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INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
(BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................44-50
See General Education requirements 
MAJOR..............................................................................................................66
Interdisciplinary Studies Core (12 hours)
BIS 300, 310, 400, 410
Concentration (54 hours)
Students must concentrate in two or three areas of study to be deter-
mined in consultation with the program director. Select either:
Two concentrations (Minimum 27 hours each)
Three concentrations(Minimum 18 hours each)
ELECTIVES .....................................................................................................8-14
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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JOURNALISM
(BACHELOR OF ARTS)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................44-50
See General Education requirements:
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS...............................................................9-18
Foreign language (one language, 12 hours)
This requirement may be satisfied with 6 hours
at the 200 level
if
two years of the language have been completed in high school OR
with 9 hours
if
Foreign Language 101 has been completed to meet
General Education requirements under Personal Development.
Philosophy electives (6 hours)
This requirement may be satisfied with 3 hours
if
PHI 201 has been
completed to meet General Education requirements under
Perspectives on Society.
MAJOR..............................................................................................................37
Journalism Core (18 hours)
JOU 201, 202, 203; COM 318; CIS 205; PSC 443
Concentration, Print (19 hours)
JOU 215, 301, 302, 303, 304, 493 (16 hours)
Select one of the following (3 hours):
JOU 305, 401; ENG 302; ART 225
MINOR........................................................................................................15-24
See Academic Minors (pg 114)
ELECTIVES TO TOTAL ....................................................................................124
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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MANAGEMENT
(BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................45-50
See General Education requirements with the following
exceptions:
Under Mathematics, MAT 104 is required
Under Perspectives on Society, ECO 210 and 211 are required
Under Personal Development, CIS 205 is required
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................................................3
GBA 204
BUSINESS CORE...............................................................................................39
Overall GPA on these courses collectively must be C (2.0) or higher
ACC 220, 320; CIS 300; ECO 450, FIN 300; GBA 203, 220; MKT 300;
MGT 200, 300, 327, 342, 499
MAJOR..............................................................................................................21
Select one of the following Concentrations:
Management
MGT 305, 430, 453, 457, 475, 484, 488
International Business and Development
ACC 330; MGT 305, 457, 475, 482, 484, 485
Services Management
FIN 437: IRR 300, 350; MGT 302, 410, 465; MKT 425
ELECTIVES ...................................................................................................11-16
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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MARKETING
(BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................45-50
See General Education requirements with the following
exceptions:
Under Mathematics, MAT 104 is required
Under Perspectives on Society, ECO 210 and 211 are required
Under Personal Development, CIS 205 is required
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................................................3
GBA 204
BUSINESS CORE...............................................................................................39
Overall GPA on these courses collectively must be C (2.0) or higher
ACC 220, 320; CIS 300; ECO 450; FIN 300; GBA 203, 220; MKT 300;
MGT 200, 300, 327, 342, 499
MAJOR..............................................................................................................21
Marketing Core (12 hours):
MKT 321, 358, 488, 499
Select 9 hours of the following:
MKT 328, 330, 345, 425, 440, 475, 490
ELECTIVES ...................................................................................................11-16
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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MATHEMATICS
(BACHELOR OF SCIENCE)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................44-47
See General Education requirements
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS...............................................................9-12
Foreign Language--select one of the following (3-6 hours):
Foreign Language 102 (if
Foreign Language 101 has been completed to
meet General Education requirement for Personal development; must
be in the same language, 3 hours)
Six hours of one Foreign Language
Science electives (6 hours, beyond General Education requirement)
MAJOR ........................................................................................................39-42
Select one of the following (3-6 hours):
MAT 104 and
105
MAT 251, 252, 253, 254, 210, 490 (18 hours)
Mathematics electives (18 hours, 300-level or above)
ELECTIVES ...................................................................................................23-32
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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MATHEMATICS
(BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................41-47
See General Education requirements
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS..................................................................13
HSE 144, CSP 340, EPY 341, CIS elective
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION .........................................................................18
CUR 300, 393, 487, 498
MAJOR..............................................................................................................37
Select one of the following (3-6 hours):
MAT 104 and
105
MAT 251, 252, 253, 254, 215 (13 hours)
MAT 300 or 441 (3 hours)
MAT 405, 411, 415 (9 hours)
MAT 425 or 442 (3 hours)
Mathematics electives (3 hours, 300-level or above)
ELECTIVES ...................................................................................................12-18
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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MUSIC
(BACHELOR OF ARTS)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................41-47
See General Education requirements with the following
exceptions:
Under Literature and Fine Arts, no Fine Arts course is required
Under Perspectives on Society, PHI 201 is required
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS...............................................................9-15
Foreign Language--select one of the following (6-12 hrs): 
Six hours at the 200-level if
two years of the language have been com-
pleted in high school
Nine hours if
Foreign Language 101 has been completed to meet
General Education requirement for Personal Development; must be
in the same language
Twelve hours of one language
Philosophy electives (400-level, 3 hours)
MAJOR..............................................................................................................55
MUS 104 (8 semesters), 105, 107, 108 (5 hours)
MUS 150, 151, 152, 153, 250, 251, 252, 253 (16 hours)
MUS 301, 302 (6 hours)
MUS 490 (4 hours)
Individual Performance (16 hours)
Large Ensemble (each semester, 8 hours)
ELECTIVES ...................................................................................................11-21
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
108
MUSIC
(BACHELOR OF MUSIC)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................41-47
See General Education requirements with the following
exception:
Under Literature and Fine Arts, no Fine Arts course is required
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS.................................................................0-6
For Vocal Performance only:
Foreign Language (6 hours)
French and/or German (1 semester of each or 2 semesters
of one)
Three hours if
Foreign Language 101 has been completed to meet
General Education requirement for Personal Development; must be
in one of the required languages.
MAJOR..............................................................................................................77
Music Core (49 hours)
MUS 104 (each semester), 105, 107, 108, 150, 151, 152, 153, 250,
251, 252, 253, 301, 302, 350, 450 (33 hours)
Major Ensemble (8 hours)
Minor Ensemble (8 hours)
Select one of the following Concentrations (28 hours):
Keyboard Performance
Individual performance, junior and senior recitals (23
hours)
MUS 309 (1 hour)
MUS 310 or
311 (2 hours)
MUS 359 Piano Pedagogy and MUS 360 Piano Literature
(2 hours)
Instrumental Performance (wind and percussion instruments)
Individual performance, junior and senior recitals (23
hours)
MUS 309 (1 hour)
MUS 311 (2 hours)
Two Instrumental Methods courses: Woodwind, Brass,
Percussion, Strings (2 hours)
Vocal Performance
Individual performance, junior and senior recitals (19
hours)
MUS 309 (1 hours)
MUS 310 (2 hours)
MUS 344 Vocal Pedagogy (2 hours)
MUS 347, MUS 375, MUS 376 (4 hours)
ELECTIVES .......................................................................................................0-6
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
109
MUSIC
(BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................41-47
See General Education requirements with the following
exceptions:
Under Literature and Fine Arts, no Fine Arts course is required
SPECIAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................................................4
HSE 144, EPY 341
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION .........................................................................22
CUR 300, MUS 305, 388 (7 hours)
CUR 489 or
490 (3 hours)
CUR 393, 498 (12 hours)
MAJOR..............................................................................................................63
Music Core (38 hours)
MUS 104 (7 semesters), 105, 107, 108, 150, 151, 152, 153, 207, 208, 250,
251, 252, 253, 301, 302, 309, 350, 450 (36 hours)
Select either MUS 310 or
311 (2 hours)
Select one of the following Concentrations:
Instrumental Music Education (25 hours)
Major Instrument (14 hours)
Instrumental Methods (4 hours--Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, Strings)
Large Ensemble (required each semester except while student teaching--
7 hours)
Choral Music/General Music--select one of the following (25 hours):
Vocal
Voice (14 hours)
MUS 344 (2 hours)
MUS 375, 376 (2 hours)
Large Ensemble (required each semester except while stu-
dent teaching--7 hours)
Keyboard 
Piano (14 hours)
Voice (1 hour)
MUS 344 (2 hours)
MUS 359 (1 hour)
Large Ensemble (required each semester except while stu-
dent teaching--7 hours)
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS..........................................
Instrumental Music Education ......................................130
Choral Music/General Music..............................................
Vocal...................................................................130
Keyboard.............................................................130
110
MUSIC INDUSTRY STUDIES
(BACHELOR OF SCIENCE)
GENERAL EDUCATION ..............................................................................45-49
See General Education requirements with the following
exceptions:
Under Mathematics, MAT 104 is required
Under Lab Sciences, PHY 210 is required
Under Fine Arts, MUS 116 is required
Under Perspectives on Society, ECO 211 is required
Under Personal Development, FCS 215 is required
MUSIC INDUSTRY CORE............................................................................25-28
DMI 100, 101, 116, 117, 302, 419/420 or 425/426, 441, 442
BUSINESS CORE...............................................................................................12
ACC 220, GBA 203, MKT 300, MGT 300
CONCENTRATION...........................................................................................24
Select one of the following Concentrations:
Audio Engineering Technology (24 hours)
DMI 202, 203, 211, 214, 311, 314, 322, 331
Music Industry Entrepreneurship (24 hours)
DMI 210, 300, 310, 315, 320, 325, 415, 435
DMI ELECTIVES ................................................................................................11
GENERAL ELECTIVES.......................................................................................0-7
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS....................................124
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