Undergraduate 2011-2012 Catalog by Southern Arkansas University

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contents southern arkansas university in profile 1 degree programs 4 school of graduate studies 5 admissions and enrollment information 6 requirements which may not be delayed 12 course credit transfer 12 academic bankruptcy for returning sau-m students 12 high school cross enrollment 13 high school concurrent enrollment 14 state minimum core transfer core 14 continuing education 16 registration 17 withdrawing from the university 17 academic advising 18 auditing courses 18 course symbols 19 classification 19 credit hours and maximum load 19 credit by examination 20 independent study 20 correspondence for non-residence credit 21 veterans administration benefits 21 grading system 22 grade point average 22 grade forgiveness 23 class attendance 23 student grade appeal policy 24 transcripts 24 academic standards 25 honors 26 academic integrity policy 26 degree requirements 31 completion of curricular requirements 33 university

costs and finances since southern arkansas university is supported by legislative appropriations the tuition and fees which the student pays constitute less than 40 percent of the actual cost of one’s education tuition and fees charged by the university are to defray in part the expense involved payment for tuition books and other fees may be made in cash check visa mastercard or discover credit cards or a student’s account may be credited by scholarships and other financial aid awards the university administration reserves the right to increase the costs of tuition fees and room and board without advance notice if it is necessary to do so in order to meet increasing costs out-of-state tuition waiver out-of-state tuition for students living in louisiana oklahoma mississippi missouri tennessee and texas and for children of sau graduates living anywhere is waived when these students choose to live in university housing arkansas taxpayer waiver arkansas income taxpayers and

management information systems major b.b.a suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i math 1023 college algebra econ 1003 american enterprise or fin 2003 personal finance spch 1113 introduction to public speaking phed 1501 concepts of physical activity and wellness gstd 1002 freshman seminar 2011-2012 catalog spring semester 2 engl 1123 composition ii mis 2053 business information systems hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii or hist 2013 or 2023 u.s history i or ii econ 2103 principles of microeconomics biological science choice/lab biol 1103/1101 or bsci 1013/1011 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 4 2 total semester hours fall semester 3 literature/philosophy engl 2213 engl 2223 phil 2403 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 mis 2103 programming languages and logic i mis 2203 introduction to networking i acct 2003 principles of accounting i 15 total semester hours spring

early childhood education with inclusive focus b.s.e suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i math 1003 college mathematics or math 1023 college algebra spch 1113 introduction to public speaking 2011-2012 catalog 3 3 3 humanities choice art 2013 hum 2003 mus 2013 thea 2003 or foreign language 3 hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii or hist 2013 or 2023 u.s history i or ii 3 gstd 1002 freshman seminar 2 total semester hours fall semester 3 literature/philosophy engl 2213 engl 2223 phil 2403 humanities choice art 2013 hum 2003 mus 2013 thea 2003 biology science choice/lab bsci 1013/1011 or biol 1103/1101 math 2053 math for teachers i hs 3413 first aid and safety/cpr phed 1501 concepts of physical activity and wellness 17 spring semester 2 engl 1123 composition ii hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii or hist 2013 or 2023 u.s history i or ii educ 2003/2000 introduction to education and field experience i/lab physical science choice/lab chem 1013/1011 chem

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mus 2013 music appreciation thea 2003 theatre appreciation three hours 3 foreign language spanish recommended literature/philosophy 6 hours engl 2213 engl 2223 phil 2403 world literature i world literature ii introduction to philosophy physical education 2 hours phed 1501 concepts of physical activity and wellness plus one semester hour from phed 1001-1491 various activity courses or hs 1403 personal and community health social sciences 12 hours requirement 1 6 hours of history selected from the following hist 1003 world history i hist 1013 world history ii hist 2013 u.s history i hist 2023 u.s history ii all candidates are required to have three semester hours of world history by taking hist 1003 world history i hist 1013 world history ii or equivalent all candidates are required to complete either one three-hour course in united states history or american government requirement 2 6 hours selected from the following courses geog 2003 introduction to geography psci 2003

major in engineering-physics b.s – 129-130 hours science option university requirement 2 hours gstd 1002 freshman seminar general education 39 hours mathematics and physical science courses are included in the major physics 31 hours phys 2203/2201 university physics i/lab phys 2213/2211 university physics ii/lab phys 3033 electricity and magnetism i phys 3054 modern physics phys 3113/3110 advanced physics theory/lab phys 4013 optics or itec 4044 advanced manufacturing systems phys 4023 solid state physics or phys 3103 digital electronics phys 4043 physical mechanics i senior capstone experience phys 4591-2 4691-2 1 to 3 hours independent study in physics senior capstone experience phys 4791-3 4891-3 4991-3 1 to 3 hours advanced topics in physics engineering 21 hours engr 2033 electrical circuits i engr 2143 statics engr 3003 fluid mechanics engr 3013 thermodynamics engr 3023 heat transfer itec 3053 industrial ergonomics 3 hours of engineering electives chosen from

range of skills to complete projects that reflect industry standards alternate spring semester american sign language asl asl 1002 american sign language i designed to develop the student’s expressive and receptive skills in american sign language to the point that the student will be able to carry on a simple conversation in american sign language as needed asl 1012 american sign language ii designed to develop expressive and receptive signing skills and to develop ability in american sign language as needed asian studies ast ast 4383 4393 advanced topics advanced topics in asian studies as chosen by the faculty students may take the course once under each number with different topics offered see advisor athletic training at at 1001 gateway to athletic training an introduction to athletic training the course provides information on the knowledge content and skills in the athletic training profession and the required didactic and psychomotor competencies of athletic training

directed internship is the one of two culminating experiences in the inclusive childhood program nonlicensure option internship ii requires on-site teaching and administrative experiences in a center or setting for children birth to three years of age this course will be taken concurrently with iec 4063 administration of preschool programs the intern will be under the supervision of a site-based lead teacher and university supervisor fall spring semester iec 4083 internship placement ii prerequisites internship i and concurrent enrollment in administration of preschool programs this intensive directed internship is the second of two culminating experiences in the inclusive early childhood program nonlicensure option internship ii requires on-site teaching and administrative experiences in a center or setting for children three to five years of age this course will be taken concurrently with iec 4063 administration of preschool programs and iec 4076 internship i the intern will be

business letters in the spanish language this course is taught in spanish and is designed for business and finance medicine law enforcement and education as needed span 3013 spanish translation i prerequisite span 2043 this is an introductory course in spanish/english translation covering a variety of registers commercial advertisements letters literary and journalistic pieces and legal medical real estate and technical documents the course will cover translation as a profession including such issues as the training needed the job opportunities standard business practices and freelance versus staff employment it will also cover aspects of linguistics lexicography and terminology translation theory and the professional code of ethics extensive practice in translation and interpretation will be provided as needed span 3023 spanish translation ii prerequisite span 3013 this advanced course in spanish/english translation further develops students’ linguistic competence in spanish