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  • Intercultural Studies Department | Wheaton
    that diversity Learn more about our student life Wheaton College Graduate School Degrees Intercultural Studies Department Intercultural Studies Department Our mission is to develop Christian professionals skilled in theory and practice for culturally relevant service in a constantly changing world Menu M A in Intercultural Studies Faculty Current Students Beyond the Classroom Like Us Follow Us Intercultural Studies Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5948 intercultural studies wheaton edu Meeting the World s Need The current world wide geopolitical atmosphere has led to remarkable opportunities for those who know how to enter and engage in viable ministry and work in cross cultural settings The Intercultural Studies department at Wheaton College seeks to meet this need by providing comprehensive practical training for cross cultural service Programs Offered We offer multiple programs to ensure that we serve our unique students needs M A in Intercultural Studies Development focus or General focus M A in TESOL Intercultural Studies TESOL Institute for Cross Cultural Training ICCT English Language Institute of China ELIC ESL Endorsement for K 12 teachers Degree Program Formats For degree seeking students our programs can be completed through a variety of formats Modular format for Master s Degrees in Intercultural Studies and TESOL Intercultural Studies Accelerated format for Master s Degrees in Intercultural Studies and TESOL Intercultural Studies Wheaton College undergraduates only Residential format for Master s Degree in TESOL Intercultural Studies Full time or Part time Intercultural Studies Department Features In order to offer our students the best education possible our faculty invests their time in research and professional opportunities our alumni stay connected even when oceans away and we continually evaluate our own program practices 1 000 alumni serving nationally and around the world World class faculty who have authored relevant publications with

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/Intercultural-Studies (2016-02-16)
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  • Interdisciplinary Studies | Wheaton
    of study persona or pre set that integrates selected course work from two or three disciplines Menu The Four I s The Ten Steps Sample Directives Pre Set Programs of Study Interdisciplinary Studies Dr Jeffry Davis Director Buswell Memorial Library Writing Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5158 IDS wheaton edu IDS majors will express a guiding directive choosing to explore a question i e How do faith and ethics relate to bioengineering or a problem i e Analyzing the common causes of poverty in urban America or a theme i e Philosophical and literary perspectives on the human condition See the Sample Directives page for examples of what this could look like Whatever the guiding directive for the program of study IDS students pursue areas of academic interest that sustain focused course work and independent study The culmination is a final research project completed and presented to peers in the IDS Senior Seminar To learn more about the field of interdisciplinary studies take a look at the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Incoming Students Due to the nature and structure of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program IDS Freshman or Transfer students are not automatically able to sign into this major Becoming an IDS student involves a rigorous application process and must be done in cooperation with the IDS Director and IDS Faculty Committee Current Students You can find application forms and additional information at the IDS intranet site IDS Application and Forms Available on campus only The one stop shop for application information and forms More Interdisciplinary Studies Asian Studies The Asian Studies POS provides an academic focus on a strategic region rich in cultural religious and intellectual traditions More IDS Biotech POS Learn more about the Biotechnology POS that is offered through the Interdisciplinary Studies program

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Special/IDS (2016-02-16)
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  • International Relations | Wheaton
    studies relief and development international law and graduate study in foreign affairs law and international politics Requirements Requirements for an International Relations major are 30 hours of courses in international relations 16 hours of supporting courses Core courses include Comparative Politics International Relations a 4 hour internship Senior seminar Also required are a course in microeconomics American Politics and Government 8 hours of a foreign language beyond the 201 level or its equivalent 4 hours from select history courses 4 hours from select economics courses 16 hours of electives in the major Core Courses in International Relations IR 155 Comparative Politics 4 IR 175 International Politics 4 IR 494 IR Senior Seminar 2 IR 496 Internship 4 Required Hours in Core 14 hours Electives Choose at least 4 hours of courses from 16 hours Economics 4 hours from History 4 hours from International Politics and 4 hours from Comparative Politics Comparative Politics IR 354 African Politics IR 353 Comparative Public Policy IR 355 Latin American Politics IR 356 European Politics IR 357 Third World Politics IR 358 Post Communist Politics International Politics IR 372 International Law 2 IR 376 Ethics and Foreign Policy 2 IR 378 American Foreign Relations IR 379 International Political Economy 2 Economics B EC 371 Small Scale Enterprise and Economic Development B EC 365 Economic Development and Growth B EC 366 International Economics B EC 456 Comparative Economic Systems History HIST 292 Latin American History HIST 331 African History HIST 333 History of the Soviet Union and Russia HIST 334 Asian History HIST 361 Contemporary World History HIST 349 Origins of Contemporary Europe 1870 1950 Required Supporting Courses 16 hours B EC 211 Microneconomics 4 PSCI 135 American Government 4 Eight hours of foreign language beyond the 201 level or its equivalent 8 Summary Total Hours

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Polsci/International-Relations (2016-02-16)
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  • LEED Certification | Wheaton
    Graham Center for Evangelism Billy Graham Center Archives Billy Graham Center Museum Bookstore Buswell Memorial Library Center 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 Stewardship LEED Certification LEED Certification Menu HIV AIDS A Biblical Theological Response LEED Certification Memorial Student Center Wheaton Science Center Related Links LEED Certification Wheaton Science Center LEED Certification Memorial Student Center LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is an internationally recognized green building certification system Developed by the U S Green Building Council USGBC in March 2000 LEED provides building owners and operators with a framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design construction operations and maintenance solutions Wheaton College Campus Information Lodging and Maps Find helpful information for your visit including campus maps More 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 Christian Outreach Sports and Recreation Student Care MyWheaton Arts Academics Art For God s Sake Community School of

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Stewardship/LEED (2016-02-16)
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  • M.A. in Biblical Archaeology | Wheaton
    that sheds light on the context of biblical passages The program offers a concentration in Old Testament and Near Eastern Studies and emphasizes four areas Archaeology Biblical Geography Biblical Languages and Biblical Studies There is a required semester of study in Israel at Jerusalem University College JUC and six weeks of summer excavation for credit This program provides students with a solid basis for doctoral studies in Archaeology Ancient History Biblical Studies and Church History Students are not required to write a thesis but may do so if granted permission by an advisor and the department All students are required to pass a comprehensive exam unless the thesis option has been granted Those who consider this program as a terminal degree will be well trained for teaching courses in Old and New Testament Bible backgrounds ancient history and archaeology in church and school settings Admission is contingent upon current U S State Department travel advisories for the Middle East Prerequisite Requirements Admission to the program does not require a specific undergraduate major Students must however demonstrate a basic knowledge of Bible content and historical periods of the Old or New Testament and prerequisite competency in Hebrew Competency is defined as passing a competency exam or taking HEBR 301 or BL 610 at JUC 302 and 401 These language prerequisites do not count toward the completion of degree requirements but students may take the languages concurrently with the program Degree Requirements 54 hours Fieldwork 6 hours ARCH 525 Archaeological Field Work 6 hours Jerusalem University College 10 hours GEO 511 Physical Settings 4 ARCG 500 Old Testament Track 3 HIST 530 Old Testament Track 3 Old Testament and Theological Studies 8 hours BITH 562 Introduction to Old Testament Exegesis 2 BITH 541 OT Criticism 2 BITH 565 Christian Theology 4 Archaeology

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/BTS/MA-in-BTS/Biblical-Archaeology (2016-02-16)
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  • M.A. in Biblical Exegesis | Wheaton
    is a biblical language based degree which emphasizes study in both the Old and New Testaments Students will be able to interpret scripture through study of the Greek and Hebrew ancient languages Menu M A in Biblical Archaeology M A in Biblical Exegesis Degree Requirements Faculty Books Alumni Perspectives Ancient Language Prerequisite Tuition Rebate Greek and Hebrew Competency Requirement M A in Biblical Exegesis Writing Style Guide M A in Biblical Studies M A in History of Christianity M A in Theology Graduate Comprehensive Exam Study Guides Graduate Biblical and Theological Studies Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 bts graduate studies wheaton edu Related Links Biblical and Theological Studies Department Acquire the training and research tools that will qualify you to advance to careers in biblical scholarship Bible translation church leadership Christian publishing and more Learn to exegete the Hebrew OT and Greek NT culturally canonically and apply it to the life of faith within the context of the local church John Walton Ph D Dr Walton is the Degree Coordinator for the M A in Biblical Exegesis and specializes in comparitive studies between the Old Testament and the Ancient Near East Whether in teaching or writing I am constantly challenged in my own life because the material that I am presenting stretches me as much as it stretches my students or readers More Degree Requirements The central focus of this degree is exegesis All students will be trained in skills specific to both Old and New Testament exegesis followed by in depth book studies in the original languages of Scripture Other requirements include courses in hermeneutics backgrounds ANE and Jewish Greco Roman criticism OT and NT and biblical theology OT and NT A working knowledge of both biblical Hebrew and Greek are

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/BTS/MA-in-BTS/Biblical-Exegesis (2016-02-16)
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  • M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling | Wheaton
    settings including Community mental health agencies Human service agencies Hospitals Churches International ministries Private counseling practice It is important that applicants review the licensing requirements of the states or countries in which they hope to practice since mental health practice at the master s level varies widely The coursework in this program was designed to meet or exceed the educational standards for professional counselors set forth by the state of Illinois and the National Board for Certified Counselors NBCC Please see the most recent handbook for the MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling for a detailed description of the program CMHC 2015 2017 Cohort Student Handbook PDF Integration of Faith and Counseling Faculty and students join together in actively exploring the integration of Christian faith and professional counseling practice During the first year students and faculty participate together in a year long seminar entitled Foundations of Integration which explores the impact of a Christian worldview on the developing identity of the professional counselor During the practicum and internship second year students and faculty participate in Internship Seminars focused on putting the concepts and theories of integration into practice Many faculty members and students in the program have a strong interest in the interface of ministry and mental health practice Many alumni of our program serve with or assist mission agencies and missionaries around the world Other graduates serve in nontraditional roles that bring the training and values of the mental health field into ministry roles within the church Members of the psychology department are active in teaching and training professionals clergy and lay people around the world Practicum and Internship Three semesters of clinical training give students the opportunity for hands on training experiences Students are assisted in the search for practicum and internship experiences that fit their professional goals

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/Psychology/Programs/CMHC (2016-02-16)
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  • M.A. in History of Christianity | Wheaton
    equipping graduate students through teaching and mentoring with a comprehensive knowledge of Christian history that engages the fullness of the historical context across two millennia Menu M A in Biblical Archaeology M A in Biblical Exegesis M A in Biblical Studies M A in History of Christianity Concentrations Faculty Faculty Books Using this Degree Student Testimonials Graduate Student Distinguished Accomplishments Faculty Achievements History of Christianity Graduate Student Conference 6th Annual History of Christianity Lecture M A in Theology Graduate Comprehensive Exam Study Guides Graduate Biblical and Theological Studies Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 bts graduate studies wheaton edu Related Links Biblical and Theological Studies Department Jennifer McNutt Ph D Dr McNutt is the Degree Coordinator of the History of Christianity M A program and specializes in the Christian history of the Reformation through Enlightenment It s a privilege to teach and mentor graduate students at Wheaton as they pursue advanced study in Christian History discern their various vocational callings and continue to grow in their commitment to Christ More What You Can Expect Develop skills in both social and intellectual history Explore how biblical theological philosophical social political economic racial gender and cultural factors shaped and were shaped by Christianity Have the opportunity to build expertise in a period of history through concentrated study Early Christianity Concentration Reformation Christianity Concentration Modern Christianity Concentration Integrate faith and learning as Christian scholars Develop skills and training for advanced academic work Financial Aid Merit based scholarships T A work available Other opportunities Accelerated study for Wheaton undergraduate students at reduced cost Language training opportunities such as in German French Latin and Greek Participate in the History of Christianity Graduate Student Conference Participate in the Methods in Scholarship Seminar run by Dr McNutt and Dr Barbeau

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/BTS/MA-in-BTS/History-of-Christianity (2016-02-16)
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