Curriculum

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University Core 18-22
Communication Arts 4-8 (based on ACT/SAT/AP scores)
Cultural Perspectives 8
Biblical Perspectives 4
Fitness and Health 2
   
General Education 31-43
Natural and Computational Sciences  
Foundations, Biol 203  4
Foundations, Chem 205/206  5
Social Sciences  
General Psychology, Psyc 101  4
Mathematics  
Calculus I, Math 240  4

Languages

4-16 (based on language placement)

Fine Arts

4
Humanities  
Introduction to Science and Religion, Scrl/Phil 210  4
Physical Activity 2
   
Major Studies 50
Math and Computer Science (8 hours)  
Calculus II, Math 260  4
Computer Science, Cosc 110  4
Chemistry (4 hours)  
Organic Chem, Chem 215/216  4
Physics (10 hours)  
Physics I, II,    Phys 203,204  10
Religion (8 hours) 8 (4 upper level)
Introduction to World Religions, Relg 201   
Sociology of Religion, Relg 333   
Philosophy (8 hours)   8 upper level
Philosophy of Religion, Relg/Phil 311   
Metaphysics, Phil 328   
Psychology (choose one; 4 hours) 4 upper level
Physiological Psychology, Psyc 308   
Cognitive Psychology, Psyc 409   
Special Topics in Science and Religions, Scrl 410

4 upper level (seminars 2x2 hours each;
see course proposal for details)

Senior Seminar and Project, Scrl 450 4 upper level (research/paper)
   
Courses in concentration (below) 16-24
Total credits 115-139
Entering students who receive course credit for prior work will reach the 128 hour graduation requirement through electives not shown here. AP credit can be applied toward any course requirements shown here and also listed in the catalog as core or general education courses as long as the University otherwise offers AP credit for those courses.


Distribution of Pertinent Core Requirements

Religion 2 classes (plus Biblical Perspectives)
Philosophy 2 classes
Biology 1 class
Mathematics 2 classes
Physics 2 classes
Chemistry 2 classes
Psychology 2 classes
Computer Science 1 class

Concentrations

Biology
204 Foundations
326 Environ Science
333 Genetics
405 Cell & Molecular Biology

One additional 300 or 400 level BIOL course

Chemistry
315/316 Organic Reactions
325/326 Quantitative Analysis
350 Biochemistry
355 Inorganic Chemistry

At least two additional 300 or 400 level CHEM credits

Physics 
310/311 Mechanics
330/331 Electricity & Magnetism
340/341 Optics
350/351 Modern Physics

Computer Science
200 Discrete Structures for Computer Science
210 Data Structure and Algorithms
306 Principles of Bioinformatics
410 Artificial Intelligence

Two additional 300 or 400 level COSC courses

Mathematics 
270 Calculus III 
280 Intro Advanced Mathematics 
330 Differential Equations
340 Linear Algebra

Two additional 300 or 400 level MATH courses

Prehealth
Chem 315/316 Organic Reactions
Chem 325/326 Quantitative Analysis
Chem 350 Biochemistry
Biol 333  Genetics

At least one additional 300 or 400 level credit

Religion
221 Christian Theology
320 Creation and Covenant in the Old Testament
371 The Craft of Religious Studies

Two additional 300 or 400 level RELG courses