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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Explorations


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This sample schedule is designed to ensure that an Explorations student has the opportunity to sample from the great branches of knowledge so that unexpected interests may be tapped.  In the Explorations program, you will use your General Education requirements as a route to exploring a wide range of courses and disciplines.

Best of all, you don’t have to worry about falling behind - even if you declare a major in your second year, you will still have plenty of time to complete all the course requirements for your declared major.  Furthermore, you are in good company.  Nationally, thirty to forty percent of entering college students have not decided on a major course of study.  Once you decide on a specific major, you will then step off this path to pursue the specific requirements of that major.  At that point, you will also be reassigned to an advisor within your new declared major.

Explorations Core


First Semester - 14 to 16 credits

Writing course (based upon test placement)
Mathematics course (based upon test placement)
General Education Distribution course
Course in an area of interest to the student

Second Semester - 15 -16 credits

Courses chosen in consultation with advisor

Explorations Choice Courses

BUS-2015 Fundamentals of Management in Business for potential Business majors and Sport Leadership majors
EDU-2210 Foundations of Education:Elementary and Special Education for potential Education majors
ENG-1310 Introduction to Literature for potential English majors
ENV-2060 Energy, Environment and Society or GEY-1111 Introduction to Geology or CHE-1031 General Chemistry I for potential Science majors
MUS-1030 Music Fundamentals or EJA-1010 Introduction to Media Communication for potential Music Business and Industry majors
XSC-2111 Care and Prevention of Injuries for potential Pre-physical Therapy and Pre-Athletic Training majors
ART-1011 Drawing I for potential Design, Visual Arts, Visual Communications, and Animation/Illustration majors
PSY-1010 Introduction to Psychology or PSY-1050 Human Growth and Development for potential Human Services or Psychology majors
MAT-1020 Intermediate Algebra or MAT-1410 Pre-Calculus for potential Mathematics majors
ATM-1010 Elementary Meteorology or ATM-1211 Survey of Meteorology I for potential Atmospheric Sciences majors
BIO-1211 Introduction to Biology: Ecology and Evolution or BIO-1212 Introduction to Biology: Cells and Genetic Basis for potential Natural Science majors
MRM-1080 Leadership and Small Group Dynamics for potential Recreation Resource and Ski Resort Management majors
ANT-1030 Introduction to Anthropology or SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology or SOC-1030 Social Problems or HIS-1011 Western Civilization I or HIS-1020 Comparative Civilizations or POS-1010 Introduction to Political Science for potential Social Science majors
EJA-1020 Communications Technology for potential e-Journalism majors
XSC-1090  Introduction to Exercise Science for potential Exercise Science majors
 

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