Fairleigh Dickinson University, The Office of Jewish Affairs and Israel Programs

E-mail addresses: gisser@fdu.edu (Rabbi Michael Gisser)
yaniv@student.fdu.edu(Yaniv Halily)
elana@student.fdu.edu(Elana Maman-Shapiro)
Enrollment Service: 201-692-2371
International Students office:201-692-2743

SUMMER 2003

Summer I:
May 19 to July 18 2003
No Class: Thursday, June 5 Shavuot, July 4th.

Summer II:
July 21 to August 22, 2003
No Class: August 7 Tisha B`Av

1.We are happy to introduce the program’s new and updated web-site: http://alpha.fdu.edu/jewish. Please take a look at the web-site and log-on for updated information.

2.Registration Period:

SUMMER I - Registration is closed.

SUMMER II - Registration forms should be faxed or mailed to the office by July 28, 2003. Students that send registrations after this date – won’t be processed.

3.Add / Drop Period:

SUMMER I - Students may drop courses by Monday, May 26, 2003. Students that drop courses after this date – will be charged a penalty.

SUMMER II - Students may drop courses by Monday, July 28, 2003. Students that drop courses after this date – will be charged a penalty.

4.MADS 6604 and MADS 6603 are recommended pre-requisites for the MA in Corporate Communications.

5.Material on the MA in Corporate Communication (Starting after Sukkot 2003) is posted. Please call Yaniv for more information.

6.Student ID is issued in the Public Safety office (201-692-2222), Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm. You have to bring a photo ID and a proof of registration to the semester (you can get one from Vanessa in the Enrollment Service office). You don’t need to bring a photo.

7.New Rates Apply: effective Summer II, the new rates will be as followed:

All Undergraduate courses - $999.00

All Graduate courses - $1130.00

8.All requests of the office must be made in writing, either by fax or e-mail!

9. Practical Training workshop is taking place every Friday, between 11:00 to 12:00 at the International Students Office. You may contact them for any question relating your practical training and legal issues.

SUMMER Module II
July 21 to August 22, 2003

Undergraduate Course Offerings (B.A.):

PHIL1105.E1 World Religions

Primitive religions, polytheistic religions of the ancient world, the religions of the Far East and the monotheistic religions of the Near East and the West. UC: Nature and origin of religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity and contrasting religious beliefs of the East and West

Professor: Michael Gisser
Location: Web
Credits: 3.

SOCI 2241.E2 Introduction to Sociology

A systematic introduction to the basic sociological concepts: culture, norms, status, role, groups, character structure, associations, institutions, community and society.

Professor:Inbar Eshed
Day and time: Tuesdays, Thursdays, 5:15 to 8:30
Location: Bnai Zion
Credits: 3.
Cost: $999.00

GRADUATE COURSE OFFERING:

MADS6606.80 Leadership in Complex Organizations

Analysis of leadership behavior and administrative activities. Examination of major theories of leadership and motivation, including trait, behavioral, situational and power-influence leadership theories and acognitive and cognitive motivational principles for various levels of the formal organization.

Professor: Michael Gisser
Day and time: Tuesdays, Thursdays, 5:15 to 8:30
Location: Bnai Zion
Credits: 3.
Cost: $1130.00