Undergraduate 2007-2008 Catalog by Southern Arkansas University

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contents southern arkansas university in profile 3 degree programs 6 school of graduate studies 6 admissions and enrollment information 8 admissions 8 requirements which may not be delayed 14 academic bankruptcy 14 high school concurrent enrollment 15 state minimum core transfer core 16 continuing education 19 registration 19 withdrawing from the university 20 academic advising 20 auditing courses 21 course symbols 21 classification 21 credit hours and maximum load 21 credit by examination 22 independent study 23 correspondence for non-residence credit 23 veterans administration benefits 23 grading system 24 grade point average 25 grade forgiveness 25 class attendance 26 student grade appeal policy 26 transcripts 27 academic standards 27 honors 28 academic integrity policy 29 degree requirements 31 completion of curricular requirements 33 university requirement for all programs 33 credit requirements 35 residence requirements 35 degree plans 36 length of time to

the time of initial enrollment into college exceptions to this eight-year requirement may result from actions taken by authorities external to the university such as accrediting associations or state agencies requests for a time extension of the eight-year policy should be submitted to the vice president for academic affairs assessment the assessment program – directed by an assessment committee with faculty student and staff representatives – is a unified effort by the entire university to assess student learning the assessments include the classroom assessments senior exams or projects and alumni surveys in the assessment of student learning academic units consider their mission and goals measure of student achievement and make changes to enhance student performance further information is available on the sau webpage under “academics” and “assessment.” applying for graduation the ultimate responsibility for completion of a degree program rests

management major organization management track 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 3 3 3 4 total hours for semester fall semester 3 engl 2213 world literature i 2 phed 1501 activity wellness spch 1113 introduction to public speaking 1 3 15 16 3 3 total hours for semester spring semester 4 engl 2223 world literature ii or phil 2403 introduction to philosophy acct 2103 principles of accounting ii 4 gbus 2013 quantitative analysis i 3 3 3 econ 2203 macroeconomics hist 2013 or 2023 u s history i or ii phed 1 1 pe activity 3 3 1 16 total hours for semester spring semester 6 mktg 3033 principles of marketing mgmt 3013 management science mgmt 3073 advanced managerial communication fin 3003 financial management humanities choice art 2013 or mus 2013 total hours for semester spring

inclusive early childhood education b.s.e suggested plan of study 2007-2008 catalog fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i math 1023 college algebra gstd 1002 freshman seminar humanities choice art 2013 mus 2013 hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii spch 1113 introduction to public speaking total semester hours fall semester 3 engl 2213 world literature i humanities choice art 2013 or mus 2013 biology science choice/lab bsci 1013/1011 biol 1013/1011 biol 1023/1021 or biol 1033/1031 math 2053 math for teachers i hs 3413 first aid/cpr and safety phed 1501 activity and wellness total semester hours fall semester 5 formal admission to teacher education including passing praxis i exam iec 3003 history philosophy curriculum sped 4043 inclusive education iec 3083 inclusive experiences i iec 3113 preschool integrated curriculum sped 3073 survey of exceptional child required total semester hours fall semester 7 iec 4033/4000 science for early childhood teachers iec 3103

completion of a minor area approved by the advisor completion of remaining additional hours to total 124 hours depending upon the chosen minor student may need additional upper level hours to complete the required 40 junior/senior hours minor in theatre 18 hours thea 1103 thea 2013 thea 2613 thea 2633 introduction to the theatre dance and stage movement stagecraft fundamentals of acting 6 hours of theatre electives at the junior-senior level major in mass communication b.a 124 hours emphasis in digital media production 124 hours university requirement – 2 hours gstd 1002 freshman seminar general education 46 hours mass communication core for digital media production 15 hours mcom 1003 introduction to mass communication mcom 2133 basic digital photography mcom 4003 media law and ethics mpro 2103 writing for the media or pj 2003 basic news writing spch 1113 introduction to public speaking digital media production 21 hours mpro 2233 mpro 2303 mpro 3303 mpro 4103 or mpro

bachelor of arts in print journalism suggested plan of study fall – semester 1 engl 1113 composition i 3 3 math 1023 college algebra gstd 1002 freshman seminar hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii mcom 1003 introduction to mass communication 2 3 3 spch 1113 introduction to public speaking total semester hours fall – semester 3 engl 2213 world literature i 3 foreign language elementary i 4 social science choice econ 2103 psyc 2003 soc 2003 geog 2003 or psci 2003 pj 2003 basic news writing 3 pj 2103 newspaper design i total semester hours fall – semester 5 foreign language intermediate i humanities choice art 2013 or mus 2013 mcom 2133 basic digital photography pj 3103 principles of public relations minor requirement ul elective total semester hours fall – semester 7 mcom 4003 media law and ethics ul elective or pj4913 print internship ul elective minor requirement ul minor requirement total semester hours total hours required for major – 127 17 3 3

pre-medical program candidates for early admission to the school of medicine of the university of arkansas are required to present a minimum of three academic years 90 semester hours of undergraduate work exclusive of military science and physical education courses no specific courses are required however the student will find those the courses listed in the next paragraph helpful for the study of medicine and for achieving adequate scores on the medical college admission test mcat which is required of all applicants and must be taken no later than the fall prior to the year in which admission to medical school is desired the school of medicine of the university of arkansas recommends courses in chemistry including physical chemistry organic chemistry and biochemistry biology including molecular biology computer science statistics logic speech physics world literature psychology foreign language etc students are encouraged to pattern their courses closely enough to the general

conceptual the student will initiate a problem proposal in written form to receive approval from the supervising art faculty areas of concentration may be in one of the following ceramics drawing graphic design painting printmaking or sculpture other areas of concentration may be allowable upon approval from the department chair and supervising faculty six studio hours or equivalent work in library research on an arranged basis periodical progress reviews will be established advanced art studio i fall semester advanced art studio ii spring semester art 4033 history of modern art prerequisites art 3023 art 3123 a study of modern art nineteenth century to present and the artists and theories behind the works includes exposure to mostly western but also some non-western works and their influences spring semester art 4053 package design prerequisites art 2003 art 2033 and art 3323 the design of labels and other graphics included in the packaging of a commercial product will be considered

techniques understanding and skills in appropriate individual or dual sports and activities rules/officiating techniques court/field/equipment requirements and skills checklist with cues history and demonstrated proficiency emphasized studentdeveloped notebook is a requirement of the course fall spring semesters hkr 1123 methods of teaching team activities course required for admittance into the hkr degree program the course is designed to develop knowledge techniques understanding and skills in appropriate team sports and activities rules/officiating techniques court/field/equipment requirements and skills checklist with cues history and demonstrated proficiency emphasized student-developed notebook is a requirement of the course fall spring semesters hkr 1611 driver training and safety designed for students to learn to drive a car and develop good safety habits and attitudes or for those who already know how to drive but would like to improve their skills summer – on demand

and cultural factors in planning the availability and organization of knowledge factors involved in selecting appropriate curricula designs and models a study of exceptionalities and selection of software to utilize computers in instruction fall spring semester s ed 3013 methods and materials in secondary and middle school english and speech special materials software and techniques for the teaching of english and speech must be taken concurrently with s ed 3002 supervised field experience level ii fall spring semester s ed 3023 methods and materials in secondary and middle school art special materials and techniques for the teaching of art k-12 this class must be taken concurrently with s ed 3002 supervised field experience level ii fall spring semester s ed 3053 integrated curriculum this course examines history current trends standards and competencies philosophies and the future of curriculum at the middle level interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary curricular integration are