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  • Academic Records and Transcript Requests, Appeal Procedure - Hesston College
    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 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Records and Transcript Requests The Registrar s Office is custodian of all academic records and transcripts are available upon written request The request should include the name used while attending Hesston birthdate dates of attendance present phone number and mailing address and complete instructions for processing and mailing the transcript Transcripts are issued only after all financial obligations to the college have been fulfilled and all chapel attendance requirements have been met Appeal Procedure A student is guaranteed the right to appeal decisions regarding his or her academic record or status if the decision was unreasonably disproportionate to the infraction policies and procedures that affect the student s right to receive a fair decision were not followed the decision was not supported by evidence new evidence has become available Concerns about grades or other course related issues should be discussed first with the instructor or department involved If

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  • Academic Support Services - Hesston College
    News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Support Services Academic Support Services Mary Miller Library As the information and learning center for Hesston College Mary Miller Library supports the academic programs students faculty and staff by providing a variety of information resources and access to resources by educating library patrons in the use and evaluation of the resources and by assisting library patrons with their information research needs The library provides appropriate and up to date information resources and access to resources which support all academic areas of the college orientation in the use and evaluation of the information resources individual research and reference assistance to students faculty and staff in a courteous and caring fashion library spaces and atmosphere which inspire study and learning and are comfortable and inviting hours of service helpful to library patrons leisure resources for library patrons Media and Instructional Technology Services Hesston College Media and Instructional Technology Services MITS aids faculty in effectively using instructional technologies to support learning in and out of the classroom The director of MITS manages Moodle our

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  • Student Success - Hesston College
    with special needs Professional documentation may be required to receive these services courses designed to improve study skills and to develop tools that are an integral part of lifelong learning Basic Writing College Reading Strategies and Career Development quiet study atmosphere and staff to assist students with course work individual consultation with ACCESS staff for problem solving brainstorming and discussing strategies that will enhance academic success free peer tutoring services available for any student writing assistance for any stage of the writing process career advising for students still deciding on or changing their majors Personal Counseling Counseling services are available free of charge to all students faculty and staff Frequently raised questions or concerns include relationships anxiety depression family eating disorders or low self esteem The campus counselor s office is located in Friesen Center Contact the counselor to make an appointment The counselor makes referrals to area mental health services if requested by the student or if more specific intervention is needed The counselor also refers persons who need evaluation for self destructive or potentially life threatening behaviors International Student Services Through the office of the director of International Student Services Hesston College provides a wide variety of support services to international students The director is available for counseling and advising in matters related to cultural adjustment dormitory and roommate concerns and other concerns or problems that may occur North American students are also welcome to utilize the director s services for counseling and advising related to issues or concerns that affect the college s unique mix of many cultures and backgrounds Writing Fellows Program Writing Fellows work with students in assigned courses on designated course assignments to facilitate drafting and revision processes Fellows meet with professors to understand course writing assignments and relevant writing conventions and then comment

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  • Off-Campus Relationships - Hesston College
    a course by course basis Goshen College assures the acceptance of any Hesston College associate of arts associate of science or associate of general studies graduate with junior standing All CORE curriculum requirements at Goshen are satisfied with the exception of the Study Service Term Global Issues Seminar and the E Portfolio Hesston graduates must meet any admission standards for specific degree programs as well as competencies and specific courses for professional programs with external licensure standards Kansas State University Salina assures the acceptance of designated courses that satisfy associate of science degree requirements at Hesston College provided that the final grades meet prerequisite requirements Those courses along with additional courses at K State Salina may be used to obtain a baccalaureate degree in engineering technology with options in computer systems technology electronic and computer engineering technology or mechanical engineering technology Students may use the services of a K State faculty advisor who will facilitiate the transfer process Kansas Wesleyan University assures the acceptance of any Hesston College associate of arts and associate of science graduate as a baccalaureate degree seeking student with junior standing Hesston credits will transfer as a block to cover all needed general education requirements Transfer students must meet all other prerequisite program degree and residency requirements as described in the KWU academic catalog The associate of applied arts and sciences and the associate of general studies degrees are not included in the agreement Messiah College assures the acceptance of any Hesston College associate of arts graduate into its degree programs with junior standing providing that students follow the prescribed Messiah College baccalaureate degree requirement earn an associate degree in the transfer program at Hesston College with a cumulative GPA of 2 5 or higher submit the Christian Life Recommendation form and sign the Community Covenant These students are assured admission to Messiah College with a junior level standing The determination of specific program requirements for a baccalaureate degree shall be the responsibility of Messiah College Hesston College students will be treated the same as other students transferring to Messiah College of equal class standing when applying for financial aid and in the award and distribution of funds will receive consideration for campus housing on the same basis as native Messiah College students of equal class standing and will receive equal opportunity to pre register for classes and have access to other student services on the same basis as native Messiah College students of equal class standing Newman University assures the acceptance of any Hesston College associate of arts and associate of science graduate as a baccalaureate degree seeking student with junior standing Beginning with the 2012 13 academic year Newman University accepts the associate of ats degree and the associate of science degree as meeting the skills and general education requirements of the Newman Studies Program except for philosophy and theology which will be evaluated separately Hesston College associate of applied arts and sciences graduates are not included in this agreement Sterling College assures the

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  • Degrees and Programs of Study - Hesston College
    humanities and social sciences as well as in depth study of mathematics and the natural sciences It mirrors the first two years of a bachelor of science degree program at a four year institution See details Associate of General Studies A G S The Associate of General Studies degree is awarded to students who complete a more limited distribution of courses in the humanities natural sciences and social sciences It provides flexibility for students to satisfy the unique requirements of bachelor s degree programs at a variety of four year institutions See details Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences A A A S The Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences is awarded to students who complete a combination of general education and technical courses in a specific discipline It serves students who intend to seek employment or further education in a particular career field after graduation See details Graduation and Commencement Ceremonies Commencement exercises are held once a year at the close of spring term for all students who have completed degree requirements within the past academic year Students who lack no more than one course of completing requirements are also invited to participate with the degree awarded when all graduation requirements are met Requirements for a degree may be completed during any term The official graduation date is the date that the last requirement is met For students who complete degree requirements by transferring work back to Hesston College from another institution the graduation date is the date that the registrar receives the transcript Second Degree Students with one Hesston College degree may receive a second degree upon completion of a minimum of twelve Hesston College hours in addition to those required for the first degree and all departmental graduation requirements Catalog 2015 16 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic

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  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Hesston College
    Anatomy Physiology Pathophysiology Microbiology Developmental Psychology and Nutrition Transfer hours must have grades of C or better Residency 33 of final 65 hours must be earned at Hesston College Skills Courses 15 hours Written Communication 6 hours Engl 125 College Writing I and Engl 135 College Writing II or Engl 225 Advanced College Writing Oral Communication 3 Comm 125 Interpersonal Communication or Comm 206 Speech Communication Mathematics 6 MaSc 105 College Algebra and MaSc 210 Elementary Statistics Knowledge Courses 31 hours Social Science 9 hours Psy 200 General Psychology Psy 206 Developmental Psychology and Soc 203 Introduction to Sociology Humanities 6 One course from two of the following areas Engl 112 Studies in Literature Engl 212 World Literature Engl 217 Literature of Race Ethnicity and Gender Hist 221 222 U S History I II Hist 251 252 History of World Civilization I II Hum 200 Art Appreciation Hum 203 Theatre Appreciation Hum 206 Music Appreciation Hum 215 Introduction to Film Span 102 Elementary Spanish II Span 201 Intermediate Spanish I Natural Science 16 BiSc 205 Anatomy Physiology BiSc 206 Microbiology BiSc 215 Pathophysiology and Chem 101 Introductory Chemistry Responsibility Courses 4 hours SCS 101 First Year Seminar and Nutr 210 Principles of Nutrition Faith Course 3 hours Relg 100 Biblical Literature Integration Course 3 hours Nurs 402 Acute Care Nursing II Nursing Courses 65 hours minimum 300 Nursing Foundations I 302 Foundations II Maternal Child Nursing 305 Holistic Assessment I 306 Nursing Theories Proffessional Practice 308 Healthcare Ethics 310 Holistic Assessment II 312 Healthcare Systems Policy and Practice 316 Evidence Based Practice 331 Clinical Pharmacology I 400 Acute Care Nursing I 402 Acute Care Nursing II 405 Interprofessional Communication 406 Healthcare Informatics Quality Safety 410 Community Health 412 Nursing Leadership 416 Advancing Scholarly Writing 431 Clinical Pharmacology II and 490

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  • Associate of Arts degree - Hesston College
    Writing II or Engl 225 Advanced College Writing Oral Communication 3 Comm 206 Speech Communication Mathematics 3 to 4 One of the following MaSc 105 College Algebra MaSc 115 Precalculus Mathematics MaSc 116 Introduction to Mathematics MaSc 141 Calculus I or MaSc 210 Elementary Statistics Knowledge Courses 20 hours Social Science 6 hours Econ 221 Principles of Macroeconomics Psy 200 General Psychology PolS 121 American Government and Politics Soc 202 Cultural Anthropology Soc 203 Introduction to Sociology Humanities 6 One course from two of the following areas Engl 112 Studies in Literature Engl 212 World Literature Engl 217 Literature of Race Ethnicity and Gender Hist 221 222 U S History I II Hist 251 252 History of World Civilization I II Hum 200 Art Appreciation Hum 203 Theatre Appreciation Hum 206 Music Appreciation Hum 215 Introduction to Film Span 102 Elementary Spanish II Span 201 Intermediate Spanish I Natural Science 8 One course from two of the following areas BiSc 100 Introduction to Biology BiSc 110 120 Environmental Biology Science BiSc 205 Anatomy and Physiology Chem 101 Introductory Chemistry Chem 121 General Chemistry I PhSc 200 Principles of Physical Science PhSc 201 General Astronomy Phys 203 College Physics I Responsibility Courses 5 hours SCS 101 First Year Seminar PhEd 210 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness and one of the following BuAd 220 Management Engl 212 World Literature Hist 204 African American History Hist 213 Anabaptist History and Thought Hum 240 European History and Fine Arts Nutr 210 Principles of Nutrition PhEd 231 Personal and Community Health Relg 131 Faith and Discipleship Relg 214 Peacemaking and Justice Soc 122 Religions of World Soc 215 Social Diversity Faith Course 3 hours Relg 100 Biblical Literature Integration Course 3 hours One of the following BuAd 112 Personal Finance Chem 204 Organic Chemistry II Comm

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  • Art (also graphic design) - Hesston College
    Employee Directory Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Degrees and Programs of Study Art also graphic design Art also graphic design A A degree First Year Fall Program courses Introduction to Design 3 D Design Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I math course social science course Spring Program courses Art Appreciation Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Photography Recommended courses Biblical Literature College Writing II Speech Communication Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Second Year Fall Program courses Introduction to Drawing Introduction to Ceramics Basic Typography Recommended courses humanities course natural science course responsibility course Spring Program courses Ceramics II or Drawing II Introduction to Painting or Watercolor Painting Recommended courses second social science course second natural science course integration course Recommendations Include Art Appreciation as a humanities course Check transfer catalogs for additional guidance in selecting courses for related fields such as advertising architecture and graphic design Catalog 2015 16 Degrees and Programs of Study Agricultural Sciences Art also graphic design Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Associate of Arts degree Associate of General Studies degree Associate of Science degree Athletic Training Aviation Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bible and Ministry Biology Business also accounting economics Chemistry Communications Computer

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