Education Transfer Program – Evening Program Courses

Award: Associate of Arts (AA)
Enrollment Status: Full-time or part-time
Program Start: Fall, Spring

The Education Evening transfer program allows students to work and go to school at the same time.

Courses start at 6:00pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and are offered as eight-week hybrid courses.

The Hawkeye Child Development Center will be open on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Course offerings change semester by semester. Search My Hawkeye for specific offerings.

2015–2016 Suggested Sequence of Study and Course Cost

Courses and course cost calculations are subject to change.

Courses offered in the Fall and Spring Semesters
ART101 Art Appreciation 3 $478.50
BIO105 Introductory Biology 4 $638.00
ENG105 Composition I 3 $478.50
ENG106 Composition II 3 $478.50
HIS117 Western Civilization I: Ancient and Medieval 3 $478.50
HIS151 U.S. History to 1877 3 $478.50
MAT110 Math for Liberal Arts 3 $478.50
MUS100 Music Appreciation 3 $478.50
PHS142 Principles of Astronomy 3 $478.50
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology 3 $478.50
PSY121 Developmental Psychology 3 $478.50
SOC205 Diversity in America 3 $478.50
SPC101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 $478.50
Humanities: Non-Western Cultures course 3  
Courses offered only in the Fall Semester
EDU216 Introduction to Teaching 3 $478.50
EDU223 Multicultural Education 3 $478.50
EDU235 Children's Literature 3 $478.50
Courses offered only in the Spring Semester
EDU240 Educational Psychology 3 $478.50
EDU255 Technology in the Classroom 3 $478.50
EDU920 Field Experience 1 $194.50
MAT151 Math Reasoning for Teachers I 3 $478.50

Course Cost Calculation:
2015–2016 resident tuition and fees x course credits + course fee if applicable.

The course cost calculation does not include:

Program Contacts

Department Secretary

Deb Hacker
Black Hawk Hall 258
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Faculty Mentor

Tami McCoy
Black Hawk Hall 238
319-296-2329 ext.1298
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Lisa Ciesielski
Student Services
Hawkeye Center 208
319-296-2329 ext.1727
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Dean of Communications, Humanities, Education, and Fine Arts

Catharine Freeman
Black Hawk Hall 258
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