Pathology and Audiology and the Schools of Communica tion and Social Work as

Pathology and audiology and the schools of communica

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Pathology and Audiology, and the Schools of Communica- tion and Social Work, as well as the program in Women’s Studies. The College offers the core of the General Educa- tion Program required of all undergraduates, a wide range of academic major and minor programs for meeting bac- calaureate degree requirements, master’s programs in most disciplines and doctoral programs in Biological Sciences, English Studies, Mathematics, and Psychology. Course offerings span the humanities, social and behavioral sci- ences, natural sciences, and mathematics. Foreign Language Requirement : All graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences must satisfy a foreign language requirement that may be met by: 3 years of one foreign language in high school or comple- tion of the second semester or higher of college-level for- eign language with a grade of C or better or equivalent proficiency as determined by examination. American Sign Language may be used to fulfill this requirement by trans- fer credit or by proficiency. ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE Under the auspices of the College of Arts and Sciences, the English Language Institute (ELI) provides a special non- degree intensive program (20-hours per week) in English as a Second Language for international students who wish to increase their English proficiency for college-level work or for international students on exchange programs. After the first semester, qualifying students can enroll in one regular University class in addition to their ELI program. In general, students enroll at ELI as full-time students for a semester or more. Although admission to ELI does not guarantee subse- quent admission to a degree program at the University, ELI students who attain a satisfactory TOEFL score can be admitted to a degree program at the University, provided they also meet the other requirements for admission. Hence, international students who do not have the minimum TOEFL score for admission to a degree program are encouraged to attend ELI first to prepare for admission to such a program at the University. For further information, contact English Language Institute, Campus Box 6123; Fax: (309) 438-3031; phone: (309) 438-2072; Web site: - LanguageInstitute; or email: [email protected] ARTS AND SCIENCES PROGRAMS The College of Arts and Sciences participates in the Major in Interdisciplinary Studies and the minors in African-American Studies; African Studies; Children’s Studies; Cognitive Science; Environmental Studies; Eth- nic and Cultural Studies; International Studies; Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino/a Studies; Middle East- ern and South Asian Studies; Peace and Conflict Resolu- tion Studies; and Tourism Studies. For further information, please consult the section entitled “Universi- ty-Wide Curriculum” in this Undergraduate Catalog.
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  • Fall '15
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