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1 WITCC to Morningside College Transfer Guide Sioux City, Iowa (712) The Morningside College experience cultivates a passion for life-long learning and a dedication to ethical leadership and civic responsibility.

2 Table of Contents Admission Requirements Transfer of Credit... 2 Contact Information Distribution & Flag (general studies) Equivalencies Transfer Course Equivalency Guide Advertising. 6 Biology Business Administration... 8 Chemistry... 9 Biology, Chemistry, and Unified Science Teaching Elementary Education.. 11 English English Teaching History, American History, American History/World History Secondary Teaching, American History/American Government Secondary Teaching Mass Communication Mathematics. 16 Mathematics, Physics, and Physical Sciences Teaching.. 17 Music, Music Education, Music Performance Nursing, Basic Track RN to BSN Nursing.. 20 Political Science, International Affairs General Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Biopsychology Theatre 23 1

3 Morningside College - Western Iowa Tech Community College Transfer Guide The transfer guide is designed to help WITCC students who wish to transfer to Morningside College identify WITCC courses that meet Morningside College s general studies requirements. It also identifies some of the more common majors students transfer into and suggests courses students may take at WITCC for the most efficient transfer to Morningside College. Admission Requirements Transfer students must: 1) Complete an application for admission (online at or a paper version). 2) Submit official grade transcript from high school (or evidence of GED). 3) Submit official grade transcripts from ALL colleges attended. Transfer students who have earned at least 24 transferable semester hours with a 2.25 or better transfer GPA meet the academic standards for automatic admission. Transfer students with less than 24 transferable semester hours must defer to the admission requirements for high school seniors and firstyear students. Transfer of Credit A maximum of 62 semester hours from regionally accredited two-year community or junior colleges may be transferred to Morningside College, of which no more than 16 semester hours of technical/vocational courses will be accepted toward a baccalaureate degree. Exception: Students enrolled in the Degree Completion Program for Registered Nurses may transfer a maximum of 94 credits to Morningside College from two-year community or junior colleges. A maximum of 94 semester hours may be transferred from regionally accredited four-year colleges or universities, or from a combination of regionally accredited two-year community or junior colleges and fouryear colleges or universities. General Studies: The following equivalency listing shows courses that have been approved by the Morningside College Registrar as meeting Morningside s current Distribution and Flag (general studies) requirements. There may be additional courses that meet the Distribution and Flag requirements. Students may inquire about course equivalencies by contacting Morningside College s Transfer Counselor. Major, Minor, Clusters and Elective Courses: Courses submitted for transfer credit for major or minor programs or clusters must be equivalent in methods, subject matter, level of instruction, and requirements to Morningside College courses. The Registrar will determine equivalency in consultation with the Provost and the chairs of the academic departments involved as necessary. Courses submitted as transfer credit for open electives are not subject to the equivalency test. They are, however, subject to approval by the Provost and the Registrar. Non-Traditional Credit: Morningside College recognizes that students can gain valuable knowledge through experiences outside of the regular classroom setting. For this reason, Morningside will grant a maximum of 32 semester hours of credit toward a baccalaureate degree based on performance in the following areas: Advanced Placement through the high school, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Academic Credit for College Equivalent Learning (ACCEL), correspondence, electronic credit, and military credit. For more Information, contact: Cindy Kinney Morningside College Transfer Counselor , ext 5190 Or Or

4 WITCC Transfer Courses that meet Morningside College s general studies requirements Effective August 2014 (Choose one class from each category) Composition and Communication Distribution ENG 106 Composition II Quantitative Reasoning Distribution MAT 111 Math for Liberal Arts MAT 121 College Algebra MAT 129 Precalculus MAT 130 Trigonometry MAT 141 Finite Mathematics MAT 157 Statistics MAT 201 Applied Calculus MAT 211 Calculus I Global Awareness Distribution FLF 141 Elementary French I FLG 141 Elementary German I FLS 141 Elementary Spanish I GEO 121 World Regional Geography HIS 110 Western Civ: Ancient to Early Modern HIS 111 Western Civ: Early Modern to Present HIS 211 Modern Asian History LIT 140 British Literature I LIT 141 British Literature II LIT 150 World Literature I LIT 151 World Literature II MUS 202 World Music ** POL 121 International Relations POL 125 Comparative Government & Politics REL 101 Survey of World Religions * American Experience Distribution DRA 112 American Film ** HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877 HIS 152 U.S. History Since 1877 HIS 251 U.S. History 1945 to Present HIS 253 Am. Indian History & Culture I HIS 268 U.S. at War: Vietnam War LIT 110 American Lit. To Mid-1800 s LIT 111 American Lit. Since Mid-1800 s LIT 124 American Poetry LIT 133 Minority Voices in U.S. Literature POL 111 American National Government POL 112 American State & Local Govt. POL 201 The U.S. Constitution SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology SOC 200 Minority Group Relations Empirical Reasoning Distribution BIO 105 Introductory Biology BIO 116 General Biology IB BIO 125 Plant Biology BIO 163 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology w/lab CHM 122 Intro. to General Chemistry CHM 166 General Chemistry I ENV 111 Environmental Science PHS 120 Exploring Physical Science PHY 162 College Physics I PHY 212 Classical Physics I Creative Expression Distribution ART 101 Art Appreciation ART D Design ART D Design ART 133 Drawing ART 143 Painting ART 184 Photography ART 203 Art History I ART 204 Art History II DRA 101 Introduction to Theatre DRA 112 American Film ** DRA 130 Acting I ENG 221 Creative Writing MMS 130 Video Field Production MUS 100 Music Appreciation MUS 199 Music History MUS 202 World Music ** MUS 205 Jazz History and Appreciation Ethics and Personal Values Distribution PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 105 Introduction to Ethics REL 101 Survey of World Religions * REL 150 Introduction to the Bible * Religious Traditions Flag REL 101 Survey of World Religions * REL 150 Introduction to the Bible * Service Learning Flag No equivalency * Can be used to satisfy one Distribution & one Flag ** Can be used to satisfy only one Distribution 3

5 Course Equivalency Guide: Alphabetical by WITCC Prefix WITCC course Morningside College equivalent course ACC 131 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 203 Intro. to Financial Accounting ACC 132 Principles of Accounting II ACCT 204 Managerial/Cost Accounting I ACC 231 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 232 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II ART 120 & D Design & 3-D Design ART 103 Design ART 184 Photography ART 265 Photography BIO 116 General Biology IB BIOL 116 Principles of Biology I BIO 117 General Biology II B BIOL 117 Principles of Biology II BIO 125 Plant Biology elective credits toward biology major BIO 151 Nutrition BIOL 205 Health & Nutrition BIO 163 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology elective credits toward biology major BIO 169 & 174 Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 & II BIOL 207 & 208 Human Anatomy & Human Physiology BIO 197 Aquatic Biology I elective credits toward biology major BIO 297 Aquatic Biology II elective credits toward biology major BUS 102 Introduction to Business elective credits toward business major BUS 185 &186 Business Law I & II BUSN 314 Business Law CHM 122 Intro. to General Chemistry CHEM 110 General, Organic & Biological Chemistry CHM 132 Intro to Organic & Biochemistry CHEM 110 General, Organic & Biological Chemistry CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 261 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I CHM 271 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II DRA 101 Introduction to Theatre THTR 101 Introduction to Theatre DRA 130 Acting I THTR 222 Introduction to Acting DRA 137 Rehearsal & Performance THTR 255 Applied Theatre ECN 120 & 130 Principles of Macroeconomics & ECON 200 Principles of Economics I Microeconomics EDU 210 Foundations of Education EDUC 101 Foundations of Education ENG 106 English Composition II MORN 102 Composition & Communication ENG 221 Creative Writing ENGL 281 Writing Poetry & Fiction GEO 121 World Regional Geography POLS 205 Political & Cultural Geography OR GEOG 205 Political & Cultural Geography HIS 110 & 111 West.Civ: Ancient-Early Modern & HIST 206 European Civilization Early Modern-Present HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877 HIST 131 U.S. History to 1877 HIS 152 U.S. History since 1877 HIST 132 U.S. History Since 1877 HIS 211 Modern Asian History HIST 222 Asian Civilizations HSC 114 Medical Terminology BIOL 221 Medical Terminology JOU 120 & Beginning Newswriting COMM 208 Fundamentals of Journalism for MMS 132 Writing for the Mass Media Print and the Web 4

6 Course Equivalency Guide: Alphabetical by WITCC Prefix (continued) WITCC course Morningside College equivalent course LIT 101 Introduction to Literature elective credits toward English major LIT 105 Children s Literature ENGL 203 Children s Literature LIT 124 American Poetry elective credits toward English major LIT 133 Minority Voices in U.S. Literature ENGL 243 American Minorities Literature LIT 150 or 151 World Literature I or II ENGL 241 Classical Mythology & Literature LIT 185 Contemporary Literature elective credits toward English major LIT 189 Women & Literature ENGL 245 Women & Literature MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra MORN 070 Intermediate Algebra MAT 129 Precalculus MATH 125 Precalculus MAT 149 Linear Algebra MATH 215 Linear Algebra MAT 157 Statistics MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 211 Calculus I MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 217 Calculus II MATH 206 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II MAT 219 Calculus III MATH 307 Multivariable Calculus & Diff. Equations MGT 101 Principles of Management BUSN 231 Principles of Management MMS 101 Mass Media COMM 101 Intro to Mass Communications MMS 105 Audio Production COMM 204 Audio Production for Radio & the Web MMS 130 Video Field Production COMM 207 Video Production for Television & the Web MMS 132 Writing for the Mass Media COMM 208 Fundamentals of Journalism for & JOU120 & Beginning Newswriting Print and the Web MUS 100 Music Appreciation MUHL 102 Introduction to Music MUS 115 & 125 Music Theory I & MUTC 132 Music Theory & Ear Training I Ear Training/Sight Singing I MUS 116 & 126 Music Theory II & MUTC 133 Music Theory & Ear Training II Ear Training/Sight Singing II MUA 119 Class Piano MUAL 160 Class Piano I MUS 138 Jazz Choir MUEN 295 Vocal Jazz Ensemble MUS 140 Concert Choir MUEN 290 College Choir MUA various applied lessons MUAL various applied lessons PHY 162 College Physics I PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 172 College Physics II PHYS 202 General Physics II POL 111 American National Government POLS 147 United States Government POL 121 International Relations POLS 208 Intro. to International Relations PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology 5

7 ADVERTISING (Bachelor of Science) Advertising is an interdisciplinary major that combines study in business, mass communication, and graphic design. Students gain excellent preparation for careers in business ownership, management, advertising, and public relations, or for graduate study in communications or business. Through the Creative Edge Ad Club and the Collegiate Entrepreneur Organization, Morningside students apply what they have learned in the classroom and continue to develop and refine their skills in communication, networking, and leadership. Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Global Awareness HIS 111 Western Civ.: Early Modern to Present Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Traditions Support courses for advertising major ART 103 Design ART D Design and ART D Design ART 265 Photography ART 184 Photography BUSN 231 Principles of Management MGT 101 Principles of Management COMM 101 Intro. to Mass Communication MMS 101 Mass Media Choose one of the following COMM 204 Audio Prod. for Radio & Web MMS 105 Audio Production COMM 207 Video Prod. for TV & Web MMS 130 Video Field Production REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. 6

8 BIOLOGY (Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Arts) Morningside College s biology major prepares the student for a broad range of career paths, from medicine to conservation biology. Morningside students receive a solid foundation for graduate and professional schools, and develop an understanding of scientific methods, practical application of concepts, and development of field and laboratory skills. State-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms provide students with hands-on work experiences and interactive learning. Students have gone on to succeed in graduate and professional programs in health sciences (medicine, physician s assistant, physical therapy, etc ), or have entered the workforce as conservation officers, naturalists, high school science teachers, laboratory technicians, sales representatives, and science writers. American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Global Awareness HIS 111 Western Civ.: Early Modern to Present Creative Expression ART 101 Art Appreciation Ethics and Personal Values and REL 150 Introduction to the Bible (see notes) Religious Traditions Biology and support courses BIOL 116 Principles of Biology I BIO 116 General Biology I B BIOL 117 Principles of Biology II BIO 117 General Biology II B CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I CHM 261 Organic Chemistry I * CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II CHM 271 Organic Chemistry II * MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics * Or Or MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I * REL 150 Introduction to the Bible meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. * Required for Bachelor of Science degree. 7

9 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science) Business administration majors will develop an understanding of core business operations, including accounting, marketing, finance, economics, management, and quantitative methods. Students learn to think creatively and critically while applying successful business strategies in an uncertain and diverse marketplace. Through internships, field trips, and class projects students gain a wide variety of experiences in the real-world application of business concepts. Students develop leadership skills through a combination of group projects and co-curricular activities. American Experience HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877 Global Awareness POL 121 International Relations Creative Expression ART 101 Art Appreciation Ethics and Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Traditions Business and support courses MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics Or Or MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I ** ECON 200 Principles of Economics I ECN 120 Prin. of Macroeconomics and ECN 130 Prin. of Microeconomics ACCT 203 Intro. to Financial Accounting ACC 131 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 204 Managerial/Cost Accounting I ACC 132 Principles of Accounting II ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 231 Intermediate Accounting I * ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II ACC 232 Intermediate Accounting II * BUSN 231 Principles of Management MGT 101 Principles of Management BUSN 314 Business Law BUS 185 Business Law I and BUS 186 Business Law II REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. * Students interested in accounting or finance emphasis should consider taking WITCC s ACC 231 & 232, Intermediate Accounting I & II, prior to transferring. ** Students interested in finance or economics emphasis should consider taking WITCC s MAT 211 Calculus I prior to transferring. 8

10 CHEMISTRY (Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science) Students majoring in chemistry will have career opportunities in chemical industries working with anything from paper to plastics, pharmaceuticals to fertilizers, or paints to fabrics. Less obvious careers include food science, patent law, forensic science, art restoration, health science, education, and product testing. Morningside College students develop a solid foundation in chemical theory, sound experimental techniques, and strong communication skills in scientific writing and speech. Chemistry, combined with a selection of biology courses, is a strong preparation for graduate or professional schools in health sciences. American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Global Awareness HIS 111 Western Civ.: Early Modern to Present Creative Expression ART 101 Art Appreciation Ethics and Personal Values and REL 150 Introduction to the Bible (see notes) Religious Traditions Chemistry and support courses CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I CHM 261 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II CHM 271 Organic Chemistry II MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I MATH 206 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II MAT 217 Calculus II * PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 162 College Physics I PHYS 202 General Physics II PHY 172 College Physics II REL 150 Introduction to the Bible meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. * Required course for Morningside College s Bachelor of Science degree but not for Bachelor of Arts degree. 9

11 BIOLOGY TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) CHEMISTRY TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) ALL SCIENCE TEACHING (Bachelor of Science) Students graduating from Morningside College with teaching majors in any of the sciences have abundant job opportunities in both public and private secondary education school districts. Morningside students gain valuable experience through ample student-teaching opportunities in the tri-state area. Morningside graduates have access to the Teacher Placement Bureau, which provides services for gaining employment. Global Awareness HIS 111 Western Civ.: Early Modern to Present Creative Expression ART 101 Art Appreciation Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Ethics and Personal Values and REL 150 Introduction to the Bible Religious Traditions Courses for Chemistry Teaching major A biology course BIO 105 Introductory Biology CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I CHM 261 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II CHM 271 Organic Chemistry II MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 162 College Physics I PHYS 202 General Physics II PHY 172 College Physics II Courses for Biology Teaching major BIOL 116 Principles of Biology I BIO 116 General Biology I B BIOL 117 Principles of Biology II BIO 117 General Biology II B CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 176 General Chemistry II Courses for All Science Teaching major BIOL 116 Principles of Biology I BIO 116 General Biology I B BIOL 117 Principles of Biology II BIO 117 General Biology II B CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I CHM 261 Organic Chemistry I PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 162 College Physics I PHYS 202 General Physics II PHY 172 College Physics II MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics Or Or MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I Support courses for all teaching majors EDUC 101 Foundations of Education EDU 210 Foundations of Education PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology Note: After transferring to Morningside College students must make formal application to the Teacher Preparation Program. One of the criteria for admission to the Teacher Preparation Program is basic skills proficiency as demonstrated by passing the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests for Educators. We suggest students complete the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests before transferring to Morningside College. Individual scores can be no lower than 150 in Math, 156 in Reading and 162 in Writing. More information about the Praxis Core Tests can be found at 10

12 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (Bachelor of Science) Morningside College has a long history and well-established reputation for producing outstanding educators. The program is fully approved by the Iowa Department of Education. Its emphasis is on being an effective educator a caring professional who enables people to develop the knowledge, skills, and disposition necessary to participate in a democratic society. The elementary education major requires a concentration in an endorsement area such as Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Special Education, Coaching, etc. In partnership with area school districts, students spend time observing in schools, serving as teacher aides, assisting teachers in preparing materials, and preparing and implementing lesson plans. These multiple and early-on field experiences prepare students for a successful student teaching experience. Empirical Reasoning BIO 105 Introductory Biology (see notes) Quantitative Reasoning MAT 111 Math for Liberal Arts Global Awareness HIS 110 West. Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern Creative Expression ART 101 Art Appreciation Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Traditions Education and support courses EDUC 101 Foundations of Education EDU 210 Foundations of Education ENGL 203 Children s Literature LIT 105 Children s Literature PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology GEOG 205 Political & Cultural Geography GEO 121 World Regional Geography Physics or physical science requirement PHS 120 Exploring Physical Science REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. Students should choose a biology-lab course to meet both Morningside s Empirical Reasoning requirement and a teacher licensure requirement. Students who are also interested in a coaching endorsement are encouraged to take WITCC s BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology instead of BIO 105 Introductory Biology as it meets Morningside s Empirical Reasoning requirement, a licensure requirement, and a requirement for Morningside s coaching endorsement. After transferring to Morningside College students must make formal application to the Teacher Preparation Program. One of the criteria for admission to the Teacher Preparation Program is basic skills proficiency as demonstrated by passing the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests for Educators. We suggest students complete the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests before transferring to Morningside College. Individual scores can be no lower than 150 in Math, 156 in Reading and 162 in Writing. More information about the Praxis Core Tests can be found at 11

13 ENGLISH (Bachelor of Arts) English is a discipline that investigates the creative potential of literacy in our world and in the rich tradition of the English language arts. Small classes offer our students the opportunity to be creative and energetic in their explorations of language arts. Friday is Writing Day and The Sioux City Reading Series are just a couple of ways for students and faculty to develop and share their abilities with the campus community. Students have the option to pursue an emphasis in writing, literature, or secondary English teaching. Students majoring in English have pursued various professional career paths, such as teaching, journalism, law, editing and publishing, business management, marketing, government work, librarianship, the ministry, English as a Second Language, social services, public relations, and human relations. WITCC Equivalent Course Empirical Reasoning BIO 105 Introductory Biology Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Global Awareness HIS 110 West.Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Tradition Flag Courses that transfer as equivalents ENGL 281 Writing Poetry and Fiction ENG 221 Creative Writing ENGL 243 American Minorities Literature LIT 133 Minority Voices in U.S. Literature ENGL 245 Women and Literature LIT 189 Women and Literature ENGL 241 Classical Mythology & Literature LIT 150 World Literature I or LIT 151 World Literature II Courses that transfer for elective credits LIT 101 Introduction to Literature LIT 185 Contemporary Literature LIT 124 American Poetry REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. Students who have questions about Morningside College s English Department should contact Dr. Marty Knepper at 12

14 ENGLISH TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) Morningside College has a well-established reputation for producing outstanding educators. The program is fully approved by the Iowa Department of Education. Its emphasis is on being an effective educator a caring professional who enables people to develop the knowledge, skills, and disposition necessary to participate in a democratic society. Morningside students have many opportunities for student teaching in the tri-state area, and have access to employment resources through Morningside s Teacher Placement Bureau. Composition & Communication ENG 106 Composition II Empirical Reasoning BIO 105 Introductory Biology Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Global Awareness HIS 110 West. Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Tradition Flag English and support Courses EDUC 101 Foundations of Education EDU 210 Foundations of Education PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology ENGL 281 Writing Poetry and Fiction ENG 221 Creative Writing Choose at least one from following group ENGL 243 American Minorities Literature LIT 133 Minority Voices in U.S. Literature ENGL 245 Women and Literature LIT 189 Women and Literature ENGL 241 Classical Mythology & Literature LIT 150 World Literature I or LIT 151 World Literature II REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. After transferring to Morningside College students must make formal application to the Teacher Preparation Program. One of the criteria for admission to the Teacher Preparation Program is basic skills proficiency as demonstrated by passing the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests for Educators. We suggest students complete the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests before transferring to Morningside College. Individual scores can be no lower than 150 in Math, 156 in Reading and 162 in Writing. More information about the Praxis Core Tests can be found at Students who have questions about Morningside College s English Department should contact Dr. Marty Knepper at 13

15 HISTORY (Bachelor of Arts) AMERICAN HISTORY (Bachelor of Arts) AMERICAN HISTORY/WORLD HISTORY SECONDARY TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) AMERICAN HISTORY/AMERICAN GOVERNMENT SECONDARY TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) In pursuing a major in history, students will refine several key skills useful in all contexts, including researching and information gathering, evaluating evidence and sources, organizing facts and ideas, interpreting patterns, constructing explanations, and communicating clearly, persuasively, and logically. Graduates pursue careers in law, public and government service, non-governmental organizations, business as well as in secondary education. Empirical Reasoning BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (see notes) Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Creative Expression MUS 100 Music Appreciation Ethics & Person Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Tradition History/political science courses with equivalencies HIST 131 U.S. History to 1877 HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877 HIST 132 U.S. History since 1877 HIS 152 U.S. History since 1877 HIST 206 European Civilization HIS 110 West. Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern and HIS 111 West. Civ.: Early Modern to Present HIST 222 Asian Civilizations HIS 211 Modern Asian History POLS 147 United States Government POL 111 American National Government Support courses for all teaching majors EDUC 101 Foundations of Education EDU 210 Foundations of Education PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. Students interested in a teaching major should choose a biology-lab course to meet both Morningside s Empirical Reasoning requirement and a teacher licensure requirement. Students who are also interested in a coaching endorsement are encouraged to take WITCC s BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology as it meets Morningside s Empirical Reasoning requirement, a licensure requirement, and a requirement for Morningside s coaching endorsement. After transferring to Morningside College students must make formal application to the Teacher Preparation Program. One of the criteria for admission to the Teacher Preparation Program is basic skills proficiency as demonstrated by passing the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests for Educators. We suggest students complete the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests before transferring to Morningside College. Individual scores can be no lower than 150 in Math, 156 in Reading and 162 in Writing. More information about the Praxis Core Tests can be found at 14

16 MASS COMMUNICATION (Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts) Emphasis areas of Media & Sales Management, Corporate Communication, New Media Production Minors in Journalism, Electronic Media Production, Sports Broadcasting The mass communication major prepares students for careers in mass media and educates them about the role of mass communication in society through a variety of learning experiences, including classroom study, applied work with campus media, and internships with radio and television stations, public relations and corporate communication departments, newspapers, magazines and on-line media. The Mass Communication general degree is designed for students who are interested in producing mass media messages while mastering the production skills in more than one medium. It offers emphasis areas in journalism and sports broadcasting. The Media & Sales Management emphasis combines studies in mass communication with business administration. Valuable experience is gained through managing student media such as KMSC radio, MCTV, and the Collegian Reporter. The Corporate Communication emphasis combines studies in mass communication, graphic design and business administration. It prepares students for positions in external and internal communication in business, government, political, and non-profit organizations. The New Media Production emphasis combines studies in mass communication with art and computer science. It is designed to give students both the technical and creative background to work in online and other new media fields, such as web-design. Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Empirical Reasoning BIO 105 Introductory Biology Global Awareness HIS 110 West. Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Tradition Flag Mass Communication core courses for all majors, minors and emphasis areas COMM 101 Intro. to Mass Communication MMS 101 Mass Media COMM 204 Audio Production for Radio MMS 105 Audio Production and the Web COMM 207 Video Production for Television MMS 130 Video Field Production and the Web COMM 208 Fundamentals of Journalism MMS 132 Writing for the Mass Media and For Print and the Web JOU 120 Beginning Newswriting Additional courses for Media & Sales Management emphasis ACCT 203 Intro. to Financial Accounting ACC 131 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 204 Managerial/Cost Accounting I ACC 132 Principles of Accounting II MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics Additional courses for Corporate Communication emphasis MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics ART 265 Photography ART 184 Photography Additional courses for New Media Production emphasis ART 265 Photography ART 184 Photography REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. 15

17 MATHEMATICS (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science) Mathematics is one of the most fundamental sciences upon which many other academic disciplines are built. Morningside College s Mathematical Sciences Department offers distinct programs in mathematics, physics, computer science and engineering. Students majoring in mathematics are in high demand in many areas including business, economics, government, education, and engineering. Job titles include actuary, operations researcher, statistician, quality control engineer, consultant, statistical analyst, financial analyst and teacher. Global Awareness HIS 110 West.Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Creative Expression MUS 100 Music Appreciation Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Tradition Flag Math and support courses MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I MATH 206 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II MAT 217 Calculus II MATH 307 Multivariable Calculus & MAT 219 Calculus III Diff. Equations MATH 215 Linear Algebra MAT 149 Linear Algebra PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 162 College Physics I * OR OR CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. * Not required for Bachelor of Arts degree. 16

18 MATHEMATICS SECONDARY TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) PHYSICS TEACHING (Bachelor of Arts) PHYSICAL SCIENCES TEACHING (Bachelor of Science) Students entering the field of secondary teaching in the areas of math, physics and physical science are in high demand, both locally and nationally. Morningside College has a well-established reputation for producing outstanding educators. Its emphasis is on being an effective educator a caring professional who enables people to develop the knowledge, skills, and disposition necessary to participate in a democratic society. Empirical Reasoning BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (see notes) Global Awareness HIS 110 West.Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern Creative Expression MUS 100 Music Appreciation Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions Religious Tradition Flag Courses for Math Teaching major MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I MATH 206 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II MAT 217 Calculus II MATH 215 Linear Algebra MAT 149 Linear Algebra MATH 307 Multivariable Calculus MAT 219 Calculus III & Diff. Equations Courses for Physics Teaching major PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 162 College Physics I PHYS 202 General Physics II PHY 172 College Physics II MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I MATH 206 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II MAT 217 Calculus II Courses for Physical Sciences teaching major CHEM 121 General Chemistry I CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHEM 122 General Chemistry II CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I CHM 261 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II CHM 271 Organic Chemistry II MATH 205 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I MAT 211 Calculus I MATH 206 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II MAT 217 Calculus II PHYS 201 General Physics I PHY 162 College Physics I PHYS 202 General Physics II PHY 172 College Physics II Support courses for all teaching majors EDUC 101 Foundations of Education EDU 210 Foundations of Education PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology Students interested in a teaching major should choose a biology-lab course to meet both Morningside s Empirical Reasoning requirement and a teacher licensure requirement. Students who are interested in a coaching endorsement are encouraged to take WITCC s BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology as it meets Morningside s Empirical Reasoning requirement, a licensure requirement, and a requirement for Morningside s coaching endorsement. After transferring to Morningside College students must make formal application to the Teacher Preparation Program. One of the criteria for admission to the Teacher Preparation Program is basic skills proficiency as demonstrated by passing the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests for Educators. We suggest students complete the Praxis Core Academic Skills Tests before transferring to Morningside College. Individual scores can be no lower than 150 in Math, 156 in Reading and 162 in Writing. More information about the Praxis Core Tests can be found at 17

19 MUSIC (Bachelor of Arts) MUSIC EDUCATION (Bachelor of Music Education) MUSIC PERFORMANCE (Bachelor of Music) Morningside College has one of the strongest Music Departments in the state of Iowa, with over a century of experience in educating musicians and has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music since The purpose of the Music Department is to educate and prepare students who intend to pursue music as a career, to provide opportunities for all students to cultivate a life-long appreciation of music, to model and teach ethical leadership for musicians, and to contribute to the cultural enrichment of the Morningside College experience and the community. Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra American Experience HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877 Empirical Reasoning BIO 105 Introduction to Biology Religious Traditions and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Ethics & Personal Values Music courses MUTC 132 Music Theory & Ear Training I MUS 115 Music Theory I and MUS 125 Ear Training/Sight Singing I MUTC 133 Music Theory & Ear Training II MUS 116 Music Theory II and MUS 126 Ear Training/Sight Singing II MUAL 160 Class Piano I MUA 119 Class Piano MUEN 274 Jazz Ensemble MUS 189 Jazz Combo MUEN 290 College Choir MUS 140 Concert Choir MUEN 295 Vocal Jazz Ensemble MUS 138 Jazz Choir MUHL 102 Introduction to Music MUS 100 Music Appreciation MUAL various applied lessons MUA accept all various applied lessons Teaching support Courses EDUC 101 Foundations of Education EDU 210 Foundations of Education PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. Students transferring to Morningside College as juniors must complete the Sophomore Jury process in order to enroll in MUHL 401: Music History I or MUHL 402: Music History II and applied lessons at the 400-level. Students transferring into Morningside College after having begun their study of Music Theory and Ear Training at another college or university may automatically transfer in courses comparable to MUTC 132 and 133: Music Theory and Ear Training I & II. Students desiring to transfer in third and fourth semesters of Music Theory and Ear Training must pass a music theory and ear training exam comparable to the final exams of Morningside College courses MUTC 232 and 233: Music Theory and Ear Training III and IV. Students who pass the placement test may be able to transfer in these theory credits from their previous school. Otherwise, students will be placed into the appropriate semester of Music Theory and Ear Training based upon the results of the placement tests. 18

20 BASIC TRACK NURSING (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) Morningside College s holistic approach includes a personal approach to learning, a dynamic and interactive learning environment, and diverse clinical practice settings for hands-on learning. The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and approved by the Iowa Board of Nursing. To begin the 6-semester basic track program, transfer students must complete courses equivalent to Morningside College s General Psychology, General/Organic/Biological Chemistry, Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, and Composition & Communication. Students must also present at least 27 completed college credits, present at least a C grade in all required courses (required and support courses may be repeated only once), and present a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or better. After being accepted to Morningside College, students must apply for admission to the Department of Nursing Education and complete an interview with a faculty member. Nursing prerequisite courses MORN 102 Composition & Communication ENG 106 Composition II PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology CHEM 110 General, Organic & CHM 122 Intro. to General Chemistry Biological Chemistry Or CHM 132 Intro. to Organic & Biochemistry (see notes) Or CHM 166 General Chemistry I BIOL 207 Human Anatomy BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology I * BIOL 208 Human Physiology BIO 174 Human Anatomy & Physiology II * Students may choose, but are not required, to complete the general studies and nursing support courses listed below prior to transferring to Morningside College. BIOL 205 Health & Nutrition BIO 151 Nutrition BIOL 252 Microbiology BIO 186 Microbiology MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology ** Creative Expression MUS 100 Music Appreciation ** Global Awareness and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Traditions REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Global Awareness. *Satisfactory completion of both BIOL 169 & 174, Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II, are accepted as equivalent to Morningside s BIOL 207 Human Anatomy and BIOL 208 Human Physiology. ** See page 3 for other courses that meet general studies requirements. 19

21 RN TO BSN DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) Morningside College offers a Registered Nurse Degree Completion program that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The online program offers registered nurses several options for degree completion: an accelerated 2- semester plan, and part-time 4 semester and 6 semester plans. A minimum of 124 semester hours is required for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. A total of 94 credits may be transferred into Morningside College s Registered Nurse Degree Completion program. At least 30 hours of additional academic work must be taken in residence at Morningside College in order to qualify for a 4-year degree, which shall include the last 12 of 16 credits.. Global Awareness and Religious Traditions REL 101 Survey of World Religions American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Creative Expression MUS 100 Music Appreciation Prerequisite courses for admission to RN to BSN nursing major MORN 102 Composition & Communication ENG 106 English Composition II PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology CHEM 110 General, Organic & CHM 122 Intro. to General Chemistry Biological Chemistry Or CHM 132 Intro. to Organic & Biochemistry Or CHM 166 General Chemistry I BIOL 207 Human Anatomy BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 208 Human Physiology BIO 174 Human Anatomy & Physiology II BIOL 252 Microbiology BIO 186 Microbiology BIOL 205 Nutrition BIO 151 Nutrition MATH 150 Elementary Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics Must have been taken within the last 5 years Registered nurses seeking admission to the program must first be accepted into Morningside College, although this does not insure admission into the nursing major. Admission to the major requires a separate admission process, which includes the following: 1) Complete the prerequisite courses. 2) Present transcript(s) of coursework completed toward an earned diploma or associate degree in nursing from a state-approved school of nursing. 3) Present current licensure as a registered nurse in Iowa. Licenses from a state participating in the interstate nursing licensure compact are accepted. 4) Earned at least a grade of C (2.0) or better in all required nursing support courses that are transferred from other institutions. Note: students may repeat a course required for the nursing major only one time. 5) Present a minimum of 2.75 cumulative GPA. For more information about this individually designed program, registered nurses should contact Morningside College s Department of Nursing Education at , ext or Dr. Mary Kovarna at 20

22 POLITICAL SCIENCE (Bachelor of Arts) INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (Bachelor of Arts) A political science major prepares students for a rapidly changing world, and is an excellent foundation for careers in law, government, business, and education, as well as graduate or law school. Students majoring in political science will learn the components of political analysis, will become familiar with recent theoretical approaches and debates, will become effective researchers, and will become efficient managers of data and information. Above all, students will have the opportunity to apply their learning in real-world political experiences. Empirical Reasoning ENV 111 Environmental Science Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Global Awareness POL 125 Comparative Government & Politics Creative Expression ART 101 Art Appreciation Ethics & Personal Values and REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Traditions Flag Political science courses POLS 147 United States Government POL 111 American National Government POLS 205 Political & Cultural Geography GEO 121 World Regional Geography POLS 208 Intro. to International Relations POL 121 International Relations REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. Other WITCC political science courses may transfer as elective credits towards a political science major. 21

23 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (Bachelor of Arts) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (Bachelor of Arts) BIOPSYCHOLOGY (Bachelor of Science) COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY (Bachelor of Arts) Our research-oriented curriculum allows for both independent and collaborative research opportunities. The courses of study are designed to prepare students for: a) graduate school and careers as professional psychologists (e.g., school, developmental, experimental, counseling, and clinical); b) paraprofessional jobs in applied fields such as mental health, mental retardation, human resources and human services; c) an educational experience that will contribute to the understanding of self and others. As a discipline in a liberal arts curriculum, psychology is an appropriate course of study in such fields as nursing, law, social science, management, personnel/human resources, education, criminal justice, advertising, medicine, political science, or any area in which the understanding of human behavior and mental processes are beneficial. Composition & Communication ENG 106 Composition II Quantitative Reasoning MAT 121 College Algebra Empirical Reasoning BIO 105 Introductory Biology Global Awareness HIS 110 West. Civ.: Ancient to Early Modern American Experience SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology Creative Expressions ART 101 Art Appreciation Ethics & Personal Values REL 101 Survey of World Religions (see notes) Religious Tradition Flag Psychology and support courses PSYC 101 General Psychology PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 260 Developmental Psychology PSY 121 Developmental Psychology MATH 150 Elem. Probability & Statistics MAT 157 Statistics Additional support courses for Biopsychology major BIOL 207 Human Anatomy BIO 169 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 208 Human Physiology BIO 174 Human Anatomy & Physiology II BIOL 252 Microbiology BIO 186 Microbiology CHEM 110 General, Organic & CHM 132 Intro. to General Organic & Biological Chemistry Biological Chemistry REL 101 Survey of World Religions meets two general studies requirements: Religious Traditions and Ethics & Personal Values. Other psychology courses may transfer as elective credits towards a psychology major. 22

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