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1 Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts to Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics Students completing a BS in Mathematics and Statistics at must successfully complete a minimum of 120 credit hours, including 36 hours at the 300/400 level. The following general education and major requirements must also be completed. Additionally, students fulfilling the requirements for a BS degree must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours of combined Math and Science courses. A 2.0 overall GPA is required for graduation. A maximum of 30 non-arts and Sciences hours may be credited towards a BS in Mathematics and Statistics, including a maximum of 3 hours of activity courses in physical education. The Associate in Arts degree (AA) at partners well with the first two years of bachelor degree programs at. Students pursuing the AA may select courses that satisfy both the AA degree requirements and lower division requirements for a bachelor's degree at. Courses that can fulfill requirements towards the AA at and the bachelor s degree at are marked with a symbol. The elective credits within the AA allow students to complete additional general education and lower division courses required for specific majors. The AA degree requires completion of 60 credit hours of academic work with a cumulative GPA of not less than 2.0. does not limit the number of credit hours that may be transferred from a community college and applied toward a bachelor's degree as long as requirements for general education and the major, as well as 36 hours of upper division credit, are met. Please note that any courses that are equivalent to upper-level courses will not transfer as upper-level and will not count towards the 36 minimum upper-level hours required at. The final 30 minimum consecutive hours of the bachelor's degree must be completed at. Meeting with a counselor is strongly recommended. For a full listing of course equivalencies between and, go to: and click on Course equivalencies at the left. Note: HUDV 101, Strategies for Academic Excellence/Lifelong Learning, is required for the Associate in Arts Degree at, but this course does not count as credit towards a bachelor s degree at. Requirements for BS in Mathematics and Statistics at with Equivalencies: A. Communication (12 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Communication requirement at, students must successfully complete two composition courses, the Written English Proficiency Test, a 300/400 level Writing Intensive

2 course, and one Oral Argumentation course. Note: The first composition course (English 110) may be satisfied by scoring 30 or higher on the English subsection of the ACT or 690 or higher on the verbal subsection of the SAT. Please note that high school transcripts must be sent to Admissions. Composition Courses ENGLSH 110 or HUMN 105P and ENGLSH 225 or HUMN 202P (6 minimum credit hours): ENGLSH 110 English I ENGL 101 Composition I HUMN 105P Literature, Composition, and Critical Thinking ENGLSH 225 English II ENGL 102 Composition II HUMN 202P The Meaning of the American Experience Written English Proficiency Test (WEPT): Written English Proficiency Test (WEPT) 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 Writing Intensive (WI) Course (3 minimum credit hours): Any 300/400 level Writing Intensive Course No Equivalent 0.0 Oral Argumentation Courses (3 minimum credit hours): COM S 110 Fundamentals of Speaking and Listening COM S 212 Argumentation and Debate COM S 311 Radio and Television Performance SPCH 151 Public Speaking SPCH 160 Debate No Equivalent 0.0 COM S 343 Group Dynamics No Equivalent 0.0 THEAT 121 Oral Interpretation of Literature HUMN 404PW Professional Communication SPCH 283 Oral Interpretation of Literature

3 B. Mathematical, Symbolic and Logical Reasoning (6 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Math, Symbolic and Logical Reasoning requirement, students must successfully complete two courses. One must be chosen from College Algebra or Math for Liberal Arts. The other may be the equivalent of Math 160, of any 200-level math at, or of Phil 222. Note: Students who have completed four years of secondary mathematics, beginning with Algebra I, will not be required to take the first required math course (Math 110 or 116). Please note that high school transcripts must be sent to Admissions. Philosophy 222 may be chosen here to fulfill the second required math course only if it has not been chosen to fulfill the Philosophy requirement. First Mathematical, Symbolic and Logical Reasoning Courses (3 minimum credit hours): MATH 110 College Algebra MATH 105 College Algebra MATH 110 College Algebra MATH 108 Pre-Calculus Math MATH 116 Math for Liberal Arts No Equivalent 0.0 MATH 120 Algebra and Trigonometry No Equivalent 0.0 Second Mathematical, Symbolic and Logical Reasoning Courses (3 minimum credit hours): MATH 160 Mathematical Analysis for Business and Social Science MATH 210 Calculus I or higher 4.0 MATH 120 Calculus I (Non- Engineering) Any Calculus course above MATH 121 MATH 235 Elementary Statistics MATH 115 Statistics PHIL 222 Logical Reasoning and the Scientific Method 5.0 PHIL 105 Logic C. Foreign Language and Culture (3 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Foreign Language and Culture requirement, Bachelor of Science students must successfully complete a Cultural Perspectives course. Bachelor of Science students are exempt from the foreign language requirement. Cultural Perspectives Courses (3 minimum credit hours):

4 HIST 201 Western Civ to 1600 No Equivalent 0.0 HIST 202 Western Civ Since 1600 HIST 107 Modern Europe HIST 206 World History to 1600 HIST 115 World Civ I HIST 208 World History Since 1600 HIST 103 Modern Asia or HIST 116 World Civ II GEOG 200 World Geography I No Equivalent 0.0 GEOG 202 World Geography II No Equivalent 0.0 SOCIOL or ANTH 103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology POL SC 220 Intro to Comparative Politics ECON 412 International Trade and Development UPD 260 History of Planning and Urban Design No Equivalent 0.0 POSC 101 Introduction to Political Science No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 D. Computer and Information Technology (3 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Computer and Information Technology requirement, students must successfully complete one of the following computer technology courses. Note: Students who demonstrate competency in Computer and Information Technology may have this requirement waived by a academic advisor. If approved by an advisor, students may also be able to satisfy this requirement by taking a computer application course in their majors. Computer and Information Technology Courses (3 minimum credit hours): ART 114 Intro to Computer Multimedia A&S 100 Methodologies in the Liberal Arts and Sciences: Theories and Applications COMP SC 100 Computer Survival Applications COMP SC 100 Computer Survival Applications COMP SC 101 Problem Solving and Programming I COMP SC 105P Foundations of Computing and Problem Solving: No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 CSCI 174 Computer Concepts and Applications CSCI 256 Intro to Computer- Based Information Systems No Equivalent 0.0

5 Concepts and Applications E. Literature and Philosophy (6 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Literature and Philosophy requirement, students must successfully complete one of each of the following literature and philosophy courses. Literature Courses (3 minimum credit hours): ENGLSH 213 Intro to Drama ENGL 212 Drama as Literature ENGLSH 214 Intro to Fiction ENGL 109 Intro to Fiction ENGLSH 215 Intro to Poetry No Equivalent 0.0 ENGLSH 311 American Lit I No Equivalent 0.0 ENGLSH 317 British Lit I ENGL 217 Major English Writers I ENGLSH 321 American Lit II No Equivalent 0.0 ENGLSH 323 Shakespearean Drama ENGLSH 327 British Lit II ENGLSH 331 African American Lit I ENGLSH 333 African American Lit II HUMN 203P American Dreams: Four Major American Myths No Equivalent 0.0 ENGL 218 Major English Writers II No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 WORLD LIT 210 World Lit I ENGL 105 Early World Literature WORLD LIT 220 World Lit II FRENCH 301 Intro to French Literature FRENCH 303 Masterpieces of French Lit I FRENCH 304 Masterpieces of French Lit II GERMAN 301 Intro to Literary Studies SPANISH 301 Intro to Literary Studies SPANISH 303 History of Spanish Lit I SPANISH 304 History of Spanish Lit II ENGL 106 Modern World Literature No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0

6 SPANISH 401 Intro to Spanish American Lit I SPANISH 402 Intro to Spanish American Lit II No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent 0.0 Note: Philosophy 222 may be chosen here only if it has not been used to fulfill part of the Mathematical, Symbolic and Logical Reasoning requirement. Philosophy Courses (3 minimum credit hours): PHIL 210 Foundations of Philosophy PHIL 222 Foundations of Logic and the Scientific Method HUMN 106P The Individual in Literature, Philosophy, and Art PHIL 103 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 105 Logic F. Distribution Requirement for General Education (26 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Distribution Requirement for general education, students must successfully complete 9 credit hours of Social and Behavioral Science courses from at least two departments, including a Constitution course; 8 minimum credit hours of Physical and Biological Science courses, including at least two courses and at least one laboratory component; 3 credit hours each of a Fine Arts course and a Humanities Elective course; and 3 credit hours of a 300/400 level Interdisciplinary Cluster Course. Note: Geography courses will be either social/cultural geography or physical geography, and each course will count towards either Social and Behavioral Sciences or the Physical and Biological Sciences requirement. Please consult the General Catalog for or an academic advisor to determine in which area individual geography courses will count. Constitution Courses (3 minimum credit hours): HIST 101 American History to 1877 HIST 102 American History Since 1877 HIST 360R Constitutional History of the US POL SC 210 American Government HIST 104 United States to 1877 HIST 105 United States Since 1877 No Equivalent 0.0 POSC 111 American Government POL SC 409P Bureaucratic Politics SOC SC 102P Intro to Social

7 Science Social and Behavioral Science Elective Courses check individual courses for status (6 minimum credit hours): Any Criminal Justice and Criminology course (CJC) Any Economics course (ECON) Any social or cultural Geography course (GEOG) Any Criminal Justice course that accepts for credit (CRJS) Any Economics course (some courses under SOSC) SOSC 121 Geography Any History course (HIST) Any History course (HIST) Any Political Science course (POL SC) Any Psychology course (PSYCH) Any Sociology course (SOCIOL) Any Social Sciences course (SOC SC) 4.0 Any Political Science course (POSC) Any Psychology course that accepts for credit (PSYC) Any Sociology course (some courses under SOSC) Any Social Science course that accepts for credit (SOSC) Physical and Biological Science Courses check individual courses for status (8 minimum credit hours, including two courses in any physical or biological science area(s) with at least one laboratory component): Any Chemistry course (CHEM) Any Environmental Science course (ENVS) Any physical Geography course (GEOG) Any Chemistry course that accepts for credit (CHEM) No Equivalent NASC 175 Introduction to Meteorology Any Geology course (GEOL) NASC 185 Physical Geology 5.0 Any Natural Science course (NAT SC) Any Physical Science course (PHY SC) Any Natural Science course that accepts for credit (NASC) NASC 103 General Physical Science Any Physics course (PHYS) Any Physics course that

8 Any Biology course (BIOL) accepts for credit (NASC) Any Biology course that accepts for credit (BIOL) Fine Arts Courses (3 minimum credit hours): ART 110 Intro to the Visual Arts or any more advanced Art History course ART 110 Intro to the Visual Arts or any more advanced Art History course ART 110 Intro to the Visual Arts or any more advanced Art History course ART 110P Intro to the Visual Arts- PACE THEAT 130 Foundations of Fine Arts Theater THEAT 210 Intro to Design for Theater FNAR 101 Art Appreciation FNAR 102 Art History I FNAR 103 Art History II No Equivalent 0.0 THTR 101 The Living Stage: An Exploration of Theatre No Equivalent 0.0 CNSVTY 120 Music Appreciation MUSC 101 Music Appreciation ENVD 110 The Meaning of Architecture No Equivalent 0.0 Humanities Elective check individual courses for status (3 minimum credit hours): Any Studio Art or Art History course (ART) Any Communication Studies course (COM S) Any English course that offers for credit (ENGLSH) Any Foreign Language course (FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, etc.) Any Studio Art or Art History course (FNAR) Any Speech course (SPCH) Any English course that accepts for credit 101 or higher (ENGL) Any Foreign Language course, but LANG 139 (LANG) Any Humanities course (HUMN) 4.0 Any Humanities course (HUMN) Any Philosophy course (PHIL) Any Philosophy course (PHIL) Any Theater course (THEAT) Any Theater course (THTR)

9 Interdisciplinary Cluster Course (3 minimum credit hours): Any 300/400 level Interdisciplinary Cluster Course No Equivalent 0.0 G. Capstone Course (3 minimum credit hours) All students who have majors must successfully complete a course designated as a Capstone course within their majors. The studio art Capstone, listed below within the major requirements, is either ART 499WI or ART 423WI. Note: Any single course can fulfill only one course requirement for general education (A through F above). However, any single course counting towards a major requirement (G and H) may also fulfill a general education requirement, if applicable. H. Major Requirements for Mathematics and Statistics BS (33 minimum credit hours) To fulfill the Major Requirements for the BS in Mathematics and Statistics, students must successfully complete the required calculus courses (MATH 210, 220, and 250); and 21 credits of 300/400 level math courses, including MATH 300, MATH 402, and either MATH 410 or 420. A minimum of 60 credit hours of combined math and science courses is required to fulfill any Bachelor of Science degree. All mathematics students are required to achieve a minimum 2.0 GPA in the courses counted towards the major. Required Calculus Courses (12 minimum credit hours): MATH 210 Calculus I 4.0 MATH 220 Calculus II 4.0 MATH 250 Calculus III 4.0 MATH 122 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I MATH 123 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II MATH 224 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III Mathematics and Statistics Courses at the 300/400 level (21 minimum credit hours, including MATH 300, MATH 402, and either MATH 410 or 420):

10 MATH 300 Linear Algebra I No Equivalent 0.0 MATH 402 Advanced Analysis I (Capstone) MATH 410 Modern Algebra or MATH 420 Linear Algebra II Any 300/400 level mathematics and statistics course Any 300/400 level mathematics and statistics course Any 300/400 level mathematics and statistics course Any 300/400 level mathematics and statistics course No Equivalent 0.0 No Equivalent

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