CORE CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS
2014-2015 Academic Catalog (for students enrolling FA14-SP15)

For students enrolling prior to FA14 see prior catalogs.
 

STUDENTS WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN TODAY’S WORLD BY:

 

B.A. Candidates
See catalog for complete information and major specific requirements.

B.S. Candidates
See catalog for complete information and major specific requirements.

STRENGTHENING THE FOUNDATION

 

COL 100 College Success (1)


ENG 111 Freshman English (3) OR ENG 109-110 College Writing I & II (6) 

 

ENG 411 Expository Writing (3)

 

College level math course: Any MATH course above MATH 099 except MATH 211 (3)

 

See catalog for math and English placement information and pre-core curriculum requirements.

 

10-13

COL 100 College Success (1)


ENG 111 Freshman English (3) OR ENG 109-110 College Writing I & II (6)

 

ENG 411 Expository Writing (3)

 

College level math course: Any MATH course above MATH 099 except MATH 211 (3)

 

See catalog for math and English placement information and pre-core curriculum requirements.

 

10-13

DEVELOPING A CHRISTIAN WORLDVIEW

 

CT Christian Life Formation to include CT 101 & 402 (4)

 

CT 113 Christian Worldview (3)

 

BIB 222 Old Testament Literature & Interpretation (3)

 

BIB 224 New Testament Literature & Interpretation (3)

 

BIB, CM, CT, PHIL elective (3)

 

HIS general survey course (100/200 level)(3)

HIS general survey course (100/200 level)(3)


 

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CT Christian Life Formation to include CT 101 & 402 (3)

 

CT 113 Christian Worldview (3)

 

BIB 222 Old Testament Literature & Interpretation (3)

 

BIB 224 New Testament Literature & Interpretation (3)

 

HIS general survey course (100/200 level)(3)

 

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ENGAGING THE CULTURE

 

Choose one from PSY 111 General Psychology (3), PSY 228 Family Life (3), PSY 334 Social Psychology

 

COMM 111 Introduction to Communication (3)

 

Foreign Language (12): Second-year language competency required; with at least one course taken at the college level. See catalog for more information.

 

Political & Governmental Origins:  choose one from ECFN 211 Introduction to Political Economy (3), HIS 393 American Constitutional History (3),  PSGS 212 Politics, Philosophy & Economics (3), PSGS 221 Origins & Basis for Government (3), PSGS 225 State & Local Government (3), PSGS 229 Media & American Politics (3), PSGS 230 Jurisprudence (3)

 

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Choose one from PSY 111 General Psychology (3), PSY 228 Family Life (3), PSY 334 Social Psychology

 

COMM 111 Introduction to Communication (3)

 

Foreign Language (6): First-year language competency required; with at least one course taken at the college level. See catalog for more information.

 

12

EXPLORING THE ARTS

 

ENG 211 Introduction to Literature (3)

 

Choose one from FA 211 Introduction to Fine Arts (3), FLM 210 Medium of Film (3), MUS 210 Music Appreciation (3), THT 111 Introduction to Theatre

 

6

Choose one from ENG 211 Introduction to Literature (3), FA 211 Introduction to Fine Arts (3), FLM 210 Medium of Film (3), MUS 210 Music Appreciation (3), THT 111 Introduction to Theatre

 

3

UNDERSTANDING THE NATURAL WORLD

 

Choose two courses from the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science (one of which must be a lab science)  (6)

 

EHS 111 Concepts of Physical Fitness (1)

 

Exercise and Health Science Activity Courses (3)

 

10


69-72 total semester hours

 

Choose two courses from the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science (5)

 

EHS 111 Concepts of Physical Fitness (1)

 

Exercise and Health Science Activity Course (1)

 

7


47-50 total semester hours