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  • Appalachian State University / Geology (BS) – Quantitative Geoscience
    schools and industry geophysicist Dr Scott Marshall Meet more faculty Student Profile Hannah Krueger Hannah s undergraduate research in geophysics is preparing her for graduate school where she plans to study seismic waves created by earthquakes Courses Students must complete a 31 hour geology core plus courses in math chemistry physics Unlike the other geology degree tracks Quantitative Geoscience students must complete Calculus I Calculus II Calculus III and either Linear Algebra or Differential Equations Most students complete all five mathematics courses thereby earning a mathematics minor The Physics and Chemistry requirements are the same as for the B A and B S degrees Key courses in quantitative geoscience include Geochemistry Introduction to Geophysics Hydrogeology Advanced Environmental Engineering Geology Quantitative Data Analysis for Earth and Environmental Scientists Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Geology BS Environmental Geology Geology BS Paleontology Geology BS Secondary Education Geology BA Minors A minor is optional Most students select Mathematics Physics or Chemistry View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian Geological Society a student group devoted to appreciating and preserving earth s environment history and natural wonders is actively involved in community service university events and geological excursions A seminar series every Friday which attracts an average of 80 students Frequent field trips Summer research with faculty Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Geology offers study abroad programs and has faculty involved in research on every continent from the tops of mountains to the bottom of the ocean Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Appalachian s location is a perfect setting for studying geology so you ll benefit from field trips and local resources The Department of Geology does not offer a graduate program so faculty members focus entirely on high quality instruction and research opportunities for undergraduates Many of our students have presented their research at professional meetings and or published research in peer reviewed journals As a student you will have access to facilities and equipment that other institutions typically reserve for graduate students There are many opportunities for research creative projects and internships All faculty have one or more students working with them on research projects Number of Students Approximately 30 Method of Delivery On campus Contacts Department of Geology College of Arts and Sciences Dr Bill Anderson Department Chair andersonwp appstate edu Department of Geology Western North Carolina is the perfect setting to study geology and Appalachian s Department of Geology offers these degrees Geology BA Geology BS Geology Environmental Geology BS Geology Quantitative Geoscience BS Geology Paleontology BS Geology Secondary Education BS College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/geology-quantitative-geoscience (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Global Studies (BA)
    Hesterberg 11 With a strong interest in Eastern Europe s developing democracies Camille Hesterberg felt right at home in Appalachian s interdisciplinary Global Studies degree Courses Core courses Contemporary Global Issues Seminar in Global Studies and Senior Capstone plus selections from social sciences courses and humanities arts courses These are combined with a minimum 24 hours of a focus area within Global Studies and six semester hours of a language at the intermediate level or higher Global Studies majors also are strongly encouraged to study abroad for one or two semesters Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors Students are required to minor in a foreign language Arabic Chinese French German Japanese Russian or Spanish Other common choices for a second minor or double major are Anthropology Art Communication History International Business Political Science English as a Second Language Global Connections Certificate There is also a Global Connections Certificate that is available to all Appalachian students regardless of their major It includes 15 21 hours of course work study abroad and at least 40 hours of community service View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Among Appalachian s more than 300 clubs and organizations there are many groups that represent languages cultures and international causes International Studies Association ISA has over 6 500 members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association dedicated to international studies Global Learning Across all disciplines Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements To declare this major students must have earned 30 semester hours have a 2 0 C grade point average GPA and completed English 1000 and 1100 Also students must make an appointment with the Global Studies director to discuss a focus area and draft a plan of study for the Global Studies major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian A foreign language minor is required plus 24 semester hours in a selected focus area Students attracted to this degree tend to be curious self motivated and skilled at making connections and have a healthy sense of adventure This major has a strong focus on experiential learning such as undergraduate research service learning and internships The degree is housed in the Department of Cultural Gender and Global Studies which promotes creative cross disciplinary investigation of complex systems and problems Number of Students Approximately 130 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Bilingual Educator Bilingual Officers Clerks Tellers Civil Service Employee Cultural Officer Customs Immigration Officer Disaster Relief Organizer Foreign Correspondent Foreign Diplomat Fund Raiser Importer Exporter International NGO Manager Labor Relations Specialist Linguist Missionary National Security Agent Overseas Teacher Peace Corps Volunteer Travel Writer UN Employee Translator UNESCO Official Volunteer Manager View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Cultural Gender and Global Studies Dr Alexandra Sterling Hellenbrand Program Director hellenbranda appstate edu 828 262 7225 or 828 262

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  • Appalachian State University / Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology (BS) - Cross Media Production
    Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Minors A General Business minor is required of all Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology majors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Technical Association of the Graphic Arts TAGA a student club of this professional organization Gamma Epsilon Tau a national collegiate honors society for graphic art students Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students learn in campus laboratories using contemporary production technology Mountaineer Printing is a student run print shop serving the campus community It is operated as part of an advanced printing and finishing course Two internships are required to deepen students practical knowledge and experience The GAIT program is well supported by an active industry advisory board that supports the program mission and provides students opportunities for industry internships This program offers a number of scholarships Number of Students 55 in the GAIT program Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Pre press managers Post press managers Digital press managers Schedulers Estimators Art directors Account managers Vice presidents of sales View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art Dr George Glisan Professor and program coordinator 828 262 8155 glisangb appstate edu 119 Katherine Harper Hall Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art Education Art History Art Management Commercial Photography Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design and Studio Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group of

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  • Appalachian State University / Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology (BS) - Packaging Production
    Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Minors A General Business minor is required of all Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology majors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Technical Association of the Graphic Arts TAGA a student club of this professional organization Gamma Epsilon Tau a national collegiate honors society for graphic art students Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students learn in campus laboratories using contemporary production technology Mountaineer Printing is a student run print shop serving the campus community It is operated as part of an advanced printing and finishing course Two internships are required to deepen students practical knowledge and experience The GAIT program is well supported by an active industry advisory board that supports the program mission and provides students opportunities for industry internships This program offers a number of scholarships Number of Students 55 in the GAIT program Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Pre press managers Post press managers Digital press managers Schedulers Estimators Art directors Account managers Vice presidents of sales View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art Dr George Glisan Professor and program coordinator 828 262 8155 glisangb appstate edu 119 Katherine Harper Hall Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art Education Art History Art Management Commercial Photography Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design and Studio Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group of academic departments

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  • Appalachian State University / Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology (BS) - Print Production
    Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Minors A General Business minor is required of all Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology majors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Technical Association of the Graphic Arts TAGA a student club of this professional organization Gamma Epsilon Tau a national collegiate honors society for graphic art students Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students learn in campus laboratories using contemporary production technology Mountaineer Printing is a student run print shop serving the campus community It is operated as part of an advanced printing and finishing course Two internships are required to deepen students practical knowledge and experience The GAIT program is well supported by an active industry advisory board that supports the program mission and provides students opportunities for industry internships This program offers a number of scholarships Number of Students 55 in the GAIT program Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Pre press managers Post press managers Digital press managers Schedulers Estimators Art directors Account managers Vice presidents of sales View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art Dr George Glisan Professor and program coordinator 828 262 8155 glisangb appstate edu 119 Katherine Harper Hall Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art Education Art History Art Management Commercial Photography Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design and Studio Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group

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  • Appalachian State University / Graphic Design (BFA)
    minor often choose Studio Art with Portfolio Review Studio Art without Portfolio Review or Art History View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom AIGA ASU The student led affiliate of AIGA the Professional Association for Design Art History Club An environment in which to discuss issues related to art history and to prepare for careers in art history and related fields Arts Management Organization AMO Seeks to promote professionalism and networking within the arts fields by increasing the awareness of the arts on Appalachian s campus and in the community NAEA National Association of Art Educators Student Chapter Promotes arts advocacy professional development and leadership opportunities in visual arts education for the benefit of emerging educators in diverse communities Student Art League An organization bridging the gap among the Department of Art s many disciplines The Peel Literature and Arts Review The university s student run literary arts publication that is produced three times a year Learn more Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society In the Department of Art faculty regularly take students on regional and national trips as well as study abroad programs to introduce them to the diverse world of art Admission Requirements All Graphic Design majors must submit their work to Candidacy Portfolio Review for acceptance into this degree program Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian No portfolio required for entering freshmen Strong job prospects after graduation due to a growing industry The Department of Art offers high quality facilities for all of its degrees Internships offer students networking and practical experience to help begin their careers Local sites include Mountaineer Football Appalachian Voices High Country Home Magazine and Package Design Media Other locations include Publicis in Bangkok Thailand Zero Canvas in Chicago Discovery Communications in Chicago Bobcats Sports and Entertainment in Charlotte and Lightbulb Creative in Charlotte This degree has a laptop and design software requirement Students can participate in Art Haus a residential learning community where those interested in the visual arts live together during their freshman year Number of Students 97 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Advertising director Art director Book designer Cartoonist Catalog page designer Communications specialist Computer graphic artist Creative director Editorial artist Fashion illustrator Graphic designer Multimedia designer Typographer Video game designer Web designer View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Employers Gap New York City McCall Publishing Company New York City Public Theater New York City Skyline Films New York City Tiffany and Co New York City Harman International Michigan Amazon com and CreateSpace Charleston SC Fifty Fifty San Diego CA WealthEngine Bethesda MD Oculus Studios in Lexington KY Raizlabs in Boston MA Mobelux in Richmond VA Footbridge Media in Pensacola FL MetroStar Systems in Reston VA Red Hat in Charlotte Beanstalk Data in Charlotte COCG in Raleigh McKinney in Durham Registered Creative in Durham Cuberis in Durham Skookum in Denver CO thoughtbot in Denver CO ECRS in Boone Samaritan s

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  • Appalachian State University / Health and Physical Education, K-12 (BS)
    Physical Education Physical Education Practicum Physical Education Methods Health Education Methods Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors HPE majors select an 18 semester hour Second Academic Concentration in either Sport Science and Coaching or Public Health and complete 24 semester hours of Professional Education coursework which includes a 12 semester student teaching internship as part of the degree requirements View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Students have opportunities to join numerous professional organizations providing resources services and support for future teachers and educators See a list Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian HPE majors are given a variety of early frequent and progressively complex authentic teaching opportunities to develop the skills needed for success in teaching and coaching The program provides a comprehensive innovative educational experience that is grounded in the synergy of teaching scholarship and service All teacher education programs at Appalachian State University are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation CAEP and are approved by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction NCDPI Method of Delivery On campus only Careers School physical education specialist Health educator Coach Athletic director View more career possibilities Contacts College of Health Sciences Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education Dr Scott Townsend Program Director townsndjs appstate edu 828 262 7153 Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education RMPE prepares highly qualified recreation management and health and physical education professionals who have the capacity and desire to improve the lives of those in the communities in which they live

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/health-physical-education-k-12 (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Health Care Management (BS)
    Methods Quality Management Process Improvement in Health Care Health Services Organization Behavior and Design Human Resource Mgmt in Health Svc Orgs Health Information Systems Professional Development I Professional Development II Internship Health Services Financial Management Principles of Leadership for Health Services Orgs Health Informatics Health Law and Policy Ethics in Health Care Seminar in Health Care Management Program of Study Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is not required View all minors Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This degree was established in the Walker College of Business in 1972 and has demonstrated a remarkable reputation for producing graduates who assume key leadership positions in their organizations and make valuable contributions to their communities health care delivery systems Since 2010 11 the program has been housed in the College of Health Sciences Students gain significant work experience through a required internship in the health care industry This often leads to permanent employment at the host site or at other sites through contacts made during the internship Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Health care manager Health care supervisor Health care section head Health care department manager Managing director View more career possibilities Contacts Beaver College of Health Sciences Department of Nutrition and Health Care Management Dr Dave Williams willimsdr appstate edu 828 262 7335 Department of Nutrition and Health Care Management The Department of Nutrition and Health Care Management promotes healthy lifestyles to improve communities through its undergraduate programs and areas of concentration in Dietetics Foodsystems Management and Health Care Management plus

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