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  • English - Hesston College
    Engl 125 College Writing I 3 hours Engl 135 College Writing II 3 hours Engl 212 World Literature 3 hours Engl 217 Literature of Race Ethnicity and Gender 3 hours Engl 220 Creative Writing 3 hours Engl 225 Advanced College Writing 3 hours Faculty Heidi Hochstetler Marissa E King Peter Lehman Karen Sheriff LeVan André Swartley Donovan Tann Villa Writers Project The Villa Writers Project a collaborative effort between Hesston College and Schowalter Villa a local retirement community also offers students opportunities to share their writing with the larger campus community English Department news Historic Hesston home inspiration for author s book October 5 2015 Hesston College ESL instructor and fiction author André Swartley Newton Kan presents to the campus community about writing in an Oct 2 pre release celebration of his fourth book The Wretched Afterlife of Odetta Koop set to be released Oct 31 Swartley along with his wife Kate owns the independent publishing company Workplay Publishing which has Kansas Poet Laureate to present on home March 6 2015 Hesston College will host Wyatt Townley Kansas Poet Laureate on campus Friday March 20 Townley will read her poetry at an 11 a m forum and lead a 3 p m workshop for select Hesston College students Her presentation and workshop center around the theme home Forum will focus on Townley s work and the work of other English faculty to participate in Mennonite Writing Conference March 2 2015 Hesston College along with Fresno Calif Pacific University will co sponsor the seventh in a series of Mennonite writing conferences in the United States and Canada at Fresno Pacific University March 12 to 15 The conference focus on the theme of Movement Transformation and Place and will include readings scholarly paper presentations panels writing workshops performances Instructor presents at Japanese

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/english/ (2016-02-13)
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  • History - Hesston College
    Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs History History Plan of Study for a History Major Our Faculty John Sharp Courses Hist 204 African American History 3 hours Hist 213 Anabaptist History and Thought 3 hours Hist 221 U S History I 3 hours Hist 222 U S History II 3 hours Hist 251 History of World Civilization I 3 hours Hist 252 History of World Civilization II 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

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  • Mathematics - Hesston College
    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 Departments Programs Mathematics Mathematics Majors Engineering 4yr Transfer Mathematics 4yr Transfer Department Purpose The Hesston College Mathematics Department furthers students abilities to read mathematics to reason mathematically and to communicate mathematically The stated purpose applies specifically to students majoring in Mathematics or a related field but also to the entire student population through general education courses and as mathematics is used in other disciplines Faculty Jeff Baumgartner Myron Diener Courses MaSc 090 Elementary Algebra 3 hours MaSc 105 College Algebra 3 hours MaSc 115 Precalculus Mathematics 4 hours MaSc 116 Introduction to Mathematics 3 hours MaSc 141 Calculus I 4 hours MaSc 142 Calculus II 4 hours MaSc 210 Elementary Statistics 3 hours MaSc 241 Calculus III 4 hours MaSc 242 Differential Equations 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 Associate Degree Nursing Bachelor

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  • Music - Hesston College
    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 Departments Programs Music Music 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 Associate Degree Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing LPN to RN Options Nursing Facilities Nursing

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  • Nursing - Hesston College
    its name and is now the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing ACEN Hesston College Nursing s accreditation continues under ACEN The BSN program is approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing The process for officially requesting New Applicant Status is underway with the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education CCNE What do I need to have in order to get into Hesston s ADN or BSN program Applicants are required to meet minimum testing ACT SAT or ASSET and GPA requirements provide transcripts of high school and college coursework submit references and complete prerequisite courses designed to give a solid foundation for nursing Where will I practice nursing skills Students have classes on campus in Lemons Center The facilities include a campus skills lab a nursing simulation lab auditorium classroom student lounge and lockers and faculty offices and reception area For clinicals students go to 13 local health care agencies including community hospitals and large urban medical centers within 30 miles of campus What employment choices will I have after graduation You will have options in many settings medical surgical units operating room maternity pediatrics critical care clinics home health long term care facilities and others You may also choose to continue your education toward an advanced degree in nursing Our graduates have an excellent employment record with local health care agencies The current job market for RNs is wide open with a great shortage projected into the next decade Majors Nursing 4yr 4yr Transfer 1yr 3yr 2yr Program information Associate Degree Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing LPN to RN options Graduate Testimonials Course Descriptions Technical Standards for admission to the program Nursing Facilities Legal qualifications for licensure 2015 Nursing Pinning Ceremony Application Online Hesston College Nursing Application please complete both the full time application for admission and the nursing application Nursing Reference Form PDF Faculty and Staff Marilyn Unruh Flaming academic assistant Becky Bartell Christina Ellis Ruby Graber Heather Hosford Joyce Huber Marla Kauffman Duane Miller Rita Peters Jean Smucker Rodgers Gregg Schroeder Bonnie Sowers Karla Stauffer Sharon Woodward Joy Yoder Nursing Department news 2009 Hesston College Nursing graduate named KHA Healthcare Worker of the Year October 15 2015 Hesston College 2009 Nursing Graduate Lisa Harrelson RN a critical care nurse at Wesley Medical Center was recently named a Kansas Hospital Association s KHA Healthcare Worker of the Year The Health Care Worker of the Year Award recognizes and honors the excellence of health care workers statewide Annually each participating KHA member hospital nominates one Nursing program receives approval for bachelor s degree program March 25 2015 Hesston College received approval from the Kansas State Board of Nursing KSBN March 25 to launch a bachelor of science in nursing program BSN starting with the 2015 16 year The introduction of the program to the existing associate degree program ADN will make Hesston the only college or university in Kansas where students may choose Graduates encouraged to carry values through life May 13 2014 Graduates of Hesston College

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  • Physical Education - Hesston College
    and host the annual 2 mile fun run as well as assist with the on campus workplace wellness incentives Students will be challenged with a solid foundation of introductory courses that will prepare them for degree completion in a variety of physical education fields beyond Hesston Faculty and staff on occasion join various activity skill classes in order to learn and become physically active This allows students to see that the quest for fitness and learning in fitness is lifelong The Physical Education Department crafts various fitness incentives for faculty and staff to participate in during the year PE students are encouraged to assist in the facilitation of these incentives providing this students with the hands on opportunity to work with work place wellness incentives Building Community through Play Activity You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation Plato Through sport and play the human nature is expressed allowing one to learn a lot about people as well as their self through play Students are offered with a variety of experiences that provide a variety of lifetime activity courses challenging students to be active whether individually or as a group fostering improved health and well being The Physical Education Department also incorporates various workplace wellness programs for faculty staff that foster improved health and wellbeing Each year the department or on alternating years the Recreation Leadership class facilitates a two mile walk jog run that brings together students faculty staff parents alumni and others beyond the campus The Folk Dance class trains students to teach basic dances that are often used in larger campus activities as well as small student group activities Athletic Training students gain valuable hands on skills through course labs as well as assisting the Trainer through routine practices and game days Recreation Leadership Games and Activities Learning Environment Yost Center Campus Activities Center Tennis courts Hesston Golf Course Hesston Wellness Center Oswald Field Soccer field Faculty Bryan Kehr Clay Stauffer Courses PhEd 105 Aerobics 1 hour PhEd 115 First Aid CPR 1 hour PhEd 120 Beginning Weight Training 1 hour PhEd 122 222 Tennis 1 1 hour PhEd 123 223 Baseball 1 1 hour PhEd 128 228 Soccer 1 1 hour PhEd 129 229 Basketball 1 1 hour PhEd 131 Yoga 1 hour PhEd 137 237 Volleyball 1 1 hour PhEd 141 Rhythmic Movements 1 hour PhEd 147 247 Softball 1 1 hour PhEd 158 258 Cross Country 1 1 hour PhEd 202 Tennis 1 hour PhEd 204 Golf 1 hour PhEd 205 Recreation Leadership 3 hours PhEd 210 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness 1 hour PhEd 211 Racquetball 1 hour PhEd 215 Introduction to Health Physical Education and Recreation 3 hours PhEd 216 Introduction to Exercise Science 3 hours PhEd 220 Advanced Weight Training 1 hour PhEd 231 Personal and Community Health 3 hours PhEd 233 Canoe Camping 1 hour PhEd 234 Backpack Camping 1 hour PhEd 236 246 Skiing I II 1 1 hour PhEd

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  • Physics - Hesston College
    Physics Majors Engineering 4yr Transfer Engineering Technology Electronic and Computer 4yr Transfer Engineering Technology Mechanical 4yr Transfer Physics 4yr Transfer Pre Pharmacy PP This program is for individuals wishing to pursue a B S M S or Ph D in physics Three or four years of high school math high school chemistry and high school physics are recommended prerequisites College Physics Course Page Student Research Projects Faculty Joel Krehbiel Courses Phys 203 College Physics I 4 or 5 hours Phys 204 College Physics II 4 or 5 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

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  • Social Sciences - Hesston College
    service to others in the church and the world It offers exposure to employment settings introduction to competent professionalism and courses that are transferable Majors Criminal and Restorative Justice 4yr Transfer Disaster Management 4yr Transfer Psychology 4yr Transfer Social Work 4yr Transfer Sociology 4yr Transfer Division Goals To help students develop a philosophy of service that has real life implications To help students understand power and privilege as a social construct in the United States and the world To encourage ongoing development and assessment of innovative cutting edge curriculum To create an environment on campus that supports respects and celebrates diversity Faculty CJ Byler Dan Muhwezi Kevin Wilder Courses Soc 111 The Helping Relationship 3 hours Soc 112 Introduction to Social Welfare 3 hours Soc 120 Transcultural Service Term 1 or 2 hours Soc 122 Religions of the World 3 hours Soc 123 Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture May Term 3 hours Soc 123 Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture Summer Term 9 hours Soc 150 Service Learning 1 to 6 hours Soc 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 hours Soc 202 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 hours Soc 203 Introduction to Sociology 3 hours Soc 207 Sociology of Families 3 hours Soc 211 Conflict Resolution 1 hour Soc 215 Social Diversity 3 hours Soc 220 Social Psychology 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

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