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    increase in the importance of education for children in their early years and the importance of the first years of life on long term development Many opportunities await well trained ECE professionals Why should I choose to study early childhood education at Hesston College If you think you might want to make a career of working with young children Hesston College s Early Childhood Education program is for you Yes you will study and stretch yourself academically You will also learn so much as you not only study about but also work with children starting right way your first semester You will receive a lot of mentoring when you serve as an integral of the teaching team for the Hesston College Preschool for a semester during your sophomore year You will also visit numerous programs including special education programs for children birth through eight years old Through these varied experiences you will be exposed to many career options for your future What kind of degree will I earn at Hesston Your goal may be to pursue employment after earning the A A A S in ECE degree at Hesston You will be prepared to teach in a child care center or non public school preschool become a paraprofessional in early and elementary school classrooms or work with children in church settings I loved the way that Hesston s early childhood education program allowed me to be in the classroom setting from the start I was able to combine what I was learning in my ECE classes with my role as an assistant teacher in the Hesston College Preschool I gained a well rounded perspective on child development and early education Studying ECE at Hesston provided a solid foundation and opened the doors for me to continue growing and using my

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    Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Majors Education Elementary and Early Childhood Education Elementary and Early Childhood also Special Education Fulfill your dream of becoming an educator or develop your passion for working with young people by exploring the education department at Hesston College Your Hesston education will provide you with the strong foundation that you will need for upper level studies in Early Childhood Elementary and Special Education Why begin my teacher education journey at Hesston College Hesston College instructors focus their efforts on the development of first and second year education students Through engaging class sessions you will gain a thorough understanding of the current world of education as you for the first time view school through a teacher s eyes The Hesston community warmly welcomes education students to participate in classroom observation reading tutoring and after school programs Surrounding school districts of Newton and Wichita provide more diverse settings for observation and field trips I loved the way that Hesston s early childhood education program allowed me to be in the classroom setting from the start I was able to combine what I was learning in my ECE classes with my role as an assistant teacher in the Hesston College Preschool I gained a well rounded perspective on child development and early education Studying ECE at Hesston provided a solid foundation and opened the doors for me to continue growing and using my degree in a variety of ways Deb Coblentz Class of 2011 How will a two year school provide the basis for a bachelor s degree in teaching Your Hesston academic advisor will guide you into the specific liberal arts courses that you will need for licensure at your chosen transfer institution Prepare for

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    Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Majors Education Secondary Education Secondary also Special Education Fulfill your dream of becoming an educator or develop your passion for working with young people by exploring the education department at Hesston College Your Hesston education will provide you with the strong foundation that you will need for upper level studies in Secondary Education Why begin my teacher education journey at Hesston College Hesston College instructors focus their efforts on the development of first and second year education students Through engaging class sessions you will gain a thorough understanding of the current world of education as you for the first time view school through a teacher s eyes The Hesston community warmly welcomes education students to participate in classroom observation reading tutoring and after school programs Surrounding school districts of Newton and Wichita provide more diverse settings for observation and field trips Majoring in secondary education at Hesston College allowed me to explore a couple of different content areas during my two years I was placed in a real classroom to observe and even teach a lesson in my first year of college Hesston prepared me for the tangibles of teaching like content knowledge learning styles and teaching strategies What was so valuable for me were the intangibles of teaching that I acquired work ethic patience empathy and caring for students are values that will shape my teaching more than any lecture ever would Hesston did that Alex Roth Class of 2011 How will a two year school provide the basis for a bachelor teaching degree Your Hesston academic advisor will guide you into the specific liberal arts courses that you will need for licensure at your chosen transfer institution

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    academic preparation that will take you where you want to go How will Hesston College prepare me for future studies Hesston College offers an associate of science degree a program that provides the opportunity to transfer into a university engineering program of your choice The associate of science degree is especially designed to fulfill the primary sequence of courses required for subsequent upper level engineering programs of study There are many fields of engineering to choose from after Hesston College These include the following engineering fields architectural agricultural aerospace biomedical chemical civil computer electrical environmental industrial mechanical nuclear petroleum After Hesston College you can choose to transfer to a university that provides the accredited program of study for the engineering field of your interest What courses will I take at Hesston College As a pre engineering student you will take the normal pre engineering sequence which includes a number of science and math classes that provide the basics to transfer These include two semesters of chemistry two semesters of physics three semesters of Calculus Differential Equations and Engineering Statics The recommended pre engineering program of study can be adjusted for the specific requirements related to your engineering field Hesston College allowed me to gain a firm foundation for my general education requirements that I needed at the University of Oklahoma The classes at the university although still challenging were better comprehended because of the emphasis on excelling in academics that the atmosphere of the campus and the faculty of Hesston College maintained It was an assuring thought to go into the School of Engineering knowing that I had the groundwork needed to begin my course specific work in the area of Mechanical Engineering Ezra Zoschke 02 Why should I choose Hesston College Class sizes at Hesston College are generally smaller

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    Employee Directory Home Academics Majors Engineering Technology Computer Systems Engineering Technology Computer Systems Computers systems technology builds on foundations of computer science and applies these concepts to today s business environment Students take classes in operating systems computer hardware programming and networking communications humanities social sciences and business In the program you will learn how to design and implement software and hardware and install configure and administer popular network operating systems and become familiar with the communication protocols to successfully implement and integrate networks in real life situations How will Hesston College prepare me for future studies Hesston College offers an associate of science degree a program that provides an opportunity to transfer into a university engineering technology program of your choice The associate of science degree is especially designed to fulfill the primary sequence of courses required for subsequent upper level engineering programs of study After Hesston College you can choose to transfer to a university that provides the accredited program of study for the engineering technology field of your interest Technology programs are accredited by ABET Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology What courses will I take at Hesston College When studying computer systems technology you will take several computer science courses and a number of science and math classes that provide the basics to transfer Also included is one semester of College Physics and one semester of Calculus In addition you will take general education classes which are needed for transferring into the computer systems technology program and the AS degree Hesston College has well equipped computer lab with networking and several operating systems The science laboratories have wireless computerized data gathering equipment Software allows you to analyze your data electronically and see the data on line and share it on the Internet Take a look at

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    Engineering Technology Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology programs focus on application and practice with a balance of theory and laboratory experience Engineering technology graduates are often considered implementers and apply their knowledge and practices to the solution of specific technical and standard design problems Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology jobs include communication engineers electrical engineers design engineers control systems engineers sales engineers avionics engineers engineering technicians engineering associates technical sales associates The electronic and computer engineering technology degree provides a solid foundation in a range of electronic circuit topics Students also receive a strong background in mathematics science and interpersonal communications Education core topics include circuit analysis digital electronics microprocessors programming and interfacing computer programming and RF communication circuits How will Hesston College prepare me for future studies Hesston College offers an associate of science degree a program that provides the opportunity to transfer into a university engineering technology program of your choice The associate of science degree is especially designed to fulfill the primary sequence of courses required for subsequent upper level engineering programs of study After Hesston College you can choose to transfer to a university that provides the accredited program of study for the engineering technology field of your interest Technology programs are accredited by ABET Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology What courses will I take at Hesston College For electronic and computer engineering technology you will take an engineering technology sequence which includes a number of science and math classes that provide the basics to transfer These include two semesters of chemistry two semesters of physics and three semesters of calculus In addition you will take general education classes which are needed for transferring into the engineering technology program The recommended electronic and computer engineering technology program of study can be adjusted depending on the

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    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 Majors Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology programs focus on application and practice with a balance of theory and laboratory experience Engineering technology graduates are often considered implementers and apply their knowledge and practices to the solution of specific technical and standard design problems Mechanical Engineering Technology jobs include mechanical engineers design engineers manufacturing engineers operations and maintenance engineers sales engineers engineering technicians engineering associates production assistants operations and maintenance associates technical sales associates Mechanical engineering technology prepares students for a broad range of technical positions with an emphasis on the practical application of engineering principles to actual industrial problems The mechanical engineering technology program provides students with a strong foundation in applied engineering science mathematics communications humanities social sciences and business The program is designed to meet the diverse needs of the local national and global industry workforce Mechanical engineering technology concepts are used in a multitude of industries and are directly applied to product design and manufacturing How will Hesston College prepare me for future studies Hesston College offers an associate of science degree a program providing the opportunity to transfer into a university engineering technology program of your choice The associate of science degree is especially designed to fulfill the primary sequence of courses required for subsequent upper level engineering programs of study After Hesston College you can choose to transfer to a university that provides the accredited program of study for the engineering technology field of your interest Technology programs are accredited by ABET Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology What courses will I take at Hesston College For mechanical engineering technology you

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    Library Information Science Museum studies Pre law Religious studies and ministry Business management sales and marketing advertising and new media publicity human resources insurance claims and underwriting Public relations account coordination and management media relations Majoring in English Hesston College Writing Fellows program This unique opportunity gives students hands on experience in a writing center environment Develop exceptional critical thinking skills In spring 2015 Hesston College s top sophomores outperformed seniors at four year colleges across the country in objective tests of higher order thinking skills 75th percentile scores compared to 75th percentile of seniors on CLA assessment Develop excellent writing skills Graduating Hesston College sophomores were more likely to receive a 4 or higher in Writing Effectiveness than graduating college seniors 51 of Hesston College sophomores compared to 47 of graduating seniors across the country on the Spring 2015 CLA assessment Broaden your horizons Hesston College English courses invite students to explore our diverse world and to discover their own experiences in a new way Get hands on writing experience Writing and publication opportunities are available with the Hesston College Horizon the student newspaper and The Journal of Writing and Art JWA both housed in the Communications department Cultivate leadership skills The English program prepares students for leadership roles in places of employment and for other fields such as law library science and business Plan of study English program flier English curriculum The English curriculm prepares students with the writing reading and thinking skills necessary for the academy and the workplace Academic advisors work one on one with students to ensure requirements are met for a seamless transition to continuing education and professional careers The Hesston College advantage At Hesston College the education curriculum academic divisions and student development programs offer opportunities for students to develop as persons with intellectual and practical skills who understand human cultures and the natural world while forming them into persons of individualized and social responsibility who understand faith through an Anabaptist Mennonite perspective and persons able to integrate and apply learning Admission Requirements Hesston College admits those students who will benefit from the educational environment of the college and who will contribute to the shared life and cultural vibrancy of the campus community Applicants seeking a degree from Hesston College must be graduates of an accredited high school or its equivalent to be eligible to attend Specific requirements include High school transcript indicating an unweighted GPA of 2 5 or above and college transcript s if applicable indicating a GPA of 1 75 or above Students with lower GPAs may be admitted on Academic Contractual Acceptance Transcript analysis shows successful completion of appropriate high school curriculum or GED certificate Standardized achievement test in the form of ACT or SAT is completed and results are reported to the college ACT Reading score is 15 or above ACT Composite score is 15 or above or SAT Reading Score is 410 or above and SAT Cumulative Score is 1100 or above on the three part test

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