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Undergraduate Programs

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Plan B

This degree indicates significant exploration and achievement in the liberal arts, including humanities but with an emphasis on natural or social sciences.

General Education Requirements (30-42 hours)

See the General Education Requirements on pages 41-47.

Area Requirements (18 hours)

Six hours in each of the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences areas. In addition to the University Program requirements, each area requirement below must be completed. Courses taken to satisfy the University Program Requirements may NOT be used to satisfy area requirements.

TAI 572 - Special Topics in Oral Interpretation 1-9(Spec) TAI 573 - Seminar: Interpretative Reading 3(3-0) TAI 574 - History of Drama and Theatre I 3(3-0) TAI 575 - History of Drama and Theatre II 3(3-0) TAI 577 - Special Topics in Technical Theatre 1-9(Spec) TAI 578 - Special Topics in Theatre 1-9(Spec) TAI 579 - Costume Design and Construction 3(3-0) TAI 584 - Field Course in Theatre 1-4(Spec) TAI 585 - Creative Dramatics 3(2-2) TAI 586 - Playwriting 3(3-0) TAI 588 - Contemporary Theatre 3(3-0) TAI 589 - Theatre Workshop 2-6(Spec) TAI 590 - Summer Repertory Theatre 3(3-0)

Area 2 - Natural Sciences (6 hours)

Any course in the following disciplines:

Area 1 - Humanities (6 hours)

Any course in the following disciplines:

American Studies (AMS), Art (ART), English (ENG), French (FRN), German (GER), Greek (GRK), Humanities (HUM), Japanese (JPN), Latin (LAT), Music (MUS), Ojibwe (OJB), Philosophy (PHL), Religion (REL), Russian (RUS), Spanish (SPN)

These courses also fulfill Area 1 requirements:

Astronomy (AST), Biology (BIO), Chemistry (CHM), Earth Science (ESC), Geology (GEL), Meteorology (MET), Mathematics (MTH), Physical Science (PHS), Physics (PHY), Science (SCI), Statistics (STA)

These courses also fulfill Area 2 requirements:

Anthropology: Physical Anthropology Courses ANT 171 - Human Origins: Introduction to Physical Anthropology

Broadcast and Cinematic Arts Courses BCA 288 - History and Appreciation of the Cinema 3(2-2) BCA 290 - French Film and Other Media 3(3-0) BCA 300 - African and African American Film 3(3-0) BCA 503 - Critiquing Mass Media 3(3-0)

Honors Courses HON 110 - Speaking and Writing with Critical Awareness 6(6-0) HON 130 - Western Cultural and Intellectual Traditions

3-6(Spec)

3(3-0) ANT 173 - Laboratory in Physical Anthropology 1(0-2) ANT 244 - Human Emergence Issues : Multidisciplinary

Perspectives 3(3-0) ANT 342 - Forensic Anthropology 4(3-2) ANT 347 - Human Evolution 3(3-0) ANT 351 - The Race Concept and Human Variation 3(3-0) ANT 356 - Primate Behavior 3(3-0)

Communication Disorder Courses CDO 335 - The Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing

Theatre and Interpretation Courses TAI 170 - Fundamentals of Interpretative Reading 3(3-0) TAI 175 - Appreciation of the Theatre 3(3-0) TAI 182 - Acting I 3(3-0) TAI 282 - Acting II 3(3-0) TAI 305 - Studio: Acting/Performance 1-4(Spec) TAI 306 - Studio: Directing 1-4(Spec) TAI 307 - Studio: Movement 1-4(Spec) TAI 308 - Studio: Script Creation 1-4(Spec) TAI 313 - Studio: Scenery Design 1-4(Spec) TAI 315 - Studio: Lighting Design 1-4(Spec) TAI 371 - Readers Theatre 3(3-0) TAI 373 - Oral Interpretation for Children 3(3-0) TAI 376 - Interpretation of Drama 3(3-0) TAI 377 - Costuming I 3(3-0) TAI 380 - Musical Theatre History 3(3-0) TAI 382 - Acting III 3(3-0) TAI 460 - BFA Capstone Project 3(0-6) TAI 477 - Scene Design 3(3-0) TAI 481 - Directing 3(3-0) TAI 490 - Independent Study 1-4(Spec) TAI 569 - History of American Theatre 3(3-0) TAI 570 - Oral Interpretation of Prose Fiction 3(3-0) TAI 571 - Oral Interpretation of Poetry 3(3-0)

4(4-0) CDO 463 - Introduction to Acoustic Phonetics 2(2-0) Computer Science Courses CPS 110 - Information Technology Programming I 3(3-0) CPS 120 - Microcomputer Applications 3(3-0) CPS 150 - FORTRAN Programming 2(2-0) CPS 180 - Principles of Computer Programming 3(3-0) CPS 181 - Introduction to Data Structures 3(3-0) CPS 210 - Assembly Language and Computer Organization

3(3-0) CPS 280 - Alternative Programming Languages 1-6(Spec) CPS 340 - Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 3(3-0) CPS 360 - Computer Design and Architecture 3(3-0) CPS 370 - File Manipulation Techniques 3(3-0) CPS 380 - Microcomputer Architecture 3(3-0) CPS 410 - Software Engineering 3(3-0) CPS 450 - Programming Language Concepts 3(3-0) CPS 468 - Systems Programming and Software 3(3-0) CPS 530 - Simulation of Discrete Event Systems 3(3-0) CPS 541 - Databases 3(3-0) CPS 560 - Digital Computer Design 3(3-0) CPS 575 - Computer Graphics 3(3-0)

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