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1 UNDERGRADUATE 2014 CATALOG

2 Warrensburg, MO SAY-UCMO ( ) University Operator ucmo.edu Welcome The University of Central Missouri is committed to your success more than ever. With the Learning to a Greater Degree Contract, UCM is ensuring the entire fabric of the university is designed to help you succeed. UCM is initiating a number of projects, one of which is the largest in university history. Scheduled to be finished August 2015, our mixed-use residential and retail facility, The Crossing, will offer two- and four-bedroom apartments, a Starbucks and SPIN! Pizza, a full-service restaurant. This, along with the new dining center in the Fitzgerald residence hall, will help make the campus a vibrant, energetic place to be seven days a week. Here s what else you can expect from UCM: Engaged learning to prepare you for the future with practical, hands-on experience in your field. A worldly perspective that readies you for a world that continues to become more global by offering study abroad opportunities and exposure to students from more than 50 countries. A culture of service where you are able to dedicate volunteer hours to many nonprofit agencies, impacting your community. Future-focused academics where new technologies keep you abreast of the latest changes in your field. Enrollment in the right 15 credit hours per semester to ensure you graduate on time. Financial incentives to reward you for staying on track. Expanded advising and e-advising access. A portfolio that showcases your on-campus involvement and successes. Exciting plans are on the horizon for UCM students. We are committed to providing you a degree with greater value and real-world application. Think of the Learning to a Greater Degree Contract as a promise from UCM. With your commitment, we will be by your side, helping you make the most of your time on campus and beyond. We are certain that your education at UCM will serve you long after you graduate. Thank you for deciding to choose RED! Joining you in service, 2014 Undergraduate Catalog Chuck Ambrose President, University of Central Missouri BOARD OF GOVERNORS Marvin E. Wright Board President Columbia MARY DANDURAND Board Secretary Warrensburg WELDON BRADY Warrensburg WALTER hicklin Gravois Mills GUS WETZEL II Board Vice President Clinton vacant Student Governor JOHN COLLIER Weston Mary long Kansas City Announcements in this catalog are subject to change and thus do not constitute an agreement or contract. Every effort is made to provide accurate and up-to-date information, however, the university reserves the right to change without notice statements concerning rules, policies, fees, curricula, courses or other matters when necessary. This publication was prepared by the Registrar s Office, Ward Edwards Building 00, with help from the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Administration Building 203, and University Relations, Administration Building 302, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO Publication date, April The University of Central Missouri is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), a member of the North Central Association. For information about HLC Accreditation, contact The Higher Learning Commission, 30 North La Salle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL , telephone , ncahigherlearningcommission.org. Mission Statement The University of Central Missouri experience transforms students into lifelong learners, dedicated to service, with the knowledge, skills and confidence to succeed and lead in the region, state, nation and world. UCM offers a comprehensive array of bachelor s programs and selected master s and doctoral programs building upon historical strengths and statewide mission. Approved by the UCM Board of Governors, October 2008

3 ii Table of Contents Welcome... i Academic Calendar.... iv SECTION I General Information, Standards and Regulations, Services and Facilities Your Catalog... 1 The University... 1 The UCM Community Creed... 1 Accreditations... 2 Admissions How to Apply... 4 Visiting High School Students... 5 Visiting College Students... 6 Senior Citizens... 6 International Student Admissions... 7 Planned Placement... 9 Types of Credits.... Housing Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity Statement Institutional and Financial Information Costs Fees and Expenses Supplemental Course Fees Determination of MO Residency for Fee Purposes Financial Responsibility Refund Policy Financial Assistance Types of Financial Aid How to Apply Financial Need Scholarships Other Assistance Midwest Student Exchange Program Non-resident Fee Credit Choose Red Grant Satisfactory Academic Progress Short-term Loans Veteran Benefits Standards and Regulations Student Rights and Responsibilities Philosophy of Academic Standards Student Responsibility Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act 18 Amendment of Education Records Application for Exception Procedure Vehicles on Campus Tobacco Alcohol and Other Substances Academic Policies Credit Hours Academic Load Summer Course Load Policy Class Attendance Classification of Students Field Trips Final Examinations Final Grades and Transcripts Central Degree Audit (DegreeWorks) Degree Revocation Policy Unauthorized Persons in Classrooms Academic Standards Grading System Grade Point Averages Computation of Grade Point Average Academic Standing Dean s List Graduation with Honors Grade Appeals Grade Requirements for Program Admission and Graduation Unfinished Work Enrollment Regulations Changes in Class Schedules Withdrawal from the University Students Called to Military Service Holds Enrollment Validation Policy Enrollment Verifications Repeat Enrollment in Courses The Pass/Fail Program Auditing Courses Course Numbers Course Prerequisites Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses Degree Requirements Date of Catalog for Checking Degree Requirements General Education Requirements Upper-level Credit Hours in Residence State Law Requirement, Section Application for Graduation Social Opportunities Student Activities Student Organizations Fraternity and Sorority Life Intercollegiate Athletics and Organized Sports Recreation Facilities Multipurpose Building Pertle Springs The Union Bowling Center Recreational Programs Shooting Range Student Recreation and Wellness Center Other Facilities Services and Facilities Academic Advisement Academic Enrichment Accessibility Services (ADA/504) Airport Alumni Association Assessment Business Innovation Institute Career Development Services The Center for Teaching and Learning Central Regional Professional Development Center Chapel Child Care Centers Counseling Center Dining Services Distance Learning Elliott Union English Language Center Extended Studies Institute for Public Safety Institute for Rural Emergency Management Institute of Justice and International Studies The International Center International Student and Scholar Services KMOS-TV Library Services Meeting and Conference Services Mentoring, Advocacy and Peer Support Military and Veteran Services Missouri Safety Center University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

4 Non-Traditional Student Services Office of Technology Public Safety Publications Registrar and Student Records Research School of Graduate Studies Student Experience and Engagement Student Financial Services Student Volunteer Programs Testing Services UCM Foundation UCM Summit Center Union Station: Crossroads to Technology University of Central Missouri Prussing Farm University Health Center University Store Welch-Schmidt Center for Communication Disorders.. 40 SECTION II Degree Program Requirements Degrees General Requirements for All Baccalaureate Degrees. 41 Specific Requirements for the Various Baccalaureates.41 Double Degrees Majors Double Majors Minors Undergraduate Certificates Course Overlap General Education Program General Education Outcomes and Competencies Policies Concerning the General Education Program.. 44 General Education Assessment Policy Transfer Students and General Education Assessment Teacher Education Majors and General Education Assessment Admission to Degree Programs General Education Assessment General Education Assessment Test Registration The General Education Program Requirements The Honors College Program Additional Academic Opportunities Open Option Program Pre-Professional Education Pre-Law Individualized Majors and Minors International Study Degree/Major Programs Minors, Certificates, and Other Academic Programs.59 Course Prefixes Four-Year Academic Guides The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Religious Studies Department of Communication and Sociology Women s and Gender Studies Department of English and Philosophy Department of Government, International Studies, and Languages Department of History and Anthropology School of Visual and Performing Arts Department of Art and Design Department of Music Department of Theatre and Dance The College of Education Teacher Education Department of Career and Technology Education.. 91 Department of Educational Foundations and Literacy Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education The Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies B.S.B.A. Admission Requirements... 0 School of Business Administration Department of Economics, Finance, and Marketing... 1 Department of Management... 4 School of Accountancy and Computer Information Systems... 6 School of Professional Studies Department of Aviation... 9 Department of Communication Disorders and Social Work Department of Criminal Justice Department of Military Science and Leadership Missouri Safety Center Table of Contents iii The College of Health, Science, and Technology Department of Biology and Agriculture Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Department of Nursing Department of Nutrition and Kinesiology Department of Psychological Science School of Environmental, Physical, and Applied Sciences School of Technology SECTION III Course Descriptions How to Read Course Descriptions A-Z Course Listings A B C D E F G H I L M N P... 2 R S T W Index University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

5 iv Academic Calendar FALL SEMESTER 2014, AUGUST DECEMBER Aug Friday, university apartments open, 8 a.m. Aug. 15/18.. Monday, faculty planning. Aug Sunday, residence halls open, 8 a.m. Aug Tuesday, 8 a.m., classes begin. Aug Tuesday, last day for fall semester enrollment and changing classes. Waitlist for fall semester ends. Aug Tuesday, last day to change a full semester and firsthalf semester class to/from audit grade mode. Sept Monday, Labor Day Holiday, CLASSES DISMISSED and UNIVERSITY OFFICES CLOSED. Sept Friday, last day to change a first-half semester class to/from pass/fail grade mode. Sept Friday, Spring 2015 course schedule available to view in MyCentral. Sept Friday-Saturday-Sunday, Family Weekend. Sept Tuesday, last day to change a full semester class to/ from pass/fail grade mode. Sept Tuesday, last day to drop a first-half semester class.* Sept Tuesday, mid-semester grades available at noon in MyCentral. Oct.... Friday, final examinations for first-half semester classes and end of first-half semester. Oct Monday, second-half semester classes begin. Oct Monday, last day to add/change a second-half semester class. Waitlist for second-half semester classes ends. Oct Monday, last day to change a second-half semester class to/from audit grade mode. Oct Monday, enrollment for spring semester begins. Students can find their individual enrollment access date at Oct Saturday, Homecoming. Oct Tuesday, last day to drop a full semester class.* Oct Friday, last day to change a second-half semester class to/from pass/fail grade mode. Nov Monday, last day to apply for Fall undergraduate graduation to have name included in the printed commencement program. Nov Monday, cap and gown distribution for Fall graduation begins at the University Store through commencement day. Nov Friday, last day to apply for Spring and Summer undergraduate graduation to be considered for the 15 to Finish scholarship (transfer students only) Nov Saturday, last day to petition for reinstatement for spring semester (for suspended and dismissed students) Nov Monday, last day to drop a second-half semester class.* Nov Friday, residence halls close, 6 p.m. Nov Monday through Wednesday, fall break, CLASSES DISMISSED. Nov Thursday and Friday, Thanksgiving holiday, CLASSES DISMISSED AND UNIVERSITY OFFICES CLOSED. Nov Sunday, residence halls open, noon. Dec Friday, last day of fall semester classes. Dec Monday through Friday, fall semester final examinations (includes second-half semester classes). Dec Friday, residence halls close, 6 p.m. Dec Friday, Graduate School Commencement. Dec Saturday, Undergraduate Commencement. Dec Thursday, final semester grades available in MyCentral. Dec Friday, Summer 2015 course schedule available to view in MyCentral. Dec. 24-Jan. 1 Winter holidays, UNIVERSITY OFFICES CLOSED. SPRING SEMESTER 2015, JANUARY MAY Jan FAFSA available at fafsa.gov Jan Thursday, offices open. Jan Sunday, residence halls open, noon. Jan Monday, 8 a.m., classes begin. Jan Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, CLASSES DISMISSED and UNIVERSITY OFFICES CLOSED. Jan Tuesday, last day for spring semester enrollment and changing classes. Waitlist for spring semester ends. Jan Tuesday, last day to change a full semester and first-half semester class to/from audit grade mode. Jan Friday, Fall 2015 course schedule available to view in MyCentral. Jan Thursday, last day to change a first-half semester class to/from pass/fail grade mode. Feb Tuesday, last day to change a full semester class to/from pass/fail grade mode. Feb Tuesday, last day to drop a first-half semester class.* Feb Tuesday, mid-semester grades available at noon in MyCentral. March 4... Wednesday, final examinations for first-half semester classes and end of first-half semester. March 5... Thursday, second-half semester classes begin. March Thursday, last day to add/change a second-half semester class. Waitlist for second-half semester classes ends. March Thursday, last day to change a second-half semester class to/from audit grade mode. March Friday, residence halls close, 6 p.m. March Monday through Friday, Spring Break, CLASSES DISMISSED. University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

6 Academic Calendar v March Sunday, residence halls open, noon. March Monday, enrollment for summer and fall semesters begins. Students can find their individual enrollment access date at March Monday, last day to change a second-half semester class to/from pass/fail grade mode. March Monday, last day to drop a full semester class.* March Monday, last day to apply for Spring and Summer undergraduate graduation to have name included in the printed commencement program. April 1... Wednesday, priority date for students to have submitted the Federal Financial Aid Application (FAFSA) to the national FAFSA processing agency. April 6... Monday, cap and gown distribution for spring and summer graduation begins at the University Store through commencement day. April Wednesday, last day to apply for Fall undergraduate graduation to be considered for the 15 to Finish scholarship (transfer students only) April Wednesday, last day to petition for reinstatement for summer semester (for suspended and dismissed students) April Thursday, last day to drop a second-half semester class.* May 1... Friday, last day of spring semester classes. May Monday through Friday, spring semester final examinations (includes second-half semester classes). May 8...Friday, housing facilities close, 6 p.m. May 8... Friday, Graduate School Commencement. May 9... Saturday, Undergraduate Commencement. May Thursday, final semester grades available in MyCentral. July 9... Thursday, 2nd 6-week session ends and final exams. July Thursday, 8-week session ends and final exams. Aug Thursday, 3rd 6-week and 12-week sessions end and final exams. Aug Friday, housing facilities close, 6 p.m. Aug Thursday, final semester grades available in MyCentral. *NOTE: The refund (0%, 50%, and 25%) and last day to drop dates may vary for individual classes. Students can find the deadlines for their particular courses online in MyCentral. Go to the Student Services tab and choose Check Refund and Withdrawal Dates. More information can be found in the Standards and Regulations section of this catalog. SUMMER SESSIONS 2015, MAY AUGUST May Sunday, housing facilities open at 1 p.m. for 1st session students. May Monday, 1st 6- and 12-week sessions begin. May Monday, Memorial Day holiday, CLASSES DISMISSED and UNIVERSITY OFFICES CLOSED. May 31...Sunday, housing facilities open at 1 p.m. for 2nd session students. June 1...Monday, 2nd 6-, and 8-week sessions begin. June 25...Thursday, 1st 6-week sessions end and final exams. June 28...Sunday, housing facilities open at 1 p.m. for 3rd session students. July Wednesday, last day to petition for reinstatement for fall semester (for suspended and dismissed students) June Monday, 3rd 6-week session begins. July 3... Friday, Independence Day Holiday, CLASSES DISMISSED and UNIVERSITY OFFICES CLOSED. University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

7 vi Standards and Regulations represents UCM s strengthened commitment to student success. The contract is not a requirement, it s an invitation. Enrolling in the right 15 credit hours each semester. Attending class regularly. Communicating with your professors. Checking in with your academic advisor every semester. Living on campus for two years (required for incoming students). A campus with 24/7 activity. A commitment to keeping costs low. An involvement portfolio to showcase your successes. Expanded living, dining and learning spaces. Your journey begins at UCM. It ends with a diploma and countless opportunities for a brighter future. We are here to make sure your journey is exciting, fun, fulfilling and ultimately leads you to success. Together, it s time to experience learning to a greater degree. ucmo.edu/contract University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

8 SECTION I General Information, Standards and Regulations, Services and Facilities Your Catalog Your University of Central Missouri catalog contains a wealth of information for students and faculty members. Examine it carefully. Organized for your convenience, it has three main sections: I. General Information, Standards and Regulations, Services and Facilities II. Degree Program Requirements III. Course Descriptions This catalog is a reliable guide for entering the university, reviewing available programs of study, selecting courses, and meeting graduation requirements. To the extent possible, the university will accept the degree requirements in it for an eight-year period. (See Section I, Standards and Regulations, Date of Catalog for Checking Degree Requirements.) Since the policies and programs of the university are constantly changing, no catalog can be completely up-to-date, even when it is published. Students, therefore, should review their programs periodically with an academic advisor and with departmental advisors to allow for necessary changes. Individual departments and degree programs may have policies and requirements that are more stringent than the university policies described in Section I of this catalog. General Information 1 The University The University of Central Missouri is located in Warrensburg, a west central Missouri community of 16,350, located 50 miles southeast of Kansas City at the junction of Highways 50 and 13. It is easily reached by automobile or AMTRAK. Central Missouri has provided more than a century of service, having been founded in 1871 as the State Normal School for the Second Normal District of Missouri. Formal accreditation and continued growth led the campus to be recognized as Central Missouri State Teachers College in 1919, Central Missouri State College in 1946, Central Missouri State University in 1972 and the University of Central Missouri in UCM is an affirmative action EEO/ADA institution. Including its airport and other special facilities, the university occupies more than 1,000 acres. It offers over 150 graduate and undergraduate programs for nearly 12,000 students. Its facilities are exceptional not only its modern classrooms, laboratories, technical developments, and residence halls, but also its airport, Pertle Springs Park, and recreational and sports areas. With a university motto of Education for Service, it is not surprising that the university s faculty members have earned a reputation for teaching excellence, on and off campus. They have also distinguished themselves as scholars, achieving recognition in academic and professional organizations, in addressing learned societies, in performing in music and the arts, and in writing many books and journal articles. The UCM Community Creed Choosing to become a citizen of the University of Central Missouri implies an acceptance of and willingness to contribute to the common goals and purposes of the community. The UCM Community Creed outlines the principles which guide the creation and maintenance of the desired community at UCM. The creed also provides a framework for individual behaviors which help build our vision. As a member of the UCM community, I will join in building... a learning community by striving for academic and personal excellence and by promoting the value of education and lifelong learning; an open community by creating and maintaining effective channels of communication and by accepting and respecting individuals whose values, ideas, beliefs, and life experiences may be different from my own; a caring community by seeking opportunities to serve and by supporting and affirming the well-being of others; a just community by behaving in ways which are ethical, honest, equitable, trustworthy, civil and respectful; a disciplined community by seeking to understand and fulfill personal responsibilities, by upholding university guidelines and by working toward self and community betterment; a celebrative community by observing and honoring existing traditions and by seeking and creating opportunities to enrich and define UCM; a purposeful community by helping to shape and achieve the common goals of UCM. The Maastricht Friendship Tower in Alumni Park symbolizes international understanding and friendship. University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

9 2 Accreditations Accreditations As set forth in Missouri Revised Statues Chapter 174 at , the University of Central Missouri has been assigned the authority to confer degrees. The University of Central Missouri is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), a member of the North Central Association. For information about HLC Accreditation, contact The Higher Learning Commission, 30 North La Salle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL , telephone , ncahigherlearningcommission.org. In addition, UCM has earned the following specialized accreditations for these undergraduate-level programs: Art baccalaureates, National Association of Schools of Art and Design Athletic Training baccalaureates, Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education Programs Automotive Technology Management, Design and Drafting Technology, Construction Management, Electronics Technology, Graphic Technologies and baccalaureates, Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Aviation Management and Professional Pilot baccalaureates, Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) Baccalaureate of Science in Education, Council for Exceptional Children Business baccalaureates, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) - International Career and Technology Teacher Education baccalaureate, American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Career and Technology Teacher Education baccalaureate (Engineering and Technology Teacher Education area), International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Earth Science education baccalaureates, National Science Teachers Association Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) Construction Management baccalaureate, American Council for Construction Education Dietetics baccalaureate, Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) the accrediting agency for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Elementary Education baccalaureate, Association for Childhood Education International Elementary Education baccalaureate, Early Childhood Education, National Association for the Education of Young Children Fashion: Textiles and Clothing in Business baccalaureate, American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Mathematics education baccalaureate, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Middle School-Junior High School baccalaureate, National Middle School Association Music baccalaureates, National Association of Schools of Music Nursing baccalaureate programs, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Occupational Safety and Health baccalaureate, Applied Science Accreditation Commission of ABET Physical Education baccalaureate programs, National Association for Sport and Physical Education Social Studies baccalaureate in education, National Council for the Social Studies Social Work baccalaureate, Council on Social Work Education Teacher Education baccalaureate programs, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Technology and Occupational Education baccalaureate, Council for Technical Teacher Education Theatre baccalaureate programs, National Association of Schools of Theatre University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

10 Accreditations 3 UCM has earned the following specialized accreditations for these graduate-level programs: Business graduate programs, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) - International Educational Leadership; Principal Graduate programs, Educational Leadership Constituent Council Educational Technology graduate program, Association for Educational Communications and Technology Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) Industrial Hygiene graduate program, Applied Science Accreditation Commission of ABET Industrial Management graduate program, Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Library and Information Services graduate program, American Library Association Literacy graduate program, International Reading Association Music graduate programs, National Association of Schools of Music Nursing graduate programs, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Physical Education graduate programs, National Association for Sport and Physical Education Speech-Language Pathology master s program, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Teacher Education graduate programs, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Technology graduate program, Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Theatre graduate programs, National Association of Schools of Theatre The university has institutional membership in: American Association of State Colleges and Universities American Association of University Women American College & University President s Climate Commitment American Council on Education Association of American Colleges and Universities Association for Gerontology in Higher Education Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges Council for Opportunity in Education Council on Public Higher Education for Missouri Council on Social Work Education Council on Undergraduate Research Institute of International Education International Association for Management Education International Relations Council Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Missouri Academy of Science Missouri Biotechnology Association Missouri Campus Compact National Collegiate Athletic Association National Collegiate Honors Council National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education North Central Association of Colleges and Schools - Higher Learning Commission The Renaissance Group In addition, UCM has earned the following specialized distinctions: Chemistry baccalaureate, American Chemical Society (ACS) approved University of Central Missouri 2014 Undergraduate Catalog

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