Community Service Notes

Note: Some of these notes reflect the University Core Curriculum, which was being revised at the time this catalog went to press. Contact a degree program adviser or consult the university's Web site (www.unt.edu/catsched/) for more information.

1. See "Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences" in the School of Community Service section of this catalog for specific information about the degree requirements, and major requirements for the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, including the occupational specialization, and professional development areas, electives, and other requirements.

2. Select one ANTH or SOCI course from Group II or Group III of Understanding of Ideas and Values, University Core Curriculum.

3. 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.

4. Also satisfies Understanding of Ideas and Values, Group I ­ Social Sciences and Philosophy requirement.

5. Also satisfies Understanding of Ideas and Values, Group II ­ Cross Cultural and Global Studies.

6. Also satisfies 4 hours of natural science requirement.

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

8. Proficiency exam or COMM 1010, 1440, or 2040.

9. Contact the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures for proper placement into the appropriate level. Must either be proficient through freshman level or complete LANG 1010 (4 hours) and 1020 (4 hours) before starting LANG 2040 and 2050.

10. Students should contact the Department of Mathematics for proper placement into the appropriate level before beginning their mathematics program.

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

12. Advanced American/Texas History courses may be substituted to help meet the 42 advanced hours degree requirement.

13. See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog for a list of approved visual and performing arts courses. Note: ART 1300, 2350 may not be used to satisfy both the visual and performing arts requirement and the Understanding of Ideas and Values, Group II requirement.

14. PHIL 2050, 2310, or 2330 also will satisfy 3 hours of Understanding of Ideas and Values, Group I requirement. See "Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum" in the College of Arts and Sciences section of this catalog for a list of approved courses.

15. Taking advanced level courses whenever possible to complete the minor and core requirements will aid the student in reaching the 42 advanced hours necessary for graduation. Additional advanced elective courses may be required if the student does not meet this 42 hour requirement. The student is responsible for completing the advanced hour requirement.

16. PHED 1000, Principles and Practices of Health Fitness; DANC 1100, Stress Reduction Through Movement; PSYC 2580, Health Psychology; or SMHM 1450, Principles of Nutrition.

17. Or 3 advanced hours in American Government.

18. Offered during spring only.

19. CSCI 1100, CECS 1100 or BCIS 2610 or equivalent.

20. COMM 1010, 1440, or 2040 or equivalent.

21. See approved list or description under "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog. For the major in criminal justice, 8 hours of laboratory science (2 4-hour courses) are required.

22. Select from upper-level CJUS courses. May be used to customize area of interest.

23. Also satisfies Understanding of Ideas and Values, Group III, Diversity in the United States.

24. See the approved courses listed in "Major Requirements" under "Programs of Study" in the Institute of Anthropology section of this catalog.

25. Offered during fall only.

26. Offered during fall and summer only.

27. To be selected from areas related to career interests. See academic adviser.

28. Each professional development area consists of a minimum of twelve semester hours. Specific courses for the professional development area are chosen with the approval of the academic adviser.

29. These are recommended for the major.

30. Also applies to occupational specialization.

Note: Some of these notes reflect the University Core Curriculum, which was being revised at the time this catalog went to press. Contact a degree program adviser or consult the university's Web site (www.unt.edu/catsched/) for more information.

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