Man and environment information and communication

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Man and Environment Information and Communication Literacy ................................................... (15) Composition and Literature EH 1301 English Composition I EH 1302 English Composition II EH 2301 or EH 2303 or EH 2304 Communication: EH 1303 Speech Communication Technology: CS 2305 Intro to Computer Science & Programming Personal and Social Literacy ......................................................................... ([9) Personal PE 1300 Lifetime Fitness FE 1100 Freshman Experience PE Activity: Two one–hour activity courses
172 Social Science (one course from the following) PY 1310 Introduction to Psychology CJ 1300 Introduction to Criminal Justice COU 2320 Introduction to Counseling SY 2328 Introduction to Sociology PS 2308 Introduction to American Constitutional Government BA 2303 Macroeconomics Major Field Requirements .................................................................................... ......... 42 MH 1452 Calculus II MH 2453 Calculus III MH 2340 Statistics MH 2190 Transition to Advanced Mathematics MH 3310 Linear Algebra MH 3320 Discrete Mathematics MH 3370 Ordinary Differential Equations MH 4300 Numerical Analysis & Scientific Computing MH 4310 Mathematical Statistics MH 4340 Abstract Algebra I MH 4360 Real Analysis I MH 4370 Complex Variables Elective: One of the following: MH 3340 Number Theory MH 4330 History of Mathematics MH 4345 Abstract Algebra II MH 4350 Foundations of Plane Geometry MH 4390 Internship (last semester) Departmental Requirement .................................................................................. ........... 4 PHY 2312 University Physics II PHY 2112 University Physics II Lab Electives ................................................................................................................ ......... 12 9 of these elective hours must be upper division. Science or Computer Science recommended Total Hours ............................................................................................................ 123/129 Note: 48 hours of upper level credits are required for graduation. This number decreases by one hour for each upper level BI course taken for 2-hour credit. Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Core Requirements ............................................................................................... .... 70-76 Christian Literacy ...................................................................................... (18-24) Lower Level Courses BI 1211/1311 Life of Christ BI 1214/1314 Book of Acts BI 2202/2302 Pentateuch BI Elective (2/3 hours) Upper Level Courses BI 3311 Marriage and Family BI 4311 Christian Cultural Heritage BI Elective (2/3 hours) BI Elective (2/3 hours) Cultural Heritage Literacy ............................................................................. (12) HU 1310 Western Cultural Heritage I HU 1320 Western Cultural Heritage II HU 2310 Western Cultural Heritage III HU 2320 American Cultural Heritage Mathematical and Scientific Literacy ........................................................... (11) Mathematics Requirement: MH 1451 Calculus I Physical Science Requirement
173 PHY 2311 University Physics I PHY 2111 University Physics I Lab Natural Science Requirement: one course from Biology BIO 1300 o4 2320 Perspectives in Biology or Man and Environment Information and Communication Literacy ................................................... (21) Composition and Literature EH 1301 English Composition I EH 1302 English Composition II EH 2301 or EH 2303 or EH 2304 Communication: EH 1303 Speech Communication Technology (one from the following list, according to desired emphasis) CA 1302 Computer Applications or CS 2305 Intro to Computer Science & Programming or INF 1300 Information Research and Strategies or *ED 2325 Technology in the Classroom (*required for certification in Education) Foreign Language: 6 hours in a given foreign language Personal and Social Literacy .......................................................................... (9) Personal PE 1300 Lifetime Fitness FE 1100 Freshman Experience PE Activity — Two one-hour activity courses Social Science (one course form the following list) PY 1310 Introduction to Psychology CJ 1300

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