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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.)

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

NAME____________________________________________ADVISOR_______________________________
DEGREE __________________MAJOR _________________________________ DATE ________________
*ANY DEVIATIONS FROM THESE REQUIREMENTS MUST BE APPROVED BY A DEAN IN
THE COLLEGE OFFICE - 105 BOWMAN HALL (330) 672-2062
I.

COMPOSITION-6 HRS
ENG
10001 __________

Hrs Completed ______


10002 __________

PHIL

18420

_______

22061
D17063

_______
_______

D*10100 _______
20651
_______
D22778 _______

17064

_________

D*10301 _________ D10500 ______


21211 _________ D*22221______

Hrs Remaining __________


______________________________________________________________________

IIA. MATHEMATICS, LOGIC-3-5 HRS


Hrs Completed ______
Hrs Remaining __________
This requirement is a proficiency requirement and can be met by successful completion of
mathematics/logic coursework at a level beyond the courses listed below. The combination of MATH
14001 and 14002 may be used to meet this requirement provided both courses were completed while the
student was enrolled in another college.
MATH

Social Sciences (continued)


ANTH
D18210 _______
CACM
D*11001 _______
ECON
22060 _______
GEOG
10160 _______
JUS
26704 _______
POL
D10004 _______
PSYC
11762 _______
SOC
D*12050 _______

10041 __________
11008 __________ 11011 _________(4) 11012 __________
12001 __________(4) 12002 _________(5) 14001 ___________ 14002 __________
11009 __________
21002 __________ 31045 __________

IIB. FOREIGN LANGUAGE-14 HRS


Hrs Completed _________Hrs Remaining ___________
B.A. students must complete the Intermediate II level in a foreign language or American Sign Language.
Students placed beyond the Elementary I level based upon previous language coursework will complete the
requirement with fewer than the specified number of hours. Under certain circumstances, the requirement
can be met by certification of proficiency by a language department.
________________________________________________________________________
III. HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS-9 HRS Hrs Completed _________Hrs Remaining __________
REQUIRED: All 9 required hours in the Humanities and Fine Arts must be selected from the courses listed
below. At least one course must be selected from Humanities: Arts and Sciences. At least one course must
be selected from Fine Arts: Fine and Professional Arts.
RESTRICTIONS: No coursework from the major department may be counted toward the Humanities and
Fine Arts.
HUMANITIES: Arts & Sciences (select at least one course from this group)
CLAS
D21404 _______
D21405 _______
ENG
21054 _______
22071 _______
22072
_______
HIST
D11050 _______
D11051 _______
D*12070 _______
PAS
D23001 _______
D*23002 ______
PHIL
D11001 _______
D21001 _______
D21020 _______
HUMANITIES: Fine & Professional Arts
COMM 15000 ________
D*26000 _______
JMC
D*20001 ______
FINE ARTS: Fine & Professional Arts (select at least one course from this group)
ARCH
10001 ______
10011 __________
10012 ________
ART
12001 ______
22006 __________
22007 ________
DAN
D27076 ______
MUS
22111 ______
D22121 _________
THEA
D11000 _____

V. BASIC SCIENCES--9 HRS


Hrs Completed _________Hrs Remaining __________
REQUIRED: Select at least 6 hours from the courses listed below or from beginning "major
sequence" courses in (biological) ANTH (ANTH 38630), BSCI (BSCI 10110, 10120), CHEM
(CHEM 10060, 10061, 10062, 10063, 10960, 10961), and PHY (PHY 23101, 23102). The remaining
3 hours may optionally be selected from other courses in BSCI, CHEM, GEOL, and PHY.
RESTRICTIONS: No more than two courses from any curricular area (not counting laboratories)
may be counted toward the Basic Sciences. No coursework from the major department may be
counted toward the 6 hours which must be selected from the courses listed below.
Credit toward the Basic Sciences is not allowed for:
- both the PSCI 11660 series and either the CHEM 10050 series, the CHEM 10060 series, or the
PHY 13001series.
- both the CHEM 10050 series and the Chem 10060 series .
- more than one of the PHY 13001, PHY 13011, or PHY 23101 series.
- combinations of BSCI 10001, the BSCI 10110 series, and/or the BSCI 20020 series.
ANTH
18630 __________
BSCI
10001 __________ 10002 __________ 20020 __________(5)
CHEM
10030 __________ 10050 __________ 10052 ______(2) 10053_____(1)
10054 _________(5)
CS
10051 __________(4)
GEOL
11040 __________ 11041 _________(1) 11042 __________ 11043 ______(1)
`
21062 __________ 21080 __________
PHY
11030 __________ 13001 _________(5) 13002 _________(5) 13011 _______
13012 __________ 21430 __________
PSCI
11660 __________ 11661 __________
_________________________________________________________________________

22073 _______
D*12071 _______
D21021 _______

D22020 ________

IV. SOCIAL SCIENCES-12 HRS


Hrs Completed________ Hrs Remaining____________
REQUIRED: Coursework must be selected from at least two curricular areas (e.g., ANTH, ECON, etc.) At
least 9 hours must be selected from the following courses. The additional 3 hours may optionally be
selected from any courses in JUS, ECON, GEOG, POL, PSYC, SOC, and (cultural) ANTH or from
selected courses in CACM and PAS.
RESTRICTIONS: No coursework from the major department may be counted toward the 9 hours which
must be selected from the following courses.

VI. DIVERSITY - 6 HRS


Hrs Completed _________Hrs Remaining________
REQUIRED: 2 courses
The selection of these two courses is subject to the following constraints:
1.
One course must be selected from the courses marked with a D in section III or IV
above. This course may not be from the major department.
2.
The second course may be selected from either the courses marked with a D in section
III or IV above or from the full list of diversity courses listed in the catalog.
3.
One of the above two courses must address domestic (U.S.) issues. These courses are
marked with an asterisk (*). The other course must address global issues. These courses
are not marked with an asterisk (*).
LER/Diversity Course ______________________________________________________
Second Diversity Course ____________________________________________________
VII. UNIVERSITY ORIENTATION - 1 HR
US
10001 __________(1)

Hrs Completed _______Hrs Remaining _______

VIII. WRITING-INTENSIVE COURSE REQUIREMENT


All students must complete, with a grade of C or better, at least one upper-division course designated as "writing
intensive." Courses that are writing intensive have a memo note in the Schedule of Classes stating, "This course is writing
intensive." While the intent is that the requirement be fulfilled within the major department, students may use a writingintensive course in another discipline to fulfill the requirement if permitted by the department/school of their major.
WIC Course _________________________________________________________
AY 2004-05