2009-2010 Curriculum

Effective Communication: 9 hours

  • Either completion of
    • the Freshman Writing Sequence (ENG111 & ENG112)* or
    • completion of ENG 115* (for students who qualify); &
  • One Communication and Media Studies course (115 or 200)

Christian Faith and Values: 6 hours

  • Two Religion courses (231 AND either 233, 235, or 237)

Natural Sciences: 9 hours*

  • One Biology Course (100 or 111); &
  • One Physical Science course from either
    • Chemistry (100, 102, 111, or 112),
    • Geology (113), or
    • Physics (103, 105, 109, or 111); &
  • Three or more credit hours in Mathematics at the level of College Algebra or above*, including Computer Science 107.

Cultural and Aesthetic Values: 16 hours*

  • Two courses in different disciplines from either
    • Art (107, 115, 117, 118, 120, 216, 217, 234, 313),
    • Theatre and Performance Studies (107, 220, 225, 227, 347, 407, or 425), or
    • Music (107, 147, 149, 305, 307, 315, 425, or 426); &
  • One six-hour sequence from either
    • History (111 AND 113),
    • English Literature (211 AND 213), or
    • Philosophy (201 AND 203); &
  • One three-hour course from each Humanities sequence not chosen above (including also Philosophy 150, 151, 152, and 325)

Foreign Language and Culture: 0-9 hours*

  • Demonstrate language proficiency at the intermediate level in one of the following languages:
    • French (201),
    • German (201),
    • Greek (203),
    • Japanese (201),
    • Latin (201), or
    • Spanish (201);

Social Sciences: 6 hours*

  • Two courses in different disciplines from
    • Economics (221 or 223),
    • Political Science (100 or 300),
    • Psychology (111, 242, or 260), or
    • Sociology (111, 113, SOC/GEO 115, SOC/ANT 116, ANT/GEO 317)

Kinesiology and Health Studies: 1 hour

  • KHS (100)

 

*Special Notes for the General Education Curriculum:

  1. One of the Natural Science courses selected must include a laboratory.
  2. Elementary Education majors must take MAT 103 and MAT 104 (which satisfies the math requirement), KHS 230, and the following: ART 313, THE 407, MUS 315. Initial teacher certification by Kentucky requires laboratory experiences for both biological and physical sciences.
  3. Bachelor of Music Education majors must select:
    1. MUS 425 and 426 and ONE additional course (not two) from disciplines NOT chosen from humanities sequence in Cultural and Aesthetic Values,
    2. either French or German (through 102) in Foreign Language and Culture, AND
    3. One course from those listed in Social Sciences category.


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