Ms. Tatyana Pashnyak


Phone: 229-243-4259
Office: Room 665, Bldg 600-B Magnolia Hall
PhD in Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies (ABD), Florida State University
MEd in Business Education, University of West Georgia (2002)
BS in Middle Grades Education, University of West Georgia (1998)
AHIMA Certified Healthcare Technology Specialist-Trainer (CHTS-TR)
Certified Online Instructor (COI)

Spring 2018



Course Day/Time Days Time
BUSN 2340 WEB Monday 7-8 pm (online)
HIMT 1150 WEB Tuesday 2-6 pm, TBA (online)
HIMT 1200 WEB Wednesday 7-8 pm (online)
HIMT 1400 WEB Thursday 7-8 pm (online)
HIMT 1410 WEB (Sat 10:30-11:45 AM) Friday 7-8 pm (online)
HIMT 2150 WEB (Sat 12:05-1:45 PM) Saturday 7-8 pm (online)
HIMT 2400 WEB Sunday 7-8 pm (online)
 HIMT 2410  WEB Email 24/7 :)

How to Succeed in My Courses

  1. Be there!  For online courses, log in every day.
  2. Buy your books before semester begins.  Go to BSC Bookstore to look up books.  You can also use websites such as,,,, etc. to compare prices and find cheaper options.
  3. Prepare to learn!  Before you come to class and/or attempt any assignments, review assigned reading materials.  I never ask my students to buy a book unless it will be used extensively and contribute to success.
  4. Plan ahead!  Some assignments may require more than one week.  Divide assignments into manageable chunks and begin working early, instead of waiting to the last day.
  5. Read instructions!  Yep, all those pesky details you were stressing about are already there, waiting to be read and discovered.
  6. Ask questions!  If you are not sure about something, I am always ready to help.

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.               ~Colin Powell

Student Clubs

I am advising two student clubs, Chi Alpha Christian Ministries and Alpha Beta Gamma Business Honor Society.  If you are interested in joining, please email me at

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HSPS Lending Library

The School of Health Sciences and Professional Studies now has a lending library that will allow students that are eligible to borrow a textbook for the semester they are enrolled in the HIMT 1400, HIMT 1410, and HIMT 2400 classes. To be considered for a book loan, Federal guidelines require that you be either a single parent, displaced homemaker, receiving Pell, currently enrolled in a non-traditional program of study, or have Limited English Proficiency.  Students may request use of the lending library if Financial Aid is unavailable or insufficient.

If you have questions about eligibility or to request a book loan, contact Jessica French, 229-248-2058 or