May 20, 2018  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

What's New!


The 2014-2015 catalog includes the following new features:

Programs

New Programs:

Former Business-Management, B.B.A. program split into the following two programs:

  • Business Administration, B.B.A. (U.BBA.BSAD) - utilizes former Business-Management, B.B.A. curriculum
  • Management, B.B.A. (U.BBA.MGT) - revised curriculum to provide a more focused program of study

New Baccalaureate Minor:

  • Child and Adolescent Development Minor (UCADV)
  • Interprofessional Disabilities Services Minor (UIDIS)
  • Social Media Marketing Minor (USCMM)

Updated Programs:

  • Addiction Studies (U.BS.ADS) - Removal of required minor; required GPA for major 2.0
  • Art History Minor (UARTH) - Add/Delete courses; remove restriction for BFA majors
  • Art Education B.F.A. (U.BFA.ARTE) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Bachelor of Art in Arts & Sciences (All BA in A&S) - Total credits of electives; total credits required for program
  • Bachelor of Science in Arts & Sciences (All BS in A&S) - Total credits of electives; total credits required for program
  • Biology, B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.BIOL) - Revise admissions requirements; total credit required in discipline; total credit required for program
  • Chemistry B.S. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BS.CHEM + U.CERTUF.SEEDC) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Civic Leadership Studies/Minor (ULDR) - Total credits required in discipline; total hours of elective work
  • Communication Studies, B.A./B.S. (U.BA.CMST; U.BS.CMST) - Total credits of supportive work; total credits of electives
  • Contemporary Media and Journalism-Strategic Communication Spec, B.A. and B.S. (U.BA.CMJ-STCM and U.BS.CMJ-STCM) - Add and delete courses
  • Contemporary Media and Journalism- B.A., B.S., and minor (U.BA.CMJ, U.BS.CMJ, and UCMJ) - Rename program and department to Media & Journalism
  • Criminal Justice, B.A. and B.S. (U.BA.CJUS; U.BS.CJUS)- Total credits within discipline; total credits required for program
  • Earth Sciences B.S. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BS.ESCI + U.CERTUF.SEEDC) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Education Composite Minor (UEDUC) - Course deletions and additions
  • Elementary Education B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.ELED) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Elementary Education/Special Education B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.ELED/SPED)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Elementary Education plus 2 emphases (U.BSED.ELED) - Revise courses (specify general education courses required and 1 course)
  • Elementary Education Programs (all 4) [U.BSED.ELED; U.BSED.ELED-SPED] - List all specific general educations courses for programs
  • Elementary/Special Education (U.BSED.ELED/SPED) - Revise courses (specify general education courses required)
  • English B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.ENGL) - Revise admissions requirements
  • French B.A. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BA.FFST + U.CERTUF.SEEDC) - Revise admissions requirements
  • German B.A. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BA.GERM + U.CERTUF.SEEDC)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Health Sciences, B.A. (U.BS.HSC) - Add Paramedic specialization
  • History B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.HIST) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Information Technology Consultant Academy Certificate (U.CERTU.ITCA)- Add/delete courses
  • International Studies, B.A. (U.BA.INTS) - Replace required minor
  • Joint BBA/MPA in Accountancy- Total hours discipline; electives
  • Management, BBA to new curriculum - New curriculum for Management major
  • Management, BBA to new name - Name change (Former Management curriculum to Business Administration)
  • Mathematics B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.MATH) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Music Education (B.M)-Instrumental and Vocal (U.BM.MUSED)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Nursing, B.S.N (U.BSN.NURS) - Add/Delete courses
  • Physical Education B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.PE) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Physics B.S. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BA.PHYS + U.CERTUF.SEEDC)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Political Science B.A.; B.S. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BA.POLS or U.BS.POLS + U.CERTUF.SEEDC)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Political Science, B.A. and B.S. (U.BA.POLS; U.BS.POLS) - Total credits within discipline; total credits required for program
  • Secondary Education/Special Education B.S.Ed. in major + U.BSED.SPED - Revise admissions requirements
  • SEED/SPAN Ed B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.SPNED) - Total hours discipline; electives; total required for program
  • School of Education Certification; Combined BA/BS with SEED certificate (U.CERTUF.ELED; U.CERTUF.SEEDC) - Total credits supporting work; total hours required for program
  • Social Work, B.S. (U.BS.SOCW) - Total hours discipline, support work, elective, program
  • Spanish B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.SPNED) and Spanish B.A. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BA.SPAN + U.CERTUF.SEEDC)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Spanish Teaching Minor (USPAN) - Add/Delete courses
  • Speech Education B.S.Ed. (U.BSED.SPCMED)- Revise admissions requirements
  • Theatre B.F.A. with Secondary Education Certificate (U.BFA.THEA + U.CERTUF.SEEDC) - Revise admissions requirements
  • Women and Gender Studies Minor (U.WGST) - Additional course options

 Courses

New Courses:

  • ANAT 392-Topics
  • ANTH 392-Topics
  • BADM 442-Database Management for Business Professionals
  • BIOL 424-Disease Ecology
  • CJUS 205-Information Literacy in the Social Sciences
  • CJUS 459-Profiling Serial Killers, Spree Killers, and Mass Murderers
  • CJUS 489-Capstone
  • COUN 100-Information, Skills and Career Pathways to the Helping Professions
  • CSC 120-Fundamentals of Programming
  • CSC 180-Introductory Programming for IT Consulting
  • CSC 270-Software Engineering for IT Consulting
  • CSC 280-Advanced Software Engineering for IT Consulting
  • CSC 292-Topics
  • CSC 392-Topics
  • CSC 486-Data Mining (Authority to Offer an Existing Common Course)
  • DHYG 100-Introduction to the Dental Professions
  • ENGL 305-Professional, Technical and Grant Writing (Authority to Offer an Existing Common Course)
  • EXPL 394-Internship
  • FAMP 280-History and Introduction to Disability
  • GER 392-Topics
  • GS 100-University Experience (Authority to Offer an Existing Common Course)
  • HIST 392-Topics
  • HSC 100-Intro to Advanced Life Support (ALS)
  • HSC 101-EMS Anatomy and Physiology
  • HSC 102-Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Clinical I
  • HSC 201-Advanced Airway Management
  • HSC 205-Patient Assessment
  • HSC 210-EMS Pharmacology
  • HSC 210L-EMS Pharmacology Laboratory
  • HSC 211-Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Clinical II
  • HSC 240-Medical Emergencies I
  • HSC 240L-Medical Emergencies I Laboratory
  • HSC 241- Medical Emergencies II
  • HSC 241L-Medical Emergencies II Laboratory
  • HSC 244-Cardiac Emergencies
  • HSC 246-Emergency Medical Services Clinical III
  • HSC 254-Trauma Emergencies
  • HSC 254L-Trauma Laboratory
  • HSC 264-Emergency Medical Services Clinical IV
  • HSC 265-Emergency Medical Services Operations
  • HSC 270-Paramedic Professional Development
  • HSC 270L-Paramedic Professional Development Laboratory
  • HSC 296-Paramedic Field Experience
  • HSC 365-Universal Supports in Disabilities Services
  • HSC 496-Paramedic Field Experience
  • KSS 492-Topics
  • MCOM 101-Media Experience
  • MCOM 241-Social Media Marketing
  • MCOM 424-Gender and Media
  • MCOM 440-Event Marketing and Management
  • MCOM 462-Advanced Digital Imaging
  • MCOM 483-Your Brain on Media
  • MSL 194-Internship
  • NATV 292-Topics
  • NATV 392-Topics
  • NURS 471-Clinical Prevention and Population Health
  • NURS 484-Transition to Practice and Clinical Immersion
  • PHGY 225/225L-Human Anatomy and Physiology for Kinesiology and Sport Science/Lab
  • PHYS 292-Topics
  • POLS 205-Information Literacy in the Social Sciences
  • POLS 489-Capstone
  • PSYC 292-Topics
  • PSYC 392-Topics
  • SOC 402-Social Deviance (Authority to Offer an Existing Common Course)
  • SOCW 350-Social Work With Families and Groups
  • SPCM 280-Nonverbal Communication
  • SPCM 340-Oral Interpretation of Literature (Authority to Offer an Existing Common Course)
  • SPCM 370-Intergroup Communication
  • SUST 392-Topics 
     

Updated Courses:

  • BADM 467-Labor-Management Relations (Delivery code)
  • BIOL 428/L-Comparative Physiology/Lab (Prerequisites; description)
  • CHEM 110/L-Chemistry and the Environment/Lab (Prerequisites)
  • CHEM 114-General Chemistry II (Change prerequisites)
  • CSC 250-Computer Science II (Change prerequisites)
  • CJUS 367-Introduction to Research Methods (Re-title; prerequisites; description)
  • CSC 486- Data Mining (Prerequisites)
  • DHYG 313-Embryology (Prerequisites; description)
  • DHYG 314-Histology and Oral Pathology (Prerequisites; co-requisites; description)
  • DHYG 321-Dental Materials I (Description)
  • DHYG 321L-Dental Materials I Lab (Description)
  • DHYG 330- Clinical Skills Development I (Add co-requisite)
  • DHYG 333-Radiography Practicum (Description)
  • DHYG 333L-Radiography Practicum Clinical Lab (Description)
  • DHYG 336-Clinical Skills Development II (Co-requisite; description)
  • DHYG 336L-Clinical Skills Development II Clinical Laboratory(Description)
  • DHYG 350-Oral Local Anesthesiology (Description)
  • DHYG 350L-Oral Local Anesthesia Lab (Re-title; description)
  • DHYG 351-Nitrous Oxide Sedation/Analgesia (Re-title; description)
  • DHYG 351L-Nitrous/Oxygen Sedation Lab (Re-title; description)
  • DHYG 422-Dental Materials II (Remove prerequisite; description)
  • DHYG 422L-Dental Materials II Lab (Description)
  • DHYG 431-Practicum I (Re-title; co-requisite; description)
  • DHYG 431L-Practicum I-Clinical (Re-title; description)
  • DHYG 435-Dental Hygiene Practicum II (Co-requisite; description)
  • DHYG 435L-Practicum II Clinical Lab (Re-title; co-requisite; description)
  • DHYG 436-Peridontology I (Re-title; co-requisite; description)
  • DHYG 436L-Peridontology I Laboratory (Re-title; description)
  • DHYG 437-Periodontology II (Description)
  • ENGL 305-Professional, Technical and Grant Writing (Pre-requisites and registration restriction)
  • ESCI 101/101L-Principles of Earth Science I/Lab (Title change)
  • ESCI 103/103L-Principles of Earth Science II/Lab (Title change; prerequisites; description)
  • ESCI 313-Glacial Geomorphology (Change in Course Number)
  • ESCI 451-Earth Structures (Change in Credit Hours)
  • MCOM 325-Introduction to Multiplatform Storytelling (CIP code change)
  • MCOM 342-Strategic Communication (Prerequisite)
  • MCOM 441-Internet Marketing Communication (Modify course description; add prerequisites)
  • MCOM 456-Multimedia Design/Development (Prerequisite)
  • MICR 318-Fundamentals of Immunology (Change in course number)
  • MICR 320-Microbiology and Infectious Disease (Renumber to MICR 420)
  • MICR 321-Fundamental Microbiology Lab (Renumber to MICR 422)
  • MUS 314-Contemporary Music Theory Techniques (Title change)
  • MTRO 201-Meteorolgy (Change in co-requisite; description )
  • MTRO 202-Meteorolgy Lab (Change in number; co-requisite; description)
  • NATV 330-Native People’s Health Care, Promotion and Policy (Remove prerequisites; description; cross list to HSC 330)
  • NURS 350-Research and Evidence Based Practice (Add co/pre-requisites, change registration restriction)
  • NURS 352- Pharmacology (Change registration restriction)
  • NURS 383- Physical Assessment Across the Lifespan (Change registration restriction)
  • NURS 485- Designer, Coordinator, and Manager of Care Capstone Practicum (Change registration restriction)
  • NURS 487-Healthcare Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments (Change registration restriction)
  • PE 330-PK-8 PE, Health Methods/Safety/Nutrition (Registration restriction; prerequisite)
  • POLS 367 - Introduction to Research Methods (Re-title; prerequisites; description)
  • REL 370-Philosophy of Religion (Change in Number and Description)
  • SOC 402- Social Deviance (Cross-list/dual list)
  • SOCW 210-Social Work Interactional Skills (Description)
  • SOCW 310-Social Work Practice I (Description)
  • SOCW 330-Social Work Practice II (Description)
  • SOCW 340-Human Behavior and the Social Environment I (Re-title; prerequisite; co- requisite; registration restriction; description)
  • SOCW 484-Social Work and Mental Health (Description)
  • SPAN 443-Linguisitics (Dual List)
  • SPCM 370-Intergroup Communication (Re-title)

 

System General Education Requirements:

SGR #1 Written Communication

  • N/A

SGR #2 Oral Communication

  • N/A

SGR #3 Social Science

EPSY 210 Lifespan Development

SGR #4 Humanities and Fine Arts

  • N/A

SGR #5 Mathematics

  • N/A

SGR #6 Natural Science

  • CHEM 110/110L Chemistry and the Environment
  • MTRO 201/201L Meteorology/Meteorology Lab-SGR #6 (## Pending BOR approval, add and backdate approval to fall 2014)

SGR #7 Information Literacy

  • UHON 101 Honor Speech Communication
  • UNON 110 Honors English
     

Institutional Graduation Requirements:

IGR #1 Additional First-Year Composition Course Requirement

  • UHON 111 Ideas in History

IGR #2 Aesthetic Experience Requirement

  • N/A
     

Board of Regents Additional Requirements:

Globalization/Global Issues Requirement Additions

  • ECON 441-International Trade
  • ECON 445-International Macroeconomics
  • MUS 100 Music Appreciation
  • THEA 350 Film History

Writing Intensive Requirements Additions

  • ENGL 305 Professional, Technical & Grant Writing
  • MCOM 402 Media Law and Ethics
  • SPCM 407 Critical Studies in Popular Culture and Communication
  • SPCM 440 Health Communication
     

Course Deletions (159 courses):

  • A&S 111-Libray Research
  • A&S 123-Sci: Core of Discovery II
  • A&S 123L-Sci: Core of Discovery II Lab
  • A&S 411-Biblio & Library Research
  • ACCT 406-Accounting for Entrepreneurs
  • ACCT 493-Workshop
  • AIS 465-Native American Psychology
  • AIS 493-Workshop
  • AIS 498-Undergrad Research/Scholarship
  • ANTH 415-Women in Antiquity
  • ANTH 450-Anthropology & Literature
  • ANTH 461-Primitive Art
  • ART 391F-Papermaking I
  • ARTE 490-Seminar
  • BADM 194-Internship
  • BADM 195-Practicum
  • BADM 293-Workshop
  • BADM 406-Accounting for Entrepreneurs
  • BIOL 414-Animal Ecology
  • BIOL 414L-Animal Ecology Laboratory
  • BIOL 421-Plant Anatomy
  • BIOL 421L-Plant Anatomy Lab
  • BIOL 438-Molecular Ecology & Evolution
  • BIOL 449-DNA Sequencing Methods
  • BIOL 455-Mammalogy
  • BIOL 455L-Mammalogy Lab
  • CHEM 200-Introduction to Research
  • CHEM 210-Introductory Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 210L-Introductory Organic Chem Lab
  • CHEM 426-Polymer Chemistry
  • CIS 447-Artificial Intelligence
  • CIS 484-Database Management Systems
  • CIS 491-Independent Study
  • CIS 492-Topics
  • CIS 494-Internship
  • CLHU 202-Engl Vocab Latin & Greek Roots
  • CLHU 405-Roman Art and Archaeology
  • CLHU 413-Lit of the Ancient World
  • CLHU 415-Women in Antiquity
  • CSC 490-Seminar
  • DCOM 390-Seminar
  • DHYG 227L-Principles of Radiography Lab
  • DHYG 330CL-Clinical Laboratory
  • DHYG 337CL-Periodontology II Clinical Lab
  • DHYG 395C-Dental Prac Mngmnt/Field Experience
  • DHYG 396C-Clin:Dntl Prct Mgnmnt & Field Exp
  • DHYG 396G-Dental Prac Mngmnt/Field Exp.
  • DRED 493-Workshop
  • EDFN 453-Personal Trans & Change Mgmt
  • ENGL 202-Engl Vocab Latin&Greek Roots
  • ENGL 394-Internship
  • ENGL 400-Advanced Writing
  • ENGL 477-Lit, Art & the American Land
  • ENTR 406-Accounting for Entrepreneurs
  • ESCI 413-Glacial Geomorphology
  • ESCI 435-Geophysical Prospecting
  • ESCI 475-Environmental Site Assessmt
  • ESCI 477-Field Meth in Hydrogeology
  • FREN 415-Fren Lang Skills Wksp
  • FREN 453-Topics in French Literature
  • FREN 493-Workshop
  • FREN 498-Undergrad Research/Scholarship
  • GFA 401-Intro to Arts Admin
  • GFA 490-Seminar
  • GREE 211-Homer’s Iliad
  • GREE 212-Homer’s Odyssey
  • GREE 271-Intermediate Greek
  • GREE 411-Plato
  • GREE 412-Herodotus:Lysias
  • GREE 413-Tragedy II
  • GREE 492-Topics
  • HIST 292-Topics
  • HIST 404-Historical Geography
  • HIST 405-Latin America I
  • HIST 415-Women in Antiquity
  • HIST 452-US World Affairs Colonial-1900
  • HIST 453-Jeffersonian Democracy
  • HIST 454-Jacksonian Democracy
  • HIST 456-America: Square Deal-New Deal
  • HIST 461-American Legal Issues
  • HIST 463-American Frontier II
  • HIST 464-20th Century Frontier
  • HIST 474-Native Americans: Sioux Country
  • HIST 478-The End of the Old Order
  • HIST 479-The US and the Cold War
  • HLTH 490-Seminar
  • HSAD 493-Workshop
  • IDEA 286-Service Learning
  • IDEA 392-Topics
  • IDEA 392-Topics
  • IDEA 492-Topics
  • INED 481-Workshop in Indian Educ
  • INTA 340-The History of Architecture
  • INTA 470-Non-Profit Mgmt for the Arts
  • INTA 471-Fundraising for the Arts
  • LATI 401-The Writing of Latin I
  • LATI 402-The Writing of Latin II
  • LATI 411-Cicero
  • LATI 412-Pliny’s Ltrs & Martial’s EPG
  • LATI 413-Horace & Catullus
  • LATI 414-Roman Comedy:Plautus & Terenc
  • LATI 481-Teaching of Latin
  • LIBM 491-Independent Study
  • LIBM 494-Internship
  • LING 497-Cooperative Education
  • MATH 191-Independent Study
  • MATH 493-Workshop
  • MCOM 295-Practicum
  • MCOM 395-Practicum
  • MCOM 471-Sales & Progrming Strategies
  • MIS 105-Introduction to Computers
  • MIS 150-Computer Science I
  • MIS 210-Web Authoring
  • MIS 250-Computer Science II
  • MIS 461-Programming Languages
  • MIS 484-Database Management Systems
  • MIS 491-Independent Study
  • MIS 492-Topics
  • MIS 494-Internship
  • MSL 000-Basic Military Credit
  • MUS 493-Workshop
  • NATV 360-1934 Indian Reorganization Act
  • NATV 450-Natural Law & Restor Justice
  • NATV 460-Oceti Sakowin Oyate-Treaty Law
  • NATV 498-Undergrad Research/Scholarship
  • NC 292T-No Credit
  • PE 294-Internship
  • PE 361-Elem & Adapted Physical Educ
  • PE 378-Assessment in Adap Phys Educ
  • PE 393-Workshop
  • PE 467-Coaching Swimming
  • PE 468-Coaching Tennis
  • PE 472-Coaching Golf
  • PE 476-Coaching Gymnastics
  • PHYS 490-Seminar
  • POLS 101-American Government Honors
  • POLS 442-German Politics
  • POLS 445-Canada
  • PSYC 412-Intro to Animal Behavior
  • PSYC 490-Seminar
  • RECR 140-Introduction to Recreation
  • RECR 376-Technology Integration
  • RECR 493-Workshop
  • RECR 498-Undergrad Research/Scholarship
  • SEED 411-7-12 Speech Methods
  • SOCW 490-Seminar
  • SOCW 495-Practicum
  • SPAN 351-Survey of Spanish Lit II
  • SPAN 474-Spanish Lit: Siglo XX
  • SPCM 443-Human Behavior and the Social Environment II
  • SPED 391-Independent Study
  • SPED 429-American Sign Language II
  • TET 192-Topics
  • THEA 271-Playwriting I
  • THEA 496-Field Experience
  • UHON 392-Topics
  • UHON 490-Seminar
  • WMST 496-Field Experience
  • XDIS 310-Challenge: Success & Happiness