Multimedia Journalism

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

COM 139 — APPRECIATING FILM

COM 232 — MEDIA PRODUCTION I: VIDEO

ENG 317 — TELLING THE STORY: NEWS WRITING

COM 111 — INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION STUDIES

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

ENG 318 — TELLING THE STORY: FEATURE WRITING

COM 333 — MEDIA PRODUCTION II: AUDIO

COM 334 — BROADCAST PERFORMANCE

COM 111 — INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION STUDIES

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

Music

Bachelor of Arts programs: major in Music; major in Music K-12 Education.

Bachelor of Music programs: major in Composition; major in Instrumental Music; major in Piano; major in Voice; major in Music K-12 Education. 

First-year students interested in a Music major will be registered for MUS 380 (ST: Pre Materials of Music) in fall semester.

Upon students' arrival in August, Music faculty will test and place the first-year students into appropriate levels of music theory classes. The remedial students will remain in MUS 380 (ST: Pre Materials of Music) and the other students will be placed into sections of MUS 111 (Materials of Music I) courses.

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MUS 111 — MATERIALS OF MUSIC I

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MUS 112 — MATERIALS OF MUSIC II

MUS 128 — AURAL SKILLS I

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

REL 200 — CHRISTIANITY AND RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY

Music Education

Degree options: Bachelor of Arts, K-12 Music Education; Bachelor of Music, K-12 Music Education.

First-year students interested in a Music major will be registered for MUS 380 (ST: Pre Materials of Music) in fall semester.

Upon students' arrival in August, Music faculty will test and place the first-year students into appropriate levels of music theory classes. The remedial students will remain in MUS 380 (ST: Pre Materials of Music) and the other students will be placed into sections of MUS 111 (Materials of Music I) courses.

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MUS 111 — MATERIALS OF MUSIC I

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MUS 112 — MATERIALS OF MUSIC II

MUS 128 — AURAL SKILLS I

MUS 431 — VOICE CLASS

EDUC 211 — GENERAL MUSIC METHODS

Neuroscience

This represents a typical first-year plan for students studying neuroscience; however, our program offers a great deal of flexibility for students who wish to continue a language in their first year, double major, study abroad in the future, etc. If students take more than one lab science course, or are involved in co-curricular activities with significant time commitment, in their first semester, we advise taking PED 111 (Wellness) in the second semester.

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

CHEM 127 — GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

CHEM 117 — PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY

NEU 109 — INTRO TO NEUROSCIENCE

BIOL 121 — CELL BIOLOGY

PSYC 111 — INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

Semester II

PED 111 — WELLNESS

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

NUE 109 — INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE

BIOL 122 — EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY

PSYC 111 — INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

CHEM 128 — GENERAL CHEMISTRY II

CHEM 142 — SURVEY OF ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY

Nursing

The Nursing department strongly recommends BIOL 121 (Cell Biology) and CHEM 142 (Survey of Organic and Biochemistry). If students take CHEM 127 (General Chemistry I), they will also need to take CHEM 128 (General Chemistry II) to have the same level preparation for CHEM 304 (Pharmacology). 

The complete curriculum guide is available here.

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

BIOL 101 — GENERAL BIOLOGY

BIOL 121 — CELL BIOLOGY

WORLD LANGUAGE CORE CLASS

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

CHEM 142 — SURVEY OF ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY

PSYC 111 — INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

WORLD LANGUAGE CORE CLASS

Philosophy

First-year students who have interest in Philosophy or Art are welcome to take PHIL 311 (Ancient Philosophy) or PHIL 333 (Philosophy of Art), even as 300-level courses. Both courses do not have pre-requisites.

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

PHIL 110 — THINKING ABOUT VALUES

PHIL 120 — RATIONALITY AND FAITH

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

PHIL 110 — THINKING ABOUT VALUES

PHIL 120 — RATIONALITY AND FAITH

PHIL 230 — SYMBOLIC LOGIC

REL 200 — CHRISTIANITY AND RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

Physical Education

The Education department recommends that students complete the World Language core requirement during the first year. 

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

PED 200 — FOUNDATIONS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

HLTH 143 — FIRST AID AND CPR: EMERGENCY RESPONSE

WORLD LANGUAGE CORE COURSE

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

PED 111 — WELLNESS

WORLD LANGUAGE CORE COURSE

ARTS CORE COURSE

HUMANITIES CORE COURSE

Physics

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MATH 121 — CALCULUS I

PHYS 115 — FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHYSICS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MATH 122 — CALCULUS II

PHYS 128 — PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Physics Education

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MATH 121 — CALCULUS I

PHYS 115 — FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHYSICS

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

MATH 122 — CALCULUS II

PHYS 128 — PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

PED 111 — WELLNESS

Political Science

Semester I

INQ 100 — INQUIRY SEMINAR

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

PSC 121 — THINKING ABOUT POLITICS: AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

PSC 211 — U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM

PSC 241 — INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

PSC 256 — COMPARATIVE POLITICS

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

Semester II

IOC 100 — INQUIRY: ORAL COMMUNICATION

IWC 100 — INQUIRY: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

PSC 121 — THINKING ABOUT POLITICS: AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

PSC 211 — U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM

PSC 241 — INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

PSC 256 — COMPARATIVE POLITICS

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE

EXPLORATION OR ELECTIVE