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  • Continuing Education
    Career Prep Life Coach Career Prep Photographer Career Prep Start Your Own Business in Alternative Energy Start Your Own Business in Aromatherapy Start Your Own Business in Career Coaching Start Your Own Business in Floristry Start Your Own Business in Interior Decorating Start Your Own Business in Landscaping Start Your Own Business in Solar and Wind Energy Start Your Own Business in Solar and Wind Energy Career Prep Complete Start Your Own Business in Solar Energy Start Your Own Business in Wedding Planning Education and Personal Development Teacher s Aide Green and Renewable Energy BPI Building Science Principles Certificate of Knowledge LEED Green Associate Career Prep Start your Business in Solar and Wind Energy Start Your Own Business in Solar and Wind Energy Career Prep Complete Sustainable Management Career Prep Sustainable Supply Chain Management Career Prep Healthcare and Allied Health Administrative Medical Assistant Career Prep Master Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Career Prep Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Career Prep Expert Dental Assistant Career Prep Medical Billing and Coding Career Prep Complete Personal Fitness Trainer Career Prep Master Pharmacy Technician Career Prep Professional Home Health Assistant Career Prep Mental Health Care Career Prep Nursing Assistant Career Prep Professional Nursing Assisting Career Prep Nutritional Fitness Career Prep Nutritional Fitness Career Prep Professional Substance Abuse Counseling Career Prep Adolescent Development Industrial and Skilled Trades Start Your Own Business in Solar and Wind Energy Start Your Own Business in Solar and Wind Energy Career Prep Complete Legal and Criminal Justice Paralegal Career Prep I Paralegal Career Prep II Paralegal Career Prep III Paralegal Career Prep Master Spanish in the Workplace Spanish Fundamentals Spanish for Construction Spanish for Dentist and Dental Hygienists Spanish for Educators Spanish for Firefighters Spanish for Food Service Spanish for Health Care Spanish for Housekeeping Spanish for Law Enforcement Spanish

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  • Faculty Achievements
    an Icelandic pianist composer and good friend of Dr Taylor Sigurbjörnsson is internationally known for is works that assimilate seemingly unrelated elements while maintaining diverse styles and genres Dr AuFrance invited as workshop presenter 5 5 2014 Dr Robert E AuFrance Director of Theatre Director of Fine Arts Administration was an invited guest recruiter and workshop presenter on multiple occasions this year Recent Achievements of Bartelt professor of Biology 5 5 2014 Dr Paul Bartelt authored and presented two posters with his students at the annual meeting of The Wildlife Society Iowa Chapter He also received a small grant from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources for research Bascom published in multiple literary journals 5 5 2014 Tim Bascom the new director of Creative Writing had works published in three literary journals He also lead a new regional high school writing contest at Waldorf College Associate Dean editorial published in Minneapolis newpaper 5 5 2014 David Rask Behling associate dean at Waldorf College helped coordiante MA program proposal drafted student and faculty handbooks and was published in a major Minneapolis newspaper Coombs serves as Vice Chair on Iowa Acadamey of Science department 5 5 2014 Gary Coombs assistant professor of

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  • Honors College
    Academics Honors College Honors College The Waldorf College Honors College offers a unique curriculum for intellectually curious and inquisitive students Honors College courses at Waldorf are different and challenging not more and harder This is the type of learning where you get your hands dirty you will engage in Rousseau s The Social Contract by recreating the French revolution in class become a true scholar in your field by spending a year researching under the tutelage of a professor challenge your presuppositions about the world in honors philosophy discover the world first hand as you travel with your classmates to Greece and put your new found skills to practice by developing a service project that makes a difference in the world Outside of coursework you will have opportunities to attend cultural events lectures conferences and even travel the world As a graduate of the Waldorf Honors College you will be a confident inquisitive and independent thinker who can communicate his or her ideas effectively and efficiently These attitudes and abilities are not only highly sought after from employers but will serve you well as a leader in your community I encourage you to make the most out of your college

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  • Academics - Honor College - FAQ
    College holds the highest student satisfaction ranking of all the college services Many graduates of the Honors College comment upon how confident they feel in their thinking and their judgments which has benefited them both professionally and personally Students also enjoy the out of classroom experiences the Honors College presents What are the out of classroom experiences These experiences range from cultural excursions such as attending a performance at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis to leisure activities such as an Honors College BBQ to intellectual discovery such as attending an Honors Conference Oh and don t forget the Honors World Trip more on that below Will my honors classes be a lot harder The goal of an honors course is to be different not harder Paper lengths tend to be similar to those of regular sections The difference comes in the issues we explore how we explore those issues and the emphasis on student responsibility for directing the class Will all my classes be honors classes No In fact the honors curriculum involves between 16 19 credits most of which replace general education requirements Your first course in the honors sequence is English 106 so be sure to register for

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  • Curriculum & Faculty
    classic and contemporary texts Open to students accepted into the Honors College Program HON ENG 107 Honors Seminar II 3 cr This course focuses on the critical reading of literary texts from a variety of genres times and voices Class discussion and writing projects provide opportunity for analysis synthesis and interpretation of the texts as students develop increasing academic literacy Open to students in the Honors College Program Prerequisite ENG 101 106 HON 200 Honors Philosophy 3 cr A team taught seminar that explores the process of disciplinary thinking Each unit examines a person or an idea that has impacted how we consider what it means to be human Emphasis is placed on critical thinking skills as evidenced in both oral and written contributions Strongly advised for all Honors College students required for potential Waldorf Scholars Non honors students may take the course with the permission of the Director of the Honors College HON 279 Honors Colloquium I 1 cr A course designed to foster critical thinking in depth analysis and communication skills through reading discussion and writing about a single topic Prerequisite Cumulative GPA 3 00 or permission of Honors College Director Course may be repeated HON 289 Honors Colloquium II 1 cr A course designed to apply the critical thinking skills from the honors curriculum to service learning opportunities The class will select a campus or community issue and interact with constituent groups to resolve the issue HON 399 Honors World Trip 1 cr This course is designed to prepare students for an overseas travel experience Students will study the history and culture of the destination as well as assist in the creation of the itinerary and making travel arrangements HON 499 Honors Thesis 1 cr The topic for the Honors thesis must be approved by the honors

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  • What Students Say
    Say Being a member of the Honors College at Waldorf has been an essential part of my college experience It has provided me with classes that are unique and innovated These distinct classes have greatly helped in my critical thinking development which I am able to utilize in every class at Waldorf The classes have also given me the confidence and character to be a leader both inside and outside of the classroom The Honors College has also provided me with a small classroom environment that has allowed me to work in a friendly yet challenging atmosphere of peers Amanda Schlumpberger Through the variety of classes included in the Honors College experience coupled with the wonderful professors I have grown to be a strong thinker and communicator The classes were challenging yet fun and proved worth the effort I now feel prepared for whatever the world throws my way Daisy Wallace Honors College classes are more than the typical lecture and homework routine They are a chance to immerse yourself in the context of the topic being studied and discover for yourself why events such as the French Revolution played out the way they did Personally I enjoyed the challenge

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  • World Trip
    beyond the classroom You will have opportunities to attend world class productions at the Guthrie Theatre present a paper at an honors conference attend lectures by world leaders or participate in the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Graduating as a Waldorf Scholar you will be eligible to study abroad with the Honors World Trip and the Honors College will even pick up your airfare In short we have fun The honors

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  • Europe
    Europe Europe Five Great Cities of History and Art Communications 379 4 Credits The Communications Department leads a three week trip to the great cities of Europe every two years Rome Italy Florence Italy Cinque Terre Italy Venice Italy Paris France London England The trip is lead by Communications Professor David Damm This study abroad opportunity allows students to see the great museums and historic sites of Europe while enjoying the diverse culture that each country has to offer My suggestion to future travelers embrace everything This trip is about seeing and doing all that you can Don t take naps You ll catch up on sleep later And do everything you can from tasting the special dishes in every country to climbing every bell tower You won t regret it Marisa Donnelly 15 It is truly awe inspiring walking through places like the Roman Forum or Pompeii and thinking about all of the people that have walked here before you I walked in the same footsteps as Julius Caesar I think that s pretty cool Kevin Moore 15 The 2014 trip takes place from May 12 June 2 Click here to stay up to date with the adventure by

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