2001-2002 UAF Catalog


Undergraduate

Baccalaureate Degree Requirements in Brief (2001-2002)

To be completed by all: Complete the following in addition to the core:
Academic Discipline Baccalaureate Core Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Technology Bachelor of Business Administration Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Arts and Sciences
Communications ENGL 111X-3 cr
ENGL 211X or ENGL 213-3 cr
COMM 131X
or COMM 141X-3 cr
2 designated upper-division writing intensive (W) and either 1 designated upper-division oral intensive (O) course or 2 upper-division oral intensive courses designated O/2 2 designated upper-division writing intensive (W) and either 1 designated upper-division oral intensive (O) course or 2 upper-division oral intensive courses designated O/2 ENGL 314 and 1 other designated upper-division writing intensive (W) and either 1 designated upper-division oral intensive (O) course or 2 upper-division oral intensive courses designated O/2 ENGL 314 and 1 other designated upper-division writing intensive (W) and either 1 designated upper-division oral intensive (O) course or 2 upper-division oral intensive courses designated O/2 2 designated upper-division writing intensive (W) and either 1 designated upper-division oral intensive (O) course or 2 upper-division oral intensive courses designated O/2 2 designated upper-division writing intensive (W) and either 1 designated upper-division oral intensive (O) course or 2 upper-division oral intensive courses designated O/2 LAS 310 and LAS 420 or
LAS 430
(COMM 131X should be taken to meet the Communications requirement.)
Humanities and Social Sciences Perspectives on the Human Condition (18 cr):
ANTH/SOC 100X-3 cr
ECON/PS 100X-3 cr
HIST 100X-3 cr
ART/MUS/THR 200X

or HUM 201X-3 cr
ENGL/FL 200X-3 cr
COMM 300X or JUST 300X
or NRM 303X or PHIL 322X
or PS 300X-3 cr
or 12 credits from above plus 2 semester-length courses in a single Alaska Native or other non-English language or 3 semesters (9 credits) in American Sign Language taken at the university level

Humanities and Social Sciences
(18 credits):
Any combination of courses at the 100-level or above with a minimum of 6 credits in humanities and 6 credits in social sciences or up to 12 credits of a non-English language taken at the university level and at least 6 credits of social sciences
No additional humanities or social sciences unless required by major or minor No additional humanities or social sciences unless required by major or minor ECON 200-4 cr
ECON 227-3 cr
(A core ethics class must be included in the courses used to meet the Perspectives on the Human Condition requirement.)
LING 101-3 cr
Humanities Elec-3 cr
ANTH 242-3 cr
PSY 101-3 cr
PSY 240-3 cr
No additional humanities or social sciences except those required in the major No additional humanities or social sciences except those required in the major.
(ART/MUS/THR 200X, HIST 100X, ANTH/SOC 100X and ENGL/FL 200X must be included in the courses used to meet the Perspectives on the Human Condition requirements.
Mathematics MATH 107X or MATH 131X or MATH 200X, 201X, 202X, 262X or 272X or any math course having one of the above as a prerequisite-3 or 4 cr One 3-credit course at the 100 level or above from math, computer sciences or statistics One 3-credit course at the 100-level or above from math, computer sciences or statistics (a 3-credit calculus course must be included in core or B.S. requirements) One 3-credit course at the 100 level or above from math, computer sciences or statistics STAT 200-3 cr
MATH 161-3 cr
(MATH 262X should be taken to meet the core math requirement)
MATH 205-3 cr
MATH 206-3 cr
One 3-credit course at 100-level or above from math, computer sciences or statistics MATH 205-3 cr
MATH 206-3 cr
(MATH 107X must be taken to meet the core math requirement)
Natural Sciences Complete one emphasis:
Breadth emphasis (8 credits):
(Complete two courses)
ATM 101X—4 cr
BIOL 100X-4 cr
OR BIOL 103X-4 cr

OR BIOL 104X-4 cr
CHEM 100X-4 cr
GEOG 205X-4 cr
GEOS 100X-4 cr
or GEOS 125X-4 cr
or GEOS 120X-4 cr
MSL 111X-4 cr
PHYS 102-4 cr
or PHYS 175X-4 cr
OR Depth emphasis
(8 cr, complete 1 sequence):
BIOL 105X and 106X-8 cr
BIOL 211X and 212X-8 cr
CHEM 103X and 104X-8 cr
CHEM 105X and 106X-8 cr
GEOS 101X and 112X-8 cr
PHYS 103X and 104X-8 cr
PHYS 211X and 212X-8 cr
PHYS 211X and 213X-8 cr
PHYS 212X and 213X-8 cr

No additional natural science unless required by the major or minor One-year sequence in one natural science beyond the core-8 cr
(Total natural science courses used to meet core and B.S. requirements must represent at least two different natural sciences)
No additional natural science unless required by the major No additional natural science required No additional natural science unless required in concentration No additional natural science required 2 additional breadth-emphasis core lab courses in the 2 disciplines not completed for the core natural sciences from the disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics and geoscience (2 different science discipline breadth-emphasis lab courses selected from the disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics and geoscience must be taken for the core natural science requirement.)
Library and
Information
Research
Successful completion of library skills competency test or

LS 100X or 101X-0-1 cr
(complete during first 2 years)

             
Other       Computer competency (any computer science or computer applications course)-3 cr
TTCH 301 Technology
& Society-3 cr
Area of specialization-
30 or more cr
Option-33 cr
Common Body of Knowledge-
31-34 cr
Electives-11
(inside/outside SOM)
Concentration-18-31 cr
Education-48 cr
  Electives—at least 7 cr
Major Complex   At least 30 cr At least 30 cr At least 30 cr   85 or more cr At least 56 cr
Minor Complex   Required: at least 15 cr Optional: at least 15 cr         At least 15 cr
Total Required 38-40 cr 120 cr 120 cr 120 cr 123-130 cr 130 cr 120 cr 120 cr


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