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1 This model is in effect for all students Name: entering the program after 9/1/2008 PROGRAM GUIDE, B.A. Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science All students are required to take a minimum combined total of 42 semester hours of General Education and Rowan Experience courses. (Italics indicate prerequisites) GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ( from Approved Gen Ed Guide) Transfer Rowan Hegis # COMMUNICATIONS BANKminimum 6 s.h. 6-7 S.H. COMP College Composition I 3 COMP College Composition II 3 Transfer Rowan Hegis # SCIENCE/MATHEMATICS BANK minimum 7 s.h. 7 S.H. Math/Science () 3 Lab Science () 4 Transfer Rowan Hegis # SOCIAL & BEHAVORAL SCIENCES BANK minimum 6 s.h. 6 S.H. 3 3 Transfer Rowan Hegis # HISTORY/HUMANITIES/LANGUAGE BANK minimum 6 s.h. 9 S.H. 3 3 Transfer Rowan Hegis # NON-PROGRAM COURSES minimum 6 s.h. 6 S.H. 3 3 ROWAN EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS (choose from Approved RE Guide) (Can be taken as a Gen Ed OR within the major requirements.) Transfer Rowan Hegis # CMS Public Speaking (College Composition I and II) Artistic/Creative Experience CHECK TO BE SURE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPLETED Broad Based Literature Course (LIT) Writing Intensive Course (WI) Multicultural/Global Course (M/G) Lab Science Course (LAB) Computer Competency Exam or Computer Literacy Course Rowan Seminar (RS) Freshmen Only s.h. NOTE: M/G, LIT, ACE, WI and RS courses, if taken within the major program of study, CAN NOT COUNT towards the minimum total of Gen Ed 42 credits. This information has been provided by the department listed above as of the date listed below and is subject to change. To declare this major go to the CAP Center in Savitz Hall. Students should consult with their program advisor for suggested General Education and Rowan Experience courses.

2 B.A. Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science Student Name LS:H/SS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS. Program Sequence A (See Attached pages 3 & 4) Program Sequence B (See Attached pages 3 & 4) s.h s.h.. Other LS:H/SS REQUIRED COURSES History/Humanities/Language Social and Behavorial Sciences Non-Program Electives 11 s.h. Free Electives s.h. Total Credits in Program 120 S.H Minimum Grade Point Average 2.0 Maximum transfer credits 90 credits (LS:H/SS major Program Sequences have specific transfer credit limits) Revised August 2008 Program Sequence A (see following pages) 18-21s.h. Program Sequence B (see following pages) 18-24s.h. Free Electives 15-24s.h. General Education, Rowan Experience and other major requirements.. 60s.h. Bachelor of Arts LIBERAL STUDIES: Humanities/Social Science total required credits S.H. Revised February 2009

3 Bachelor of Arts LIBERAL STUDIES: Humanities/Social Science The Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Science major requires students to complete courses in two program sequences; one from list of Program A Sequences (18-21 s.h) and one from list of Program B Sequences (18-24 s.h), or students may choose 2 sequences in Program A. Additionally, students must complete Free Electives (15-24 s.h) for a total of 60 s.h in the major. Courses used toward completion of student s chosen Program Sequence (A&B or A&A), including Free Electives, are not eligible to fulfill General Education Requirements. Program A Sequences: Applied Spanish (18-21 s.h) - All course prefixes are SPAN: (Pre-requisite courses: Spanish 3 (SPAN 05201) or placement exam result indicating placement into Spanish Reading and Conversation (SPAN 05211).): Introductory Level (3-6 s.h): Spanish Reading & Conversation (05211) and Spanish Reading & Composition (05212). Note: Students need not take Spanish Reading and Conversation if they can secure a placement exam result indicating placement into Spanish Reading and Composition. Advanced Level (12 s.h): Choose 4 of the following: Spanish Phonetics (05300), Oral Spanish (05105), Spanish for Business (05312), Spanish for Medical Personnel (05313), Introduction to Spanish Translation (05340), and Advanced Spanish Conversation (05411). Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Advanced Spanish Grammar - WI (05409). Cartography and Geographic Information Systems (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are GEOG: Introductory Level (3 s.h): Introduction to Mapping and Geographical Information Sciences (GEOG 06193). Advanced Level (15 s.h): Geographic Information Systems I (06360), Geographic Information Systems II (06415), Remote Sensing/Air Photo Interpretation (06308), Quantitative Methods in Geography (06350), and Cartography (06320). Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Senior Seminar - WI (06493). English (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are ENGL: Introductory Level (9 s.h): Literary Studies for English Majors (ENGL 02101), U.S. Literature to Realism (02313), and U.S. Literature since Realism (02315). Advanced Level (9 s.h): Shakespeare I (02345) or Shakespeare II (02350) and choose 2 of the following: African-American Literature since Harlem Renaissance (02316), Modern American Poetry (02327), American English Grammar (02301), and American Novel (02423). Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Seminar I - WI (02393). History (18 s.h) - All course prefixes are HIST: Introductory Level (6 s.h): choose 2 of the following: U.S. History to 1865 (HIST 05150), U.S. History Since 1865 (05151), Western Civilization to 1660 (05100), Western Civilization Since 1660 (05101), and World History to 1500 (05120). Advanced Level (9 s.h): Historical Methods WI (05306) and 1 300/400 level Global History Elective and 1 300/400 level History Elective. Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Seminar in History - WI (05492). Law & Justice Studies (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are LAWJ: Introductory Level (3-9 s.h): Survey of Criminal Justice (LAWJ 05175) and choose up to 2 of the following: Criminal Law (05255), American Police (05202), Intro to Courts (05201), Intro to Corrections (05200), Intro to Security (05120), Criminal Investigation (05285), Forensic Law (05290), Parole/Probation & Corrections (05276), and Criminal Justice & Community Relations (05274). Advanced Level (9-15 s.h): Choose between 3 and 5 of the following: Theories of Crime & Criminality (05369), Criminal Justice Research (05380), Law & Human Rights (05401), Criminal Procedure I (05335), Criminal Procedure II (05312), Introduction to Juvenile Justice (05361), Civil Aspects of Law Enforcement (05401), Criminal Jurisprudence (05310), Law & Evidence (05305), Theories of Justice (05367), Minorities & Criminal Justice (05205), Women, Crime, & Criminal Justice (05346), Criminal Justice & Social Conflict (05315), Problems in World Justice (05330), Treatment of the Offender (05337), Counseling & Guidance of the Offender (05342), and Incarceration Experience (05395). Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): 1 of the following: Seminar in Police Science -WI (05479), Seminar in Law - WI (05469), Seminar in Social Justice - WI (05465), or Seminar in Corrections - WI (05461). Philosophy (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are PHIL: Introductory Level (6-9 s.h): Intro to Philosophy (PHIL or 09121) and choose 1 or both of the following: Logic of Everyday Reasoning (09110), Introduction to Symbolic Logic (09130). Advanced Level (9-12 s.h): Survey of Western Philosophy - WI (09221) and 2 or 3 Philosophy courses at the 200, 300, or 400 level. Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Selected Topics in Philosophy (09440). Philosophy and Religion (21 s.h) - Introductory Level (6 s.h): Intro to Philosophy (PHIL or 09121) and Religions of the World (REL 10200). Advanced Level (12 s.h): 1 course at 100 level or above, 1 course at 200 level or above and 2 courses 300 level or above chosen from courses offered by the Philosophy and Religion Department; must include minimum of 1 Philosophy and 1 Religion Studies course. Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Senior Seminar (PHRE 11490). Political Science (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are POSC except where noted: Introductory Level (3-6 s.h): American Government (POSC 07110, required), Survey of Western Political Theory (07200, optional). Advanced Level (12-15 s.h): Methodology & Statistics in Political Science Research (07360) and choose either 3 or 4 Political Science courses at the 200, 300, or 400 level, with the exception of Public Service Internship (EDPA 02490), which is ineligible for this Program Sequence. Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Seminar in Political Science - WI (07489).

4 Program A Sequences (continued): Sociology (18 s.h) - All course prefixes are SOC: Introductory Level (6 s.h): Intro to Sociology (SOC 08120) and choose 1 of the following: Social Problems (08221), Minority Groups (08230), Sociology of Social Welfare (08223), Sociology of the Family (08220), Self & Society (08269). Advanced Level (9 s.h): Classical Social Theory (08331), and choose 2 of the following: Human Service Organizations (08401), Sociology of Social Work (08323), Sociological Practice (08339), Sociology of Work (08333), Sociology of Education (08336), Sociology of Women (08370), Sociology of Complex Organizations (08353), Environment, Policy, & Society (08400), Deviant Behavior & Social Control (08325), Social Psychology of City Life (08431), Sociology of Crime & Criminal Law (09323), Social Stratification (08330), Selected Topics (08440), Urban Sociology (08320). Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Sociological Imagination WI (08427). Women s Studies (18 s.h) - Introductory Level (3 s.h): Women and Gender in Perspective (INTR 01130). Advanced Level (12 s.h) choose 3 of the following: History of Feminism (HIST 05425), Women in American History (HIST 05422), Sociology of Women (SOC 08370), Seminar on Gender Roles (SOC 08493), Women in Literature (ENGL 02200), Women, Crime, & Criminal Justice (LAWJ 05346), Sex & Sex Roles in Anthropological Perspective (ANTH 02322), and a minimum of 1 WI course chosen from: Philosophy & Gender WI (PHIL 09329), Feminist Ethics WI (PHIL 09346), or any Selected Topics WI course approved by the Women s Studies Council. Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h): Women, Sex & Power: Capstone Seminar in Women s Studies (INTR 01430) or any other senior level seminar accepted at the discretion of the Women s Studies Council. Program B Sequences: Advertising in the Workplace (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are ADV except where noted: Introductory Level (3 s.h): Mass Media (CMS 04210). Advanced Level (15 s.h): Intro to Advertising (04330), Print Media (04331), Electronic Media Copywriting (04430), Intro to Public Relations & Advertising Research (PR 06310), Integrated Marketing Communication (04360). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Media Planning (04432). Art History (18 s.h) - Introductory Level (9 s.h): Art History Survey I (ARHS 03103), Art History Survey II (ARHS 03104), Art History Survey III (ARHS 03205). Advanced Level (6 s.h): 2 Art History courses 210 level or higher. Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): level or higher course offered in Art History. Asian Studies (18 s.h.) - Introductory Level (3-6 s.h) Choose 1 or 2 of the following: Gateway to Asia (INTR 01136/HONR 05105), Elementary Chinese I (CHIN 07101), Elementary Chinese II (07102), Intermediate Chinese I (CHIN 07201), Intermediate Chinese II (CHIN 07202), Readings in Asian Literature (ENGL 02112), Intro to Asian Political Systems (POSC 07240), Intro to Buddhism (REL 10220), Religions of Asia (REL 10230). Advanced Level (9-12 s.h) Choose 3 or 4 of the following: Modern China (HIST 05355), Modern Japan (HIST 05351), Chinese Cultural History (HIST 05408), Asian Thought (PHIL 09330), Introduction to Daoism (REL 10330), Geography of Asia (GEOG 06343), Survey of Asian Art (Survey of Asian Art (ARHS 03401). Senior Level Capstone (3 s.h) Must be Asia related topic offered in 1 of the following: Selected Topics in Philosophy and Religion Studies (PHRE 11340), Senior Seminar in Philosophy and Religion Studies (PHRE 11490), Proseminar in History (HIST 05429), Senior Seminar in History (HIST 05492). Business (21 s.h) - Introductory Level (9 s.h): Legal Environments of Business (MGT 98242), Principles of Accounting I (ACC 03210), Principles of Marketing (MKT 09200). Advanced Level (9 s.h): Principles of Accounting II (ACC 03211), Organizational Behavior (MGT 06300), and choose 1 of the following: Management Information Systems (MIS 02334), Principles of Finance (FIN 04300), or Operations Management (MGT 06305). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Business Practicum (BUS 01303). Computer Science (24 s.h) - All course prefixes are CS except where noted: Introductory Level (12 s.h) : Intro to Object Oriented Programming (CS 04113) or Computer Science & Programming (04103), Object Oriented Programming & Data Abstraction (04114), Data Structures & Algorithms (04222). Advanced Level (9 s.h): Choose 3 of the following: Computer Organization (06205), Foundations of Computer Science (07210), Programming Languages (04315), Design & Analysis of Algorithms (07340), Principle of Digital Computers (06310), Operating Systems (04390), Computer Graphics (07360), Advanced Computer Architecture (06412), Theory of Computing (07422), Numerical Analysis (MATH 01332), Artificial Intelligence (07450), Data Communications & Networking (06410), Object Oriented Design (04380), System Programming & Operating System Internals (04392), Computer Laboratory Techniques (01205), or Web Programming (04305). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Choose 1 of the following: Computer Field Experience (99300), Software Engineering I (07321), or Senior Project (04400). Dance (24 s.h) - All course prefixes are THD: Introductory Level (6 s.h): Elements of Dance (THD 08135), Improvisation I (08140) Improvisation II (08141). Advanced Level (18 s.h): Dynamics of Human Movement (08465), Dance Composition I (08225) and choose 12 s.h from the following: Modern Dance I (08236), Modern Dance II (08237), Modern Dance III (08377), Modern Dance IV (08378), Ballet (08246), Ballet II (08247), Ballet III (08346), Jazz I (08256), Jazz II (08257), Jazz III (08360), Tap I (08202), Tap II (08203), Dance-Musical Theater (08222), World Dance Forms (08146), Dance History (08436), Creative Dance for Children (08315), Choreography (08337). Senior Level Requirement (0 s.h) Senior Project in Theater Arts (07460)

5 Program B Sequences (continued): Journalism (21 s.h) - All course prefixes are JRN: Introductory Level (3 s.h): Journalism Principles & Practices (JRN 02205). Advanced Level (15 s.h): News Reporting I (02310), Enterprise Journalism (02318), and 3 of the following: Broadcast Journalism Radio (02320), Broadcast News Writing (02341), Communication Law (02335), Copyediting (02411) Magazine Article Writing (02313), Media Ethics (02319), Newspaper Feature Writing (02312), News Reporting II (02311), Online Newswriting (02321). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Problems in Contemporary Journalism (02410). Mathematics (22 s.h): Introductory Level (8 s.h): Calculus I (MATH 01130) and Calculus II (MATH 01131). Advanced Level (11 s.h): 11 s.h of courses offered by the Rowan University Mathematics Department at the 200 level or above with the exception of Intro to Geometry (MATH 01202) and Statistics I (STAT 02260), which are not eligible for the Mathematics Liberal Studies Program Sequence. Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Choose level or higher course offered by the Rowan University Mathematics Department. Physical Sciences Chemistry (23-24 s.h) - All course prefixes are CHEM: Introductory Level (4 s.h): Chemistry I (CHEM 06100). Advanced Level (16 s.h): Chemistry II (06101), Organic Chemistry I (07200), Organic Chemistry II (07201), Quantitative Analysis (09250). Senior Level Requirement (3-4 s.h): Any Chemistry course (3-4 s.h) that extends student knowledge beyond the advanced level courses listed above and is approved by the Program Sequence Advisor. Physical Sciences General (Chemistry & Physics) (24 s.h): Introductory Level (8 s.h): Chemistry I (CHEM 06100) and either Introductory Mechanics (PHYS 02200) or Physics I No Calc (PHYS 02202). Advanced Level (8 s.h): Chemistry II (CHEM 06101) and either Intro to Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS 02201) or Physics II No Calc (PHYS 02203). Senior Level Requirement (8 s.h): Modern Physics (PHYS 02300) and Quantitative Analysis (CHEM 09250). Physical Sciences Physics (20 s.h) - All course prefixes are PHYS except where noted: Introductory Level (4 s.h): Physics of Everyday Life (PHYS 02150). Advanced Level (12 s.h): Introductory Mechanics (02200), Physics I No Calc (02202) Intro to Electricity & Magnetism (02201) or Physics II No Calc (02203) and either Astronomy & Astrophysics (ASTR 11241) or Optics & Light (02305). Senior Level Requirement (4 s.h): Modern Physics (02300). Physics (18-19 s.h) - All course prefixes are PHYS: Introductory Level (4 s.h): Introductory Mechanics (PHYS 02200). Advanced Level (11-12 s.h): Intro to Electricity & Magnetism (02201), Modern Physics (02300), and 1 of the following: Analytical Mechanics (02315), Electricity & Magnetism (02430), Quantum Mechanics (02401), Statistical Physics (02387), Optics & Light (02305). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Advanced Laboratory (02440) or Physics Research (02311). Public Relations in the Workplace (18 s.h) - All course prefixes are PR except where noted: Introductory Level (3 s.h): Intro to Public Relations (PR 06350). Advanced Level (12 s.h): Intro to Advertising (ADV 04330), Intro to PR/Advertising Research (06310), Basic PR Writing (06301), Integrated Marketing Communication (ADV 04360). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Public Opinion (99362). Theater (22 s.h) - All course prefixes are THD: Introductory Level (7 s.h): Colloquium Theatre I and II (THD THD 07116), Intro to Theater and Dance (07201), Intro to Performance (07105). Advanced Level (12 s.h): Choose 12 s.h of the following: Stagecraft I (07230), Stagecraft II (07232), Dance Improvisation I (08140), Dance Improvisation II (08141), Acting I (07235), Acting II (07236), History of Theater to 1770 (07339), History of Theater (07340), Contemporary World Theater (07440), Dance History (07436), Costuming I (07203), Costuming II (07205), Foundation of Theatrical Design (07310), Dynamics of Human Movement (08465), Modern Dance II (08237), Modern Dance III (08377), Modern Dance IV (08378), Dance Composition I (08225), Choreography (08337), Directing I (07430). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Contemporary World Theater (07440). Urban Studies (18 s.h) - Introductory Level (3-6 s.h) Choose 1 or 2 of the following: U.S. History after 1865 (HIST 05150), Women in Perspective (INTR 01130), Intro to Sociology (SOC 08120), Intro to Microeconomics (ECON 04102), Intro to Mapping & Geographic Info Systems (GEOG 06193). Advanced Level (9-12 s.h): Choose 3 or 4 of the following: Urban Economics (ECON 04360), Environmental Economics (ECON 04210), Urban Geography (GEOG 06302), Metropolitan & Regional Planning (GEOG 06355), Urban History of the U.S. (HIST 05334), U.S. Labor History (HIST 05474), Urban Sociology (SOC 08320), Social Psychology of Urban Life (SOC 08431). Senior Level Requirement (3 s.h): Choose 1 course from: Metropolitan & Regional Planning Internship (GEOG 06355), U.S. Labor History (HIST 05474), or any other senior level course approved by the Urban Studies Coordinator and the Liberal Studies: Humanities/Social Sciences Science Board. Writing Arts (22 s.h) - Introductory Level (3 s.h): Intro to Writing Arts (WA 07200). Advanced Level (15 s.h) The Writer s Mind (WA 01401), Writing, Research, & Technology (WA 01301) and choose 1 of Creative Writing I (CRWR 07290) or Writing Children s Stories (CRWR 07309) and choose 2 of following: Creative Writing I (CRWR 07290) (if not previously taken), Writing Children s Stories (CRWR 07309) (if not previously taken), Creative Writing II (CRWR 07291), Fiction Writing (CRWR 07391), Writing Poetry (CRWR 07395), Film Scenario Writing (RTF 03393), Writing with Style (WA 01304), Linguistics (CMS 04325), American English Grammar (ENGL 02301), Intro to Technical Writing (WA 01302), Magazine Article Writing (JRN 02312), Writing for the Workplace (WA 01400), Tutoring Writing (WA 07410). Senior Level Capstones (4 s.h): Evaluating Writing (WA 07405); Portfolio Seminar (WA 01450).

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