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School of
Education
2000-2002
Undergraduate
Academic Bulletin
Supplement

School of Education
W. W. Wright Education Building 
201 North Rose Avenue  
Bloomington, IN 47405-1006 
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School of Edcation
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Indianapolis, IN 46202
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Senior High/Junior High/Middle School and All-Grade Education Certification Programs

General Education
Professional Education
Cross-Cultural Studies
Teaching Areas
English
Teaching English as a Second Language
Foreign Language
Health and Safety
Journalism
Mathematics
Physical Education
Reading
Science
Social Studies
Speech Communications & Theatre
Visual Arts

GENERAL EDUCATION (a minimum of 45 credit hours)

A minimum of 9 credit hours must be completed in oral and written expression selected from the following

Humanities (18-24 credit hours)
COMM R110 Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3 cr.)
ENG W131 Elementary Composition (3 cr.)

Electives (3 cr.):
Select one course:
COMM C180 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3 cr.)
COMM T205 Introduction to Oral Interpretation (3 cr.)
COMM C223 Business and Professional Communication (3 cr.)
COMM R227 Argumentation and Debate (3 cr.)
COMM R228 Discussion and Group Methods (3 cr.)
ENG W132 Elementary Composition II (3 cr.)
ENG W205 Vocabulary Acquisition (1 cr.)
ENG W233 Intermediate Expository Writing (3 cr.)
ENG W250 Writing in Context (3 cr.)
ENG W290 Writing in the Arts and Sciences (3 cr.)
ENG W350 Advanced Expository Writing (3 cr.)
JOUR J200 Writing, Reporting, and Editing I (3 cr.) P: JOUR J100 or EDUC W200

Remaining Humanities (9-15 credit hours)1
Remaining credit hours must be taken from at least two of the following areas:
American Studies
Classical Studies
Communication (other than those courses used to fulfill the above requirements)
English (other than those courses used to fulfill the above requirements)
Fine Arts
Folklore
Foreign Language
Journalism (other than those courses used to fulfill the above requirements)
Music
Philosophy
Religious Studies

Life and Physical Sciences (9-15 credit hours)
Biology (3 credit hours) Select any course from Biology.

Select at least 6 credit hours from any of the following areas:
Astronomy
Chemistry
Computer Science
Geology
Mathematical Sciences (including EDUC E495 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers)
Physics
Physical Geography

Social and Behavioral Sciences (9-15 credit hours)
Select at least nine credit hours from at least three of the following areas:
Anthropology
Economics
Geography
History
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology

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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (45 credit hours)

Please see an advisor for information about the required course sequence.

EDUC H340 Education and American Culture (3 cr.)
EDUC K205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (3 cr.)
EDUC M101, M201, M301, M401 Laboratory/Field Experiences (4 courses, 1 cr. each)
EDUC M314 General Methods Senior High/Jr. High/Middle School Teachers (3 cr.)
EDUC M441-M456 Special Methods Course(s) in the Student’s Cognate Area(s) (4 cr.)
EDUC M464 Methods of Teaching Reading (3 cr.)
EDUC M480 Student Teaching: Secondary (16 cr.)
EDUC P255 Educational Psychology for Middle/Secondary Teachers (3 cr.)
EDUC W200 Microcomputing for Education: An Introduction (3 cr.)

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CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES (6 credit hour minimum)

EDUC M300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society (3 cr.)

Elective (3 credit hours)

Select from the following options:
Language—Two courses 100 level or above in a language other than English, but which might include American Sign Language, will be required.
Area Study—At lease one 200- to 400-level course with a definite focus on a non–United States cultural background selected from a discipline such as anthropology, political science, history, religion, etc., but not a ‘‘global problems’’ type course , will be required.
Overseas Study—Experience in this area would be by credit earned in any of the IU approved study-abroad programs.
Student Teaching—Experience in one of the several available Special Cultural Immersion Student Teaching Projects will satisfy the requirement beyond M300.

With careful planning choices may be incorporated into the general-education or professional study requirements. Advisor approval is required for each option.

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TEACHING AREAS

A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required for all courses in the major and minor.

Coaching Endorsement (18 credit hours)
HPER A480 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (1 cr.)
HPER P397 Kinesiology (3 cr.)
HPER P450 Principles and Psychology of Coaching (3 cr.)
HPER Theory and Techniques of Coaching: Six credits from the following: A361, A362, A363, A364, A365, A366, A367, A368, A369, A370, A371, or A372
BIOL N217 Human Physiology (5 cr.)

Computer Endorsement
The addition of the “Computer Endorsement” to the standard secondary teaching license serves as an additional credential for those who wish to serve as leaders in the use of technology within their schools.

Prerequisite Course:
W200 Microcomputers for Education: An Introduction (3 cr.)

Required:
EDUC W204 Programming for Microcomputers in Education (JAVA for Educators) (3 cr.) or
  CSCI N331 Visual Basic Programming (3 cr.)
W210 Survey of Computer-Based Education (3 cr.)
W220 Technical Issues in Education (3 cr.)
W310 Computer-Based Teaching Methods (3 cr.)
W410 Practicum in Computer-Based Education (6 cr.)

See an academic advisor for graduate course equivalents available to students who already hold a teaching license.

Driver and Traffic Safety Education Endorsement (12 credit hours)2
HPER S350 Content and Materials in Safety Education (2 cr.)
HPER S456 Traffic Safety Education for Teachers (4 cr.)
HPER S458 Driver Education Multiple Instruction Techniques (3 cr.)
HPER S360 Highway Safety Administration (3 cr.)

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ENGLISH Major (36 credit hours)

ENG G205 Introduction to the English Language (3 cr.) or
  EDUC X470 Psycholinguistics for Teachers of Reading (3 cr.)
ENG G206 Introduction to Grammar (3 cr.) or
  ENG G301 History of the English Language (3 cr.) or
  ENG G302 Structure of Modern English (3 cr.) or
  ENG G310 Social Speech Patterns (3 cr.)
ENG W206 Introduction to Creative Writing (3 cr.) or
  ENG W301 Writing Fiction (3 cr.) or
  ENG W401 Advanced Writing Fiction (3 cr.)
ENG W350 Advanced Expository Writing (3 cr.)

Literature
Select three courses:
ENG L202 Literary Interpretation (3 cr.)
ENG L203 Introduction to Drama (3 cr.)
ENG L204 Introduction to Fiction (3 cr.)
ENG L205 Introduction to Poetry (3 cr.)
ENG L213 Literary Masterpieces I (3 cr.)
ENG L214 Literary Masterpieces II (3 cr.)
ENG L351-L352-L354 Critical and Historical Study of American Literature I-II-III (3-3-3 cr.)
ENG L365 Modern Drama: Continental (3 cr.)
ENG L366 Modern Drama: English, Irish, and American (3 cr.)
ENG L370 Black American Writing (3 cr.)
EDUC X460 Books for Reading Instruction (Adolescent Literature) (3 cr.)or
  ENG L376 Literature for Adolescents (3 cr.)
ENG L381 Recent Writing (3 cr.)

Select two courses:
ENG L220 Introduction to Shakespeare (3 cr.)
ENG L301 Critical and Historical Survey of English Literature I (3 cr.)
ENG L302 Critical and Historical Survey of English Literature II (3 cr.)
ENG L315 Major Plays of Shakespeare (3 cr.)
ENG L332 Major Romantic Writers (3 cr.)
ENG L335 Victorian Literature (3 cr.)
ENG L345 Twentieth-Century British Poetry (3 cr.)
ENG L346 Twentieth-Century British Fiction (3 cr.)
ENG L348 Nineteenth-Century British Fiction (3 cr.)

Other selections may be made with approval of the student’s advisor.

Communications
Select one course from each category:

  1. COMM M150 Mass Media and Contemporary Society (3 cr.)
    EDUC X401 Critical Reading in Content Areas (3 cr.)
  2. JOUR J200 Reporting, Writing, and Editing I (3 cr.) P: JOUR J100 or EDUC W200
  3. COMM T205 Introduction to Oral Interpretation (3 cr.)
    COMM R227 Argumentation and Debate (3 cr.)
    COMM T305 Advanced Oral Interpretation (3 cr.)
ENGLISH Minor (24 credit hours)
ENG G205 Introduction to the English Language (3 cr.) or
  EDUC X470 Psycholinguistics for Teachers of Reading (3 cr.)
ENG G206 Introduction to Grammar (3 cr.) or
  ENG G301 History of the English Language (3 cr.) or
  ENG G302 Structure of Modern English (3 cr.) or
  ENG G310 Social Speech Patterns (3 cr.)
ENG W301 Introductory Creative Writing (3 cr.) or
  ENG W401 Advanced Writing Fiction (3 cr.)
ENG W350 Advanced Expository Writing (3 cr.)

Select two courses:
ENG L202 Literary Interpretation (3 cr.)
ENG L203 Introduction to Drama (3 cr.)
ENG L204 Introduction to Fiction (3 cr.)
ENG L205 Introduction to Poetry (3 cr.)
ENG L213 Literary Masterpieces I (3 cr.)
ENG L214 Literary Masterpieces II (3 cr.)
ENG L301 Critical and Historical Survey of English Literature I (3 cr.)
ENG L302 Critical and Historical Survey of English Literature II (3 cr.)
ENG L365 Modern Drama: Continental (3 cr.)
ENG L366 Modern Drama: English, Irish, and American (3 cr.)
ENG L370 Black American Writing (3 cr.)
EDUC X460 Books for Reading Instruction (Adolescent Literature) (3 cr.)or
  ENG L376 Literature for Adolescents (3 cr.)
ENG L381 Recent Writing (3 cr.)

Select one course from each category:
  1. COMM M150 Mass Media and Contemporary Society (3 cr.)
    EDUC X401 Critical Reading in Content Areas (3 cr.)
    JOUR J200 Reporting, Writing, and Editing I (3 cr.) P: JOUR J100 or EDUC W200
  2. COMM T205 Introduction to Oral Interpretation (3 cr.)
    COMM R227 Argumentation and Debate (3 cr.)
    COMM T305 Advanced Oral Interpretation (3 cr.)
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TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Minor (24 credit hours)

Prerequisite: A minimum of two semesters of college-level foreign language.

Linguistics (Select one course)
ENG G205 Introduction to English Language (3 cr.)
ENG G206 Introduction to Grammar (3 cr.)
ENG G301 History of the English Language (3 cr.)
ENG G302 Structure of Modern English (3 cr.)
LING L103 Introduction to Study of Language (3 cr.)
LING L365 Introduction to Linguistics (3 cr.)

Graduate Options
ENG G500 Introduction to the English Language (4 cr.)
ENG G501 American English (3 cr.)
LING L503 Survey of Linguistics (3 cr.)
LING L522 Survey of Applied Linguistics (3 cr.)

Psycholiguistics and Sociolinguistics (Select one course)
EDUC X470 Psycholinguistics for Teachers of Reading (1-3 cr.)

Graduate Options
EDUC L502 Socio-Psycholinguistic Applications to Reading Instruction (3 cr.)
ENG L532 Second Language Acquisition (3 cr.)
ENG G625 Introduction to Text Linguistics/Discourse Analysis (4 cr.)
ENG G651 American English
ENG G562 English Language and Sociolinguistics (4 cr.)

Culture and Society (Select one course)
ANTH L300 Language and Culture (3 cr.)
EDUC H340 Education and American Culture (3 cr.)
EDUC M300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society (3 cr.)

Graduate Options
EDUC H520 Education and Social Issues (3 cr.)
EDUC H540 Sociology of Education (3 cr.)

Literature (Select one course)
EDUC X460 Adolescent Literature (3 cr.)
ENG L376 Literature for Adolescents (3 cr.)
ENG L390 Children’s Literature (3 cr.)
ENG L391 Literature for Young Adults (3 cr.)
EDUC E449 Trade Books in the Classroom (3 cr.)

Graduate Options
EDUC L530 Topical Workshop: Tradebooks for Students (K-12) (1-6 cr.)
EDUC L535 Teaching Adolescent Literature (3 cr.)
EDUC L559 Tradebooks in the Elementary Classroom (3 cr.)

Methods
EDUC L441 Bilingual Education: Introduction (3 cr.)
EDUC L442 Methods for Bilingual Teaching (3 cr.)

Graduate Options
EDUC L520 Advanced Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages (3 cr.)
ENG G541 Materials Preparation for ESL Instruction (4 cr.)
ENG L534 Linguistic Resources and TESOL (3 cr.)
ENG L536 Methods and Materials for TESOL Teachers/Trainers (3 cr.)
EDUC L524 Language Issues in Bilingual and Multicultural Education (3 cr.)

Practicum
EDUC M470 Practicum ESL (3-8 cr.)

Graduate Options
EDUC L525 Practicum in Language Education: ESL (1-4 cr.)

Electives to total 24 credit hours selected from the following:
ANTH L300 Language and Culture (3 cr.)
ENG G205 Introduction to the English Language (3 cr.)
ENG G302 Structure of Modern English (3 cr.)
LING L205 Language and Style (3 cr.)
LING L367 Languages of the World (3 cr.)
SOC R420 Sociology of Education (3 cr.)

Graduate Options
EDUC J511 Methods of Individualizing Instruction (3 cr.)
EDUC L524 Language, Education Issues in Bilingual and Multicultural Education (3 cr.)
EDUC L536 Methods and Materials for TESOL Teacher-Trainers (3 cr.)
ENG G652 English Language and Sociolinguistics (4 cr.)
LING L511 Applied Transformational Grammar (3 cr.)
LING L522 Survey of Applied Linguistics (3 cr.)
LING L532 Second Language Acquisition (3 cr.)
SLIS L533 Library Materials for Children and Young Adults (3 cr.)

See advisor for other approved courses.

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FOREIGN LANGUAGES

FRENCH Major (36-41 credit hours)
The French major requires the completion of a minimum of 36 credit hours, including at least 30 credit hours in 300- and 400-level courses. Courses below the 200 level may not be counted toward licensing.

Prior to admission into EDUC M445 Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages, students must take a departmental proficiency examination. The examination may be taken more than once, but the student must pass the examination before being admitted to student teaching. The examination will test the student’s oral proficiency and knowledge of language structure.

200-level courses (6-8 credit hours) This work may be completed through one of the following options:

  1. By completing a sequence of courses at the 200 level
    FREN F203 Second-Year Composition, Conversation, and Reading I (4 cr.)
    FREN F204 Second-Year Composition, Conversation, and Reading II (4 cr.)
  2. By testing into a 300-level course and applying to the Department of French for 6 credit hours in FREN F299 (special credit).
  3. By testing into FREN F204 and receiving a minimum grade of C and then applying to the Department of French for credit in FREN F203 Second-Year French I.
Required (18 credit hours):
FREN F300 Lectures et analyses littéraires (3 cr.)
FREN F307 Masterpieces of French Literature (3 cr.)
FREN F328 Advanced French Composition and Grammar (3 cr.)
FREN F331 French Pronunciation and Diction (3 cr.)
FREN F360 Introduction socio-culturelle à la France (3 cr.)
FREN F421 Fourth-Year French (3 cr.)

Electives (15 credit hours):
FREN F410 French Literature of the Middle Ages (3 cr.)
FREN F428 Seventeenth-Century French Literature (3 cr.)
FREN F443 Nineteenth-Century Novel I (3 cr.)
FREN F444 Nineteenth-Century Novel II (3 cr.)
FREN F452 La Civilisation et littérature québécoise (3 cr.)
FREN F453-F454 Littérature contemporaine I-II (3-3 cr.)
FREN F460 French Fiction in Film (3 cr.)
FREN F480 French Conversation (3 cr.)
FREN F495 Individual Readings in French Literature (1-3 cr.)
FREN F498 Foreign Study in France (4-8 cr.)

FRENCH Minor (27-32 credit hours)
200-level courses (6-8 credit hours) This course work may be completed through one of the following options:
  1. By completing a sequence of courses at the 200 level as follows:
    FREN F203 Second-Year French I (4 cr.)
    FREN F204 Second-Year French II (4 cr.)
  2. By testing into a 300-level course and applying to the Department of French for 6 credit hours in FREN F299 (special credit).
  3. By testing into FREN F204 and receiving a minimum grade of C and then applying to the Department of French for credit in FREN F203 Second-Year French I (3 cr.).
Required (18 credit hours):
FREN F300 Lectures et analyses littéraires (3 cr.)
FREN F307 Masterpieces of French Literature (3 cr.)
FREN F328 Advanced French Composition and Grammar (3 cr.)
FREN F331 French Pronunciation and Diction (3 cr.)
FREN F360 Introduction socio-culturelle à la France (3 cr.)
FREN F421 Fourth-Year French (3 cr.)

Electives (1-3 credit hours):
FREN F410 French Literature of the Middle Ages (3 cr.)
FREN F428 Seventeenth-Century French Literature (3 cr.)
FREN F443-F444 Nineteenth-Century Novel I-II (3-3 cr.)
FREN F453-F454 Littérature contemporaine I-II (3-3 cr.)
FREN F480 French Conversation (3 cr.)
FREN F495 Individual Readings in French Literature (1-3 cr.)
FREN F498 Foreign Study in France (4-8 cr.)

GERMAN Major (36-38 credit hours)
The German major requires the completion of a minimum of 36 credit hours, including at least 30 credit hours in 300- or 400-level courses. Courses below the 200 level may not be counted toward licensing.

Prior to admission into EDUC M445 Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages, students must take a departmental proficiency examination. The examination may be taken more than once, but the student must pass the examination before being admitted to student teaching. The examination will test the student’s oral proficiency and knowledge of language structure.

200-level courses (6-8 credit hours) This course work may be completed through one of the following options:
  1. Advanced placement through German G299 (6 cr.) or
  2. Satisfactory completion of German G225 (4 cr.) and G230 (4 cr.)
Required (15 credit hours):
GER G300 Mittelstufe I (3 cr.)
GER G330 Mittelstufe II (3 cr.)
GER G331 Business German (3 cr.)
GER G333 German Translation Practice (3 cr.)
GER G340 Deutsch: Schreiben und Sprechen (3 cr.)
GER G431 Advanced Business German (3 cr.)
GER G445 Fortgeschrittenes Deutsch: Grammatik (3 cr.)
GER G465 Fortgeschrittenes Deutsch: Kommunikation (3 cr.)

Literature (12 credit hours)
Select from the following:
GER G371 Der deutsche Film (3 cr.)
GER G401 Deutsche Kultur in Amerika (3 cr.)
GER G407 Deutsche Literatur bis 1750 (3 cr.)
GER G408 Deutsche Klassik und Romantik (3 cr.)
GER G409 19. Jahrhunderts: Kultur und Literatur (3 cr.)
GER G410 20. Jahrhunderts: Kultur und Literatur (3 cr.)
GER G490 Das deutsche Kolloquium: Variable Titles (3 cr.)
GER G498 Individual Studies in German (1-3 cr.)

Culture (3 credit hours)
GER G365 Deutsche Kulturkunde (3 cr.)

GERMAN Minor (24 credit hours)

200-level courses (6-8 credit hours)

May be fulfilled through one of the following options:
  1. Advanced placement credit through GER G299 (6 cr.) or
  2. Satisfactory completion of GER G225 (4 cr.) and G230 (4 cr.)
Language (6 credit hours)
Select two courses:
GER G300 Mittelstufe I (3 cr.)
GER G330 Mittelstufe II (3 cr.)
GER G331 Business German (3 cr.)
GER G333 German Translation Practice (3 cr.)
GER G340 Deutsch: Schreiben und Sprechen (3 cr.)
GER G341 Advanced Business German (3 cr.)
GER G445 Fortgeschrittenes Deutsch: Grammatik(3 cr.)
GER G465 Fortgeschrittenes Deutsch: Kommunikation (3 cr.)
Literature (6 credit hours)
Select two courses:
GER G401 Deutsche Kultur in Amerika (3 cr.)
GER G407 Deutsche Literatur bis 1750 (3 cr.)
GER G408 Deutsche Klassik und Romantik (3 cr.)
GER G409 19. Jahrhunderts: Kultur und Literatur (3 cr.)
GER G410 20. Jahrhunderts: Kultur und Literatur (3 cr.)
GER G355 Theatre Spielen (3 cr.)

Culture (3 credit hours)
GER G365 Deutsche Kulturkunde (3 cr.)

SPANISH Major (36-38 credit hours)
The Spanish major requires the completion of a minimum of 36 credit hours, including 30 credit hours in 300- and 400-level courses. Courses taken in Spanish below the 200 level may not count toward licensing.

Prior to admission into EDUC M445 Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages, students must take a departmental proficiency examination. The examination may be repeated, but the student must pass the examination before being admitted to student teaching. The examination will test the student’s oral proficiency and knowledge of language structure.

200-level courses (6-10 credit hours) May be completed through one of the following options:
  1. SPAN S203 Second-Year Spanish I (4 cr.)
    SPAN S204 Second-Year Spanish II (4 cr.)
    SPAN S311 Spanish Grammar (3 cr.)
  2. Placing by examination in SPAN S204 (4 cr.) and receiving 3 credit hours of special credit upon successful completion of the course (7 cr.), and SPAN S210 (2 cr.) for a total of 9 credit hours.
  3. Placing by examination at the 300 level and receiving 6 credit hours of special credit in SPAN S298 upon the successful completion of a 300-level course.
Language (12 credit hours)
SPAN S313 Writing Spanish I (3 cr.)
SPAN S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction (3 cr.)
SPAN S320 Spanish Pronunciation and Diction(3 cr.)
SPAN S428 Applied Spanish Linguistics (3 cr.)

Literature (6 credit hours)
SPAN S360 Introduction to Hispanic Literature (3 cr.)
Additional 3 credit hours selected from 300- or 400-level literature courses

Culture and Civilization (3 cr.)
SPAN S363 Introduction to Hispanic Culture (3 cr.)

Electives (9 cr.)
To be selected from any 300- or 400-level courses not taken to fulfill other requirements.

SPANISH Minor (25 credit hours)

200-level course work (6-10 credit hours)

These credits may be completed through one of the following options:
  1. By completing:
    S203 Second-Year Spanish I (4 cr.)
    S204 Second-Year Spanish II (4 cr.)
    S210 Second-Year Spanish Composition (2 cr.)
  2. Placing by examination in S204 (4 cr.) and receiving 3 credit hours of special credit upon the successful completion of the course (7 cr.), and S210 (2 cr.) for a total of 9 credits.
  3. Placing by examination at the 300 level and receiving 6 credit hours of special credit in S298 upon the successful completion of a 300-level course.
Language (12 credit hours)
SPAN S313 Writing Spanish I (3 cr.)
SPAN S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction (3 cr.)
SPAN S320 Spanish Pronunciation and Diction (3 cr.)
SPAN S428 Applied Spanish Linguistics (3 cr.)

Literature (3 credit hours)
SPAN S360 Introduction to Hispanic Literature (3 cr.)

Culture and Civilization (3 credit hours)
SPAN S363 Introduction to Hispanic Culture (3 cr.)

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HEALTH AND SAFETY Minor (28 credit hours)

BIOL N217 Human Physiology (5 cr.)
HPER H160 First Aid (3 cr.)
HPER H363 Personal Health (3 cr.)
HPER H366 Health Problems in the Community (3 cr.)
HPER H464 Organization of Health Education (3 cr.)
HPER H465 Community Health Education (3 cr.)
HPER N231 Human Nutrition (3 cr.)
HPER S350 Content and Materials in Safety Education (2 cr.)
SPEA H316 Introduction to Environmental Health (3 cr.)

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JOURNALISM Minor (27 credit hours)

Communications Theory and Writing (18 credit hours)
JOUR J110 Foundations of Journalism and Mass Communications (3 cr.)
JOUR J200 Reporting, Writing, and Editing I (3 cr.) P: JOUR J100
JOUR J201 Reporting, Writing, and Editing II (3 cr.)
JOUR J300 Communications Law (3 cr.)
JOUR J410 The Media as Social Institutions (3 cr.)
JOUR J425 Supervision of School Publications (3 cr.)

Reporting and Editing (select one group) (6 cr.)
JOUR J341 Newspaper Reporting (3 cr.) and
  JOUR J351 Newspaper Editing (3 cr.)
JOUR J342 Magazine Reporting (3 cr.) and
  JOUR J352 Magazine Editing (3 cr.)
JOUR J343 Broadcast News (3 cr.) and
  JOUR J353 Advanced Broadcast News (3 cr.)
JOUR J344 Photojournalism (3 cr.) and
  JOUR J354 Photojournalism Editing (3 cr.)

Elective (3 credit hours)
JOUR J210 Visual Communications (3 cr.)
JOUR J463 Computer Publication Design I (3 cr.)
JOUR J465 Computer Publication Design II (3 cr.)

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MATHEMATICS Major (38 credit hours)

Students pursuing the standard senior high/junior high/middle school teacher certification program in mathematics at IUPUI must be enrolled in the IUPUI School of Science and must meet degree requirements for the IUPUI School of Science as well as those for teacher certification.
CSCI 230 Computing I (3 cr.)
MATH 163 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5 cr.)
MATH 164 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (5 cr.)
MATH 261 Multivariate Calculus (4 cr.)
MATH 262 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (4 cr.)
MATH 300 Foundation of the Number Systems (3 cr.)
MATH 351 Elementary Linear Algebra (3 cr.)
MATH 453 Algebra I (3 cr.)
MATH 463 Advanced Geometry (3 cr.)
MATH 583 History of Elementary Mathematics (3 cr.)
STAT 311 Introductory Probability I (3 cr.) or
  STAT 511 Statistical Methods I (3 cr.)

MATHEMATICS Minor (25 credit hours)
MATH 163 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5 cr.)
MATH 164 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (5 cr.)
MATH 261 Multivariate Calculus (4 cr.)
MATH 300 Foundation of the Number System (3 cr.)
MATH 351 Elementary Linear Algebra (3 cr.)
MATH 453 Algebra I (3 cr.)
MATH 463 Advanced Geometry (3 cr.)
STAT 311 Introductory Probability (3 cr.) or
  STAT 511 Statistical Methods I (3 cr.)

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Students pursuing the standard, all-grade (grades K-12) teacher certification program in physical education at IUPUI must be enrolled in the School of Physical Education at IUPUI and meet degree requirements for that school as well as the requirements for teacher certification.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION All-Grade Major (K-12) (62 credit hours)
BIOL N217 Human Physiology (5 cr.)
BIOL N261 Human Anatomy (5 cr.)
HPER H160 First Aid (3 cr.)
HPER H363 Personal Health (3 cr.)
HPER N231 Human Nutrition (3 cr.)
HPER P110 Dance in Elementary Education (2 cr.)
HPER P150 Gymnastics I (2 cr.)
HPER P195 History and Principles of Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P200 Microcomputer Applications in Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P210 Dance in Secondary Education (2 cr.)
HPER P215 Principles and Practice of Exercise Science (3 cr.)
HPER P271 Individual Sports (1 cr.)
HPER P290 Movement Experiences for Preschool and Elementary Children (2 cr.)
HPER P390 Growth and Motor Performance of School Age Youth (2 cr.)
HPER P397 Kinesiology (3 cr.)
HPER P398 Adapted Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P409 Basic Physiology of Exercise (3 cr.)
HPER P450 Organizational and Psychological Foundations of Coaching (3 cr.)
HPER P493 Tests and Measurements in Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P495 Laboratory Teaching in Physical Education (1 cr.)
HPER P497 Organizational and Curricular Structures of Physical Education K-12 (2 cr.)
HPER R275 Dynamics of Camp Leadership (2 cr.)

Select two courses from the following (2 credit hours): P229, P233, P241, P242, P243
Select one course from the following (1 credit hour): P230, P234, P235, P236, P237, E477
Select three courses from the following (4.5 credit hours): A361, A362, A363, A364, A365, A366, A367, A368, A369

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Minor (Senior High/Junior High/Middle School) (31 credit hours)

This minor is in the process of being approved. See an advisor in the School of Physical Education prior to program planning.
BIOL N217 Human Physiology (5 cr.)
HPER H160 First Aid (3 cr.)
HPER P150 Gymnastics I (2 cr.)
HPER P195 History and Principles of Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P215 Principles and Practice of Exercise Science (3 cr.)
HPER P397 Kinesiology (3 cr.)
HPER P497 Organizational and Curricular Structures of Physical Education K-12 (2 cr.)

Electives:
Select four courses from the following (4 credit hours): P228, P229, P233, P241, P242, P243
Select two courses from the following (3 credit hours): A361, A362, A363, A364, A365, A366, A367, A368, A369, A370, A371, A372
Select two courses from the following (2 credit hours): P230, P234, P235, P236, P237

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READING Endorsement to the Secondary License (Senior High/Junior High/Middle School Program) (24 credit hours)

The holder of the reading minor is eligible to be a reading teacher at the level of the certification to which it is attached. The minor is valid for the duration of the certificate to which it is attached.

Required:
EDUC M464 Methods of Teaching Reading (3 cr.)
EDUC X400 Diagnostic Teaching of Reading in the Classroom (3 cr.)
EDUC X401 Critical Reading in Content Area (3 cr.)
EDUC X425 Practicum in Reading (1-6 cr.)
EDUC X470 Psycholinguistics for Teachers of Reading (1-3 cr.)
EDUC X460 Books for Reading Instruction (Adolescent Literature) (3 cr.) or
  ENG L376 Adolescent Literature (3 cr.)

Electives:
Approved courses from reading, educational psychology, special education, and language-related areas.

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SCIENCE (51 credit hours)

Students pursuing the standard senior high/junior high/middle school teacher certification program in biology, chemistry, earth science, and physics must be enrolled in the School of Science at IUPUI. Students pursuing science certification must meet degree requirements of the appropriate school (science or education) as well as requirements for certification.

Available Combinations of Primary and Supporting Areas

Biology Chemistry Earth-Space Science Physics Physical Science
Chemistry Biology Chemistry Chemistry Biology
Earth-Space Science Earth-Space Science Mathematics Earth-Space Science Mathematics
General Science Mathematics Physical Science Mathematics
Mathematics Physics Physics
Physical Science
Physics
Students must complete one of the primary areas and one of the supporting areas available with that primary area.

General Requirements (12 credit hours) (except Biology undergraduate majors)
The science courses used for the general science requirements may not be counted as a part of the primary or supporting science area.

Nutrition
Select one course:
FN 303 Essentials of Nutrition (3 cr.) or
  Nursing B215 Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition (3 cr.)

Pharmacology
Select one course:
HPER H318 Drug Use in America (3 cr.)
HPER H363 Personal Health (3 cr.)
PHAR F216 Pharmacology (3 cr.)

Select 6 credit hours:
Biology—At least one course from this area for each student except students with biology as a primary area.
BIOL K101 Concepts of Biology I (5 cr.)
BIOL K103 Concepts of Biology II (5 cr.)
BIOL K341 Principles of Ecology (3 cr.)
BIOL K342 Ecology Laboratory (2 cr.)

Chemistry—At least one course from this area for each student except students with chemistry as a primary area. Required for students who wish to be certified in biology.
CHEM C105 Principles of Chemistry I (5 cr., lecture, recitation, laboratory)
CHEM C106 Principles of Chemistry II (5 cr., lecture, recitation, laboratory)

Geology—Except students with earth-space science primary area.
GEOL G107 Environmental Geology (3 cr.)
GEOL G109 Geology: Evolution of the Earth (3 cr.)
GEOL G110 Geology: The Earth’s Environment (3 cr.)
GEOL G300 Environmental and Urban Geology (3 cr.)

Physics—Except students with physics as a primary area.
PHYS 100 Physics in the Modern World (5 cr.)
PHYS 218 General Physics (4 cr.)

Astronomy—Except students with earth-space science as a primary area.
AST A100 The Solar System (3 cr.)
AST A105 Stellar Astronomy (3 cr.)

Geography—Except students with earth-space science as a primary area.
GEOG G107 Physical Systems of the Environment (3 cr.)
GEOG G110 Introduction to Human Geography (3 cr.)
GEOG G303 Weather and Climate (3 cr.)
GEOG G315 Environmental Conservation (3 cr.)
GEOG G318 Geography of Cities and Metropolitan Areas (3 cr.)

BIOLOGY Primary Area (24-25 credit hours)
Complete A through D.
  1. BIOL K101 Concepts of Biology I (5 cr.) and
      BIOL K103 Concepts of Biology II (5 cr.)
  2. BIOL K322 Genetics (3 cr.)
  3. BIOL K341 Principles of Ecology (3 cr.) and
      BIOL K342 Ecology Laboratory (2 cr.)
  4. Required: 300- to 400-level biology courses (6 cr.) (see School of Science Bulletin)
Biology Supporting Area (for chemistry and physical science primary areas only)
(17 credit hours)
Complete A through D.
  1. BIOL K101 Concepts of Biology I (5 cr.)
  2. BIOL K103 Concepts of Biology II (5 cr.)
  3. Required:300- to 400-level biology course (3 cr.) (see School of Science Bulletin)
  4. BIOL K341 Principles of Ecology (3 cr.) or
      BIOL K342 Ecology Laboratory (2 cr.)
CHEMISTRY Primary Area (24 credit hours)
Complete A through E.
  1. CHEM C105 Principles of Chemistry I (5 cr., lecture, recitation, laboratory)
    CHEM C106 Principles of Chemistry II (5 cr., lecture, recitation, laboratory)
  2. CHEM C341 Organic Chemistry (3 cr.) and
      CHEM C343 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2 cr.)
  3. CHEM C342 Organic Chemistry II (3 cr.)
  4. CHEM C360 Elementary Physical Chemistry (3 cr.) or
      CHEM C361 Physical Chemistry I (4 cr.)
  5. CHEM C310 Analytic Chemistry (3 cr.)
    CHEM C311 Analytic Chemistry Laboratory (1 cr.) (recommended but not required)
Chemistry Supporting Area (for biology and physics primary areas only) (16 credit hours)
Complete A through D.
  1. CHEM C105 Principles of Chemistry I (5 cr., lecture, recitation, laboratory)
  2. CHEM C106 Principles of Chemistry II (5 cr., lecture, recitation, laboratory)
  3. CHEM C341 Organic Chemistry (3 cr.)
  4. for Biology Primary: CHEM C342 Organic Chemistry II (3 cr.)
    for Earth Science Primary: CHEM C310 Analytical Chemistry (3 cr.)
    for Physics Primary: CHEM C360 Elementary Physical Chemistry (3 cr.)
EARTH-SPACE SCIENCE Primary Area (24 credit hours)
See an advisor for program planning.
Complete A through G.
  1. GEOL G209 History of the Earth (3 cr.) or
    GEOL G109 Fundamentals of Earth History (3 cr.) and
      GEOL G119 Fundamentals of Earth History Laboratory (1 cr.)
    See advisor before selecting courses above.
  2. GEOL G110 Geology: The Earth’s Environment (3 cr.) and
      GEOL G206 Physical Geology Laboratory (1 cr.) or
      GEOL G120 Physical Geology Laboratory (1 cr.)
  3. GEOL G221 Introductory Mineralogy (3 cr.)
  4. GEOL G222 Introductory Petrology (3 cr.)
  5. GEOL G304 Principles of Paleontology (3 cr.)
  6. GEOL G303 Geologic Mapping and Field Methods (4 cr.)
    GEOL G420 Regional Geology Field Trip (1-2 cr.) or approved course substitution
  7. AST A100 The Solar System (3 cr.) or
      AST A105 Stellar Astronomy (3 cr.)
Earth-Space Science Supporting Area (for biology, chemistry, and physics primary areas)
(17 credit hours)
Complete A through D.
  1. AST A100 The Solar System (3 cr.) or
      AST A105 Stellar Astronomy (3 cr.)
  2. GEOG G107 Environmental Geology (3 cr.) or
      GEOL G107 Geology: Resources and Man (3 cr.)
  3. GEOL G209 History of the Earth (4 cr.) and
      GEOL G110 Geology: The Earth’s Environment (3 cr.)and
      GEOL G206 Physical Geology Laboratory (1 cr.)
  4. GEOL G115 Introduction to Oceanography (3 cr.)
PHYSICS Primary Area (24 credit hours)
Complete A through F.
  1. PHYS 152 Mechanics (4 cr.)
  2. PHYS 251 Heat, Electricity, and Optics (5 cr.)
  3. PHYS 310 Intermediate Mechanics (4 cr.)
  4. PHYS 330 Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism (3 cr.)
  5. PHYS 342 Modern Physics (3 cr.) and
      PHYS 342L Modern Physics Laboratory (1 cr.)
  6. PHYS 400 Physical Optics (3 cr.) and
      PHYS 401 Physical Optics Lab (2 cr.)
Physics Supporting Area (for biology, chemistry, and earth-science primary areas)
(15 credit hours)
  1. PHYS 218 General Physics (4 cr.) and
      PHYS 219 General Physics (4 cr.) or
      PHYS 201 General Physics I (5 cr.) and
      PHYS 202 General Physics II (5 cr.) or
      PHYS 152 Mechanics (4 cr.) and
      PHYS 251 Heat, Electricity, and Optics (5 cr.)
  2. PHYS 342 Modern Physics (3 cr.) and
      PHYS 342 L Modern Physics Laboratory (1 cr.)—recommended and
    Elective: Any physics course at the 300 level or higher

Prior approval of the choice of courses for the elective in Group B is required from the Physics Department to assure that the grouping is appropriate for secondary teaching.

Note: PHYS 342L Modern Physics Lab is recommended. It does not replace the need for a second course elective in Group B.

PHYSICAL SCIENCE Primary Area (25 credit hours)
Complete A through D.
  1. CHEM C105 Principles of Chemistry I (5 cr.) and
      CHEM C106 Principles of Chemistry II (5 cr.)
  2. PHYS 218 General Physics (4 cr.) and
      PHYS 219 General Physics (4 cr.) or
      PHYS P201 General Physics I (5 cr.) and
      PHYS P202 General Physics II (5 cr.)
  3. GEOL G110 Geology: The Earth’s Environment (3 cr.) and
      GEOL G206 Physical Geology Laboratory (1 cr.)
  4. AST A100 The Solar System (3 cr.)
Physical Science Supporting Area (for biology and earth-space science only) (18 credit hours)
Complete A through C.
  1. CHEM C105 Principles of Chemistry I (5 cr.)
  2. CHEM C106 Principles of Chemistry II (5 cr.)
  3. PHYS 218 General Physics (4 cr.) and
      PHYS 219 General Physics (4 cr.) or
      PHYS 201 General Physics I (5 cr.) and
      PHYS P202 General Physics II (5 cr.)
General Science Supporting Area (for biology primary area only) (15 credit hours)
Elect 8-10 credit hours in physics or chemistry, and 5-7 credit hours in a physical science other than the area in which the 8-10 credit hours were taken.

Mathematics Supporting Area (for biology, chemistry, earth-space, physical science, and physics primary areas) (16 credit hours)
Complete A through E.
  1. MATH 261 Multivariate Calculus (4 cr.)
  2. MATH 262 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (4 cr.)
  3. MATH 300 Logic and Foundations of Algebra (3 cr.)
  4. MATH 351 Elementary Linear Algebra (3 cr.)
  5. MATH 463 Advanced Geometry (3 cr.)
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SOCIAL STUDIES (includes History)

Major (52 credit hours)
The major area consists of an overall minimum of 52 credit hours in the areas listed below. At least 30 of these must be in courses numbered 300 or above. In no single area can more than 6 credit hours of course work at the 100 level be counted toward the major requirements.

Within the overall major, one of the following areas must be chosen as a primary area with at least 18 credit hours of course work, and two others must be chosen as supporting areas with at least 12 credit hours of course work in each. For each primary and supporting area chosen, the specific courses listed must be completed.

A minimum of one course in each of at least three listed areas other than the primary and supporting areas must be completed. Additional course work to complete the minimum requirement of 52 credit hours should be elected to contribute to a diversified and coherent view of social studies.

Students should plan their major program in consultation with a social studies education faculty advisor. This will ensure the development of an overall view of social studies as a total subject area, and a coherent pattern of primary and supporting areas .

Primary      Supporting
Economics
Anthropology
Geography
Economics
Government
Geography
United States History
Government
World Civilization
Psychology

Sociology

United States History

World Civilization
Anthropology
ANTH A103 Human Origins and Prehistory (3 cr.) and
  ANTH A104 Culture and Society (3 cr.) or
  ANTH A303 Evolution and Prehistory (3 cr.) and
  ANTH A304 Social and Cultural Behavior (3 cr.)

Economics
ECON E201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3 cr.) and
  ECON E202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3 cr.)

Geography
GEOG G110 Introduction to Human Geography (3 cr.) and
  GEOG G107 Physical Systems of the Environment (3 cr.)

Government
POLS Y101 Principles of Political Science (3 cr.) and
  POLS Y103 Introduction to American Politics (3 cr.)

Psychology
PSY B104 Psychology as a Social Science (3 cr.) and
  PSY B105 Psychology as a Biological Science (3 cr.)

Sociology
SOC R100 Introduction to Sociology (3 cr.) and
  SOC R121 Social Problems (3 cr.)

U.S. History
HIST H105 and HIST H106 American History I-II (3-3 cr.)

World Civilizations
HIST H113 and HIST H114 History of Western Civilization I-II (3-3 cr.)
(Additional course work should be completed in non–U.S. History. This work should include courses from at least three culture areas.)

SOCIAL STUDIES (includes History) Minor (30 credit hours)
The minor area consists of an overall minimum of 30 credit hours in the areas listed below. At least 15 of these must be in courses numbered 300 or above.

One of the following areas must be chosen as a primary area with at least 18 credit hours of course work completed. The specific courses listed under the area must be completed, but no more than 6 credit hours at the 100 level in the primary area can be counted toward the minor requirements.

A minimum of one course each in at least three listed areas other than the primary area must be completed. Additional course work to complete the minimum 30 credit hour requirement should be elected to contribute to a diversified and coherent view of social studies. Students should plan their minor programs in consultation with a social studies education faculty advisor. This will ensure the development of an overall view of social studies as a total subject area, and a coherent pattern of primary and supporting areas.

Anthropology
ANTH A103 Human Origins and Prehistory (3 cr.) and
  ANTH A104 Culture and Society (3 cr.) or
  ANTH A303 Evolution and Prehistory (3 cr.) and
  ANTH A304 Social and Cultural Behavior (3 cr.)

Economics
ECON E201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3 cr.) and
  ECON E202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3 cr.)

Geography
GEOG G110 Introduction to Human Geography (3 cr.) and
  GEOG G107 Physical Systems of the Environment (3 cr.)

Government
POLS Y101 Principles of Political Science (3 cr.) and
  POLS Y103 Introduction to American Politics (3 cr.)

Psychology
PSY B104 Psychology as a Social Science (3 cr.) and
  PSY B105 Psychology as a Biological Science (3 cr.)

Sociology
SOC R100 Introduction to Sociology (3 cr.) and
  SOC R121 Social Problems (3 cr.)

U.S. History
HIST H105 and HIST H106 American History I-II (3-3 cr.)

World Civilizations
HIST H113 and HIST H114 History of Western Civilization I-II (3-3 cr.)
(Additional course work should be completed in non–U.S. History. This work should include courses from at least three culture areas.)

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SPEECH COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE Major (36 credit hours)

Speech Communication and Theatre majors are encouraged to complete a minor. See advisor for appropriate program choices.
COMM C104 Voice and Diction (3 cr.)
COMM C180 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3 cr.)
COMM M150 Mass Media and Contemporary Society (3 cr.)
COMM R227 Argumentation and Debate (3 cr.) or
  COMM R228 Discussion and Group Methods (3 cr.)
COMM R310 Introduction to Rhetoric and Public Address (3 cr.)
COMM R320 Public Speaking (3 cr.) or
  COMM R321 Persuasion (3 cr.)
COMM T130 Introduction to Theatre (3 cr.)
COMM T133 Introduction to Acting (3 cr.)
COMM T339 Directing I (3 cr.)

Electives (6 credit hours)
Choose any courses in the Department of Communication Studies, excluding R110 and R223.

SPEECH COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE Minor (24 credit hours)
COMM C180 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3 cr.)
COMM R227 Argumentation and Debate (3 cr.) or
  COMM R228 Discussion and Group Methods (3 cr.)
COMM R310 Introduction to Rhetoric and Public Address (3 cr.) or
  COMM R320 Public Speaking (3 cr.) or
  COMM R321 Persuasion (3 cr.)
COMM T130 Introduction to Theatre (3 cr.)

Select four courses (12 credit hours):
COMM C104 Voice and Diction (3 cr.)
COMM M150 Mass Media and Contemporary Society (3 cr.)
COMM T133 Introduction to Acting (3 cr.)
COMM T205 Introduction to Oral Interpretation (3 cr.)
COMM T336 Children’s Theatre (3 cr.)
COMM T337/8 Theatre History (3 cr.)
COMM T339 Directing I (3 cr.)

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VISUAL ARTS Major

Students pursuing the standard all-grade (grades K-12) teacher certification program in visual arts at IUPUI must be enrolled in the Herron School of Art, IUPUI, and meet degree requirements for that school, including the certification requirements.

Professional Education (48 credit hours)

Please see an advisor for sequencing of courses.
EDUC H340 Education and American Culture (3 cr.)
EDUC K205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (3 cr.)
EDUC M101, M201, M301, M401 Laboratory/Field Experiences (4 courses, 1 cr. each)
EDUC M300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society (3 cr.)
EDUC M371 Foundations of Art Education (4 cr.)
EDUC M464 Methods of Teaching Reading (3 cr.)
EDUC M482 Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools (10-16 cr.)
HER M472 Teaching Art in the Elementary Schools (3 cr.)
HER M473 Teaching Art in the Secondary Schools (3 cr.)
EDUC P254 Educational Psychology for Teachers of All Grades (3 cr.)
EDUC W200 Microcomputing for Education: An Introduction (3 cr.)

Art Organization (3 credit hours)
HER C311 Art Education Studio Survey (2 cr.)

Two- and Three-Dimensional Art (50 credit hours)
Foundational Courses (20 credit hours)
HER C101-C102 Introduction to Painting (2-2 cr.)
HER C111-C112 Three-Dimensional Design (3-3 cr.)
HER C121-C122 Design Theory (3-3 cr.)
HER D101-D102 Life and Object Drawing (2-2 cr.)

Studio Electives (24 credit hours)
HER A201-A202 Visual Communication I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER A203 The Portfolio Process (3 cr.)
HER A204 The Visual Book (3 cr.)
HER A251-A252 Typography I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER A261 Introduction to Computer Imagery I (3 cr.)
HER A262 Introduction to Computer Imagery II (3 cr.)
HER A271 Computers in Visual Communication (3 cr.)
HER C204-C205 Ceramics I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER D201-D202 Drawing III and IV (3-3 cr.)
HER D211-D212 Communicative Drawing (3-3 cr.)
HER D230 Figure Drawing (3 cr.)
HER G201 Etching I (3 cr.)
HER G202 Lithography I (3 cr.)
HER G203-G204 Silkscreen Printing I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER G205 Monotype (3 cr.)
HER K201-K202 Photography I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER Q241-Q242 Beginning Woodworking Design (3-3 cr.)
HER Q261-Q262 Beginning Woodworking (3-3 cr.)
HER S201-S202 Sculpture I and II (3-3 cr.)

Advanced Studio Electives (6 credit hours)
HER A311-A312 Illustration I and II (2-2 cr.)
HER A411-A412 Advanced Illustration (2-2 cr.)
HER C304-C305 Ceramics III and IV (3-3 cr.)
HER C312 Art Education Studio (variable title ) (2 cr.)
HER C412 AdvancedArt Education Studio (variable title) (2 cr.)
HER D301-D302 Drawing V and VI (3-3 cr.)
HER D401-D402 Drawing VII and VIII (2-2 cr.)
HER E305-E306 Advanced Portrait Painting I and II (2-2 cr.)
HER G301-G303 Etching II and III (3-3 cr.)
HER G302-G304 Lithography II and III (3-3 cr.)
HER G305-G306 Photo Processes for Printmaking I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER G401-G402 Printmaking III and IV (3 or 6 cr.)
HER G403-G404 Individual Research in Printmaking I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER K301-K302 Photography III and IV (2 or 3 cr.)
HER K401-K402 Advanced Photography (2-2 cr.)
HER P301-P302 Painting III and IV (3-3 cr.)
HER P401-P402 Painting V and VI (3 or 6 cr.)
HER P403-P404 Individual Research in Painting (3-3 cr.)
HER Q341-Q342 Intermediate Furniture Design (3-3 cr.)
HER Q361-Q362 Intermediate Woodworking Design (3-3 cr.)
HER Q441-Q442 Advanced Furniture Design V and VI (3-3 cr.)
HER Q461-Q462 Advanced Woodworking Design (3-3 cr.)
HER S301-S302 Sculpture III and IV (3-3 cr.)
HER H303-H306 Sculpture and Environment (3-3 cr.)
HER S331-S332 Sculpture Construction (3-3 cr.)
HER S401-S402 Sculpture V and VI (3 or 6 cr.)
HER S403-S404 Individual Research in Sculpture (3-3 cr.)
HER S501-S502 Sculpture (3 or 6 cr.)

History and Appreciation of Art (12 credit hours) (3 credit hours may be applied to humanities requirements)
Foundational courses required (9 credit hours):
HER H101-H102 History of Art I and II (3-3 cr.)
HER H103 Introduction to Contemporary Art (3 cr.)

Advanced Art History Electives (3 credit hours):
HER H301 Traditional Arts of Africa, Oceania, and Americas (3 cr.)
HER H302 Beginnings of Twentieth Century Art 1886-1919 (3 cr.)
HER H323 History of Printmaking I (3 cr.)
HER H324 History of Printmaking II (3 cr.)
HER H326 Romanesque and Gothic Art (3 cr.)
HER H333 Art of the Renaissance (3 cr.)
HER H334 The Baroque Artist and His Society (3 cr.)
HER H341 Nineteenth-Century Painting (3 cr.)
HER H342 Dada to Abstract Expressionism: Twentieth Century Art 1915-1950 (3 cr.)
HER H344 Modern Architecture (3 cr.)
HER H345 American Art to 1913 (3 cr.)
HER H347 Twentieth Century Art: 1950 – Present (3 cr.)
HER H351-H352 African Art (3-3 cr.)
HER H361-H362 Asian Art (3-3 cr.)
HER H400 Topics and Methods in Art History (3 cr.)
HER H402 Roots of Modernism 1905-1915 (3 cr.)
HER H404 American Art of the Past Two Decades (3 cr.)
HER H495 Problems in Art History (1-3 cr.)
HER H497 Summer School in Europe (6 cr.)

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