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Making Foundational Studies the New. NORM. Where the CROSSWALK Ends. FS FAQ. Can MAJOR courses meet an FS requirement? What if a student has an A.S. or A.A.? Can students use online courses for FS requirements? Are any FS courses restricted by major?. Composition. New

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fs faq
FS FAQ
  • Can MAJOR courses meet an FS requirement?
  • What if a student has an A.S. or A.A.?
  • Can students use online courses for FS requirements?
  • Are any FS courses restricted by major?
composition
Composition

New

Students with 650 SATV or 26 ACTE may meet the freshman composition requirement by completing GH 101 and 201.

communication
Communication
  • No Change

Comm 101 Intro Speech CommComm 202 Public SpeakingComm 215 Bus & Prof CommComm 302 Speech Comm for Teachers

quantitative literacy or math
Quantitative Literacy or Math
  • DARS will enforce MAPLE TA as prerequisite.
  • QL courses, Math 102, Fin 108, Econ 101, require SATM 430 or ACT 17 or Maple 07.
  • MET 215, Math 115, 122,123, 131, 201 must have minimum MAPLE TA score (see handout).
  • Students with SATM 650 or ACTM 26 have met the requirement.
non native language
Non-Native Language
  • 2 Semesters Required

New

  • Students may now take 2 101 courses to complete the 2 semester requirement.
  • Sign Language may be transferred to ISU.
health wellness
Health & Wellness

New

  • PE 101, 101L OR Hlth 111
  • Hlth 111 has an activity component that will be 25% of the course grade. See handout for activity details.
laboratory science
Laboratory Science
  • 2 non-foundational studies courses taken from 2 departments may meet the requirement.
  • Example: Chem 105, 105L + Bio 101, 101L
social or behavioral science
Social or Behavioral Science

AET 461 Evolution of Auto IndustryEcon 100 Basic EconomicsEPSY 202 Psy Childhood & AdolescenceEPSY 221 Developmental PsychologyPsci 130 Intro to Political SciencePsy 101 General PsychologySoc 101 Intro to Sociology

historical studies
Historical Studies

Hist 102 World Civilization since 1500Hist 113 Topics in HistoryHist 201 U.S. to 1877Hist 202 U.S. since 1865Mus 351 Music History II (Music Majors Only)

  • Hist 101 now meets FS Global Perspectives & Cultural Diversity requirement.
literary studies
Literary Studies
  • Eng 239 Literature & LifeEng 338 Literature & Public LifeEng 339 Women’s LiteratureEng 346 Modern Black American Lit.Lat 215 Classical MythologyPhil 321 Philosophy & Literature
  • Advise students to plan ahead for this category. Seats are limited. Don’t wait until the last semester.
fine performing arts
Fine & Performing Arts
  • Art 151 Visual Arts in CivilizationARTE 390 (eled majors/minors)Comm 240 Intro to FilmComm 436 Creating Stories Film & TVEng 219 Into Creative WritingMus 150 Intro to Musical Traditions I (Music Majors)Mus 233 Music AppreciationMus 236 Survey Am. Popular Mus. Trad.Mus 333 Masterpieces of Classical Mus.Thtr 150 Introduction to ActingThtr 174 Introduction to Theatre
global perspectives cultural diversity
Global Perspectives & Cultural Diversity
  • Afri 113 Foundations Afri & Afri Am St.Afri 212 African American Cultural Trad.Afri 222 African Cultural TraditionsEcon 446 Theory of Economic Dev.*Eng 340 Multicultural American LitEnvi 130 World Cultures & EnvironmentEpsy 341 Educ in Multicultural SocietyHist 101 World Civilization to 1500Psci 105 Issues of Our TimesSoc 110 US & Global DiversitySoc 465 Comparative SocietiesTMGT 335 Technology & Internat’l Dev.WS 301 Gender, Nation, & Class
ethics social responsibility
Ethics & Social Responsibility

Bus 204Econ 103Mus 418 Music in Special Education (majors only)Phil 190 Ethics and Star TrekPhil 201 Ethics and the Good LifePhil 303 Ethics and AnimalsPkg 381 Environmental Issues in PackagingPsci 107 Contemporary American IssuesWS 200 Intro to Women’s Studies

upper division integrative elecitves
Upper Division Integrative Elecitves
  • Three courses required.
  • Check carefully for prerequisites.
  • Completing a minor = 2 UDIE courses
    • DARS will change as soon as minor is dropped.
  • Study Abroad – 1 course = 1 UDIE, 2 courses = 2 UDIEs
  • Education Major = 2 UDIEs
  • EVERYONE takes at least one!