Undergraduate 2006-2007 Catalog by Southern Arkansas University

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contents university calendar 1 southern arkansas university in profile 5 degree programs 7 school of graduate studies 8 admissions and enrollment information 10 admissions 10 requirements which may not be delayed 16 academic bankruptcy 16 high school concurrent enrollment 17 state minimum core transfer core 18 state minimum core 20 continuing education 21 registration 21 withdrawing from the university 22 academic advising 23 auditing courses 23 course symbols 23 classification 24 credit hours and maximum load 24 credit by examination 24 independent study 25 correspondence for non-residence credit 25 veterans administration benefits 26 grading system 27 grade point average 27 grade forgiveness 28 class attendance 28 student grade appeal policy 28 transcripts 29 academic standards 29 honors 30 academic integrity policy 32 degree requirements 33 goals for general education 33 completion of curricular requirements 36 university requirement for all programs 36 credit

southern arkansas university recognizes the vital importance computer technology plays in the lives of the citizenry consequently it is the goal of all academic undergraduate programs to have competency in computer technology as a requirement for graduation this competency may be met and demonstrated in two ways through completion of specific computer technology courses or through objectives included in other courses within specific disciplines completion of curricular requirements all students earning degrees from southern arkansas university must complete the general education requirements and the university requirement as shown in this catalog they must also satisfy the major and minor requirements of the curricula in which they are enrolled and comply with any special requirements for their degrees the student must complete the appropriate academic opportunities program courses including gstd 1002 freshman seminar see below all full-time students are required to be enrolled in a

accounting major suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i math 1023 college algebra econ 1003 american enterprise biological science choice/lab biol 1013/1011 biol 1023/1021 biol 1033/1031 or bsci 1013/1011 gstd 1002 freshman seminar total hours for semester fall semester 3 engl 2213 world literature i humanities choice art 2013 mus 2013 or foreign language physical science choice/lab chem 1013/1011 chem 1023/1021 chem 1133/1131 geol 1003/1001 phsc 2023/2021 phys 2003/2001 or phys 2203/2201 econ 2103 microeconomics acct 2003 principles of accounting i total hours for semester fall semester 5 acct 3003 financial accounting i acct 3013 managerial accounting fin 3003 financial management gbus 3183 quantitative analysis ii social science choice geog 2003 psci 2003 psyc 2003 or soc 1003 or 2003 total hours for semester fall semester 7 acct 4003 auditing acct 4023 tax fin 4003 advanced financial management mktg 3033 principles of marketing accounting elective

middle school education b.s.e math/science suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i humanities choice art 2013 or mus 2013 hist 2013 or 2023 u s history i or ii 2006-2007 catalog 3 3 3 math 1045 precalculus mathematics gstd 1002 freshman seminar 5 2 total semester hours fall semester 3 biological science choice/lab bsci 1013/1011 biol 1013/1011 biol 1023/1021 biol 1033/1031 phed 1501 activity and wellness 16 4 spring semester 2 engl 1123 composition ii spch 1113 principles of speech math 2123 applied calculus for tech or math 1525 calculus hist 1013 or 1013 world history i or ii chem 1013/1011 college chemistry i/lab or chem 1023/1021 university chemistry i/lab total semester hours spring – semester 4 geol 1013/1011 historical geology or geol 1003/1001 physical geology 1 engl 2213 world literature i educ 2023 k-12 education technology math 2053 math for teachers i psci 2003 american government national total semester hours fall semester 5 formal

college of liberal and performing arts pact 8 degree plans

physical and biological science 36-38 hours biol 1023/1021 vertebrate zoology/lab biol 1033/1031 general botany/lab biol 3032/3022 general microbiology/lab chem 1023/1021 university chemistry i/lab chem 1123/1121 university chemistry ii/lab chem 3003/3001 organic chemistry i/lab chem 3103/3101 organic chemistry ii/lab math math math 1023 and 1033 or 1045 3043 speech 3 hours spch 1113 math college algebra plane trigonometry precalculus mathematics introduction to applied probability and statistics principles of speech no minor is required in this major the department of agriculture offers three minors providing a degree of specialization to enhance majors in agriculture biology business and other disciplines minor in animal science 23 hours students who are interested in integrating various areas of livestock production will complete 23 hours to be selected from the following as 1004/1001 introductory animal science/lab as 3022/3021 feeds and feeding/lab as 3083 genetics and animal

other requirements for graduation students awarded this degree are not eligible to graduate with honors general education 30 hours science and math courses are included in the major biology 16 hours chemistry 16 hours chem 1023/1021 chem 1123/1121 chem 3003/3001 chem 3103/3101 mathematics 5-6 hours math 1023 and math 1033 or math 1045 physics 8 hours phys university chemistry i/lab university chemistry ii/lab organic chemistry i/lab organic chemistry ii/lab college algebra plane trigonometry precalculus mathematics general physics i/lab phys 2003/2001 and 2103/2101 or 2203/2201 and 2213/2211 spch 1113 principles of speech phys phys general physics ii/lab university physics i/lab university physics ii/lab 14 hours of electives in biology chemistry or physics for a total of 20 hours in one science area and three free electives 31 hours electives in approved accredited professional school no minor is required in this plan major in general science b.s plan iii physical science

biol 2061 anatomy and physiology i lab to accompany biol 2063 laboratory two hours biol 2063 anatomy and physiology i the first in a two-course series dealing with human anatomy and physiology this course is recommended for nurses medical technicians allied health majors and other interested persons not counted for major minor or supporting field credit in biology lecture three hours fall and spring semesters biol 2071 anatomy and physiology ii lab to accompany biol 2073 laboratory two hours biol 2073 anatomy and physiology ii prerequisite biol 2061/2063 or consent of instructor a continuation of biol 2063 not counted for major minor or supporting field credit in biological science fall and spring semesters lecture three hours biol 3012 entomology a study of the principal orders of insects with consideration of life cycles economic importance and the methods of control lecture two hours same as ento 3012 fall semester biol 3022 general microbiology lab to accompany biol 3032

analyses and critiques and carrying out of projected organizational plans followed by evaluation procedures under close supervision fall spring semesters hkr 3703 methods and materials in kinesiology for elementary schools prerequisites junior standing and satisfactory proficiency in the hkr 1113 and 1123 sequence for hkr majors or completion of four hours of phed 1001-1491 for elementary education majors and consent of instructor opportunity for prospective teachers of kinesiology to develop teaching competence study observation and discussion of what comprises a well-rounded elementary school kinesiology program techniques of directing group activities developing units of instruction lesson planning class organization and management learning teaching techniques evaluating pupil progress acquiring insight into the meaning of behavior and skill in handling problem situations same as e ed 3703 fall spring semesters hkr 3723 methods and materials in kinesiology for secondary schools

questions what will i teach and how will i know what to teach for secondary students offered – see advisor s ed 3083 methods of teaching in secondary and middle school a general methods and techniques course for alternative licensure plans fall spring semester s ed 3113 methods and materials in secondary and middle school mathematics and sciences prerequisite for science majors biol 3003 special materials and techniques for the teaching of mathematics and science must be taken concurrently with s ed 3002 supervised field experience level ii fall spring semester s ed 3123 methods and materials in secondary and middle school business and related vocational subjects special materials and techniques for the teaching of business and related vocational subjects must be taken concurrently with s ed 3002 supervised field experience level ii fall spring semester s ed 3302 supervised field experience health kinesiology and recreation corequisite s ed 3723 a planned supervised

policies disclaimer this catalog contains information which was accurate at the time of completion however administrative requirements regulations fees programs of study and individual courses are regularly revised and the catalog information is subject to change students are expected to keep themselves informed concerning current requirements policies and program requirements in their fields of study and must meet all requirements of the degree programs in which they are enrolled courses which are modified or added to a curriculum at a level beyond that at which a student is enrolled may become graduation requirements for that student courses which are incorporated into the curriculum at a lower level than the one at which the student is enrolled are not required for that student notice of non-discrimination no person shall on the grounds of race age color sex disability or national origin be denied admission to or employment at southern arkansas university magnolia or be excluded