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  • Horticulture Science - Hesston College
    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 Degrees and Programs of Study Horticulture Science Horticulture Science A S degree First Year Fall Program courses General Chemistry I Introduction to Biology Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I humanities course Spring Program courses General Chemistry II Introduction to Biochemistry or Environmental Science or Botany Recommended courses Speech Communication Biblical Literature Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Second Year Fall Program courses Organic Chemistry I Calculus I Recommended courses Principles of Macroeconomics Spring Program courses Introduction to Biochemistry or Environmental Science or Botany Elementary Statistics Recommended courses responsibility course integration course 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 Information Technology Computer Science Criminal and Restorative Justice Disaster Management Early Childhood Education Education Elementary and Early Childhood also special education Education Secondary also

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  • Physics - Hesston College
    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 2015 16 Course Catalog Degrees and Programs of Study Physics Physics A S degree First Year Fall Program courses General Chemistry I Calculus I Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I humanities course Spring Program courses General Chemistry II Calculus II Recommended courses Biblical Literature Speech Communication Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Second Year Fall Program courses College Physics I Calculus III Computer Programming I Recommended courses social science course Spring Program courses College Physics II Differential Equations Recommended courses responsibility course electives 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 Information Technology Computer Science Criminal and Restorative Justice Disaster Management Early Childhood Education Education Elementary and Early Childhood also special education Education Secondary also special education Engineering Engineering Technology Computer

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  • Pre-Medicine (also pre-dentistry, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary medicine) - Hesston College
    16 Course Catalog Degrees and Programs of Study Pre Medicine also pre dentistry pre pharmacy and pre veterinary medicine Pre Medicine also pre dentistry pre pharmacy and pre veterinary medicine A S degree First Year Fall Program courses General Chemistry I Cell Biology Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I humanities course Spring Program courses Botany or Zoology General Chemistry II Microbiology Recommended courses Biblical Literature Speech Communication Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Second Year Fall Program courses College Physics I or Calculus I Organic Chemistry I Recommended courses social science course Spring Program courses Botany or Zoology Cell Biology or Microbiology Organic Chemistry II Calculus II or Physics II Recommended courses responsibility course Note Calculus may be delayed until the student s junior year College Physics may be needed but also can be taken during the student s junior year For pre pharmacy include Anatomy and Physiology instead of Botany Zoology 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

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  • Associate of General Studies degree - Hesston College
    hours Engl 125 College Writing I 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 MaSc 210 Elementary Statistics Knowledge Courses 10 hours Social Science 3 hours One of the following 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 3 One of the following 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 4 One of the following 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 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 151 Mass Communication and Society DMgt 175 Disaster Mangement

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  • Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree - Hesston College
    College Writing I Oral Communication 3 Comm 125 Interpersonal Communication or Comm 206 Speech Communication Mathematics 3 to 4 BuAd 112 Personal Finance MaSc 105 College Algebra MaSc 115 Precalculus Mathematics MaSc 116 Introduction to Mathematics MaSc 141 Calculus I MaSc 210 Elementary Statistics Knowledge Courses 10 hours Social Science 3 hours One of the following 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 3 One of the following 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 4 One of the following 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 151 Mass Communication and Society

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  • Aviation - Hesston College
    dates by one semester Air Traffic Control Track Required Program Courses 22 hours grade of C or better and minimum scores of 80 percent in air traffic basic knowledge evaluations Air Traffic Basics I II III and IV Introduction to Aviation Private Pilot I and II Instrument Ground School First Year Fall Program courses Air Traffic Basics I Air Traffic Basics II Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I College Algebra or higher Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Spring Recommended courses Biblical Literature Interpersonal Communication or Speech Communication natural science course responsibility course electives Second Year Fall Program courses Introduction to Aviation Private Pilot I Recommended courses humanities course social science course electives Spring Program courses Air Traffic Basics III Air Traffic Basics IV Private Pilot II Instrument Ground School Recommended courses integration course electives social science course Professional Pilot Flight The flight curriculum prepares students for flight instructing and with experience business and airline flying Flight training at Hesston College coupled with training in airplane maintenance at a maintenance training facility may provide background for Christian mission flying Students may also pursue aviation for personal enrichment The Private Pilot Commercial Pilot and Instrument Rating flight courses are approved under Federal Aviation Administration Part 141 All Aviation ground schools and all other flight courses are conducted under Federal Aviation Administration Part 61 The length of the flight program may vary from two years if entering with a private pilot certificate to three years Participation in the flight program requires a minimum ACT Composite score of 19 or a minimum SAT combined Critical Reading and Mathematics score of 910 or a minimum ASSET reading writing combined scaled score of 88 if neither the ACT nor SAT was taken Students meeting these requirements usually complete the program in five semesters or four semesters plus summer enrollment Students not meeting the above academic acceptance requirements may enroll in the Introduction to Aviation class private pilot ground school If they successfully complete the class pass the FAA test on the first attempt and accomplish their academic contract agreement they may enroll in the flight program the following semester These students usually complete the program in three years six semesters Any student beginning a term on academic contract agreement and or academic probation will not be permitted to enroll in any flight courses during that term possibly prolonging completion dates by one semester A student may also opt to take the program over two and a half or three years allowing one or two semesters for elective courses and time for extracurricular activities employment or other responsibilities If an international student a minimum total score of 80 on the Internet based TOEFL iBT including a Speaking score of 20 is required Professional Pilot Flight Track Required Program Courses 27 to 28 hours grade of C or better required Introduction to Aviation Private Pilot Commercial Ground School Instrument Ground School Instrument Flight I II Mountain Flying Commercial Flight I II Flight Instructor Ground School and Multiengine

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  • Early Childhood Education - Hesston College
    Childhood Education A A A S degree The Early Childhood Education curriculum prepares students to teach in preschools child care centers or child care homes to serve as nannies in private homes or to relate with parents and young children in other settings Emphasis on special education also prepares the student for employment as a paraprofessional in special education preschool classrooms Selection of sociology or psychology coursework for the elective courses can further prepare students for employment in other family and child related professions Required Program Courses 22 hours grade of C or better required Introduction to Early Childhood Education Teaching Learning Strategies in ECE Infants and Toddlers Early Childhood Environments Child Health Care Field Experience in Early Childhood Education sociology course General Education Note take General Psychology to meet the social science requirement and Sociology of Families to meet the integration requirement First Year Fall Program courses Introduction to Early Childhood Education Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I Lifetime Fitness and Wellness General Psychology electives Spring Program courses Teaching Learning Strategies in ECE Infants and Toddlers or Child Health Care Recommended courses Biblical Literature Speech Communication or Interpersonal Communication electives Second Year Fall Program courses Early Childhood Environments Sociology of Families Recommended courses humanities course natural science course electives Spring Program courses Field Experience in Early Childhood Education Infants and Toddlers or Child Health Care Recommended courses mathematics course responsibility course electives Recommendations for pursuing teacher licensure Introduction to Education Diverse Learners Recommendations for Early Childhood and Family Studies Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Social Welfare Cultural Anthropology Social Diversity 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

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  • Nursing (A.A.A.S.) - Hesston College
    take the program over two and one half or three years allowing one or two semesters for prenursing and elective courses and time for extracurricular activities employment or family responsibilities Total hours required in the nursing program range from 71 to 76 depending on the student s academic preparation and competencies The Hesston College nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing ACEN and approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing in the General Information section of the catalog Required Program Courses 56 hours grade of C or better required Core nursing courses Nursing Foundations I 7 hours Foundations II and Maternal Child Nursing 8 Acute Care Nursing I 8 Acute Care Nursing II 8 Clinical Pharmacology I II 2 2 Integration Seminar 3 Support nursing courses Anatomy and Physiology 5 Microbiology 4 Principles of Nutrition 3 Developmental Psychology 3 Pathophysiology 3 General Education Notes or nursing students Speech Communication or Interpersonal Communication meets the oral communication requirement Dosage Calculations within Nursing I meets the mathematics requirement General Psychology meets the social science requirement Anatomy and Physiology meets the natural science requirement Principles of Nutrition meets the self care and responsibility requirements and Acute Care Nursing II meets the integration requirement Introductory Chemistry is required of students who have not completed one year of high school chemistry with a grade of B or better in the last five years Prior to the first term of the two year program students must complete Anatomy and Physiology Integration Seminar is required if comprehensive knowledge benchmark is not met in Acute Care Nursing II First Year Fall Program courses Nursing Foundations I Recommended courses First Year Seminar College Writing I General Psychology Spring Program courses Foundations II and Maternal Child Nursing Clinical Pharmacology I Recommended courses Microbiology Principles

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