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  • Programs of Study - Creative Writing
    Economics 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 Creative Writing Salveson Prizes Salveson Prizes Each year current Waldorf College students can submit their poems and prose to the The Salveson Prizes in Poetry and Prose Named after the founder of Waldorf College C S Salveson the Salveson Prizes in Poetry and Prose honor outstanding poems and exceptional pieces of prose with a monetary award and publication in Crusader A Journal of Engaged Writing All contest decisions are made by outside judges who are esteemed writers and teachers 2009 10 Salveson Prize in Prose Winner Lauren Trembath for her essay Disarmament My Soldier Iraq and Contract Marriage Honorable Mention Elyse Erickson for her story Alabaster s Masters Honorable Mention Josh Otterman for his essay Gravediggers Judge Jon Rovner Morehead State University Professor of English 2009 10 Salveson Prize in Poetry Winner Kara Searcy for her poem Growing Up Honorable Mention

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  • Criminal Justice
    Programs of Study Criminal Justice Criminal Justice The Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice offered at Waldorf College is designed to provie students with a strong base of knowledge in the three primary areas of the criminal justice system Law Enforcement Courts and Corrections our essential core curriculum is designed to establish a well rounded foundation within your Criminal Justice career In order to attain a solid immersion in the field students select four classes from program electives in areas such as Juvenile Justice Probation Community Corrections and Advanced Criminology The Waldorf College Criminal Justice program offers students a variety of electives that will keep students engaged with efforts and initiatives that are current within this field of study As a Waldorf College graduate your degree in Criminal Justice will allow you to confidently pursue various careers Examples include Probation Parole Officers Case Managers Correctional Officers Police Officers Investigators and Juvenile Court Advocates Waldorf Students can also support their Criminal Justice education with classes from other programs such as Biology for Conservation Officer or Game Warden Chemistry for Crime Scene Analysts or Technicians Psychology for Correctional Case Management or Social Services and Business for Warden Chief Probation Officer or Police Chief In their senior year students take a required Senior Seminar which cover various topics including contemporary issues in criminal justice allowing individuals to apply what they ve learned in courses to real world scenarios and current issues An optional internship enhances the depth of the learning experience by providing the student with an opportunity to observe and participate in fieldwork Students who waive an internship may instead choose four additional criminal justice electives within the program In addition to the Criminal Justice core requirements the major requires completion of PSY 111 SOC 221 and a MTH 101 with

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  • Curriculum & Courses
    Justice Curriculum Courses Curriculum Courses Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Criminal Justice Core Courses 60 61 CRJ 120 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRJ 150 Introduction to Law Enforcement 3 CRJ 220 Theory and Practice of Corrections 3 CRJ 250 Introduction to Criminology 3 CRJ 300 Mental Illness Crime 3 CRJ 305 Victimology 3 CRJ 330 Judicial Process 3 CRJ 400 Diversity and Ethics in Criminal Justice 3 3 CRJ 430 Senior Seminar 3 Students will choose one of the following courses CRJ 495 Criminal Justice Internship 8 CRJ Electives 9 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Required Complementary Courses PSY 111 General Psychology 3 SOC 221 Intro to Sociology 3 MTH 101 General Education Math 4 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Criminal Justice Electives Students will choose four for 12 credits CRJ 260 Management Supervision for CJ 3 CRJ 320 Juvenile Justice Delinquency 3 CRJ 360 Criminal Law 3 CRJ 370 Criminal Investigations 3 CRJ 420 Probation Community Corrections 3 CRJ 475 Terrorism Incident Management 3 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Complementary Electives Students will choose one CHM 121 Chemistry in Society 3 BIO 125 Introduction to Environmental Science 3 POLS 112 American Government 3 POLS 410 American Law 3

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  • Faculty
    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 Criminal Justice Faculty Criminal Justice Faculty Traci Francis Ph D Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Kristin Pickett

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  • Economics
    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 Economics Economics Courses in economics generally serve to round out a business curriculum Economics courses should also be given

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  • Courses
    s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Economics Courses Courses Economic Course Descriptions ECO 251 Macroeconomics 3 cr Introduction to macroeconomic principles Emphasis on application of these principles to current problems General topics include policies for controlling inflation and unemployment economic way of thinking characteristics of market systems and competitive market behavior money and banking national income theory and the fundamentals of economic growth Prerequisite

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Education Education The mission of the Waldorf College Education Department is Prepare engaging teachers to serve a community of learners Through the Waldorf Teacher Preparation Program students experience exemplary learning opportunities both on campus and in the area K 12 school districts Additionally Waldorf Teacher Education students learn to assume roles as leaders advocates and servants

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Secondary School 3 cr Students learn methods and materials unique to 5 12 Social Studies teaching Planning for teaching and learning experiences based on secondary student learning needs is the focus Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Prerequisites EDU 370 371 and 440 Concurrent enrollment in EDU 381 required EDU 381 Clinical Experience in Teaching Social Studies 1 cr Students gain instructional experience in a secondary classroom setting Twenty hours of clinical experience in a secondary classroom are required Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Concurrent enrollment in EDU 380 required EDU 382 Methods of Teaching Science in the Secondary School 3 cr Students learn methods and materials unique to teaching science in the secondary school Planning for teaching and learning experiences based on secondary student learning needs Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Prerequisites EDU 370 371 and 440 Concurrent enrollment in EDU 383 required EDU 383 Clinical Experience in Teaching Science 1 cr Students gain instructional experience in a secondary science classroom setting Twenty hours of clinical experience in a secondary science classroom are required Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Concurrent enrollment in EDU 382 required EDU 385 Methods of Teaching English in the Secondary School 3 cr Students learn methods and materials unique to 5 12 English teaching Planning for teaching and learning experiences based on secondary student learning needs is the focus Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Prerequisites EDU 370 371 and 440 Concurrent enrollment in EDU 386 required EDU 386 Clinical Experience in Teaching English 1 cr Students gain instructional experience in a secondary classroom setting Twenty hours of clinical experience in a secondary classroom are required Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Concurrent enrollment in EDU 385 required EDU 395 Content Area Reading 2 cr This course is for prospective and current secondary teachers Students learn how to incorporate strategies for reading to learn in their content area Vocabulary writing comprehension and study skills are applied to actual content area textbooks Ten hours of clinical experience required EDU 398 Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics 3 cr Students will develop skills for lesson planning and crafting math curriculum for effective instruction and assessment of learning Students learn methods and materials unique to 5 12 Mathematics teaching Planning for teaching and learning experiences based on secondary student learning needs is the focus Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Prerequisites EDU 370 371 and 440 Concurrent enrollment in EDU 399 required EDU 399 Clinical Experience in Teaching Mathematics 1 cr Students gain instructional experience in a secondary classroom setting Twenty hours of clinical experience in a secondary classroom are required Must be accepted into the Teacher Education Program Concurrent enrollment in EDU 398 required EDU 400 Ethics and Religious Diversity in Public and Private Education 3 cr This course provides students with insight into the web of factors that influence development and learning and high risk behaviors such as substance abuse Students learn how to build a richer classroom environment that celebrates diversity of family culture economic status and religious heritage Students also develop and articulate a personal credo Prerequisites EDU 201 230 240 SPED 220 REL 103 EDU 406 Elementary Music Student Teaching 6 cr Supervised teaching experience in an accredited elementary school and participation in the total program of the school seven weeks of full days plus student teaching seminars Requires the completion of all coursework Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 407 Grades K 3 Student Teaching 6 cr Supervised teaching experience in an accredited elementary school classroom and participation in the total program of the school seven weeks of full days plus student teaching seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 409 Grades 4 8 Student Teaching 6 cr Supervised teaching experience in an accredited elementary school classroom and participation in the total program of the school seven weeks of full days plus a 3 day seminar prior and a 2 day seminar at completion Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 410 Student Teaching in 5 9 Social Studies 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 5 9 Social Studies classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 411 Multicultural Practicum 2 cr One week teaching experience will be spent in a diverse setting full time There will be on campus classes field trips prior to and after the practicum Prerequisite Approval by the Education faculty Course Fee 50 EDU 412 Student Teaching in 5 9 Science 6 cr Supervised student teaching in an accredited 5 9 Science classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 413 Extended Elementary Student Teaching 3 cr This course is required for students seeking out of state licensure that requires 18 weeks of student teaching This is supervised teaching in an accredited elementary school Four additional full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites EDU 407 and 409 Course Fee 200 EDU 414 Student Teaching in 9 12 Social Studies 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 9 12 Social Studies classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 415 Student Teaching in 5 9 English 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 5 9 English classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 416 Student Teaching in 9 12 Science 6 cr Supervised student teaching in an accredited 9 12 Science classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 417 Student Teaching in 9 12 English 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 9 12 English classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 420 Student Teaching in 5 9 Speech Theater 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 5 9 Speech Theater classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 421 Secondary Music Student Teaching 6 cr Supervised teaching experience in an accredited secondary music program and participation in the full day of a secondary school seven weeks of full days plus Student Teaching Seminars Requires the completion of all coursework Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 422 Foundations of Education Internship 2 9 cr Students will complete a practical work experience in an education related area Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 423 Student Teaching in 9 12 Speech Theater 6 cr Supervised teaching experience in an accredited 9 12 Speech Theater classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven full weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 430 Capstone 1 cr Synthesis of learning experiences in education The student will complete a professional philosophy of education professional portfolio and resume Students will also make a formal presentation of their achievement portfolio to the Education Department Faculty Prerequisite Student Teaching or concurrently with Student Teaching Must be taken at Waldorf EDU 440 Assessment and Goal Setting 3 cr Students gain experience in creating classroom assessments motivating students and increasing student achievement Practical experience is gained in interpreting standardized criterion referenced and formal informal diagnostic instruments as well as their ethical use Ten hours of clinical experience required clinical hours may be concurrent with SPED clinicals only Prerequisites EDU 201 240 SPED 220 and one methods class prior or concurrent Must be taken at Waldorf EDU 460 Behavior Management for Elementary 2 cr Course content includes behavior of children basic theories and techniques of guidance applicable to typical and exceptional children Students will learn the root causes for behavior also the management and monitoring of students when misbehavior is occurring Students will learn to foster student responsibility for behavior and set up classroom environments that are conducive to positive student interaction and learning Ten hours of clinical experience are required Prerequisite EDU PSY 144 and 240 Concurrent enrollment in EDU 340 350 or 360 required EDU 465 Behavior Management for Secondary 2 cr The future educator gains an understanding of student behavior in the classroom by learning to identify root causes for behavior manage misbehavior and foster student responsibility for behavior The future educator learns how to set up a classroom that encourages positive behavior and how to facilitate conflict resolution Ten hours of clinical experience required Prerequisites EDU 144 and 240 Concurrent enrollment in a secondary methods course required EDU 470 Student Teaching in 5 9 Mathematics 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 5 9 Mathematics classroom and participation in the full day of a secondary school Seven weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites EDU 370 371 440 398 and 399 Course Fee 200 EDU 471 Student Teaching in 9 12 Mathematics 6 cr Supervised teaching in an accredited 9 12 Mathematics classroom and participation in the full day of secondary school Seven weeks are required with attendance at Student Teaching Seminars Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 480 Student Teaching in K 8 Physical Education 6 cr K 8 supervised teaching experience in an accredited elementary school classroom and participation in the total program of the school seven weeks of full days plus student teaching seminars and other activities Approval for student teaching by the Teacher Education Committee see Waldorf College Education Program Handbook Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 481 Student Teaching in 5 12 Physical Education 6 cr A secondary school supervised teaching experience in an accredited secondary school classroom and participation in the total program of the school seven weeks of full days plus student teaching seminars and other activities Approval for student teaching by the Teacher Education Committee see Waldorf College Education Program Handbook Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 482 Student Teaching in 5 12 Health 2 4 cr Supervised teaching experience in an accredited classroom and participation in the total program of the school seven weeks of full days plus student teaching seminars and other activities Prerequisites Senior status and approval of the Education Department Course Fee 200 EDU 490 Inservice Topics in Education 1 3 cr This course is for inservice teachers only The purpose of the course is to provide professional development for the improvement of teaching strategies and increase learning opportunities for K 12 students Topics will be chosen based on the needs of area inservice teachers Music Education Course Descriptions MUE 341 Methods of General Music in the Public Schools K 12 4 cr A course designed for the music specialist who will be teaching and supervising in elementary middle and senior high school Various school music methods are studied including Orff and Kodaly Special emphasis is given to the National Standards developed by MENC Grade level achievement and goals in the development of the child are examined Teaching skills are developed in a laboratory teaching environment The course will include assessment and testing Membership in MENC is required Includes 20 hours of field experience in a pre student teaching clinical experience Must be accepted into Teacher Education Program Prerequisites EDU 201 MUS 201 204 or consent of instructor MUE 351 Methods of Musical Drama in the Schools 2 cr This course is designed to introduce students to the materials and techniques necessary for directing the performance of musicals in a secondary school setting In addition to classroom lectures and discussions students also observe rehearsals and performances of musicals in local area schools Practical experience in musical drama production is provided through a separate two hour credit course involving musicals sponsored by the Music Department Offered only as needed Must be accepted into Teacher Education Program MUE 360 362 The following three courses cover the study of teaching and performance techniques and methods in each of the three categories of band instruments Includes selection and care of instruments basic literature and rudimentary performance on instruments in each of the categories MUE 360 Percussion Skills 1 cr Covers the basic skills of snare drum tympani mallets and auxiliary percussion MUE 361 Woodwind Skills 1 cr Covers the basic skills of the single reed double reed and flute instruments A unique component of the class is a unit on the recorder as an introduction to woodwind playing MUE 362 Brass Skills 1 cr Covers the basic skills of trumpet horn euphonium trombone and tuba playing MUE 441 Methods of Performance Ensembles in the Schools 3 cr A comprehensive course in leading public school choral and instrumental music programs from late elementary beginning band and chorus through high school ensembles Includes recruitment methods book selection scheduling budgeting rehearsal procedures and techniques motivation and classroom management with special emphasis on advocacy MENC membership required Includes 20 hours of field experience and a pre student teaching clinical experience Must be accepted into Teacher Education Program Prerequisites EDU 201 MUS 202 204 215 piano proficiency or consent of instructor Physical Education Course Descriptions Physical Education Activities 5 cr All activities are taught in a coeducational format unless otherwise indicated on registration schedules PED 101 Archery PED 102 Badminton PED 103 Bowling 30 course fee PED 104 Kenpo Karate 1 PED 105 Dance PED 106 Aerobics PED 107 Golf PED 108 Racquetball PED 109 Running PED 110 Tennis PED 111 Weight Lifting PED 112 Skiing PED 113 Lap Swimming PED 114 Kenpo Karate 2 PED 115 Basketball PED 116 Flag Football PED 117 Soccer PED 118 Volleyball PED 119 Recreational Activities PED 120 Exploring Fitness Special Needs Students Only Experience in officiating will be provided for local intramural and public school games Students may qualify for certification as high school officials by passing required tests and paying a fee One credit given for each sport football basketball and soccer PED 170 First Aid CPR AED for Workplace Schools and Community 1 cr American Red Cross course providing training in CPR AED use and first aid procedures qualifying the student for American Red Cross certification Certification effective for one year only Recertification if needed is responsibility of the student Course Fee 30 PED 210 Physical Education for the Elementary School 3 cr This course will emphasize the development of quality programs in the elementary school which include the psychomotor cognitive and affective domains Students will visit quality physical education programs Movement education will be a major theme of the class Prerequisite PED 230 PED WEL 221 Personal and Community Health 3 cr A course which presents principles and practices of personal health and seeks to develop attitudes and habits necessary for healthful living PED WEL 230 History and Principles of PE Fitness and Leisure Studies 3 cr An overview of the history philosophy and principles of physical activity exercise and leisure studies PED 243 Team Game Skills 3 cr Basic course in developing motor skills knowledge of rules playing strategy terminology and participation in volleyball basketball soccer speedball field hockey and touch football Open to physical education or wellness majors and minors only PED 244 Individual and Dual Sport Skills 3 cr Basic course in developing motor skills knowledge of rules playing strategy terminology and participation in badminton tennis archery golf conditioning tumbling and balance beam Open to physical education or wellness majors and minors only PED 251 Theory Psychology and Ethics of Coaching 2 cr An introduction to the psychological ethical and strategical aspects of coaching interscholastic sports Special emphasis on the coaching theories and strategies of football volleyball and basketball Two hours of lecture per week plus five additional hours of lab work assisting observing practice game settings during the semester Applies toward coaching authorization PED 271 Coaching Anatomy 1 cr The structure and function of the human body with special emphasis given to the muscular skeletal and nervous systems Sophomore status preferred BIO 105 or 120 helpful but not required Applies toward coaching authorization PED 272 Treatment of Athletic Injuries 2 cr Practical training in the care and prevention of athletic injuries Laboratory component includes various taping techniques ankle achilles longitudinal arch shin splits knee hamstring quadriceps shoulder wrist thumbs elastic bandaging ice and ice massage Course Fee 65 Applies toward coaching authorization PED 301 Curriculum and Administration of P E in K 12 Schools 3 cr Students will learn techniques and procedures for K 12 Physical Education program management to include standards referenced K 12 curriculum development and implementation policies programs budgeting supervision and problems unique to physical education and athletics Prerequisites PED 210 230 PED SPED 310 Adaptive Physical Education 2 cr This course is a study of theories principles and methods for working with children with special needs in the physical education curriculum The focus will be on background information on types of disabilities and activities that will address the individual needs of each student A 10

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