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Undergraduate Programs

Track 2 - Interpersonal and Group Interaction

Courses in this track address the major tenets of social interac- tion that may lead to group productivity and overall effectiveness. Each course provides an examination of how groups can develop into functioning units through the study of patterns of individual and group interaction (e.g., communication) within organizations and society in general.

BLR 310 - Alternative Dispute Resolution in Business 3(3-0) ENG 402 - Rhetoric and Argumentation 3(3-0) COM 264 - Organizational Communication 3(3-0) COM 267 - Introduction to Debate 3(3-0) COM 353 - Small Group Communication 3(3-0) COM 361 - Interpersonal Communication 3(3-0) COM 367 - Nonverbal Communication 3(3-0) COM 560 - Communication and Social/Organizational Change

3(3-0) COM 561 - Communication in Conflict Management 3(3-0) MGT 348 - Dynamics of Organizational Behavior 3(3-0) MGT 355 - Communications: Managerial Applications 3(3-0) MSL 201 - Individual Leadership Studies 3(2-2) MSL 202 - Leadership and Teamwork 3(2-2) PES 300 - Wilderness Experience for Leadership Development

3(2-2) PSC 327 - Lobbying and Interest Group Behavior 3(3-0) PSY 330 - Social Psychology 3(3-0) PSY 336 - Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3(3-0) PSY 531 - Group Dynamics 3(3-0) PSY 535 - Organizational Psychology 3(3-0) RPL 206 - Recreation Activities Leadership 3(3-0) RPL 307 - Management Skills in Leisure Services 3(3-0) RPL 435 - Leadership in Adventure Education Programming 3(3-0) SOC 100 - Introductory Sociology 3(3-0) SOC 201 - Social Psychology 3(3-0)

Track 3 - Leadership in a Social, Political, or Historical Context

Courses in this track put the analysis of effective leaders and leadership practices into a specific historical, political, and/or social context. Each course provides a broad perspective of leadership as it examines a set of complex environmental variables that affect leader development and effectiveness.

BCA 210 - Survey of the Mass Media 4(4-0) HSC 520 - Health Services Administration 3(3-0) HST 110 - The American Experience 3(3-0) HST 238 - Ancient Greece and Rome 3(3-0) HST 312 - American Military Experience 3(3-0) HST 325 - African-Americans in Twentieth Century America

3(3-0) LAR 145 - Racism and Diversity in America 3(3-0) MSL 301 - Leadership and Problem Solving 4(3-2) MSL 402 - Officership 4(3-2) PSC 105 - Introduction to American Government and Politics

3(3-0) PSC 125 - African-American Politics 3(3-0) PSC 150 - World Politics 3(3-0) PSC 242 - Introduction to Comparative Politics 3(3-0) PSC 261 - State and Local Government 3(3-0) PSC 275 - Great Political Thinkers 3(3-0) PSC 321 - The American Chief Executive 3(3-0) PSC 371 - American Political Thought 3(3-0) PSC 373 - American Individualism 3(3-0) REL 345/PHL 345/PSC 325/SOC 345 - The Civil Rights Movement

3(3-0) RPL 405 - Administration of Community Leisure Services 3(3-0) SOC 221 - Social Problems 3(3-0) SOC 402 - Analysis of Social Change 3(3-0) SOC 403 - Political Sociology 3(3-0) WST 326/PSC 326 - Women and Politics 3(3-0)

Total: 24 semester hours

Nursing Minor

Credit to apply on this minor consists of 24 semester hours of academic credit transferred with successful completion of the R.N. registry examination. Up to 60 semester hours of transfer credit may be granted.

Total: 24 semester hours

Nutrition Minor

Required Courses (3 hours) FNS 370 - Nutrition 3(3-0)

Electives (19-21 hours)

Select from the following in consultation with an advisor: FNS 160 - Introduction to Foods 3(2-2) FNS 271 - Food and Culture in the United States 3(3-0) FNS 375 - Nutrition and Performance 3(3-0) FNS 470 - Applied Nutrition 3(3-0) FNS 474 - Nutrition in the Life Cycle 3(3-0) FNS 475 - Nutritional and Herbal Supplements 3(3-0) FNS 477 - Assessing Nutritional Status 2(1-2) FNS 575/GRN 575 - Geriatric Nutrition 3(3-0) FNS 577 - Advanced Topics in Nutrition: Eating Disorders 3(3-0) HEV 490 - Independent Study 1-6(Spec) HSC 503 - Health Implications of Obesity 3(3-0)

Total: 22-24 semester hours

Psychology Minor

Required Course (3 hours) PSY 100 - Introduction to Psychology 3(3-0)

Electives (18 hours)

A student must complete a minimum of 9 hours of psychology course work at CMU. If you are minoring in psychology and plan to attend graduate school in psychology, PSY 211 is strongly recommended. The balance of your credits should be selected by you and your advisor working together to select the set of courses which is most appropriate for you. A minimum 2.7 GPA (B-) must be earned in all teaching minors.

Total: 21 semester hours

Note: Only 6 hours may be counted from courses of unspecified content: PSY 200, 400, 496, 498, 500, 501, and 502. Further, not more than 3 hours may be counted from any one unspecified content course.

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