Academic Catalog 2006-2008 by Defiance College

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2007-2008 academic calendar fall semester 2007 new faculty orientation tuesday august 21 faculty workshop wednesday – friday august 22-24 adult new student orientation saturday august 25 registration and evening classes begin undergraduate graduate monday august 27 day classes and labs begin undergraduate graduate tuesday august 28 late registration ends at 6:30 p.m thursday august 30 last day to drop/add courses thursday august 30 labor day holiday no classes monday september 3 weekend college courses begin friday september 7 midterm thursday october 18 midterm break no classes thursday night classes meet friday october 19 midterm grades due by 12 noon monday october 22 last day to withdraw with an automatic “w” monday october 29 faculty development day no classes tuesday night classes meet wednesday november 21 thanksgiving vacation thursday friday november 22 23 classes resume at 8:00 a.m monday november 26 last day of classes undergraduate graduate friday

financial aid financial aid financial assistance awarded by defiance college consists of any one or a combination of three types scholarships and grants loans and/or work study a complete list of these appears in the following section scholarships and grants may be from federal state or college sources and do not require repayment loans are available from several programs and require repayment workstudy requires that you obtain a campus job fully 90 of full-time defiance college students receive some form of financial aid financial aid is given to students who demonstrate financial need or who have earned a scholarship through their academic or performance achievements demonstrated need for a given school year is based on the family’s income and net assets for the previous year as reported on the fafsa free application for federal student aid college financial aid is available through scholarships and grants provided by contributions from individuals corporations churches

academic life plagiarism plagiarism occurs whenever someone else’s work is submitted or presented for a grade as if it were one’s own this occurs most often when original sources are not acknowledged or cited according to the style format appropriate to the discipline or designated by the instructor plagiarism undermines the essential trust between students and instructors deprives the student of a sense of intellectual ownership and undermines the basic learning process another person’s work can take many forms including papers essays and articles book chapters statistical data oral or multimedia presentations musical compositions drawings and artwork and computer programs in either electronic or printed form whenever such material that was originally created by another is presented or submitted by a dc student that original source must be acknowledged using the appropriate citation style examples of plagiarism a non-exclusive list ‹ using the exact words

academic life an “i” grade is given only when circumstances beyond the student’s control prevent completion of a course by the end of the regular semester or term pass-fail option after declaring a major students may register for a total of 12 credits or four courses in which they choose to be graded “p” or “f.” one such course may be elected per term and the course must be outside the major field and numbered above 119 a course in which the entire class is graded p/f is not included in the four-course allotment students must request the p/f option before the end of the second week of classes by filing a request with the registration center instructors are not told which students have chosen p/f grading grade reports any currently enrolled defiance college student may view his her midterm and final grades schedule transcript and current billing statement by accessing https onestop the web interface may be accessed from any

major requirements so 120 ge 232 ec 205 ed 344 life in society 3 world geography 3 macroeconomics 3 teaching social studies in middle school 3 adolescent to young adult licensure grades 7-12 students seeking licensure for teaching in ohio’s secondary schools must complete the appropriate content area major integrated language arts integrated mathematics integrated social studies life science or life science with chemistry integrated language arts this major leads to a licensure to teach language arts in grades 7-12 holders of the adolescent and young adult teaching license in integrated language arts grades 7 to 12 are given preparation to teach world literature american literature english speech communication and reading admission to the teacher education program and other requirements are discussed in the education section of the catalog the integrated language arts major includes the following core content courses 48 hours ca 130 introduction to film 3 ca 311 critical

major requirements dl 353 leadership and group work theory 3 age level studies 6 hours dl 226 child development and nurture 3 dl 227 adolescent development and environment 3 dl 228 adult understanding education action 3 administrative coordination 3-6 hours dl 175 beyond volunteerism 3 dl 475 administrative policies and practice 3 dl 477 educational planning and design 2 general electives 3-6 hours dl 337 world religions 3 dl 361 church history 3 dl 395 building effective youth ministry 3 dl 422 models of religious education 2 dl 495 special topics 1-3 a total of 9 hours must be taken in the last two categories denominational certification in religious education certification criteria are established by each denomination for this reason it is important for the student to secure complete information from his/her own denomination regarding the exact requirements of that denomination denominational requirements vary widely and completing this program does not imply that a particular

course descriptions ca 300 public relations 3 the course involves the history of public relations the function of the public relations practitioner the basic skills of the science and the differences between public relations and marketing prerequisite ca 123 offered in alternate years ca 311 critical public address 3 this course concentrates on the rhetoric delivery skills and critical analysis of public speeches students will develop advanced skills in resource use topic selection and development organization and outlining of speeches they will demonstrate knowledge of modes of inquiry reflection and expression as they prepare and deliver speeches students will also practical critical analysis of speeches focusing on a variety of audiences and purposes the course is designed for students interested in communication careers or in careers requiring communication expertise prerequisite ca 111 offered in alternate years ca 321 advanced acting 3 the focus of this course is on

course descriptions ed 432 family and community relationships 2 approaches for educators in collaborating with parents agencies and other professionals in addressing the identified needs of all children students will learn about the procedures used for iep conferences and how to conduct parent conferences students will be expected to conduct at least one parent conference and/or home visit must be taken concurrently with ed 433 and 498 prerequisites ed 202 221 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 237 335 336 338 430 and admission to the teacher education program ed 433 early childhood internship 12 an intensive 15 week full day teaching experience in a pre-k kindergarten or primary classroom must be a different age level than in ed 338 students will work in partnership with a master teacher to practice the art and craft of teaching and develop skills of planning and facilitating learning that are transferable to multiple early childhood contexts students will be assessed using the

course descriptions music mu 131,132,133,138 private applied music 1 private applied music requires the approval of the instructor enrollment for one credit entitles the student to 14 one-half hour lessons on a weekly basis and the student is required to practice five hours per week mu131 organ mu132 piano mu133 voice mu138 guitar mu 134 139 ensembles 1 ensembles are restricted in enrollment and may require an audition with the director mu134 choir mu139 concert band natural science ns 198 seminar 5 a regularly scheduled series of seminars is an integral part of the natural science program the purpose of the seminars is to broaden the student intellectually by exposure to presentations by outside speakers faculty members and students who have had significant field experiences four semesters 2 credit hours of enrollment are required of natural science majors attendance by all natural science majors is greatly encouraged ns 200 earth in the cosmos 4 this class allows for the

course descriptions sw 457 social work practice iii – macro systems generalist practice 3 the course is to provide a generalist perspective to working within the macro context of social work frameworks for planning and implementing change in organizations and communities will be discussed coursework will offer an emphasis on macro-level skills with integration of micro and mezzo practice prerequisite sw 355 and sw 356 admission to social work major sw 476 social welfare and policy development 3 an examination of the programs and policies of the social welfare system in the united states it will explore the historical roots and developments of present-day programs and policy as well as methods and models of policy formation and analysis prerequisites sw 121 235 301 or permission of instructor sw 488 senior seminar 3 senior capstone experience emphasis is given to integration of all previous course content in social work with concurrent field instruction requires regular