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  • Aaron Zerhusen | Dominican University
    Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Mathematics Department Programs Careers Faculty Clubs and Activities Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Aaron Zerhusen Departments Mathematics Office Location Parmer 330 Office Phone 708 524 5967 Email azerhusen dom edu Job Title Assistant Professor Mathematics Education PhD Purdue University 2006 MS Purdue University 2002 BS University of Kentucky 1999 Publications Jorge Mujica and Aaron Zerhusen Open sets with the

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/departments/mathematics/faculty/aaron-zerhusen (2016-02-18)
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  • Engineering Program | Dominican University
    Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Engineering Program Programs Courses Requirements After Dominican Faculty Students Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Engineering Program Dominican s joint engineering program with Illinois Institute of Technology IIT is a 5 year program in which students earn two degrees one from Dominican and one from IIT The following dual degree options are offered through this program Mathematics and Aerospace Engineering Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering Mathematics and Architectural Engineering Mathematics and Civil Engineering Mathematics and Electrical Engineering Mathematics Computer Science and Computer Engineering Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Students who complete this rigorous and challenging program acquire skills that set them apart from other engineering students in their depth of knowledge the communication skills their flexibility and their adaptibility to changing environments Participants in this program enjoy the best of both worlds by completing coursework in Dominican s liberal arts environments and small classes while also benefiting from IIT s renowned engineering expertise Typically the first four semesters students take courses at Dominican only Starting with the fifth semester joint program students take courses at both IIT and Dominican While the number of credit hours taken at each institution may vary from semester to semester students are always considered full time students at Dominican and part time students at IIT and tuition is paid at Dominican only News Congratulations to our 2013 2014 graduates Anthony Perri Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Megan Schulz

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/departments/engineering (2016-02-18)
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  • French | Dominican University
    History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Overview Core Curriculum Honors Program Academic Programs Courses Departments Faculty Academic Services Undergraduate Research Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus French Dominican s French major concentrates on the language and cultures of the peoples of France and the Francophone world All courses except FREN 289 Introduction to French Cinema are conducted in French French majors must complete 32 semester hours in the language beyond FREN 111 Intermediate French Required courses focus on Advanced language skills including oral fluency grammar and composition History literature and culture of France and the Francophone world All French majors are encouraged to study abroad during their time at Dominican Students who study at Dominican s program in the beautiful university town of Nantes France and wish to have these courses count towards the French major must get prior written approval from the French discipline director Combining foreign language study with business or education coursework increases graduates career options even more Interested students should seek faculty guidance early to ensure timely completion of all degree requirements Tonia Triggiano Department Chair trigtoni dom edu 708 524 6639 Office Fine Arts 327 Courses Faculty Department Site Requirements Major Requirements Minor Requirements Advising Worksheets French 2015 16 pdf French 2014 15 pdf French 2013 14 pdf French 2012 13 pdf French Elem Education 2014 15 pdf French Elem Education 2013 14 pdf French Elem Education 2012 13 pdf French K

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/academics/undergraduate/programs/french (2016-02-18)
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  • Italian | Dominican University
    Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Overview Core Curriculum Honors Program Academic Programs Courses Departments Faculty Academic Services Undergraduate Research Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Italian Dominican s Italian major concentrates on the language and cultures of the people of Italy Advanced courses place particular emphasis on the historical and cultural aspects of Italian language literature Italian majors must complete 32 semester hours in the language beyond ITAL 111 Intermediate Italian Required courses focus on Advanced language skills Italian civilization and culture Literature of Italy Each graduating senior must complete an oral interview patterned on the guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages In place of this interview students may complete a written assessment If the student has already completed a similar interview to complete requirements for the School of Education that interview will suffice However the student must file those results with the Italian discipline director All Italian majors are encouraged to study abroad during their time at Dominican Students who study at one of Dominican s programs overseas and wish to have these courses count towards the Italian major must get prior written approval from the Italian discipline director Tonia Triggiano Department Chair trigtoni dom edu 708 524 6639 Office Fine Arts 327 Courses Faculty Department Site Requirements Major Requirements Minor Requirements Advising Worksheets Italian 2015 16 pdf Italian 2014 15 pdf Italian 2013 14 pdf Italian 2012 13 pdf Italian Elem Education 2014 15 pdf Italian Elem Education 2013 14 pdf Italian Elem Education 2012 13 pdf Italian K 12 Education 2015 16

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/academics/undergraduate/programs/italian (2016-02-18)
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  • Spanish | Dominican University
    Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Overview Core Curriculum Honors Program Academic Programs Courses Departments Faculty Academic Services Undergraduate Research Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Spanish Dominican s Spanish major concentrates on the language and cultures of the peoples of Spain and the countries of Spanish speaking Latin America Advanced courses place particular emphasis on the historical and cultural aspects of Spanish language literature Spanish majors must complete 32 semester hours in the language beyond SPAN 111 Intermediate Spanish Required courses focus on Advanced language skills Civilization and culture of Spain or Hispanic America Literature of Spain Literature of Hispanic America SPAN 304 Professional Spanish is the advanced study of written and oral Spanish as it applies to business and other professional careers Upon completing this popular course students will be able to sit for the Madrid Chamber of Commerce Certification examination Each graduating senior must complete an oral interview patterned on the guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages If the student has already completed a similar interview to complete requirements for the School of Education that interview will suffice The student must file those results with the Spanish discipline director however All Spanish majors are encouraged to study abroad during their time at Dominican Students who study at one of Dominican s programs overseas and wish to have these courses count towards the Spanish major must get prior written approval from the Spanish discipline director Tonia Triggiano PhD Department Chair Modern Foreign Languages 708 524 6639 trigtoni dom edu Courses Faculty Department Site Requirements Major Requirements Minor Requirements Advising Worksheets Spanish 2015 16 pdf Spanish 2014 15 pdf Spanish 2013 14 pdf Spanish 2012 13

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/academics/undergraduate/programs/spanish (2016-02-18)
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  • Foreign Languages | Dominican University
    Support DU Apply Modern Foreign Language Home Programs French Italian Spanish German Minors Faculty Students Language Learning Center News and Events Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Foreign Languages Minor While English is often referred to as the language of business nothing compares to being able to converse with a business partner in their own language Even knowing a related language for example being fluent in French when doing business in Italy or Spain can help increase your credibility Arvid Johnson PhD Dean of the Brennan School of Business Dominican University No matter what your major a foreign language minor adds depth and richness to your college experience As Dean Johnson notes a foreign language minor makes a wonderful complement to a business major Language knowledge helps prepare the student to work in a variety of settings either in this country or abroad Students planning to attend graduate school in the arts or sciences may find the ability to read speak and write another language helpful in understanding their field of study and forging new professional connections Students involved in the helping professions like education psychology and social work will encounter students and clients whose primary language is not English Having language skills will undoubtedly increase your marketability But more importantly you ll be able to communicate more clearly with the people you are trying to help Teaching Certification In education the need for language expertise extends beyond the foreign language classroom As the population in schools becomes more diverse the need for teachers and staff speaking others languages increases Debra Vinci Minogue EdD Assistant Professor of Education Dominican s Modern Foreign Language major programs offer courses leading to a secondary teaching certificate This qualifies graduates to teach in the Illinois public and private school systems The secondary teaching certificate

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/departments/modernforeignlanguages/programs/minor (2016-02-18)
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  • Ray Bahmon | Dominican University
    Learning Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Graduate Studies Business Continuing Studies Education Library Information Science Physician Assistant Studies Social Work University Resources Academic Services Book Store Career Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Modern Foreign Language Home Programs Faculty Students Language Learning Center News and Events Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Ray Bahmon Departments Modern Foreign Language Email rbahamon dom edu Job Title Adjunct Faculty Spanish

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/departments/modernforeignlanguages/faculty/ray-bahmon (2016-02-18)
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  • Veena Carlson | Dominican University
    Studies Social Work University Resources Academic Services Book Store Career Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Modern Foreign Language Home Programs Faculty Students Language Learning Center News and Events Apply Now Request Info Visit Campus Veena Carlson Departments Modern Foreign Language Office Location Fine Arts 325 Office Phone 708 524 6977 Email veencarl dom edu Job Title Professor Italian Education PhD University of Wisconsin at Madison

    Original URL path: http://dom.edu/departments/modernforeignlanguages/faculty/veena-carlson (2016-02-18)
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