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2015-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

 

Academic Literacy Requirements
MATH 0320: Intermediate Algebra

(Academic Literacy requirement determined by students admission test scores.)


Rhetoric (6 hrs)
ENGL 1311 (3): Composition I or ENGL 1311L (3): Composition I with Lab.

ENGL 1312 (3): Composition II

These courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C.


Literature & Fine Arts (6 hrs)
ENGL 2310 (3): World Literature

Fine Arts (3): Any three-hour Performance or History course in Visual Art, Dance, Music or Theatre.


Philosophy & Religion (9 hrs)
PHIL 1381 (3): Intro to Philosophy

Religious Studies (3): One selected from the following: RELS 1305, 1315, 1325, 1335. Honors students also have the option to select RELS 1327.

Philosophy or Religious Studies (3): Must be upper division (3000 or 4000 level).


History & Social Science (6 hrs)
History (3): One selected from the following: HIST 1311, 1312, 1321, or 1322.

Social Science (3): One selected from the following: ANTH 1311, CLST 2315, CRJU 1311, ECON 2301, GOVT 1315 or 1316, PSYC 1301 or SOCI 1311.


Mathematics & Lab Science (7 hrs)
Science with a Lab (4): BIOL 1401, BIOL 1402, BIOL 2321 & 2121, CHEM 1310 & 1110, CHEM 1405, ENSC 1410, ENSC 3420H*, GEOL 1401, GEOL 1402, GEOL 1415, GEOL 1420, METR 1430, NUTR 2400 & 2400L, PHYS 1301 & 1101, PHYS 2305 & 2105, PHYS 2308 & 2108

*ENSC 3420 - Honor Students only

Math (3): Determined by students selected major but  a minimum of MATH 1304, 1306, 1308, or 2303.


Modern Language (6 hrs)
I. ARAB, ASL, CHIN, FREN, GERM, IT, JAPN, KORE, SPAN (3)

II. ARAB, ASL, CHIN, FREN, GERM, IT, JAPN, KORE, SPAN (3)

Six hours must consist of the same modern language.


Wellness Development (3 hrs
DWHP 1200: Dimensions of Wellness or DWHP 3200: DW Bridge

Physical Education (1)

 


PLEASE NOTE: A minimum of 120 semester hours is required for graduation, with no less than 36 upper division (3000-4000 level) courses. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all requirements for the degree are fulfilled as stated in the college catalog.