Undergraduate Catalog Addenda

17-18 Undergraduate Addenda

Addenda for 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Modification of Page 50: Study Abroad Courses

IS 201 Study Abroad (0-18)
Approved study abroad programs suitable for lower division credit coordinated by the Office of International Programs.
IS 203 Study Abroad (1-18)
Approved study abroad programs suitable for lower division credit coordinated by the Office of International Programs.

IS 301 Study Abroad (0-18)
Approved study abroad programs suitable for upper division credit coordinated by the Office of International Programs.
IS 303 Study Abroad (1-18)
Approved study abroad programs suitable for upper division credit coordinated by the Office of International Programs.

IS 221 Study Abroad-US Host University-External Program (0-18)
Approved study abroad programs suitable for lower division credit hosted by another US institution.
IS 321 Study Abroad-US Host University-External Program (0-18)
Approved study abroad programs suitable for upper division credit hosted by another US institution.
IS 420 Study Abroad-Internal Program (1-18)
Approved senior- or graduate-level study abroad programs coordinated by the Office of International Programs.
IS 421 Study Abroad-External Program (0-18)
Approved study abroad programs for senior- or graduate-level hosted by another US institution.

Modification of Page 59: Kansas Studies

Minor Offered
The Washburn University Kansas Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary program devoted to encouraging research, sponsoring programming, and promoting outreach that focuses on the past, present, and future of Kansas.

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Kansas Studies minor, students will be able to:

  • Describe the natural environment of Kansas and how humans have interacted with that environment
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the diversity of cultures, arts, and literature of Kansas
  • Critically analyze central processes and developments in Kansas history, economics, and politics

Study Plan
To obtain the optional minor in Kansas Studies, a student must complete at least 15 hours of designated Kansas Studies course work, with at least 6 of those hours at the upper-division level. The minor will be supervised by the director of the Center for Kansas Studies.

Courses which may be applied to the minor include:

AN 225 Kansas Archaeology
AR 114 Art and Architecture of Kansas
EN 138 Kansas Literature
GG 304 Kansas Geography
HI 322 Kansas History
KS 199 Special Topics in Kansas Studies
KS 340 Kansas Studies
KS 399 Special Topics in Kansas Studies
KS 395 Independent Study in Kansas Studies
KS 397 Internship in Kansas Studies
PO 107 State and Local Government
PO 309 Kansas Legislative Experience
PO 307 Internship in State and Local Government

Courses Offered
(Courses marked with </ are part of the University’s General Education program. See Table of Contents for details.)

KS 199 Special Topics in Kansas Studies (3)
Topics will vary from semester to semester and will be announced in advance. May be taken for more than one semester. Prerequisite: May require consent of instructor.

>/ KS 340 Kansas Studies (1–3)
A multidisciplinary course that stresses the interrelationships among all aspects of Kansas including anthropology, archaeology, ethnicity, fine arts, geography, geology, history, literature, politics, and religion. Prerequisite: none.

KS 399 Special Topics in Kansas Studies (3)
Topics will vary from semester to semester and will be announced in advance. May be taken for more than one semester. Prerequisite: May require consent of instructor.

KS 395 Independent Study in Kansas Studies (1–3)
Directed readings and individualized research program on a subject relevant to Kansas Studies and with the guidance of a professor. May be taken for more than one semester. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor and approval of the director of the Center for Kansas Studies.

KS 397 Internship in Kansas Studies (1­–3)
A program for junior/senior level undergraduates offered in cooperation with a state agency with the supervision of the Director of Kansas Studies. Prerequisite: Approval of director of the Center for Kansas Studies. 

Modification to Pages 77 and 79: AP and CLEP Scores

AP Scores

A.P. Subject Score Award Hours General Education
Art History 4+ AR 101 3 GEHU
Art - 2D Design 3+ AR 120 3 GEHU
Art - Drawing I 3+ AR 140 3 GEHU
Biology 3+ BI 100 3 GENS
Chemistry 3+ CH 101 OR CH 121 OR CH 151 3 OR 5 OR 5 GENS
English Literature 3+ EN 135 3 GEHU
English Language 3+ EN 101 3
Calculus AB 3 Consult Chair
Calculus AB 4+ MA 151 5 GENS
Calculus BC 3 MA 151 5 GENS
Calculus BC 4+ Consult Chair 10>
Mod. Foreign Language 3

FR 101 OR
GE 101 OR
SP 101

4
Mod. Foreign Language 4+

FR 101/102 OR
GE 101/102 OR
SP 101/102

8 GEHU (FL 102)^
Music 3 MU 215 4
Music 4+ MU 215 AND
MU 314
8
Physics 4 PS 101 3 GENS
Political Science 3+ PO 106 3 GESS
Psychology 3+ PY 100 3 GESS
Statistics 3+ MA 140 3 GENS
US History 3 HI 111 OR
HI 112
3 GESS
US History 4+ HI 111 AND
HI 112
6 GESS
World History 3 HI 100 OR
HI 101 OR
HI 102
3 GESS
World History 4+ 2 of 3 Courses:
HI 100 OR
HI 101 OR
HI 102
6 GESS

CLEP Scores

The CLEP scores listed are for exams taken through computer-based testing (CBT) only. Contact Academic Advising regarding scores for exams taken before July 2001. Washburn awards the following credit for CLEP (through computer-based testing) exams:

Subject Score Award Hours Grade General Education
Biology 50+

BI 100 AND
BI 1XX

3
3
Credit GENS
GENS
Chemistry 50-59 CH 101 3 Credit GENS
Chemistry 60+ CH 121 OR
CH 151
5 Credit GENS
Info Systems 50+ CM 1XX 3 Credit
Economics-
Macro
50+ EC 201 3 Credit GESS
Economics-
Micro
50+ EC 200 3 Credit GESS
Analyzing
Literature
50+ EN 135 3 Credit GEHU
US History I 50+ HI 111 3 Credit GESS
US History II 50+ HI 112 3 Credit GESS
Humanities 50+ HU 1XX 3 Credit GEHU
College Algebra 50+ MA 116 3 Credit
College Mathematics 50+ MA 1XX 3 Credit GENS
Precalculus 50+ MA 123 3 Credit GENS
French 50-58 FR 101 4 Credit
French 59+ FR 101 AND
FR 102
8 Credit GEHU (FR 102)^
German 50-59 GE 101 4 Credit
German 60+ GE 101 AND
GE 102
8 Credit GEHU (GE 102)^
Spanish 50-62 SP 101 4 Credit
Spanish 63+ SP 101 AND
SP 102
8 Credit GEHU (SP 102)^
Natural Sciences 50+ NS 1XX 3 Credit GENS
Am Government 50+ PO 106 3 Credit GESS
Introductory
Psychology
50+ PY 100 3 Credit GESS
Human Growth/
Development
50+ PY 209 3 Credit
Soc Sci and History 50+ SS 1XX 3 Credit GESS
Intro Sociology 50+ SO 100 3 Credit GESS

^FL 102 (FR, GE, SP) can count as humanities general education except for the Bachelor of Arts

 

Modification of Pages 90-91:  General Education Distribution Approved Subject Areas/Designated Student Learning Outcomes and Specific Course

ARTS AND HUMANITIES (GEHU)

COMMUNICATION
     COM: CN 101, CN 150, CN 341
     CCT: CN 351

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
     CCT: WG 375
     GED: WG 175
     ILT: IL170*
     *This course may be used in any one of the three general education distribution areas.

Modification of Page 243:  School of Applied Studies/Radiation Therapy

Washburn University Assessment – Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program students will be able to:
  • PSLO #1: Pass national certification exam on 1st attempt within 6 months of graduation.
  • PSLO #2: Demonstrate clinical competency by interpreting pertinent data to accurately delivery radiation therapy treatment.
  • PSLO #3: Demonstrate clinical competency by accurately positioning patients for treatment delivery.
  • PSLO #4: Demonstrate effective written communication skills.
  • PSLO #5: Demonstrate critical thinking skills by evaluating images to ensure proper patient alignment.
  • PSLO #6: Demonstrate professional standards and behavior.