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  • B.A. in History-Teacher Certification - History - Western Illinois University
    to 1877 3 s h HIST 106 American History since 1877 3 s h HIST 125 Western Civilization to 1648 3 s h HIST 126 Western Civilization from 1648 3 s h HIST 201 Historical Methods 3 s h III Option B History Teacher Certification 1 Hist 420 Illinois History WID course 3 s h 2 History Directed Electives minimum of 24 s h U S History Area I inc HIST 420 Capstone Seminar Illinois History WID course min 9 s h European History Area II min 6 s h Non Western History Area III min 6 s h At least 12 semester hours in History Directed Electives must be at the 400 level 3 Directed Electives in Government 15 s h Domestic History 303 Poli Sci 122 PoliS 315 min 3 s h International History 401 Pol Sci 228 267 331 min 3 s h 4 Other Required Courses 36 s h Geog 100 and 110 inc in Gen Ed Econ 100 or 231 inc in Gen Ed Soc 100 or Anth 110 3 s h EIS 201 301 302 303 304 401 13 s h SSEd 439 3 s h C I 403 4 s h SpEd 390 and either SpEd 310 or Psy 425 4 s h STch 480 12 s h For further information about majoring in History Teacher Certification at Western Illinois University please contact the Department of History at 309 298 1053 or contact the Department Chair Dr Ginny Boynton or the Undergraduate Advisor Ralph Heissinger Resources for Teaching History in the Secondary Schools The following books are available in the Undergraduate History Advisor s office Ralph Heissinger 436 Morgan Stan Cody s Teaching Out of the Box A Teacher s Guide to Making History Fun and More Frederick Drake and Lynn Nelson s Engagement in Teaching History Theory and Practices for Middle and Secondary Teachers James W Loewen s Teaching What Really Happened How to Avoid the Tyranny of Textbooks and Get Students Excited About Doing History David Kobrin s Beyond the Textbook Teaching History Using Documents and Primary Sources James Percoco s A Passion for the Past Creative Teaching of U S History Joan Brodsky Schur s Eyewitness to the Past Strategies for Teaching American History in Grades 5 12 Stephen J Thornton s Teaching Social Studies That Matters Curriculum for Active Learning Yohuru Rahsied Williams s Teaching U S History Beyond the Textbook Six Investigative Strategies Grades 5 12 See also the History Links for K 12 Educators section of the Historical Links web page on our web site History Teacher Education in the News History Teacher Ed Major Wins 2011 Nollen Scholarship from Phi Kappa Phi History Teacher Ed Majors Adam Bednar Carl Spath Amy Kallenbach Graduate with Distinction in Fall 2009 History Teacher Ed Major Adam Bednar Named Fall 2009 College Scholar by Honors College History Teacher Ed Major Cody Boland Elected President of CAS Student Council New Global Encounters World History Course for Spring 2010 History Teacher Ed

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/cas/history/TeacherEd.php (2015-11-10)
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  • University Union Hotel - University Union - Western Illinois University
    Union Hotel Regular Room Trustee s Suite Presidential Suite Presidential Suite University Union Hotel Within the University Union are 27 guest rooms and two suites comparable to the finest accommodations in Macomb All rooms have free wireless internet Reservation Information For reservations call the University Union Service Center at 309 298 1941 The Union Hotel accepts Visa Mastercard Discover Personal Checks and Cash Regular Room Rate per night 65 00 tax Trustee s Suite Rate per night 100 00 tax Presidential Suite Rate per night 125 00 tax Back to Top Union Service Center Union Hotel Scheduling Event Services Student Organization Center Food Court Bookstore Utech Computer Store Email Stations Union Staff University Union Advisory Board Union Policy Manual News Events News Releases Academic Calendar Events Calendar Libraries Ask a Librarian Get Help Branches Units Catalog Databases Services Campus Safety Office of Public Safety Emergency Alert System Timely Warnings Campus Crime Stats Risk Management Emergency Preparedness Technology Resources Computer Labs Electronic Classrooms Computer Store Password Assistance Technology Support Center University Technology University Relations Publications University Photography University Television Higher Education Act Policies Procedures University Policies Board of Trustees Regulations Faculty Policy Manual Administrative Procedures Handbook Civil Service Handbook Student Rights

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/student_services/university_union/hotel/ (2015-11-10)
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  • Western Illinois University s Expanding Cultural Diversity Project and was founded in 1991 to Further awareness and understanding of the value of cultural diversity particularly among educators and students through Networking and professional development opportunities Research and scholarship in cultural diversity Curriculum and instructional development Leadership in cultural diversity social justice and equity initiatives Help students educators and community members acquire the consciousness and competencies they need to communicate and

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/ISCDA/ (2015-11-10)
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    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/MediaCenter/ (2015-11-10)
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  • Information Systems Degree - School of Computer Sciences - Western Illinois University
    knowledge Requirements In addition to WIU s general education requirements Information Systems students take 77 hours of information systems curriculum which includes major requirements minor requirements electives etc All information systems majors take courses in business IT infrastructure global social networks JAVA programming business systems analysis enterprise database management web IT systems and project management and development Information Systems majors may also take advanced courses in business communication global social networks strategic systems business intelligence enterprise architecture and web technologies management Students majoring in Information Systems must also minor in a business area GradTrac is available to Information Systems majors More information Undergraduate catalog For additional information contact the Computer Science Undergraduate Advisor Back to Top Contact Programs Computer Science Information Systems Network Technologies 5 year Integrated Graduate Minors Careers Computer Science Careers Information Systems Careers Network Technologies Careers Degree Plans Computer Science Business Computer Science Traditional Information Systems Network Technologies Advising Scholarships Freshman Transfer Scholarships International Graduate Scholarship International Student Scholarships College Scholarships International Graduate Students Student Resources Alumni Department Resources Computer Science Home CBT Home News Events News Releases Academic Calendar Events Calendar Libraries Ask a Librarian Get Help Branches Units Catalog Databases Services Campus Safety Office of

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/cbt/computer_science/is_degree.php (2015-11-10)
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  • IDT Undergraduate Degree Options - Instructional Games and Simulations Degree - IDT - Western Illinois University
    developers of computer based games and simulations used for instruction and training More Information Careers in this include option Instructional Simulation Developer Game Tester Instructional Game Developer Bachelor Degree Course Requirements Core Course 22 s h IDT 200 205 221 310 345 390 496 Instructional Simulation and Games Courses IDT 230 355 433 460 12 s h Directed Electives Select 12 s h from IDT 235 240 250 340 351 360 406 408 440 445 451 480 489 Minor 16 24 s h Open Electives 7 15 s h Courses IDT 200 Introduction to Instructional Technology Required Core Course IDT 205 Computing for Instructional Trainers Required Core Course IDT 221 Introduction to Authoring Instructional Materials Required Core Course IDT 230 Introduction to Interactive Applications IDT 235 Instructional Materials Development IDT 240 Photography I IDT 250 Introduction to Web Based Instruction IDT 310 Principles of Instructional Design Required Core Course IDT 330 Instructional Project Management IDT 340 Advanced Photography IDT 345 Electronic Imagery Required Core Course IDT 355 Instructional Simulation and Gaming IDT 351 Intermediate Web Based Instruction IDT 360 Instructional Video IDT 390 Telecommunications and Interactive Distance Learning Required Core Course IDT 406 Advanced Topics in Photography IDT 408 Large Format Photography IDT 433 Instructional Three Dimensional Modeling and Animation IDT 440 Developing Computer Based Instruction IDT 445 Advanced Interactive Multimedia IDT 451 Implementing and Facilitating Instruction IDT 455 Instructional Simulation and Gaming IDT 460 Instructional Virtual Reality Design IDT 480 Design of Web Based Instruction IDT 489 Independent Study IDT 496 Senior Portfolio and Resume Preparation Required Core Course Back to Top About Us Mission Vision Department Chair Message Faculty Staff Facilities Program Overview Annual Report Prospective Students Undergraduate Graduate Apply Now Current Students Undergraduate Graduate Student Portal Advising Graduate Advising Undergraduate Advising Scholarships and Financial Aid Student Organization

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/coehs/idt/undergraduate_program/idt_BS_degree_option_2.php (2015-11-10)
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  • IDT Undergraduate Degree Options - Instructional Methods and Training Degree - IDT - Western Illinois University
    transcripts By so doing it will increase their ability to find employment as designers and developers of multimedia and web based instruction as well as provide a sharper focus for their professional career goals Careers in this option Training Project Coordinator Learning and Development Specialist Training Specialist Project Manager Bachelor Degree Course Requirements Core Course 22 s h IDT 200 205 221 310 345 390 496 Instructional Methods and Training Courses IDT 235 360 445 451 12 s h Directed Electives select 12 s h from IDT 230 240 250 340 351 355 406 408 433 440 460 480 489 Minor 16 24 s h Open Electives 7 15 s h Courses IDT 200 Introduction to Instructional Technology Required Core Course IDT 205 Computing for Instructional Trainers Required Core Course IDT 221 Introduction to Authoring Instructional Materials Required Core Course IDT 230 Introduction to Interactive Applications IDT 235 Instructional Materials Development IDT 240 Photography I IDT 250 Introduction to Web Based Instruction IDT 310 Principles of Instructional Design Required Core Course IDT 330 Instructional Project Management IDT 340 Advanced Photography IDT 345 Electronic Imagery Required Core Course IDT 355 Instructional Simulation and Gaming IDT 351 Intermediate Web Based Instruction IDT 360 Instructional Video DT 390 Telecommunications and Interactive Distance Learning Required Core Course IDT 406 Advanced Topics in Photography IDT 408 Large Format Photography IDT 433 Instructional Three Dimensional Modeling and Animation IDT 440 Developing Computer Based Instruction IDT 445 Advanced Interactive Multimedia IDT 451 Implementing and Facilitating Instruction IDT 455 Instructional Simulation and Gaming IDT 460 Instructional Virtual Reality Design IDT 480 Design of Web Based Instruction IDT 489 Independent Study IDT 496 Senior Portfolio and Resume Preparation Required Core Course I Back to Top About Us Mission Vision Department Chair Message Faculty Staff Facilities Program Overview Annual Report

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/coehs/idt/undergraduate_program/idt_BS_degree_option_3.php (2015-11-10)
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  • Management and Marketing - Management and Marketing - Western Illinois University
    are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business AACSB AACSB Accreditation is known worldwide as the longest standing most recognized form of specialized professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn Chair s Message Business as we know it has changed Ever changing regulatory environments the impact of globalization and dynamic technological innovations require that we move faster and with greater efficiency in the allocation of scarce human and capital resources The Department of Management and Marketing at Western Illinois University fully understands the dynamic environment in which today s businesses must operate In fact we have embraced the change in paradigms that allow business to thrive Experience driven education through industry partnerships have allowed our students to learn by doing and ultimately secure employment with some of the world s best companies The application of technology within our learning environment has created opportunities for our faculty to explore unique learning methodologies and course delivery methods Finally our curriculum reflects a diverse knowledge base driven by our four core degree granting disciplines Management Marketing Human Resource Management and Supply Chain Management Dr Craig Conrad Chair College Events Nov 11 2015 CFFA Pancake Breakfast Nov 11 2015 Alpha Zeta Jeopardy Night Dec 2 2015 Society for Human Resource Management Dec 10 2015 Cattle Artificial Insemination Clinic Dec 11 2015 Cattle Artificial Insemination Clinic Mar 4 2016 Explore Engineering Mar 11 2016 44th Annual Bull Test Sale Apr 8 2016 Explore Engineering View All WIU events College News Sigma Iota Epsilon Fall 2015 Inductees WIU Club Collecting Toys for Project WIU Budget Director Matt Bierman Alum to Run in Boston Marathon for CFFA Pancake Breakfast Nov 11 BAP Angel Tree Program 2015 WIU Students Voted Sanders President Clayton Named November Employee of College News Archives View All

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/cbt/management_and_marketing/ (2015-11-10)
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