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Bachelor of General Studies - Code: G001 (240102-01)
 
 
Freshman Year
 
FIRST SEMESTER
ENGL 101 Rhet and Comp 3
    Elective (BHSC) [1] 3
    Elective (HIST) 3
MATH 100 Coll Algebra Fundamentals 5
or 105 Algebra for College Stu 3
    Elective [2] 3
Credit Hours 15-17
 
SECOND SEMESTER
ENGL 102 Comp and Lit 3
    Elective (BHSC) [1] 3
    Elective (MATH)[3] 3
    Elective (SCI) [4] 3
       
    Elective [2] 3
Credit Hours 15
 
 
Sophomore Year
 
FIRST SEMESTER
    Elective (LIT) [5] 3
    Elective (SCI) [4] 3
    Elective (Concentration) [6] 3
    Electives (Enrichment) [7] 6
Credit Hours 15
 
SECOND SEMESTER
    Elective (CMCN) [8] 3
    Elective (SCI) [4] 3
    Elective (Concentration) [6] 3
    Electives (Enrichment) [7] 5
Credit Hours 15
 
 
Junior Year
 
FIRST SEMESTER
    Elective (AHBS) [9] 3
    Elective (CMPS) [10] 3
    Elective (Concentration) [6] 6
    Electives (Enrichment) [7] 6
Credit Hours 18
 
SECOND SEMESTER
    Elective (AHBS) [9] 3
    Elective (Concentration) [6] 6
    Electives (Enrichment) [7] 6
       
Credit Hours 15
 
 
Senior Year
 
FIRST SEMESTER
    Elective (Concentration) [6] 3
    Electives (Enrichment) [7] 6
    Electives [2] 6
Credit Hours 15
 
SECOND SEMESTER
    Elective (Concentration) [6] 3
    Electives (Enrichment) [7] 6
    Electives [2] 7
Credit Hours 16
 
[1] To be selected from Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology, one at the 200 level or above.
[2] One of these electives must be a course that has been designated as writing intensive, unless such a course is applied elsewhere in the curriculum. It is also requires that 18 hours of these electives be used to develop a minor area of concentration. Selection of the writing intensive course and the minor area should be done in consultation with the student’s academic advisor.
[3] To be chosen in consultation with academic advisor.
[4] To be chosen from both biological sciences (BIOL) ad physical sciences (CHEM, GEOL, or PHYS). Two of the courses must be from the same science.
[5] May be English or Foreign Language literature.
[6] Must be chosen from 1 of the 5 concentration blocks at the 300-400 level; minimum grade of “C” in concentration area.
[7] 12 semester hours must be completed from 3 of 5 concentration blocks, totaling 36 semester hours
[8] To be chosen from the following: CMCN 101, 102, 200, 310 and 340; ENGL 223, 325, 326, 355, 360, 365, 427 and 428; and THEA 262.
[9] To be chosen form disciplines outside of concentration area. One course must be taken from advisor-approved list of courses from DANC, MUS, THEA, or VIAR unless THEA 261 has been taken to complete the CMCN requirement.
[10] May be computer sciences (CMPS) or an approved departmental computer literacy course or credit earned by completion of a proficiency exam in this area.
 
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