Arts and Sciences Notes

1. Proficiency exam or CSCI 1100, CECS 1100, or BCIS 2610.

2. Proficiency exam or COMM 1010, 1440, 2020, 2040 or 2060; or SPHS 1020 (for international students).

3. Contact the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures for placement into the appropriate level. Students must demonstrate proficiency by exam or complete the required prerequisites (LANG 1010-1020) before enrolling in LANG 2040 or 2050.

4. Consult the Department of Mathematics for placement into the appropriate level before first enrollment in a mathematics course.

5. See "Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum" in the College of Arts and Sciences section of this catalog for additional course options in mathematics.

6. Students who plan to take ENGL 2700 in place of ENGL 1320 should follow this sequence: ENGL 1310, 2210, 2220 and 2700.

7. See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog for a list of approved visual and performing arts courses. Note: Courses may not be used to satisfy more than one university core requirement. Completing upper division classes will help meet the 42 advanced hours requirement.

8. Understanding of Ideas and Values: One course per group from any two of Groups I, II, III. See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog for a list of approved courses. Courses may not be used to satisfy more than one university core requirement. Completing upper division classes will help meet the 42 advanced hours requirement.

9. See "Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum" in the College of Arts and Sciences section of this catalog for a list of approved sciences.

10. CHEM 1413 and 1423 are honors classes. These courses are recommended for freshmen who took honors chemistry in high school and have credit for or placed out of MATH 1100. Students who elect for honors chemistry enroll in regular CHEM 1430/1440 laboratory sections.

11. DANC 1100, Stress Reduction through Movement (3 hours); PHED 1000, Principles and Practices of Health Fitness (2 hours); PSYC 2580, Health Psychology (3 hours); or SMHM 1450, Principles of Nutrition (3 hours).

12. Advanced American/Texas History courses may be substituted. See "Supplemental Information for BA with a Major in History" in the College of Arts and Sciences section of this catalog for a list of approved advanced U.S. History options (Group A).

13. Approval of adviser is required.

14. Course fulfills core requirement.

15. Students may opt to satisfy requirements for a minor in lieu of free elective hours. A minor requires a minimum of 18 hours, including at least 6 advanced hours. Refer to the department's section of this catalog for specific course requirements for the minor.

16. Hours required in electives or options at either the lower level or upper level may vary based on proficiency exams (when applicable), course placement or core course selection. The student is responsible for completing 42 advanced hours and the total minimum of hours required for the degree. Consult your departmental adviser.

17. Understanding of Ideas and Values: One course from Group I or II. See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog for a list of approved courses.

18. Understanding of Ideas and Values: One course from Group I or III. See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog for a list of approved courses.

19. Understanding of Ideas and Values: One course from Group II or III. See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog for a list of approved courses.

20. 2.5 GPA is required in all advanced courses attempted in the division of science.

21. Advanced BIOL options should be chosen from lists provided as appropriate for the student's area of concentration with the assistance of a departmental undergraduate adviser.

22. BIOC 3620 (4 hours) or BIOC 4540-4550 (6 hours) or CHEM 3450 (4 hours) or CHEM 3530 (4 hours) to complete required chemistry minor.

23. Contact the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures for placement into the appropriate level. Students must demonstrate proficiency by exam or complete the required prerequisites (LANG 1010-1020) before enrolling in LANG 2040 or 2050. With approval of the departmental adviser, students may complete 12 hours of additional advanced biology, math or biochemistry as a substitution for foreign language.

24. Advanced BIOL options should be chosen from BIOL 3600 or 4300, 3450, 3510, 3520, 4090.

25. Eight hours of lower division BIOL classes can be used to complete a 20 hour biology minor. BIOL 1710/1730 and 1720/1740 and BIOL 2040 are recommended.

26. Prerequisite: dance placement audition. Dance 1400, 1410 should be taken for skill development required for 2400, 2410.

27. Suggested BIOL Advanced Options: BIOL 3050, Developmental Biology; BIOL 3380, Medical Bacteriology; BIOL 4200, Immunology; BIOL 4250, Pharmacology; BIOL 4300, Histology; BIOL 4530/4540, Virology; BIOL 4090, Parasitology; BIOL 4750/4760, Neurobiology; BIOL 4900, Special Problems.

28. Majors in RTVF should choose only one course from RTVF 3400, 4330, or 4460 to satisfy the writing requirement.

29. Required to meet the 40 advanced hours in science requirement. Option should be selected with the assistance of undergraduate adviser.

30. 2.75 GPA is required in all advanced courses attempted in the Department of Computer Science.

31. Can substitute LANG 3060 and 3070 or equivalent.

32. With the approval of the economics department adviser, students may complete 6 hours of mathematics beyond MATH 1720 (Calculus II) as a substitution for foreign language.

33. Courses are offered varying semesters. For rotation of courses, contact departmental adviser.

34. For the BS degree in Economics, the statistics courses MATH 1780 or MATH 4610-4650 are required.

35. 2.5 GPA is required for all courses required in the engineering technology area of concentration.

36. Selected, with approval of departmental adviser, from technical courses.

37. The choice of specific advanced English courses depends upon the concentration; see "Supplemental Information for BA with a Major in English" in the College of Arts and Sciences section of the catalog.

38. English majors who are seeking Secondary Certification must consult the English undergraduate adviser for specific advanced English course choices.

39. ENGL 4010 will apply toward the Understanding of Ideas and Values, Group III core requirement as well as an advanced English course.

40. At least 6 hours in the major must be at the 4000 level.

41. Consult departmental adviser regarding advanced courses in regional and/or earth science.

42. Choose from approved science/math/natural or physical science courses listed in Groups 1, 2 or 3 under Department of Geography, BS degree.

43. Hours in the minor, as well as advanced hour options, may vary. For hours in a specific minor, contact your major departmental adviser.

44. Eighteen hours of course work from the College of Business Administration, including MKTG 3650 and 4120, and MGMT 3820 are required; if business administration is chosen as minor/concentration, these courses will apply toward the minor/
concentration.

45. Select from: JOUR 2700, 4055, 4800, 4200, 4420, 4620, or 4850 (check with departmental adviser).

46. PSCI 3010 or 4020, and 3 hours from: PSCI 3100, 3110, 3130, 3200, 4100, or 4320 are required; if the political science minor/concentration is chosen, these courses will apply in minor/concentration.

47. Select from: JOUR 3310, 4200, RTVF 4480 or JOUR 4800, RTVF 3300, 3330, 3750, or 4430.

48. Select from: JOUR 2010, 2700, 4200, 4450 or 4460, 4800, or 4820.

49. Select from: MGMT 4450, BLAW 4430, FINA 4500, or REAL 2100.

50. Select from: JOUR 4210 (Digital Photography topic), 3310, 4200, 4420, 4620, 4800, 4820, or 4850.

51. MKTG 3650, MKTG 4700, MGMT 3860, and MGMT 3820 are required; if business administration minor/concentration is chosen, these courses will apply in minor/concentration.

52. Select from: JOUR 2700, 4480 or 4800, 4820, 4850.

53. Hours in the concentrations/minors, as well as advanced hour options, will vary. Contact your departmental adviser.

54. 2.0 GPA required in all mathematics courses above MATH 3150.

55. Check with your academic adviser for an approved list of minors and approved course listings.

56. Mathematics majors must complete two courses of natural/life science in the same discipline, BIOL 1710/1730 and 1720/1740. They also must complete two courses of physical science in the same discipline, either CHEM 1410/1430 and 1420/1440, or PHYS 1710/1730 and 2220/2240.

57. One course to be chosen from MUMH 4050, 4070, 4750, 4760, 4770, 4780; MUCP 4510; MUJS 4470.

58. Mathematics requirements for this degree also meet the requirements for a minor.

59. One course from Field C. Courses from at least three fields are required. Fields are described in "Supplemental Information for BA with a Major in Political Science" in the College of Arts and Sciences section of this catalog.

60. RTVF 3450, 3460 will apply toward the visual and performing arts core requirement as well as an advanced RTVF elective.

61. Select from JOUR 4200, 4310, 4321, 4330, 4800, 4820 and 4850.

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