2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

University Core Curriculum

A. Preamble: Core Goals for Undergraduate Education

Graduates of Ball State University are individuals who realize their intellectual potential, who seek to add breadth and depth to their perspectives, and who maintain their physical well-being.

Graduates of the university command extensive knowledge and a mature repertoire of cognitive, practical, and technological skills. They exhibit integrity and responsible action in their social, professional, and civic lives. They respect the histories, cultures, and needs of others. They inform their decisions through critical, creative, and scientific reasoning, and they discern the consequences of their decisions and actions at the local, national, and global levels. They acknowledge responsibility for environmental well-being and for the civic engagement that a diverse democracy requires.

Employing scientific, critical, and creative thinking, Ball State graduates transform

Experience into information (isolate discrete, recognizable and usable facts),

Information into knowledge (analyze facts within an intellectual framework, discover meaning in experience),

Knowledge into judgment (reflect on knowledge gained to make choices and direct what they think, say and do),

Judgment into action (take individual responsibility and contribute to the well-being of their communities).

B. Goals and Objectives

To achieve this vision and accomplish these transformations, student learning experiences are guided by a recursive, intellectual development process inherent in the following goals:

  1. To transform experience into information, Ball State graduates are intentional learners who
    • accurately observe and measure elements of the natural and social worlds,
    • are alert to the importance of context,
    • explore diverse ways of knowing,
    • develop strategies for reflecting on experience.
  2. To transform information into knowledge, Ball State graduates are informed, flexible thinkers who
    • analyze data to reveal existing patterns of information and to create new patterns;
    • understand the various ways that information is incorporated into branches of knowledge;
    • work independently as well as collaboratively to generate knowledge;
    • develop an intellectual framework with which to synthesize information from multiple sources;
    • adapt their intellectual framework to accommodate new information;
    • develop the art of communication—oral, visual, and written—in more than one language (natural and/or symbolic).
  3. To transform knowledge into judgment, Ball State graduates are critical and creative thinkers who
    • use multiple sources of information and knowledge in forming judgments;
    • evaluate strengths and weaknesses of arguments and actions;
    • understand the ethical implications of possessing and using knowledge;
    • take an inquiring stance toward the world while appreciating the contributions of tradition;
    • consider and understand others’ values as well as their own;
    • value diversity in the social and natural world;
    • develop effective decision-making strategies based on an awareness of their own strengths and weaknesses;
    • understand how their actions affect the complex, interrelated systems that compose our environment.
  4. To transform judgment into action, Ball State graduates are responsible learners who
    • recognize the responsibilities of an educated person to self, family, community, country, and the world;
    • accept the responsibility to act on their principles;
    • adapt to change;
    • work with others to overcome obstacles to communication, building consensus for action;
    • communicate effectively—in oral, visual and written modes, and in more than one language (natural and/or symbolic);
    • adopt habits of mind for continuous inquiry about themselves, others, and the world;
    • act responsibly given the dangers to and the fragility of the natural environment;
    • make and act on a commitment to health and wellness.

C. Rationale for the University Core Curriculum (UCC)

In keeping with the recursive nature of learning transformations and the goals stated in the Preamble and the Goals and Objectives, the core curriculum is designed to enable students to

  • realize their intellectual potential,
  • add breadth and depth to their educational experience,
  • increase their personal well-being, and
  • participate actively in their communities.

Moreover, the University recognizes its responsibility to ensure that students are conversant with ways of knowing, with criteria for judgment, and with types of information outside their majors. To succeed in the 21st Century, where work often requires a group effort by experts from multiple disciplines, university graduates will need to form, lead, or be members of problem-solving, brainstorming, or decision-making teams in a wide variety of professional settings. Thus the core curriculum requires students to engage disciplines outside the domains of knowledge in which their majors reside, to develop skills in written and oral communication, to become mathematically, scientifically, and historically literate, and to understand issues in the areas of physical wellness and personal finance. Any forward-looking curriculum must also address the mounting issues, problems, and opportunities in the areas of civic engagement, diversity, and international and environmental awareness.

The UCC has six distinguishing features:

  • Intellectual development: As indicated in the Preamble and Goals and Objectives, UCC courses must have intellectual development goals, not simply content area requirements.
  • Exposure to multiple domains: The UCC ensures that students will be able to distinguish among domains of knowledge based on their specific epistemologies and methods, as well as on the basis of content.
  • Integration of 21st Century skills: In addition to developing writing skills beyond those of the required course in English composition, the UCC asks students to engage issues related to civic life, diverse cultures, and the environment, not in separate courses for each of these areas, but in courses that address one or more of these areas either inside or outside the major, inside or outside the UCC.
  • Integration of Core courses and the major: The UCC allows course work in the major to count for as many as six credits in the Core as long as the courses in the major meet learning transformation requirements.
  • Experiential/immersion experience or similar learning experience: The UCC envisions that students will demonstrate the ability to work successfully in the major (and related areas, as appropriate) through experiences that are cumulative and integrative, that include individual or collaborative reflective components, and that provide an opportunity to communicate, both orally and in writing, at a level expected of a college graduate.
  • Learning outcomes: The UCC encourages participation by any department in the university because the acceptability of courses for the core depends on learning outcomes, as well as course content.

Writing Proficiency Program. All baccalaureate students must satisfy the Writing Proficiency Requirement prior to graduation.

All WPP courses have as a prerequisite completion of ENG 104 or its equivalent with a grade of “C” or better. 

Students who have at least 60 but not more than 89 completed credits may attempt WPP 392 (Writing Proficiency Examination) two times. WPP 392 is a 0 credit course.

Students who have at least 60 completed credits may attempt WPP 394 (Writing Proficiency Seminar). WPP 394 is a 1 credit course, and the credit does apply toward total credits.

Students who have at least 60 completed credits may choose to take WPP 393 (Writing Proficiency Course).  WPP 393 is a 2-credit course, and the credits do apply toward total credits. WPP393 may also be used to satisfy the Core Curriculum’s “W” or Writing Intensive Course requirement.

Students with baccalaureate degrees from accredited institutions who are pursuing a second baccalaureate degree from BSU are exempt from the Writing Proficiency Requirement. Students who have satisfied the Writing Proficiency requirement after receiving a passing grade in one WPP course may not attempt another WPP course in order to supplement their grade total.


Foundations

One course required from each category except two courses are required for Written Communication:

Written Communication

ENG 103Rhetoric and Writing

3

 

ENG 104Composing Research

3

or

ENG 114Composing Research (Honors College)

3

 

Total Credit Hours:6

ENG 101 and ENG 102 substitute for ENG 103.

Oral Communication

COMM 210Fundamentals of Public Communication

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Mathematics

MATH 125Quantitative Reasoning

3

MATH 132Brief Calculus

3

MATH 161Applied Calculus 1

3

MATH 165Calculus 1

4

MATH 201Number, Operations, and Algebraic Reasoning for the Elementary Teacher

4

MATH 207Mathematics for the Teacher of the Exceptional Learner

4

Total Credit Hours:3-4

History

HIST 150The West in the World

3

or

HIST 151World Civilization 1

3

and

HIST 152World Civilization 2

3

 

Total Credit Hours:3-6

HIST 151 and HIST 152 substitute for HIST 150, which will satisfy the core foundation history requirement.

Physical Wellness

PFW 100Physical Conditioning

2

PFW 101Physical Fitness and Wellness Activity

1

PFW 102Physical Fitness and Wellness Lecture

1

PFW 103Walking

2

PFW 104Jogging

2

PFW 105Adapted Physical Fitness and Wellness

2

PFW 117Aqua Fitness

2

PFW 148Group Fitness

2

PFW 160Physical Fitness and Wellness

2

PFW 161Physical Fitness and Wellness Activity

1

PFW 162Physical Fitness and Wellness Lecture

1

PFW 217Swimming

2

Total Credit Hours:2

Personal Finance

FIN 101Personal Finance for Fiscal Wellness

1

FIN 110Personal Finance

3

Total Credit Hours:1-3

TIER 1 Domain

One course required from each category:

Fine Arts

AHS 100Introduction to Art

3

AHS 101Introduction to Art History: Global Traditions

3

DANC 100Introduction to Dance History

3

MUHI 100Introduction to Music

3

MUHI 139Perspectives of Jazz

3

MUHI 330Music History

3

MUST 100Fundamentals of Music Theory

3

THEA 100Introduction to Theatre

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Humanities

ANTH 103Archaeology and Culture

3

ANTH 111Anthropology of Everyday Life

3

AR 102Beginning Arabic 2

5

AR 201Intermediate Arabic 1

4

AR 202Intermediate Arabic 2

4

CC 101Word Origins and Vocabulary Development

3

CC 105Introduction to the Classical World

3

CH 102Beginning Chinese 2

4

CH 201Intermediate Chinese 1

4

CH 202Intermediate Chinese 2

4

ENG 206Reading Literature

3

ENG 213Introduction to Digital Literacies

3

ENG 220Language and Society

3

FR 102Beginning French 2

4

FR 201Intermediate French 1

3

FR 202Intermediate French 2

3

GEOG 121Geography of the Cultural Environment

3

GER 102Beginning German 2

4

GER 201Intermediate German 1

3

GER 202Intermediate German 2

3

HIST 201American History, 1492-1876

3

HIST 202United States History, 1877 to the Present

3

HONR 201Inquiries in the Ancient World

3

JAPA 102Beginning Japanese 2

4

JAPA 201Intermediate Japanese 1

4

JAPA 202Intermediate Japanese 2

4

JOUR 101Media and Society

3

LAT 102Beginning Latin 2

3

LAT 201Intermediate Latin 1

3

LAT 202Intermediate Latin 2

3

PHIL 100Introduction to Philosophy

3

RELS 110World Religions

3

RELS 160Religion in Culture

3

SP 102Beginning Spanish 2

4

SP 201Intermediate Spanish 1

3

SP 202Intermediate Spanish 2

3

TCOM 100The Entertainment Media

3

Total Credit Hours:3-5

Natural Sciences

ANTH 105Introduction to Biological Anthropology

3

ASTR 100Introductory Astronomy: A Study of the Solar System and Beyond

3

ASTR 120The Sun and Stars

3

BIO 100Biology for a Modern Society

3

BIO 111Principles of Biology 1

4

BIO 112Principles of Biology 2

4

CHEM 100People and Chemistry

3

CHEM 101General, Organic, and Biochemistry for the Health Sciences

5

CHEM 111General Chemistry 1

4

GEOG 101Earth, Sea, and Sky: A Geographic View

3

GEOL 101Planet Earth's Geological Environment

3

HSC 160Fundamentals of Human Health

3

NREM 101Environment and Society

3

PHYC 100Conceptual Physics

3

PHYC 101Physical Science Concepts for Teachers

1 TO 3

PHYC 110General Physics 1

4

PHYC 120General Physics 1

5

Total Credit Hours:3-5

Social Sciences

ANTH 101Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

CJC 101Introduction to American Criminal Justice System

3

CJC 102Introduction to Criminology

3

COMM 240Introduction to Interpersonal Communication

3

COMM 290Intercultural Communication

3

ECON 116Survey of Economic Ideas

3

ECON 201Elementary Microeconomics

3

ECON 247Economics and Statistics in the Media

3

GEOG 150Global Geography

3

HONR 189Inquiries in Global Studies

3

ISOM 125Introduction to Business with Integrated Computer Applications

3

PLAN 100Introduction to Urban Planning and Development

2

POLS 130American National Government

3

POLS 293International Relations

3

PSYS 100Introduction to Psychological Science

3

SOC 100Principles of Sociology

3

SOC 224Family and Society

3

SOC 242Social Problems

3

SOC 260Social Interaction

3

Total Credit Hours:2-3

TIER 2

One course required from each of 2 categories:

Fine Arts/Design/Humanities

ACR 291Ceramics for Non-Majors

3

ACR 292Metals for Non-Majors

3

ACR 293Glass for Non-Majors

3

AFA 291Drawing for Non-Majors

3

AFA 292Watercolor for Non-Majors

3

AFA 293Printmaking for Non-Majors

3

AFA 294Sculpture for Non-Majors

3

AHS 200Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art

3

AHS 201Art Criticism and Meaning

3

ANTH 241Gender, Sex, and Sexuality

3

ANTH 463Theory and Method in Historical Archaeology

3

ARCH 229History of Architecture 1

3

ART 290Basic Art Media and Techniques

3

ART 291Photography for Non-Art Majors

3

ART 292Experimental Moving Image for Non-Majors

3

CAP 200Design Thinking

3

CC 201Cultural Life of Ancient Greece

3

CC 202Cultural Life of Ancient Rome

3

CC 205Mythologies of the World

3

CH 334Chinese Culture and Civilization

3

COMM 322Communication and Popular Culture

3

DANC 302Dance History 2

3

EDRD 320Disciplinary Literacy in the Elementary Schools

3

EDSE 320Reading for Diverse Learners in Secondary Content Classes

3

ENG 214Introduction to Literature and Gender

3

ENG 215Introduction to African-American Literature

3

ENG 216Introduction to American Ethnic Literature

3

ENG 217Introduction to Queer Literature and Queer Theory

3

ENG 402Cultural Studies

3

ENG 405Special Topics in Creative Writing

3

ENG 490Literature and Gender

3

ENG 491Literature of African-American Traditions

3

ENG 492Native American Literature

3

ENG 493American Ethnic Literature

3

ENG 494Queer Literature/Queer Theory

3

ENG 498Studies in Global Literature

3

FR 334Civilization and Culture: The Old Regime

3

FR 335Civilization and Culture: Modern France

3

FR 360Introduction to French Literary Readings

3

GCM 184Graphics: Computer Applications

3

GCM 286Graphics: Fundamentals of Photography

3

GER 361Survey of German Prose

3

HIST 198Studies in Non-Western Civilizations

3

HIST 310Introduction to the History of Business in the United States

3

HIST 370Foundations of Asian Civilization

3

HIST 421American Indians in Colonial and U.S. History

3

HIST 461Development of Greek Civilization

3

HIST 467The Renaissance and Reformation, 1300-1600

3

HIST 486Russian Civilization before 1917: From Kievan Rus to Imperial Russia

3

HONR 202Inquiries in the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Enlightenment

3

HONR 203Inquiries in the Nineteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-first Centuries

3

ISOM 112Computer Applications for Design Solutions

3

JAPA 334Japanese Culture and Civilization

3

LA 221Landscape Architecture History - Mid-19th Century to Recent Past

3

LA 270Environmental Systems

3

MMP 100Survey of the Music Industry

3

MUHI 105Music and Popular Culture in America

3

MUHI 107History of Rock and Roll in America

3

MUHI 331Music History 2

3

MUSE 265Basic Music for Classroom Teachers

3

PHIL 102Introduction to Techniques of Critical Reasoning

3

PHIL 202Ethics

3

PHIL 203Social Philosophy

3

PHIL 215Philosophy of Race

3

PHIL 230Environmental Ethics

3

PHIL 235Bioethics

3

PHIL 240Society, Discipline, and Control

3

PHIL 304Philosophy of Sport

3

RELS 201Religion and Popular Culture

3

RELS 206Sex and the Bible

3

RELS 208The Qur'an

3

RELS 210Religion, Morality, and Public Debate

3

RELS 250Biblical Interpretation

3

RELS 275Islam

3

RELS 285Religious Diversity in the United States

3

RELS 290Hinduism

3

SP 335Topics in Hispanic Cultures

3 TO 6

TDPT 105Technical Design Graphics

3

TDPT 2803-D Prototyping

3

TEDU 102Design Techniques

3

THEA 207Design Awareness for the Non-Major

3

THEA 235Introduction to Shakespeare in Performance for the Non Major

3

THEA 317Pre-Modern Theatre History to 1700

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Natural Sciences/Social Sciences

ANTH 231Introduction to Native American Studies

3

ANTH 311Ethnicity and Race

3

ANTH 401History of Method and Theory in Anthropology

3

ASTR 124The Solar System

3

ASTR 126Black Holes, Dark Matter, and the Universe

3

BIO 102Biological Concepts for Teachers

3

BIO 113Microbiology for the Health Sciences

5

BIO 216Ecology

3

BIO 220Ecological Issues in the 21st Century

3

CHEM 112General Chemistry 2

4

CHEM 200Society and Chemistry

3

CJC 332Victimology

3

CJC 333Policing in Free and Diverse Society

3

CJC 341Community Corrections

3

CJC 350Criminal Evidence and Procedure

3

CS 200Computers and Society

3

CT 300Sustainability in Information Technology

3

ECON 202Elementary Macroeconomics

3

ECON 279Economic and Political Problems of Emerging Nations

3

ECON 309American Economic History/Development from Origins to the Civil War

3

ECON 310American Economic History/Development from the Civil War to the Present

3

ECON 311Environmental Economics

3

ECON 331Labor Economics

3

ECON 348Health Economics

3

ECON 351International Economics

3

ECYF 250Family Relations

3

EDFO 420Social, Historical, and Philosophical Foundations of Education

3

EDMU 205Introduction to Multicultural Education

3

EDMU 302Self and the Social Construction of Identity

3

EDMU 370Representation and Multiculturalism: Theory and Practice

3

EDMU 400Topical Seminar in Multicultural Studies: Culture of Masculinities

3

EDTE 355Learning and Teaching with Emerging Technologies

3

GEOG 265Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

3

GEOG 270Geography of International Conflict

3

GEOL 201Earth, Life, and Time

3

GEOL 204Natural Landscape Expertise for Storytellers, Artists, and World-Builders

3

GEOL 206Oceans and Nations

3

HONR 199Inquiries in Contemporary American Civilization

3

HONR 296Inquiries in the Physical Sciences

3

HONR 297Inquiries in the Earth Sciences

3

HONR 298Inquiries in the Life Sciences

3

HSC 180Principles of Community Health

3

HSC 261Health, Sexuality, and Family Life

3

HSC 371Death and Dying

3

NREM 205International Natural Resources: Development and Conservation

3

NREM 211Water Resources

3

NREM 221Soil Resources

3

PHYC 151Energy: Technology and Society

3

PLAN 220History and Theory of Planning 1

3

POLS 431Congress

3

POLS 432The Presidency

3

POLS 433The Judiciary

3

PSYS 324Psychology of Women

3

PSYS 325Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination

3

PSYS 326Psychology of Diversity

3

SOC 235Sociology of Gender

3

SOC 328Globalization and the Social World

3

SOC 333Sociology of Media

3

SOC 380Sociological Research Methods

3

SOC 421Racial and Cultural Minorities in the United States

3

SOC 425Sociology of Law

3

SOCW 325Human Behavior and the Social Environment 2

3

TDPT 406Technological Decision Making

3

WGS 210Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

3

WGS 220International Women's Issues

3

Total Credit Hours:3-5

TIER 3 Course/Experience

One course required:

ACR 418Ceramics: Senior Project

3

ACR 428Metals: Senior Project

3

ACR 438Glass: Senior Project

3

ADS 442Design: Senior Project and Portfolio

3

AFA 487Drawing: Senior Project

3

AFA 489Painting: Senior Project

3

AFA 491Sculpture: Senior Project

3

AFA 493Printmaking: Senior Project

3

AFAM 400African-American Studies Capstone

3

AHS 480Art History Senior Thesis

3

AHSC 485Respiratory Care Practicum 4

6

ANTH 369Paid Internship in Anthropology

1 TO 3

ANTH 445Archaeological Field School

3 TO 6

ANTH 450Ethnographic Field School

3 TO 6

ANTH 459Ethnographic Methods

3

ANTH 479Unpaid Internship

1 TO 3

AQUA 479Aquatics Internship

12

ARCH 320Introduction to Professional Practice

3

ARCH 401Architectural Design

5

ART 480Senior Project in Photography and Intermedia Art

3

ART 490Animation: Senior Project

3

AT 461Clinical Education in Athletic Training 6

2

BIO 315Methods in Cell Biology

2

BIO 316Methods in Ecology

2

CC 401Ancient Epic

3

CC 404Special Topics in Antiquity

3

CH 401Contemporary Masterpieces

3

CH 402Classical Masterpieces

3

CHEM 400Chemical Communications

1

CIS 490Information Systems Integration Project

3

CJC 495Capstone in Criminal Justice

3

CM 460Capstone in Construction

3

COMM 412Rhetorical Theory and Criticism

3

COMM 465Communication Research Methods

3

COMM 479Unpaid Professional Experience

1 TO 3

COMM 489Paid Professional Experience

1 TO 6

CS 490Software Production Studio

3 TO 6

CS 498Software Engineering 2

3

CT 466Capstone in Computer Technology

3

ECON 369Internship in Economics

1 TO 6

ECON 424Introduction to Econometrics

3

ECYF 400Student Teaching: Pre-Kindergarten

6 TO 12

ECYF 401Student Teaching: Kindergarten

6 TO 12

ECYF 402Student Teaching: Primary Grades

6 TO 12

ECYF 493Internship in Family and Child

3 TO 9

EDAL 470Student Teaching: All-Grade

6 TO 7

EDEL 463Student Teaching: Elementary

6

EDEL 464Student Teaching: Elementary

6

EDEL 465Student Teaching: Elementary

6

EDJH 465Elective Student Teaching: Junior High/Middle School

3 OR 5

EDSE 460Student Teaching: Secondary School

6 TO 7

EDSE 465Elective Student Teaching: Secondary, Junior High/Middle, or All-Grade

3 OR 5

EMHS 469Professional Practice

1 TO 6

ENG 444Senior Seminar

3

EXSC 479Exercise Science Internship

12

FL 470Immersive Study Abroad

1 TO 3

FR 403Seminar in French Literature

3 TO 9

FR 404Seminar in French Language or Civilization

3 TO 9

FR 470French Immersive Study Abroad

1 TO 3

GCM 490Graphics: Capstone for Graphic Communications

3

GEOG 369Professional Experience

3 TO 6

GEOG 448Geographic Information System Design

3

GEOG 479Practical Experience

3 TO 6

GEOL 383Field Geology

6

GER 470German Immersive Study Abroad

1 TO 3

HIST 369Public History Internship

3 TO 12

HIST 440Senior Research Project

1

HIST 470Senior Seminar

3

HONR 499Senior Honors Project

3

HOSP 369Internship in Food or Hospitality Management

3

HSC 479Internship

6

ID 495Tier 3 Experience for Bachelor of General Studies Students

1

IDES 484Interior Design Studio 6

3

INAD 369Internship in Fashion Apparel Design

1 TO 6

INFM 369Internship in Fashion Merchandising

3 TO 6

ISOM 369Industry Internship

3 TO 6

JAPA 401Contemporary Masterpieces

3

JAPA 470Japanese Immersive Study Abroad

1 TO 3

JOUR 369Internship

0 TO 12

JOUR 479Unpaid Internship

0 TO 3

LA 404Landscape Architecture Comprehensive Project

6

LSCM 475Advanced Six Sigma

3

LSCM 480Supply Chain Management Integration Project

3

MATH 498Senior Seminar

2

MGT 491Business Policy and Strategic Management

3

MMP 495MMP Project/Recital

3

MUSE 470Student Teaching in Music

7

MUSP 498Senior Recital

2

MUST 495Composition-Project Recital

1 TO 3

NREM 369Professional Practice/Experiential Learning

1 TO 3

NREM 405Integrated Resource Management

3

NREM 490Community Engagement in Natural Resources and Environmental Management

3

NUR 430Adult Health 4

4

NUTR 425Nutrition Counseling Practicum

3

PHIL 400Immersive or Experiential Learning

1 TO 6

PHYC 482Independent Studies in Physics

1 TO 3

PLAN 401Field Studio

4

PMGT 400Housing and Society

3

POLS 478Practical Experience in Government, Politics, or Public Service

3 TO 6

POLS 479Practical Experience in Law

3

POLS 480Access to Justice Clinic

3

PSYS 492Research Seminar

3

PSYS 499Department Honors in Psychology

1 TO 2

RELS 400Immersive or Experiential Learning

3

SOC 492Capstone Course in Sociology

3

SOCW 460Social Work Practicum

12

SOCW 462Social Work Practicum Seminar

3

SP 403Seminar in Cultural and Literary Studies

3 TO 9

SP 404Seminar in Language, Linguistics, and Culture

3 TO 9

SPAA 419Clinical Practicum

3

SPCE 438Advanced Seminar in ABA

3

SPCE 466Student Teaching: Deaf and Hard of Hearing

1 TO 12

SPCE 489Student Teaching: Mild Disabilities

1 TO 12

SPCE 491Student Teaching: Secondary Mild Interventions

1 TO 12

SPCE 492Student Teaching: Childrenand Youth with Severe Disabilities

6 TO 12

SPTA 479Sport Administration Internship

12

TCOM 408Media Ethics and Social Responsibility

3

TDPT 400Capstone in Technology

3

THEA 434Immersion Experience

1 TO 12

WGS 499Women's and Gender Studies Capstone

3

Writing

One course required:

AHS 201Art Criticism and Meaning

3

ANTH 241Gender, Sex, and Sexuality

3

ANTH 401History of Method and Theory in Anthropology

3

ANTH 463Theory and Method in Historical Archaeology

3

AQUA 458Aquatic Leadership and Staff Development

3

ARCH 229History of Architecture 1

3

AT 372Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training

3

BIO 315Methods in Cell Biology

2

BIO 316Methods in Ecology

2

CC 201Cultural Life of Ancient Greece

3

CC 202Cultural Life of Ancient Rome

3

CHEM 400Chemical Communications

1

CJC 309Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

3

CJC 397Constitutional Issues in Criminal Justice

3

CJC 398Human Services in Criminal Justice

3

CJC 399Special Populations in Criminal Justice

3

COMM 412Rhetorical Theory and Criticism

3

COMM 465Communication Research Methods

3

CS 498Software Engineering 2

3

DANC 302Dance History 2

3

ECON 311Environmental Economics

3

ECON 424Introduction to Econometrics

3

EDRD 430Assessment and Intervention in Elementary Schools

3

ENG 214Introduction to Literature and Gender

3

ENG 215Introduction to African-American Literature

3

ENG 216Introduction to American Ethnic Literature

3

ENG 217Introduction to Queer Literature and Queer Theory

3

ENG 230Reading and Writing about Literature

3

ENG 285Introduction to Creative Writing

3

ENG 402Cultural Studies

3

ENG 405Special Topics in Creative Writing

3

ENG 444Senior Seminar

3

ENG 490Literature and Gender

3

ENG 491Literature of African-American Traditions

3

ENG 492Native American Literature

3

ENG 493American Ethnic Literature

3

ENG 494Queer Literature/Queer Theory

3

ENG 498Studies in Global Literature

3

EXSC 493Advanced Concepts in Exercise Physiology

3

FR 302Composition

3

GCM 490Graphics: Capstone for Graphic Communications

3

GEOG 270Geography of International Conflict

3

GEOL 350Physical Hydrology

3

GER 302Composition

3

HIST 369Public History Internship

3 TO 12

HIST 370Foundations of Asian Civilization

3

HIST 371Tradition, Conflict, and Change in Modern Asia

3

HIST 407American Civil War and Reconstruction, 1848-1877

3

HIST 415History of Indiana

3

HIST 421American Indians in Colonial and U.S. History

3

HIST 440Senior Research Project

1

HIST 461Development of Greek Civilization

3

HIST 462Development of Roman Civilization

3

HIST 467The Renaissance and Reformation, 1300-1600

3

HIST 470Senior Seminar

3

HIST 471France Since 1789

3

HIST 495Modern China, 1600 to the Present

3

HONR 202Inquiries in the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Enlightenment

3

HONR 203Inquiries in the Nineteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-first Centuries

3

HSC 290Evaluation and Assessment in Health and Physical Education

3

HSC 396Health Communication Media Production

2

HSC 487Applied Research, Writing, and Evaluation in Health Promotion

3

ISOM 249Foundations of Business Communication

3

JOUR 104Strategic Writing

3

LA 404Landscape Architecture Comprehensive Project

6

MATH 395Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Secondary School

3

MATH 498Senior Seminar

2

MUHI 331Music History 2

3

MUSE 265Basic Music for Classroom Teachers

3

NEWS 105Journalistic Storytelling: Introduction

3

NEWS 221Journalistic Storytelling: Covering Issues

3

NREM 331Energy and Mineral Resources: Issues and Choices

3

PHIL 102Introduction to Techniques of Critical Reasoning

3

PHIL 202Ethics

3

PHIL 215Philosophy of Race

3

PHIL 230Environmental Ethics

3

PHIL 235Bioethics

3

PHIL 240Society, Discipline, and Control

3

PHIL 304Philosophy of Sport

3

PHIL 415Topics in Neurophilosophy

3

PHYC 482Independent Studies in Physics

1 TO 3

PLAN 220History and Theory of Planning 1

3

POLS 281Economic and Political Problems of Emerging Nations

3

POLS 312Early Western Political Thought

3

POLS 313Modern Western Political Thought

3

POLS 344Advanced Legal Research and Writing

3

POLS 432The Presidency

3

POLS 482Government and Politics of Western Europe

3

PSYS 284Research Methods in Psychological Science

4

RELS 201Religion and Popular Culture

3

RELS 206Sex and the Bible

3

RELS 208The Qur'an

3

RELS 210Religion, Morality, and Public Debate

3

RELS 275Islam

3

RELS 285Religious Diversity in the United States

3

RELS 400Immersive or Experiential Learning

3

SCI 396Using Science Methods and Materials

3

SOC 380Sociological Research Methods

3

SOCW 250Human Behavior and the Social Environment 1

3

SP 302Composition and Grammar

3

SP 306Composition for Heritage Speakers

3

SPTA 345Sport Communication

3

TCOM 346Sales and Promotion Writing

3

THEA 317Pre-Modern Theatre History to 1700

3

WGS 410Feminist Theory

3

WPP 393Writing Proficiency Course

2

Total Credit Hours:3-5