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  • Engineering (Liberal Arts) | Wheaton
    Science Building 3rd floor 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5007 physics wheaton edu How does the Dual Degree Program work Our Engineering students spend their first three years at Wheaton taking the full range of courses in Bible theology social science art music literature writing etc just as any Wheaton student would They also complete the math and science courses that form the foundation for any of the engineering fields After the three years students transfer to an ABET accredited engineering school for two final years of engineering coursework The engineering school can be chosen from among many possibilities including the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign University of Minnesota Washington University and many others A special arrangement is in place with the nearby Illinois Institute of Technology IIT in Chicago which allows students to spend all five years living at Wheaton Upon completion of the dual degree engineering program all students receive two degrees a B S or B A in Liberal Arts Engineering from Wheaton and a B S in their chosen engineering discipline from the engineering school The final result The best of both worlds Wheaton College Illinois Institute of Technology An integrated liberal arts engineering program An integrated liberal arts engineering program with Illinois Institute of Technology IIT allows students to stay in residence at Wheaton College as they earn a degree from both institutions Full curricula are offered in the following areas Aerospace Engineering Architectural Engineering Biomedical Cell Tissue Biomedical Medical Imaging Biomedical Neural Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering The lower level IIT engineering courses are offered live on Wheaton College TV with a courier service to pick up and deliver homework Exams are proctored at Wheaton College With a train station within easy walking distance of Wheaton College s campus there is convenient public transportation to and from the IIT downtown campus Some students choose to live near the IIT campus during their fifth year Completion of the program will normally take five years depending on the number of advanced credits already earned Upon satisfaction of all the requirements for each school the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in liberal arts engineering is awarded from Wheaton College and a Bachelor of Science in engineering from IIT Requirements for the Dual Degree Program For more details on the requirements for the Dual Degree Program please see the Course Catalog Engineers Without Borders Engineers without borders is a non profit humanitarian organization that partners with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects This chapter is a group of local professional engineers that works with engineering students in the Chicagoland region to plan finance oversee and implement forward thinking engineering projects in disadvantaged communities For further information go to the Engineers Without Borders website Links to some Engineering Schools Wheaton Students often work with Washington University University of Illinois Illinois Institute of Technology

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Physics/Engineering (2016-02-16)
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  • English Department | Wheaton
    Program Learn More Home Academics Departments and Programs English English Department The Department of English seeks to prepare students to pursue their chosen vocations with competence and versatility Menu Why English News and Events Faculty Majors Courses Activities and Opportunities Wheaton in England Wheaton College English Department Wheaton in England Photo Gallery Rebecca Sandberg s English Department Chapel Address On October 28th Rebecca Sandberg spoke at the English Department Chapel and shared how she founded the Re new Project a place where refugees can learn to sew sell their wares and find community Read more about her story here More Meet Caroline Ryan Cunningham 13 Assistant Editor for Washingtonian Magazine Read about how Caroline Cunningham s English major contributes to her work in the fashion and wedding industry as the assistant fashion editor for Washingtonian Magazine and assistant editor for Washingtonian Bride Groom More Meet Sumanth Prabhaker 04 Writer and Editor at Pearson Education and Madras Press Read about Sumanth Prabhaker 04 the English major with a Writing Concentration who became a writer and editor at Pearson Education as well as the founding editor of Madras Press a publishing company that produces short fiction and novellas distributing the proceeds to non profit organizations More Tom Gardner s Poetry Reading and Lecture Last week writer and professor Tom Gardner visited the English Department as a Writer in Residence During his stay at Wheaton Gardner visited with students in their classes gave a poetry reading and delivered a lecture Read more about his stay at Wheaton here More Meet Yeesum Lo 09 Corporate Project Manager of Endemol Shine Australia Read more about Hong Kong native Yeesum Lo 09 whose Wheaton English major prepared her to work in the entertainment industry More English Department Year in Review 2014 2015 Learn more about the

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/English (2016-02-16)
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  • Environmental Science | Wheaton
    based discipline that draws on a broad understanding of biology geology chemistry physics and mathematics Beyond studying the physical environment it is critical that environmental scientists understand the cultural and social contexts that drive environmental challenges All this must be integrated under a strong biblical environmental ethic to comprehensively care for God s environment entrusted to us Menu Environmental Science Faculty Curriculum Green Careers Environment and Sustainability Activities at Wheaton College News and Developments Opportunities and Facilities Internship and Job Links Geology 2016 Science Symposium Environmental Science Dr Chris Keil Director Science Center Lower Level 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 7271 environmental science wheaton edu Mission Our mission is to equip students and faculty to embrace the obligations and appreciate the privileges of being stewards of God s creation Through acts of scholarship and service students and faculty protect environmental systems inform the global church and influence society and culture Students learn state of the art skills and technology in environmental studies coupled with careful analysis and reflection on the social political ethical and theological dimensions of environmental research and application through a synthesis of core curricular requirements and specialized advanced training in distinctive elective tracks Our very own Wheaton College Science Station in the Black Hills of South Dakota ongoing connections with other environmental institutes and strategic location in the Greater Chicago Area create unique opportunities for study research and service in environmental and conservation science Environmental Science is located in the new Meyer Science Center We have classroom space research labs and dedicated space for environmental science students group work The department Geographic Information Systems GIS lab has two dozen workstations with map making hardware and software to train students in the latest skills and applications of computer mapping and environmental data visualization Environmental

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Geology/Envstudies (2016-02-16)
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  • e-Partnerships Parent Newsletter | Wheaton
    On Tuition Freedom Day students celebrate your giving to the Wheaton Fund by writing notes of gratitude to alumni parents and friends for the generous gifts that help ensure the affordability and excellence of their Wheaton education Here is just one of the hundreds of notes written by students Thank you so much for supporting Wheaton and me through your financial and spiritual support You ve made it possible for me to experience Wheaton and you can rest assured that I will do the same for the next generation of Wheaties Thank you for helping to sustain Wheaton and further the Kingdom for God s glory Ben 17 We join students in expressing our heartfelt thanks for your support News from the Center for Vocation and Career As we look forward to graduation the Center for Vocation and Career offers a number of programs designed to help graduating seniors prepare for life after Wheaton The Etiquette Dinner prepares students for fundraising dinners business meals and engaging professionally in a social environment From small talk to dining skills to exchanging business cards our seniors will be ready to develop their business relationships without fear of committing social faux pas Understanding Compensation Benefits helps students navigate the alphabet soup of employment offer letters interacting well with Human Resources and understanding the importance of decisions related to compensation and benefits Budgeting teaches students to create a personal budget based on known income or projected income Seniors walk away with a clear understanding of the impact of taxes on their paycheck the value of investing in retirement today and the real life expenses they will face after college Life After Wheaton features young alumni who share their experiences after leaving Wheaton These alumni will address deep topics as well as some of the everyday questions students have as they transition to life post college how to live out your faith in the workplace finding a roommate apartment church what it s like to live outside a faith based community for the first time If you are the parent of a graduating senior please encourage your student to attend these helpful programs And special congratulations to YOU as Commencement approaches News from Financial Aid It s time for continuing students to apply for financial aid for 2016 17 Students returning for the 2016 17 academic year will need to reapply for financial aid The priority deadline to submit the FAFSA the Wheaton Financial Aid application and all other requested documents is April 15 2016 Students from Illinois should complete the FAFSA by February 1 st for state grant consideration Please note that both the student and parent will need an FSA ID to access the FAFSA If you haven t already done so please go to www fsaid ed gov to create your FSA ID Please contact the Financial Aid office with any questions News from Student Health Services Is your student traveling internationally Wondering what vaccines they may need Student Health Services has an

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Parents/Keep-Informed/Newsletter (2016-02-16)
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  • Evangelism and Leadership | Wheaton
    Wheaton College Graduate School Degrees Evangelism and Leadership Evangelism and Leadership Our mission is to develop Christian professionals skilled in theory and practice for culturally relevant service in a constantly changing world Menu Biblical and Theological Studies Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership M A in Evangelism and Leadership M A in Missional Church Movements Faculty Faculty Books Courses Faculty and Student Work Internships Partnerships For Admitted and Current Students Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Evangelism and Leadership Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 evangelism leadership wheaton edu Master of Arts Degrees The Masters in Evangelism and Leadership is a degree for leaders with evangelistic passion and missional edge It will motivate and equip you to become a change agent for the gospel in whatever church organizational marketplace or missionary context in which you find yourself The Masters in Missional Church Movements is a degree for church and parachurch planters reproducers movement makers and entrepreneurial leaders Training by World Class Leaders In addition to Wheaton s teaching faculty both the M A in Evangelism and Leadership and the M A in Missional Church Movements degrees provide guest lecturers from world class leaders Alan Hirsch Dave Ferguson Ed Stetzer John Ferguson Mike Breen Neil Cole Paco Amador Wayne Gordon As part of both the Wheaton College Graduate School and the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism we also serve as a connection to all of their outstanding resources networks and people Flexible Options for Completing an M A Degree Both of these M A degrees can be completed in several formats in order to meet the diverse needs of our students These formats include completing the degree as a residential student full time or part time in a cohort

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/Evangelism-and-Leadership (2016-02-16)
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  • Evangelism Initiative | Wheaton
    known to others is a value that must be passed on to each generation If Christian colleges and universities seek to integrate faith in the exercise of learning then the ability to segue naturally and winsomely from a discussion of one s academic discipline to the gospel is a valued educational and missional outcome Other Council of Christian Colleges Universities CCCU schools are beginning to adopt the Evangelism Initiative in ways unique to their campuses The CCCU deploys approximately 50 000 graduates a year 1 000 000 in 20 years If these graduates embrace the privilege and responsibility to make Christ known to those in their spheres of influence it will have a positive kingdom effect on our nation and our world Our goal is to see every CCCU school participate in this transformational endeavor How Does the Evangelism Initiative Work The leadership of the school the president or one who has the power to make decisions appoints a core group of individuals to make recommendations on how students will live and breathe evangelism in whatever field they enter after graduation Each participating college can use programs that are already existing on campus or if nothing exists which is a natural foundation for an Evangelism Initiative each college can create a new foundation on that campus We want the schools to consider adopting something like the Wheaton Evangelism Group WEG to give oversight to an Evangelism Initiative on their campuses We have start up funding for colleges and universities that have a strong evangelical commitment but limited resources How Do I Learn More about Creating an Evangelism Initiative on My Campus Jerry Root Director Evangelism Initiative Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College 630 752 5912 Jerry Root wheaton edu Robert Bishop Associate Director Evangelism Initiative 630 752 5895

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/BGCE/Training-Ministries/Campus-Students/Evangelism-Initiative (2016-02-16)
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  • Facilities Management | Wheaton
    for Vocation and Career Center for Applied Christian Ethics College Archives and Special Collections Buswell Library Community School of the Arts Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Offices and Services Facilities Management Facilities Management From carpentry to keys to transportation to custodial work Facilities Management meets a host of vital needs to keep Wheaton s campus going Menu For the campus community Access the Facilities Management intranet site In case of emergency A disaster unusual occurrence utility malfunction or equipment failure that presents imminent danger to life limb or property is considered an emergency and should be called in immediately Monday through Friday 7 30 am 4 30 pm Contact the Work Order Center at 630 752 7930 After hours and weekends Contact Public Safety at 630 752 5911 Street Address 924 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 5593 Important Numbers Main office 630 752 5113 Work order center 630 752 7930 Transportation 630 752 5114 Keys 630 752 5113 Fax 630 752 5998 Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives Centers and Institutes Course Catalog Academic Services Academic Calendar Student Life Living at Wheaton Spiritual Life Student Activities Multicultural Development

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Offices/Facilities-Management (2016-02-16)
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  • Faculty Books | Wheaton
    reimagined spirituals composed and produced by Dr Shawn Okpebholo featuring baritone Will Liverman 10 was recorded edited produced mixed and mastered by Brian Porick 98 with album photography by Greg Halvorsen Schreck associate professor of art and graphic design by Jeremy Botts assistant professor of art Learn more Spirit of God Christian Renewal in the Community of Faith Jeffrey W Barbeau Beth Felker Jones Dr Sandra Richter associate professors of theology InterVarsity Press April 2015 These essays gathered from the 2014 Wheaton Theology Conference include insights from Dr Jeffery Barbeau Dr Beth Jones Dr Sandra Richter Dr Gregory Lee assistant professor of theology and more Learn more Effective Intercultural Communication A Christian Perspective Scott Moreau associate academic dean of Wheaton College Graduate School and professor of intercultural studies Evvy Campbell 68 associate professor of intercultural studies emerita Susan Greener associate professor of intercultural studies Baker Books September 2014 With the development of instantaneous global communication effective communication across cultural boundaries is vital This addition to the acclaimed Encountering Mission series is designed to offer contemporary intercultural communication insights for mission students and practitioners Learn more Loving Jesus More Philip G Ryken 88 president Crossway September 2014 In his most recent publication President Ryken emphasizes that God s love for us is the source of our love for him and challenges us to take Jesus s words seriously and think carefully about where our affections truly lie Learn more A First Look at Communication Theory 9th edition Dr Em Griffin HON Professor of communication emeritus McGraw Hill 2014 Dr Em Griffin joined by co authors Dr Andrew Ledbetter 02 and Dr Glenn Sparks 75 presents the ninth edition of the book that has garnered 50 percent of the communication theory textbook sales in a 12 book market This edition introduces 32 diverse theories and helps students apply them to their own lives Learn more Practicing Christian Doctrine An Introduction to Thinking and Living Theologically Dr Beth Felker Jones associate professor of theology Baker Academic April 2014 Dr Beth Felker Jones explains key concepts in Christian doctrine and encourages readers to grow into more faithful Christian practitioners Attending to history and contemporary debates the book also features voices from the global church Learn more Magical Realism and Cosmopolitanism Strategizing Belonging Kim Sasser assistant professor of English Palgrave Macmillan August 2014 For years critics have been proclaiming that magical realism is dead Dr Kim Sasser contends that magical realism still has much to offer contemporary readers critics and authors Learn more Encountering the Book of Romans A Theological Survey 2nd edition Douglas Moo Baker Academic July 2014 In this updated edition edited by Dr Walter Elwell 59 M A 61 professor of biblical studies emeritus Dr Douglas Moo addresses introductory matters and lays the groundwork for reading Romans by highlighting key themes clarifying difficult passages and exploring the continuing relevance of Romans Learn more Sing For Me A Novel Karen Halvorsen Schreck visiting professor of English Howard Books April 2014 Set in Depression

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Faculty/Books (2016-02-16)
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