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  • A.A. Liberal Arts
    base of knowledge in several subject areas along with the option to more deeply explore a specific area of interest Estimated time of completion of this program is 2 years for full time enrollment The Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts Program is not eligible for Federal Student Aid Concentration The concentration option requires completion of the curriculum for the A A in Liberal Arts including a minimum of 12 credits in the area of concentration Concentrations include Communications Criminal Justice Diversity Inclusion Emergency Management Fire Science Global Leadership Health Care Management Homeland Security Human Resource Management Leadership Communication Management Occupational Safety and Health Psychology Sport Management Option to Continue Towards a Bachelor s Degree For students who may wish to pursue a bachelor s degree the associate degree program is designed to prepare for entry into Waldorf s bachelor s degree programs with upper division standing Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Humanities 9 HUM 1000 Warrior Seminar 3 HUM 1020 Critical Thinking 3 Choose one course from the following ENG 2000 American Literature I 3 ENG 2010 American Literature II 3 HIS 1100 Ancient World 3 HIS 1110 American History I 3 HIS 1120 American History II 3 HIS 1200 Medieval World 3 HIS 1610 Modern World 3 HIS 1710 Contemporary World 3 SPN 1010 Spanish I 3 English Composition 6 ENG 1010 English Composition I 3 ENG 1020 English Composition II 3 Fine Arts 3 Choose one course from the following ART 1301 Art Appreciation 3 ART 1302 Art Appreciation II 3 MUS 1010 Introduction to Music Appreciation 3 SPC 1010 Speech Communications 3 THR 1010 Introduction to Theatre 3 Natural Sciences 3 Choose one course from the following BIO 1030 Principles of Biology 3 CHM 1030 Chemistry I 3 PHY 1010 Earth Science 3 PHY 1510 Physical

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  • A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts - Management
    Management B A Communications B A Emergency Management B A Health Care Management B A Homeland Security B A Occupational Safety B A Psychology B A S Business Administration B A S Communications B A S Criminal Justice B A S Criminal Justice Administration B A S Emergency Management B A S Health Care Management B A S Fire Science Administration B A S Homeland Security B A S Occupational Safety B A S Organizational Leadership B A S Psychology B S Business Administration B S Criminal Justice B S Criminal Justice Administration B S Organizational Leadership B S Fire Science Administration M A Organizational Leadership Online Program Policies Term Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study A A Management Associate in Arts in Management A A in Management Waldorf s A A in Management degree allows students to deepen their business knowledge and skills with a management focus Topics include a production and operations management b business policy and strategic management and c the flexibility to choose three additional management courses based on specific areas of interest The management background provided by this program is applicable to a variety of careers Option to Continue Towards a Bachelor s Degree For students who may wish to pursue a bachelor s degree in the future the associate degree program is designed to prepare for entry into Waldorf s bachelor s degree programs with upper division standing This A A degree program coursework also satisfies the requirements for the Management concentration within Waldorf s B S program in Business Administration Estimated time to complete the Associate of Arts program is two years with full time enrollment Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 45 Major Requirements 15 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Requirements 15 BUS 4851 Production and Operations Management 3 BUS 4951

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  • A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts - Occupational Safety & Health
    S Communications B A S Criminal Justice B A S Criminal Justice Administration B A S Emergency Management B A S Health Care Management B A S Fire Science Administration B A S Homeland Security B A S Occupational Safety B A S Organizational Leadership B A S Psychology B S Business Administration B S Criminal Justice B S Criminal Justice Administration B S Organizational Leadership B S Fire Science Administration M A Organizational Leadership Online Program Policies Term Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study A A Occupational Safety Health Associate in Arts in Occupational Safety and Health Request Information to Learn More A A in Occupational Safety and Health Waldorf s A A in Occupational Safety and Health OSH degree provides foundational knowledge and initial exposure to the Occupational Safety and Health field Learners explore a variety of areas within the discipline including industrial hygiene and occupational environmental and health safety This A A degree program is designed for students seeking entry level exposure to the OSH field as well as for professionals in industries such as manufacturing construction and fire science who are seeking to bolster their risk management background The Board of Certified Safety Professionals will recognize Waldorf s Occupational Safety and Health A A degree program for the application process under the Associate Safety Professional designation and the Certified Safety Professional designation Option to Continue Towards a Bachelor s Degree For students who may wish to pursue a bachelor s degree in the future the associate degree program is designed to prepare for entry into Waldorf s bachelor s degree programs with upper division standing This A A degree program coursework also satisfies the requirements for the OSH concentration within Waldorf s B S program in Organizational Leadership Estimated time to complete the Associate of Arts

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  • A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts - Psychology
    Psychology B A S Business Administration B A S Communications B A S Criminal Justice B A S Criminal Justice Administration B A S Emergency Management B A S Health Care Management B A S Fire Science Administration B A S Homeland Security B A S Occupational Safety B A S Organizational Leadership B A S Psychology B S Business Administration B S Criminal Justice B S Criminal Justice Administration B S Organizational Leadership B S Fire Science Administration M A Organizational Leadership Online Program Policies Term Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study A A Psychology Associate in Arts in Psychology A A in Psychology Psychology is the study of behavior and mental processes and is traditionally a popular field of study Waldorf s A A in Psychology degree provides the opportunity for students to explore this field beyond the general psychology course Students can learn about social abnormal or cognitive psychology For the remaining credits students may select from a wide variety of psychology courses Option to Continue Towards Bachelor s Degree in Psychology For students who may wish to pursue a bachelor s degree in psychology in the future the associate degree program is designed to prepare for

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  • A.A. Sport Management
    A S Criminal Justice Administration B A S Emergency Management B A S Health Care Management B A S Fire Science Administration B A S Homeland Security B A S Occupational Safety B A S Organizational Leadership B A S Psychology B S Business Administration B S Criminal Justice B S Criminal Justice Administration B S Organizational Leadership B S Fire Science Administration M A Organizational Leadership Online Program Policies Term Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study A A Sport Management Associate in Arts in Sport Management A A in Sport Management Exciting careers can be made off the playing field with a Sport Management Associate s degree from Waldorf Students enrolled in this degree program will explore a variety of classes including sport sociology and sport administration to better understand the sports industry The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts an increase of 29 in jobs in coaching and scouting through 2020 and a 10 increase in agents and managers of athletes through 2016 Option to Continue Towards a Bachelor s Degree For students who may wish to pursue a bachelor s degree in the future the associate degree program is designed to prepare for entry into Waldorf s bachelor

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  • Online Communications Degree
    your proficiency in written and verbal communication visual literacy and multimedia skills Request Information to Learn More Using their professional media experience and research into successful programs from throughout the country the professors at Waldorf have built a strong program based on several key principles Experienced Faculty Members State of the Art Technology Practical Experience Student Capstone For the Communications program a Mac computer and the software indicated in the course descriptions are required for student purchase Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 60 Major Requirements 60 Major Requirements Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Required Group A 30 COM 1010 Graphic Core 3 COM 1020 Digital Core 3 COM 1030 Mass Communications and Society 3 COM 1040 News Gathering and Reporting 3 COM 2010 Visual Theory 3 COM 2040 Introduction to Public Relations 3 COM 3180 Editing 3 COM 4410 Mass Media Law 3 COM 4420 Media Literacy 3 COM 4520 Senior Capstone 3 Professional Electives Group B 30 In Field Electives Choose a minimum of 9 credits from the following courses COM 3020 Radio Production 3 COM 3030 Television Film Production 3 COM 3400 Digital Imaging 3 COM 4010 Web Design 3 COM 4220 Public Relation Skills 3 COM 4360 Crisis Management 3 Remaining Professional Electives For the remaining 21 credits courses can be selected from the list below or any course not used to satisfy other program requirements BUS 3201 Principles of Marketing 3 BUS 3352 Human Resource Management 3 BUS 3451 Organizational Theory and Leadership 3 BUS 4060 Team Building and Leadership 3 BUS 4080 Creative Thinking and Problem Solving 3 BUS 4160 Negotiation Conflict Resolution 3 PSY 3140 Social Psychology 3 PSY 3500 Judgment and Decision Making 3 PSY 4510 Attitudes and Persuasion 3 Grand Total 120 B A B S Degree Requirements Completion of

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  • B.A. Emergency Management
    Academics Programs of Study B A Emergency Management Bachelor of Arts in Emergency Management In times of uncertainty and unprecedented natural and man made disasters Waldorf s Bachelor of Arts degree in Emergency Management is designed to prepare the student with a broad base of knowledge in the field of emergency management The foundation for this degree program includes the Waldorf general education curriculum numerous courses in the emergency management arena as well as electives in the fields of Homeland Security Fire Science Administration and Business among others The program provides students with the general education discipline specific and technical knowledge required to succeed in the diverse field of emergency management Request Information to Learn More Available Concentrations Fire Science Homeland Security Estimated time of completion of this program is 4 years for full time students Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 60 Major Requirements 60 Major Requirements Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Required Group A 30 EMG 3000 Introduction to Emergency Management 3 EMG 3001 Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness 3 EMG 3002 Disaster Response and Recovery 3 EMG 3050 Special Operations 3 EMG 3100 Terrorism in Emergency Management 3 EMG 4001 Interagency Disaster Management 3 EMG 4002 Incident Command in Emergency and Disaster Management 3 EMG 4050 Socio Psychological Nature of Emergency Management 3 EMG 4900 Capstone in Emergency Management 3 FSC 3110 Community Risk Reduction for the Fire and Emergency Services 3 Professional Electives Group B 30 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives The concentration options listed above may also be used toward elective credits BUS ORG 3451 Organizational Theory and Behavior 3 BUS 3602 Principles of Management 3 BUS

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  • B.A. Health Care Management
    M A Organizational Leadership Online Program Policies Term Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study B A Health Care Management Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management Waldorf s Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management is designed to provide the essential knowledge and skills to be effective mid level health care managers in various health care settings The program has a special focus on the efficiency and quality of care provided in hospitals and other health facilities Waldorf s B A in Health Care Management does not require a clinical or in field experience component According to the U S Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook positions in medical and health services management have a bright job outlook and will grow by 20 to 28 percent through 2020 Request Information to Learn More Estimated time to complete this bachelor s degree program is four years with full time enrollment Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 60 Major Requirements 60 Major Requirements Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Required Group A 30 HCM 1301 Medical Terminology 3 HCM 3002 Introduction to Health Care Management 3 HCM 3305 Community Health 3 HCM 3303 Health Informatics Principles and Practice 3 HCM 3304 Principles of Epidemiology 3 HCM 4201 Health Care Law 3 HCM 4053 Financial Management of Health Care Organizations 3 HCM 3801 Issues and Trends in Health Care 3 HCM 3100 Reimbursement Methods in Health Care 3 HCM 4320 Development and Strategic Planning in Health Care 3 Professional Electives Group B 30 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives The concentration options listed above may also be used toward elective credits HCM 4304 Project Management

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