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Liberal Arts Core Course Requirements(2011-2012)

 (Source: Undergraduate catalog, pages 24-25)

Introduction to the Liberal Arts, 2-3 hours

LA 101, An Introduction to the Liberal Arts, 2 hours

HUM 101, Humanity and the Cosmos I, 3 hours - Honors Students Only

Studies in Biblical Traditions, 6 hours

REL 101, Introduction to the Old Testament, 3 hours

REL 102, Introduction to the New Testament, 3 hours

Studies in Communications, 6 hours

ENG 101, Writing and Literary Studies I, 3 hours

Three hours from the following:

COMM 135, Speech Fundamentals, 3 hours

COMM 230, Interpersonal Communications, 3 hours

Studies in Mathematics and Science, 9 hours

Any MATH 100 or 200 level class, 3 hours

Six hours from the following:

BIOL 101, Human Biology, 3 hours

BIOL 102, Environmental Science, 3 hours

BIOL 105, General Biology I, 4 hours

BIOL 106, General Biology II, 4 hours

BIOL 207, Human Anatomy and Physiology I, 4 hours

BIOL 208, Human Anatomy and Physiology II, 4 hours

BIOL 304, Field Botany, 3 hours

BIOL 380, Zoology for Non-Science Majors, 3 hours

CHEM 100, Chemistry in Controversy, 3 hours

CHEM 101, Introductory Chemistry, 4 hours

CHEM 103, General Chemistry I, 4 hours

CHEM 104, General Chemistry II, 4 hours

GEOL 101, Introduction to Physical Geology I, 3 hours

PHYS 100, Physics in Everyday Life, 3 hours

PHYS 101, Physics of Musical Sound, 3 hours

PHYS 102, Basic Physics and Astronomy, 3 hours

PHYS 103, General Physics I, 4 hours

PHYS 104, General Physics II, 4 hours

PHYS 110, Elementary Astronomy, 3 hours

PHYS 201, Principles of Physics I, 4 hours

PHYS 202, Principles of Physics II, 4 hours

Studies in Personal/Social Awareness, 6 hours

Three hours from the following:

ECON 204, Economic Concepts, 3 hours

ECON 210, Principles of Microeconomics, 3 hours

HIST 201, United States History I, 3 hours

HIST 202, United States History II, 3 hours

PHIL 101, Practical Reasoning, 3 hours

PHIL 301, Christian Ethics, 3 hours

PSC 101, Introduction to Civil Rights and Liberties, 3 hours

PSC 102, American Government and Politics, 3 hours

PSC 202, Faith, Freedom and the Individual, 3 hours - Honors Students Only

Three hours from the following:

CFS 206, Human Development through the Lifespan, 4 hours

PSY 101, Introduction to Behavioral Science, 3 hours

PSY 102, Understanding Human Behavior, 3 hours

PSY 204, Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence, 3 hours

PSY 206, Human Development Through the Lifespan, 4 hours

PSY 318, Ecological Psychology, 3 hours - Honors Students Only

SOC 101, Introduction to Sociology, 3 hours

SOC 105, Social Problems, 3 hours

Studies to Enhance a World Perspective, 18 hours for BA, 12 hours for BM, BS, and BSN

ENG 201, Writing and Literary Studies II, 3 hours

HUM 102, Humanity and the Cosmos II, 3 hours - Honors Students Only

ENG 301, Writing and Literary Studies III, 3 hours

Three hours from the following:

HIST 133, World History I, 3 hours

HIST 134, World History II, 3 hours

HIST 135, Early Civilizations, 3 hours

Three hours from the following:

ART 210, Art Appreciation, 3 hours

ENG 310, Introduction to the Art of Film, 3 hours

FA 301, Form and Expression in the Contemporary Arts, 3 hours - Honors Students Only

Music Ensembles, 3 hours

MUS 133, Appreciation of Music, 3 hours

TH 110, Introduction to the Theatre, 3 hours

Foreign Language: BA degrees require 6 hours of foreign language at the 100 or 200 level as determined by the degree department. BS, BM, or BSN degrees may also require foreign language. Please see student’s major for specific requirements.*(See catalog for further description.)

Senior Capstone Course or Seminar, minimum of 1 hour credit (preferably taken in the last year of residency)