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    SOC 221 Introduction to Sociology 3 cr A study of the basic concepts and methods of sociology of social laws and forces and of the fundamental social institutions SOC 222 Social Problems 3 cr An analytical study of selected social issues with emphasis on deviation from normative standards resulting in social disorganization Issues to be covered include crime and delinquency poverty racism sexism prejudice mental illness and other social maladjustments

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  • Faculty
    English Foreign Languages Foundations of Education History Humanities Mathematics Music Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion and Philosophy Sociology Courses Faculty 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 Sociology Faculty Sociology Faculty Julienne Friday M A Professor of Sociology

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  • Sport Management
    Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Sport Management Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management The Sport Management degree offered at Waldorf College will include the Waldorf College general education curriculum a significant portion of the Waldorf Business major and six 3 credit sports management courses The information and skills students will develop in this field of study will

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  • Curriculum & Courses
    Phy Ed Electives 1 cr Principles of Mgmt 310 4 cr Total of 16 Semester V Elective 1 cr Business Communications 330 3 cr Marketing Mgmt 313 4 cr Sport PR Promotions 280 3 cr Sport Fund Raising 390 3 cr Total of 14 Semester VI Consumer Behavior 344 3 cr Sport Legal Liab Mgmt 430 3 cr Sport Administration 410 3 cr Elective 3 cr Human Resource Mgmt 412 4 cr Total of 16 Semester VII Org Theory Behavior 321 4 cr Sports Financing 420 3 cr International Business 340 3 cr Sport Facilities 400 3 cr Elective 3 cr Total of 16 Semester VIII Religion Career Values 435 4 cr Internship 395 8 cr Senior Seminar 433 3 cr Total of 15 Sport Management Course Descriptions SMT 270 Sociology of Sport 3 cr This course examines how sociology can be used to study sport in society and is organized to facilitate the use of published literature The course pays special attention to sports and sport related behaviors as they occur in social and cultural contexts and uses concepts theories and research as tools that enable students to examine sports as a part of culture Students will gain an appreciation of sport as both a cultural and economic tool and explain how sport has been used to bridge countries separated by political strife The course also investigates the historical relationship of sport to society SMT 280 Sport Public Relations and Promotions 3 cr The goal for this course is to examine and discuss the theoretical and practical implications of marketing in the sports industry A framework will be presented to help explain and organize the strategic marketing process The course will offer a growing appreciation on the globalization of sports and an understanding of the ethical issues emerging in sports and their impact on sport marketing decisions A comprehensive coverage of the functions of sports marketing is presented SMT 390 Sport Fund Raising 3 cr The goal for this course is to examine and discuss the theory and practice of fundraising in sports related fields The focus of this course is to provide specific helpful ideas and plans for conducting fundraising activities in sports business A combination of fundraising theory and practical information are offered to help the student organize and develop fundraising plans This course will examine many ways to conduct any specific fundraising project Becoming knowledgeable about specific and practical fundraising plans is crucial for the successful development of students interested in sports related business SMT 400 Sport Facilities 3 cr This course provides a basic understanding of the planning and design process as well as the features of many different areas and types of recreation and sport facilities Topics include facilities design and development common facility components and playing fields and courts Specific course topics include history of the CFE and facility design standards site selection and development phases facilities planning for safety and risk management and development of ancillary areas SMT 410 Sport Administration 3

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  • Faculty
    Music Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion and Philosophy Sociology Sport Management Curriculum Courses Faculty Gainful Employment Disclosure 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 Sport Management Faculty Sports Management Faculty Chad Brown M A Assistant Professor of Sport Management Sport

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  • Programs of Study - Theatre
    Faculty 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 Theatre Arts Theatre Arts Video created by Waldorf students The mission of the Department of Theatre is to prepare our graduates with hands on experience a thorough academic foundation and exploration of the concept of the theatre student as both a being of spirituality and reason for successful careers and fulfilling lives of service through the expression teaching producing and advancing the vocation of theatre not only as an art form but as a continuation of articulating the human condition The Department of Theatre offers majors in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in one of the four elective concentrations performance Technical Design Playwriting and Generalist Scholarship leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree and Theatre Speech Education leading to a Bachelor of Science degree Also offered are a minor program and concentration within the Humanities and Elementary Education major programs Courses are open to all students meeting prerequisites and THR 132 Acting I fulfills the college s core requirement speech designation The curriculum is

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  • Programs of Study - Theatre
    Semester I English 101 3 cr Religion 103 3 cr Critical Inquiry 111 3 cr Human Growth 144 3 cr Intro to Theatre 131 3 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 15 5 Semester II English 102 3 cr Artistic Expression 120 3 cr Human Relations 210 2 cr Intro to Teaching 201 202 3 cr Public Speaking 111 3 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 14 5 Semester III Exceptional Learners 220 3 cr Wellness 101 1 cr History Elective 3 cr Lab Science Elective 4 cr Acting I 132 3 cr Elective 3 cr Total of 17 Semester IV Educational Media 230 1 cr Educational Psychology 240 3 cr Math Elective 4 cr Mass Comm Society 103 3 cr Creative Dramatics 200 3 cr Elective 3 cr Total of 17 Semester V Content Area Reading 395 2 cr Secondary Teaching Methods 370 2 cr Clinical Experience 371 1 cr Assessment 440 3 cr Religion Elective 3 cr Directing 300 3 cr Total of 14 Semester VI Ethics Religious Diversity 400 3 cr Intro Theatrical Design 146 3 cr Argumentation Debate 300 3 cr Electives 6 cr Total of 15 Semester VII Behavior Management 460 2 cr Secondary Theatre Methods 375 3 cr Clinical Experience 376 1 cr Electives 9 cr Total of 15 Semester VIII 5 9 Student Teaching 420 6 cr 9 12 Student Teaching 423 6 cr Capstone 1 cr Total of 13 Summer Multicultural Inclusive Teaching 411 2 cr Musical Theatre Semester I English 101 106 3 cr Artistic Expression 120 3 cr Theory I 101 3 cr Aural Skills I 103 1 cr Acting I 132 3 cr Phy Ed Electives 1 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 16 Semester II English 102 107 3 cr Theory II 102 3 cr Aural Skills II 104 1 cr Critical Inquiry 111 3 cr Religion 103 3 cr Wellness 101 1 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 16 Semester III History Elective 3 cr Investigations in Humanities 300 3 cr Math 101 or higher 4 cr Intro Theatrical Design 146 3 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 15 Semester IV Religion Elective 3 cr Lab Science Elective 4 cr Amer Musical Theatre 325 3 cr Musical Theatre Perf 333 3 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 15 Semester V Humanities Minor Elective 3 cr Directing 300 3 cr Diction I 111 1 cr Social Science Elective 3 cr Elective 3 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 15 Semester VI Humanities Minor Electives 6 cr Half Recital 313 1 cr Theatre Internship 6 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 15 Semester VII Humanities Minor Electives 6 cr Senior Capstone 450 3 cr Religion 300 3 cr Applied Lessons 2 cr Total of 14 Semester VIII Humanities Minor Elective 3 cr Social Science Elective 3 cr Full Recital 413 2 cr Electives 6 cr Total of 14 Theatre Course Descriptions Technical Administrative 25 cr Participation in the cast crew and or staff for a Department of Theatre production THR 131 Introduction to the Theatre 3 cr Provides a perspective of theatrical form and function through history to the present Aims to develop a critical ability based on background knowledge which will increase the understanding and appreciation of the theatre and related arts Specific emphasis will be placed upon theatrical literary survey dramatic analysis techniques and developing oral interpretation skills THR 132 Acting I 3 cr A study of acting theories and practices with emphasis given to the development of monologues workshop experiences exercises and scenes THR 140 Introduction to Stagecraft 3 cr Survey of theatre performance spaces basic tools and set construction basic scenic lighting sound and properties design and construction Survey of the costume process from concept to realization basic hand and sewing machine techniques basic patterning and fitting methods and craft techniques THR 146 Introduction to Theatrical Design 3 cr An analytical approach to the visualization of characters focusing on research and design application techniques and media Basic design skills including drafting sketching rendering and model building will be focused on concentration will be on all aspects of theatrical design THR 200 Creative Dramatics 3 cr A participatory study of creative dramatics an improvisational process oriented form of theatre Experiences include individual and group work movement and creative play making Theoretical and exploratory study includes the development of strategies for utilizing creative dramatics in various settings including language arts education 3 year rotation Required for Education Major Theatre Concentration THR 232 Acting II 3 cr Intermediate and disciplined work in the theories and techniques of stage acting Emphasis is on script and character analysis performance preparation makeup techniques and introductory approaches to various periods and styles Prerequisite THR 132 THR 242 Stage Management 3 cr Planning and managing artistic events and performances basic concepts of management theories creating budgets stage and production management THR 300 Directing I 3 cr An exploration of the directing process with a dual emphasis on theory and practice Topics include text analysis of dramatic action elements of staging rehearsal strategies collaborative relationships in production and the theories and production histories of established directors Activities will include preparation of scenes and projects for presentation Prerequisites THR 131 132 and 141 142 or consent of instructor THR 301 Directing II 3 cr An advanced and disciplined work on exploration of the directing process with a dual emphasis on theory and practice Topics include text analysis of dramatic action elements of staging rehearsal strategies collaborative relationships in production and the theories and production histories of established directors Activities will include preparation of scenes and projects for presentation Prerequisites THR 132 300 or consent of instructor THR 315 Classical Theatre 3 cr An exploration of dramatic forms and styles production practices and theatre performance in its respective society Periods include Ancient Greek and Roman traditional Asian and may extend into Medieval Renaissance European Work in the course will include script analysis historical reading and research

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  • Programs of Study - Theatre
    Foundations of Education History Humanities Mathematics Music Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion and Philosophy Sociology Sport Management Theatre Arts Curriculum Courses Faculty 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 Theatre Arts Faculty Theatre Arts Faculty Robert AuFrance Ph D Professor of Theatre

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