Undergraduate 2014-2015 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 69 department of accounting finance and economics 72 department of management marketing and information systems 75 college of education 99 admission to the teacher education program 102 graduation requirements and recommendation for arkansas teacher licensure 103 department of teacher education 105 department of health kinesiology and recreation 113 college of liberal and performing arts 118 department of art and design 134 department of behavioral and social sciences 139 department of english and foreign languages 145 department of history political science and

sau graduates living anywhere may be waived when these students choose to live in university housing arkansas taxpayer waiver arkansas income taxpayers and their dependents who reside in one of the eligible counties or parishes of an approved state may enroll at any qualifying arkansas public institution of higher education and receive the out-of-state tuition waiver in order to get the non-resident fee waived the following criteria must be met 1 dependent student or parent must provide a w-2 or verification of arkansas earnings of $5,500 or more for the prior tax year 2 student and parent must live in one of the following counties or parishes louisiana claiborne union or webster parishes mississippi coahoma or tunica counties missouri barry dunklin mcdonald oregon ozark pemiscot ripley or taney counties oklahoma delaware leflore mccurtain or sequoyah counties tennessee dyer shelby or tipton counties texas bowie county the waiver of non-resident fees form is available in the sau

general business with minor in education optional teaching certification bba suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition i mathematics math 1023 math 1045 or math 1525 econ 1003 american enterprise or fin 2003 personal finance 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 gstd 1002 freshman seminar 2014-2015 catalog spring semester 2 engl 1123 composition ii is 2053 business information systems 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 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 social science choice geog 2003 psci 2003 psyc 2003 soc 1003 or soc 2003 biological science choice/lab biol 1103/1101 or bsci 1013/1011 3 total semester hours spring semester 4 fine arts/humanities art 2013 hum 2003 engl 2213 engl 2223 mus 2013 phil 2403 thea 2003 or foreign language gbus 2013 quantitative analysis i educ 2003/2000 educ 2003/2000 introduction to

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 bfa 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 arts – english ba suggested plan of study fall semester 1 engl 1113 composition 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 mathematics math 1023 math 1045 math 1053 or math 1525 fren 1053 elementary french i or span 1053 elementary spanish i gstd 1002 freshman seminar elective 2014-2015 catalog spring semester 2 engl 1123 composition ii spch 1113 introduction to public speaking 3 3 3 3 3 biological science choice/lab bsci 1013/1011 or biol 1103/1101 4 3 fren 1063 elementary french ii or span 1063 elementary spanish ii elective 3 total semester hours spring semester 4 world literature i/ii engl 2213 or engl 2223 fren 2043 intermediate french or span 2043 intermediate spanish 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 16 2 1 3

chemistry 40 hours chem 1023/1021 chem 1123/1121 chem 3003/3001 chem 3103/3101 chem 3073/3071 chem 4073 chem 3212/3202 chem 3223/3221 chem 4173 chem 4403/4401 or chem 4413/4411 chem 3051 chem 4051 mathematics 10 hours math 1045 math 1525 physics 8 hours phys phys or phys phys university chemistry i/lab university chemistry ii/lab organic chemistry i/lab organic chemistry ii/lab biochemistry i/lab biochemistry ii quantitative chemical analysis/lab instrumental analysis/lab forensic chemistry physical chemistry thermodynamics/lab physical chemistry quantum and kinetics/lab junior seminar-chemistry senior seminar-chemistry pre-calculus mathematics calculus i 2003/2001 2103/2101 college physics i/lab college physics ii/lab 2203/2201 2213/2211 university physics i/lab university physics ii/lab criminal justice 12 hours crju 2003 crju 3023 crju 3033 crju 3183 introduction to criminal justice criminal evidence and procedures criminal investigation statistics or equivalent electives 8

chemistry major science option bs 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 2014-2015 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

biol 3063 plant morphology prerequisites biol 2081/2083 a comparative study of the structure life cycles and natural history of representatives of the major plant groups lecture three hours as needed biol 3071 entomology lab to accompany biol 3073 laboratory and field trips three hours same as ento 3071 as needed biol 3073 entomology a study of the principal orders of insects with consideration of life cycles economic importance and the methods of control lecture three hours same as ento 3073 fall semester biol 3081 plant physiology lab to accompany biol 3083 laboratory two hours same as hort 3081 as needed biol 3083 plant physiology prerequisites biol 2081/2083 and one year of chemistry a study of the basic physiological processes of plant growth and metabolism lecture three hours same as hort 3083 as needed biol 3091 environmental science lab to be taken with or after the completion of biol 3093 or geol 2003 restricted to bse candidates others on approval laboratory two hours as

hkr 4331-2 4361-2 4381-3 workshops in hkr and sports prerequisites senior standing and approval of hkr department chair specific and selected sports problems issues and trends in various areas of the hkr discipline lecture and laboratory variable credit—one two or three semester hours a maximum of six semester hours of workshops is allowed as needed hkr 4343 history and philosophy of health kinesiology and recreation study of the origins nature and philosophy of health kinesiology and recreation as a developmental experience in educational medium emphasis is given to the application of history and philosophy to administration and curriculum formation spring semester hkr 4923 measurement and evaluation in health kinesiology and recreation prerequisites junior standing or permission of instructor a critical study of methods and uses of evaluation and measurement techniques in physical and health education and recreation spring even summer health science hs hs 1403 personal and

organization of the workplace are addressed in relation to shifts in economic and social structures spring even years soc 4313 community and identity the goal of this course is to address the concept of community and to critically examine how current economic and social trends impact perceptions of individual and communal identity we will be asking if there are various levels of ―community,‖ why some smaller communities struggle so hard to remain viable what policies or strategies create and sustain communities and how communities adapt to cultural and ethnic change spring odd years spanish span span 1013 elementary spanish i for professions this course varies in its topics to provide a foundation which could be applied in various professional settings – medicine law enforcement education or business this course presents students with terminology grammar and extensive aspects of the spanish-speaking culture as needed span 1023 elementary spanish ii for professions