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  • You Belong at Waldorf
    College Video filmed and edited by Waldorf students You belong at Waldorf College In the heart of Forest City in north central Iowa you ll find a private liberal arts college with over a century of history and tradition Waldorf is a place where Learn Live Serve is more than just a motto it s who we are Discover how you belong here by checking out our residential and online

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  • Programs of Study
    matter what you re into communications history psychology we have a program that will interest you Eighty three percent of Waldorf graduates enter jobs graduate schools or professional programs within seven months of graduating Waldorf College offers more than 20 bachelor s degree programs in a variety of popular fields Choose from Associate in Arts Biology Cell Molecular Conservation Biology Anatomy Physiology Pre Professional Business Finance Banking Management Marketing Management

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  • Core Curriculum
    Hours Core Curriculum First Year Seminar Orientation HUM 110 Freshman Seminar 1 First Year English ENG 120 ENG 121 ENG 250 Composition I Composition II Exploration in Literature 3 3 3 Religion REL 103 Introduction to Biblical Literature Two additional courses one being 300 level 3 6 Humanities PHL 111 HUM 120 Critical Inquiry Artistic Expression 3 3 Mathematics MTH 101 or higher 4 Science Any laboratory science course 4 Behavioral Social Science One history course Two additional courses selected from economics political science psychology or sociology 8 9 Physical Education 2 half credit aerobic lifetime activities Credit for varsity athletics does not meet this requirement 1 Wellness WEL 101 Concepts of Wellness 1 Global One of the following BUS 340 International Business EDU 210 Human Relations ENG 212 Global Literature ENG HIS 470 Vietnam GER 101 102 Beginning German HIS 110 Ancient World HIS 120 Medieval World HIS 161 Modern World HIS 171 Contemporary World HIS 355 Africa HIS 360 Latin America HIS 440 Modern Germany POL 320 Modern Global Issues REL 206 World Religions 3 Speech One of the following BUS 330 Business Communications COM 203 Radio Comm majors only EDU 201 Intro to Teaching Ed majors only

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  • Associate in Arts
    Educational Goals Continuing Education Faculty Achievements Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Associate in Arts Associate of Arts A A Not eligible for Federal Title IV funding An Associate in Arts Degree requires 1 The completion of the core curriculum 40 42 credits with the exception of a 300 400

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  • Programs of Study - Biology
    methods of scientific inquiry as they also are grounded in the principles of biology We accomplish this through traditional classroom work laboratories and field trips and through supporting experiences such as internships summer assistantships and research Why Study Biology Biology is a story of survival Biologists study living systems and ask questions about life such as What environmental and physiological factors affect the distribution and abundance of organisms on the earth How do cells change as they age and how does this affect the whole organism How can genetics help answer questions about disease adaptation behavior or extinction How do matter and energy flow through ecosystems and how is this flow being affected by human activities To answer these and other questions the Biology Department prepares students for a variety of professions and careers All students enrolling in biology will begin working toward a B A degree a program that gives students a strong preparation in biology with supporting courses in mathematics chemistry and physics It also allows students to combine this program with over 20 credits from other academic departments a flexibility that allows students to pursue a minor in computers communications business or other programs Such interdisciplinary biology

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  • Programs of Study - Biology
    100 Orientation to the Biological Sciences 1 cr A one credit orientation for any student interested in majoring in the biological sciences The purpose of this course is to introduce students to 1 the scope and interrelated nature of the biological sciences 2 the diversity of professions available to graduates of the biological sciences and 3 some of the requirements students must meet for these professions Speakers from a wide range of biological sciences will visit class to dialog with students BIO 105 Principles of Biology 4 cr 3 3 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of laboratory This course is an introduction to biological principles for non science majors It does not satisfy the prerequisites for most advanced biology courses The course material is presented within the context of human experience and covers topics such as cell biology vertebrate systems genetics evolution ecology and the interaction of humans and the environment Course Fee 65 BIO 120 General Biology 4 cr 3 3 A foundation course for science and preprofessional majors this course includes an introduction to cellular structure and function genetics and principles of ecology and evolution all based within a context of scientific inquiry Prerequisites 1 year of high school biology and 1 year of high school chemistry Concurrent enrollment in CHM 131 recommended Course Fee 65 BIO 125 Introduction to Environmental Science 4 cr 3 3 This course is an introductory study of the environmental sciences Students will examine how human cultures have changed habitats in their pursuit of resources and how these changes have affected ecosystems and human cultures Examples will include local national and global topics The influence of economic and political aspects on environmental issues also will be explored Lab exercises will illustrate concepts Prerequisite BIO 105 or 120 or PHY 151 or CHM 131 Course Fee 65 BIO 155 Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr 3 3 The structure and function of the human body including discussions of dysfunction current issues and practical applications Designed for Wellness and Physical Education majors Credit will not be given for students majoring in Biology or Pre professional health programs Prerequisite BIO 105 Course Fee 65 BIO WEL 207 Principles of Nutrition 3 cr 3 0 Introductory course designed to familiarize students with biochemical processes of digestion absorption and metabolism as well as the contributions of various nutrients to the health of individuals at various ages appropriate for pre health professionals BIO 220 General Zoology 4 cr 3 3 A survey of the animal kingdom Topics include animal structure and function growth and development taxonomy and phylogeny ecology and distribution Concepts learned in BIO 120 will be applied to this study of animals Prerequisite BIO 120 Course Fee 65 BIO 222 General Botany 4 cr 3 3 A survey of the plant kingdom Topics include plant structure and function growth and development taxonomy and phylogeny ecology and distribution Concepts learned in BIO 120 will be applied to this study of plants Prerequisite BIO 120 Course

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  • Programs of Study - Biology - Department Goals
    Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Biology Department Goals Department Goals Develop the practice of scientific and critical inquiry in students Assist students in understanding and applying scientific principles Develop quantitative skills in students Train students to operate biological equipment carefully and efficiently To accomplish these goals the Department offers students a strong curriculum and opportunities outside the classroom to develop their biological skills All courses

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  • Programs of Study - Biology
    Education English Foreign Languages Foundations of Education History Humanities Mathematics Music Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion and Philosophy Sociology Sport Management Theatre Arts Wellness Academic Calendar Educational Goals Continuing Education Faculty Achievements Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Biology Faculty Biology Faculty Paul Bartelt Ph D Professor of Biology Biology

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