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2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Andrews Core Experience: BA & BS Degrees


The Andrews Core Experience requirements for BA & BS Degrees may also be viewed in a Printable Format .

Religion Credits: 12

RELT 100 - God and Human Life  (first year) Credits: 3

Recommend students take one course for each academic year in attendance from RELB, RELG, RELP, RELT. Credits: 9

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Mathematics Credits: 3-4

Take one course from the following:

MATH 145 - Reasoning with Functions  Credits: 3
MATH 165 - College Algebra  OR MATH 166 - College Algebra for Business  Credits: 3
MATH 168 - Precalculus  Credits: 4
MATH 191 - Calculus I  Credits: 4
MATH 195 - Calculus I for Biology  Credits: 4

Language/Communication Credits: *BA 13/BS 9

  Credits: 3
ENGL 215 - College Writing II  Credits: 3
COMM 104 - Communication Skills  Credits: 3
*BA Language, Intermediate Level Credits: 4
Service Credits: 2
BHSC 100 - Philosophy of Service  Credits: 2
Take one course from the following:
BHSC 300 - Philosophy of Service Fieldwork 

S-designated course
Application Process—40 hours

History Credits: 6

HIST 110 - Worldviews, Cultures and Gods  Credits: 3
HIST 117 - Civilizations and Ideas I  Credits: 3
HIST 118 - Civilizations and Ideas II  Credits: 3
HIST 204 - American Experience I  Credits: 3
HIST 205 - American Experience II  Credits: 3

Social Sciences Credits: 6

Take one Foundation course from the following:

ANTH 200 - Cultural Anthropology  Credits: 3
ECON 225 - Principles of Macroeconomics  Credits: 3
GEOG 110 - Survey of Geography  Credits: 3
PLSC 104 - American Government  Credits: 3
PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology  Credits: 3
SOCI 119 - Principles of Sociology  Credits: 3

Take one Interdisciplinary course from the following:

BHSC 220 - An Interdisciplinary Approach to Contemporary Social Issues  Credits: 3
BHSC 235 - Culture, Place and Interdependence  Credits: 3
FNCE 206 - Personal Finance  Credits: 3
PLSC 237 - The Individual, State, and Marketplace  Credits: 3
PSYC 180 - Dealing with Your Mind  Credits: 3
FMST 201 - Personal Relationships  Credits: 3

Fine Arts/Humanities Credits: 6

Take a total of 6 credits from a minimum of any two of the following categories:

Visual Arts:

ARTH 220 - Language of Art  Credits: 3
PHTO 210 - History of Photography  Credits: 3
A course in studio art (SA)

Humanities:

ENGL 255 - Studies in Literature  Credits: 3
PHIL 224 - Introduction to Philosophy  Credits: 3

Music:

MUHL 214 - Enjoyment of Music  Credits: 3
MUHL 258 - American and World Music  Credits: 3
Ensemble, Applied Music  Credits: 3

Fitness Education Credits: 4

HLED 120 - Fit for Life  Credits: 1

Recommend students take one course each academic year in attendance. Three courses, taken from at least two different categories: Personal Fitness, Outdoor Skills, Team Activity

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Life/Physical Sciences*Credits: 8

Take one Life Science AND one Physical Science course as recommended below or major level Life and Physical Science course.

*Science majors and majors requiring science cognates take a minimum of 8 credits of science lab courses from two areas of science.

Life Science:

BIOL 100 - Human Biology  Credits: 4
BIOL 110 - Principles of Biology  Credits: 4
BIOL 208 - Environmental Science  Credits: 4
BIOL 330 - History of Earth and Life  Credits: 4
FDNT 230 - Nutrition /FDNT 240 - Nutrition Laboratory  Credits: 3 + 1

Physical Science:

CHEM 100 - Consumer Chemistry  Credits: 4
CHEM 110 - Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry  Credits: 4
PHYS 110 - Astronomy  Credits: 4
PHYS 115 - Mythbusting  Credits: 4
PHYS 225 - Sound and Waves  Credits: 4

 

 

 

 

 

  Total Semester Hours
Bachelor of Science: 56-57
Bachelor of Arts: 60-61

Revised 4-10-2014