademic Load and Enrollment Status (available online atumgc.edu/policies). Course load is discussed on p. 293.6C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

ABOUT STUDY AT UMGCPROVISIONALBIOTECHNOLOGYYou will be assigned provisional status if you meet the generaladmission requirements but one of the following conditions applies:To pursue a major in biotechnology, you must have completedthe required lower-level coursework for the biotechnology major—either within an Associate of Applied Science degree program ata community college with which UMGC has an articulation agreement or within another appropriate transfer program. Consult anadvisor before electing this major. You had a GPA lower than 2.0 at the last institution that youattended within the last two years. You were on academic probation for poor academic performance at the last institution that you attended within thelast two years. You were dismissed for poor academic performance from thelast institution that you attended within the last two years.INDEXTABLE OF CONTENTS You are currently a high school student who qualifies forconcurrent enrollment. (See p. 10 for additional informationabout qualifying for concurrent enrollment.)As a provisional student, you may enroll for a maximum of 7 credits per term. If you are a concurrently enrolled high school student,you maintain your provisional status until you submit proof of highschool completion. All other provisional students must complete7 credits of graded coursework with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 orhigher before being considered for regular student status. Allprovisional students must contact an advisor to request regularstudent status.VISITINGIf you are currently attending another institution of the UniversitySystem of Maryland (USM) as an undergraduate or graduate student,you may take undergraduate courses without applying to UMGC.Instead, you must submit a letter or form authorizing your enrollmentat UMGC for the term in which you wish to attend. Your previouscoursework will be reviewed by the appropriate UMGC academicdepartment to see if course prerequisites have been met. The number of credits you may take and the transferability of academic workcompleted at UMGC are determined by your home institution.If you are attending an institution outside the USM, you must applyfor admission to UMGC.Undergraduate Program-Specific RequirementsNURSING FOR REGISTERED NURSESTo pursue a major in nursing for registered nurses, you must havean associate degree in nursing or a diploma from a registerednursing education program that is recognized by the appropriate state board of nursing and must reside in and have an active,unencumbered nursing license in an approved state.*LABORATORY MANAGEMENTTo pursue a major in laboratory management, you must have completed the required lower-level coursework for the laboratory management major—either within an Associate of Applied Sciencedegree program at a community college with which UMGC hasan articulation agreement or within another appropriate transferprogram. Consult an advisor before electing this major.Graduate Admission RequirementsGeneral Requirements for Graduate Certificatesand Master’s Degree ProgramsTo be considered for admission, you must have graduated froma regionally accredited degree-granting university or college witha bachelor’s degree (or higher). Graduates from other accreditedinstitutions may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Applicants who are not seeking a degree or certificate must meet thesame criteria and are limited to taking a maximum of 12 credits.In addition to the academic criteria listed above, you mustmeet UMGC’s English proficiency requirement, as noted in UMGCPolicy 170.10 Graduate Admission (available online at umgc.edu/policies). Standardized test scores, such as the Graduate RecordExamination (GRE) or Graduate Management Admission Test(GMAT), are not required for most programs. Additional admissionrequirements, which may include standardized test scores, mayapply if you are pursuing certain degree programs. See GraduateProgram-Specific Requirements on p. 8.Regardless of program, your eligibility for admission may belimited by foreign citizenship or international residency, inaccordance with federal law. In such cases, additional admissionprocedures may apply.You must be admitted to the university before you can registerfor classes.* See umgc.edu/nursing for the most up-to-date list of approved states.7C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

ABOUT STUDY AT UMGCGraduate Student StatusTEACHINGAs a graduate student, you are assigned regular or visiting status.REGULARTo be admitted to the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program,you must meet the standard criteria for graduate admission(detailed on p. 7) and provide the following:To be assigned regular student status, you must meet the generaladmission requirements. Official transcripts in the original sealed envelopes demonstrating all of the following:As a student in regular status, you are limited to enrolling inthe number of credits set forth in UMGC Policy 215.00 StudentAcademic Load and Enrollment Status (available online atumgc.edu/policies). Course load is discussed on p. 293.VISITINGINDEXTABLE OF CONTENTSIf you are attending an institution outside the USM, you mustapply for admission to UMGC.If you are a degree-seeking student in good academic standingin an approved graduate program at another University Systemof Maryland institution and wish to take courses at UMGC, youneed not apply for admission to UMGC. Instead, you must obtainan interinstitutional enrollment form from your home institution,complete it, and submit it to admissions@umgc.edu.Your previous coursework will be reviewed by the appropriateUMGC academic department to see if course prerequisites havebeen met. The number of credits you may take and the transferability of academic work completed at UMGC are determined byyour home institution.Graduate Program-Specific RequirementsDATA ANALYTICSTo be admitted to the Master of Science in Data Analytics program, you must meet the standard criteria for graduate admission(detailed on p. 7) and provide one of the following: An official transcript reflecting completion of coursework atthe 200-level or higher in statistics and computer programmingfrom a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum grade of B (Credit from other accredited universities willbe considered on a case by-case basis.) Proof of industry certification, such as IBM certification inCognos, Risk Analytics, SPSS, SAS, Microsoft, Certified Analytics Professional, Certified Business Intelligence Professional,or Certified Health Data Analyst Completion of a major in one of the content areas set forthat umgc.edu/MAT for which certification will be sought (or,subject to UMGC approval, 30 credits in content-related courses) A cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher in content area coursework Proof of a qualifying composite test score on the Praxis COREAssessment test or a qualifying composite score on the Praxis I,SAT, ACT, or GRE. Titles and qualifying scores for these examscan be found at the Maryland State Department of Educationat ation/testing info/praxis1.aspx.Depending on your content area, you may also need to providefurther documentation, as follows: If you are looking to teach computer science and your degree orcoursework is older than five years, you must take the Praxis IIcontent exam for computer science (5652) and submit a qualifying test score (149) to apply to the MAT program, in additionto submitting a qualifying test score on any one of the Marylandbasic skills tests. If you are looking to teach a foreign language, you must alsosubmit scores on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview andWritten Proficiency Test.You can find the deadlines for application to the MAT program,information on how to submit test scores, and information on howto conduct a self-assessment of your transcript for your preferredcontent area at umgc.edu/MAT. Note that UMGC’s educationdepartment will make the determination regarding admission tothe program.Residents of Kentucky may be admitted on a case-by-casebasis only.Note: The complete admission file must be reviewed before you may enrollin any program course.Note: The complete admission file must be reviewed before you may enrollin any program course.8C ATA LO G 20 20–20 21u m g c .e d u /p r o g r a m s

ABOUT STUDY AT UMGCTRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIPTo be admitted to the Master of Science in TransformationalLeadership program, you must meet the standard criteria forgraduate admission and provide documentation demonstratingthat you belong to one of the following military populations: Full-time active-duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces Members of the National Guard Reservists Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces Commissioned Corps members of the U.S. Public Health ServiceINDEXTABLE OF CONTENTS Commissioned Corps members of the National Oceanic andAtmospheric AdministrationGeneral Requirements forthe Doctoral Degree ProgramAdmission to the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program is competitive. Meeting or exceeding the eligibility standardsdoes not guarantee admission.To apply to the DBA program, you must have a master’s degree inan appropriate field of study. You cannot enroll in the prerequisitecourse DBA 600 until your application has been reviewed andaccepted by the department.You are required to complete DBA 600 with a grade of B or higherfor full admission to the program.The doctoral program requires a brief residency at UMGC inAdelphi each semester. If you are residing outside the UnitedStates, you may be required to affirm as part of the admissionprocess that you understand the program’s residency requirement.It is your responsibility to ensure that you can enter the UnitedStates each term to complete the on-site residencies. UMGC cannot advise you on the process or the requirements for entering theUnited States. If you have questions, you should contact the U.S.embassy in your home country for information.Special SituationsApplicants Educated AbroadIf you are applying for admission to an undergraduate program andyou graduated from a high school not located in the United Statesor one of the countries listed at umgc.edu/internationalstudent,you must demonstrate English language proficiency in one of thefollowing ways: Certifying on the admission application that you earned apassing score on a U.S. GED test Certifying on the admission application that you earnedat least 24 credits from an accredited U.S. institution orfrom an institution in one of the countries listed atumgc.edu/internationalstudent Submitting a passing score on an English proficiencyexam

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