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Degree Plans by College

Core Courses Required For All Undergraduate Degrees

Categories of Courses

Throughout the succeeding degree requirements, certain core courses have been grouped into categories. The following is a breakdown of these groupings.

  • Fine Arts:
    Art, Drama/Theatre, and Music
  • Global Issues:
    • BADM 3311 Global Competition and International Business
    • BECO 4342 Contemporary Economic Issues
    • CSCH 4311 Antisemitism, Christianity, and the Holocaust
    • ENGL 2370 Literature and Social Consciousness
    • ENGL 3335 Contemporary Global Literature
    • EXSS 2353 Lifespan Nutrition
    • PSYC 4330 Multicultural Psychology
    • or any social science course
  • Natural Sciences:
    Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, and Physics
  • Scientific Inquiry:
    • BIOL 2301 Endangered Species
    • ENGR 2301 The Effects of Climate Change
    • PSYC 2323 Psychological Methods
    • SOCW 4312 Social Work Research I
    • or any natural science course
  • Social Sciences:
    Archeology, Criminal Justice, Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology
  • World Ideas:
    • Note: The following HIST courses may not be used by History majors to meet the World Ideas requirement.
    • ARCH 4345 Archaeology of Syria-Palestine
    • ARTS 1351 Art History I
    • ARTS 1352 Art History II
    • ENGL 2330 Introduction to World Masterpieces
    • HIST 1311 History of World Civilizations to 1500
    • HIST 1312 History of World Civilizations since 1500
    • HIST 2340 Historical Inquiry, Research, and Method
    • HIST 3362 History of Latin America
    • HIST 3370 History of England to 1707
    • HIST 3371 History of Great Britain since 1707
    • HIST 4313 History of Western Political Thought Through the Enlightenment
    • HIST 4314 History of Western Political Thought from the Nineteenth Century to the Present
    • HIST 4340 Ancient Greece & Hellenistic World
    • HIST 4342 Roman Empire & Medieval World
    • HIST 4371 19th Century Europe, 1815-1914
    • HIST 4375 Twentieth Century Europe
    • HIST 4376 Early Modern Europe, Renaissance to 1789
    • MUSI 3358 World Music
    • POLS 2315 Comparative Political Systems
    • or any philosophy course

To proceed, please select a college/school. You will then be given a list of degrees grouped by year.

Graduate School Degree Plans

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