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  • Aviation - Hesston College
    2 30 p m Monday through Friday All FAA tests are 150 or 140 for AOPA members Contact Hesston College to schedule your CATS test at 316 283 6161 Directions to Hesston College s CATS Testing Center Visit the CATS Testing home page for specific information Fleet and Rates Aviation Course Fees Air Traffic Control Course Fees Tuition Flight Training Prerequisites Aviation Scheduler Program highlights Aviation as Mission Larks Rally Mountain Flying Airline Training Orientation Program and more Hesston College Aviation Facebook group Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Scholarships Hesston College has several endowed scholarship to assist aviation students In addition students may apply for assistance from a variety of other organizations that also offer scholarships Faculty Amy Birdsell Bob Harder Dan Miller Travis Pickerill Courses Avia 101 Introduction to Aviation 3 hours Avia 103 104 Private Pilot I II 3 1 hours Avia 112 Air Traffic Basics I 3 hours Avia 113 Air Traffic Basics II 3 hours Avia 151 Commercial Ground School 3 hours Avia 211 Instrument Ground School 3 hours Avia 212 Air Traffic Basics III 3 hours Avia 213 Air Traffic Basics IV 3 hours Avia 220 Instrument Flight I 1 hour Avia 221 Instrument Flight II 2 hours Avia 225 Mountain Flying 1 hour Avia 230 Commercial Flight I 3 hours Avia 231 Commercial Flight II 2 hours Avia 232 Multiengine 1 hour Avia 235 Flight Instructor Ground School 4 hours Avia 240 Flight Instructor Airplane 2 hours Avia 241 Flight Instructor Airplane Instrument 1 hour Avia 260 Airline Training Orientation Program ATOP 1 hour Avia 270 Multiengine Instructor Advanced 2 hours Hesston College offers you exceptional preparation to get your career in aviation off to a flying start To schedule a tour of our facilities including a free introductory flight

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/aviation/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Bible and Ministry - Hesston College
    transferable credit in the areas of biblical studies youth ministry and pastoral ministries Provide enrichment Help students reflect on their spiritual formation and develop skills and understanding in these fields as a way of enriching their relationship with God the church and the world Provide a professional foundation Prepare students for employment in a ministry setting either immediately or as a foundation for further education with the goal of ministry What can I do with a Bible or Youth Ministry degree A bachelor s degree in Bible or youth ministry offers many wonderful career options It opens the door for a pastorate or youth associate pastorate or work in a person related field such as camping ministry counseling or the mission field And Hesston is a wonderful place to begin your work toward that degree If you are attracted to writing and teaching you should consider curriculum writing and or a career teaching Bible at a variety of educational levels The sky is the limit When thinking about your future with an interest in Bible or Youth Ministry you should keep in mind two important considerations the inward call to a special ministry and an outward call from your congregation that validates God s call on your life At Hesston we take this call from God and others seriously and will help you process what that call means for you How will the program transfer when I finish my Hesston studies The Bible and Ministry department at Hesston College has a wonderful reputation for preparing students to continue on in theological studies The program with the famous Bib Lit class as the cornerstone gets great reviews from the other Mennonite colleges where our program transfers easily into the upper levels Every year we receive notes from other professors expressing appreciation for the training their students received at Hesston Bible and Youth Ministry Scholarships Anabaptist Vision and Discipleship Series Our Faculty Michele Hershberger John Sharp Kevin Wilder Courses Relg 100 Biblical Literature 3 hours Relg 115 Exploring Ministry 3 hours Relg 121 Introduction to Youth Ministry 3 hours Relg 122 Evangelism and Church Growth 2 or 3 hours Relg 123 Programming for Youth Ministry 3 hours Relg 131 Faith and Discipleship 3 hours Relg 202 Biblical Studies Psalms and Epistles 3 hours Relg 208 Biblical Studies Prophets and Revelation 3 hours Relg 214 Peacemaking and Justice 3 hours Relg 215 Introduction to Theology 3 hours Relg 221 Worship and Celebration 2 or 3 hours Relg 222 Preaching 3 hours Relg 224 Christian Education 2 or 3 hours Relg 228 229 Youth Ministry Seminar I II 1 1 hours Relg 260 Jesus and the Gospels 3 hours Heilsgeschichte samples For fun A Marion Michele and Tim Bib Lit Capital One advertisement What s in your Bible A Marion and Michele Bib Lit Sonic advertisement Literary Lunch Another Marion and Michele Bib Lit Sonic advertisement WWJD Marion and Michele s drive up window Subway ad Marion and Michele s Sin Man Departments Programs

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  • Biology - Hesston College
    supplying biology and science majors with the training and knowledge to successfully advance in the discipline provides allied health science majors especially those in nursing with the foundational knowledge and methodology of biology necessary to their vocation and provides an experience in the integration of reason and faith to the general education student Learning Environment The biology department is continually upgrading the laboratory equipment especially as it relates to innovative computerized laboratory experiments However there is a constant emphasis on hands on experiences computers are used to analyze data but the student still has to do the necessary laboratory wet bench work that is essential in much of the biological work The laboratories are wonderful settings for students to interact and cooperate in laboratory projects There are also group study sessions which bring students together in an informal setting to assist in course work At least once a year there is a science division wide gathering where students and faculty and spouses gather for an informal evening which usually includes a dinner some get acquainted activities and a lecture presentation by an invited guest Courses BiSc 100 Introduction to Biology 4 hours BiSc 102 Introduction to Biochemistry 4 hours BiSc 103 Cell Biology 4 hours BiSc 110 Environmental Biology 4 hours BiSc 120 Environmental Science 4 hours BiSc 203 Botany 4 hours BiSc 204 Zoology 4 hours BiSc 205 Anatomy and Physiology 4 or 5 hours BiSc 206 Microbiology 3 or 4 hours BiSc 215 Pathophysiology 3 hours Departments Programs Art Art Alumni Online Gallery of Works by Students What it takes to be a professional artist Conrad Snider Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Fleet and Rates Flight Training Prerequisites Aviation Course Fees Program Highlights Scholarships Using VA Education Benefits

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/biology/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Business and Computer Information Technology - Hesston College
    the students during their two years on campus Instructors get to know the students closely through the small class sizes their role as advisors and the ability to work with students in multiple classes throughout their time at Hesston College The students find a supportive environment in the Business CIT division Students work closely with each other and their instructors in a community that is both supportive and challenging Instructors work to create an environment where students feel comfortable taking risks Mission and Philosophy Hesston College exists to develop persons toward the model of Jesus Christ as revealed in his life and teachings and toward active participation with the body of Christ the church in the world This commitment calls for a style of education that is radically person centered The focus of the college community is the nurture and development of the student In full support of the Hesston College mission statement the Business and Computer Information Technology Department curriculum is designed to develop business principles and computer technology skills for the transfer student and the career student Students will Understand and utilize the language of business and technology Demonstrate effective skills in writing speaking mathematics and visual communication in an organized and concise manner using appropriate business formats Utilize appropriate information and technology to effectively complete business related tasks Understand the role of the free market system as an economic driver in the local national and global economic markets Develop critical thinking creative thinking and problem solving skills needed to assist in a variety of business operations Demonstrate an awareness of business ethics social responsibility faith and stewardship and apply them in decision making processes Increase self awareness by identifying and analyzing individual strengths weaknesses and career options Collaborate effectively with a diverse team to accomplish a variety

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/business-and-computer-information-technology/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Chemistry - Hesston College
    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 Departments Programs Chemistry Chemistry Our Majors Agriculture Science 4yr Transfer Chemistry 4yr Transfer Engineering 4yr Transfer Engineering Technology Mechanical 4yr Transfer Environmental Science 4yr Transfer Health and Medical Occupations 4yr Transfer Pre Pharmacy PP A Chemistry major may also be used for pre med pre dental and pre pharmacy High school chemistry and second year algebra are highly recommended prerequisites Classes are designed for both those without and with some background in chemistry Students participate extensively in class activities and projects Our Faculty Marelby Mosquera Jim Yoder Courses Chem 101 Introductory Chemistry 4 hours Chem 102 Introduction to Biochemistry 4 hours Chem 121 General Chemistry I 4 or 5 hours Chem 122 General Chemistry II 4 or 5 hours Chem 203 Organic Chemistry I 4 hours Chem 204 Organic Chemistry II 4 hours Departments Programs Art Art Alumni Online Gallery of Works by Students What it takes to be a professional artist Conrad Snider Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Fleet and Rates Flight Training Prerequisites Aviation Course Fees Program Highlights Scholarships Using VA Education Benefits at Hesston College Bible and Ministry Anabaptist Vision and Discipleship Series Heilsgeschichte samples Psalms and Epistles weekend course Bible and Youth Ministry Scholarships Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Business Department Award and Bill Mason Scholarship winners Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Disaster Management Program Alumni Disaster Management FAQs Disaster Management Scholarships Program Flow Chart Education Early Childhood Education Preschool English English Language Proficiency Requirements ESL Courses Villa Writers Project History Mathematics Music Choir Auditions Music Faculty Music Inquiry Form Music Scholarship Auditions Perform Unique Learning Opportunities in Music Nursing

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/chemistry/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Communications - Hesston College
    and others as unique individuals and encourages them to apply the processes of competent communication critical thinking and social responsibility in ways that celebrate this uniqueness build and maintain personal and group relationships and develop and support a variety of communities Learning Environment Communication students work in a variety of settings including the traditional classroom where discussion and in class activities are emphasized as a key component of learning Students at Hesston are offered immediate opportunities to practice and develop practical skills needed for future careers in the field For students interested in journalism the Hesston College Horizon newspaper provides a chance to develop and strengthen writing editing layout and design and photography skills For students interested in multimedia communication hands on practical projects for public viewing documentary making audio slideshows digital design projects enhance learning and engage the entire campus Internships at area TV and radio stations campus jobs with media services and cooperatives help students explore vocational possibilities early on in their academic journey The Friesen Center Mac Lab has 14 state of the art computers with a variety of software for graphic design and multimedia creation Student Publications The Hesston College Horizon Faculty Kendra Burkey Rachel Jantzi Gary Oyer Courses Comm 111 112 Publication Seminar Newspaper 1 1 hours Comm 115 Desktop Publication 3 hours Comm 125 Interpersonal Communication 3 hours Comm 128 Introduction to Digital Media 3 hours Comm 151 Mass Communication and Society 3 hours Comm 205 Business Communication 3 hours Comm 206 Speech Communication 3 hours Comm 241 Writing for Media 3 hours Departments Programs Art Art Alumni Online Gallery of Works by Students What it takes to be a professional artist Conrad Snider Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Fleet and Rates Flight Training

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  • Disaster Management - Hesston College
    Program exists to develop leadership abilities in managing disaster response emphasizing Christ like service to socially vulnerable people Our Faculty Cleo Koop Where are they now Disaster Management alumni go everywhere Gallery Relating to homeowners is a big part of the Summer Field Experience Andrew Penner connects with a homeowner Logan Orpin gives a wall hanging to a homeowner as part of an MDS home dedication Homeowners also receive the book The Hammer Rings Hope a Bible and the keys to their new home For Construction Skills class first year students build a shed on campus John Miller instructor advises Kendrik Mast Jeffrey Smoker works on the shed This construction experience will come in handy for the Summer Field Experience The first and second year DMP students participate in a team building day on the adventure course at Prairie View Mental Health Center The team building day builds cooperation communication and problem solving skills Logan Rierson does some mudding and taping in a house in Gulfport Miss as part of the Summer Field Experience The DMP students do many one day service projects throughout the school year Ben Rush and Elisabeth Wilder work on a ramp in Midwest City Okla The focus of Mennonite Disaster Service is on cleaning up repairing and rebuilding homes This activity becomes a means of touching lives and helping people regain faith and wholeness Courses DMgt 105 Introduction to Disaster Response 3 hours DMgt 110 120 210 220 MDS Culture I II III IV 1 1 1 1 hours DMgt 175 Summer Field Experience 3 hours Departments Programs Art Art Alumni Online Gallery of Works by Students What it takes to be a professional artist Conrad Snider Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Fleet and Rates

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  • Education - Hesston College
    Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Education Education Majors Early Childhood Education 2yr Education Elementary and Early Childhood 4yr Transfer Education Secondary 4yr Transfer Special Education 4yr Transfer Hesston College Preschool The Hesston College laboratory Preschool provides rich observation and hands on experiences for students studying early childhood education It also provides a half day preschool program to serve children families and the Hesston community Faculty Tami Keim Marissa E King Larisa Miller Lawrence Courses Educ 103 Introduction to Education 3 hours Educ 104 Field Experience 1 hour Educ 200 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3 hours Educ 201 Teaching Learning Strategies in ECE 3 hours Educ 202 Infants and Toddlers 3 hours Educ 207 Early Childhood Environments 3 hours Educ 210 Diverse Learners 3 hours Educ 211 Child Health Care 3 hours Educ 275 Field Experience in Early Childhood Education 2 to 4 hours Educ 287 Cooperative Education 1 to 3 hours Departments Programs Art Art Alumni Online Gallery of Works by Students What it takes to be a professional artist Conrad Snider Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Fleet and Rates Flight Training Prerequisites Aviation Course Fees Program Highlights Scholarships Using VA Education Benefits at Hesston College Bible and Ministry Anabaptist Vision and Discipleship Series Heilsgeschichte samples Psalms and Epistles weekend course Bible and Youth Ministry Scholarships Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Business Department Award and Bill Mason Scholarship winners Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Disaster Management Program Alumni Disaster Management FAQs Disaster Management Scholarships Program Flow Chart Education Early Childhood Education Preschool English English Language Proficiency Requirements ESL Courses Villa Writers Project History Mathematics Music Choir Auditions Music Faculty Music Inquiry Form Music Scholarship

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/education/ (2016-02-13)
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