Simpson College Curriculum Designation guide for courses at IWCC Community Colleges (2013-2014 Catalog) General Education Designations (for planning if student transfers prior to the completion of an AA degree) There are 7 categories of Areas of Engagement and 7 categories of Embedded Skills in the curriculum. Several IWCC classes qualify for each designation, therefore students have flexibility to choose courses which closely align with their interests: Areas of Engagement The Arts Civic Engagement Diversity and Power in the US Ethics and Values Inquiry Global Perspectives Historical Persp Wstrn Culture Scientific Reasoning (AR) (CE) (DP) (EV) (GP) (HP) (SR) Embedded Skills___________________ Collaborative Leadership (CL) Critical Thinking (CT) Information Literacy (IL) Intercultural Communication (IC) Oral Communication (OC) Quantitative Reasoning (QR) Written Communication (WC) What should an IWCC student consider while transfer planning? IWCC students planning to transfer to Simpson with more than 36 credits, but less than an Associate of Arts degree, should focus on the following coursework while at IWCC: 1) Pre-requisites to their Simpson major and courses in their major. Please refer to the website, transfer guide, or Simpson advisor for information on each major. 2) One course in each of the 7 Areas of Engagement and 7 Embedded Skills of the curriculum (more courses may be required in each area if students transfer in less than 36 credits.) Many of the areas/skills will be met in the coursework in their major at Simpson but some may need to be met outside of their major. Questions? Full-time Enrollment: Contact Simpson College's Director of Transfer Enrollment at 515-961-1624 or [email protected] Part-time Enrollment: Contact Simpson College's EW & G Admission Advisor at 515-309-3099 or [email protected] Courses with 3 or 4 credits will fulfill Simpson College’s designation. Simpson College Curriculum Designation guide for courses at IWCC Community Colleges (2013-2014 Catalog) IWCC Courses that meet Simpson College’s Areas of Engagement+ AR – The Arts ART 133 Drawing I ART 134 Drawing II ART 143 Painting I ART 144 Painting II ART 184 Photography I ART 185 Photography II ART 186 Digital Photography ART 193 Studio Practices DRA 130 Acting I DRA 132 Acting II DRA 157 Scenic Painting DRA 165 Stagecraft DRA 167 Drafting for the Theatre DRA 250 Directing for the Stage MUA- All Applied Music* *AR designation for all MUA courses except for MUA 185 MUS 101 MUS 109 MUS 112 MUS 113 MUS 114 MUS 124 MUS 134 MUS 137 MUS 141 MUS 142 MUS 182 MUS 183 MUS 184 MUS 213 MUS 214 MUS 224 MUS 228 MUS 229 MUS 231 MUS 232 MUS 234 MUS 237 MUS 238 MUS 239 MUS 240 MUS 241 MUS 242 MUS 243 MUS 245 Jazz Choir I Jazz Combo I Jazz Choir II Vocal Ensemble Jazz Combo II Instrumental Jazz Ensemble I Concert Choir I Concert Band I Concert Choir II Concert Choir III Instrumental Jazz Ensemble II Instrumental Jazz Ensemble III Instrumental Jazz Ensemble IV Men's Ensemble I Instrumental Jazz Ensemble V Men's Ensemble II Instrumental Jazz Ensemble VI Jazz Choir III Jazz Choir IV Jazz Combo III Jazz Combo IV Jazz Choir V Men's Ensemble III Jazz Combo V Concert Choir IV Concert Choir V Concert Choir VI Jazz Choir VI Concert Band II MUS 246 Jazz Combo VI MUS 247 Choreography I MUS 248 Men's Ensemble IV MUS 252 Vocal Ensemble II MUS 253 Vocal Ensemble III MUS 254 Vocal Ensemble IV MUS 255 Vocal Ensemble V MUS 256 Vocal Ensemble VI MUS 257 Men's Ensemble V MUS 264 Choreography II MUS 266 Men's Ensemble VI MUS 276 Choreography III MUS 277 Jazz Lab Band MUS 310 Recording Project I MUS 311 Recording Project II MUS 312 Recording Project III MUS 313 Recording Project IV MUS 314 Recording Project V MUS 315 Recording Project VI MUS 345 Concert Band III MUS 350 Percussion Ensemble I MUS 351 Percussion Ensemble II MUS 352 Percussion Ensemble III MUS 353 Percussion Ensemble IV MUS 354 Percussion Ensemble V MUS 355 Percussion Ensemble VI MUS 360 Women’s Ensemble I MUS 361 Women’s Ensemble II MUS 362 Women’s Ensemble III MUS 363 Women’s Ensemble IV MUS 364 Women’s Ensemble V MUS 365 Women’s Ensemble VI MUS 370 Marching Band I MUS 371 Marching Band II MUS 372 Marching Band III MUS 375 Fall Pep Band I MUS 376 Fall Pep Band II MUS 377 Fall Pep Band III MUS 380 Spring Pep Band I MUS 381 Spring Pep Band II MUS 382 Spring Pep Band III MUS 385 Winter Guard I MUS 386 Winter Guard II MUS 387 Winter Guard III Courses with 3 or 4 credits will fulfill Simpson College’s designation. Simpson College Curriculum Designation guide for courses at IWCC Community Colleges (2013-2014 Catalog) CE – Civic Engagement CRJ 100 Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ 120 Intro to Corrections CRJ 130 Criminal Law CRJ 133 Constitutional Crim Procedure EDU 210 Foundations of Education MGT 175 Intro Law Managers/Supervisors MGT 180 Mgt and Labor Rel Relationship Strategies in Busns POL 111 Amer National Gov POL 112 Amer State & Loc Gov SOC 230 Juvenile Deliquency SOC 240 Criminology DP – Diversity and Power in the US HIS 253 HIS 257 LIT 130 LIT 134 LIT 190 American Indian History & Cltr African-American History African American Literature Multicultural Literature Women Writers MKT 190 International Marketing SOC 200 Minority Group Relations SOC 210 Men, Women & Society SPC 120 Intercultural Communication EV – Ethics and Values Inquiry CRJ 258 Ethical Issues in Criminal Just JOU 211 Ethics in Media PHI 105 Intro to Ethics PHI 142 Ethics in Business PHI 211 Ethics in the Media GP – Global Perspectives ANT 105 Cultural Anthropology GEO 121 World Regional Geography POL 121 International Relations REL 101 Survey of World Religions SOC 198 The Middle East HP – Historical Perspectives Western Culture DRA 118 Theatre History HIS 110 West Civ: Ancient to Early Modern HIS 111 West Civ: Early Modern to Present HIS 151 U.S. History to 1877 HIS 152 U.S. History since 1877 HIS 251 U.S. History 1945 to Pres HIS 281 Local History LIT 110 Amer Lit to Mid 1800's LIT 111 Amer Lit Since Mid 1800's LIT 140 British Literature I LIT 141 British Literature II MUS 204 History of Rock & Roll SR – Scientific Reasoning BIO 105 Introductory Biol w/Lab BIO 112 General Biology I BIO 113 General Biology II BIO 125 Plant Biology BIO 147 Genetics BIO 157 Human Biology w/Lab BIO 168 Anatomy & Physiology I BIO 173 Anatomy & Physiology II BIO 186 Microbiology BIO 267 Biotechnology I BIO 268 Biotechnology II BIO 272 Biomass to Bioenergy CHM 122 Intro to Gen Chemistry CHM 132 Intro to Org/Biochemistry CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHM 176 General Chemistry II CHM 263 Organic Chemistry I CHM 273 Organic Chemistry II ENV 111 Environmental Science PHS 142 Principles of Astronomy PHS 172 Phys Geology w/Lab PHS 187 Intro to Earth Science with Lab PHY 156 General Physics I PHY 158 General Physics II PHY 210 Classical Physics I (Calculus based) PHY 220 Classical Physics II (Calculus Based) PHY 715 Technical Physics I Courses with 3 or 4 credits will fulfill Simpson College’s designation. Simpson College Curriculum Designation guide for courses at IWCC Community Colleges (2013-2014 Catalog) IWCC Courses that meet Simpson College’s Areas of Engagement+ CL – Collaborative Leadership BUS 161 Human Relations HUM 287 Leadership Dev Studies MGT 101 Principles of Management SPC 122 Interpersonal Comm. SPC 132 Group Communication CT – Critical Thinking EGR 160 Engineering I EGR 165 Engineering II EGR 400 Intro to Engineering Design PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy PHI 105 Intro to Ethics PHI 111 Basic Reasoning IL – Information Literacy ENG 111 Technical Writing IC – Intercultural Communication ASL 271 Am Sign Lang IV ASL 295 Am Sign Lang V FLS 241 Intermediate Spanish I FLS 242 Intermediate Spanish II OC – Oral Communication SPC 112 Public Speaking SPC 140 Oral Interpretation QR - Quantitative Reasoning ACC 121 Principles of Accounting I ACC 122 Principles of Accounting II ACC 251 Govt & Nonprofit Accounting CHM 166 General Chemistry I CHM 176 General Chemistry II MAT 110 Math for Liberal Arts MAT 121 College Algebra MAT 129 Precalculus MAT 130 Trigonometry MAT 140 Finite Mathematics MAT 157 Statistics MAT 211 Calculus I MAT 217 Calculus II MAT 220 Calculus III MAT 225 MAT 227 MAT 711 MAT 743 MAT 750 MAT 751 MAT 752 MAT 908 PHY 156 PHY 158 PHY 210 PHY 220 PHY 302 PHY 715 Differential Equations Elem Diff Equations w/LapTr Bus & Financial Mathematics Tech Math Tech Math II Tech Math III Tech Math IV Cooperative Education General Physics I General Physics II Classical Physics I (Calculus based) Classical Physics II (Calculus Based) General Physics III Technical Physics I WC – Written Communication ENG 105 Composition I ENG 106 Composition II ENG 111 Technical Writing ENG 205 Adv Comp II: Honors Research Courses with 3 or 4 credits will fulfill Simpson College’s designation.