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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A. (Triple Concentration)


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Interdisciplinary Studies (Triple Concentration)

Interdisciplinary Studies (Triple Concentration): Total Semester Hours = 120


Freshman Year


First Semester


Total: 16

Second Semester


Total: 16

Sophomore Year


Total: 15

Second Semester


  • 3 Credit Hours GE
  • 3 Hour Free Elective (200+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 1 Elective (200+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 2 Elective (200+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 3 Elective (200+ Level)
Total: 15

Junior Year


First Semester


  • 3 Hour Concentration 1 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 2 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 3 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 1 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 2 Elective (300+ Level)
Total: 15

Second Semester


  • 1 Credit Hour GE
  • 3 Hour Concentration 3 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 1 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 2 Elective (300+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 3 Elective (300+ Level)
Total: 13

Senior Year


First Semester


  • 3 Hour Concentration 1 Elective (400+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 2 Elective (400+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 3 Elective (400+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 1 Elective (400+ Level)
  • 3 Hour Concentration 2 Elective (400+ Level)
Total: 15

Second Semester


Total: 15

Notes:


GE = General Education Courses

*Based on your placement testing scores, these courses may require prerequisites which may extend the number of semesters needed to complete degree requirements. These prerequisites do not count towards the degree for graduation.

**Marching Band Members ONLY, substitute PE Activity with MUB 110 - Marching Band . **ROTC MEMBERS ONLY, substitute PE Activity with MY 104 - Basic Military Science  and MYL 104 - Basic Military Science Laboratory 

Concentration Requirements and Electives


Interdisciplinary Studies Triple Concentrations 

Students must select three of the concentrations listed below and then satisfy the listed requirements for those concentrations. 

College of Business and Entrepreneurship

18 Credit Hours
  • BA 110 Introduction to Business
  • AC 231 Principles of Accounting I & Lab
    • or BA 231 Microeconomics
    • or BA 232 Macroeconomics
  • MG 300 Management & Organizational Behavior
  • MK 341 Introduction to Marketing
  • MG 411 Seminar in Marketing
    • MK 411 Seminar in Marketing
  • MG 493 Business Ethics

College of Health Sciences

Aging Studies

18 Credit Hours
  • GR 231 Introduction to Gerontology
  • GR 310 Celluar & Physiologic Aspects of Aging
  • GR 335 Minority Aging
  • GR 380 End of Life Issues
    • RELI 434 Death & Immortality
  • GR 390 Psychology of Aging
  • GR 490 Aging Studies Practicum

Health And Exercise Science

18 Credit Hours
  • BI 237 Anatomy and Physiology
  • CHS 230 Sports Nutrition
  • PE 215 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
  • PE 335 Kinesiology
  • PE 435 Physiology of Exercise
  • SM 131 Introduction to Sport Medicine

Nutrition

18 Credit Hours
  • CHS 220 Medical Terminology
  • CHS 230 Sports Nutrition
  • GR 230 Nutrition in Health and Disease
  • NUTR 220 Principles and Fundamentals of Human Nutrition
  • NUTR 320 Introduction to Food Science
  • NUTR 322 Nutrition through the Life Cycle

College of Hospitality Management

18 Credit Hours

  • HM 110 Introduction to Hospitality (Must be taken as a free elective)
  • HM 190 Internship (1 credit hour)
  • HM 230 Principles of Tourism
  • HM 292 Professional Development III (.5 credit hour)
  • HM 293 Professional Development IV (.5 credit hour)
  • HM 492 Professional Development VII (1 credit hour)
  • HM 347 Lodging Operations Management 
    • or HM 260 Fundamentals of Food and Beverage (4 credit hours)
  • HM 430 Event Management (4 credit hours)
  • HM 431 Guest Service Management

Hospitality Management Electives (Choose ONE to complete the concentration)

  • HM 330 Hospitality Sales and Marketing
  • HM 331 Hospitality Legal Environment and Risk Management
  • HM 417 Strategic Leadership & Entrepreneurship

College of Liberal Arts

Criminal Justice

18 Credit Hours

   Required Courses

  • CJ 131 Introduction to Criminal Justice (for Free Elective)
  • CJ 206 Ethics, Crime & Justice
  • CJ 389 Criminology

   The remaining pool of courses (12 credit hours) from which students may choose 2 - 300 level and 2 - 400 level courses to complete the concentration requirements.

  • CJ 314 The Color of Law
  • CJ 327 Corrections
  • CJ 337 Law Enforcement
  • CJ 461 Juvenile Justice
  • CJ 463 Juvenile Justice Reform
  • CJ 464 Juvenile Law

English

18 Credit Hours

  • EN 210 Introduction to Literary Analysis
  • EN 320 Black American Literature
  • EN 350 Post-Colonial Literature
  • EN 334 American Literature
  • EN 431-34 Major Authors
  • EN 421-24 Special Topics

History

18 Credit Hours

The pool of courses (18 credit hours) from which students may choose 1 - 200 level course, 3 - 300 level courses, and 2 - 400 level courses to complete the concentration requirements.

  • HI 231 US History to 1865
  • HI 232 US History since 1865
  • HI 333 Europe I
  • HI 334 Europe II
  • HI 335 History of West Africa
  • HI 340 Florida History
  • HI 353 Modern Asian Studies
  • HI 420 Contemporary African Studies
  • HI 431 History of Latin America and the Caribbean

Political Science

18 Credit Hours

  • POL 230 American Government
  • POL 330 International Politics
  • POL 335 Constitutional Law
  • POL 336 Comparative Politics
  • POL 436 Political Theory 
  • POL 440 International Political Economy

Psychology

18 Credit Hours

  Required Courses

  • EN 240 Advanced Composition (for Free Elective)
  • PS 231 General Psychology

  The remaining pool of courses (15 credit hours) from which students may choose 3 - 300 level courses and 2 - 400 level courses to complete the concentration requirements.

  • PS 236 Developmental Psychology
  • PS 325 Abnormal Psychology
  • PS 328 Educational Psychology
  • PS 330 Social Psychology
  • PS 332 Social Casework Psychology
  • PS 337 African / Black Psychology
  • PS 338 Research Methods in Psychology
  • PS 340 Psychological Measurement
  • PS 352 History & Systems of Psychology
  • PS 418 Health Psychology
  • PS 420 Counseling Theories
  • PS 428 Physiological Psychology
  • PS 435 Cognitive Psychology
  • PS 441 Psychology of Aging
  • PS 444 Human Sexuality

Sociology

18 Credit Hours

  Required Courses

  • SO 131 Introduction to Sociology (for Free Elective)
  • SO 436 Sociological Theories

  The remaining pool of courses (15 credit hours) from which students may choose 1 - 200 level,  3 - 300 level courses and 1 - 400 level courses to complete the concentration requirements.

  • SO 230 Social Psychology
  • SO 234 Sociology of World Societies
  • SO 235 Marriage and the Family
  • SO 331 Demography
  • SO 337 Death and Dying
  • SO 339 Social Stratification
  • SO 344 Sociology of Deviant Behavior
  • SO 432 Community Organization
  • SO 438 Urban Sociology
  • SO 439 Race and Ethnicity

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