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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    a business Emphasizes the concepts and principles used to analyze accounting transactions The course includes the accounting cycles for service and merchandising firms and corporate accounting methods of preparing and analyzing related financial statements Specific aspects of accounting also addressed include control over cash current and plant fixed assets current and long term liabilities and the time value of money Financial Accounting I is designed for both accounting majors and non majors Prerequisite sophomore standing or consent of instructor BuAc 206 Managerial Accounting I 3 hours Focuses on the study of accounting in terms of management s information requirements This course emphasizes the use of accounting information to assist managers in decision making planning and controlling the operations of the business Prerequisite BuAc 205 2015 16 Course Catalog BuAc Academic Life BuAc Academic Integrity BuAc Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure BuAc Academic Support Services BuAc Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration BuAc Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities BuAc Off Campus Relationships BuAc Special Courses BuAc Student Success BuAc Admissions BuAc Applying for Admission BuAc More Admission Policies BuAc Course Descriptions BuAc Enrollment Statistics BuAc Faculty and Staff BuAc Administrative Council BuAc Faculty Adrian Hershberger BuAc Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed BuAc Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer BuAc Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty BuAc Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association BuAc Staff BuAc Financial Aid BuAc Financial Aid Eligibility BuAc Grants BuAc Loans BuAc Scholarships BuAc General Information BuAc Assessment Accreditation and Memberships BuAc Educational Facilities BuAc General Education BuAc Mission Vision and Purposes BuAc Philosophy BuAc Legal Notices BuAc Degrees and Programs of Study BuAc Agricultural Sciences BuAc Art also graphic design BuAc Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree BuAc Associate of Arts degree BuAc Associate of General

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    credit housing and other consumer decisions legal protection insurance investments retirement and estate planning Includes the fundamentals of financial planning so the student can make informed choices related to spending saving borrowing and investing that lead to long term financial security For business and non business students An Integration Source Course BuAd 205 Business Communication 3 hours Success in business requires effective written and oral communication This writing intensive course analyzes various standard business situations to allow students to gain confidence in business communication Specific focus will be given to clarifying the writer s audience and focus throughout the writing process Prerequisite Engl 125 and keyboarding typewriting skills or SCS 090 Beginning Keyboarding BuAd 210 Marketing 3 hours Marketing according to the American Marketing Association is the activity set of institutions and processes for creating communicating delivering and exchanging offers that have value for customers clients partners and society at large This course is designed to acquaint students with the principles and problems of marketing goods and services as well as the methods of distribution from the producer to the consumer BuAd 211 Office and Information Management 3 hours Explores administrative office principles and functions of managing an office and the integration of basic skills knowledge technology software human relations and administrative elements of the office environment Prerequisite consent of instructor BuAd 218 Entrepreneurship 3 hours In a step by step process students will learn how to turn business ideas into opportunities by starting and operating a small business This course is not a simulation The business creation will be real as students work in groups of two or three to start and run their businesses Upon completion of the business project students will analyze their successes and failures and then decide what charitable organizations should receive the net profit from the operations of the business Prerequisite BuAd 109 or consent of instructor BuAd 220 Management 3 hours Explores the basic management functions of planning organizing leading and controlling Emphasizes communication decision making diversity ethics hiring problem solving and teamwork Other topics include self assessment and career planning Students are encouraged to explore their own management skills and styles Course assignments apply classroom concepts to real situations Prerequisite sophomore standing or consent of instructor A Responsibility Source Course 2015 16 Course Catalog BuAd Academic Life BuAd Academic Integrity BuAd Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure BuAd Academic Support Services BuAd Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration BuAd Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities BuAd Off Campus Relationships BuAd Special Courses BuAd Student Success BuAd Admissions BuAd Applying for Admission BuAd More Admission Policies BuAd Course Descriptions BuAd Enrollment Statistics BuAd Faculty and Staff BuAd Administrative Council BuAd Faculty Adrian Hershberger BuAd Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed BuAd Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer BuAd Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty BuAd Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association BuAd Staff BuAd Financial Aid BuAd Financial Aid Eligibility BuAd Grants BuAd Loans BuAd Scholarships BuAd

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    goal its intended audience and venue the understanding and application of basic design principles to give form and visual meaning to a publication based on its purpose and the understanding use of professional software for layout design creation and manipulation of graphics BuCS 117 Computer Applications 3 hours Helps students understand and utilize the advanced capabilities of typical software used in the workplace worldwide Topics include file management advanced word processing intermediate advanced features of spreadsheets advanced presentations beginning intermediate features of publishing and databases and integration of software applications For students with a working knowledge of word processing and spreadsheets BuCS 119 Advanced EXCEL 1 hour A hands on course for computer users wishing to gain comprehensive spreadsheet skills The course emphasizes the use of Microsoft Excel to solve a variety of spreadsheet problems that are likely to be encountered in both the workplace and in the personal life of an individual Advanced Excel includes more details of creating worksheets charts working with lists reports and creating pivot tables This course includes working with more advanced formulas creating and using macros and solving complex problems Prerequisite BuCS 112 or consent of instructor BuCS 123 Web Authoring and Publishing 3 hours Introduces students to HTML5 Hypertext Markup Language CSS3 Cascading Stylesheets text and graphical editors and server and client side technologies Students will be able to create web pages that contain text graphics links tables forms and scripts BuCS 126 Networking Technologies 3 hours Covers basic data communications and networking concepts including network models protocols operating systems cabling and hardware IP addressing and subnetting switching and routing wireless technologies networking services network administration and troubleshooting procedures BuCS 138 Computer Programming I 3 hours Focuses on structured programming techniques and introduces object oriented programming Topics include data types calculations control structures arrays classes inheritance input output and files This introductory programming course is taught using Alice and Java Prerequisite BuCS 112 or consent of instructor BuCS 141 Computer Network Administration 3 hours Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to perform installation implementation administration and troubleshooting tasks in a Microsoft Windows environment BuCS 225 Website Design 3 hours Includes discussion demonstration and development of elementary web design techniques that incorporate HTML5 Photoshop Dreamweaver and Flash software Assignment criteria emphasizes the development of aesthetics critical thinking and beginning technical competence The basic principles of graphic design are included together with technologies that effectively communicate with web viewers Prerequisite BuCS 123 or consent of instructor BuCS 230 Service and Support 3 hours Covers the installation configuration upgrade diagnosis and troubleshooting of computer software and hardware in a hands on lab environment After course completion students have the option of testing for CompTIA A certification Prerequisite BuCS 126 or consent of instructor BuCS 238 Computer Programming II 3 hours Focuses on structured programming techniques and object oriented programming Topics for this second course in computer programming include software engineering principles sorting and searching algorithms dynamic variables and data structures Prerequisite BuCS 138 or consent of

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    as they relate to small individual decisions such as choices made by single households businesses or markets This course analyzes the economic relationship between individual households and business firms Prerequisite Econ 221 Econ 261 Industrialization to Globalization 3 hours Provides a lens for understanding the complex changes in modern society and its interconnectedness in the global economy through the close study of one specific good a common t shirt This analysis will provide one glimpse into history culture business economics ethics and environmental science as students examine the birth and growth of a business industry from industrialization through the rise of globalization in the current world economy Central topics include the economic growth of the textile industry in the United States and throughout the developing world the use and misuse of labor in textile production the environmental impact of industrialization and possible solutions for the future Same as Hum 261 An Integration Source Course 2015 16 Course Catalog Econ Academic Life Econ Academic Integrity Econ Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Econ Academic Support Services Econ Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Econ Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Econ Off Campus Relationships Econ Special Courses Econ Student Success Econ Admissions Econ Applying for Admission Econ More Admission Policies Econ Course Descriptions Econ Enrollment Statistics Econ Faculty and Staff Econ Administrative Council Econ Faculty Adrian Hershberger Econ Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Econ Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Econ Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Econ Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Econ Staff Econ Financial Aid Econ Financial Aid Eligibility Econ Grants Econ Loans Econ Scholarships Econ General Information Econ Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Econ Educational Facilities Econ General Education Econ Mission Vision and Purposes Econ Philosophy Econ Legal Notices Econ

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    Engr Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Engr Consumer Information Engr Accreditation Engr Governance Engr Employment Engr Bookstore Engr Employee Directory Engr Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Engr Course Descriptions Engr Course Descriptions Engr Engr 221 Statics 3 hours Covers compositions and resolutions of force systems centroids moment of inertia Applies the principles of statics to engineering problems including force analyses of simple structures Prerequisites MaSc 142 and Phys 203 2015 16 Course Catalog Engr Academic Life Engr Academic Integrity Engr Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Engr Academic Support Services Engr Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Engr Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Engr Off Campus Relationships Engr Special Courses Engr Student Success Engr Admissions Engr Applying for Admission Engr More Admission Policies Engr Course Descriptions Engr Enrollment Statistics Engr Faculty and Staff Engr Administrative Council Engr Faculty Adrian Hershberger Engr Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Engr Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Engr Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Engr Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Engr Staff Engr Financial Aid Engr Financial Aid Eligibility Engr Grants Engr Loans Engr Scholarships Engr General Information Engr Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Engr Educational Facilities Engr General Education Engr Mission Vision and Purposes Engr Philosophy Engr Legal Notices Engr Degrees and Programs of Study Engr Agricultural Sciences Engr Art also graphic design Engr Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Engr Associate of Arts degree Engr Associate of General Studies degree Engr Associate of Science degree Engr Athletic Training Engr Aviation Engr Bachelor of Science in Nursing Engr Bible and Ministry Engr Biology Engr Business also accounting economics Engr Chemistry Engr Communications Engr Computer Information Technology Engr Computer Science Engr Criminal and Restorative Justice Engr Disaster Management Engr Early Childhood Education Engr Education Elementary and

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    complemented with occasional hands on projects Art as it reflects the human condition will be used to gain an appreciation of a wide variety of art A Knowledge Source Course Hum 203 Theatre Appreciation 3 hours Designed to give students a working knowledge of theatre engage them in critical thought about the themes of productions and develop an appreciation of theatre as an art form Emphasizes the process of theatre production and gives an overview of theatre history Students will gain experience in playwriting designing directing and acting Students will attend four or five professional or collegiate level productions as a class Additional fee to cover tickets will be charged to student accounts A Knowledge Source Course Hum 206 Music Appreciation 3 hours Introduces all musical styles of Western music through listening analysis and a study of the various periods and styles of music history including Medieval Renaissance Baroque Classical Romantic Impressionistic and Contemporary Designed to give students a working knowledge of the constituent elements of music so that they can actively and carefully listen to a wide variety of music A Knowledge Source Course Hum 209 Human Thought and Belief 3 hours Integrates spiritual emotional physical and intellectual understanding as they relate to the search for meaning Draws upon the disciplines of history religion philosophy and ethics Prerequisite sophomore standing Hum 215 Introduction to Film 3 hours Introduces students to film concepts and terminology history criticism and film as a medium of communication Subjects of focus selected by course professor Course involves required evening film screenings A Knowledge Source Course Hum 240 European History and Fine Arts 3 hours A three week study tour of Europe with a focus on European history and culture church history architecture music and visual arts The course will emphasize Romanesque Gothic and Baroque church architecture composers and painters native to areas visited in Europe and Anabaptist thought and practice in relation to Protestantism and Catholicism Course includes class sessions and research prior to departure written assignments and an oral presentation while in Europe and a written evaluation upon return Offered alternate summers Open only to members of Hesston College Chorale and Bel Canto Singers A Responsibility Source Course Hum 261 Industrialization to Globalization 3 hours Same as Econ 261 See course description listed under Economics An Integration Source Course 2015 16 Course Catalog Hum Academic Life Hum Academic Integrity Hum Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Hum Academic Support Services Hum Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Hum Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Hum Off Campus Relationships Hum Special Courses Hum Student Success Hum Admissions Hum Applying for Admission Hum More Admission Policies Hum Course Descriptions Hum Enrollment Statistics Hum Faculty and Staff Hum Administrative Council Hum Faculty Adrian Hershberger Hum Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Hum Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Hum Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Hum Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Hum Staff Hum Financial Aid Hum Financial Aid

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    campus each semester Musical literature is chosen from the canon of string orchestra and chamber orchestra repetoire Credit optional Mus 137 Class Guitar 1 hour Introduces folk guitar Develops knowledge and skill of basic guitar chording strumming patterns finger picking music reading and playing while singing Music is chosen in consultation with the instructor Students provide their own guitars Mus 141 Music Theatre Workshop 1 hour Same as ThAr 141 See course description listed under Theatre Arts Mus 151 152 251 252 Private Woodwinds 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in woodwinds by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 153 154 253 254 Private Brass 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in brass by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 155 156 255 256 Private Percussion 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in percussion by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 157 158 257 258 Private Strings 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in strings by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 161 162 261 262 Private Voice 1 to 2 hours One to one vocal instruction that includes technical exercises to develop musical skills and physical coordination for singing and vocal literature chosen according to the personal vocal and musical needs of the student Extra fee Mus 171 172 271 272 Private Piano 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in piano by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 181 182 281 282 Private Organ 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in organ by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 191 192 291 292 Private Guitar 1 to 2 hours Private lessons in guitar by individual appointment with the instructor Prerequisite previous experience or consent of instructor Prerequisite for second year courses first year courses Extra fee Mus 200 201 Music Theory I II 4 4 hours Studies music reading dictation composition counterpoint form traditional and twentieth century harmony and keyboard harmony Prerequisite for Mus 200 Mus 105 or consent of instructor Prerequisite for Mus 201 Mus 200 Mus 231 Sophomore Music Recital 1 hour Offered to students who are taking two hours of music studio credit in their major area of study and perform a sophomore recital This course assists the student in working with all aspects of putting together a music recital including selecting repetoire marketing writing program notes and reflecting on the recital Sophomore standing and approval by the music faculty is required An Integration

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    Governance Nutr Employment Nutr Bookstore Nutr Employee Directory Nutr Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Nutr Course Descriptions Nutr Course Descriptions Nutr Nutr 210 Principles of Nutrition 3 hours A study of nutrients their functions and factors affecting their utilization in individuals during the life span Emphasizes the importance of nutrition in the support of optimal growth and development and in maintenance of high level wellness The application of nutrition principles is emphasized throughout the course A Responsibility Source Course 2015 16 Course Catalog Nutr Academic Life Nutr Academic Integrity Nutr Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Nutr Academic Support Services Nutr Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Nutr Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Nutr Off Campus Relationships Nutr Special Courses Nutr Student Success Nutr Admissions Nutr Applying for Admission Nutr More Admission Policies Nutr Course Descriptions Nutr Enrollment Statistics Nutr Faculty and Staff Nutr Administrative Council Nutr Faculty Adrian Hershberger Nutr Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Nutr Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Nutr Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Nutr Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Nutr Staff Nutr Financial Aid Nutr Financial Aid Eligibility Nutr Grants Nutr Loans Nutr Scholarships Nutr General Information Nutr Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Nutr Educational Facilities Nutr General Education Nutr Mission Vision and Purposes Nutr Philosophy Nutr Legal Notices Nutr Degrees and Programs of Study Nutr Agricultural Sciences Nutr Art also graphic design Nutr Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Nutr Associate of Arts degree Nutr Associate of General Studies degree Nutr Associate of Science degree Nutr Athletic Training Nutr Aviation Nutr Bachelor of Science in Nursing Nutr Bible and Ministry Nutr Biology Nutr Business also accounting economics Nutr Chemistry Nutr Communications Nutr Computer Information Technology Nutr Computer Science Nutr Criminal and Restorative Justice

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