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Degree Maps - Arts & Sciences

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ARTS & SCIENCES UNDECLARED

ACADEMIC PLAN:  ARTS & SCIENCES UNDECLARED-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CAS 101 Introduction to the College of Arts & Sciences (1 credit) (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning or MTH 104 Statistics (fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • Humanities Distribution (fulfills University Studies 3B)
  • Humanities Distribution (may fulfill University Studies 4A)*
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science for the Engaged Community (fulfills University Studies 2B)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

 Sophomore Year

  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Students must select a major at 45 earned credits

  • Literature Distribution (fulfills University Studies 3A)
  • Literature Distribution
  • Intermediate Writing (fulfills University Studies 1C)

*University Studies clusters 4A,B, and C may fulfill either a humanities or social science requirement depending on course selected by student.

ANTHROPOLOGY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  ANTHROPOLOGY-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.


Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CAS 101 Intro to Arts & Sciences (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning or MTH 104 Statistics (fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • ANT 111 Intro to Cultural Anthropology or SOC 101 or SOC 113 (fulfills University Studies 4 B or C)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science in the Engaged Community (fulfills University Studies 2B)
  • Humanities Distribution/Visual and Performing Arts (fulfills University Studies 3B)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

 Sophomore Year

  • SOC 200 Intro to Social Thought or ANT 354 Anthropological Theory
  • ANT/SOC elective*
  • ANT/SOC elective*
  • Literature Distribution (fulfills University Studies 3A)
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

 Junior Year

  • ANT/SOC elective*
  • ANT/SOC elective*
  • ANT/SOC elective*
  • ANT 316 Research Methods (fulfills University Studies 1C)
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

 Senior Year

  • SOC 450 Internship or SOC 407 Field Inquiry *Think about writing an honors thesis instead of ANT 450 and 420 your senior year.  You need to decide the spring of your Junior yr.
  • SOC 420 Sr. Seminar
  • ANT/SOC elective*    
  • Comp culture
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

* may include SOC or courses: CJS course only with permission of dept. chair.  15 credits must be at the upper level (300-400).

Consider a double major or minor.  Popular combinations are with History, Psychology, Women’s Studies, African-American Studies and languages.

Students will be required to complete the remaining University Studies requirements not listed above (4A, 4Bor C, 5 A&B) which may be fulfilled by completing a humanities or social science requirement.  Students should visit the University Studies website to view a list of courses http://www.umassd.edu/universitystudies/approvedcourses/

BIOLOGY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  BIOLOGY-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.


Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • MTH 101 Elements of College Mathematics I*(fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • MTH 102 Elementary Calculus for the Life Sciences*
  • BIO 121 Biology of Organisms I
  • BIO 131 Biology of Organisms Lab I
  • CHM 151 Principles of Modern Chemistry
  • CHM 161Introduction to Applied Chemistry
  • BIO 122 Biology of Organisms II (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • BIO 132 Biology of Organisms Lab II
  • CHM 152 Principles of Modern Chemistry
  • CHM 162 Introduction to Applied Chemistry
  • CAS 101 Introduction to Arts & Sciences (fulfills University Studies 1E)

*Math courses to be selected in consultation with your advisor.

Sophomore Year

  • BIO 234 Biology of Cells
  • BIO 244 Biology of Cells Lab
  • CHM 251 Organic Chemistry I
  • CHM 263 Bio-organic Chemistry Laboratory I
  • PHY 101 Introduction to Physics I
  • Humanities or Social Science electives
  • BIO 210 Biology of Populations
  • BIO 211 Biology of Populations Lab
  • CHM 252 Organic Chemistry II
  • CHM 264 Bio-organic Chem Lab II
  • PHY 102 Introduction to Physics II
  • Humanities or Social Science electives

Junior Year and Senior Year

Freshman and sophomore biology courses are pre-requisites for upper-level biology courses.  Course selection for the third and fourth years of the biology major must be determined in consultation with an advisor. During the third and fourth years all majors are required to elect at least 18 credits in upper-division biology courses (courses numbered 300 or higher). Upper-division courses in physics, chemistry, engineering, marine science, or mathematics may be substituted with the written approval of the advisor and the department chairperson prior to registration in the course. The requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences and University Studies must also be met prior to graduation.

CHEMISTRY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  CHEMISTRY-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CHM 155 Principles of Modern Chemistry I (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • CHM 163 Applied Chemistry Lab I
  • CHM 156 Principles of Modern Chemistry II
  • CHM 164  Applied Chemistry Lab II
  • MTH 111 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I (fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • MTH 112 Analytical Geometry & Calculus II
  • CAS 101 Introduction to the College of Arts & Sciences (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • University Studies/Humanities/Social Science Elective
  • University Studies/Humanities/Social Science Elective

Sophomore Year

  • CHM 251 Organic Chemistry I
  • CHM 265 Organic Chemistry Lab I
  • CHM 204 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry
  • CHM 252 Organic Chemistry II
  • CHM 266 Organic Chemistry Lab II
  • MTH 211 Analytical Geometry & Calculus III
  • PHY 113 Classical Physics I
  • PHY 114 Classical Physics II
  • University Studies/Literature requirement
  • University Studies/Humanities/Social Science Elective

 Junior Year

  • CHM 305 Methods of Chemical Analysis
  • CHM 307 Procedures of Chemical Analysis
  • CHM 315 Physical Chemistry I
  • CHM 411 Biochemistry
  • CHM 316 Physical Chemistry II
  • CHM 318 PChem Measurements I
  • CHM 414 Bioinformatics
  • Literature
  • University Studies/Humanities/Social Science Elective
  • University Studies/Humanities/Social Science Elective

Senior Year

  • CHM 319 PChem Measurements II
  • CHM 401 Chemistry Seminar
  • CHM 431 Inorganic Chemistry
  • CHM 433 Inorganic Chemistry Lab
  • CHM 491 Undergraduate Research
  • CHM 402 Chemistry Seminar
  • CHM 424 Math Methods in Chemistry
  • CHM 492 Undergraduate Research
  • CHM 400+ Chemistry Elective
  • CHM 400+ Chemistry Elective
  • Free Elective up to 7 elective credits are needed to graduate

CRIME & JUSTICE

ACADEMIC PLAN:  CRIME & JUSTICE-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CAS 101 Intro to Arts & Sciences (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • CJS 190 Intro to Criminal Justice (fulfills University Studies 4B)
  • SOC 101 Intro to Sociology (fulfills University Studies 4C)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Humanities Distribution/Visual and Performing Arts (fulfills University Studies 3B)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • MTH 104 Statistics or MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning (fulfills University Studies 1D)

Sophomore Year 

  • SOC 200 Intro to Social Thought
  • CJS 257 Justice and Society
  • CJS 258 Criminological Theory
  • ForeignLanguage Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science in the Engaged Community (fulfills University Studies 2B)
  • Literature Distribution (fulfills University Studies 3A)

Junior Year

  • CJS elective* 300/400 level
  • Interdisciplinary elective**
  • Interdisciplinary elective**
  • SOC 316 Research Methods (fulfills University Studies 1C)
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

Senior Year

  • CJS elective* 300/400 level
  • CJS elective* 300/400 level
  • Interdisciplinary elective**
  • Interdisciplinary elective**
  • CJS 400 Contemporary Topics in Justice
  • CJS 450 Internship
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

* Student must select 3 courses from the Crime and Justice electives list

** Students must select 4 courses from the interdisciplinary elective list.  Students will be required to complete the remaining University Studies requirements not listed above (4A, 5 A&B) which may be fulfilled by completing a humanities or social science requirement.  Students should visit the University Studies website to view a list of courses http://www.umassd.edu/universitystudies/approvedcourses/

ECONOMICS

ACADEMIC PLAN:  ECONOMICS-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CAS 101 Intro to Arts and Sciences 1 credit (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning (fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • ECO 101: Intro to Economics
  • Humanities Distribution/Visual and Performing Arts (fulfills University Studies 3B)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

Sophomore Year 

  • ECO 231 Principles of Micro Economics (fulfills University Studies 4A)
  • ECO 232 Principles of Macro Economics (fulfills University Studies 4B)
  • Literature Distribution (fulfills University Studies 3A)
  • Literature Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science in the Engaged Community (fulfills University Studies 2B)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Intermediate Writing (fulfills University Studies 1C)

 Junior Year

  • ECO 301 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECO 311 Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • ECO 332 Economic Statistics
  • Economics elective 300-400 level
  • Economics elective 300-400 level
  • Economics elective 300-400 level
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Free elective

 Senior Year

  • ECO 400 elective
  • ECO 400 elective
  • Economics elective 300-400 level
  • Economics elective 400-400 level
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

Students will be required to complete the remaining University Studies requirements not listed above (4C, 5 A&B) which may be fulfilled by completing a humanities or social science requirement.  Students should visit the University Studies website to view a list of courses http://www.umassd.edu/universitystudies/approvedcourses/

ENGLISH LITERATURE

ACADEMIC PLAN:  ENGLISH LITERATURE

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Elective*

Sophomore Year

  • ENL 258 Literature Studies (pre-req for 300 level lit courses)
  • ENL 259 Critical Methods: Theory and Practice (pre-req for 400 level seminars)
  • ENL 260 Intermediate Composition
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

Junior Year

  • ENL 300-level Historical course
  • ENL 300-level Historical course
  • ENL 300-level Theory course
  • ENL 300-level Genre course
  • ENL 300-level Major Authors course
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

Senior Year

  • ENL 300-level Historical course
  • ENL 300-level Historical course
  • ENL 300-level Genre course
  • ENL 400-level Seminar
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

English majors must earn a C- or better in all major courses to receive credit for the major.
*Consider adding a minor. Most minors are only 18-21 credits and easily accomplished with your major.

ENGLISH WRITING

ACADEMIC PLAN:  ENGLISH WRITING

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.


Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Elective*

Sophomore Year

  • ENL 257 Intro Rhetorical Studies (pre-req for 400-level seminars)
  • ENL 258 Literature Studies (pre-req for 300-level lit courses)
  • ENL 260 Intermediate Composition (pre-req for 300 level writing courses)
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • ENL 200-level Writing course
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

Junior Year

  • ENL 300-level Writing course (talk to your advisor to map out major course plan)
  • ENL 300-level Writing course
  • ENL 300-level Literature course
  • ENL 300-level Writing course
  • ENL 300-level Theory course
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

Senior Year

  • ENL 300-level Writing course
  • ENL 300-level Writing course
  • ENL 300-level Literature course
  • ENL 400 level Seminar
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*
  • Elective*

English majors must earn a C- or better in all major courses to receive credit for the major.
*Consider adding a minor. Most minors are only 18-21 credits, which is easily accomplished with your major.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

ACADEMIC PLAN:  FOREIGN LITERATURE & LANGUAGE-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CAS 101 Intro to Arts & Sciences 1 credit (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning (fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science in the Engaged Community (fulfills University Studies 2B)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution (101)
  • Foreign Language Distribution (102)

 Sophomore Year 

  • Foreign Language Distribution (201)
  • Foreign Language Distribution (202)
  • Humanities Distribution/Visual and Performing Arts (fulfills University Studies 3B)
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Literature elective (fulfills University Studies 3A)
  • Literature elective
  • Intermediate Writing (fulfills University Studies 1C)
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

 Junior Year

  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Free elective
  • Free elective 

Senior Year

  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • FLL elective 300+ level
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

Students will be required to complete the remaining University Studies requirements not listed above (4A, B &C; 5 A&B) which may be fulfilled by completing a humanities or social science requirement.  Students should visit the University Studies website to view a list of courses http://www.umassd.edu/universitystudies/approvedcourses/

 


HISTORY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  HISTORY-UNIVERSITY STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I (fulfills University Studies 1A)
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II (fulfills University Studies 1B)
  • CAS 101 Intro to Arts & Sciences 1 credit (fulfills University Studies 1E)
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning (fulfills University Studies 1D)
  • HST 101 Western Civ and HST 102 Western Civ II (fulfills University Studies 4A)

          OR

  • HST 103 World Civ and HST 104 World Civ II (fulfills University Studies 4C)
  • Humanities Distribution/Visual and Performing Arts (fulfills University Studies 3B)
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science of the Natural World (fulfills University Studies 2A)
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

 Sophomore Year 

  • HST 201 Critical Skills for the History Major
  • US History (200 level or above)
  • European History (200 level or above)
  • Literature Distribution (fulfills University Studies 3A)
  • Literature Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution/Science in the Engaged Community (fulfills University Studies 2B)
  • Social Science Distribution

 Junior Year

  • Non-US/European History (Africa, Ancient, Asia, Latin Am. Near East, Slavic, Islamic)
  • US History (200 level or above)
  • European History (200 level or above)
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Intermediate Writing (fulfills University Studies 1C)
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

 Senior Year

  • Non-US/European History (Africa, Ancient, Asia, Latin Am. Near East, Slavic, Islamic)
  • History elective
  • History elective
  • 400 level Seminar
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective
  • Free elective

Students will be required to complete the remaining University Studies requirements not listed above (4A or C & B, 5 A&B) which may be fulfilled by completing a humanities or social science requirement.  Students should visit the University Studies website to view a list of courses http://www.umassd.edu/universitystudies/approvedcourses/

LIBERAL ARTS

                                      ACADEMIC PLAN:  LIBERAL ARTS

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

Sophomore Year  

  • LAR 201 Introduction to Studies Across Disciplines
  • ENL 260 Intermediate Composition
  • Literature Distribution
  • Humanities Concentration Elective*
  • Humanities Concentration Elective*
  • Social Science Concentration Elective*
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • Humanities Concentration Elective*
  • Social Science Concentration Elective*
  • Literature Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • Humanities Concentration Elective*
  • Humanities Concentration Elective*
  • Social Science Concentration Elective*
  • Social Science Concentration Elective*
  • Social Science Concentration Elective*
  • LAR 401 Capstone Seminar in Multidisciplinary Studies
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

*Students should check with LAR department to discuss concentrations and obtain list and level requirements.

MATHEMATICS - BA

ACADEMIC PLAN:  MATHEMATICS - BA

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet. 

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 111 Calculus I
  • MTH 112 Calculus II
  • MTH 181 Discrete Structures I
  • MTH 182 Discrete Structures II
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Foreign Language
  • Foreign Language
  • Social Science Distribution

Sophomore Year  

  • MTH 204 Elementary Differential Equations or MTH 280
  • MTH 211 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
  • MTH 212 Differential Equations
  • MTH 221 Linear Algebra
  • PHY 113 Classical Physics I
  • PHY 114 Classical Physics II
  • ENL Literature Distribution
  • ENL Literature Distribution
  • Foreign Language
  • Foreign Language

Junior Year

  • MTH elective*
  • MTH elective*
  • MTH elective*
  • MTH elective*
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Elective
  • Elective

Senior Year

  • MTH 311 Advanced Calculus I
  • MTH 312 Advanced Calculus II
  • MTH 441 Modern Algebra I
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective

* 12 credits must be completed, see math department tracking sheet for list.

MATHEMATICS - BS

ACADEMIC PLAN:  MATHEMATICS - BS

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 111 Calculus I
  • MTH 112 Calculus II
  • MTH 181 Discrete Structures I
  • MTH 182 Discrete Structures II
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Sophomore Year  

  • MTH 204 Elementary Differential Equations
  • MTH 211 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
  • MTH 212 Differential Equations I
  • MTH 221 Linear Algebra
  • PHY 113 Classical Physics I
  • PHY 114 Classical Physics II
  • Literature Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • MTH Elective*
  • MTH Elective*
  • MTH Elective*
  • MTH Elective*
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • MTH 311
  • MTH 312
  • MTH 441   
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

* 12 credits must be completed, see math department tracking sheet for list.

Students must earn a grade of C- or higher on all math courses above the 100 level.

COMPUTATIONAL MATH - BS

ACADEMIC PLAN:  COMPUTATIONAL MATH - BS

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 111 Calculus I
  • MTH 112 Calculus II
  • MTH 181 Discrete Structures I
  • MTH 182 Discrete Structures II
  • CIS 115 Programming with C
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Sophomore Year  

  • MTH 204 Elementary Differential Equations
  • MTH 211 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
  • MTH 212 Differential Equations I
  • MTH 221 Linear Algebra
  • MTH 280 Scientific Computation
  • PHY 113 Classical Physics I
  • PHY 114 Classical Physics II
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Humanities/Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • MTH 361 Numerical Analysis
  • MTH 362 Numerical Analysis II
  • MTH 353 Applied Linear Algebra
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Humanities/Social Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • MTH 471 Partial Differential Equations
  • Computational Mathematics*
  • MTH 331 Probability         
  • MTH 332 Statistics
  • Technical Elective**
  • Technical Elective **
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

* Computational Mathematics Elective is any one of the Numerical Mathematics courses MTH 472, 473, or 474.

** The Technical Elective is defined as any upper division Mathematics or CIS course. Students must receive a grade of C- or higher in all Mathematics courses, technical electives and in all required Physics and CIS courses.

PHILOSOPHY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  PHILOSOPHY

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet. 

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • PHL 110 Logical Thinking (PHL 235 Symbolic Logic may be substituted)
  • PHL 221 History of Western Philosophy:  Ancient
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

Sophomore Year

  • PHL 222 History of Western Philosophy: Modern
  • One three credit course in Moral, Social, or Political Philosophy (see dept. list)
  • One three credit course in the History of Philosophy (see dept. list)
  • Literature Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • PHL 371 History of Contemporary Analytic and Continental Philosophy)
  • One three (3) credit course in Metaphysics and Epistemology (see dept. list)
  • One three (3) credit course in Critical Philosophy (see dept. list)
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

*Consider Service Learning (speak to your advisor).

 Senior Year

  • PHL 409 Seminar
  • Philosophy Elective (any level)
  • Philosophy Elective (any level)
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

*Consider Service Learning (speak to your advisor).

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ACADEMIC PLAN:  POLITICAL SCIENCE

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet. 

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 104 Intro Statistics or MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • PSC 101 Intro to American Politics
  • PSC 151 Intro to Comparative Politics
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

Sophomore Year

  • PSC 161 Intro to International Relations
  • PSC 171 Intro to Political Theory
  • PSC Elective*
  • PSC 349 Research Methods
  • Literature Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • PSC Elective*
  • PSC Elective*
  • PSC Elective*
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • PSC 305 Political Science Internship
  • PSC Elective*
  • PSC Elective*
  • PSC Elective*
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

*See department tracking sheet for breakdown of elective choices.

PORTUGUESE

ACADEMIC PLAN:  PORTUGUESE

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet. 

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • Beginning Portuguese I
  • Beginning Portuguese II
  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II  
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Sophomore Year

  • Intermediate Portuguese I 
  • Intermediate Portuguese II 
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Literature and Culture Elective (200-300 level)
  • Literature and Culture Elective (200-300 level)
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Junior Year

  • Portuguese Composition and Conversation I
  • Portuguese Composition and Conversation II
  • Language or Literature Elective 300+ level
  • Language or Literature Elective 300+ level
  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis
  • Introduction to Brazilian/Luso-African/Port Literature
  • Port Language or Literature Elective 300+ level
  • Port Language or Literature Elective 300+ level
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Senior Year

  • Introduction to Brazilian/Luso-African/Port Literature
  • Introduction to Brazilian/Luso-African/Port Literature
  • Port Language, Literature or Culture Elective 400+ level
  • Port Language, Literature or Culture Elective 400+ level
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective 
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

PSYCHOLOGY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  PSYCHOLOGY

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet. 

                                                                                      

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning
  • PSY 101 General Psychology
  • PSY 202 Abnormal Psychology
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

Sophomore Year  

  • PSY 220 Lifespan Dev. Psychology
  • PSY 205 Statistics
  • PSY 250 Biological Basis of Behavior
  • Literature Elective
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • PSY 304 Social Psychology, PSY 308 Cognitive Processes, or PSY 320 Psych of Perception (Choose 2)
  • Psych Science in depth requirement (content based methods)
  • Psych Science in depth requirement
  • Literature Elective
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • Advanced PSY Elective 300-400 level
  • Advanced PSY Elective 300-400 level
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

SOCIOLOGY

ACADEMIC PLAN:  SOCIOLOGY

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet. 

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.        

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning or MTH 104 Statistics
  • SOC 101 Intro to Sociology or ANT 111 Intro to Cult. Anthropology
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution

Sophomore Year  

  • SOC 200 Intro to Social Thought
  • SOC or ANT Elective*
  • SOC or ANT Elective*
  • Literature Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution

Junior Year

  • SOC or ANT Elective*
  • SOC or ANT Elective*
  • SOC or ANT Elective*
  • SOC 316 Research Methods
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Literature Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • SOC 450 Internship or SOC 407 Field Inquiry *Think about writing an honors thesis instead of SOC 450 and 420 your senior year. You should decide the spring of your Junior year.
  • SOC 420 Sr. Seminar
  • SOC or ANT Elective*      
  • SOC or ANT Elective*
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

* may include SOC or ANT courses: CJS courses only with permission of department chair.

15 credits must be at the upper level (300-400).  Consider a double major or minor.  Popular combinations are with History, Psychology, Women’s Studies, African-American Studies and Languages.

WOMEN'S STUDIES

ACADEMIC PLAN:  WOMEN'S STUDIES

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

 

*Check with departmental advisor on determining how your General Education Requirements can be fulfilled within your distribution and major courses.

Freshman Year

  • ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  • ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  • MTH 120 Quantitative Reasoning or MTH 104 Statistics
  • WMS 101 Intro to Women's Studies
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Free Elective

Sophomore Year

  • WMS 201 Intro to Feminist Theory
  • WMS Concentration Area # 1*
  • WMS Concentration Area # 2*
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Foreign Language Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Junior Year

  • WMS 302 or 305 or 306 or 307 Upper Level Feminist Theory
  • WMS 312 Feminist Research Methods
  • WMS Concentration Area # 3*
  • WMS Concentration Area # 4*
  • Natural Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Social Science Distribution
  • Humanities Distribution
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

Senior Year

  • Concentration Area Specialization**
  • Concentration Area Specialization**
  • Free Elective or WMS 399 Internship
  • WMS 499 Women's Studies Capstone Seminar
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective
  • Free Elective

* Students must select 1 course from each Concentration Area: Gender Studies; Politics Justice and Policy; Cross-Cultural Inquiry; Arts and Letters.

** Students must select two courses from a Concentration Area for a Specialization. 

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