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  • Software for Mathematics
    Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Mathematics Software for Mathematics Software for Mathematics Lyx is a powerful and easy to use word processor for mathematics www lyx org The Windows version of Lyxcan be downloaded from wiki lyx org Windows Windows Lyx makes use of a Tex distribution and the best one

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  • Music
    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 Music Music Video created by Waldorf students The mission of the music department is To offer an undergraduate music program in a liberal arts setting which serves both the student majoring in music as well as the non major with an interest in growing musically To cultivate an atmosphere of musical integrity in which the future music professional s ability to work and think in their field is fully developed To maintain a teaching faculty that models personal and professional integrity and is committed to students as whole persons encouraging and supporting them while demanding their very best To foster an environment for performance and learning which is essentially Christian including Godly stewardship of time ability and talent the creation of a supportive family of goodwill and congeniality and encouragement of healthy competition To provide the necessary pre professional development of the most talented students while providing ample opportunity to those who demonstrate ability and desire but who commence collegiate studies with less sophisticated performance experience and musical background To prepare students not

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  • Curriculum & Courses
    Literature 384 1 cr Music History I II III or World Music 300 302 318 3 cr Speech 111 3 cr Total of 15 5 16 5 Semester VIII Elem Music Student Teaching 406 6 cr Sec Music Student Teaching 421 6 cr Capstone 430 1 cr Total of 13 Summer Multicultural Experience 411 2 cr Music Course Descriptions MSA 001 Waldorf Choir 5 cr MSA 002 Sangkor 5 cr MSA 003 Waldorf Wind Symphony 5 cr MSA 004 Waldorf College Jazz Band 5 cr MSA 005 Schola Cantorum 5 cr Applied lessons can be taken at the non major or the music major level Lessons are designated with the MSA heading and the area of study by a one letter suffix as follow piano P organ O harpsichord H voice V woodwinds W brass B strings S percussion D MSA 113 Class Voice 1 cr A class of beginning students in voice production as related to the art of singing Introduction to vocal literature given with class performance required MSA 115 Piano Skills I 1 cr MSA 116 Piano Skills II 1 cr Designed for the beginning piano student who wishes to learn the introductory fundamentals of piano Hand and body position elementary use of chords and harmonizations for simple songs sight reading and basic piano technique are emphasized MSA 171 172 designates lessons for non majors and MSA 181 184 for majors Availability of applied study with a Waldorf College faculty member is limited Music majors and minors are given first priority then those fulfilling scholarship obligations followed by those who are members of Waldorf performing ensembles Registration for lessons requires payment of a fee as outlined in the Music Department Handbook Once lessons have commenced the fee is non refundable MSA 171 1 cr 172 2 cr Applied study at the non major level 171 will be a half hour lesson for one credit 172 will be an hour lesson for 2 credits Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lesson fee Can be repeated for credit MSA 181 182 1 cr Applied study at the music major level first year first 181 and second 182 semester Half hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lesson fee MSA 183 184 2 cr Applied study at the music major level first year first 183 and second 184 semester Hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lesson fee MSA 215 Piano Skills III 1 cr Designed as a continuation of Piano Skills I II for the student who wishes to continue learning the fundamentals of piano Harmonizations transposing open score reading sight reading and intermediate level technique and repertoire studies are emphasized MSA 216 Piano Skills IV 1 cr Designed as a continuation of Piano Skills III and as a final step or preparation before taking the Piano Proficiency exam Harmonizations transposing open score reading sight reading and intermediate level technique and repertoire studies are emphasized MSA 225 Collaborative Piano 2 cr Study of the art of collaborating on the piano with singers choirs and instrumentalists Emphasis on sightreading open score reading ensemble work and piano techniques applicable to accompanying MSA 281 282 1 cr Applied study at the music major level second year first 281 and second 282 semester Half hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lesson fee MSA 283 284 2 cr Applied study at the music major level second year first 283 and second 284 semester Hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lesson fee MSA 313 Half Recital Voice 1 cr MSA 314 Half Recital Piano 1 cr MSA 315 Half Recital Organ 1 cr MSA 316 Half Recital Instrumental 1 cr MSA 381 382 1 cr Applied study at the music major level third year first 381 and second 382 semester Half hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lesson fee MSA 383 384 2 cr Applied study at the music major level third year first 383 and second 384 semester Hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lessons fee MSA 413 Full Recital Voice 2 cr MSA 414 Full Recital Piano 2 cr MSA 415 Full Recital Organ 2 cr MSA 416 Full Recital Instrumental 2 cr MSA 481 482 1 cr Applied study at the music major level fourth year first 481 and second 482 semester Half hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lessons fee MSA 483 484 2 cr Applied study at the music major level fourth year first 483 and second 484 semester Hour lessons Further details are found in the Music Department Handbook Permission of the instructor required Requires lessons fee 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

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  • Faculty
    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 Music Faculty Music Faculty Robert Abkes M R E Professor Emeritus Music and Religion Music and Religion Travis Beck Sangkor Choir Director Music Adrian Johnson LL D Professor Emeritus Music Music Melissa Phillips B M E Adjunct Instructor of

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  • Scholarships
    Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Music Scholarships Scholarships Generous scholarships are available to students involved in music at Waldorf Questions regarding music scholarships should be sent to the Waldorf Music Office at music waldorf edu or call 641 585 8177 Go to Music Scholarship Form to apply online For information on preparing for your

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  • Physical Education
    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 Physical Education Physical Education Course work in this department serves the needs of two major groups 1 those who plan to complete a bachelor s degree or

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  • Physics
    concepts and principles to develop skills in problem solving and laboratory measurement and to develop in the student an understanding of contemporary scientific issues Non science majors can take PHY 151 Physical Science to satisfy the Core Curriculum requirement Physics Course Descriptions PHY 151 Physical Science 4 cr Introductory course in physical science for non science majors Course content includes discussion of basic concepts in physics chemistry astronomy and meteorology Recommended for those students wishing to fulfill a four hour laboratory science requirement for BA degree Three lectures and two hours of laboratory work each week Prerequisite High school algebra or MTH 100 Course Fee 65 PHY 221 General Physics 4 cr Course content includes vectors motion forces momentum heat and energy Three lectures and two hours of laboratory each week Prerequisite Concurrently enrolled in mathematics course or two years of high school math Course Fee 65 PHY 222 General Physics 4 cr Course content includes sound light optics electricity magnetism and topics in modern physics Three lectures and two hours of laboratory each week Prerequisite PHY 221 Course Fee 65 PHY 231 Classical Physics 5 cr Course content includes vectors motion forces momentum heat and energy Calculus techniques will

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  • Programs of Study - Psychology
    a psychology minor for students Because of the liberal arts base and interdisciplinary nature that psychology lends itself to students who major in other disciplines may benefit from a minor in psychology or taking it on as a second major Additionally psychology majors are encouraged to take on a minor or a second major to meld with their psychology goals and interests Psychology majors have taken on minors or second majors in Wellness Criminal Justice Theater and English Communications Biology Business and Education also make a good complement to psychology What can you do with a B A in Psychology If your dream career is to be a psychologist your Bachelor s degree will prepare you to move onto graduate school needed obtain a Masters Ph D or Psy D needed to achieve your goals The role of psychologist itself encompasses many career paths You could go into counseling e g become a child psychologist clinical psychologist social worker you could become a psychiatrist by going onto Medical School or you could go into academics pursuing teaching and research in one of the branches of psychology Through graduate studies students may choose to specialize in areas including clinical experimental developmental social cognitive human factors sports industrial organizational health and forensics Recent Waldorf psychology major graduates have moved onto to graduate school to pursue these types of goals Social Work University of Minnesota Rochester Marriage Family Therapy St Mary s University Minneapolis Marriage Family Therapy Bethel Seminary St Paul Art Therapy Adler School of Psychology Occupational Therapy St Ambrose Graduate school however is not necessary for all psychology majors A B A in psychology can serve as a great foundation for other careers that may not carry the title of psychologist but still benefit from an understanding of human behavior and

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