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  • Native Studies - 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 Native Studies Home Academics Associate of Arts Native Studies Associate of Arts Native Studies Overview Admission Suggested Curriculum The A A 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 A 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 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 Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree Native Studies Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 33 credits Course Descriptions 63 KB PDF LANG 122 Chippewa Cree Language 3 LANG 125 Ojibwa Language 3 HIST 251 Chippewa History I 3 HIST 252 Chippewa History II 3 POLS 241 Indian Law I 3 SOCI 271 Contemporary Indian Issues 3 SOCI 275 Native American Studies 3 AHU 253 Turtle Mountain Ojibwa Traditions 3 ENGL 265 Native American Literature I 3 SOCI 270 Sociology of Indian Reservations 3 POLS 287 Tribal Government 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

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  • Political Science - 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 Political Science Home Academics Associate of Arts Political Science Associate of Arts Political Science Overview Admission Courses The A A 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 A 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 Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree Political Science Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 15 credits Course Descriptions 62 KB PDF POLS 115 American Government and Politics 3 POLS 241 Indian Law I 3 POLS 284 Federal Indian Policy I 1789 1871 3 POLS 285 Federal Indian Policy II 1871 Present 3 POLS 287 Tribal Government 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 L Quality Resources and Support

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  • Psychology - Turtle Mountain Community College
    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 Psychology Home Academics Associate of Arts Psychology Associate of Arts Psychology Overview Admission Courses The A A 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 A 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 Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree Psychology Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 18 credits Course Descriptions 62 KB PDF PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology 3 PSYC 205 Addiction Studies I 3 PSYC 230 Educational Psychology 3 PSYC 250 Developmental Psychology 3 PSYC 255 Child Adolescent Psychology 3 PSYC 270 Abnormal Psychology 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 L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion Four

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  • Social Science - Turtle Mountain Community College
    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 Social Science Home Academics Associate of Arts Social Science Associate of Arts Social Science Overview Admission Courses The A A 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 A 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 Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree Social Science Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 15 credits Course Descriptions 61 KB PDF SOCI 110 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOCI 221 Minority Relations 3 SOCI 270 Sociology of Indian Reservations 3 SOCI 271 Contemporary Indian Issues 3 SOCI 275 Native American Studies 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 L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion

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  • Social Work - 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 Social Work Home Academics Associate of Arts Social Work Associate of Arts Social Work Overview Admission Courses The A A 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 A 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 Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree Social Work Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 19 credits Course Descriptions 63 KB PDF BIOL 220 Human Anatomy Physiology 4 PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology 3 SOCI 110 Introduction to Sociology 3 SWK 255 Social work in the Modern Society 3 SWK 257 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 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 L Quality

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  • Associate of Science - Turtle Mountain Community College
    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 Associate of Science Home Academics Associate of Science Department Contact Rhonda Gustafson Academic Dean Phone 701 477 7876 Ext 2107 e mail rgustafson tm edu Office Room 210H Audrey LaVallie Dept Chair Sci Inst Phone 701 477 7836 Ext 1001 e mail alavallie tm edu Office Room 102 Stacie Blue Env Sci Coord Inst Phone 701 477 7828 Ext 5190 e mail sblue tm edu Office Anishinabe Jody DeLong Math Instructor Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 2929 e mail jody delong tm edu Office Room 210C Miles Pfahl Math Instructor Phone 701 477 7994 Ext 1042 e mail mpfahl tm edu Office Room 104 Deb Hunter Life Science Instr Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 2101 e mail dhunter tm edu Office Room 210 Dan Henry Math Instructor Phone 701 477 7993 Ext 1041 e mail dhenry tm edu Office Room 104 Ann Vallie Pre Eng Instructor Phone 701 477 7862 Ext 2103 e mail avallie tm edu Office Room 210D Science Overview The department of Science and Math offers an Associate of Science Degree The curricular program includes the general education courses as well as particular emphasis on specific science math and engineering courses As with the other departments localization and inclusion of the Indian cultural concerns are the unique curricular thrusts of this department Suggested Curricula The following curricula 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 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 Science Math and Engineering General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed beside each concentration option TMCC provides the general background for the following science mathematics and engineering areas Biology Chemistry Pre Engineering Pre Geography Environmental Public Health Pre Environmental Science Mathematics Pre Nursing Pre Pharmacy Pre Physical Therapy Pre Dentistry Pre Medicine Pre Optometry Pre Veterinary Medicine Pre Wildlife Management For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Resources General Education Requirements 85 KB PDF For more information please see 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

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  • Biology - Turtle Mountain Community College
    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 Biology Home Academics Associate of Science Biology Associate of Science Biology 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 Biology Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 16 credits Course Descriptions 60 KB PDF BIOL 150 General Biology Lab I 4 BIOL 151 General Biology Lab II 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 6 Criterion Four Evaluation and Improvement

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  • Chemistry - Turtle Mountain Community College
    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 Chemistry Home Academics Associate of Science Chemistry Associate of Science Chemistry 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 Chemistry Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 20 credits Course Descriptions 62 KB PDF CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic Biochemistry Lab 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry Lab I 4 CHEM 122 General ChemistryLab II 4 BIOL 150 General Biology I Lab 4 BIOL 151 General Biology II Lab 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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