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  • Minors at WIU-Quad Cities - Quad Cities Campus - Western Illinois University
    Accountancy African American Studies Business new Fall 2015 Communication Computer Mediated Communication Minor new Fall 2015 Criminalistics new Fall 2015 English Environmental Studies Event Planning Management new Fall 2015 Finance Fire Administration History Human Resource Management Information Systems International Business Law Enforcement Justice Administration Legal Studies Management Manufacturing Technology Marketing Pre MBA Non Profit Administration Operations Management Professional Writing Psychology Recreation Park Tourism Administration Religious Studies Security Administration Sociology Spanish Supply Chain Management Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages TESOL Women s Studies Back to Top Degrees and Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Post Baccalaureate Certificate Programs QC Honors Program Minors College Level Examination Program CLEP Calendars Academic Calendar Registrar Calendar Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Catalog Course Search Featured Courses Information for Faculty and Staff 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/qc/academics/minors/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Featured Courses Spring 2016 - Quad Cities Campus - Western Illinois University
    Tim Roberts is an expert in Civil War history publishing books and articles on topics from the Civil War in global context to comparisons of Presidents Lincoln and Obama Among other interests he has been awarded two National Endowment for the Humanities grants on studying and teaching the Civil War and has developed a walking tour Macomb during the Civil War a community in conflict In 2013 4 he was a Fulbright lecturer in China where he taught the Civil War and other topics in American history and law Description An intermediate survey of the political social economic military and diplomatic history of the period 1824 to 1877 with focus on the causes course and consequences of the American Civil War Directed Elective Area I Pre Requisite HIST 105 or consent of instructor Registration Information Course Search STARS Academic Advising Back to Top Degrees and Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Post Baccalaureate Certificate Programs Honors Program College Level Examination Program CLEP Calendars Academic Calendar Registrar Calendar Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Graduate Catalog Course Search Featured Courses Information for Faculty and Staff News Events News Releases Academic Calendar Events Calendar Libraries Ask a Librarian Get Help Branches Units Catalog Databases Services Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/qc/academics/featured_courses/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Student Affairs, Technology, and Instructional Services - Quad Cities Campus - Western Illinois University
    QC Scheduling QC Technology WIU QC Research Scholarship Symposium QCRSS The aim of this network is to help faculty at the Western Illinois University Quad Cities campus connect with colleagues to develop research partnerships to gain support and to share research expertise and accomplishments Join the QCRSS community it s free QCRSS sponsors a symposium each fall and spring where individuals can share their recent work with a wide range of WIU and Quad Cities faculty and students Quad Cities Professional Development Network QCPDN The mission of the Quad Cities Professional Development Network is to share resources and to create professional development opportunities for faculty and staff that meet the common needs of member institutions The Network embraces innovation life long learning collaboration and cost effectiveness as guiding principles Member Institutions Augustana College Black Hawk College East Iowa Community College Palmer College of Chiropractic St Ambrose University Trinity College of Nursing and Health Sciences Western Illinois University Quad Cities Additional Information Back to Top Faculty and Staff Support Academic Student Affairs QC Operations Maintenance QC Scheduling QC Technology Building Hours News Events News Releases Academic Calendar Events Calendar Libraries Ask a Librarian Get Help Branches Units Catalog Databases Services Campus

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  • Biology - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
    Biology is one of the most basic fields of science with direct application to humans Our continued existence on the planet Earth will depend on how we resolve biological problems Biology ranges in scale from biochemical processes inside individual cells to complex multicellular organisms to populations of organisms to ecosystems to the entire planet A Master of Science in Biology allows our graduates to pursue careers in health care biotechnology conservation government agencies education and a wide range of other fields Courses are offered in Macomb the Quad Cities and the Alice L Kibbe Research Station Why Choose Biology at WIU Small classes high teacher student ratio lots of hands on learning laboratories etc wide range of subjects botany microbiology zoology excellent research opportunities Our Faculty 24 faculty members specialties in botany microbiology and zoology www wiu edu biology faculty Quick Links Biology Department Graduate Catalog Brochure Biology GIS Analysis Zoo and Aquarium Studies Quick View Degrees Available M S Locations Other Quad Cities Macomb Required GPA Cumulative 3 00 or Last 2 years 3 00 Admission Requirements Goals Statement Transcripts Three Letters of Recommendation Interesting Facts Fall 2015 Currently enrolled 80 International 25 Minority 5 Male 24 Female 56 Students with Assistantships 38 Currently enrolled in the certificate programs 17 Department Contact Information Waggoner Hall 372 309 298 1546 biology wiu edu Back to Top Apply Now Request Information Prospective Students Welcome Graduate Programs Certificates 2nd Bachelors Non Degree Students Admissions Process Assistantships Funding Sources Graduate Viewbook Catalog Faculty Highlights FAQs Register to attend an Open House Schedule a Visit Current Students Assistantships Commencement Forms FAQs Grad Programs and Certificates Graduate Catalog Guidelines Research papers Guidelines Thesis Dissertation New Graduate Students Research Development Fund International Students Faculty Staff Resources Forms Faculty Staff Forms Student Graduate Assistantships Graduate Council Operating

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  • Business Administration - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
    Choose Business Administration at WIU Students in the MBA program experience many key benefits Course content that prepares MBA students for careers around the world Daytime and evening course schedules that fit into busy lifestyles Affordable tuition rates that can put an MBA degree within reach Internship and assistantship opportunities allow students to combine work and education Small classes less than 25 students per class taught by full time faculty provide opportunities for building personal relationships with professors and mentors for assistance and professional development Our Faculty The College of Business and Technology s faculty is student oriented and believes the most important learning comes from close interaction and exchange of ideas between student and professor Classroom lectures are supplemented with a wide variety of activities focusing on current issues MBA students gain an understanding of the social responsibility of business and develop skills in using quantitative technical and theoretical approaches to business problem solving Many of Western s business faculty members have practical experience and advise business and government agencies Professors hold doctoral or law degrees from more than 40 internationally recognized universities Their academic professional practical and research backgrounds as well as their continuing involvement in business and community problem solving enhance the classroom experience Quick Links College of Business and Technology Brochure Master s Macomb Quad Cities Integrated Bachelor s Master s Accountancy Business Administration Computer Science Business Administration Economics Business Administration Finance Business Administration Human Resource Mgt Business Administration LEJA Business Administration Management Business Administration Marketing Business Administration Supply Chain Mgt Business Administration Post Baccalaureate Certificates Business Administration Supply Chain Management Peace Corps Fellows Program Graduate Catalog Quick View Degrees Available M B A Integrated Bachelor s Master s Locations Quad Cities Macomb Required GPA Cumulative 2 75 or Last 2 years 3 0 Admission Requirements

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  • College Student Personnel - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
    January 15th College Student Personnel Higher Education Leadership The College Student Personnel Higher Education Leadership track serves the educational and career needs of professionals like you who are currently engaged in student affairs or closely related work in a professional capacity CSP Higher Education Leadership is a 42 credit low residency part time option based on WIU Quad Cities campus Courses in this track are offered in hybrid model that blends in person 25 and on line 75 learning environments The in person class meetings take place on the weekend 3 4 times per session A theory to practice model means that the application of classroom concepts to real world student affairs work is a critical part of your classroom discussions and course assignments In a small cohort of professionals you and your colleagues will learn and support each other as students and student affair professionals For CSP Higher Education Leadership program the culminating experience is either a portfolio of your work or a thesis you write that is representative of your knowledge growth and professional development throughout your graduate school experience The Higher Education Leadership track began its inaugural year in Fall 2015 and enrolls new students bi annually Fall 2015 Fall 2017 Fall 2019 and so on The Learning Environment The CSP program is grounded in our belief that people and organizations grow through an experiential process that is mutually shaped socially constructed and historically situated In small cohort based classes you will discuss question experiment research wrestle with and debate the issues and the roots of those issues that face student affairs professionals Faculty and student affairs professionals across campus partner with you in this process In addition your cohort members represent a wide range of student affairs experiences locations and backgrounds to add another layer of learning and growing during your time in the program The CSP program emphasizes the ACPA NASPA Professional Competencies in the classroom and practical experiences and meets the standards established by the Council for the Advancement of Standards CAS for student affairs programs Learning is combined with frequent feedback from current students professionals in the field and an alumni advisory group to focus your education and experiences on the tools needed to be effective student affairs leaders and practitioners Providing quality education in student affairs as well as a sound background for individuals interested in pursuing future doctoral degrees in higher education is at the forefront of our mind Our Faculty Matt Bierman Director of University Budget Adjunct Professor College Student Personnel Program Department of Educational Studies M B A Western Illinois University D Chase Catalano Assistant Professor College Student Personnel Program Department of Educational Studies Ed D University of Massachusetts Tom Cody Professor Department of Educational Studies Ph D Southern Illinois University Carbondale Tracy Davis Program Coordinator Professor College Student Personnel Program Department of Educational Studies Ph D University of Iowa Andrea Hyde Associate Professor Department of Educational Studies Ph D University of Pittsburgh Kristi Mindrup Assistant Vice President for

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  • Counseling - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
    provide the skills and knowledge necessary to become a competent counseling professional Emphasis is on solid academic performance and experiential mastery The Counseling Programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs CACREP The School Counseling option is also accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education Extracurricular Activities Chi Sigma Iota CSI is the International Honor Society for counseling students counselor educators and professional counselors Its mission is to promote scholarship research professionalism leadership and excellence in counseling and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the field of counseling Western Illinois University houses the Xi Chapter of CSI The WIU QC Counseling Association promotes counselor development through education and community involvement Our students have exciting opportunities to participate in several university community partnerships as well as state regional and national conferences Faculty Information The Department of Counselor Education CNED is a group of diverse award winning and nationally recognized faculty CNED faculty participate in local state regional national and international professional arenas They are licensed and certified in counseling and hold advanced degrees from well regarded programs CNED faculty are recognized for excellence in teaching and service to the profession and have been awarded honors for their scholarly publications Several faculty have been awarded delivery based grants that provide service to disenfranchised populations Additionally faculty sit on several review panels for national peer reviewed publication outlets CNED faculty offer students quality integrity and a nationally accredited program of study Quick Links Counselor Education Department Brochure Facebook Graduate Catalog Quick View Degrees Available M S Ed Locations Quad Cities Required GPA Cumulative 3 0 or Last 2 years 3 25 Admission Requirements Complete Application Checklist found at the bottom of Counselor Ed s admission page Contact Counselor Education

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  • Educational and Interdisciplinary Studies - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
    skill as an integral part of our core graduate program across all three of our EIS graduate tracks Of course this is not the sole focus of our program We also offer a focus on Bilingual Bicultural ESL education and Adult Community education As evident from our mission statement our program is interdisciplinary in orientation allowing the degree candidate to develop a rich grasp of central issues and problems in education from the perspective of several key disciplines including psychology philosophy and anthropology sociology Whichever track you pursue we think you will find the experience exhilarating and inspiring and welcome and look forward to your participation should you choose to join us Our Faculty The faculty members of the EIS department are active scholars and practitioners deeply invested in education as a professional field One measure of this investment is the scholarly output in terms of presentations and publications of our faculty This past year for example our faculty members authored 1 book 5 book chapters monograph refereed publications presented 18 conference papers and authored and were funded for 3 grants Another measure of faculty investment is the level of service provided by faculty members throughout the university and the local region EIS faculty members are very active in our college and university governance serving for example on the Faculty Senate and WIU Graduate Council Nationally they are active in professional organizations such as the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education AACTE Midwestern Educational Research Association and the Southern Poverty Law Center More locally several faculty members have been actively engaged in helping to facilitate Anglo American and Hispanic relationships particularly as they pertain to education in both the Beardstown and Quad Cities communities EIS faculty you will find are at once caring and demanding in terms of educational standards in their professional relationships as well as those developed with their students More Extracurricular Activities ABBES A ssociation of B ilingual B icultural E ducation S tudents Other Information Located within the College of Education and Human Services the department of Educational and Interdisciplinary Studies offers graduate degrees in Master of Science in Education Cognition and Instruction Language Culture and Education Social Foundations of Education and College Student Personnel The EIS department is supported by an accomplished and diverse group of faculty whose expertise ranges from educational psychology to philosophy of education from multicultural bilingual studies to college student personnel Faculty members utilize their distinctive disciplinary orientations and accompanying methodologies to collectively address pressing educational intellectual and social concerns Large enough to offer a wide variety of courses and small enough to provide individual attention All graduate courses taught by faculty holding the Ph D Faculty members who are genuinely interested in your intellectual development Advising tailored to your personal needs and educational goals Opportunities for interacting with students from other countries and cultures Opportunities to present your research at department seminars Academic credit for internships and assistance in locating internships Career development and employment information is provided regularly

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/graduate_studies/programs_of_study/eis_profile.php (2015-11-11)
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