2017 - 2018 Undergraduate General Information by Defiance College

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Catalog 2017 - 2018 Undergraduate General Information

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2017-2018 academic calendar fall semester 2017 new faculty orientation tuesday august 15 faculty workshop wednesday august 16 through friday august 18 evening and lab classes begin undergraduate graduate monday august 21 all classes begin tuesday august 22 late registration ends at 4:30 p.m friday august 25 last day to drop/add courses friday august 25 labor day holiday offices closed no classes monday september 4 fall break no classes friday october 13 2nd 8-week classes begin week of october 16 midterm grades due by 12 noon tuesday october 17 1st 8-week class grades due by 12 noon wednesday october 18 last day to withdraw with a w grade ends at 4:30 p.m friday october 27 first year student and returning student fall advising/course adjustment weeks october 30-november 10 2017 thanksgiving break no classes offices closed wednesday november 22 through friday november 24 classes resume monday november 27 last day of classes undergraduate graduate friday

tuition and fees payment of accounts registrations are accepted only for a full semester term or other clearly defined period bills are due and payable in full on or before august 1 for fall december 1 for spring or as published on student billing statements students not completing the registration payment process by the due dates may be assessed late fees grade report card diploma transcripts and other services may be withheld for any unpaid balance financial aid will be applied to student accounts in the following order federal student aid state student aid outside scholarships private loans and direct payments defiance college scholarships and grants deferred payments persons who find it inconvenient to make lump sum payments at the beginning of each semester may make deferred payment arrangements through the dc monthly payment plan dc students may choose to pay their college expenses through four monthly installments per semester there is a $25.00 per semester non-refundable

student life residence life housing location hubbard hall hours m-f 8 am to 4:30 pm phone extension 2563 the office of residence life and its staff coordinate a comprehensive system of services for residential students this includes but is not limited to roommate changes maintenance requests housekeeping requests social programming housing sign-up roommate conflict resolution and creating a community committed to respecting the rights and dignities of all students for more detailed information see the office of residence life section of the student handbook student activities and leadership location hubbard hall hours m-f 8 am to 4:30 pm phone extension 2388 this office is responsible for scheduling positive co-curricular activities for students on and off campus.  the programs enhance the social educational and cultural experiences for students at defiance college.  the office of student activities leadership is responsible for large scale programming such as late nite dc

academic affairs graduates permission must be granted before the student enrolls in a course nontraditional credit a maximum of 30 credits of nontraditional credit may be earned toward graduation through armed forces service or assessment of prior learning including testing and portfolio development nontraditional credit may be counted toward the major only with approval of the appropriate division prior learning is learning that has resulted from work experiences and training since high school this learning may be demonstrated by 1 testing or by 2 portfolio development military training the american council on education ace has worked cooperatively with the department of defense dod and the armed services to establish standards for recognizing learning acquired in military service this learning may be worth college credit the student must submit a military transcript e.g jst or college of the air force dd214 and/or dd295 to the registrar’s office for evaluation the jst

major requirements minor in business requirements 24 hours the business minor is designed to provide relevant courses to students whose majors are in another department such as criminal justice social work communication studies religion sport management etc and who desire to acquire the fundamentals necessary to understand and use business principles in an organization students majoring in one of the business areas are not eligible to earn a minor in business the minor in business requires the following courses acct 221 financial accounting 3 acct 222 managerial accounting 3 acct 382 legal elements of fraud 3 bus 140 foundations of business 3 bus 212 business statistics 3 bus 350 business finance 3 mgt 331 organizational behavior 3 mkt 240 principles of marketing 3 associate of arts degree in business administration 36 hours required courses include the general education requirements and the following courses acct 221 financial accounting 3 acct 222 managerial accounting 3 acct

major requirements pre professional concentration 41 hours ath 200 ortho injury pathology 3 bio 120 principles of biology 4 bio 235 anatomy and physiology i 4 bio 236 anatomy and physiology ii 4 chem 123 general chemistry i 4 chem 124 general chemistry ii 4 mat 106 pre-calculus 4 phys 210 general physics i 4 phys 220 general physics ii 4 psy/swk 230 behavioral stats 3 swk 301 research methods 3 advanced track master of athletic training 33 hours ath 200 ortho injury pathology 3 bio 120 principles of biology 4 bio 235 anatomy and physiology i 4 bio 236 anatomy and physiology ii 4 chem 123 general chemistry i 4 esci 490 fitness and wellness programming 3 psy/swk 230 behavioral stats 3 spmt 320 sociology of sport 3 ath 681 organization and administration for at 3 ath 297 1 and 298 1 field experience i ii ath 590/592/690/692 at practicum will substitute for esci 491 internship to ensure your success in this major the following general education electives are required and/or

course descriptions dfs 205 computer security fundamentals 3 this course will introduce students to a variety of commonly used computer software systems and their respective security concerns specific areas to be studied include wireless technology pdas remote computer access file transfer mechanisms networking tools and various backup devices prerequisites dfs 105 with a grade of “c” or higher dfs 210 operating systems 3 this course provides an overview of operating systems with an emphasis on widely used operating systems and how operating systems manage memory and file allocation prerequisites dfs 105 with a grade of “c” or higher dfs 213 data storage foundations 3 this course addresses the implementation details of computer file system storage topics will include media layout dos/gpt partitioning hpa/dco raid chs/lba mapping file system structures and metadata for commonly found file systems fat family ntfs ext family hfs family file deletion artifacts

course descriptions esci 290 personal training strength and conditioning 3 this course introduces students to fitness and conditioning guidelines for general exercise populations as well as specialized and athletic populations standards and guidelines set by the american college of sports medicine acsm and the national strength and conditioning association nsca are examined discussed and utilized for both individual and group training environments students are also expected to complete a selfrefection process regarding their individual fitness and wellness profile and behaviors esci 330 pharmacology 2 this course will instruct the student in the knowledge of medications used to treat injuries and illness the course will also include the discussion of illicit drugs and how health care professionals can intervene on behalf of those individuals using illicit drugs offered in the spring semester in alternate years esci 340 nutrition 2 this course will instruct the student in the

course descriptions nrs 476 community nursing clinical 3 this course is the clinical component of community health nursing it will include 90 clock hours of clinical within the students’ local health department the student is responsible for arranging this clinical site within their state of nursing practice it will include a formal paper including data from the community’s assessment and a clinical project agreed upon by the agency and the student to serve the needs of an underserved population a formal paper and a presentation are required agency requirements may incur additional fees corequisite is nrs 475 community health nursing nrs 480 nursing leadership and management 3 this course focuses on managerial and leadership principles in the health care setting topics for discussion include strategic planning organizational structure and culture communication conflict resolution budget planning and evaluation human resource issues power and politics and teambuilding

directory caroline leader assistant professor communication studies 2017 – whitman college b.a university of texas at austin m.a terry long assistant professor of business administration 2017 – chancellor university b.s m.b.a walden university d.b.a matthew lundin assistant professor of athletic training director of athletic training education program and chair of natural science applied science and mathematics division 2013 – rocky mountain college b.s california state university m.a nova southeastern university ed.d edwina phillips assistant professor of practice of accounting 2014 – northwest state community college a.a bluffton university b.a m.a marian plant professor of religious and ministry studies and faculty chair 2002 – defiance college b.a the methodist theological school in ohio m.div northern illinois university ed.d timothy e rickabaugh professor of exercise science 1997 – ohio wesleyan university b.a miami