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1 STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULA ARKANSAS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION 2007 ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION 114 East Capitol, Little Rock, Arkansas (501)

2 APPROVAL OF REVISIONS TO THE STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULA In April 1990, the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board adopted guidelines for the development of state minimum core curricula in response to A.C.A This legislation provides that courses within the core shall apply toward the general education core curriculum requirements for baccalaureate degrees at state-supported institutions and shall be fully transferable between state institutions. The Board has approved state minimum core curricula for two- and four-year colleges and universities. Proposed curricula revisions must be submitted for Coordinating Board approval. Copies of revised curricula appear on the following pages. (Revisions are indicated in bold and italics.) The following resolution is presented for Coordinating Board consideration. RESOLVED, That the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board approves the revised curricula for Southern Arkansas University Magnolia, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, University of Arkansas Fort Smith, University of Central Arkansas, Arkansas State University Beebe, Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas, East Arkansas Community College, Ouachita Technical College, Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas, Rich Mountain Community College, Southern Arkansas University Tech, and the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope. FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Coordinating Board instructs the Director of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education to distribute the State Minimum Core Curricula to all public colleges and universities.

3 TRANSFER OFFICERS ARKANSAS STATE FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Information about an institution s transfer policies may be obtained by contacting the appropriate transfer officer listed below. ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Ms. Tracy Finch, Registrar P.O. Box 1570 State University, AR Phone: Fax: ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY Ms. Tammy Rhodes, Registrar Student Services Building Room 153 Russellville, AR Phone: Fax: HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY Mr. Tom Gattin, Registrar 1100 Henderson Street Arkadelphia, AR Phone: Fax: SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY Dr. Edward Nipper, Registrar P.O. Box 9404 Magnolia, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, FAYETTEVILLE Ms. Robin Carr Associate Registrar Hunt Hall, Room 146 Fayetteville, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT FORT SMITH Ms. Ann Childs Transfer Articulation Officer 5210 Grand Avenue P.O. Box 3649 Fort Smith, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK Ms. Teresa Dannaway, Transfer Credit Articulation Coordinator for Records & Registration 2801 South University Avenue Little Rock, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT MONTICELLO Dr. Debbie Bryant, Registrar P.O. Box 3598 Monticello, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES Dr. Larry Milne Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs & Research Administration 4301 West Markham, Slot 541 Little Rock, AR Phone: Fax:

4 TRANSFER OFFICERS FOUR-YEAR (continued) Page 2 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT PINE BLUFF Mrs. Erica W. Fulton Registrar 1200 N. University Drive Pine Bluff, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS Mr. Anthony D. Sitz University Registrar Conway, AR Phone: Fax:

5 TRANSFER OFFICERS ARKANSAS STATE TWO-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Information about an institution s transfer policies may be obtained by contacting the appropriate transfer officer listed below. ARKANSAS NORTHEASTERN COLLEGE Mrs. June Walters, Vice President for Student Services P.O. Box 1109 Blytheville, AR Phone: , Ext Fax: ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY - BEEBE Mr. Darren Jones University Registrar P.O. Box 1000 Beebe, AR Phone: Fax: ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY - MOUNTAIN HOME Dr. Pat Bailey Vice Chancellor 1600 S. College Mountain Home, AR Phone: Fax: ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY - NEWPORT Ms. Tara Byrd Registrar & Director of Admissions 7648 Victory Blvd. Newport, AR Phone: Fax: BLACK RIVER TECHNICAL COLLEGE Ms. Elise Cater, Registrar P.O. Box 468 Pocahontas, AR Phone: Fax: COSSATOT COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Mrs. Kristin Bowden Dean of Academic Services P.O. Box 960 DeQueen, AR Phone: Fax: EAST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Ms. Catherine Coleman Vice President for Student Affairs 1700 Newcastle Road Forrest City, AR Phone: , Ext. 218 Fax: MID-SOUTH COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Registrar 2000 West Broadway West Memphis, AR Phone: Fax: NATIONAL PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE Dr. Allen B. Moody, Institutional Research/Registrar National Park Community College 101 College Drive Hot Springs, AR Phone: Fax:

6 TRANSFER OFFICERS TWO-YEAR (continued) Page 2 NORTH ARKANSAS COLLEGE Dr. Jerry Cash Vice President of Student Services 1515 Pioneer Drive Harrison, AR Phone: Fax: NORTHWEST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mrs. Lecia Pelphrey Coordinator of Transfer Services One College Drive Bentonville, AR Phone: Fax: OUACHITA TECHNICAL COLLEGE Ms. Linda Johnson, VP for Student Affairs Ouachita Technical College One College Circle Malvern, AR Phone: Fax: OZARKA COLLEGE Ms. Eugenia R. Brown, Director of Counseling/Registrar P.O. Box 10 Melbourne, AR Phone: x2026 Fax: PHILLIPS COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Mr. Lynn Boone Vice Chancellor for Student Services P.O. Box 785 Helena, AR Phone: x1235 Fax: PULASKI TECHNICAL COLLEGE Ms. Janice Hurd, Director of Admissions and Records 3000 West Scenic Drive North Little Rock, AR Phone: Fax: RICH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Dr. Steve Rook Dean of Student Services 1100 College Drive Mena, AR Phone: Fax: SOUTH ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mr. Dean Inman Director of Enrollment Service P.O. Box 7010 El Dorado, AR Phone: Fax: SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS COLLEGE Mr. Harvey R. Post Vice President for Student Affairs 1900 Hazel Street Pine Bluff, AR Phone: Fax: SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY - TECH Mr. Gary Oden Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs SAU-Tech, P.O. Box 3499 East Camden, AR Phone: Fax:

7 TRANSFER OFFICERS TWO-YEAR (continued) Page 3 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT BATESVILLE Ms.Tracy Cordova Bustos Student Information Officer P.O. Box 3350 Batesville, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT HOPE Ms. Jennifer Methvin Vice Chancellor for Academics 2500 S. Main Street Hope, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT MORRILTON Mr. Thomas Flowers Vice Chancellor for Instruction/ Dean of Students One Bruce Street Morrilton, AR Phone: Fax:

8 TRANSFER OFFICERS ARKANSAS INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Information about an institution s transfer policies may be obtained by contacting the appropriate transfer officer listed below. ARKANSAS BAPTIST COLLEGE Ms. Mary Jarrett Dean of Academic Affairs 1600 Bishop Little Rock, AR Phone: Fax: CENTRAL BAPTIST COLLEGE Mrs. Phylis Hoffmann, Registrar Conway, AR Phone: Fax: CROWLEY'S RIDGE COLLEGE Mr. Paul McFadden, Registrar 100 College Drive Paragould, AR Phone: Fax: HARDING UNIVERSITY Mr. Ron Finley, Registrar Box Searcy, AR Phone: Fax: HENDRIX COLLEGE Ms. Xinying Wang, Registrar Conway, AR Phone: Fax: JOHN BROWN UNIVERSITY Dr. Paul Hines, Registrar Siloam Springs, AR Phone: Fax: LYON COLLEGE Mrs. Janelle Sharp-Elliott, Registrar P.O. Box 2317 Batesville, AR Phone: Fax: OUACHITA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY Mrs. Judy L. Jones, Registrar & Director of Admissions OBU Box 3757, 410 Ouachita Arkadelphia, AR Phone: Fax: PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE Ms. Anita M. Johnson, Registrar One Trudie Kibbe Reed Drive Little Rock, AR Phone: Fax: UNIVERSITY OF THE OZARKS Mrs. Wilma Harris, Registrar 415 North College Avenue Clarksville, AR Phone: Fax: WILLIAMS BAPTIST COLLEGE Ms. Tonya Bolton, Registrar P.O. Box 3663, WBC Walnut Ridge, AR Phone: Fax:

9 Agenda Item No. 9 April 20, 1990 State Minimum Core Required for Baccalaureate Degrees Act 98 of 1989 (Arkansas Code ) provides that the State Board of Higher Education shall establish in consultation with the colleges and universities a minimum core of courses which shall apply toward the general education core curriculum requirements for baccalaureate degrees at state supported institutions of higher education and which shall be fully transferable between state institutions. The term State Minimum Core will be used to describe the core identified for purposes of this legislation. The following list of courses, with accompanying specifications, are proposed to implement this legislation: State Minimum Core English/Communication English Composition 6 Speech Communication 0-3 Math 3* College algebra or course as sophisticated as College algebra *Institutions may require students majoring in math, engineering, science, and business to take higher math as part of the State Minimum Core. Science 8** Science courses must include laboratories. **Institutions may require students majoring in math, engineering, science, education, and health related professions to take higher or specific science courses as a part of the State Minimum Core. Fine Arts/Humanities 6-9*** Must be broad survey course (s) Social Sciences US History Government 3 Other Social Science 6-9*** ***Institutions may require students majoring in engineering to take either six hours of humanities and social sciences at the junior/senior level or substitute an additional six hours of higher math and/or additional science as part of the State Minimum Core. TOTAL 35

10 Agenda Item No. 9 April 20, 1990 State Minimum Core Required for Baccalaureate Degrees General Provisions 1. Within the framework of the State Minimum Core specified on the previous page, each state institution shall propose 35 semester --credit hours from its institutional general education core to be recognized for purposes of this legislation. The total general education degree requirements at each institution may exceed the State Minimum Core requirements. 2. Each state institution shall present its proposed State Minimum Core for consideration by the State Board of Higher Education for recognition under this legislation. Institutions may present proposed changes in their State Minimum Core to the State Board as necessary. 3. Each state institution shall accept for transfer and apply toward requirements for any baccalaureate degree such parts of any other state institution s State Minimum Core as shall be presented by transfer students. If a student transfers to an institution which has total general education degree requirements that exceed the State Minimum Core, after recognizing all courses presented from the sending institution s State Minimum Core, the receiving institution may determine which additional general education courses are required to make up the difference between the State Minimum core courses presented and the institution s total general education degree requirements. 4. Students should be aware that score requirements for credit by examination on such tests as CLEP or Advanced Placement vary among institutions and that institutions to which they transfer may have different requirements than the requirements of the institution previously attended. Institutions are requested to show on their transcripts the test scores utilized for awarding credit by examination. 5. Frequently, courses with a grade of D do not transfer, and students should be aware that institutional policies regarding the transfer of courses within D grades may vary. 6. In math and science, higher courses than those required will be accepted for the purposes of the State Minimum Core. 7. A receiving institution may be more lenient in accepting credit at its own election; however, the policies regarding the State Minimum Core do not obligate the receiving institution beyond the stated courses and provisions. 8. A student who has enrolled under more than one State Minimum Core may select that core which is to be transferred to the receiving institution.

11 Agenda Item No. 9 April 20, 1990 Other Transfer Agreements Students should be aware that there are other transfer agreements which involve specific institutions and groups of institutions and which provide for transfer of greater numbers of semester credit hours that are included in the State Minimum Core. There are voluntary core curriculum transfer agreements which include several institutions of higher education in instances such as baccalaureate liberal arts and elementary education degrees. There are also a number of transfer agreements between two institutions in specific fields such as engineering or agriculture.

12 STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULA TABLE OF CONTENTS FOUR-YEAR INSTITUTIONS Arkansas State University - Jonesboro... 1 Arkansas Tech University... 3 Henderson State University... 6 Southern Arkansas University - Magnolia... 9 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. 15 University of Arkansas at Little Rock University of Arkansas at Monticello University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff University of Central Arkansas TWO-YEAR INSTITUTIONS Arkansas Northeastern College 29 Arkansas State University - Beebe Arkansas State University - Mountain Home Arkansas State University Newport Black River Technical College Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas East Arkansas Community College... 42

13 Table of Contents Page 2 Mid-South Community College National Park Community College.. 47 North Arkansas College NorthWest Arkansas Community College Ouachita Technical College Ozarka College Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas Pulaski Technical College Rich Mountain Community College South Arkansas Community College Southeast Arkansas College Southern Arkansas University - Tech University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville University of Arkansas Community College at Hope University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton.. 77

14 English/Communications Math STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULUM Arkansas State University - Jonesboro Six (6) hours required from the following: ENG 1003 Freshman English I ENG 1013 Freshman English II Three (3) hours required MATH 1023 College Algebra MATH 1054 Pre-Calculus Math A higher level mathematics course for which College Algebra is a prerequisite Science Four (4) hours required BIOL 1003/1001 Biological Science/Lab BIOL 1033/1001 Biology of Sex/Lab BIOL 1043/1001 Plants and People /Lab BIOL 1063/1001 People and the Environment/Lab BIOL 1013/1021 Biology of the Cell/Lab Four (4) hours required from the following: CHEM 1013/1011 General Chemistry I/Lab GEOL 1003/1001 Environmental Geology/Lab PHSC 1203/1201 Physical Science/Lab PHYS 2034 University Physics (Multimedia) PHYS 2054 General Physics I/Lab PHYS 2073/2071 Fundamental Physics I/Lab PHYS 1103/1101 Introduction to Space Science/Lab Fine Arts/Humanities ENG 2003 Introduction to Literature of the Western World I ENG 2013 Introduction to Literature of the Western World Il PHIL 1103 Introduction to Philosophy 1

15 Arkansas State University - Jonesboro Page 2 Fine Arts/Humanities (continued) MUS 2503 Fine Arts Musical THEA 2503 Fine Arts Theatre ART 2503 Fine Arts - Art Social Sciences Three (3) hours required ANTH 2233 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology HIST 1013 World Civilization to 1660 HIST 1023 World Civilization since 1660 GEOG 2613 Introduction to Geography Three (3) hours required HIST 2763 The United States to 1876 HIST 2773 The United States since 1876 POSC 2103 Introduction to U.S. Government Six (6) hours required; Three (3) hours required from two (2) areas: PSY 2013 Introduction to Psychology SOC 2213 Principles of Sociology ECON 2333 Economic Issues and Concepts ECON 2313 Principles of Macroeconomics POSC 1003 Introduction to Politics *POSC 2103 Introduction to U.S. Government *If not selected to meet U.S. History/Government requirement. Revised: February 3,

16 English/Communications Six (6) hours required from the following: STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULUM Arkansas Tech University ENGL 1013/1023 Composition I, II (in sequence) ENGL 1043/1053 Honors Composition I, II (in sequence) OR ENGL 1013 Composition 1 (followed by) ENGL 1053 Honors Composition II OR ENGL 1043 Honors Composition I (followed by) ENGL 1023 Composition II Math MATH 1113 College Algebra MATH 1003 College Mathematics Any higher-level mathematics course for which College Algebra is a prerequisite Science Four (4) hours required from the following: BIOL 1014 Introduction to Biological Science OR Any higher level biology course that includes a lab. (Note that BIOL 1014 is specifically designed to meet general education objectives and is highly recommended, unless you meet the prerequisites for a different course specified by your major.) Four (4) hours required from the following: AND PHSC 1013/1021 Introduction to Physical Science/Lab 3

17 Arkansas Tech University Page 2 Science (continued) CHEM 1114 Survey of Chemistry CHEM 2124 General Chemistry I GEOL 1014 Physical Geology PHYS 1114 Applied Physics PHYS 2014 Physical Principles I PHYS 2024 Physical Principles II PHYS 2114 General Physics I PHYS 2124 General Physics II PHSC 1053/1051 Astronomy/Lab OR PHSC 3053/3051 Astronomy/Lab Fine Arts/Humanities (Total of 6 hours) Fine Arts *ART 2123 Experiencing Art MUS 2003 Introduction to Music TH 2273 Introduction to Theatre *ENGL 2173 Introduction to Film *JOUR 2173 Introduction to Film Art Majors: Required to take ART 2123 Music Majors: Any of the above courses except MUS

18 Arkansas Tech University Page 3 Humanities: *ENGL 2003 Introduction to World Literature ENGL 2013 Introduction to American Literature PHIL 2003 Introduction to Philosophy Social Sciences (Total of 12 hours) HIST 2003 U.S. History to 1865 HIST 2013 U.S. History from 1865 POLS 2003 American Government Nine (9) hours required from the following: *HIST 1503 World Civilization I *HIST 1513 World Civilization II HIST 2003 U.S. History to 1865 HIST 2013 U.S. History from 1865 POLS 2003 American Government ECON 2003 Principles of Economics I SOC 1003 Introductory Sociology PSY 2003 General Psychology *ANTH 1213 Introduction to Anthropology OR *ANTH 2003 Cultural Anthropology *GEOG 2013 Regional Geography of the World AMST 2003 American Studies Revised: February 4, 2005 *Of the 18 hours required in Fine Arts/Humanities and Social Sciences, three hours must be one of the asterisk courses. 5

19 English/Communications Six (6) hours required from the following: STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULUM Henderson State University ENG 1463 Freshman English A AND ENG 1473 Freshman English B OR ENG 1803 Freshman English (Honors) Three (3) hours required COM 2013 Oral Communication Math MTH 1033 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts MTH 1243 College Algebra MTH 1343 Pre-Calculus Math Any higher-level mathematics course for which College Algebra is a prerequisite Science Four (4) hours required from the following: BIO 1013 Introduction to Biology BIO 1021 Introduction to Biology Lab BIO 2104 General Botany BIO 2114 General Zoology Four (4) hours required from the following: CHM 1004 Introduction to Chemistry PHY 1024 Introductory Astronomy CHM 1014 General Chemistry CHM 1034 Chemistry for Non-Majors PHY 2034 General Physics PHY 2234 University Physics 6

20 Henderson State University Page 2 Fine Arts/Humanities PHI 2013 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 3043 History of Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval PHI 3043 History of Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval PHI 3053 History of Philosophy: Modern PHI 3113 Ethics ART 2033 Humanities: Art THA 2033 Humanities: Theatre MUS 2033 Humanities: Music HUM 2093 Fine Arts (Honors) Three (3) hours required ENG 2683 Masters of Western Literature Social Sciences HIS 2053 United States History HIS 2063 United States History PSC 1013 American National Government HIS 1013 Civilization HIS 1023 Civilization HIS 1083 Civilization Since 1660 (Honors) 7

21 Henderson State University Page 3 Social Studies (continued) ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 2023 Principles of Microeconomics GEO 1023 Introduction to Geography GEO 2163 World Geography SOC 1013 Introduction to Sociology SOC 2013 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology PSY 1013 General Psychology Revised: February 6,

22 STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULUM Southern Arkansas University-Magnolia English/Communications*** Nine (9) hours required ENGL 1113 Composition I ENGL 1123 Composition II SPCH 1113 Speech Math MATH 1023 College Algebra MATH 1045 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MATH 1525 Calculus I Science Four (4) hours required from the following: BSCI 1013/1011 Biological Sciences and Lab BIOL 1013/1011 Invertebrate Zoology and Lab BIOL 1023/1021 Vertebrate Zoology and Lab BIOL 1033/1031 General Botany and Lab Four (4) hours required from the following: CHEM 1013/1011 General Chemistry I and Lab CHEM 1023/1021 University Chemistry I and Lab CHEM 1133/1131 Chemistry in Society and Lab PHSC 2023/2021 Physical Sciences and Lab PHYS 2003/2001 General Physics and Lab PHYS 2203/2201 University Physics I and Lab GEOL 1003/1001 Physical Geology and Lab 9

23 Southern Arkansas University-Magnolia Page 2 Fine Arts/Humanities Six (6) hours required from the following: ENGL 2213 World Literature I ENGL 2223 World Literature II ART 2013 An Introduction to Fine Arts: Art MUS 2013 An Introduction to Fine Arts: Music PHIL 2403 Introduction to Philosophy *Social Sciences Nine (9) hours required PSCI 2003 American Government HIST 2013 United States History I HIST 2023 United States History II Six (6) hours required from the following: HIST 1003 World History I HIST 1013 World History II HIST 2013 United States History I** HIST 2023 United States History II** ECON 2003 Macroeconomics Principles GEOG 2003 Introduction to Geography PSCI 2003 American Government PSYC 2003 General Psychology (either) SOC 1003 General Anthropology (or) SOC 2003 Introduction to Sociology *SAUM requires three (3) to six (6) hours of History and three six (6) hours of other Social Sciences. **If not selected to meet the first 3 hours of the social sciences requirement. ***Honors courses are accepted for general education course credit. Revised: February 2,

24 STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULUM University of Arkansas, Fayetteville English/Communications Six (6) hours required ENGL 1013 Composition I ENGL 1023 Composition II *Math Three (3) hours required MATH 1203 College Algebra Any higher-level mathematics course required by major **Science Eight (8) hours required from the following: ASTR 2003/2001L Survey of the Universe/Lab ANTH 1013/1011L Biological Anthropology/Lab BIOL 1543/1541L Principles of Biology/Lab BIOL 1613/1611L Plant Biology/Lab CHEM 1023/1021L Basic Chemistry for Health Sciences/Lab CHEM 1103/1101L University Chemistry I/Lab CHEM 1123/1121L University Chemistry II/Lab CHEM 1053/1051L Chemistry in the Modern World/Lab CHEM 1074/1071L Fundamentals of Chemistry/Lab CHEM 1213/1211L Chemistry for Majors I/Lab CHEM 1223/1221L Chemistry for Majors II/Lab GEOL 1113/1111L General Geology/Lab GEOL 1133/1131L Environmental Geology/Lab PHYS 1023/1021L Physics & Human Affairs/Lab PHYS 1044 Physics for Architects I PHYS 1054 Physics for Architects II PHYS 2013/2011L College Physics I/Lab PHYS 2033/2031L College Physics II/Lab PHYS 2054/2050L University Physics I/Lab PHYS 2074/2070L University Physics II/Lab 11

25 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Page 2 **Science (continued) BIOL 1603/1601L Principles of Zoology/Lab BIOL 2443/2441L Human Anatomy/Lab BIOL 2213/2211L Human Physiology/Lab ***Fine Arts/Humanities Six (6) hours required; Three (3) hours required from two (2) categories: Fine Arts (a) The following courses: ART 1003 Art Studio ARCH 1003 Architecture Lecture ARHS 1003 Art Lecture COMM 1003 Film Lecture DANC 1003 Basic Course in the Arts: Movement and Dance DRAM 1003 Theater Lecture LARC 1003 The American Landscape MLIT 1003 Music Lecture HUMN 1003 Introduction to the Arts and Aesthetics Humanities (b) The following courses: PHIL 2003 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 2103 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 2203 Logic PHIL 3103 Ethics and the Professions 12

26 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Page 3 Humanities (continued) c) The following courses: WLIT 1113 World Literature I WLIT 1123 World Literature II CLST 1003 Introduction to Classical Studies: Greece CLST 1013 Introduction to Classical Studies: Rome HUMN 1124H Honors Equilibrium of Cultures, 500 to 1600 HUMN 2124H Honors 20 th Century Global Culture (d) The following courses: Any foreign language 2003 Intermediate Language I HUMN 2003 Introduction to Gender Studies ***Social Sciences HIST 2003 History of the American People to 1877 HIST 2013 History of the American People, 1877 to Present PLSC 2003 American National Government Nine (9) hours required Three (3) hours required from two (2) areas: AGEC 1103 Principles of Agricultural Microeconomics AGEC 2103 Principles of Agricultural Macroeconomics ANTH 1023 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ECON 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2023 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 2143 Basic Economics - Theory and Practice GEOG 1123 Human Geography GEOG 2023 Economic Geography GEOG 2103 Emerging Nations 13

27 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Page 4 ***Social Sciences (continued) Three (3) hours required from two (2) areas: GEOG 2203 Developed Nations HESC 1403 Life Span Development HESC 2413 Family Relations HIST 2003 History of the American People to 1877**** HIST 2013 History of the American People, 1877 to Present**** HIST 1113 Institutions and Ideas of World Civilizations I HIST 1113H Honors World Civilization I HIST 1123 Institutions and Ideas of World Civilizations II HIST 1123H Honors World Civilization II HUMN 1114H Honors Roots of Culture to 500 CE HUMN 2114H Honors Birth of Culture, PLSC 2003 American National Government PLSC 2013 Introduction to Comparative Politics PLSC 2203 State and Local Government PSYC 2003 General Psychology RSOC 2603 Rural Sociology SOCI 2013 General Sociology SOCI 2033 Social Problems WCIV 1003 Western Civilization I WCIV 1013 Western Civilization II * Some students majoring in math, engineering, science, and business may be required to take a higher math as part of the State Minimum Core. ** Some students majoring in math, engineering, science, education, and health-related professions may be required to take higher or specific science courses as part of the State Minimum Core. *** Some students majoring in engineering may be required to take either six hours of humanities or social sciences at the junior/senior-level or substitute an additional six hours of higher math and/or additional science as part of the State Minimum Core. **** If not selected to meet the first 3 hours of the social sciences requirement. Revised: February 2,

28 STATE MINIMUM CORE CURRICULUM University of Arkansas at Fort Smith English/Communications Six (6) hours required from the following: ENGL 1203 Freshman English I ENGL 1213 Freshman English II OR ENGL 1223 Technical Composition OR the Honors Track: ENGL 1233 Honors Composition ENGL 2863 Advanced Composition Three (3) hours required SPCH 1203 Introduction to Speech Communications *Math MATH 1303 College Mathematics MATH 1403 College Algebra or Math with College Algebra as a prerequisite *Science Eight (8) hours required Select four (4) hours from two (2) areas: BIOL 1154 Biological Science BIOL 1524 Anatomy and Physiology BIOL 1534 Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 2304 General Botany BIOL 2504 General Microbiology BIOL 2704 General Zoology CHEM 1304 Chemical Principles CHEM 1314 Organic Physiological Chemistry CHEM 1404 College Chemistry I CHEM 1414 College Chemistry II 15

29 University of Arkansas at Fort Smith Page 2 GEOL 1254 Physical Geology PHSC 2654 Earth Science PHSC 2754 Physical Science PHYS 2784 Physical Concepts and Applications PHYS 2803/2811 College Physics I/Lab PHYS 2823/2831 College Physics II/Lab PHYS 2903/2911 Engineering Physics I/Lab PHYS 2923/2911 Engineering Physics II/Lab Fine Arts/Humanities Six (6) hours required Three (3) hours from the following: ART 2863 Survey of Art History I ART 2873 Survey of Art History II HUMN 2563 Humanities Through the Arts MUSI 2763 Music Appreciation Three (3) hours from the following: ENGL 2783 American Literature To 1865 ENGL 2793 American Literature 1865 to Present ENGL 2803 World Literature to 1750 ENGL 2813 World Literature 1750 to Present PHIL 2753 Introduction to Philosophy 16

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