General Education: Approved Writing Courses by Major

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ACCOUNTING

MGT 110:  Critical Thinking:  Gateway to Business
COM 210:  Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
BLW 355:
  Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
ACC: 320:
  Managerial Accounting
ACC 330:
  Federal Tax Accounting I
ACC 340:
  Accounting for Non-Profit Organizations
ACC 430
:  Auditing
ACC 431: 
Federal Tax Accounting II
ACC 440:  Advanced Accounting
FIN 428:  Applied Financial Management
MGT 495:  Management Policy and Simulation 

 


ADOLESCENCE EDUCATION (7 - 12)

EDU 301: Schooling, Pedagogy & Social Justice
LIT 396: Literacy in the Content Area
ADO 394: Interdisciplinary Methods
ADO 420 or ADO 421: Student Teaching and Cross Cultural Student Teaching

Courses from Concentrations that have been approved for WAC

Biology:
BIO 120 Molecular and Cellular Foundations or BIO 111 College Biology
Chemistry: CHE 111 w/lab General Chemistry
Earth Science: GEO 200 w/Lab Historical Geology or MET 210 Meteorology for Majors
English: ENG 204 Writing about Literature
Mathematics: MAT 215 Discrete Mathematics
Modern Languages: FRE 201 or 202 Intermediate French
GER 201 or 201 Intermediate German
SPA 201 or 202 Intermediate Spanish
Physics: PHY 111 College Physics
Social Studies: HIS 201 The American Experience or HIS 202 History of US to 1865 or HIS 203 History of US since 1865

AMERICAN STUDIES

Introductory: One required

HIS 201: The American Experience
HIS 202: The US to 1865
HIS 203: The US Since 1865
SOC 250: Structures of American Society

Writing to Learn: At least one required

ENG 3xx: Any course on a topic in American Literature
ENG 4xx: Any course on a topic in American Literature
ART 358: Survey of Native American Art
ECO 326: American Economic History
HIS 340: History of American Labor
HIS 341: America's Vietnam War
HIS 342: US Diplomacy in the 20th Century
HIS 350: Slavery in America
HIS 351: US Civil Rights Movement
HIS 354: Native American History
HIS 356: Civil War and Reconstruction
HIS 358: History of Urban America I
HIS 359: History of Urban America II
HIS 360: American History Through Biography
HIS 366: Age of Big Business
HIS 369: US Since 1945
MUS 316: American Music
MUS 317: Evolution of Jazz and Rock
PBJ 347: Crime and Society
PBJ 363: Women and Law
POL 333: Religion and Politics: Tolerance
POL 345: Constitutional Law
POL 355: Civil Liberties
POL 365: Political Parties
SOC 341: Social Inequity/Stratification
SOC 365: Urban Sociology
SOC 366: Popular Culture
SOC 370: Deviance
SOC 372: Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 379: White Collar Crime
SOC 381: Sociology of Gender Rules
SOC 383: Sociology of Aging

Advanced Writing: At least one required

AMS 400: Seminar in American Studies

Two courses from Writing to Learn or Advanced Writing



ANTHROPOLOGY

Primary courses

ANT 230: Principles of Archaeology
ANT 280: Biological Anthropology
ANT 344: Language and Culture

One from the ANT 370 series

Advanced writing

ANT 410: Issues in Anthropology: History, Theory and Methods



ART

Studio Art--BFA & BA
Choice of four from the following courses:
ART 207:
  Digital Media--Static or ART 323:  Digital Media for transfer students
ART 210:  Drawing I
ART 243:  Digital Photography
ART 353: 20th-Century Art
ART 496:  Capstone
   and one of the following courses:  ART 350, ART 353, ART 357, ART 358, ART 368, ART 369, ART 371, ART 374, ART 380, ART 381, ART 490

B.A. Art Major Track II (Art History)
All students are required to take the following courses:
ART 207:  Digital Media or ART 323:  Digital Media for Transfer Students
ART 353:  20th-Century Art
ART 471:  Seminar in Contemporary Issues
   and two of the following courses:  ART 350, ART 353, ART 357, ART 358, ART 368, ART 369, ART 371, ART 374, ART 380, ART 381, ART 490

B.A. / B.F.A. Graphic Design
Choice of five from the following courses:
ART 207:  Digital Media or ART 323:  Digital Media for Transfer Students
ART 210:  Drawing I
ART 243:  Digital Photography
ART 307:  Type and Image
ART 309:  Digital Media:  Motion and Interaction
ART 317:  Web Design I
ART 414:  Advanced problems in Graphics Design

 


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BIOLOGY and Zoology

Introductory - One required

BIO 112: College Biology I
BIO 120: Cellular and Molecular Foundations
BIO 213: College Biology II

Writing to Learn: 0 - 3 required

BIO 200: Environmental and Pop. Biology (not a majors course)
BIO 289: Computer Applications in Biology
BIO 301: Topics in Modern Biology
BIO 303: Conservation and Ethical Treatment of Non-human Primates
BIO 309: Cellular Physiology
BIO 310: Microbiology
BIO 316: Laboratory in Genetics
BIO 320: Introductory Ecology
BIO 325: Behavioral Biology
BIO 340: Plant Kingdom
BIO 341: Plants and Society
BIO 357: Plant Systematics
BIO 358: Plant Ecology
BIO 370: Animal Kingdom
BIO 440: Plant Developmental Biology
BIO 460: Conservation Biology
ZOO 320: General Physiology
ZOO 330: Inveertebrate Zoology
ZOO 340: Vertebrate Zoology
ZOO 360: Animal Physiology
ZOO 370: Comparative Anatomy
ZOO 373: Embryology
ZOO 380: Ecological Physiology
ZOO 384: Mammalogy
ZOO 405: Limnology
ZOO 440: Ichthyology
 

Intensive Writing - At least one required
 
BIO 399: Independent Study
BIO 400: Current Issues in Environmental and Pop. Biology
BIO 425: Evolution
BIO 439: Molecular Biology
BIO 492: Research
BIO 492: Problems in Biology
BIO 497: Senior Honors Thesis
BIO 498: Internship in Biology
BIO 499: Independent Study
ZOO 399: Independent Study
ZOO 497: Problems in Zoology
ZOO 498: Internship in Zoology
Zoo 499: Independent Study

BROADCASTING & MASS COMMUNICATION

BRC 229 or JLM 209
BRC 300 or BRC 301
BRC 319
BRC 320

Any one of the following:

BRC 328: Media Copywriting
BRC 329: News Reporting
BRC 429: BRC News Process
COM 303: Qualitative Communication Research Methods
COM 310: Semantics
COM 360: Persuasion
COM 370: Rhetoric of Contemporary Movements
COM 375: Rhetoric of Film
COM 380: Communication Ethics
COM 420: Studies in Speech Criticism

 


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Students are required to take a minimum of five courses:

MGT 110: Critical Thinking: Gateway to Business
COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
BLW 355: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
HRM 386: Human Resource Management
OPM 310: Operations Management
MGT 495: Management Policy and Simulation

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CHEMISTRY

CHE 111: General Chemistry I with Lab
CHE 322: Analytical Chemistry
CHE 341L: 1st Semester Physical Chemistry Laboratory
CHE 342L: 2nd Semester Physical Chemistry Laboratory
CHE 399: Independent Study
CHE 425: Instrumental Analysis
CHE 434L: Advanced Chemistry Laboratory
CHE 451L: Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
CHE 461L: Biochemistry Laboratory
CHE 462L: Biochemistry Laboratory
CHE 475: Geochemistry with Lab
CHE 494: Capstone Research
CHE 497: Research in Chemistry
CHE 499: Independent Study

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (1 - 6)

EDU 301: Schooling, Pedagogy & Social Justice (3sh.)
LIT 311: Language and Literacy Development for All Learners (3 sh.)
CED 393/394: Integrated Methods
CED 420 or CED 421: Student Teaching and cross Cultural Student Teaching

Courses from Concentrations that have been approved for WAC

The Arts:  ART 105:  Design I or ART 210:  Drawing I
                      MUS 113:  Introduction to Music LIterature and History
                      THT 110:  Introduction to Theatre
English:
ENG 204 Writing about Literature
Mathematics: MAT 215 Discrete Mathematics
Modern Languages: FRE 201 or 202 Intermediate French
                                          GER 201 or 202 Intermediate German
                                          SPA 201 or 202 Intermediate Spanish
Science: BIO 120 Molecular and Cellular Foundations or BIO 111 College Biology
or
GEO 200 w/lab Historical Geology
or
MET 210 w/lab Meteorology for Majors
or
CHE 111 w/lab General Chemistry
or
PHY111 w/lab College Physics
Social Studies: HIS 201 The American Experience or HIS 202 History of US to 1865 or HIS 203 History of US since 1865
Women's Studies: WST 200 Introduction to Women's Studies


CINEMA STUDIES

ENG 286: Introduction to Cinema and Screen Studies
ENG 386: The Cinema
ENG 388: Film Genre
ENG 486: World Cinema

Any one of the following courses:

ENG 220: Modern Culture and Media
ENG 387: Vision and Textuality
ENG 389: Documentary Traditions
ENG 390: Images of Native Americans on Film
ENG 487: Advance Study in Film Theory
ENG 488: Auteur Studies
ENG 489: Women and Screen Studies


COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Introductory

COG 166: Introduction to Cognitive Science

Writing to Learn

PSY 280: Analysis of Psychological Data
ANT 344: Language and Culture
COG 366: Computational Models of Cognitive Processes

Advanced

COG 468: Cognitive Science Capstone Seminar

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
COM 301: Communication Theories
COM 302: Message Criticism
or
COM 312: Communication Relationships and Society

Any two courses from the following:

COM 303: Qualitative Communciation Research Methods
COM 310: Semantics
COM 360: Persuasion
COM 370: Phetoric of Contemporary Movement
COM 375: Rhetoric of Film
COM 380: Communication Ethics
COM 420: Studies in Speech Criticism

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSC 221: Foundation of Computer Science
MAT 215: Discrete Mathematics
CSC 380: Software Engineering

Take two:

CSC 366: Computational Models of Cognitive Processes
CSC 416: Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
CSC 420: Graphic User Interfaces
CSC 454: System Simulation
CSC 458: Systems Analysis and Design
CSC 465: Algorithm Analysis and Design
CSC 466: Topics in Artificial Intelligence
CSC 480: Software Design

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ECONOMICS

Introductory (take both):

ECO 300: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECO 301: Intermeidate Microeconomic Theory
 

 Writing to Learn--take two:

 ECO 312: Econometrics
ECO 320: Comparative Economic Systems
ECO 322: Economics and Social Institutions
 ECO 326: American Economic History Before 1900
ECO 327: American Economic History Since 1900
ECO 330: Economic Development
ECO 345: International Monetary and Financial Management
ECO 356: Law and Economics
ECO 378: Health Economics
ECO 381: The Economics of Business Regulation
ECO 399: Independent Study in Economics

Advanced Writing--take one:

ECO 405: Seminar in Economic Theory and Policy
ECO 409: Applied Mathematical Economics Seminar
ECO 499: Independent Study for Honors in Economics

Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE 101:  Introduction to Engineering
ECE 233:  Signals and Systems

Mat 249:  Engineering Mathematics
ECE 401:  Senior Seminar

ECE 491:  Capstone Preparation
ECE 392:  Capstone Project


ENGLISH & CREATIVE WRITING

Literary Studies

ENG 204: Writing about Literature
ENG 304: Literary Criticism
ENG 465: Advanced Literary Seminar or ENG 485:  Words in the World

Two courses from among:

Any 300-level or 400-level literature course or ENG 302


Creative Writing

ENG 204:
Writing about Literature
ENG 304: Literacy Criticism

Take one:

CRW 2XX: Any 200-level CRW course

Take one:

CRW 3XX: Any 300-level CRW course

Take one:

CRW 395: Advanced Writing: Poetry/Fiction/Drama/Nonfiction
CRW 4XX: Advanced Writing: Poetry/Fiction/Drama/Nonfiction


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FINANCE

Students are required to take a minimum of five courses:

MGT 110: Critical Thinking: Gateway to Business
COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
BLW 355: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
FIN 354: Investments
FIN 428: Applied Financial Management
MGT 495: Management Policy and Simulation
ACC 330: Federal Tax Accounting I
FIN 426: Multinational Financial Management
FIN 427: Management of Financial Institutions

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GEOCHEMISTRY

GEO 200: Historical Geology with Lab
GEO 330: Structural Geology

Take three:

GEO 300: Environmental Geology for non-majors
GEO 301: Environmental Geology for Majors
GEO 335: Surface Water Hydrology
GEO 390: Geowriting
GEO 399: Independent Study
GEO 416: Petrology
GEO 417: Sedimentary Petrology
GEO 420: Stratigraphy & Sedimentology
GEO 430: Hydrogeology
GEO 440: Palentology
GEO 475: Geochemistry with Lab
GEO 499: Independent Study
OCE 300: Coastal Environments
OCE 375: Chemical Oceanography
OCE 400: Geological Oceanography


GEOLOGY

GEO 200: Historical Geology with Lab
GEO 330: Structural Geology

Take three:

GEO 300: Environmental Geology for Majors
GEO 301: Environmental Geology for Majors
GEO 335: Surface Water Hydrology
GEO 390: Geowriting
GEO 399: Independent Study
GEO 416: Petrology
GEO 417: Sedimentary Petrology
GEO 420: Stratigraphy & Sedimentology
GEO 430: Hydrogeology
GEO 440: Paleontology
GEO 475: Geochemistry with Lab
GEO 499: Independent Study
OCE 300: Coastal Environments
OCE 375: Chemical Oceanography
OCE 400: Geological Oceanography

GLOBAL AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

GLS 200
GLS 300
GLS 301
GLS 400 or GLS 401


At least one additional upper division writing elective (consult your advisor)

GRAPHIC DESIGN

a. Students shall take:

ART 105: Design I-Two-Dimensional
ART 210: Drawing I
ART 414: Advanced Problems in Graphic Design

b. Students may take from one to three courses from among the following:

Writing in Art History, Theory, Museum Studies, and Seminar:

ART 254: Critical Looking
ART 350: Italian Renaissance Art
ART 351: Northern Renaissance Art
ART 352: Nineteenth-Century Art
ART 353: Twentieth-Century Art
ART 357: Gender in the Visual Art
ART 358: Survey of Native American Art
ART 361: Art, Poetry, and Religion in Japan
ART 364: Medieval Art
ART 365: History of Graphic Design
ART 367: Islamic Art
ART 368: Chinese Art
ART 369: Japanese Art
ART 380: Introduction to Museum Studies
ART 381: Contemporary Museum Issues
ART 471: Seminar in Contemporary Art Issues

c. Students may take one advanced level course from another department to full the requirement
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HISTORY

Take two:



HIS 102W: World History in the Twentieth-Century
HIS 201W: The American Experience
HIS 206: Traditional Africa
HIS 207: Africa in the Modern World
HIS 208: Modern Asia
HIS 209: Traditional Asia and its Legacy
HIS 212: Women in History
HIS 214: Early Latin America
HIS 215: Modern Latin America
HIS 230: Western Heritage I
HIS 231: Western Heritage II
HIS 248: Women in American History, 1607 - 1920


Take two:

HIS 300: European Intellectual History in the 19th-Century
HIS 301: European Intellectural History in the 20th-Century
HIS 307: World War I
HIS 310: Religion in African History
HIS 312: Early Middle Ages
HIS 313: High and Late Middle Ages
HIS 314: Ancient Greece
HIS 315: Ancient Rome
HIS 317: Renaissance Europe
HIS 318: Reformation Europe
HIS 322: Nazi Germany
HIS 323: Europe Between the World Wars, 1917 - 1939
HIS 324: Europe Since 1945
HIS 326: World War II
HIS 328: Women in Modern Europe
HIS 329: The Cold War
HIS 330: Russia to 1917
HIS 331: Twentieth-Century Russia
HIS 334: Modern Britain
HIS 340: History of American Labor
HIS 341: America's Vietnam War
HIS 342: U.S. Diplomacy in the 20th-Century
HIS 344: History of American Immigration
HIS 345: The Early Republic: U.S. 1789 - 1844
HIS 346: History of Organized Crime
HIS 348: Women in the 20th-Century United States
HIS 350: Slavery in America to 1865
HIS 353: The Black Power Movement
HIS 354: Native American History
HIS 356: Civil War and Reconstruction
HIS 366: The Age of Big Business
HIS 369: U.S. Since 1945
HIS 373: History of Mexico
HIS 383: Modern China
HIS 385: Modern Japan
HIS 387: History of India
HIS 389: History of the Modern Middle East
HIS 395: Historic Preservation & Heritage Tourism
HIS 452: Regional & Local U.S. History
HIS 490: History Honors Thesis
HIS 491: History Honors II
HIS 499: Independent Study

Take one:

HIS 412: Seminar in Women's History
HIS 416: Seminar in Medieval History
HIS 424: Seminar in Modern European History
HIS 450: Seminar in U.S. History
HIS 482: Seminar in Third World History


HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

HDV 101: Introduction to Human Development
HDV 301: Research Methods in Human Development I
HDV 302: Research Methods in Human Development II
HDV 400: Research Design and Applications in Human Development
HDV 403: Advanced Applied Field Experience and Analysis in HDV

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

MGT 110: Gateway to Business

Take four:

BLW 355: Legal Environment of Business
COM 210:  Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
HRM 385: Organizational Behavior
HRM 386: Human Resource Management
HRM 458: Personnel Staffing
HRM 459: Collective Bargaining
HRM 463: Compensation Management
MGT 495: Management Policy and Simulation
ECO 355: Labor Law

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INFORMATION SCIENCE

ISC 110: Introduction to Information Science
ISC 220: Information Storage and Retrieval
ISC 300: Current Problems in Information Science
ISC 329: Database Management Systems in Business
ISC 330: Telecommunications

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JOURNALISM

JLM 209: Introduction to Journalism
JLM 210: Investigative Journalism
JLM 309: Journalism
JLM 319: Practicum

Take one from:

BRC 319: Mass Media and the Law
BRC 329: Broadcast News Reporting
COM 380: Communication Ethics
CRW 408: Creative Nonfiction Writing: Advanced
JLM 409: News Analysis and Opinion Writing

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LANGUAGE AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE

MLL 201 or 202:  Intermediate-level modern language
MLL 301 or 302:  Advanced-level modern language
MLL 310: Business French, German, or Spanish
MKT 390:  Global Marketing
ECO 320: Comparative Economic Systems (recommended but not mandatory)

LINGUISTICS


LIN 100: Introduction to Linguistics
ANT 344: Language and Culture
ENG 374: History and Development of the English Language
PHL 313: Philosophy of Language
CAS 444: Semiotics

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MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

Students are required to take a minimum of five courses:

MGT 110:
Critical Thinking: Gateway to Business
COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
BLW 355: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
ACC 320: Managerial Accounting
ACC 330: Federal Tax Accounting I
ACC 340: Accounting for Non-Profit Organizations
ACC 430: Auditing
ACC 431: Federal Tax Accounting II
ACC 440: Advanced Accounting
FIN 428: Applied Financial Management
MGT 495: Management Policy and Simulation


OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Students are required to take a minimum of five courses:

MGT 110: Critical Thinking: Gateway to Business
COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
BLW 355: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
OPM 310: Operations Management
OPM 410: Management Science
OPM 486: Materials Management
MGT 495: Management Policy and Simulation


MARKETING

Students are required to take a minimum of five courses:

MGT 110: Critical Thinking: Gateway to Business
COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
BLW 355: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
MKT 370: Consumer Behavior
MKT 375: Marketing Research
MKT 378: Sales
MKT 390: Global Marketing
MKT 466: Seminar in Marketing Management
MKT 467: Advertising and Promotion
MGT 495: Management Policy and Simulation

MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS, APPLIED

Introductory level courses (Choose 1):
ISC 110:
Introduction to Information Science
MAT 210: Calculus I

Writing to Learn courses (take three):
ECO 300: Intermediate Macro Theory
ECO 301: Intermediate Micro Theory
ECO 312: Introduction to Econometrics

Advanced Writing courses (take one):
ECO/MAT 409: Seminar in Applied Mathematical Economics
ECO 499:  Independent Study for Honors in Economics


MATHEMATICS

MAT 210: Calculus
MAT 215: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
MAT 347: Analysis A

Select two courses from among:

MAT 300: History of Mathematics
MAT 330: Introduction to Algebra
MAT 335: College Geometry
MAT 373: Number Theory
MAT 430: Algebra
MAT 442: Complex Analysis
MAT 447: Analysis B
MAT 454: Mathematical Statistics B

MATHEMATICS, APPLIED

See Math


METEOROLOGY

CHE 111: General Chemistry I with Lab
MET 210: Meteorology for Science Majors with Lab
MET 304: Synoptic Meteorology II with Lab
MET 350: Meteorological Experimentation with Lab
MET 497: Meteorology Seminar

MODERN LANGUAGES

French Majors

FRE 201: Intermediate French
FRE 202: Continuing Intermediate French
FRE 350 or 351:  Surven of French Literature
Any FRE 300-level (beyond FRE 302)
Any FRE 400-level (except FRE 498)

German Majors

GER 201: Intermediate German
GER 202: Continuing Intermediate German
GER 350 or 351:  Survey of German Literature
Any GER 300-level (beyond GER 302)
Any GER 400-level (except GER 498)

Spanish Majors

SPA 201:
Intermediate Spanish
SPA 202: Continuing Intermediate Spanish
SPA 350, 351, 352, or 353:  Survey of Hispanic Literature
Any SPA 300-level (beyond SPA 302)
Any SPA 400-Level (except SPA 498)


MUSIC

Take one:

MUS 101: Worlds of Music
MUS 112: Introduction to Music Literature
MUS 113: Introduction to Music Literature and History
MUS 117: Introduction to Music Listening through Jazz, Rock & Pop

Take one to three:

MUS 288: Efficient Body Use in the Performing Arts
MUS 301: Advanced Music Theory
MUS 307: An Introduction to Opera
MUS 312: Music in the Baroque Era
MUS 313: Music of the Classical Period
MUS 314: Music of the Romantic Period
MUS 315: Music of the Twentieth-Century
MUS 316: American Music
MUS 320: Renaiassance Music
MUS 323: Women and Music
MUS 329: Music and Politics
MUS 410: Ancient & Medieval
MUS 488: Efficient Body Use in the Performing Arts

Take one:

MUS 310: Music History I
MUS 311: Music History II
MUS 317: Evolution of Jazz & Rock
MUS 400: Form & Analysis
any advanced writing class from Art, Theatre, or Communication Studies


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PHILOSOPHY

Take one:

PHL 101: Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHL 105: Current Moral Problems
PHL 205: Introduction to Classical Ethics

Take one to three:

PHL 235: History of Ancient Philosophy
PHL 236: History of Modern Philosophy
PHL 305: Contemporary Ethics
PHL 306: Business Ethics
PHL 337: History of Recent Philosophy
PHL 360: Philosophy of the Middle Ages

Take one to three:

PHL 313: Philosophy of Language
PHL 317: Philosophy of Religion
PHL 322: Philosophy of Social Sciences
PHL 348: Philosophy and Feminism
PHL 370: Metaphysics
PHL 442: Social Philosophy
PHL 443: Philosophy of Law
PHL 471: Philosophy of Mind

PHILOSOPHY-PSYCHOLOGY

Take one:

PHL 101: Introduction to Critical Thinking
PHL 105: Current Moral Problems
PHL 205: Introduction to Classical Ethics
PHL 220: Theory of Knowledge

Take one to three:

PHL 235: History of Ancient Philosophy
PHL 236: History of Modern Philosophy
PHL 305: Contemporary Ethics
PHL 306: Business Ethics
PHL 321: Philosophy of Science
PHL 322: Philosophy of Social Science
PHL 337: History of Recent Philosophy
PHL 360: Philosophy of the Middle Ages
PSY 280: Analysis of Researach Data
PSY 290: Research Methods in Psychology

Take one to three:


 PHL 313: Philosophy of Language
PHL 317: Philosophy of Religion
PHL 348: Philosophy and Feminism
PHL 370: Metaphysics
PHL 442: Social Philosophy
PHL 443: Philosophy of Law
PHL 450: Current Topics in Philosophy Seminar
PHL 496: Joint Seminar in Philosophy/Psychology
PHL 475: History and Current Systems in Psychology

PHYSICS

PHY 111: College Physics I with Lab
PHY 212: College Physics II with Lab

or

PHY 112: University Physics with Lab
PHY 213: University Physics II with Lab

Take three:

PHY 321L: Electronics Laboratory
PHY 322L: Optics Laboratory
PHY 323L: Quantum Physics Laboratory
PHY 352L: Electrical Measurements Laboratory
PHY 430: Advanced Laboratory in Low Temperature Physics
PHY 431: Advanced Laboratory in Nuclear Physics
PHY 432: Advanced Laboratory in Optics

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POL 203: Critical Thinking in Politics

Take three from the following:

POL 303: Ancient and Medieval Political Thought
POL 307: European Politics
POL 309: International Law
POL 311: Public Policy Analysis
POL 313: Modern Political Thought
POL 319: International Organization
POL 321: Organizational Politics
POL 327: African Politics
POL 333: Religion and Politics
POL 337: Middle East Politics
POL 343: Democratic Theory
POL 345: Constitutional Law
POL 351: Public Personnel Management
POL 353: Contemporary Political Theory
POL 355: Civil Liberties
POL 357: Latin American Politics
POL 359: Nation State and Global Order
POL 361: Evaluating Public Policy
POL 363: Feminist Theory
POL 365: Political Parties
POL 367: Third World Politics
POL 369: Political Violence and Terrorism
POL 405: Mass Media and Public Opinion

POL 497: Seminar in Political Science

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 280: Analysis of Psychological Data
PSY 290: Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 40x: Experimental Psychology with Laboratory. Choose one PSY 40x:

PSY 401: Perception
PSY 402: Learning
PSY 403: Neuropsychology
PSY 404: Motivation

PSY 405: Cognition
PSY 30x: Expermential Psychology without Laboratory. Choose one PSY 30x:

PSY 301: Perception
PSY 302: Learning
PSY 303: Neuropsychology
PSY 304: Motivation
PSY 305: Cognition

PSY 475: History and Current Systems in Psychology
PSY 4xx: Advanced Topics in Psychology

(Note: that 4xx reflects all of our advanced topics courses listed in the Undergraduate Catalog.)

PUBLIC JUSTICE

*PBJ 201: Survey of American Non-Criminal Law
PBJ 301: Organizational Structure and Communication
PBJ 397: Practicum in Public Justice
PBJ 401: Seminar in Public Justice

Select one:

PBJ 347:  Crime and Society
PBJ 350:  Proseminar in Public Justice
PBJ 351:  Report Writing in Public Justice
PBJ 363:  Women and the Law
PBJ 383:  Terrorism and Homeland Security
PBJ 385:  Drugs and Crime
PBJ 387:  Research Methods and Data Analysis
PBJ 425:  Comparative Justice System
PBJ 460:  Current Issues in American Law
POL 309:  International Law
POL 345:  American Constitutional Law
POL 355:  Civil Liberties
SOC 370:  Sociology of Deviance
SOC 372:  Juvenile Delinquency

* Or equivalent:  if PBJ 201 is taken at a college other than Oswego, an additional advanced writing elective is required.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

COM 210: Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
COM 215: Introduction to Public Relations
COM 313: Writing for Public Relations

Take two:

BRC 229: Broadcast News Writing
BRC 400: Media and Society
JLM 209: Intro to Journalism
JLM 210: Investigative Reporting
JLM 409: News Analysis and Opinion Writing
COM 301: Communication Theories
COM 302: Message Criticism
COM 303: Qualitative Communication Research Methods
COM 310: Semantics
COM 312: Communication Relationships and Society
COM 360: Persuasion
COM 370: Rhetoric of Contemporary Movements
COM 375: Rhetoric of Film
COM 380: Communication Ethics
COM 415: Advanced Public Relations
COM 420: Studies in Speech Criticism

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SOCIOLOGY

Take one:
SOC 210:  Foundation of Sociological Theory
SOC 260: Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender
SOC 280: Social Problems

Take one to three:

SOC 310:
  Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 320: Survey Methodology
SOC 330: Qualitative Methods
SOC 341:  Social Inequality/Stratification
SOC 353:  Sociology of Tourism
SOC 365: Urban Sociology
SOC 366: Popular Culture
SOC 370: Deviance
SOC 372: Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 373:  Gangs in American Society
SOC 381: Sociology of Gender Roles
SOC 383: Sociology of Aging

Take one to three:

SOC 401: Topics in Sociology
SOC 442:  Race and Minorities
SOC 460:  Dynamics of Prejudice and Discrimination
SOC 463: Social Movements
SOC 490: Senior Seminar

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TEACHING ENG SPEAKER OTHER LANGUAGES

LIN 100:  Introduction to Linguistics
EDU 301:  Schooling, Pedagogy and Social Justice
LIT 311:  Language and Literacy Development for All Learns
TSL 360:  Methods of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
TSL 420 or TSL 421:  Clinically Rich Student Teaching I or Clinically Rich Student Teaching II

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

TED 209: Technical Writing and Literacy
TED 306: Methods of Teaching Technology
TED 410: Professional Field Experience
TED 411: Professional Field Experience
TED 414: Professional Topics and Problems

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT


TED 209: Technical Writing and Literacy
TED 498: Professional Internship

Select three from:

ACC 321: Accounting as a Management Tool
BLW 355: Legal Environment of Business
HRM 385: Organizational Behavior
HRM 386: Human Resources Management
MGT 395: International Business
MGT 460: Leadership
MGT 485: Production Managaement
MGT 486: Materials Managaement


THEATRE

THT 110: Introduction to Theatre

Select one:

THT 120: Stage Craft
THT 121: Stage Electronics and Mechanics
THT 130: The Actor's Self
THT 180: Voice and Diction
THT 181: Bodily Movement for the Theatre
THT 222: Introduction to Theatre Design
THT 310: Basic Stage Lighting
THT 322: Basic Scene Design
THT 324: The Business of Show Business
THT 333: Stage Management
THT 341: Principles of Directing
THT 351: Costume Design
THT 440: Advanced Directing
INT 111: Oral Interpretation of Literature
INT 120: Storytelling
INT 211: Oral Interpretation of Culturally Diverse Literature

Select one:

THT 251: Costume History
THT 308: Women and the Theatre
THT 364: Western Theatre
THT 365: Theatre of India, China and Japan
THT 471: Elizabethan Theatre
THT 472: The Theatre of Tragedy
THT 473: The Theatre of Comedy

Select two writing courses (300 level or above) (under advisement) from courses in Art, Music, English
or History departments. Courses include, but are not limiited to:

ENG 304: Literary Criticism
ENG 319: Shakespeare: An Introduction
ENG 340: Modern American Drama
ENG 342: The Nineteenth-Century American Novel
ENG 350: Modern Drama
ART 353: Twentieth-Century Art
HIS 312: Early Middle Ages
HIS 314: Ancient Greece
HIS 315: Ancient Rome
HIS 317: Renaissance Europe
HIS 328: History of Women in Modern Europe
MUS 307: Music and the Theatre: An Introduction to Opera
MUS 315: Music of the Twentieth-Century
MUS 316: American Music
MUS 317: The Evolution of Jazz and Rock
MUS 329: Music and Politics

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VOCATIONAL TEACHER PREPARATION

VTP 307: Introduction to Vocational Education
VTP 309: Vocational Curriculum Development
VTP 312: Methods of Teaching Vocation Subjects
VTP 313: Instructional Assessment in Vocational Education
VTP 314: Laboratory and Classroom Organization and Management
VTP 444: Serving Special Needs Learners in Vocational Education
VTP 445: Language Arts in the Vocational Classroom
VTP 485/490: Vocational Supervised Student Teachng

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WELLNESS MANAGEMENT

HSC 101: Introduction to Health Promotion and Wellness
HSC 448: Health Promotion Program Planning
HSC 460: Exercise Prescription and Leadership
HSC 470: Wellness Skills: Application and Assessment
HSC 488: Evaluation and Research in Health Promotion


WOMEN'S STUDIES

WST 200: Introduction to Women's Studies

Take one of the following Theoretical Perspectives:

PHL 348: Philosophy and Feminism
POL 363: Feminist Political Theory
ENG 470: Feminist Theory

Take one of the following International Perspectives:

WST 300: International Perspective on Women

Take one of the following Capstone Experiences:

WST 498: Women's Studies Internship
WST 499: Senior Thesis/Creative Project
HIS 412: Seminar in Women's History

The fifth course may be fulfilled by any course approved for writing credit.

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