21 hours required 9 hours required 3 courses from the follow ing GEO 235 250

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21 hours required. 9 hours required (3 courses) from the follow- ing: GEO 235, 250; HIS 104.01, 265, 266; POL 246. (At least two disciplines must be represented from this list.) Choose 4 courses (12 hours) from the follow- ing electives: GEO 235.01, 250; HIS 104.01, 265, 266; POL 246 (if not taken as part of required core); ANT 181, 185; FOR 206; MUS 139.21, 153, 154, 239.21; THE 271, 275. No more than 9 hours may be selected from the student’s first or second major department. Other courses approved by the minor advisor may be counted toward the minor. NOTE : Please refer to specific departments or schools for further course information including prerequisites. African Studies minors are encouraged to study abroad in Africa. There are a number of study abroad programs in which students can participate that range in length from a summer to a semester, or an entire academic year. Interested students should contact the Office of International Studies and Programs. MINOR IN CHILDREN’S STUDIES Advisor : Dr. Karen Coats, English Department 323F Stevenson Hall, Campus Box 4240 (309) 438-3740 The Minor in Children's Studies provides an opportunity for students to enhance their knowl- edge of children and child culture through interdis- ciplinary exploration of child-related issues. This program is designed to be of interest to students who wish to pursue child-related emphases in their major disciplines, such as children's literature, child psychology, children's history and culture, pedi- atrics, juvenile justice, or social work with children, or for those who wish to learn more about the sub- ject of childhood from multidisciplinary frames of reference. The minor will also provide a foundation for those students who intend to go to professional or graduate school to pursue child-centered research interests. A minimum of 24 hours, including FCS 112 or HIS 112 or SOC 112 and one of the following: FCS 101, PSY 301, C&I 210. — The remaining 18 hours must include a mini- mum of 2 courses from Group A and a mini- mum of 2 courses from Group B. — Group A: ENG 170, 271, 272, 370, 372, 373, 374, 375; MUS 371. — Group B: C&I 233; CJS 215; FCS 231; 233; 250; HIS 261, 262, 330; NUR 208; PAS 115, 175; POL 322, 339; PSY 215, 302; 346; SOC 262. — With permission of the minor advisor the fol- lowing categories of courses may be counted toward the minor. 1-3 hours of an internship with a child-related agency, arranged through a department. 1-3 hours of an independent study on a child- related topic. 1-3 hours of a special topics course on a child- related topic, offered through a department. NOTE : No more than 9 hours may be select- ed from the student’s first or second major department. MINOR IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE D irec tor: David L. Anderson Department of Philosophy 333B Stevenson Hall, Campus Box 4540 (309) 438-7175; [email protected] ilstu.edu A minimum of 24 hours required for the minor, depending on the emphasis chosen and the level of preparation of student. Programs must be planned in consultation with an advisor. Students are required to seek an advisor through the Director of Cognitive Science Studies.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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