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  • Pre-Nursing - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Pre Nursing Home Academics Associate of Science Pre Nursing Associate of Science Pre Nursing Overview Admission Courses The A S degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A S degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree Pre Nursing Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 25 credits Course Descriptions 52 KB PDF BIOL 202 Introduction to Microbiology Lab 4 BIOL 220 Anatomy Physiology Lab I 4 BIOL 221 Anatomy Physiology Lab II 4 CHEM 115 Introductory Chemistry Lab 4 CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic Biochemistry Lab 4 NURS 100 Nursing Assistant 2 NUTR 240 Nutrition 3 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T

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  • Pre-Optometry - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Pre Optometry Home Academics Associate of Science Pre Optometry Associate of Science Pre Optometry Overview Admission Courses The A S degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A S degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree Pre Optometry Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 20 credits Course Descriptions 51 KB PDF BIOL 220 Anatomy Physiology Lab I 4 BIOL 221 Anatomy Physiology Lab II 4 BIOL 150 General Biology Lab I 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry Lab I 4 CHEM 122 General Chemistry Lab II 4 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter

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  • Pre-Pharmacy - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Pre Pharmacy Home Academics Associate of Science Pre Pharmacy Associate of Science Pre Pharmacy Overview Admission Courses The A S degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A S degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree Pre Pharmacy Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 20 credits Course Descriptions 50 KB PDF BIOL 150 General Biology I Lab 4 BIOL 202 Intro to Microbiology Lab 4 CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic Biochemistry Lab 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry Lab I 4 CHEM 122 General ChemistryLab II 4 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion

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  • Pre-Physical Therapy - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Pre Physical Therapy Home Academics Associate of Science Pre Physical Therapy Associate of Science Pre Physical Therapy Overview Admission Courses The A S degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A S degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree Pre Physical Therapy Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 20edits Course Descriptions 50 KB PDF BIOL 220 Anatomy Physiology Lab I 4 BIOL 221 Anatomy Physiology Lab II 4 CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic Biochemistry Lab 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry Lab I 4 CHEM 122 General ChemistryLab II 4 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support

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  • Pre-Veterinary Medicine - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Pre Veterinary Medicine Home Academics Associate of Science Pre Veterinary Medicine Associate of Science Pre Veterinary Medicine Overview Admission Courses The A S degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A S degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree Pre Veterinary Medicine Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 20 credits Course Descriptions 63 KB PDF BIOL 150 General Biology Lab I 4 BIOL 151 General Biology Lab II 4 BIOL 202 General Zoology Lab I 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry Lab I 4 CHEM 122 General ChemistryLab II 4 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support

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  • Pre-Wildlife Management - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Pre Wildlife Management Home Academics Associate of Science Pre Wildlife Management Associate of Science Pre Wildlife Management Overview Admission Courses The A S degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A S degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Science Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Science degree Pre Wildlife Management Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 33 credits Course Descriptions 62 KB PDF MATH 112 College Algebra II 3 FWLD 121 Intro to Fish Wildlife Management 3 FWLD 122 Wildlife Fisheries Techniques 3 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 4 CHEM 122 General Chemistry II 4 BIOL 170 General Zoology 3 CJ 201 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 CJ 210 Intro to Fish Wildlife Law Enforcement 3 CJ 230 Criminal Law 3 BIOL 230 Ecology 4 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter

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  • Bachelor of Science - Turtle Mountain Community College
    After a transcript analysis has been completed and found to meet the entrance requirements by a member of the Teacher Education Department faculty you will be asked to proceed to step two of the application process which requires letters of recommendation a resume official transcript s and a short essay describing your philosophy of education A completed application packet will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee and those candidates that meet the requirements for teacher education will be invited for an interview and impromptu writing evaluation Nearly all courses in teacher education incorporate some level of technical computer skills therefore you will need to have some proficiency in Microsoft Word Microsoft Outlook and Jenzabar The Teacher Education Department offers a baccalaureate degree in early childhood education elementary education and secondary science education The secondary degree allows graduates to apply for a composite degree teaching license in Biology Chemistry Earth Science and Physics Both degree programs are designed around a cohort model learning community reflecting the importance of collaboration support and teamwork as necessary precursors to becoming effective change agents in the education systems across Indian Country Early Childhood The TMCC baccalaureate degree in Early Childhood Education is a career oriented program that prepares students to be effective teachers of young children from birth through age eight or third grade Graduates must be competent to meet the developmental needs of children and families and the programming needs of a high quality early childhood education program The curriculum is aligned with North Dakota and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education NCATE standards in order to ensure consistency across both agencies In addition the program is aligned with the National Association for the Education of Young Children NAEYC standards for early childhood professional preparation programs Elementary Education The elementary teacher education program is committed to helping all students learn The teacher candidates will receive the opportunity to apply and adapt a multitude of teaching principles to meet the needs of diverse student populations Multicultural education is taken to heart wherein inclusiveness is seen as an essential component of this program Consequently there is a strong commitment to fully implementing best teaching practices that encompass the latest models of inquiry based instruction and brain based instructional strategies which differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all the students Integral to these best teaching practices is the exploratory and hands on methodologies which emphasize engagement learning as a process the need to begin with students own ideas and concrete experiences in creating new and deepened understandings of the world around them In addition technology is explored in its many formats in order to provide the teacher candidate with as many tools as possible in the pursuit of teaching excellence The elementary teacher education program prepares the candidates for licensure to teach grades one to six Admittance to this program of study requires completion of all general education requirements with a GPA of 2 5 Secondary Science The main objective of the teacher education program is to design and implement a significant change in how science is understood and how science is taught in high schools on the Turtle Mountain Reservation and beyond Consequently there is dedication to pursue this vision by creating deeply engaging lessons that provide students with opportunity for inquiry based learning critical thinking and science skills development which include the tools of science and processes necessary to observe nature and seek answers to questions affecting all things living and non living holistically The Native ways of Knowing secondary science program prepares teacher candidates to be advocates of science for all learners while simultaneously honoring traditional science wisdom which has provided a base of knowledge from which survival of the human species is credited The Secondary Science teacher education program prepares the candidates for licensure to teach grades 7 12 in biology chemistry physics and earth science Admittance to this program of study requires completion of all general education requirements with a GPA of 2 5 After successful admittance to the program the candidates begin their course of study as juniors in college Students are required to take and pass Praxis I in the first semester and later Praxis II in order to receive their BS degree in education and become licensed teachers in the state of North Dakota Early Childhood Suggested Sequence Course Descriptions 181 KB PDF Early Childhood Fall Semester I 17 credits EDUC235 Preparation for Praxis I 1 EDUC310 Intro to Exceptional Children 3 ECE320 Infants and Toddlers 3 EDUC321 Multicultural Ed Human Development 3 ECE336 Soc Emo Guide of the Young Child 3 ECE337 Pre School w Special Needs 3 ECE350 Early Childhood Practicum I 1 Early Childhood Spring Semester II 18 credits ECE311 Observ Doc Assessment 3 ECE313 Lang Dev Emrg Lit 3 EDUC320 Native Issues 3 ECE338 Family Community Relations 3 EDUC405 Math Methods 3 ECE414 Administration Leadership 3 Early Childhood Fall Semester III 2nd year 18 credits ECE360 Practicum II 1 EDUC236C Praxis II 1 EDUC402 Foundations of Reading 4 EDUC403 Social Studies Methods 3 EDUC406 Science Methods 2 EDUC409 Methods and Materials for Language Arts 3 ECE 411 Pre Kindergarten Methods Materials 2 ECE 412 Kindergarten Methods Materials 2 Early Childhood Spring Semester IV 2nd year 13 credits ECE414 Pre Kindergarten Student Teaching 6 ECE415 Kindergarten Third Student Teaching 6 ECE416 Early Childhood Seminar 1 Courses to be taken during summer schedule EDUC300 Educational Technology ECE329A Writing for Teachers MATH227 Math for Teachers ECE329 Curriculum Development Play Elementary Education Suggested Sequence General Education 64 credits Course Descriptions 276 KB PDF First Semester 14 credits EDUC235 Preparation for Praxis I 1 EDUC310 Introduction to Exceptional Children 3 EDUC321 Multicultural Ed Human Diversity 3 EDUC329 Curriculum Planning Evaluation 3 EDUC330 Foundations of Education 3 EDUC350A Practicum I 1 Second Semester 20 credits EDUC320 Native Issues in Education 3 EDUC331 Learning Environments 3 EDUC404 Music Methods 2 EDUC405 Math Methods and Materials 3 EDUC407 Creative Arts Methods 3 EDUC408 Health Physical Education Methods and Materials 3 EDUC410

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  • ESPB Team Documents - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Admission Requirements Apply Online Calendar Catalogs 2015 2016 Spring Schedule Forms Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions Majors and Programs Register for Classes Schedule a Visit Student Handbook Technical Help Tuition and Fees Transfer Students Departments Administration Admissions Forms Admission Requirements Adult Continuing Education Cooperative Education Customized Training GED Alumni Association Update Your Contact Information Anishinabe Learning Cultural and Wellness Center Activities Gardening History Plans Development Arrowhead Printing Bookstore Building Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center ESPB Team Documents Home Academics Bachelor of Science ESPB Team Documents Welcome to the Team Visit site Listed below you will find the needed documents that are referred to within the Institutional Report Institutional Report Conceptual Framework Secondary Science Curriculum Exhibit Biology Secondary Science Curriculum Exhibit Chemistry Secondary Science Curriculum Exhibit Earth Science Secondary Science Curriculum Exhibit Physics Faculty Data Form Les LaFountain Faculty Data Form Kristie Dionne Faculty Data Form Kathy Henry Faculty Data Form Janelle Wiedrich Faculty Data Form Teresa Delorme Faculty Data Form Carmelita Lamb Elementary Ed Curriculum Exhibit Form Early Child Hood Curriculum Exhibit Form Diversity Budget Diversity Plan Clinical Site Demographics Candidate Demographics Teacher Ed Writing Ruberic Teacher Candidate Manual CAR Composite Science Major Elementary Education Program Report ESPB InTASC UnitCAR Report Early Childhood Education Report Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion Four Evaluation and Improvement Chapter 7 Criterion Five Resource Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Meeting Minutes Promising Practices Resources Campuses South Campus TMCC Anishinabe Campus History Leadership Board of Directors 2009 Agendas and Minutes 2010 Agendas and Minutes 2011 Agendas and Minutes 2012 Agendas and Minutes 2013 Agendas and Minutes 2014 Agendas and Minutes 2015 Agendas and Minutes Administrative Council Board of Trustees Logo Mission Goals and

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