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1 THEMATIC SEQUENCES (DETAILED) College of Business Administration Commodity Merchandising: 1. AGEC 420: Commodity Futures (FA, SP, & SU; pr. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120) 2. AGEC 520: Market Fundamentals and Futures/Options Trading (FA & SP; pr. AGEC 420) 3. AGEC 680: Risk Management (SP; pr. AGEC 420, AGEC 513/FINAN 450, and a course in statistics) or AGEC 605: Price Analysis (SP; pr. STAT 325 or 351; AGEC 490; ECON 520) Note: Students enrolling in AGEC 680 who have taken FINAN 450 will need departmental permission to enroll. Food and Agribusiness Marketing: 1. AGEC 515: Food and Agribusiness Marketing (FA & SP; pr. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120) 2. AGEC 570: Food Manufacturing, Distribution and Retailing (SP; pr. MANGT 420 and MKTG 400) 3. AGEC 623: International Agricultural Trade (FA; pr. AGEC 505/ECON 520) or AGEC 632: Agribusiness Logistics (FA; pr. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120, and junior standing) Note: Students enrolling in AGEC 623 who have taken ECON 520 will need departmental permission to enroll. International Agribusiness: 1. AGEC 415: The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty (FA; pr. AGEC120 or ECON120 or ECON110) 2. Any two from the following: a. AGEC 623: International Agricultural Trade (FA; pr. AGEC 505/ECON 520) b. AGEC 460: International Food and Agribusiness Study Tour (FA, SP, & SU; pr. Instructor permission) c. AGEC 710: Comparative Food and Agriculture Systems (SP & SU; pr. AGEC 120) Note: Students enrolling in AGEC 623 who have taken ECON 520 will need departmental permission to enroll. Farm Management: 1. AGEC 308: Farm and Ranch Management (FA; pr. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120) 2. AGEC 598: Farm Management Strategies (FA; pr. AGEC 308, AGEC 500/ECON 520, and AGEC 513 or FINAN 450) 3. AGEC 680: Risk Management (SP; pr. AGEC 420, AGEC 513/FINAN 450, and a course in statistics) Note: Students enrolling in AGEC 598 who have taken ECON 520 will need departmental permission to enroll. Students enrolling in AGEC 680 who have taken FINAN 450 will need departmental permission to enroll. Natural Resources: 1. AGEC 315: Current Issues in Global Food & Agricultural Systems (FA & SP; pr. AGEC 120, AGEC 121, ECON 110, or ECON 120) 2. AGEC 525: Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (FA; pr. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120 or ECON 110, and junior standing. Recommended prerequisite: AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120) 3. AGEC 615: Global Agricultural Systems and Development (TBA, pr: AGEC 500/ECON 520 and AGEC 315) or AGEC 610: Current Agricultural and Natural Resource Policy Issues (SP; pr. AGEC 505/ECON 520 and AGEC 525) Note: Students enrolling in AGEC 615 or AGEC 610 who have taken ECON 520 will need departmental permission. Agronomy: 1. AGRON 220: Crop Science (4) (FA & SP; pr. None; Not open to students with credit in HORT 201) 2. AGRON 305: Soils (FA & SP; pr. CHM 110 OR 210) 3. AGRON 330: Weed Science (FA; pr. AGRON 220) or AGRON 335: Environmental Quality (FA; pr. CHM 110 or 210) or AGRON 360: Crop Growth and Development (FA; pr. CHM 110 or 210, AGRON 220 and AGRON 305) or AGRON 375: Soil Fertility (SP; pr. AGEC 305 and AGRON 220) Biotechnology: This theme is for students interested in careers with companies in the emerging fields of biotechnology, genetic engineering, and the molecular biosciences. This sequence has credit hours. 1. BIOL 198: Principles of Biology (4) (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. ASI 500: Genetics (3) (FA & SP; pr. BIOL 198) or BIOL 450: Modern Genetics (4) (FA & SP; pr. BIOL 198, CHM 230, MATH 100) 3. AGRON/PLPTH 610: Biotechnology (FA; pr. ASI 500 or BIOL 450)

2 Apparel and Textiles: As part of the thematic sequence in apparel marketing, business students will gain insight on the organization and operation of the global apparel supply chain, examining the principles and processes required to meet the needs of consumers in the marketplace. Cultural, social, psychological, and economic aspects related to consumers' apparel purchasing behavior will be covered. Additionally, an emphasis will be placed on the impact of culture, economics, and government regulations on the production, marketing, distribution, and trade of textile and apparel goods. 1. AT 245: Apparel and Textile Industry (FA; pr. None) 2. AT 330: Apparel Consumers and Society (FA; pr. SOCIO 211 or PSYCH 110 and sophomore standing) 3. AT 545: Global Apparel and Textile Production and Distribution (FA; pr. AT 245, ECON 110) Chemistry: 1. CHM 210: Chemistry I (FA, SP, & SU; pr. MATH 100 & one year of high school chemistry) 2. CHM 230: Chemistry II (FA, SP, & SU; pr. CHM 210 or CHM 220) 3. CHM 315: Environmental Science: A Chemistry Perspective (FA; pr. CHM 230 or CHM 250) Computer Programming: 1. CIS 111: Intro to Computer Programming (FA, SP; pr. C or better in MATH 100) 2. CIS 200: Programming Fundamentals (FA, SP; pr. MATH 100 and either CIS 115 OR ECE 241) 3. CIS 300: Data & Program Structures (FA, SP; pr. C or better in CIS 200) Communications in Diverse Groups: This sequence focuses on leading diverse groups. 1. COMM 326: Small Group Discussion Methods (FA, SP, & SU; pr. COMM 105 or 106) 2. COMM 425: Organizational Communication Theory (SP; pr. None) or COMM 480: Intercultural Communication (FA & SP; pr. None) 3. COMM 535: Leadership Communication (SP; pr. None) or COMM 526: Persuasion (SP; pr. None) Strategic Communication in Organizations: The thematic unity in this module is that all of the courses above deal with strategic communication in organizational contexts. 1. COMM 311: Business and Professional Speaking (SP; pr. COMM 105 or 106) 2. COMM 328: Professional Interviewing (FA, SP, & SU; pr. COMM 105 or 106) 3. COMM 425: Organizational Communication Theory (SP; pr. None) or COMM 535: Leadership Communication (SP; pr. None) or COMM 526: Persuasion (SP; pr. None) Economics of Money and Finance: This sequence may be of interest to students who want a good understanding of the national financial system. 1. ECON 510: Intermediate Macroeconomics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 110 and 120) 2. ECON 530: Money and Banking (FA, SP; pr. ECON 110) 3. ECON 690: Monetary, Credit, and Fiscal Policy (SP; pr. ECON 530) Economics of Labor and Human Resources: This sequence is appropriate for students interested in human resource and management issues. Intermediate Microeconomics provides the key tools of economic analysis for the other courses. Managerial and Sports Economics give applications and Labor Economics caps the experience. Intermediate Macroeconomics provides some flexibility for those more interested in the macroeconomics of labor markets. It may also be the most meaningful for those who eventually enroll in MBA programs. 1. ECON 520: Intermediate Microeconomics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 120) 2. ECON 620: Labor Economics (FA; pr. ECON 520) 3. ECON 510: Intermediate Macroeconomics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 110 and 120) or ECON 540: Managerial Economics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 120, STAT 350 and MATH 205) or ECON 524: Sports Economics (FA; pr. ECON 120) Applied Microeconomics of Industry: This sequence is appropriate for students interested in the structure of industry and competition. Intermediate Microeconomics provides the key tools of economic analysis for the other courses. The choice of 631 or 524 provides the opportunity to consider a particular industry in more detail. Industrial Economics caps the experience. 1. ECON 520: Intermediate Microeconomics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 120) 2. ECON 640: Industrial Organization and Public Policy (SP; pr. ECON 120) 3. ECON 631: Principles of Transportation (FA; pr. ECON 120) or ECON 524: Sports Economics (FA; pr. ECON 120)

3 Quantitative Economics: This sequence is appropriate for any student planning continued study requiring a technical background. 1. ECON 520: Intermediate Microeconomics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 120) 2. ECON 630: Introduction to Econometrics (SP; pr. ECON 120, MATH 205 and STAT 351) 3. ECON 735: Mathematical Economics (FA; pr. ECON 520 and MATH 205) World Economics: This would facilitate students interested in international business and economics. 1. ECON 510: Intermediate Macroeconomics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 110 and 120) 2. ECON 681: International Economics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 110 and 120) 3. ECON 507: The Japanese Economy (SP; pr. ECON 110) or ECON 536: Comparative Economic Systems (SP; pr. ECON 110 or 120) or ECON 682: Development Economics (FA, SP; pr. ECON 110) Human Studies: 1. FSHS 110: Intro to Human Development (FA, SP & SU; pr. None) 2. FSHS 302: Intro to Human Sexuality (FA & Sp; pr. None) 3. FSHS 350: Family Relationships & Gender Roles (FA, SP & SU; pr. FSHS 110 or Psych 110 or Socio211) Conflict Resolution: 4. FSHS 531: Core Conflict Resolution (FA & SP; pr. None) 5. FSHS 532: Conflict Resolution across Cultures & Contexts (FA; pr. Instructor permission) 6. FSHS 534: Conflict in Organizations (SP; pr. None) Personal Financial Planning: These are courses that would complement a business degree All courses must be taken on-campus; distance learning courses are not available to undergraduate students 1. FSHS 105: Introduction to Personal and Family Finance (FA, SP & SU; pr. None) 2. FSHS 405: Advanced Personal and Family Finance (FA; pr. FSHS 105 with grade of B or better) 3. FSHS 756: Financial Counseling (FA; pr. None) or FSHS 760: Families, Employment Benefits, and Retirement Planning (FA; pr. none) or FSHS 764: Estate Planning for Families ( SP; pr. None) Regional Geography: Beginning with an introductory course, this sequence provides a more in-depth examination of economic, cultural, political, historical, and physical patterns for a vast majority of the world s population. 1. GEOG 100: World Regional Geography (FA & SP; pr. none) 2. Choose two from: GEOG 331: Introduction to Japan (no offering schedule listed; pr. none) GEOG 332: Introduction to China (no offering schedule listed; pr. none) GEOG: 500: Geography of the United States (no offering schedule listed; pr. none) GEOG: 505: South Asia Civilizations (FA even years; pr. three hours of social science or junior standing) GEOG 510: Geography of the American West (SP; pr. course in geography and sophomore standing) GEOG: 620: Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean (SP; pr. none) GEOG 622: Geography of South America (no offering schedule listed; pr. none) GEOG 660: Geography of East Asia (SP, FA even years; pr. none) Sustainability and Economic Geography: Beginning with an introductory course, this sequence explores sustainability concepts, approaches, and decision making as well site selection and community development. 1. GEOG 100: World Regional Geography (FA & SP; pr. none) 2. GEOG 450: Geography of Economic Behavior (SP; pr. none) 3. GEOG 360: Sustainability Science (SP; pr. none) Experiential Learning in Aging Related Organizations: This sequence will give students a basic understanding of aging concepts in today's society, how to work with older adults on an individual basis, and give them experience in an aging-related organization. Students will be required to submit weekly logs of their practicum experience as well as complete a project which will be of benefit to the organization. The Center on Aging advisor will help to identify appropriate organizations for the student placement. 1. GERON 315: Introduction to Gerontology (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. SOCWK 320: Dynamics of Working with Older Adults (online class) (FA & SP; pr. ENGL 100 and PSYCH 110) 3. GERON 605: Practicum in Gerontology (FA & SP; pr. Consent of instructor)

4 Human Perspectives: This sequence will help students understand aging in our society, and will cover issues of relevance/problems in aging focusing on the later years of life. GERON 600 is an experiential course and students will be assigned to an older adult mentor who will work with them on a semester long project. 1. GERON 315: lntroduction to Gerontology (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. FSHS 510: Human Development and Aging (FA & SU; pr. FSHS 110 or PSYCH 280) 3. GERON 600: Seminar in Gerontology (SP; pr. Instructor s permission) Long-Term Care: This sequence will prepare business students to work in careers in Long-Term Care such as Assistant Administrator and Human Resource type positions. Students wishing to take the licensing exam for nursing home administrators in Kansas must complete the emphasis in Long-Term Care Administration through the Center on Aging. 1. GERON 315: lntroduction to Gerontology (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. SOCWK 320: Dynamics of Working with Older Adults (online class) (FA & SP; pr. ENGL 100 and PSYCH 110) 3. GERON 610: Seminar in Long-Term Care Administration (January intersession in person, yearly online) Population and Aging: This track will give students an understanding of world population trends with an emphasis on aging. Implications for economic development, public policy, and individual, social and cultural aspects of aging will be covered. 1. GERON 315: lntroduction to Gerontology (FA, SP, & SU; pr. none) 2. SOClO 500: Topics: Social Gerontology (varies; pr. SOCIO 211) 3. SOClO 535: Population Dynamics (SP odd years; pr. SOCIO 211) Military History and 20th Century Studies: This sequence covers the military history of Russia/East Europe. 1. Choose three from: HIST 578: Central Europe, (alternate years; pr. sophomore standing) HIST 582: Eastern Europe Since 1914 (no offering schedule listed; pr. sophomore standing) HIST 591: The Russian Empire (FA alternate years; pr. sophomore standing) HIST 592: Twentieth Century Russia (SP alternate years; pr. sophomore standing) POLSC 630: Politics of Russia and the Former Soviet Union (SP; pr. POLSC 344) Hotel & Restaurant Management: 1. HMD 120: Introduction to the Hospitality Industry (FA; pr. None) 2. HMD 421: Hospitality Service Systems (FA & SP; pr. HMD 120 & Junior standing)) 3. HMD 361: Principles of Lodging Operations (FA; pr. HMD 120) or HMD 341: Principles of Food Production Management (FA & SP; pr. HMD 220 or concurrent enrollment) or HMD 363: Principles of Convention, Meeting, & Event Management (FA; pr. HMD 120) Environmental Planning and Design: This sequence offers grounding in issues and considerations related to planning and design of the natural environment. Completion of the sequence provides basic skills and knowledge needed to assist in environmental planning, design and management at site, ecosystem, watershed and regional scales. 1. LAR 322: Environmental Ethics and Issues (SP; pr. None) or PLAN 315: Introduction to City Planning (FA; pr. Sophomore standing and ENGL 100) 2. LAR 440: Natural Systems and Site Analysis (FA; pr. Admission to professional MRCP program) 3. LAR 704: Environmental Planning and Design (FA & SP; pr. Instructor s permission for CBA students) Urban Planning and Design: This sequence introduces students to issues and considerations related to urban planning and design. 1. LAR 500: Site Planning and Design (FA & SP; pr. ARCH 401 or currently enrolled) 2. PLAN 315: Introduction to City Planning (FA; pr. Sophomore standing and ENGL 100) 3. PLAN 699: Special Studies in Planning: Metropolitan Studio (FA, SP, & SU; pr. PLAN 315) Math: 1. MATH 221: Analytic Geometry & Calculus II (FA, SP, & SU; pr. C or better in MATH 220) 2. MATH 222: Analytic Geometry & Calculus III (FA, SP, & SU; pr. C or better in MATH 221) 3. MATH 240: Elementary Differential Equations (FA, SP, & SU; pr. C or better in MATH 222) Advertising: 1. MC 120: Principles of Advertising (FA, SP; pr. None) 2. MC 221: Advertising Strategy & Writing (FA, SP, & SU; pr. C or better in MC 110 & 120) 3. MC 446: Advertising Media Planning (FA, SP; pr. C or better in MC 110 & 120) Public Relations: 1. MC 180: Fundamentals of Public Relations (FA, SP; pr. None) 2. MC 380: Public Relations Research, Strategy & Planning (FA, SP; pr. C or better in MC 280) 3. MC 382: Public Relations Case Studies (FA, SP; pr. C or better in MC 180)

5 History of Music: 1. MUSIC 250: Introduction to Music (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. MUSIC 420: History of Jazz (FA; pr. MUSIC 250) 3. MUSIC 170: History of Rock & Roll (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) or MUSIC 245: Introduction to American Music (SP; pr. None) Ethics and Moral Philosophy: The sequence focuses on ethical reflection from a philosophical/critical perspective and on its applications, providing an incremental acquaintance with moral theories and approaches and moral dilemmas and issues in different areas, with special relevance to business practices and contexts. The initial course provides the foundations for ethical reflection; the second offers an application territory pertinent to business students and the third offers the opportunity to obtain deeper comprehension of theoretical aspects in ethical and social issues. 1. PHILO 130: Introduction to Moral Philosophy (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. PHILO 330: Moral and Political Philosophy (FA; pr. one course in philosophy) or PHILO 390: Business Ethics (FA or SP; pr. None) 3. PHILO 595: Environmental Ethics (FA & SP alternate yrs; pr. one philosophy course - PHILO 330 or consent of instructor) or PHILO 585: Ethics (FA or SP; pr. PHILO 330) or PHILO 525: Social-Political Philosophy (SP; pr. PHILO 125, PHILO 301, or PHILO 330) Note: Department consent for PHILO 595, 585 or 525 will be granted to those who take PHILO 390 instead of PHILO 330. Contemporary Physical Science and Technology: 1. PHYS 101: The Physical World I (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. PHYS 102: The Physical World II (FA & SP; pr. PHYS 101) 3. PHYS 451: Principles of Contemporary Physics (SP; pr. PHYS 101) Industrial/Organizational Psychology: 1. PSYCH 110: General Psychology (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. Choose two from: PSYCH 560: Industrial Psychology (FA & SU; pr. PSYCH 110) PSYCH 564: Organizational Psychology (SP; pr. PSYCH 110) PSYCH 559: Psychological Testing (SP; pr. PSYCH 110) PSYCH 563: Gender Issues in the Workplace (taught infrequently) (FA; pr. PSYCH 110) Sociology: 1. SOCIO 211: Intro to Sociology (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. Choose two from: SOCIO 361: Criminal Justice System (FA & SP; pr. None) SOCIO 362: Police and Society (FA & SP; pr. Socio 211) SOCIO 460: Youth and Crime (FA & SP; pr. Socio 211) SOCIO 470: The Criminal Justice System and Family Violence (SP; pr. None) LAW-RELATED Agricultural Law: 1. HIST 557: History of American Agriculture (alternate years; pr. sophomore standing) 2. AGEC 410: Agricultural Policy (FA; pr. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120 or ECON 110) 3. AGEC 516: Agricultural Law and Economics (SP; pr. ECON 110 or AGEC 120 or ECON 120 and junior standing) Constitutional Law: 1. COMM 430: Freedom of Speech (SP; pr. COMM 105 or 106) 2. HIST 556: Bill of Rights in American History (no set offering schedule; pr. sophomore standing) 3. POLSC 614: Constitutional Law I (FA; pr. One course in polsc, United States history, or legal or political philosophy) or POLSC 615: Constitutional Law II (SP; pr. One course in polsc, United States history, or legal or political philosophy) Environmental Law: 1. AGEC 525: Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (FA; pr. ECON 110 or ECON 120 and junior standing) 2. LAR 322: Environmental Issues and Ethics (SP; pr. None) 3. ECON 527: Environmental Economics (SP; pr. ECON 120)

6 Family Law: 1. WOMST 560: Women and Violence (FA; pr. WOMST 105 or 3 hours of Women s Studies credit) or SOCIO 460: Family Violence and the Criminal Justice System (FA, SP, & SU; pr. SOCIO 211) 2. SOCIO 665: Women and Crime (FA; pr. SOCIO 561 or 545 or other Women s Studies course at the 500-level or above) 3. HIST 551: History of Family Violence (Intersession; pr. Sophomore standing) Note: Course availability for this sequence is very limited. Students should plan courses early. General Preparation for Law School: 1. COMM 260: Introduction to Trial Advocacy (SP even years; pr. Instructor permission) 2. PHILO 110: Introduction to Formal Logic (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 3. POLSC 614: Constitutional Law I (FA; pr. One course in polsc, United States history, or legal or political philosophy) or POLSC 615: Constitutional Law II (SP; pr. One course in polsc, United States history, or legal or political philosophy) International Law: 1. POLSC 647: International Law (no course offering schedule listed; pr. POLSC 333, 541 or junior standing) 2. POLSC 754: The Professional Diplomat and Foreign Policy Formulation (FA; pr. POLSC 333) 3. ECON 681: International Economics (FA, SP, some SU; pr. ECON 110 and ECON 120 or AGEC 120) Law Government and Business: This sequence provides a background on the domestic and international legal context of business. 1. POLSC 115: U.S. Politics (FA, SP, & SU; pr. None) 2. POLSC 614: Constitutional Law I (FA; pr. One course in polsc, United States history, or legal or political philosophy) 3. POLSC 607: Administrative Law (SP; pr. One course in polsc, United States history, or legal or political philosophy) or POLSC 647 International Law (pr. POLSC 333, 541, or junior standing) Policy: 1. HIST 555: American Constitutional History (SP in alternate years; pr. sophomore standing) 2. POLSC 611: The Legislative Process (SP; pr. POLSC 110, 325 or junior standing) 3. AGEC 410: Agricultural Policy (FA; pr:. AGEC 120 or AGEC 121 or ECON 120 or ECON 110) Sports Agency: 1. HIST 515: History of Sport (alternate years; pr. sophomore standing) 2. SOCIO 435: Sport and Contemporary Society (SP; pr. SOCIO 211) 3. ECON 524: Sports Economics (FA; pr. ECON 120) Trial Practice: 1. COMM 260: Introduction to Trial Advocacy (SP even years; pr. Instructor permission) 2. SOCIO 361: Sociology of the Criminal Justice System (FA, SP; pr: SOCIO 211) 3. POLSC 612: The Judicial Process (Pr: POLSC 325)

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