Degree Requirements 

Freshman Composition6
FRESHMAN COMPOSITION
FRESHMAN COMPOSITION
Humanities and Fine Arts12
Fine Arts: Choose one3
ARH SURV:ANCIENT-MEDIEVAL
ARH SURV:RENAISSANCE-MODERN
ARH SUR:NON-WESTERN TRADITIONS
DRAWING: FOUNDATIONS
THEATRE APPRECIATION
INTRO TO MUSIC LITERATURE
Literature: Choose one 13
READINGS LITERATURE/CULTURE I
READINGS LITERATURE/CULTURE 2
MYTHOLOGY
Speech3
Intro to Rhetorical Communication
Humanities: Choose one3
FL 204
Any 100 or 200 Foreign Language. 2
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
INTRO TO ETHICS
TECH, SCIENCE & HUMAN VALUES
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
INTRO WOMEN'S & GENDER STUDIES
Mathematics and Natural Sciences11-12
Mathematics: Choose one3-4
PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA
PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY
CALCULUS A
Natural Sciences: Choose two8
EXPLORING THE COSMOS I
EXPLORING THE COSMOS II
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY
ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB I
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB II
ENVIR EARTH SCI FND & APPLICA
CLIMATE AND GLOBAL CHANGE
CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS
GENERAL PHYSICS I
GENERAL PHYSICS II
GEN PHYSICS W/CALCULUS I
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB I
GEN PHYSICS W/CALC II
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB II
GEN PHYSICS W/CALC III
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB III
History and Social and Behavioral Sciences12
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I
LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENT
History: Choose one3
WORLD HISTORY TO 1500
WORLD HISTORY SINCE 1500
UNITED STATES TO 1877
UNITED STATES SINCE 1877
Social and Behavioral Sciences: Choose one3
PRINC OF MACROECONOMICS
PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS
GLOBAL SYSTEMS AND CULTURES
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
INTRO TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY
ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS
INTRO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
SOCIOLOGICAL PERSP TECH & SCI
INTRO WOMEN'S & GENDER STUDIES
Professional Studies10
Computer Science: Choose one3
INTRO COMPUTERS & PROGRAM
INTRO TO C PROGRAMMING
INTRO PROGRAMMING USING JAVA
COMPUTER SCIENCE I
Technical Writing3
TECHNICAL WRITING
Science w/Lab4
Choose one from the above list of approved Science courses.
Professional Studies
ED 301INTRO TO EDUCATION PRACTICUM1
ED 307MULTICULTURAL FND EDUCATION3
ED 308EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY3
ED 350TECHNOLOGY IN CLASSROOM3
ED 309CLASSROOM & BEHAVIOR MGMT3
EDC 301TCHG THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD3
EDC 311INSTR STRATEGIES INCLUSIVE CLR3
ED 408TCHG READING/CONTENT AREA3
ED 410FOUNDATIONS EDUC EVALUAT3
ED 423TCHG SC MID & SEC SCHOOLS3
Internship
ED 497HIGH SCHOOL INTERNSHIP12
Teaching Field
BYS 119PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BYS 120ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY4
BYS 219GENETICS AND EVOLUTION4
BYS 300CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY4
BYS 312PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY4
BYS 321GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY I4
BYS 490SENIOR CAPSTONE2
BYS 300+ Electives10
General Science Courses
Chemistry: Choose one option
Option 1:10
INTRO TO CHEMISTRY
and INTRO CHEMISTRY LAB
ELEM ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
ELEMENTARY BIOCHEMISTRY
Option 2:24
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB I
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB II
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
and QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS LAB
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB II
GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY
and GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY LAB
Physics: Choose one option
Option 1:8
GENERAL PHYSICS I
and GENERAL PHYSICS II
Option 2:8
GEN PHYSICS W/CALCULUS I
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB I
GEN PHYSICS W/CALC II
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB II
Astronomy8
EXPLORING THE COSMOS I
EXPLORING THE COSMOS II
Earth Science4
CLIMATE AND GLOBAL CHANGE
Total Semester Hours157-171
 
1

Students must take one literature and one history course. Students must also take either a second literature or history course to complete a sequence (EH 207 + EH 208EH 209 + EH 210HY 103 + HY 104, or HY 221 + HY 222)

2

For choices see the World Languages and Culture department.