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  • Actuarial Science | Millikin University
    in elementary school mathematics such as geometry measurement probability and statistics Pre requisites Elementary of early childhood major or consent of instructor and ACT mathematics subscore of 25 or higher a placement score of at least 4 or a grade of C or better in MA110 MA113 Trigonometry Study of thew trigonometric functions and their properties applications to triangles and other geometric figures and also graphs of trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions Prerequisite ACT mathematics subscore 25 or higher a placement score of at least 4 or a C or better in MA110 MA115 Elementary Probability and Statistics Introduction to descriptive statistics relevant concepts in probability including random variables and their distributions sampling inferential statistics and regression Applications to several disciplines Prerequisite ACT mathematics subscore of 25 or higher placement score of at least 4 or grade of C or better in either MA109 or MA110 MA120 Elementary Probability and Statistics with Spreadsheets Introduction to descriptive statistics relevant concepts in probability including random variables and their distributions sampling inferential statistics hypothesis testing and regression Applications to business are emphasized and spreadsheets are used as an analytical tool MA130 Calculus I Differential and integral calculus of the elementary functions with associated analytic geometry concepts of limit continuity derivative and integral applications of the derivative as rate of change slope and solving max min problems Prerequisite Successful completion of calculus readiness exam or a grade of C or better in MA115 MA140 Discrete Mathematics Introduces basic techniques of proof and combinatorial problem solving Topics include graphs trees logic applied combinatorics and number theory Prerequisite Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MA140 MA208 Intro to Actuarial Science Topics will include probability risk theory financial mathematics and basic accounting as used by actuaries in insurance companies This course is one component in the preparation of actuarial students for internships with insurance companies Prerequisite ACT mathematics subscore of 25 or higher placement score of at least 4 or grade of C or better in either MA109 or MA110 or consent of instructor MA215 Statistical Methods Introduction to major methods of applied statistics Topics may include simple and multiple regression analysis of variance and co variance model specification and residual analysis nonparametric inference experimental design survey sampling multivariate analysis and Bayesian inference Prerequisite a grade of C or better in MA120 MA220 Time Series Introduction to modeling time series data using smoothing techniques regression and autoregressive models Estimation data analysis and forecasting using real data will be examined Prerequisite MA 220 MA225 Calculus II Applications of definite integral and Fundamental Theorem of Calculus methods of integration integrals of inverse trigonometric functions logarithmic and exponential functions the use of polar coordinates infinite series power series Taylor series and Fourier series Prerequisite a grade of C or better in MA140 MA240 College Geometry Elements of plane and solid geometry treated from both a synthetic and metric approach historical development of geometry parallelism and symmetry area and volume other geometrics including hyperbolic non Euclidean geometry projective geometry and

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  • Application Development | Millikin University
    the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Application Development Certificate Tabor School of Business You are here Home Academics Tabor School of Business Areas of Study Certificates Application Development Developing Applications Enhancing Lives Students who complete this certificate will focus on developing applications with an emphasis on programming using various development methodologies This includes developing programs based on current platforms including the web and mobile devices Students earning

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  • Art | Millikin University
    of various concepts and techniques used in painting Emphasis on the development of the skills and knowledge necessary to form a personal approach to expression through the medium of painting Topics covered include color local expressive color temperature light on form inventing form Pre requisite AR103 104 and 213 214 or consent of instructor AR217 Introduction to Photography Introduces student to basics of black and white photography Through lectures demonstrations and hands on experiences students learn skills necessary to use a 35 mm camera develop film and accomplish a variety of darkroom processes Emphasis is on learning how to compose photographically and the technical skills necessary to present finished photographs AR235 Beginning Digital Photography This class is an introduction to digital photography Both technical and aesthetic issues will be covered including the understanding and use of digital cameras and their applications such as using proper exposure techniques and lighting depth of field and shutter speed Students will also review the principles of design and elements of composition to show how they apply to the craft of photography Historical photographers as they relate to the various assignments will be discussed along with photographic history Digital outputting and portfolio preparation will also be taught along with an introduction to Photoshop AR236 Intro to Sculpture A series of studies offering investigation into materials and contemporary issues in three dimensional art A context is presented for the exploration of creative concerns and instruction on the uses of various tools and equipment including electric and gas welding AR241 Ancient and Medieval Art History Art and architecture from prehistoric times through the Gothic period AR301 European Art 14th 18th Century Painting sculpture and architecture in Italy and the North during the Renaissance Baroque and Rococo periods AR302 Modern Art 19th 20th Century Painting sculpture and architecture from Romanticism through World War II AR303 Contemporary Art History Survey of developments in American and European visual art from World War II to the present Students examine critical issues along with style and meaning in contemporary art AR304 Non Western Art History An introduction to the art and culture of Africa India China Japan Oceania Ancient America Native America with emphasis both on style and the way in which the art functions in each of these societies AR305 Figure Drawing A series of courses in the continuation of the study of the human form Emphasis on individualized approach to drawing the figure as an art form Attention will be given to exploration of figure ground relationships development of expressive content uses of narrative and relationship of imagery to technique Pre requisite AR213 or 214 AR313 Printmaking A series of courses beginning through advanced in printmaking designed to introduce students to various techniques and materials used in the print as a fine art form Continued development of imagery and integration of multiple techniques are encouraged beyond the beginning level Emphasis on monotype collagraph drypoint relief and etching as well as exploration of other printmaking and drawing techniques Pre requisite AR103

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  • Art Education | Millikin University
    encouraged beyond the beginning level Emphasis on monotype collagraph drypoint relief and etching as well as exploration of other printmaking and drawing techniques Pre requisite AR103 and 104 AR215 Painting A series of courses beginning through advanced in the study of various concepts and techniques used in painting Emphasis on the development of the skills and knowledge necessary to form a personal approach to expression through the medium of painting Topics covered include color local expressive color temperature light on form inventing form Pre requisite AR103 104 and 213 214 or consent of instructor AR217 Introduction to Photography Introduces student to basics of black and white photography Through lectures demonstrations and hands on experiences students learn skills necessary to use a 35 mm camera develop film and accomplish a variety of darkroom processes Emphasis is on learning how to compose photographically and the technical skills necessary to present finished photographs AR235 Beginning Digital Photography This class is an introduction to digital photography Both technical and aesthetic issues will be covered including the understanding and use of digital cameras and their applications such as using proper exposure techniques and lighting depth of field and shutter speed Students will also review the principles of design and elements of composition to show how they apply to the craft of photography Historical photographers as they relate to the various assignments will be discussed along with photographic history Digital outputting and portfolio preparation will also be taught along with an introduction to Photoshop AR236 Intro to Sculpture A series of studies offering investigation into materials and contemporary issues in three dimensional art A context is presented for the exploration of creative concerns and instruction on the uses of various tools and equipment including electric and gas welding AR241 Ancient and Medieval Art History Art and architecture from prehistoric times through the Gothic period AR301 European Art 14th 18th Century Painting sculpture and architecture in Italy and the North during the Renaissance Baroque and Rococo periods AR302 Modern Art 19th 20th Century Painting sculpture and architecture from Romanticism through World War II AR303 Contemporary Art History Survey of developments in American and European visual art from World War II to the present Students examine critical issues along with style and meaning in contemporary art AR304 Non Western Art History An introduction to the art and culture of Africa India China Japan Oceania Ancient America Native America with emphasis both on style and the way in which the art functions in each of these societies AR305 Figure Drawing A series of courses in the continuation of the study of the human form Emphasis on individualized approach to drawing the figure as an art form Attention will be given to exploration of figure ground relationships development of expressive content uses of narrative and relationship of imagery to technique Pre requisite AR213 or 214 AR313 Printmaking A series of courses beginning through advanced in printmaking designed to introduce students to various techniques and materials used in the print as

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  • Art Therapy | Millikin University
    AR103 and 104 AR215 Painting A series of courses beginning through advanced in the study of various concepts and techniques used in painting Emphasis on the development of the skills and knowledge necessary to form a personal approach to expression through the medium of painting Topics covered include color local expressive color temperature light on form inventing form Pre requisite AR103 104 and 213 214 or consent of instructor AR217 Introduction to Photography Introduces student to basics of black and white photography Through lectures demonstrations and hands on experiences students learn skills necessary to use a 35 mm camera develop film and accomplish a variety of darkroom processes Emphasis is on learning how to compose photographically and the technical skills necessary to present finished photographs AR235 Beginning Digital Photography This class is an introduction to digital photography Both technical and aesthetic issues will be covered including the understanding and use of digital cameras and their applications such as using proper exposure techniques and lighting depth of field and shutter speed Students will also review the principles of design and elements of composition to show how they apply to the craft of photography Historical photographers as they relate to the various assignments will be discussed along with photographic history Digital outputting and portfolio preparation will also be taught along with an introduction to Photoshop AR236 Intro to Sculpture A series of studies offering investigation into materials and contemporary issues in three dimensional art A context is presented for the exploration of creative concerns and instruction on the uses of various tools and equipment including electric and gas welding AR241 Ancient and Medieval Art History Art and architecture from prehistoric times through the Gothic period AR301 European Art 14th 18th Century Painting sculpture and architecture in Italy and the North during the Renaissance Baroque and Rococo periods AR302 Modern Art 19th 20th Century Painting sculpture and architecture from Romanticism through World War II AR303 Contemporary Art History Survey of developments in American and European visual art from World War II to the present Students examine critical issues along with style and meaning in contemporary art AR304 Non Western Art History An introduction to the art and culture of Africa India China Japan Oceania Ancient America Native America with emphasis both on style and the way in which the art functions in each of these societies AR305 Figure Drawing A series of courses in the continuation of the study of the human form Emphasis on individualized approach to drawing the figure as an art form Attention will be given to exploration of figure ground relationships development of expressive content uses of narrative and relationship of imagery to technique Pre requisite AR213 or 214 AR313 Printmaking A series of courses beginning through advanced in printmaking designed to introduce students to various techniques and materials used in the print as a fine art form Continued development of imagery and integration of multiple techniques are encouraged beyond the beginning level Emphasis on monotype collagraph drypoint relief

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  • Arts Entrepreneurship | Millikin University
    Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Arts Entrepreneurship Certificate Tabor School of Business You are here Home Academics Tabor School of Business Areas of Study Certificates Arts Entrepreneurship Combining Creativity and Business Students who complete this certificate want the opportunity to understand entrepreneurship and be able to create and launch a business This certificate is also suitable to community artists who would like to have the same experience Performance learning Performance Learning initiatives for

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  • Athletic Training | Millikin University
    emergency situations are the primary focuses of this course Personal and community safety and disaster response will be addressed CPR certification for workplace and home is included ES140 Practicum in Athletic Training I The first of five laboratory courses required of Athletic Training majors Under the direct supervision of a board certified athletic trainer clinical instructor students will observe and participate in the organization and administration of the athletic training environment and the care given to athletes Students will gain an understanding of the daily operations of the athletic training room and learn entry level skills in athletic training focusing on risk management and injury prevention acute care of injury and illness and basic assessment and evaluation skills ES141 Personal and Community Health This is an introductory course surveying topics and issues pertaining to the health wellness classroom Developing the wellness concept physical mental social emotional environmental and spiritual well being are discussed ES160 Recognition and Evaluation of Athletic Injuries I Intensive thorough study of orthopedic and neurovascular evaluation techniques used by sports medicine professionals to asses orthopedic and athletic related injuries to the spine and upper extremities sustained by physically active individuals Lecture demonstration and practical experience will be the instructional methods used to help students gain knowledge and confidence in their orthopedic and athletic injury assessment techniques ES234 Recognition and Evaluation of Athletic Injuries II Intensive thorough study of orthopedic and neurovascular evaluation techniques used by sports medicine professionals to assess general medical conditions illnesses and orthopedic and athletic related injuries to the spine and upper extremities sustained by physically active individuals Lecture demonstration and practical experience will be the instructional methods used to help students gain knowledge and confidence in their orthopedic and athletic injury assessment techniques ES235 Practicum in Athletic Training II The second of five laboratory courses required of Athletic Training Majors This purpose of this course is to measure the skill level of each student This class will focus on injury evaluations of the lower extremities including posture anatomical and special testing for various musculoskeletal and neurological conditions ES241 Kinesiology Anatomical understanding of the human body with emphasis on biomechanics origin insertion action and innervation of the primary muscles used in human movement ES310 Therapeutic Modalities Explores how to plan implement and evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic modalities in the treatment of injuries and illnesses of athletes and physically active individuals Therapeutic modalities covered in this course include but are not limited to cryotherapy thermotherapy electrical stimulation ultrasound massage and traction ES311 Health Related Nutrition Explore the role of nutrition in physical fitness and health as professionals strive to promote optimal wellness Fitness components testing and program design will be discussed Nutritional concepts nutrient function and dietary considerations will be explored ES328 Therapeutic Exercise This course introduces the knowledge and skills necessary to plan implement and evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic exercise in the treatment of injuries and illnesses of athletes and physically active individuals ES332 Practicum in Athletic Training III The third of

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  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing | Millikin University
    the BSN program at Millikin University either as students who wish to complete a baccalaureate nursing degree in order to be eligible to take the State Licensure Exam in any state in the U S Track 1 or as students who have graduated from a state or nationally approved associate degree or diploma school of nursing programs who hold an unencumbered unrestricted registered professional nurse license in the State of Illinois and who wish to earn their BSN Track 2 Admission BSN students are admitted directly to the School of Nursing as freshmen or as transfer students Direct admission to the School of Nursing requires a composite ACT of 23 or above or SAT of 1120 or above strong performance on high school science and math coursework Students may be admitted as pre nursing majors if these elements are not met based on individual evaluation of coursework with ACT composite scores of 20 22 or equivalent SAT performance Successful progression of all coursework in the first freshman year of study at Millikin determines conversion to the Nursing major in the sophomore year Acceptance of internal and external transfer students into the nursing major will be made based on academic progress and space availability Progression Each student nursing or pre nursing admitted to the nursing major is guaranteed a space in the major as long as the student makes scheduled academic progressas defined below To enroll in the first nursing course NU 200 the student must Earn a Cumulative Grade Point Average CGPA of at least 2 50 Successfully complete pre nursing coursework on the recommended schedule outlined in the eight semester School of Nursing Program Requirements Have earned a grade of C or better in at least 1 out of 4 of the following science prerequisites CH 203 205 BI 206 BI 207 BI 230 Be co enrolled in 2 of the 4 science pre requisite courses CH 203 205 BI 206 BI 207 BI 230 or previously completed 3 of the 4 science pre requisites courses with a C or better 4 Have met the math competency Meet health standards required by the School of Nursing and affiliating agencies Display appropriate professional behavior To enroll in NU 202 the student must Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average CGPA of at least 2 5 or Nursing GPA of at least 2 0 Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the major Have earned a grade of C or better in at least 3 out of 4 of the following science prerequisites CH 203 205 BI 206 BI 207 BI 230 4 Be co enrolled or previously earned a C or better in the 4 th science pre requisite courses Meet health standards required by the School of Nursing and affiliating agencies Display appropriate professional behavior Progress in a timely manner All courses required in the nursing major must be completed with a grade of C or better to progress in the curriculum Students who do

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