Undergraduate 2013-2014 Catalog by Southern Arkansas University

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scholarships and other financial aid 48 student affairs 54 summer advising 54 new student orientation 54 campus housing 55 counseling services 61 testing services 62 adapt 62 office of multicultural student services 62 office of disability support services 63 employment resource center 64 student responsibilities 64 college of business 66 the business core curriculum 68 academic enrichment opportunities 68 department of accounting finance and economics 71 department of management marketing and management information systems 73 college of education 91 admission to the teacher education program 94 graduation requirements and recommendation for arkansas teacher licensure 95 department of teacher education 97 department of health kinesiology and recreation 105 college of liberal and performing arts 118 department of art and design 126 department of behavioral and social sciences 132 department of english and foreign languages 137 department of

3 for a business degree students must complete at least 50 percent of the business credit hours at sau 4 to earn an associate’s degree from sau a student must complete a minimum of 18 hours on the sau campus or through sau extension classes of the last 18 hours taken 12 hours must be taken on the sau campus or through sau extension classes 5 of the last 18 hours for the associate’s degree the student may take a maximum of 9 hours at sau-tech a if the student has already met the 18-hour residency requirement and the hours do not cause the student to exceed the transfer limit of 68 hours from the twoyear institution clep correspondence course credits departmental credit by exam and military credits do not count as residence work at sau students who wish to receive credit toward graduation through clep correspondence courses departmental exam military credit or transfer credit must have permission from their advisor dean and the registrar the approval form may be obtained

management electives offered each fall acct 3013 managerial accounting acct 3133 fraud examination and prevention fin 3013 insurance principles and planning fin 4063 retirement planning and employee benefits itec 3043 work analysis odd years mgmt 3983 business internship management mgmt 4301-3 special topics in management mktg 4043 retailing psyc 4023 industrial and organizational psychology offered each spring econ 3093 managerial economics itec 3043 work analysis even years mgmt 3103 selling and sales management mgmt 3983 business internship management mgmt 4301-3 special topics in management

art art 4023 4033 or art 4063 art 4113 art 4123 art 4134 upper level art electives 9 hours other requirements – 6 hours spch 1113 3 hours selected from fin 2003 mktg 3033 phil 2403 psyc 2003 soc 2003 upper level history elective advanced art studio i history of modern art art history seminar i special topics in art ii advanced art studio ii senior capstone review introduction to public speaking personal finance principles of marketing introduction to philosophy general psychology introduction to sociology a minor area is not required but is recommended emphasis in communications design b.f.a 122 hours students will be introduced to idea building creative visual development of symbols and pictorial images and the integration of text and image for the purpose of conveying information about products services and ideas this program offers hands-on skillbuilding projects using the latest technology to prepare the student for employment within the industry some internships are

bachelor of science in psychology b.s suggested plan of study fall – semester 1 engl 1113 composition i mathematics math 1003 math 1023 math 1045 or math 1525 hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii or hist 2013 or 2023 u.s history i or ii or psci 2003 american government national biological science choice/lab bsci 1013/1011 or biol 1103/1101 gstd 1002 freshman seminar 2013-2014 catalog 4 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 or psci 2003 american government national fine arts/humanities art 2013 hum 2003 mus 2013 thea 2003 or foreign language psyc 2003 general psychology 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 spch 1113 introduction to public speaking 3 total semester hours fall – semester 3 world literature i/ii engl 2213 or engl 2223 15 15 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 psyc 3093 physiological and

mathematics 5 hours math 1045 pre-calculus taking both math 1023 college algebra and math 1033 plane trigonometry is equivalent to math 1045 pre-calculus electives 5 hours from science and technology major in chemistry b.s science option – 120 hours university requirement 2 hours gstd 1002 freshman seminar general education 24 hours mathematics natural science and physical science courses are included in the major biology 4 hours biol 1103/1101 university biology i/lab chemistry 47 hours chem 1023/1021 chem 1123/1121 chem 3003/3001 chem 3103/3101 chem 3073 chem 3212/3202 chem 3223/3221 chem 3233/3231 chem 4403/4401 chem 4413/4411 chem 3051 chem 4051 university chemistry i/lab university chemistry ii/lab organic chemistry i/lab organic chemistry ii/lab biochemistry i quantitative chemical analysis/lab instrumental analysis/lab intermediate inorganic chemistry/lab physical chemistry thermodynamics/lab physical chemistry quantum and kinetics/lab junior seminar-chemistry

chemistry major science option b.s suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i math 1045 pre-calculus hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii or hist 2013 or 2023 u.s history i or ii or psci 2003 american government national chem 1023/1021 university chemistry i/lab gstd 1002 freshman seminar 2013-2014 catalog spring semester 2 engl 1123 composition ii math 1525 calculus i hist 1003 or 1013 world history i or ii or hist 2013 or 2023 u.s history i or ii or psci 2003 american government national chem 1123/1121 university chemistry ii/lab 3 5 3 4 2 total semester hours fall semester 3 world literature i/ii engl 2213 or engl 2223 17 biol 1103/1101 university biology i/lab chem 3003/3001 organic chemistry i/lab social science choice econ 2103 fin 2003 geog 2003 psci 2003 psyc 2003 soc 1003 or soc 2003 4 4 3 total semester hours fall semester 5 chem 3212/3202 quantitative chemical analysis /lab chem 3233/3231 intermediate inorganic chemistry/lab phys 2203/2201

school and how pretest instruments are administered and evaluated the course provides timely information on the most popular health professions medicine dentistry pharmacy podiatry optometry veterinary medicine and allied health professions as needed biol 3111 embryology lab to accompany biol 3123 laboratory three hours fall spring semester biol 3123 embryology prerequisite biol 2023/2021 descriptive embryology of the vertebrates including the frog chick and pig lecture three hours fall spring semester biol 3301 systematic botany lab to accompany biol 3303 laboratory and field trips four hours as needed biol 3303 systematic botany prerequisites biol 2081/2083 identification classification and phylogeny of vascular plants lecture two hours as needed biol 3373 introduction to neuroscience prerequisites biol 2061/2063 or biol 2023/2021 and chem 1011/1013 or chem 1021/1023 examination of the structure and function of the nervous system including organizational features sensory

health science hs hs 1403 personal and community health a consideration of the various conditions and factors affecting individual and community health designed to assist the student in formulating his own philosophy attitudes and understanding of behaviors necessary to establish healthful living practices acts-heal 1003 fall spring and summer hs 2043 human anatomy and physiology prerequisite three hours of biological science or consent of the instructor a detailed study of the structure and functions of the human body with the emphasis on the skeletal muscular reproductive and endocrine systems fall spring semester alternate summer hs 2443 techniques in the prevention and care of athletic injuries prerequisite hs 2043 the study and application of theory principles and techniques used in the prevention care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries introduction to programs in training and sports medicine spring semester alternate summer hs 3243 kinesiology and biomechanics analysis of

s ed 4103 4016 student teaching in the secondary school ii student teaching block prerequisite completion of s ed 4006 part i see above part ii is a continuation of the supervised student teaching assignment in the public school classroom or an appropriate school setting must be concurrently enrolled and complete the student teaching block of s ed 4006 plus educ 4003 s ed 4016 a minimum of one piece of evidence demonstrating proficiency in conceptual framework dispositions and one piece of evidence demonstrating conceptual framework pathwise domain competencies required for inclusion in the peu portfolio in livetext fall spring semester s ed 4203 reading strategies for secondary and middle school prerequisite s ed 3003 comprehensive study of the reading process reading in the content fields teaching materials and techniques and improving comprehension fall spring semester sociology soc soc 1003 general anthropology an introduction to cultural anthropology the study of culture and

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