College Of Liberal Arts

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JOHN G. HEILMAN, Interim Dean

REBEKAH H. PINDZOLA, Associate Dean

TONY G. CAREY, Interim Associate Dean

IN THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS a student can specialize in a particular field while also gaining a broad general education. Four academic areas - humanities, fine arts, communications and behavioral and social sciences - are represented by the College's 14 departments: Art; Communication; Communication Disorders; English; Foreign Languages and Literatures; Geography; History; Journalism; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work; and Theatre.

Besides affording specialization in majors, the curricula of this College lay a strong foundation for further studies in graduate school or professional school. The College also provides courses needed by students of all other instructional divisions of the University.

Undergraduate Degrees

Academic majors, programs, and options are offered in more than 40 fields, described below in the Liberal Arts Curriculum and in the curricula of the School of Fine Arts. Four-year degrees offered by the College in these fields are the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Fine Arts.

Graduate Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered in English, History, Psychology and Public administration and Public Policy. Master of Arts degrees are offered in English, French, Spanish, History, Political Science, Sociology and Communication. Master of Science degrees are offered in Communication Disorders and Psychology.

The designated degrees of Master of Communication Disorders, Master of French Studies, Master of Hispanic Studies, Master of Communication, and Master of Public Administration are offered. The College's School of Fine Arts offers Master of Fine Arts and Master of Music degrees. The College participates in offering an interdisciplinary degree, Master of Arts in College Teaching. Degree programs are described in the Graduate School Bulletin.

Education

The College of Education offers a Fifth-Year Program to Liberal Arts students holding a baccalaureate degree in English, foreign language or music. Upon successful completion of the program, a master's degree in Education (M.Ed.) will be awarded and the graduate will be recommended for an A level teaching certificate (master's level certificate).

The University Honors College

This program offers individual learning opportunities and participation in honors courses to students with extraordinarily high academic aptitude. For more information, refer to the Academic Policies section of this Bulletin.

Cooperative Education Programs

Cooperative Education Programs which give students an opportunity to integrate academic training with work experience are offered in Art, Criminal Justice, Economics, English (technical writing), Geography, Health Administration, Journalism, Mass Communication, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Relations, Social Work and Sociology. Students alternate each quarter between college and a work assignment provided through the Director of the Cooperative Education Program.

Center for the Arts and Humanities

The Auburn University Center for the Arts and Humanities conducts humanities programs for the general public in localities throughout the state. For information, contact Dr. Allen Cronenberg, Director, in the Center's offices at Pebble Hill.

Curriculum in Liberal Arts

FRESHMAN YEAR
 ENGL 0110 English Composition (5)  UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3)  Core Mathematics (5)
 FLNG First Year * (5)  FLNG First Year * (5)  FLNG First Year * (5)
 Core History * (3)  Core History * (3)  Core History * (3)
 UNIV 0101 Soc., Cult. & Environ. (3)  ENGL 0112 English Composition (5)  UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3)

SOPHOMORE YEAR
 Core Philosophy (5)  ENGL 0220 Great Books I (5)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II (5)
 Core Science (5)  Core Science (5)  Major (5)
   Core Fine Arts (3)  

* Fifteen hours of the same foreign language; may qualify for up to 15 hours of advanced placement.

JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEARS

During the junior and senior years the student is to complete major requirements of 45-131 hours; courses specified in support of the major; and electives. Electives may include six hours of Basic ROTC and six hours of Advanced ROTC. In majors which do not provide sufficient electives for this purpose, ROTC may be taken in lieu of required courses not in the University or College core to be selected with the help of departmental adviser.

TOTAL-192 QUARTER HOURS (range 180-212)

 

Majors in the Liberal Arts Curriculum

A major may be declared at the time of admission or thereafter but must be declared by the end of the quarter in which the student has completed 80 quarter hours of credit, including transfer and all other credit. A student transferring into the college with 80 or more quarter hours' credit must declare a major upon admission. Before a major is declared, a student will follow the requirements of the Liberal Arts Curriculum and will be identified by the symbol CLA.

Bachelor of Arts: Anthropology, Art, Communication, Corporate Journalism, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Economics, English, Foreign Languages-International Trade, French, Geography, German, History, Journalism, Latin American Studies, Mass Communication, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Relations, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish and Theatre.

Bachelor of Science: Communication Disorders and Health Services Administration.

Minors

Art History Minor: 27 credit hours. Students will take ARTS 0171-0172-0173 and select five of the following: ARTS 0370, 0371, 0372, 0373, 0374, 0375, 0376, 0377, 0378 and the required course ARTS 0570.

Classics Minor: 25 credit hours (interdisciplinary). Students must complete at least 10 credit hours of Latin or Classical Greek language classes above the first year level. Students may complete the remaining hours with credits from upper division Latin or Greek classes or with courses from a range of courses from English, History, Philosophy and Religion. (See list of allowed electives in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.)

Communications Minor: this minor has been designed to give an overview of the discipline and the opportunity to specialize in one of three areas if the student chooses. Courses required for the minor are: RTVF 0330, COMM 0350, 0360. Students may select courses that meet the following criteria: any three 5-hour RTVF or PRCM or COMM courses at the 0300-level or above, or any combination of three 5-hour courses at the 0300-level or above from RTVF, COMM or PRCM. The student is responsible for meeting all course requirements.

English Minor: 25 credit hours, 15 of which must be at the 0300-level or above. Courses taken in fulfillment of the University Core Curriculum may not be counted toward the ENGL minor. Students may take a broad selection of courses or may concentrate their course work in such areas as linguistics and rhetoric, literature, creative writing or technical and professional writing.

French Minor: 25 credit hours. Students may enter at FLFR 201 or above. No more than 10 hours in FLFR 0201, 0202, 0203 may count toward the minor. The undergraduate adviser in French must certify appropriate placement. Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the minor.

German Minor: 25 credit hours. Students may enter at FLGR 0201 or above. No more than 10 hours in FLGR 0201, 0202, 0203 may count toward the minor. Additional courses required include FLGR 0301, 0302, 0303, and one of the following: FLGR 0311, 0312, 0313. The undergraduate adviser in German must certify appropriate placement. Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the minor.

History Minor: 25 hours above the 0100-level and will include either HIST 0201-0202 or HIST 0207-0208 and 15 additional hours at the 0300-level or above.

Italian Studies Minor: 25 credit hours. Required courses: FLIT 0201, 0275, 0399. FLIT 0399 may also be used as an elective. Students may complete the remaining hours with credits from upper division Italian classes or with courses from an electives list in the department. Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the minor.

Music Minor: 29 credit hours. Required courses: MUSI 0100 (quarterly), 0131, 0132, 0133, 0184 (for six quarters), 0361, and any two quarters of the following: 0351, 0352, 0353.

Philosophy Minor: 25 credit hours required with PHIL 0101 or a University Core ethics course to be taken as a prerequisite. Students are required to take PHIL 0101 or a University Core ethics course (whichever was not taken to satisfy the University Core), plus an additional 20 hours of philosophy courses at or above the 300-level.

Political Science Minor: 25 credit hours. Required courses: POLI 0209. Twenty additional hours of POLI courses, a minimum of 15 of these hours must be at the 300-level or above. Students must take at least one course in two of the following areas: comparative politics, international relations, public law and conflict resolution or public administration.

Religious Studies Minor: 25 credit hours. Required courses: RELG 0201, one of the following: RELG 0210, 0220, 0245 and one from RELG 0303 or 0304, plus RELG electives at 0300-level or higher to complete a minimum of 25 hours.

Social Work Minor: 25 credit hours. Required courses include: SOWO 0376 or any five-hour, 0300-level SOWO course with approval of departmental adviser, 0320, 0375, 0377, 0380, 0381.

Spanish Minor: 25 credit hours. Students may enter at FLSP 201 or above. No more than 10 hours in FLSP 0201, 0202, 0203 may count toward the minor. The undergraduate adviser in Spanish must certify appropriate placement. Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the minor.

Women's Studies Minor: Women's Studies, an interdisciplinary minor, advances teaching, research and scholarship about women and women's perspectives. The minor sheds new light on existing knowledge of women and gender, integrates the study and voices of women into traditional disciplines, examines the impact of the social construction of gender and promotes social change to improve women's, men's and children's lives. Students who elect this minor choose 25 hours of course work from several academic disciplines: ANTH 0313, 0524, 0550, ENGL 0483, HDFS 0304, 0468, FLFR 0432, FLNG 0501, 0502, HIST 0325, 0326, POLI 0503, PSYC 0401, 0402, CRIM 0510 and SOWO 0320.

Options

Engineering. This program provides for enrollment in the Liberal Arts Curriculum and in the College of Engineering. Two degrees will be awarded: a bachelor of arts degree in the Liberal Arts major and a bachelor's degree in the designated engineering field. Students should receive dual advising through the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Engineering. Typically, five to six academic years are necessary to complete dual requirements.

Pre-Law. Most majors and curricula are accepted as preparation for the study of law. Courses deemed useful, and which may be taken as electives, in majors, and in some cases to fulfill certain core requirements, are as follows: ACCT 0215, 0241, 0242, COMM 0100, 0311, 0370, 0470, ENGL 0220, 0221, 0400, 0408, 0410, ECON 0202, 0203, 0433, HIST 0306, 0502, 0571, 0572, PHIL 0101, 0102, 0201, 0218, 0220, 0492, POLI 0330, 0332, 0501, 0502, 0503, 0504, 0518, PSYC 0201, 0356.

Most accredited professional law schools require for admission a bachelor's degree, an excellent scholastic record, and an excellent score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The LSAT should be taken at least nine months ahead of the projected date of law school entrance. The University conducts a Pre-Law Program in Haley Center to provide advice on preparing for the study of law and law school admission. Interested students should confer with the Practitioner in Residence during orientation sessions prior to entering Auburn and regularly thereafter.

Pre-Health. Most majors and curricula in Liberal Arts are accepted as preparation for professional degrees in health, including advanced degrees from schools of medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, occupational therapy and others. Generally, particular courses in the sciences, mathematics and philosophy should be taken in the University Core. Additional sciences and mathematics may be needed as electives. The University's Pre-Health adviser, housed in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, should be consulted for elective and core course guidance for assistance in applying to graduate/professional schools. The Liberal Arts adviser is available for all other matters related to the student's undergraduate studies.

Majors

Anthropology Major (ANT)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), BIOL 0105 Perspectives in Bilogy (5) Core Philosophy (5) BIOL 0106 Human Biology (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: ANTH 0200 Biosocial Background (3), ANTH 0201 Cultural Framework (3), ANTH 0206 Cultural Anthrop. (5), ANTH 0207 Archaeology (5), ANTH 0306 Phys. Anthropology (5), ANTH 0511 Lang. and Cult. (5), ANTH 0599 Senior Thesis (3), ANTH 0303 or 0403 (5), ANTH Electives (15), SOCY 201 Intro. to Sociology (3), SOCY 0220 Statistics (5), SOCY/RSOC 0370 Soc. Res. (5).

Hours in major, 62.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3).

Other: A 20-hour concentration approved by adviser. Electives, 19 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Art Major (ATLA)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (MUSI/THEA) (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core & Supporting Courses: Foreign Language (5-5-5), COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3).

Major: ARTS 0111-2-3 Fund. Draw. (4-4-4), ARTS 0121-2-3 Fund. Dsgn. (4-4 4), ARTS 0171-2-3 Hist. of Art (3-3-3).

Any six (6) courses from the following with at least one course in three (3) different sequences: ARTS 0211-0212-0213 Figure Drawing (4-4-4), ARTS 0231-0232-0233 Painting (4 4-4), ARTS 0241-0242-0243 Printmaking (4-4-4), ARTS 0251-0252-0253 Sculpture (4-4-4), ARTS 0255 Ceramics (4)., Three (3) 0300-level art history courses (3-3-3), Three (3) 0200/0300/0400-level studio courses (4-4-4).

Hours in major, 78. Electives, 35 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

Communication Major (COMM)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core : FLNG Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: RTVF 0330 Fnd. of Mass Comm. (5), COMM 0350 Fnd. of Hum. Comm. (5), COMM 0360 Fnd. Rhet. & Soc. (5), COMM 0100 Professional Communication (3). Two of these: COMM 0310 Sp. Before Aud. (5), COMM 0320 Oral Interp. (5) , COMM 0340 Comm. in Org. (5), COMM 0341 Sm. Group Comm. (5), COMM 0370 Arg. Discourse (5), COMM 0311 Persuasive Discourse (5) and 25 additional hours within the department, at least 15 of which must be at the 0400 level or higher. Hours in major, 53.

Note: COMM 0350, 0360 and RTVF 0330 are prerequisites for all 0400-level departmental courses for majors in all COMM sequences.

Supporting Courses: 30 hours must be taken in one or 15 hours in each of two cognate areas outside the department but with adviser approval.

Electives, 21 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Communication Disorders Major (CMDS)

Students desiring the Communication Disorders (CMDS) major must formally apply for admission to the program after completion of 45 quarter hours of course work that meets university core requirements. Applications and procedures for admission are available in the CMDS Department, 1199 Haley Center. Admission decisions are made Fall and Spring quarters, however, applications may be submitted at any time.

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5) ENGL 0112 English Composition (5) ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: CMDS 0340 Sp. & Hear. Mech. (5), CMDS 0341 Phonetics (4), CMDS 0350 Intr. Sp. Path-Aud. (5), CMDS 0355 Sp. & Hear. Sci. (4), CMDS 0558 Clin. Proc. Sp. Path. (4), CMDS 0559 Sp.-Lang. Path. (2), CMDS 0551 Articulation Dis. (5), CMDS 0552 Lang. Acq. in Child. (5), CMDS 0553 Fluency Dis. (5), CMDS 0554 Vocal Dis. (5), CMDS 0560 Intr. Audiology (5), CMDS 0556 Ch. Adol. Lang. Dis. (4), CMDS 0562 Hr. Ev., Rehab./Con. (5), CMDS 0565 Intr. Clin. Audio. (4).

Hours in major, 62.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), Concentration approved by adviser (20).

Electives, 19 hours; 2.2 overall GPA required to take courses above the 0300 level; 2.5 overall GPA to take Clinical Practicum (CMDS 0559).

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Corporate Journalism Major (JMC)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: Prerequisites JRNL 0101 and 0111. JRNL 0221 Beg. Newswriting (5), JRNL 0313 Reporting (5), JRNL 0304 Intro. to PRCM (5), JRNL 0314 Editing (3), JRNL 0321 Newspaper Design (5), JRNL 0322 Feature Writing (5), JRNL 0404 PRCM Case Studies (5), JRNL 0421 Photo-Journalism (5).

One of the following: JRNL 0423-0423 Journalism Workshop 1-1 JRNL 0425 Internship (4).

One of the following: JRNL 0470 Freelance Feature Writing (3), JRNL 0485 Adv. Reporting (3).

Hours in major, 43-45 (excluding prerequisites).

Supporting Courses: JRNL 0101 Newspaper Style (3), JRNL 0111 Newspaper Lab. (1), COMM 0100 Prof. Comm (3), ENGL 0404 Tech. Writing (5), ENGL 0408 Bus. Writing (5).

At least 20 hours from the following: ACCT 0241 Bus. Law (5), MKTG 0331 Prin. Mkting. (5), MKTG 0332 Mkt. Comm. Mgt. (5), MKTG 0341 Buyer Behavior (5), SOCY 0204 Soc. Behavior (5), SOCY 0507 Public Op. & Prop. (5), PSYC 0201 Psychology (5), PSYC 0358 Social Psychology (5), ECON 0202 Economics I (5), ENGL 0416 Tech. & Prof. Editing (5), POLI 0341 Pressure Groups (3), POLI 0342 Politics/the Media (5).

Two of the following courses: COMM 0250 Fnd. of Hum. Comm. (5), RTVF 0336 Television Prod. (5), RTVF 0338 Broad. Newswrit. (5).

Electives, 24-26 hours

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192.

 

Criminal Justice Major (CJUS)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: POLI 0210 St. & Loc. Gov't (5), POLI 0325 Intro. to PHIL (5), CJUS 0565 CJUS Org. & Admin. (5), POLI/CJUS 0260 Intro. Crim. Justice (5), CJUS 0335 Criminal Law (3), Any CRIM course (5), Two add. CJUS courses (8-10), POLI/CJUS 0504 or CJUS 0336 (5 or 3).

One of the following: SOCY 0202 Social Problems (5), SOCY 0301 Soc. of the Family (5), SOCY 0304 Minority Groups (5), SOCY 0360 Soc. Epidemiology (5) SOCY 0525 Seminar in Deviance (5) PSYC 0356 Abnormal Psych. (5), PSYC 0400 Psych. in CJUS (5), HDFS 0267 Human Development (5).

One of the following: POLI 0300 Research Methods (5), SOCY 0220 Statistics (5), SOCY 0370 Methods (5), PSYC 0303 Research Methods (5), RSOC 0370 Methods (5).

One of the following: POLI 0333 Admin. Resp. (3), PHIL 0492 Philosophy of Law (5), PHIL 0504 Mod. Ethical Theories (5).

Courses selected from the following to bring the total number of CJUS hours to 60. Any CJUS course, Any CRIM course, POLI 0330 Law & Conf. Res. (5), POLI 0332 Jud. Process (3), CJUS 0336 Policy and Process (3), POLI 0501 Con. Law I (5), POLI 0502 Con. Law II (5), POLI 0503 Con. Law III (5), POLI/CJUS 0504 Con. Law IV (5).

At least three courses in major must be at the 0400-level or above.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED for the major, 60

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), SOCY 0201 Intro. Sociology (3)

Electives, 38 (see departmental recommendations)

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Criminology Major (CRIM)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), SCMH 0101 or Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: SOCY 0201 Intro. to Sociology (3), CRIM 0302 Criminology (5), CRIM 0308 Juv. Delinq. (5), CRIM 0450 Soc. Crim. Law (5), SOCY 0220 Statistics (5), SOCY 0370 Meth. Soc. Res. (5), CRIM 0415 or 0420 (5), CRIM 0426 or 0530 (5), SOCY 0409 or 0502 (5).

Three of the following: CRIM 0500 Serial & Mass Murder (5), CRIM 0501 Drugs & Soc. (5), CRIM 0510 Wom. in Crim. Just. (5), CRIM 0515 Police & Soc. (5), CRIM 0520 Victimology (5), CRIM 0522 Special Topics (5).

Two of the following: ANTH 0206 Cult. Anthrop. (5), PSYC 0400 Psych. in CJUS Sys. (5), SOCY 0304 Minority Groups (5), SOWO 0375 Intr. Soc. Welfare (5), POLI 0504 Const. Law IV (5).

Hours in major, 68.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Other: A 20-hour concentration selected with adviser. Electives, 13 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Economics Major (ECLA)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: ECON 0202 Economics I (5), ECON 0203 Economics II (5), ECON 0302 Intermed. Micro. (5), ECON 0554 Hist. Econ. Thought (5), ECON 0556 Intermed. Macro. (5), plus 25 hours of economics courses at the 0300-level or above. Hours in major, 50

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Electives, 63 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192.

 

English Major (ENGL)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: ENGL 0403 Interpreting Texts (5) ENGL 0411 Intro. to Linguistics (5) and forty (40) additional credit-hours in English courses numbered 0300 or above, at least thirty-five (35) of which must be in 0400- or 0500-level courses, and twenty (20) of which must be in a department-approved concentration. The department offers preset concentrations in literature, linguistics and rhetoric, creative writing and technical and professional writing; concentrations may also be individually designed. Hours in major, 50.

Supporting Courses: 20 hours of course work at the 0200-level or above in a subject of the student's choice.

Electives, 34 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Foreign Languages-International Trade Major (FLFT, FLGT, FLST)

Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the major.

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: FLFR, FLGR or FLSP (5-5-5).

Major: Includes completion of a major in French, German or Spanish. Also includes second and third years of the language and the following courses are required in the respective languages: FLFR 0321 Bus. French (3), FLGR 00401 Bus. German (3), FLSP 0320 Bus. Spanish (3), FLFR 0421 French Inatl. Trade (4), FLGR 00402 German Inatl. Trade (3), FLSP 0321 Span. Inatl. Trade (3), FLSP 0304 Composition (3), FLSP 0305 Hispanic Lit. (3).

Hours in major, 45 in French and Spanish, 48 in German.

Supporting Courses: ECON 0202 Economics I (5), ECON 0203 Economics II (5), ACCT 0211 Intr Acct. I (4), ACCT 0212 Intr Acct. II (4), COMP 0100 PC Apps. (3), MKTG 0331 Prin. Mkt. (5), MNGT 0310 Prin Mgt. (5), FINC 0361 Prin. Fin. (5), ECON 0571 Inatl Econ. (5), FINC 0451 Multinatl Fin. Mgt. (5), COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), ENGL 0408 Business Writing (5), and five hours from any upper-division course related to business and approved by the adviser.

Electives, Variable depending on major.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

French Major (FLFR)

Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the major.

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: FLFR 0101-0102-0103 (5-5-5).

Major: FLFR 0201-0202-0203 Second-Yr. French (4-4-4) FLFR 0301 Conversation (3) FLFR 0302 Composition (3) FLFR 0303 Civilization (3) and twenty-four (24) additional credit hours from courses numbered 0300 or above. Hours in major, 45.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3).

Electives, 56 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Geography Major (GEOG)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: FLNG Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: GEOG 0214 Intr. Phys. Geog. (5) GEOG 0215 Intr. Hum. Geog. (5) GEOG 0223 Field Geog. (5) GEOG 0240 Intr. Cartography (5) GEOG 0500 Research Techniques (5) and thirty (30) additional hours, 25 of which must be at the 0300-level or above. Hours in major, 55.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Other: Electives, 46 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

German Major (FLGR)

Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the major.

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: FLGR 0101-0102-0103 (5-5-5).

Major: FLGR 0201 Intermediate German (4), FLGR 0202 Intermediate German (4), FLGR 0203 Intermediate German (4), FLGR 0301 Beg. Comp. & Conv. (3), FLGR Intermed. Comp. & Conv. (3), FLGR Adv. Comp. & Conv. (3), FLGR 0311 German Civ. I (3), FLGR German Civ. II (3), FLGR 0313 Intro. Literature (3).

Additional 18 credit hours in courses at 0300-level or above. Hours in the major, 48.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Electives, 53 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Health Services Administration Major (HSA)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), HIST 0101-0102-0103 (9), MATH 0160 Pre-Calculus (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), BIOL 0105 Perspectives (5), BIOL 0106 Human Biology (5), PHIL Ethics & Health (5).

College Core: FLNG Foreign Language (15).

Major: HADM 0320 Health Policy (5), HADM 0360 Intro. Health Ad. (5), HADM 0361 Health Law (3), HADM 0370 Health Community (3), HADM 0450 Internship (10), HADM 0451 Int. Readings (5), HADM 0500 Health Care Org. (3), HADM 0510 HADM Finance (3), ACCT 0211 Accounting I (4), ACCT 0212 Accounting II (4), COMP 0100 Personal Computers (3), SOCY 0577 Medical Soc. (5), VOED 0352 Medical Term. (5), ENGL 0408 Bus. Writing (5).

Two of the following: HADM 0530 Regulation (3), HADM 0531 Medical Technology (3), HADM 0532 Long-Term Care (3), HADM 0539 Topics (3).

One of the following: POLI 0209 U.S. Government (5), POLI 0210 State and Local Government (5).

One of the following: POLI 0326 Organizational Theory (5), PSYC 0359 Industrial Psychology (5).

One of the following: ACCT 0213 Cost & Budget (4), POLI 0514 Financial Administration (3).

One of the following: MNGT 0314 Intro MIS (2), VOED 0305 Records Management (3).

One of the following: SOCY 0220 Statistics (5), RSOC 0220 Statistics (5), MNGT 0301 Bus. & Econ. Statistics (3), Hours in Major, 89-91.

Electives, 22-24 hours.

TOTAL - 189 QUARTER HOURS
OPTIONAL CERTIFICATES OF CONCENTRATION

FINANCE (23 hours): ACCT 0311 Inter. Accounting I (5), ACCT 0312 Inter. Accounting II (5), ECON 0202 Economics I (5), HADM 0539 Topics: Finance (3), FINC 0361 Prin. Bus. Finance (5).

Long-term care (22 hours): HADM 0532 Long-Term Care (3), HADM 550 Special Problems (3-5), SOCY 201 Intro. Sociology (5),

Three of the following: HDFS 0477 Family and Aging (5), SOCY 0477 Soc. of Aging (3), SOWO 0375 Intro. to Social Welfare (5), SOWO 0385 Aging Issues & Services (2-5).

Other courses approved by adviser.

 

History Major (HIST)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), HIST 0101-0102-0103 Wld History or Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), HIST 0121-0122-0123 Tech. & Civ. (3-3-3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5) Core Science (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major - One of these pairs of courses: HIST 0201 and 0202 History of U.S. 5-5 or HIST 0207 and 0208 European History 5-5 HIST 0405 Hist. Res. & Writing (3) HIST 0406 Hist. Res. & Writing II (3).

A minimum of 34 additional hours of history courses, 15 hours of which must be at the 0500-level. Hours in major, 50.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Other: Electives, 63 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

Journalism Major (JRNL)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major - Prerequisites: JRNL 0101 and 111. JRNL 0221 Beginning Newswriting (5), JRNL 0313 Reporting (5), JRNL 0314 Editing (3), JRNL 0321 Newspaper Design (5), JRNL 0322 Feature Writing (5), JRNL 0323 Newspaper Mgmt. (5), JRNL 0421 Photo-Journalism (5), JRNL 0465 Hist. & Prin. Journalism (5), JRNL 0422-0423 JRNL Workshop (1-1), or JRNL 0425 Journalism Internship (4).,

One of the following: JRNL 0470 Freelance Feature Writing (3), JRNL 0485 Advanced Reporting (3).

Hours in major, 43-45 (excluding prerequisites).

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), POLI 0342 Politics & Media (5), JRNL 0101 Newspaper Style (3), JRNL 0111 Newspaper Lab. (1), ENGL 0400 Adv. Comp. (5), ENGL 0404 OR 0408 (5).

Electives, 49-51 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

Mass Communication Major (RTVF)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), SCMH 0101 or Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), RTVF 0330 Found. of Mass Comm. (5), COMM 0350 Human Comm. (5), COMM 0360 Found. of Rhetoric (5), RTVF 0439 Internship (3 or 6).

One of the following: RTVF 0234 Radio Prod. (5), RTVF 0236 Tele. Prod. (5), RTVF 0237 Elect. Fld. Prod. (5).

One of the following: RTVF 0335 Writing for RTVF (5), RTVF 0338 Broadcast Newswriting (5), RTVF 0322 Feature Writing (5).

Twenty hours from the following: RTVF 0235 Intro. to Film Studies (5), RTVF 0430 Rad./TV Pro. St. (5), RTVF 0431 So. Inf. Mass Med. (5), RTVF 0432 Broad. Mgt. (5), RTVF 0433 Media Law/Reg. (5), RTVF 0590 Special Topics in RTVF (5), RTVF 0436 Cinema/Society (5), RTVF 0434 Audience Research (5), RTVF 0420 Hy. of Amer. Broadcast (5), RTVF 0421 Cult. & Mass Comm. (5).

Hours in major, 51-54.

Note: COMM 0350, 0360 and RTVF 0330 are prerequisites for all 0400-level departmental courses in all COMM sequences.

Supporting Courses: 30 hours must be taken in one or 15 hours in each of two cognate areas outside the department and approved by adviser.

Electives, 20 or 23 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Philosophy Major (PHIL)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), PHIL 0101 Intro. to Logic (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: PHIL 0102 Intro. to Ethics (5). Also 15 hours in history of philosophy which shall be met by taking: PHIL 0333 Ancient/Early Med. (5) PHIL 0334 Late Med./Early Mod. (5) PHIL 0335 Recent/Contemp. (5) or by taking any two of the above plus one 5-hour course substitution drawn from approved alternatives and allowed in consultation with the department chair. The student will choose 35 additional hours of PHIL courses, at least 25 hours of which must be at or above the 0300 level and at least 15 hours of which must be at the 0400 or 0500 levels. Hours in major, 55.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3).

Other: Electives, 58 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

Religious Studies Option (RELG)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), PHIL 0101 Intro. to Logic (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: RELG 0201 Intr. to Religion (3), RELG 0303 or 0304 or 0340 or 0402 (5), PHIL 0102 Intro. to Ethics (5), PHIL 0330 Philosophy of Religion (5). Also 15 hours in history of philosophy which shall be met by taking: PHIL 0333 Ancient/Early Med. (5), PHIL 0334 Late Med./Early Mod.(5), PHIL 0335 Recent/Contemp.(5). Plus an additional 22 hours of RELG courses at or above the 0300 level. Acceptable choices also include SOCY 0509, HIST 0526 and 0390 when appropriate topic and approved by area adviser.

Hours in major, 55. Electives, 58 hours.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3).

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

Political Science Major (POLI)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), MATH 0160 Pre-Calculus (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: POLI 0209 Intro. to American Govt. (5), POLI 0300 Polit. Sci. Res. Meth. (5), Political Thought Course (5), and COMM 0100 Prof. Communication (3) or COMM 0141 or 0311 or POLI course with oral presentation requirement approved by the Political Science adviser.

One Political Science course in three of the following areas: Comparative Politics, Public Law and Conflict Resolution, International Relations and Public Administration (9-15).

Three additional Political Science courses in one of the following specializations, including one course at the 0400 or 500-level: American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public Law and Conflict Resolution, Public Administration. Readings courses and internship courses may count toward the major, but they do not meet the distribution and specialization requirements outlined above (9-15).

Additional POLI electives to total 53 hours (3-20).

Free Electives, 48-51 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Psychology Major (PSYC)

FRESHMAN YEAR
 ENGL 0110 English Composition (5)  ENGL 0112 English Composition (5)  Core Mathematics (5)
 FLNG First Year (5)  FLNG First Year (5)  FLNG First Year (5)
 Core History (3)  Core History (3)  Core History (3)
 UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3)  UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3)  UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3)

SOPHOMORE YEAR
 SCMH 0101 or Core Science (5)  ENGL 0220 Great Books I (5)  ENGL 0221 Great Books II (5)
 COMM 0100 Prof. Comm (3)  Core Science (5)  PSYC 0303 Res. Meth. in Psych. (5)
 Core Philosophy (5)  PSYC 0201 Intro. to Psych. (5)  Elective (3)
   Core Fine Arts (3)  

JUNIOR YEAR
 PSYC 0304 Quant. An. in Psych. (5)  PSYC 0352 Learning (5)  PSYC Major (5)
 PSYC Major (5)  PSYC Major (5)  Electives (6)
 Elective (5)  Electives (6)  

SENIOR YEAR
 PSYC Major (10)  PSYC Major (10)  PSYC Major (5)
 Elective (5)  Elective (5)  Electives (10)

All majors will include PSYC 0201, 0303, 0304 and 0352, plus at least seven at the 0300-0500 level. Hours in major, 55.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

Public Administration Major (PUBA)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), SCMH 0101 or Core Sci. (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: POLI 0300 Research Methods (5), POLI 0325 Intro. to Public Admin. (5), POLI 0326 Theory of Public Org. (5), POLI 0327 Policy Process (5), POLI 0514 Financial Admin. (5), POLI 0515 Pub. Personnel Admin. (3).

30 hours from the following: POLI 0323 Municipal Gov't in U.S. (5), POLI 0333 Admin. Responsibility (3), POLI 0505 Metro. Area Gov't. (3), POLI 0328 Government &Economy (5), POLI 0518 Admin. Law (5), POLI 0519 Prob. in Pub. Admin. (5), POLI 0501-0502-0503-0504 (one) (5), POLI 0517 Labor Rel. Public Org. (3), POLI 0552 Prog. Evaluation (5).

Hours in major, 58.

Supporting Courses: POLI 0210 State & Local Gov't. (5), COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), COMP Personal Computer Apps (3).

20 hours outside Political Science chosen in consultation with adviser.

Other: Electives, 15 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Public Relations Major (PRCM)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5) ENGL 0112 English Composition (5) ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10) Core History (3-3-3) Core Mathematics (5) Core Fine Arts (3) UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3) UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3) UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3) Core Science (5) Core Science (5) Core Philosophy (5)

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5)

Major: RTVF 0330 Fnd. of Mass Comm. (5) COMM 0350 Fnd. of Hum. Comm. (5) COMM 0360 Fnd. of Rhet. & Soc. (5) PRCM 0304 Intro. to PRCM (5) COMM 0311 Persuasive Discourse (5) PRCM 0402 PRCM Camps./Ethics (5) PRCM 0404 Case Studies in PRCM (5) PRCM 0408 PRCM Writing & Res. (5) RTVF 0439 Internship (3) or 6 COMM 0451 Rsrch. Meth. in Comm. (5) COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

One of the following: RTVF 0234 Radio Prod. (5) RTVF 0236 TV Prod. (5) RTVF 0237 Elect. Field Prod. (5)

Two of the following: RTVF 0335 Writ. TV/Radio/Film (5) RTVF 0338 Broadcast Newswriting (5) COMM 0340 Comm. Organ. (5) and additional professional courses to complete the major. Hours in major, 66 or 69.

Supporting Courses: JRNL 0101 Newspaper Style (3) ECON 0202 (or AGEC 0202) Economics I (5) and 3 courses from the following: JRNL 0221 Beg. Newswrit. (5) JRNL 0313 Reporting (5) JRNL 0314 Copyread. & Edit. (3) JRNL 0321 Newsp. Design (5) JRNL 0322 Feature Writing (5) and 4 courses from the MKTG & POLI group. MKTG 0331 Prin. Mkt. (5) MKTG 0341 Buyer Behavior (5) MKTG 0432 Promotional Strategy (5) MKTG 0433 Retail Store Mgt. (5) MKTG 0440 International Marketing (5).

Note: COMM 0350, 0360 and RTVF 0330 are prerequisites for all 0400-level departmental courses in all COMM sequences.

Electives, 5 or 14 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192

 

Social Work Major (SOWO)

The Bachelor of Arts in Social Work degree is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. A person with a degree from an accredited institution is eligible to take the examination for licensure as a baccalaureate-level social worker (LBSW) and apply for advanced standing in social work graduate programs.

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), BIOL 0105 Persp. in Biology (5), BIOL 0106 Human Biology (5), PHIL 0218 Ethics & Health (5).

College Core: FLNG (FLSP recommended) (5-5-5).

Major: Admission to the program required before enrolling in SOWO 506 and higher-numbers courses. Courses SOCY 0201, SOWO 0320 and 0375 must be completed with a grade of C or better prior to application. SOCY 0201 Intro. to Sociology (3), SOWO 0320 Field Practicum (4), SOWO 0375 Intro. Soc. Welfare (5), SOWO 0376 Com. Social Services (5), SOWO 0380 Hm. Bhav. Soc. Env. (5), SOWO 0381 Hm. Bhav. Soc. Env. (5), SOWO 0506 SOWO Methods I (5), SOWO 0507 SOWO Methods II (5), SOWO 0508 SOWO Methods III (3), SOWO 0575 Soc. Welfare Policy (5), SOWO 0420 SOWO Field Pl. (15).

Hours in major, 60.

Supporting Courses: ANTH 0201 Cultural Framework (3), PSYC 0212 Dev. Psychology (5), COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3), SOCY 0220 Statistics (5), SOCY 0304 Minority Groups (5), SOCY 0370 Meth. of Social Research (5), RSOC 0362 Community Organization (4).

Electives, 14 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Sociology Major (SOCY)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: ANTH 0200 Biosocial Backgrnd. (3), ANTH 0201 Cult. Framework (3), SOCY 0201 Intr. Sociology (3), SOCY 0203 Population & Society (5), SOCY 0220 Statistics (5), SOCY 0370 Social Research (5).

One of the following: SOCY 0409 Social Thought (5), SOCY 0411 Social Change (5), SOCY 0502 Social Theory (5).

One of the following: SOCY 0304 Minority Groups (5), SOCY 0520 Racial/Ethnic Rel. (5), ANTH 0313 Anth. of Gender (5), CRIM 0510 Wom. in CJUS Sys. (5), SOCY 0511 Third World Develop. (5), SOCY 0515 Social Stratification (5).

One of the following: SOCY 0301 Sociology of the Family (5), SOCY 0478 Seminar in Sociology of the Law (5), SOCY 0509 Sociology of Religion (5), SOCY 0577 Seminar in Medical Sociology (5).

One of the following: SOCY 0202 Social Problems (5), SOCY 0477 Sociology of Aging (3), SOCY 0525 Social Deviance (5), CRIM 0302 Criminology (5), CRIM 0308 Juvenile Delinquency (5), CRIM 0501 Drugs & Society (5).

One of the following: SOCY 0204 Social Behavior (5), SOCY 534 Socialization (5), One of the following: SOCY 0504 Sociology of Power (5), SOCY 0505 Urban Sociology (5), SOCY 0507 Pub. Opinion & Prop. (5), SOCY 0508 Industrial Sociology (5), SOCY 0518 Soc. of Occupations (5), RSOC Elective (5), SOCY/ANTH/RSOC (6-8).

Total hours in major: 60

Supporting Courses: Concentration of 20 hours approved by adviser. COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Other: Electives, 21 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Spanish Major (FLSP)

Students must earn a C and maintain a 2.5 GPA in all courses that count toward the major.

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (5), Core Science (5), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: FLSP 0101-0102-0103 (5-5-5).

Major: FLSP 0201-0202-0203 (4-4-4), FLSP 0301 Phonetics (3), FLSP 0302 Syntax (3), FLSP 0303 Conversation (3), FLSP 0304 Composition (3), FLSP 0305 Intro. Hispanic Lit. (3), and 18 additional credit hours in courses numbered 0300 or above. Hours in major, 45.

Supporting Courses: COMM 0100 Prof. Comm. (3)

Other: Electives, 56 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 180

 

Theatre Major (THLA)

University Core: ENGL 0110 English Composition (5), ENGL 0112 English Composition (5), ENGL 0220-0221 Grt. Bks. I & II (10), Core History (3-3-3), Core Mathematics (5), Core Fine Arts (ARTS/MUSI) (3), UNIV 0101 Society & Culture (3), UNIV 0102 Pol. Econ. (3), UNIV 0103 Indiv. & Society (3), Core Science (10), Core Philosophy (5).

College Core: Foreign Language (5-5-5).

Major: THEA 0200 Intro. Acting (3), THEA 0231 Theatre Technology I (3), THEA 0240 Theatrical Design (3), THEA 0261 Costume Construction (3), THEA 0265 Stage Makeup (3), THEA 0271 Play Analysis (3), THEA 0272 Dramatic Lit. (3), THEA 0284 Dance Techniques (2), THEA 0321 Directing Fund. (3), THEA 0371 History of Theatre I (3), THEA 0372 History of Theatre II (3), THEA 0373 History of Theatre III (3), Theatre Electives (13) THEA 0300 Theatre Lab. (12).

Hours in major, 60.

Electives, 56 hours.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED, 192
 

 

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