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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    hours Additional problems and a research project are required of students enrolled for five hours Prerequisites for four hours trigonometry for five hours calculus or concurrent enrollment in MaSc 141 Calculus I A Knowledge Source Course Phys 204 College Physics II 4 or 5 hours Continues College Physics I including the areas of electricity and magnetism light optics and modern physics The four hour course is non calculus based for students interested in general physics for science related fields The five hour course is calculus based and designed to meet the requirements for pre engineering and majors in physics and other fields of science Prerequisite Phys 203 and math through pre calculus level for four hours MaSc 141 Calculus I and MaSc 142 Calculus II are required for students enrolled for five hours 2015 16 Course Catalog Phys Academic Life Phys Academic Integrity Phys Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Phys Academic Support Services Phys Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Phys Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Phys Off Campus Relationships Phys Special Courses Phys Student Success Phys Admissions Phys Applying for Admission Phys More Admission Policies Phys Course Descriptions Phys Enrollment Statistics Phys Faculty and Staff Phys Administrative Council Phys Faculty Adrian Hershberger Phys Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Phys Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Phys Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Phys Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Phys Staff Phys Financial Aid Phys Financial Aid Eligibility Phys Grants Phys Loans Phys Scholarships Phys General Information Phys Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Phys Educational Facilities Phys General Education Phys Mission Vision and Purposes Phys Philosophy Phys Legal Notices Phys Degrees and Programs of Study Phys Agricultural Sciences Phys Art also graphic design Phys Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    for Urban Life and Culture exploring and learning about Chicago while engaging in a three day a week placement practicum pertinent to the student s major any and all majors Soc 123 Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture Summer Term 9 hours The Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture s summer session includes a seminar internship and city living Spend four days a week in a professional internship and study the issues of race class culture and art in the Chicago Communities and Cultures Seminar Soc 150 Service Learning 1 to 6 hours Provides guided study and reflection of the social context for participants with Mennonite service agencies The course will help the student integrate the service experience with basic sociological concepts and theories Details are worked out in a learning contract with the vice president of Academics or other appointed instructor prior to the beginning of the experience Soc 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 hours Provides a beginning understanding of crime and criminal justice in the United States Uses an interdisciplinary approach that blends a strong liberal arts educational experience with pre professional instruction in the field of criminal justice Introduces a variety of legal policy making and law enforcement fields Soc 202 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 hours Involves study of various past and present cultures throughout the world Presents basic anthropological concepts such as kinship economics art religion and government Introduces related subjects of physical anthropology archaeology and linguistics A Knowledge Source Course Soc 203 Introduction to Sociology 3 hours Examines group structure and the influences of group life on human behavior Introduces such concepts as culture socialization deviance and the social institutions of religion politics and education Sophomores are given enrollment priority A Knowledge Source Course Soc 207 Sociology of Families 3 hours Explores the concept of family from a sociological research and systems perspective including foundations of marriage and family intimate relationships family life and inequalities and challenges in families Students majoring in social work sociology early childhood education disaster management or psychology as well as other persons interested in the subject matter are encouraged to enroll An Integration Source Course Soc 211 Conflict Resolution 1 hour Explores an extensive method of conflict resolution that can be applied to such settings as the legal system churches business schools families and disaster scenarios Students will identify their own conflict style This course has applications for all students no matter their field of study Required for disaster management students Soc 215 Social Diversity 3 hours Explores social diversity from macro and micro perspectives Types of diversity analyzed include race ethnicity gender sexuality social class religion age groups generations and ableism Examines the influences of social reality social structure and social construction as related to social diversity Makes inquiry in terms of how individuals carry various degrees of privilege or penalty depending on their place in society Examines diversity in terms of the beauty it provides and the institutional and personal problems that accompany it

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    increasing proficiency to spoken and written Spanish in the present past and future tenses and should be able to demonstrate further cultural understanding of the Spanish speaking world Prerequisite Span 101 or consent of instructor A Knowledge Source Course Span 201 Intermediate Spanish I 3 hours The third in a four semester two year sequence Span 201 builds on grammar and language skills acquired in the first year language courses such as present and past tenses and object pronouns applying this grammar to more complex thematic contexts While reviewing first year grammar and studying new grammar points students explore cultural and historical themes and topics relating to Latin America Spain and Hispanics in the U S through readings videos and class discussion in the target language Prerequisite Span 102 or consent of instructor A Knowledge Source Course Span 202 Intermediate Spanish II 3 hours Continues Span 201 and develops a more advanced proficiency in Spanish This course provides instruction for and assesses students reading writing speaking and listening and provides a continuation of study of the cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish speaking world Grammatical elements include present past future and compound tenses and the indicative imperative and subjunctive moods Students will increase their language proficiency and cultural understanding through vocabulary building composition and readings in literature and culture Prerequisite Span 201 or consent of instructor 2015 16 Course Catalog SPAN Academic Life SPAN Academic Integrity SPAN Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure SPAN Academic Support Services SPAN Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration SPAN Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities SPAN Off Campus Relationships SPAN Special Courses SPAN Student Success SPAN Admissions SPAN Applying for Admission SPAN More Admission Policies SPAN Course Descriptions SPAN Enrollment Statistics SPAN Faculty and Staff SPAN Administrative Council SPAN

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    brief description of workshops attended and submit a project highlighting one of the plays viewed workshops attended or one of the professional personalities at the festival Instructor consent required Additional fee ThAr 125 126 225 226 Drama Participation 1 or 2 hours Orients students to the inner workings of play production Credit is earned by participating in one of the productions throughout the semester Credit can be earned working on stage or behind the scenes in stage management choreography costuming set building light design makeup properties or publicity ThAr 127 Acting 3 hours Introduces students to the fundamentals of theatre performance Instruction is given in basic acting technique including speech movement and expression Also introduces students to the basic theatre components utilized by actors including scene and character analysis and audition techniques ThAr 128 Directing 3 hours Students experience how a director s vision shapes a theatre production as well as the various components that go into a full production Students select a one act play and then work with student and faculty designers to bring their vision to life The shows are then offered for campus wide viewing An independent study at the first and second year level Prerequisites ThAr 127 and instructor s consent ThAr 141 Music Theatre Workshop 1 hour Introduces the fundamentals of performance for the singing actor with instruction in movement relaxation acting technique and singing technique Offered in spring semesters in which a full musical production is not mounted Culminates with a public scenes program of works from the musical theatre and opera repertoire Requires concurrent enrollment in Private Voice Corequisite concurrent enrollment in Mus 161 162 261 or 262 or consent of instructor ThAr 211 Drama in the Church 3 hours Prepares students to add to the dynamic life of the church through hands on experience with dramatic readings readers theatre short dramatic pieces and full length plays Involves creative prayer and introduction to resources for creative additions to worship or outreach Useful for church leaders pastors and teachers as well as actors and performers 2015 16 Course Catalog thar Academic Life thar Academic Integrity thar Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure thar Academic Support Services thar Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration thar Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities thar Off Campus Relationships thar Special Courses thar Student Success thar Admissions thar Applying for Admission thar More Admission Policies thar Course Descriptions thar Enrollment Statistics thar Faculty and Staff thar Administrative Council thar Faculty Adrian Hershberger thar Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed thar Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer thar Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty thar Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association thar Staff thar Financial Aid thar Financial Aid Eligibility thar Grants thar Loans thar Scholarships thar General Information thar Assessment Accreditation and Memberships thar Educational Facilities thar General Education thar Mission Vision and Purposes thar Philosophy thar Legal Notices thar Degrees and Programs of Study thar Agricultural Sciences thar Art also graphic

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  • HC history items for sale - Hesston College
    Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Mary Miller Library Hesston College Archives HC history items for sale HC history items for sale John Sharp s Centennial history book A School on the Prairie and the matching DVD can be purchased from the Hesston College Bookstore With the purchase of this book you will also receive a free copy of Mary Miller s 1959 Hesston history book A Pillar of Cloud These duplicate yearbooks are available for purchase for 10 which includes shipping Contact Gary Oyer at garyo hesston edu to purchase Year Number Year Number Year Number Year Number 1920 0 1944 1 1967 11 1990 10 1921 2 1945 2 1968 15 1991 0 1922 10 1946 10 1969 10 1992 9 1923 7 1947 6 1970 10 1993 9 1924 8 1948 4 1971 11 1994 10 1925 8 1949 8 1972 8 1995 10 1926 7 1950 5 1973 1 1996 10 1927 4 1951 4 1974 0 1997 10 1928 4 1952 4 1975 0 1998 10 1929 7 1953 8 1976 0 1999 10 1930 5 1954 1 1977 0 2000 10 1931 5 1955 14 1978 0 2001 10 1932 9 1956 6

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  • Archive Material - Hesston College
    Request Partner Program Update Your Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Mary Miller Library Hesston College Archives Archive Material Archive Material To access Hesston College Archives for research Contact Gary Oyer archivist at Email gary oyer hesston edu Phone 620 327 8243 Mail Gary Oyer Hesston College Archives Box 3000 Hesston KS 67062 Hesston College Mary Miller library has numerous books on Hesston College Mennonite and family history Search the library s catalog here If you have items that you think might be of interest to the archives For on campus faculty and staff please refer to the document Hesston College Archives and Records Management Process April 12 2013 found on M drive in the Academic folder on what types of materials the archives wants Or you can always

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  • Hesston College History - Hesston College
    Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Mary Miller Library Hesston College Archives Hesston College History Hesston College

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  • Equipment Instructions - Sanyo and Panasonic projectors - Hesston College
    input should be displayed in the upper left corner of the screen It will be on the input that was last used By pressing input you will cycle back and forth between the video input and the computer input Select the one you want in this case video Turn on the audio amp and select Video as the input Make sure the red tape light is not on If it is press the tape button to turn it off Also make sure the selector for Speakers A is on and not Speakers B Insert the video tape or DVD into the player Press play ffw rwd etc as desired The Sanyo remote does not control the VCR DVD or volume When finished turn off the projector with the remote and put it back in the cabinet When you press the power button button the first time on the remote it will ask you again if you want to turn off the projector so you will have to press the power button again The red light on the projector will then brighten as it cools itself down Turn off any other equipment in the cabinet that you turned on To project an image from the computer If the projector is not already on point the remote at the projector on the ceiling and press the power button The red light on the bottom of the projector will dim Press the button marked input to change the image source or with the Kropf Center remote controls just choose computer or video After a couple of seconds the name of the input should be displayed in the upper left corner of the screen If the computer is not already turned on turn it on and the computers image will be projected on the

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