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1 Schedule Evening,Weekend, Graduate & Online Classes Mount Pleasant West Burlington Muscatine Online

2 Contents 2 Calendar Information 3 Program Sites 4-6 general information 6-7 mount pleasant 7-8 muscatine 8 west burlington 9-11 online 12 ocicu schedule 13 program highlights 14 special notes 16 Registration Calendar FALL-A August 25 M Fall-A evening/online classes begin (Registration Deadline: Aug. 18) September 1 M Labor Day Break (evening classes) September 27 St Homecoming October 19 Sn Last Day of Fall-A 2014 FALL-B October 20 M Fall-B evening/online classes begin (Registration Deadline: Oct. 13) November 18 T Applications for May 2015 graduates due November 26 W Thanksgiving Break begins (evening classes) December 1 M Evening Classes Resume December 14 Sn Last Day of Fall-B 2015 SPRING-A January 5 M Spring-A OCICU classes begin January 12 M Spring-A evening/online classes begin (Registration Deadline: Jan. 5) February 18 W Applications for August 2015 graduates due March 8 Sn Last Day of Spring-A 2015 SPRING-B March 9 M Spring-B evening/online classes begin (Registration Deadline: March 2) April 3 F Easter Break begins (evening classes) April 6 M Evening Classes Resume April 10 F Applications for December 2015 graduates due April M F Assessment Week April 30 Th Awards Day May 3 Sn Last Day - Spring-B Online classes May 7 Th Last Day of Spring-B May 8 F Rehearsal for Commencement, 3 p.m. May 8 F Reception for ExL Students, following Rehearsal May 8 F Pinning Ceremony - RN-BSN Graduates, 7 p.m. May 9 St Baccalaureate, 10:30 a.m. May 9 St Commencement, 1:30 p.m. SUMMER 2015 May 9 St Summer Session Begins (many classes start later) May 25 M Memorial Day Break (Day/Evening classes) July 4 St Independence Day August 16 Sn Last Day of Summer Session 2

3 Program Access The Office of Extended Learning supports the mission of Iowa Wesleyan College by providing access for adult learners, engaging the College and Community and empowering individuals through learning. We believe that everyone is a learner. We offer service to learners through a welcoming attitude and by showing respect, integrity, sincerity, pride and effective problem-solving in a professional fashion. We provide access to high quality and convenient learning opportunities. Toward this end, we continue to expand access to baccalaureate degree completion programs and courses. Extended Learning Staff David File and Diane Schnicker Currently, students can complete their Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration (Management, General Business, and Accounting concentrations) and in Human Services at our sites in Mt. Pleasant, Muscatine and West Burlington supplemented with a growing number of online courses. Registered Nurses can avail themselves to our Online RNto-BSN Completion Program. In addition, we are introducing a growing number of Graduate-level courses to bolster our anticipated Graduate Certificate in Strategic Leadership and our online undergraduate Certificates in Human Services Studies and General Business Studies. Please review this schedule of classes and explore the programming we have for you and the additional means by which you can complete classes at home and at work. Locations MOUNT PLEASANT - IWC Campus Majors in: Business Administration, Human Services WEST BURLINGTON - SCC Campus Majors in: Business Administration, Human Services MUSCATINE - MCC Campus Majors in: Business Administration, Human Services ONLINE RN-to-BSN Degree Completion Program, General Business Certificate, Human Services Studies Certificate 3

4 General Information Office Hours P.E.O. Administration Building, 601 N. Main, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, a.m. 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Open other times by appointment. Phone: , or or website: Off-Campus Counseling Counseling is available regularly at offcampus sites. To make an appointment, contact the Office of Extended Learning. Registration Registration may be conducted by telephone, mail, fax, , on-line, or in person and should be completed at least 7 days prior to the start of classes. Late registration may be permitted on the first day of class (and may be accepted prior to the second class day subject to the instructor s approval). Preregistered students will be given preference in textbooks for courses. The College reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment. (To register, see page 16.) Enrollment in Spring-B Reciprocal Credit ( Via ) courses and OCICU courses may not be allowed by students expecting to graduate in May Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory Option IWC juniors and seniors are entitled to register for one elective course each session (including Summer Session) on a SATISFACTORY-UNSATISFACTORY grading basis. (This applies only to elective courses which are not required in the major, required as support courses for the major, or core courses.) Application for Admission Students who are not seeking a degree do not need to complete formal procedure for admission to a program. Application for admission is required for all degree candidates. Proper transcript evaluation and documentation can then be initiated to ensure successful completion of degree requirements. Applications and instructions are available from the Office of Extended Learning or you may apply online by accessing the IWC website at exl and clicking on the Online/Evening Application button. Tuition Fees for students classified as Extended Learning are charged per listed credit hour as follows: ExL Credit $420 ExL Audit & age 55 & older, Credit $210 ExL Directed/Independent Study $660 Individuals aged 65+ may enroll in up to two courses per term as an auditor (space available) at no charge. No transcript record will be kept. Online Technology Fee for online courses $25/cr. hr. Student Service Fee for ExL students $20/cr. hr. Payment All ExL students will be billed by the Iowa Wesleyan Business Office and are subject to existing payment policies outlined in the Catalog; charges must be paid on or before the first day of classes unless prior payment arrangements have been made with the Business Office. Class registration will be cancelled if payment, or payment arrangements, have not been made by the first day of class. Auditors are enrolled on a space-available basis, receive no transcript credit, and class participation may be limited by the instructor. Changes of Registration* Add/drops are permitted freely and at no charge during our normal add/drop periods as listed below. There will be no tuition charge for students who drop credit hours and no record of enrollment in a dropped course will appear on the transcript. All classes added or dropped after the term has begun must be properly requested through the Extended Learning Office. Nonattendance of a class does not constitute a drop or withdrawal, and the student becomes liable for full or prorated tuition charges as noted below. Please note that a student who wishes to drop the only course in which they are enrolled during a term, may be considered as withdrawing from the College see Withdrawal from Iowa Wesleyan College below. Deadlines to Add a course Face-to-face course: Prior to the start of the second class meeting IWC Online courses: Noon on the Wednesday following the opening of the class Deadlines to Drop a course Face-to-face courses: Noon of the day following the second class meeting IWC Online courses: Noon on the Friday following the opening of the course Withdrawal from a class (reduction of a portion of a student s course load without a letter grade being posted) may take place prior to completion of 60% of the course length after which a letter-grade for the course will be awarded. Consistent with all students who withdraw from a portion of their credit load, 100 percent tuition will be charged after the normal add/drop period has expired; however those students affected will remain eligible for any financial aid awarded prior to the withdrawal. In such cases, the Registrar, the Financial Aid Office and the Business Office will be notified by the ExL Office upon notification by the student. A W will be recorded on the student s transcript. Complete withdrawal from Iowa Wesleyan College reflects cases in which an ExL student has withdrawn from all credit hours for which they were registered in a given term beyond the add/drop period. In such cases, Federal guidelines stipulate that tuition be refunded according to the formulas published in the current College Catalog. Withdrawal from Iowa Wesleyan College is not permitted within the final seven days of an 8-week term. A change from letter grade to Audit or S/U must be requested prior to the third class meeting of a face-to-face course (or prior to the completion of 25% of the course length in online courses or courses not following a regular term schedule). A change from audit or S/U to a letter grade must be requested prior to the sixth class meeting of a face-to-face course (or prior to completion of 50% of the course length in online courses or courses not following a regular term schedule. *For classes/programs not following the normal 8-week Extended Learning term (e.g. weekend courses, full semester courses, via and OCICU courses, directed studies), deadlines and appropriate charges will be calculated as they correlate to the 8-week time frame, or as determined by a host school in cases where IWC students have enrolled for IWC credit. 4

5 Textbooks Iowa Wesleyan College employs the services of MBS Direct, a major textbook supply and distribution service, to handle textbook acquisition services for ALL COURSES offered through the College. By partnering with this large distributor, we are able to offer faster delivery, competitive prices, and 24-hour customer service, seven days a week. You must have a valid IWC username and password to participate. Online ordering will be handled by going through the IWC web-site just like always (www.iwc.edu/ Bookstore). The MBS Direct network of publishers and wholesalers are able to offer textbooks through a variety of formats suited to your needs: new books, used books, textbook rental, ebooks/erentals and guaranteed buyback at prices offered when you initially purchase. Students may now choose from a broad array of payment options (major credit cards, PayPal or billed to your IWC account) and, books ordered before Noon on day one, should be received at your address in under 24 hours (in Iowa locations) through their direct shipping out-the-door in 24 process. Order books online, by going to The Book Returns policy through MBS will guarantee 100% returns and refunds for two weeks after the class start date or within 21 days of the date shipped, whichever is later. The Bookstore will be closed September 1 for Labor Day. Call the Bookstore for daytime hours as they may vary during the year. Phone: or check the calendar on our website. Online Services/ IWC Account A continuously growing number of administrative and academic services are available to students free of charge through the use of electronic technology. Additionally, much information and correspondence is transacted within the IWC web domain. Access is provided free of charge to Iowa Wesleyan College students and faculty. Simply obtain a username and password to the system by going to the Extended Learning website at Then select Get Username + Password and follow the instructions. There is no charge for this service and your username, password and account are permanently assigned for as long as you are considered a student. Further Help All students are encouraged to fully utilize the services and opportunities available on the Iowa Wesleyan College campus including the Chadwick Library, Bookstore, Career Services Center, Academic Resource Center, Media Center, Financial Aid Office, and a variety of athletic and cultural events. Contacts For billing questions, contact Kristi in Student Accounts: ; For financial aid questions, contact Pam in the Financial Aid Office: ; For transcript copies, contact the Registrar s office: ; For textbook questions, contact Amy in the Bookstore: ; For library/research assistance, contact Paula W. at the Chadwick Library reference desk: ; paula. For tutoring or other academic assistance, contact Arnette at the Academic Resource Center: ; For information concerning athletics, Forum or other cultural events, call Kat at the Office of Student Life: ; Financial Assistance Financial assistance for Extended Learning students may be available through the Financial Aid Office ( ext. 6242), employer tuition reimbursement programs, or the Veteran s Administration ( ). With appropriate financial aid programs, the direct costs to Iowa Wesleyan students are comparable to costs at state schools. Degree-seeking students who are wageearners supporting average-sized families may qualify for grants. Iowa Wesleyan College participates in the federal Pell Grant and Iowa Tuition Grant programs, as well as other grant and loan programs. Depending upon eligibility, some students find that tuition and books can be covered with no out-of-pocket cost. IWC s school code is Student ID Cards and Parking Permits Extended Learning student ID cards and parking permit applications (for Iowa Wesleyan campus only) will be mailed to all students who request them. The ID cards will allow Extended Learning students to checkout materials from Chadwick Library and to attend all Iowa Wesleyan campus activities on the same basis as full-time students. Cancellation of Evening Classes Extended Learning evening classes will be cancelled only due to severe weather and road conditions. Notifications will be made no earlier than 4 p.m., (as soon as the decision has been made by the ExL Office) on the following radio stations: KILJ (105.5 fm) Mt. Pleasant KBUR (1490 am) & KGRS (107.3 fm) Burlington KWPC (860 am) Muscatine KCII (95.3 fm) Washington KBKB (101.7 fm) Ft. Madison KIIK (95.9 fm) & KMCD (1570 am) Fairfield KOKX (95.3 fm) Keokuk Weather-related cancellations will also be posted on the Iowa Wesleyan College website at If in doubt, call our office after 4 p.m. at , or Call after 5 p.m. and there will be a recorded announcement regarding any cancellations. Catalog The official Iowa Wesleyan College Catalog is available free to all students and is especially important for degree candidates. All degreeseeking students should become familiar with its contents, as it is the official guide to degree requirements and institutional policies. College Assessment Reminder Extensive testing and data-gathering operations are conducted as a means of evaluating instructional effectiveness and documenting institutional progress. Extended 5

6 Learning students are required to complete all testing related to the major field exams when participating in relevant courses. This program of testing is crucial to the design and evaluation of the College s emphasis on Life Skills outcomes. Failure to participate in required examinations may jeopardize approval for graduation. All Iowa Wesleyan students are expected to participate, if requested, in additional institutional research/ assessment that has been approved by the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Dean of Extended Learning. A full statement regarding institutional research can be found in the Iowa Wesleyan Catalog. Graduation Requirements Hours and Distribution: 124 hours for graduation, with minimum of 2.0 g.p.a. 33 hours of IWC credit numbered 300 or above 6 hours field experience (or approved substitution) in the major Writing Intensive (WI) courses must be completed with a minimum C grade. One course required for students entering IWC w/88 credit hours completed; two courses w/56 87 credits completed; three courses w/24 55 credits completed; four courses with 23 or fewer credits completed. Service Learning: All Extended Learning students will meet their Service Learning obligation via the course, WS320: Leadership & Service (3), available online. Safety and Survival Requirements: (one of the following): CPR Red Cross first aid College-wide core requirements/ Wesleyan Studies All course requirements for the above must be accounted for through transfer credit, AA/AS articulation, or by taking the equivalent courses through IWC. Mount Pleasant at Iowa Wesleyan College 6-9 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) Schedules are subject to change Fall-A 2014 August 25 October 19, Mount Pleasant COURSE NO. COURSE NAME HRS. INSTRUCTOR DAY LOCATION BIO 241 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 Levine M/W SciH 221 Class meets: 6-9:30 p.m. BIO 260 Ecology and Conservation 4 D.P. Wilson M/W SciH 203 Class meets: 6-9:30 p.m. PSYC 366 Death and Dying 3 Steele Sat. SciH 130 Class meets: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sat., Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27 REL 300 Religion in Western Civilization (WI) 3 Litchfield T/Th SciH 217 SOC 320 Social Organization 3 Staff M/W SciH 217 Fall-B 2014 October 20 - December 14, Mount Pleasant COURSE NO. COURSE NAME HRS. INSTRUCTOR DAY LOCATION CJ 316 Introduction to Corrections 3 Beavers M/W SciH 320 PSYC 372 Positive Psychology 3 Steele Sat. SciH 130 Class meets: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sat.; Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22 Spring-A 2015 January 12 - March 8, Mount Pleasant COURSE NO. COURSE NAME HRS. INSTRUCTOR DAY LOCATION BA 330 Business Law 3 M/W CJ 355 Law Enforcement 3 M/W PSYC 365 Psychology of Addiction 3 St/Sn Class meets: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sat/Sun; dates to be determined 6

7 Spring-B 2015 March 9 - May 7, Mount Pleasant - continued COURSE NO. TITLE HRS. DAY LOCATION BA 333 Psychology of Business and Industry 3 M/W BIO 201 General Botany 4 M/W Class meets: 6-9:30 p.m. BIO 242 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 M/W Class meets: 6-9:30 p.m. PSYC 333 Psychology of Business and Industry 3 M/W PSYC 374 Psychology of Gender 3 Sat./Sun. SciH 130 Class meets: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sat./Sun., Dates TBD Muscatine at Muscatine Community College 6-9 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) Schedules are subject to change Fall-A 2014 August 25 October 19, Muscatine BA 333 Psychology of Business and Industry 3 Clover M/W Loper 203 BA 360 Human Resource Management 3 Wojtecki M/W McAvoy 113 ECN 350 Economics of International Business 3 Dabeet Th Strahan 8 Class meets: 6-10 p.m. PSYC 326 Intro to Counseling 3 Staff T/Th McAvoy 114 PSYC 333 Psychology of Business and Industry 3 Clover M/W Loper 203 Fall-B 2014 October 20 December 14, Muscatine CJ 308 Juvenile Delinquency 3 Staff M/W McAvoy 113 PSYC 209 Social Psychology 3 Staff T/Th McAvoy 114 SOC 209 Social Psychology 3 Staff T/Th McAvoy 114 SOC 308 Juvenile Delinquency 3 Staff M/W McAvoy 113 Spring-A 2015 January 12- March 8, Muscatine BA 312 Analysis of Organizational Behavior 3 M/W SOC 243 Social Problems 3 T/Th SOC 320 Social Organization 3 M/W Spring-B 2015 March 9 May 7, Muscatine CJ 355 Law Enforcement 3 M/W PSYC 240 Theories of Personality 3 M/W REL 300 Religion in Western Civilization 3 T/Th SOC 310 Race & Ethnicity 3 T/Th 7

8 West Burlington at Southeastern Community College 6-9 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) Schedules are subject to change Fall-A 2014 August 25 October 19, West Burlington BA 312 Analysis of Organizational Behavior 3 Borst M/W Room 102 SOC 243 Social Problems 3 Griffin M/W Room 112 Fall-B 2014 October 20 - December 14, West Burlington BA 333 Psychology of Business and Industry 3 Clover M/W Room 102 PSYC 333 Psychology of Business and Industry 3 Clover M/W Room 102 Spring-A 2015 January 12- March 8, West Burlington PSYC 205 The Family 3 T/Th PSYC 382 Biopsychology (WI) 3 T/Th REL 300 Religion in Western Civilization (WI) 3 T/Th SOC 205 The Family 3 T/Th Spring-B 2015 March 9 May 7, West Burlington BA 311 Small Business Management 3 T/Th CJ 260 Criminal Law and Individual Rights 3 T/Th PHIL 215 Ethics: Life and Career (WI) 3 M/W PSYC 326 Introduction to Counseling 3 T/Th 8

9 Online Courses Schedules are subject to change Online courses are limited to 20 students Fall-A 2014 August 25 October 19, 2014 Online ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 Wirt Arr IWC-Online ACTG 320 Intermediate Accounting I 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 321 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 322 Cost Accounting 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 340 Introduction to Federal Tax 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 431 Auditing, Principles and Procedures 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 450 Government & Nonprofit Accounting 3 Staff Arr OCICU ART 203 Art Appreciation 3 Staff Arr OCICU BA 310 Principles of Management 3 Miller Arr IWC-Online BA 311 Small Business Management 3 Schmidt Arr IWC-Online BA 320 Principles of Marketing 3 Bonebrake Arr IWC-Online BA 332 Administrative and Personnel Law 3 Staff Arr OCICU BA 350 Business Information Systems 3 Anderson Arr IWC-Online BA 362 Compensation and Benefits 3 Staff Arr OCICU CJ 355 Law Enforcement 3 Beavers Arr. IWC-Online ECN 101 Principles of Economics - Microecon. 3 Fletcher Arr IWC-Online ENGL 247 Imaginative Writing - Poetry & Prose (WI) 3 Potts Arr IWC-Online ENGL 311 Expository Writing (WI) 3 Lee Arr IWC-Online NUR 405 Nursing Care in the Community 4 Langholdt Arr IWC-Online RN-BSN Students Only Note: This class meets: August 25 - Dec. 14, 2014 PHIL 215 Ethics: Life and Career (WI) 3 Gordon Arr IWC-Online PSYC 240 Theories of Personality 3 Simester Arr IWC-Online PSYC 361 Abnormal Psychology 3 Lestina Arr IWC-Online SSCI 347 Research Methods 3 Roth Arr IWC-Online SSCI 547 Research Methods 3 Roth Arr IWC-Online Open only to Post-Baccalaureate Students WS 300 Global Issues (WI) 3 Gordon Arr IWC-Online WS 320 Leadership and Service 3 Bracht-Wagner Arr IWC-Online Open only to ExL Students 9

10 Fall-B 2014 October 20 - December 14, Online - continued ACTG 211 Managerial Accounting 3 Wirt Arr IWC-Online ACTG 320 Intermediate Accounting I 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 321 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 322 Cost Accounting 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 340 Introduction to Federal Tax 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 431 Auditing, Principles and Procedures 3 Staff Arr OCICU ACTG 450 Government and Nonprofit Accounting 3 Staff Arr OCICU ART 203 Art Appreciation 3 Staff Arr OCICU BA 312 Analysis of Organizational Behavior 3 Wojtecki Arr IWC-Online BA 320 Principles of Marketing 3 Miller Arr IWC-Online BA 330 Business Law 3 Gerling Arr IWC-Online BA 332 Administrative and Personnel Law 3 Staff Arr OCICU BA 340 Corporate Financial Management 3 Schmidt Arr IWC-Online BA 360 Human Resource Management 3 Schmidt Arr IWC-Online BA 560 Human Resource Management 3 Schmidt Arr IWC-Online Open only to Post-Baccalaureate Students BA 362 Compensation & Benefits 3 Staff Arr OCICU CHEM 105 General Chemistry 4 Vallombroso Arr IWC-Online CJ 231 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Shippee Arr IWC-Online ECN 102 Principles of Economics - Macroecon. 3 Fletcher Arr IWC-Online ENGL 201 Writing & Research about Literature (WI) 3 Potts Arr IWC-Online ENGL 341 Masters of World Literature (WI) 3 Lee Arr IWC-Online MATH 171 Elementary Statistics 4 Holliman/McCann Arr IWC-Online PSYC 205 The Family 3 Lestina Arr IWC-Online REL 300 Religion in Western Civilization 3 Gordon Arr IWC-Online SOC 205 The Family 3 Lestina Arr IWC-Online SOC 310 Race & Ethnicity 3 Staff Arr IWC-Online SOC 320 Social Organization 3 Staff Arr IWC-Online WS 300 Global Issues (WI) 3 Gordon Arr IWC-Online WS 320 Leadership and Service 3 Bracht-Wagner Arr IWC-Online Open only to ExL Students Spring-A 2015 January 12- March 8, Online ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 Arr IWC-Online ACTG 320 Intermediate Accounting I 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 321 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 322 Cost Accounting 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 340 Introduction to Federal Tax 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 431 Auditing, Principles and Procedures 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 450 Government and Nonprofit Accounting 3 Arr OCICU BA 100 Introduction to Business 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 310 Principles of Management 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 311 Small Business Management 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 332 Administrative and Personnel Law 3 Arr OCICU BA 340 Corporate Financial Management 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 350 Business Information Systems 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 362 Compensation and Benefits 3 Arr OCICU BA 419 Business Strategy 3 Arr IWC-Online CJ 231 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Arr IWC-Online CJ 260 Criminal Law and Individual Rights 3 Arr IWC-Online CJ 316 Introduction to Corrections 3 Arr IWC-Online 10

11 Spring-A 2015 January 12- March 8, Online - continued ECN 101 Principles of Econ: Microeconomics 3 Arr IWC-Online ECN 350 Economics of International Business 3 Arr IWC-Online ENGL 247 Imaginative Writing - Poetry & Prose (WI) 3 Arr IWC-Online ENGL 311 Expository Writing (WI) 3 Arr IWC-Online NUR 301 Bridge to Professional Nursing (WI) 5 Arr IWC-Online RN-BSN Students Only NUR 423 Advanced Concepts of Pathophysiology 4 Arr IWC-Online RN-BSN Students Only PSYC 326 Introduction to Counseling 3 Arr IWC-Online PSYC 361 Abnormal Psychology 3 Arr IWC-Online SOC 310 Race & Ethnicity 3 Arr IWC-Online WS 300 Global Issues (WI) 3 Arr IWC-Online WS 320 Leadership and Service 3 Arr IWC-Online Open only to ExL Students Spring-B 2015 March 9 May 3, Online ACTG 211 Managerial Accounting 3 Arr IWC-Online ACTG 320 Intermediate Accounting I 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 321 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 322 Cost Accounting 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 340 Introduction to Federal Tax 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 431 Auditing, Principles and Procedures 3 Arr OCICU ACTG 450 Government and Nonprofit Accounting 3 Arr OCICU ART 203 Art Appreciation 3 Arr OCICU BA 312 Analysis of Organizational Behavior 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 512 Analysis of Organizational Behavior 3 Arr IWC-Online Open Only to Post-Baccalaureate Students BA 320 Principles of Marketing 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 330 Business Law 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 332 Administrative and Personnel Law 3 Arr OCICU BA 360 Human Resource Management 3 Arr IWC-Online BA 362 Compensation and Benefits 3 Arr OCICU BA 370 Operations Management 3 Arr IWC-Online CJ 308 Juvenile Delinquency 3 Arr IWC-Online ECN 102 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 Arr IWC-Online ECN 240 Applied Statistics for Business & Econ 3 Arr IWC-Online ECN 321 Economics of Labor Relations 3 Arr IWC-Online ENG 341 Masters of World Literature (WI) 3 Arr IWC-Online MATH 171 Elementary Statistics 3 Arr IWC-Online NUR 406 Nursing Care of Older Adults 3 Arr IWC-Online RN-BSN Students Only PSYC 131 General Psychology 3 Arr IWC-Online PSYC 209 Social Psychology 3 Arr IWC-Online REL 300 Religion in Western Civilization 3 Arr IWC-Online SOC 209 Social Psychology 3 Arr IWC-Online SOC 243 Social Problems 3 Arr IWC-Online SOC 320 Social Organization 3 Arr IWC-Online SSCI 347 Research Methods 3 Arr IWC-Online SSCI 547 Research Methods 3 Arr IWC-Online Open Only to Post-Baccalaureate Students WS 300 Global Issues (WI) 3 Arr IWC-Online WS 320 Leadership & Service 3 Arr IWC-Online Open Only to ExL Students WI - Denotes Writing Intensive Course 11

12 Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities (OCICU) Iowa Wesleyan College is a member of the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities (OCICU). This is an association of independent colleges and universities that assists members to collaborate and share resources which will enable them to offer a rich menu of almost unlimited academic offerings online, in addition to providing an alternative delivery method for classes that are under-enrolled and in danger of being cancelled. These courses are offered on an accelerated eight-week schedule. Class sections are limited to 17 students. To explore a practice course, go to click on Student Course Access in the left column and follow the directions. Remember to select Iowa Wesleyan College as your member institution. Courses offered: ACTG 320: Intermediate Accounting I ACTG 321: Intermediate Accounting II ACTG 322: Cost Accounting ACTG 340: Intro to Federal Tax ACTG 342: Advanced Federal Tax ACTG 450: Government and Nonprofit Accounting ART 203: Art Appreciation BA 330: Business Law BA 332: Administrative and Personnel Law BA/PSYC 333: Psychology of Business & Industry BA 362: Compensation and Benefits ECN 321: Economics of Labor Relations PSYC 251: Developmental Psychology I Fall-A dates for these courses are: Course dates: August 25 October 19, 2014 Registration ends: August 11, 2014 Final date to drop: September 2, 2014 Fall-B dates for these courses are: Course dates: October 20 December 14, 2014 Registration ends: October 6, 2014 Final date to drop: October 27, 2014 Spring-A dates for these courses are: Course dates: January 5 March 1, 2015 Registration ends: December 22, 2014 Final date to drop: January 12, 2015 Spring-B dates for these courses are: Course dates: March 2 April 26, 2015 Registration ends: February 16, 2015 Final date to drop: March 19, 2015 Note: Spring-B OCICU courses may not be taken by students expecting to graduate in May To register for a course, contact the Office of Extended Learning. We will register you. You will then receive a username and password for the specific course(s) in which you register. You will then need to go to the consortium website (www.ocicu.org) to locate course materials and information, order textbooks and receive further instructions about the course(s). These courses join a growing number of Iowa Wesleyan-developed online courses now available. To find out more, please contact Iowa Wesleyan College s Office of Extended Learning at or or 6247 or or 12

13 Program Highlights Human Services Major Combining the assets of Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology and Social Work, this major is an attractive and practical program for many of the helping professions. It prepares adult students for many professional possibilities so that they can respond to changes in the economy, healthcare system and society; and to pursue/enhance a career in areas such as nonprofit, state and federal agencies, alcohol and drug treatment centers, social service agencies and children s/ family services. RN to BSN Degree - Online Quality and convenience mark the characteristics of this degree program. Aimed at the working RN, the entire program curriculum is offered online to students in a one-year sequence which can be entered every 8 weeks. Support courses and courses required for the baccalaureate degree are also offered online. The Iowa Wesleyan RN to BSN degree program is approved by the Iowa Board of Nursing (IBON, Riverpoint Business Park, 400 SW 8th St., Suite B, Des Moines, IA 50309; ) and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Business Administration Major Providing adult students with an essential foundation in business and management/accounting skills for the workplace and/or entry into graduate Business programs, the primary objective of the Business Administration major is to provide a well-rounded, business-oriented program in which learners may achieve and apply the following skills: critical thinking, problem-solving, written and oral communication, and an appreciation of community values. Graduates of this program will be able to effectively fulfill their roles in society as community leaders as well as their position within their organization or business. Concentrations are available in Management, General Business and Accounting. Ask about our New Online Graduate and Undergraduate Certificate Programs (pending approval by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools) Human Services Studies (15 Cr. Hrs.) Consisting of undergraduate college-level learning in Criminal Justice, Psychology and Sociology, this Online Certificate is designed to provide a background knowledge for those who work (or are exploring working) in the helping professions such as drug rehabilitation, law enforcement and corrections, and family services. All courses are fully transferrable to other institutions and can be applied to the Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Human Services. (Pending approval at the time of printing) General Business Studies (12 Cr. Hrs.) Made up of college course work at the undergraduate level, this Online Certificate program offers initial training and/or review in the areas of Business, Management, Economics and Accounting for those interested in preparing for or deepening their interest and knowledge in professional business practice. All courses are fully transferable to other institutions and can be applied to Wesleyan s Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. (Pending approval at the time of printing) Graduate Certificate Programming - Strategic Leadership (15 Cr. Hrs.) This post-baccalaureate Certificate program is intended to offer graduate-level learning for those students pursuing careers in education, healthcare, business and human services. Focusing on the theories and application of strategic leadership and research, students will be able to select distinct concentration areas in Servant Leadership, Organizational Leadership or Healthcare Leadership. Coursework will come from an array of graduate-level courses in Research Methods, Organizational Communication, and management studies from each of the concentration areas. (Program proposed for approval as of the time of this printing) Visit the Extended Learning link at Find the latest information about course offerings, locations, instructors and other announcements. us your questions or concerns or 13

14 Iowa Wesleyan College Student Classifications IWC Students are classified into one of two primary categories: 1) Extended Learning students are those students who are admitted through the Office of Extended Learning and who are pursuing courses and/or degrees available through the evening Extended Learning schedule. Such students will be eligible for any and all Federal/State grants and loans for which they qualify. Enrollment for students classified as Extended Learning will be strictly based on the Extended Learning percredit-hour tuition basis to a maximum of 9 credit hours during a given term* and will be eligible for any or all qualifying financial aid with the exception of Iowa Wesleyan College grants and scholarships. Extended Learning students, who need to enroll in a course offered during the day, must be pre-approved by the Dean of Extended Learning. Adult, evening Teacher Education Program students admitted through the Office of Admissions will follow the same classification status as Extended Learning students, with the exception of the term in which they student teach (in which case, they will be classified and charged as full time Traditional students see #2 below). 2) Traditional students are those students who are admitted through the Office of Admissions and will encompass first-time, first-year college students and transfer students. In most cases these students will be full time (enrolled in semester hours* of day courses during the Fall and Spring Semester). Full time Traditional students will be eligible for any or all Federal/State grants and loans for which they qualify; and will be eligible for any and all Iowa Wesleyan College scholarships/grants which may be awarded. Students enrolled in fewer than 12 semester hours of day courses will be considered part time and will be billed as part time Traditional students. Traditional students (full time or part time) who need to enroll in an evening course offered through the Office of Extended Learning, must provide justification and be pre-approved by both their academic advisor and the Chief Academic Officer of the College (Academic Dean). Students desiring to change their classification must petition the Academic Dean for permission to do so. *Students may petition the Committee on Academic Standards to enroll in overloads (more than the maximum credits allowed in a given term) and, if approved to do so, will be subject to a per-credit overload fee. TO ENROLL IN ONLINE COURSES, YOU MUST HAVE AN IWC ACCOUNT You may obtain your username and password, by simply going to the IWC Extended Learning website at Then from the left column, click on Username + Password and follow the instructions. Once you have your username and password, you can find your final course grades (when they have been posted) by accessing the IWC Student Portal. On the IWC homepage at the top is a Student Portal Login button that you will click. Fill in your username and password and click the academic term you wish to view. Please check your IWC account at least once a week, as there may be important announcements that pertain to you from the Extended Learning Office, faculty, IWC Business Office or Financial Aid. 14

15 Accessing IWC Online Services You may obtain your username and password, by simply finding us on the IWC website at and from the left-column menu, click on Get Username + Password and follow the instructions. Once you have your username and password, you can check your final course grades (when they have been posted), review billing information and find out about financial aid information by accessing your IWC Student Portal. On the top of the IWC homepage (www.iwc.edu), is a Student Portal Login button that you will click. Fill in your username and password and click the academic term you wish to view (e.g. FA-14, SP-15, SU-14, etc.). Please check your IWC account at least once a week, as there may be important announcements from the Extended Learning Office, faculty, IWC Business Office or Financial Aid that pertain to you. ACQUIRING TEXTBOOKS Face-to-Face, IWC-Online, OCICU Classes You now have 24/7 access to the IWC Bookstore when purchasing textbooks. That said, DON T WAIT! Come to edu and click on the Quick Links button in the top right corner. A menu will appear above, where you select Bookstore and follow the instructions. Here are a couple of hints: 1) Be sure you select the correct Start Time for your term, and 2) check the Extended Learning box for your evening/online classes. INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESSING ONLINE COURSES IWC ONLINE COURSES with Course Section Code= 55 1 Go to the IWC homepage: 2 Click the Quick Links button (upper right corner) 3 Find and click on the Online Classes icon, found at the left of the drop-down menu. 4 Click the Class Access button (upper right section) 5 Login using your IWC (without ) and your IWC password 6 If you haven t taken an IWC Online course before, please click on the Getting Started button and complete the brief tutorial. (You may complete the tutorial even in you are not currently enrolled in an online course.) 7 Click the course you are registered for. IWC OCICU COURSES with Course Section Code = 44 1 Go to 2 Click Student Course Access (left column) 3 Scroll down and select Iowa Wesleyan College and click GO 3 Find and click the course you are enrolled in (OCICU#/IWC# ~ Example: ACC301/ACTG320) 4 Click Access this Course and follow instructions from there. 5 You may wish to review the Student Handbook, found by clicking that button located below the Student Course Access button at the OCICU site. You MUST have your OCICU Username and Password in order to log in. If it is your first OCICU course, your username and password will be ed to you shortly after you are registered for the course. PLEASE NOTE: Your OCICU Username/ Password will be ed to your IWC account from either the host institution (e.g. St. Leo University) or from Regis University (the host for OCICU). 15

16 601 N. Main St. Mount. Pleasant, IA Non-Profit Org. U.S. POSTAGE PAID DUBUQUE, IA PERMIT NO. 477 Registration BY TELEPHONE (during office hours) , , AFTER HOURS VOICE MAIL (5 p.m.-8 a.m.) or , option 4 Leave your name, Social Security number (last four digits), course number, location and night the course meets OR leave your name and number and we ll return your call. IN PERSON Stop by our campus in Mt. Pleasant, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. We are regularly at West Burlington (SCC-N) and at Muscatine (MCC) on specified weekday afternoons from 4-6 p.m. Call our office to schedule an appointment. Include your name, Social Security number (last four digits), phone, address, course(s) you wish to register for and location of the course(s) ON-LINE (www.iwc.edu/exl) Go to our webpage at and click on the Class Registration icon. Fill out and submit. Visit the Extended Learning link at Find the latest information about course offerings, locations, instructors and other announcements. us your questions or concerns or

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