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B.G.S. Curriculum, 2012-2013

First Year

FALL HOURS SPRING HOURS
ENGL 1301 Essential Coll. Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhetoric 3
HIST 2300 U.S. Hist. to 1877  3 HIST 2301 U.S. Hist. Since 1877 3
Natural Science Elective 4 Natural Science Elective 4
Individual & Group Behavior 3 Individual & Group Behavior 3
Mathematics 3 Mathematics 3
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 16

Second Year

FALL HOURS SPRING HOURS
POLS 1301 Am. Govt. Organization 3 POLS 2302, Am. Public Policy 3
Humanities Elective  3 Humanities Elective 3
Oral Communication Elective 3 Elective 3
Multicultural Requirement 3 Elective 2
Visual & Performing Arts Elective 3 Visual & Performing Arts Elective 3
Personal Fitness & Wellness 1 Personal Fitness & Wellness 1
TOTAL 16 TOTAL 15

Third Year

FALL HOURS SPRING HOURS
Concentration Area 3 Concentration Area 3
Concentration Area  3 Concentration Area 3
Concentration Area 3 Concentration Area 3
Concentration Area 3 Concentration Area 3
Concentration Area 3 Concentration Area 3
TOTAL 15 TOTAL 15

Fourth Year

FALL HOURS SPRING HOURS
Concentration Area 3 Concentration Area 3
Concentration Area 3 Concentration Area 3
Concentration Area 3 Elective 3
Concentration Area 3 CASC 4350 Capstone Research 3
CASC 3300 Intro. to Research 3    
TOTAL 15 TOTAL 12
TOTAL HOURS 120

Previous Catalogs

Students who will graduate under a catalog previous to 2012-2013 must meet the Technology and Applied Science requirement of the core.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites for courses selected in the concentration areas must be completed and, depending on the concentration, may not count toward the 18-hour minimum in each concentration.

Foreign Language Requirement

If an entering student has not completed two years of a single foreign language in high school or has not transferred at least two semesters of a single foreign language from another college, the student must complete at least two semesters of a single foreign language at the first-year level as a graduation requirement.

Research Requirements

CASC 3300 will introduce students to research in an area of concentration designated by the student as the “first area” among three required B.G.S. areas of concentrations. CASC 4350 will be a guided research project within the “first area,” which must be a concentration offered by The College of Arts and Sciences. Specific requirements for these courses will be determined by the instructor and student.

Contact

The B.G.S. is administered and supervised by the Student Division of the College of Arts & Sciences. Contact Dr. Jorge Iber, Associate Dean, Student Division, College of Arts and Sciences,
806-834-5511, or academic advisor Kristen Holcomb at 806-834-5882.



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