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  • Political Science - International Relations/Comparative Politics - Academics - Western Illinois University
    deal with issues such as human rights or security Specific careers include NGO analyst Foreign service officer Intelligence analyst Think tank analyst Why Choose International Relations Comparative Politics at WIU In an age of globalization the study of international and comparative politics prepares a graduate to understand and to participate effectively in an increasingly independent world At A Glance Degrees Available B A M A Major Yes Minor Yes Graduate Degree Yes Campus Macomb Study Opportunities GradTrac Honors Post Baccalaureate Quick Links Political Science Department Brochure PDF Facebook Undergraduate Catalog Admissions Advising Back to Top Academic Assistance Advising Departmental Advising University Commencement Course Search Registration Distance Learning Outreach First Year Experience Graduate Studies Centennial Honors College Libraries Online Courses Study Abroad Summer Session Degrees Programs Undergraduate Programs Majors Minors Brochures Graduate Programs Pre Professional Prep Signature Programs Teacher Certification Doctorates Academic Units Centennial Honors College Center for Innovation in Teaching and Research Colleges Departments Schools Distance Learning Outreach Graduate Studies Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs International Studies Libraries Registrar Sponsored Projects University Advising Academic Services Vice President for Academic Affairs Calendars Academic Calendar Registrar Calendar Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Catalog University Administration Provost Academic Vice President News Events News Releases

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/academics/majors/arts_and_sciences/international_relations_comparative_politics.php (2015-11-10)
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  • Welcome - Journalism - Western Illinois University
    explain our time and world to each other Journalism helps students learn to gather information and relate material with clarity and brevity across multiple platforms Content is key In the classroom Journalism has a student faculty ratio that encourages close working relationships between teachers and students a computer lab dedicated to Journalism a digital photo lab and electronic classrooms A MAJOR minor Coupled with many other fields political science business graphic arts or health to name a few Journalism adds value to student s talents by strengthening communication skills Louisville Courier Journal graphic Journalism e newsletter Read our blog Find us on Facebook Watch for job openings Back to Top Why consider a journalism career Faculty Students Requirements Resources Hall of Fame Internship Contact Journalism COFAC 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

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/cofac/journalism/ (2015-11-10)
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  • Key/Access Control - Administrative Services - Western Illinois University
    at the time new keys are issued Lost stolen keys must be reported to Public Safety immediately Fees due for lost or missing keys are required to be paid in full before any new or replacement keys will be issued If a university key is recalled and employee has lost or no longer has the key he she will be required to pay for the missing key at that time No fees will be charged for broken or bent key replacement To order keys a request must be submitted by the department head using the Key Request Form requesting the appropriate key s for a person to have access to specific areas The request must be signed by the department head chair and the appropriate building representative for the building the keys are requested for before being sent to the Office of Public Safety The Access Control officer will review the request and obtain the necessary key s When the keys are available the individual that the keys were ordered for will be notified Keys must be picked up and signed for by the individual for whom they were ordered The person who signs for the key s is responsible for their custody at all times Keys may be picked up at Public Safety Mowbray Hall seven days a week 24 hours a day Questions should be directed to Tammy Thomas Office of Public Safety Monday through Friday 8 00 a m 4 30 p m at 309 298 1940 Office of Public Safety Mowbray Hall 1 University Circle Macomb IL 61455 PublicSafety wiu edu EMERGENCIES Dial 911 Phone 309 298 1949 Parking Services 309 298 1921 Access Control 309 298 1940 Fax 309 298 2884 Safety News OPS Recovers Stolen Items Arrests Made OPS Fire Safety Reminders View All

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/vpas/public_safety/keys.php (2015-11-10)
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  • Physical Education - Academics - Western Illinois University
    and Interdisciplinary Studies that is required of all students seeking certification in a teaching field Western Illinois University s Teacher Education Program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education NCATE and the Physical Education program is accredited by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education NASPE Possible Career Paths Athletic training Cardiac rehabilitation Fitness Health club management Sports management Sports information Sports medicine Why Choose Athletic Training at WIU The Department of Kinesiology offers small classes with accessible faculty in Brophy Hall a modern and well maintained facility located on the north edge of the campus Several laboratory facilities provide opportunities for students to apply information presented in class to real world situations The Human Performance Biomechanics Perceptual Motor Pedagogy and Athletic Training Rehabilitation Labs contain state of the art equipment In addition Brophy Hall has four electronic classrooms a general purpose computer lab and wireless Internet access The Department of Kinesiology annually awards 19 scholarships that are named for distinguished former faculty chairpersons associate deans and alumni Personal Training Students from the Practical Experience course KIN 463 are provided with opportunities to train clients on a one on one basis For more information please contact Cathy McMillan at 309 298 1758 CS Mcmillan wiu edu Meet Some of Our Graduates Joe Decker World s Fittest Man At A Glance Degrees Available Bachelor of Science Master of Science Minor Available Yes Graduate Degree Available Yes Campus Macomb Study Opportunities Honors Teacher Certification Graduate Studies Quick Links Kinesiology Department Brochure PDF Undergraduate Catalog Admissions Advising Back to Top Academic Assistance Advising Departmental Advising University Commencement Course Search Registration Distance Learning Outreach First Year Experience Graduate Studies Centennial Honors College Libraries Online Courses Study Abroad Summer Session Degrees Programs Undergraduate Programs Majors Minors Brochures Graduate Programs Pre

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/academics/majors/education_and_human_services/physical_education.php (2015-11-10)
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  • Learning Is Forever - Learning is Forever - Western Illinois University
    Continuing Education in 1995 and is now sponsored by the university s Outreach Programs Office An independently administrated organization it is composed of area residents who develop the courses select the teachers establish the class fees and promote the curriculum For More Information For questions suggestions or program registration please contact Helena Lira LIFE Representative WIU Study Abroad Outreach Phone 309 298 1911 E mail H Lira wiu edu Mission Goals The L I F E organization is dedicated to providing high quality low cost and enjoyable adult education experiences The goals of the Macomb area L I F E program are summed up by its motto Promoting Self growth Building Community Our Instructors Share a Love of Lifelong Learning The teachers and activity leaders are not paid They are highly competent engaging members of the community who are committed to sharing the joy of lifelong learning Announcements The course Eight New Dramatic Chapters in our History has changed the time to 4 00 p m Please make note of this Future brochures will be sent online to LIFE e mail addresses Full Courses Armchair Traveler The Book Class Eight New Dramatic Chapters in Our History Estate Planning Essentials Making the Most of Your Knees Tour of Pella Almost Full Open Seat No Canasta Anyone 3 Europe in the 1930s 4 Fires of Faith 5 The Happiest People on the Planet 2 Wittgenstein on Religion 4 Updated 8 25 15 Back to Top L I F E Home Events Committees Partnerships Fall Brochure 2015 Contact Us Cultural Events University Events Calendar Directories 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

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/life/ (2015-11-10)
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  • Liberal Arts & Sciences - Academics - Western Illinois University
    academic needs and interests The Bachelor of LAS equips students with the transferable skills most valued by employers it is also excellent preparation for graduate education The degree is especially attractive to transfer students in most cases students entering the LAS program with an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science degree should be able to complete the program within four semesters Possible Career Paths Typical careers for successful graduates include positions in Industry Local State and Federal Government Teaching Computers Data Analysis Business and Finance Why Choose Arts and Sciences at WIU Through participation in the Liberal Arts Sciences program students will have the opportunity to study with a highly qualified and diverse faculty who hold advanced degrees from prestigious institutions from throughout the United States and from around the world Some Recent Graduates Renee Simpson MLAS Graduate 2011 Elizabeth Humes MLAS Graduate 2011 I decided to switch to the LAS master s program after finding it in the course catalog I really liked that it was a flexible program and that I could take more classes that I was interested in The most rewarding part of the program for me was being able to pick my exit option My internship with the McDonough County United Way allowed me to gain hands on experience while earning credit for my master s degree At A Glance Degrees Available Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Sciences Masters of Liberal Arts and Sciences Major Yes Minor No Graduate Degree Yes Campus Macomb and Quad Cities Quick Links Liberal Arts Sciences website Brochure PDF Undergraduate Catalog Admissions Advising Back to Top Academic Assistance Advising Departmental Advising University Commencement Course Search Registration Distance Learning Outreach First Year Experience Graduate Studies Centennial Honors College Libraries Online Courses Study Abroad Summer Session Degrees Programs Undergraduate Programs

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/academics/majors/arts_and_sciences/liberal_arts_and_sciences.php (2015-11-10)
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  • Engineering Technology - Academics - Western Illinois University
    position with a manufacturing industry Drafting Design CNC machining CAD CAM Electronics Fluid Power CIM and Robotics are all part of this program Why Choose Engineering Technology at WIU A vast majority of our graduates from the Manufacturing Engineering Technology degree program reported that they had secured employment in the business and industry sector within a year of their graduation date Instruction utilizes a balance of lectures and laboratory experiences All laboratories have industrial sized modern equipment Advanced computer laboratories are provided and all labs are open only to students in engineering technology classes Required internships provide course credit for actual work experience Classes are small usually no larger than 24 students Faculty members are accessible and focus on teaching All courses are taught by faculty most of whom are tenure track graduate students do not teach classes in the department At A Glance Degrees Available Bachelor of Science Minor Yes Graduate Degree Yes Campus Macomb Quad Cities Study Opportunities Gradtrac Honors Contact Engineering Technology Knoblauch Hall 135 1 University Drive Macomb IL 61455 1390 Phone 309 298 1091 Fax 309 298 1061 Quick Links Brochure PDF CBT Program Advisors Undergraduate Catalog Admissions Back to Top Academic Assistance Advising Departmental Advising University Commencement Course Search Registration Distance Learning Outreach First Year Experience Graduate Studies Centennial Honors College Libraries Online Courses Study Abroad Summer Session Degrees Programs Undergraduate Programs Majors Minors Brochures Graduate Programs Pre Professional Prep Signature Programs Teacher Certification Doctorates Academic Units Centennial Honors College Center for Innovation in Teaching and Research Colleges Departments Schools Distance Learning Outreach Graduate Studies Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs International Studies Libraries Registrar Sponsored Projects University Advising Academic Services Vice President for Academic Affairs Calendars Academic Calendar Registrar Calendar Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Catalog University Administration Provost Academic Vice President News Events News

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/academics/majors/business_and_technology/manufacturing-engineering-technology.php (2015-11-10)
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  • Management - Academics - Western Illinois University
    care administration Hotel motel management Government services Administration of non profit organizations Operations management positions in manufacturing and service organizations Why Choose Management at WIU Management is a diverse and applied field of study Our program has an excellent history in the preparation of excellent generalists who integrate and coordinate organizational activities of marketing finance accounting operations and human resources in order to meet organizational goals the preparation of highly sought after specialists who focus on such activities as management analysis information systems policy and strategic analysis and single operation management At A Glance Degrees Available Bachelor of Business Integrated Master of Business Administration Minor Available Yes Graduate Degree Available No Campus Macomb Quad Cities Study Opportunities GradTrac Honors Contact Management Marketing Stipes Hall 414 1 University Drive Macomb IL 61455 1390 Phone 309 298 1535 Fax 309 298 1019 Quick Links Brochure PDF CBT Program Advisors Undergraduate Catalog Admissions Back to Top Academic Assistance Advising Departmental Advising University Commencement Course Search Registration Distance Learning Outreach First Year Experience Graduate Studies Centennial Honors College Libraries Online Courses Study Abroad Summer Session Degrees Programs Undergraduate Programs Majors Minors Brochures Graduate Programs Pre Professional Prep Signature Programs Teacher Certification Doctorates Academic Units Centennial Honors College Center for Innovation in Teaching and Research Colleges Departments Schools Distance Learning Outreach Graduate Studies Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs International Studies Libraries Registrar Sponsored Projects University Advising Academic Services Vice President for Academic Affairs Calendars Academic Calendar Registrar Calendar Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Catalog University Administration Provost Academic Vice President 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

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/academics/majors/business_and_technology/management.php (2015-11-10)
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