Note: this document is offered by the Fine Arts Department for reference. Students wishing to complete this major should work with an advisor in the Psychology Department. Please visit the university webpage for more information.

DEGREE AUDIT - Studio Arts
Shawnee State University

THIS DEGREE AUDIT IS INTENDED FOR ADVISING PURPOSES ONLY.
IT IS NOT AN OFFICIAL RECORD, NOR A CONTRACT WITH SHAWNEE STATE UNIVERSITY.


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BA Pre-Art Therapy ATHY
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PSYCHOLOGY CORE
(24 credit hours)

    PSYC2120 - Quantitative Mthds in Psychology
    PSYC2121 - Experimental Psychology
    PSYC2130 - Child and Adolescent Psychology
    PSYC3110 - Psychological Tests and Measures
    PSYC3141 - Personality
    PSYC3160 - Abnormal Psychology
    PSYC4160 - Behavior Problems in Children
    PSYC4161 - Counseling Psychology



DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 
(3 credit hours)

    PSYC3130 - Psychology of the Adult
    PSYC3131 - Death and Dying
    PSYC3140 - Social Psychology
    PSYC3142 - Gender Psychology
    PSYC3143 - Psychology of Women
    PSYC3144 - Juvenile Delinquency
    PSYC3145 - Positive Psychology
    PSYC3170 - History of Psychology
    PSYC4140 - Psychology of Work



LEARNING AND COGNITION
(3 Hours)

    PSYC3111 - Learning and Memory
    PSYC4111 - Cognitive Psychology



BIOPSYCHOLOGY
(6 Hours)

    PSYC3150 - Neurobiology of Behavior
    PSYC3151 - Sensation and Perception
    PSYC3152 - Cognitive Neuroscience
    PSYC4150 - Physiology of Behavior
    PSYC4151 - Evolutionary Psychology



PSYCHOLOGY CAPSTONE
(3 Hours)

    PSYC4185 - Psychological Internship



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Art Courses
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ART CORE
Required = all courses

    ARTH2211 - Art History Survey 1
    ARTS1101 - Two-Dimensional Foundations
    ARTS1103 - Three-Dimensional Foundations
    ARTS1104 - Creative Process
    ARTS2211 - Drawing 1
    ARTS2212 - Drawing 2
    ARTS2221 - Life Drawing 1
    ARTS2222 - Life Drawing 2
    ARTS2311 - Painting 1
    ARTS2312 - Painting 2
    ARTS2411 - Ceramics 1
    ARTS2412 - Ceramics 2



ART STUDIO ELECTIVES
(6 credit hours)

    ARTS3211 - Drawing 3
    ARTS3212 - Drawing 4
    ARTS3221 - Life Drawing 3
    ARTS3222 - Life Drawing 4
    ARTS3311 - Painting 3
    ARTS3312 - Painting 4
    ARTS3411 - Ceramics 3
    ARTS3412 - Ceramics 4



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GEP
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FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
Required = 1 course
(Not required for incoming students with 30 or more transfer credits.)

    UNIV1100 - First Year Experience
    HONR1101 - Introduction to Honors


ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Required = 2 courses

    TAKE ONE:
    ENGL1101 - Discourse & Comp (A)
    ENGL1102 - Discourse & Comp (B)
    ENGL1103 - Comp for ESL Students 1
    ENGL1201 - Discourse & Comp (Co-Requisite)

    AND TAKE:
    ENGL1105 - Comp and Argumentation


QUANTATATIVE REASONING
Required = 1 course

    ETCO1120 - Intro to STEM Computer Prog.(CX)
    MATH1000 - Reasoning Using Math
    MATH1000A- Reasoning Using Math Plus
    MATH1100 - Mathematics Core Course
    MATH1170 - Applied Finite Mathematics
    MATH1200 - College Algebra
    MATH1200A- College Algebra Plus
    MATH1250 - Trigonometry
    MATH1900 - Brief Calculus with Applications
    MATH2110 - Calculus 1
    PHIL1105 - Introduction to Logic
    STAT1150 - Principles of Statistics
    STAT1150A- Principles of Statistics Plus
    STAT1800 - Business Statistics
    STAT1800A- Business Statistics Plus
    STAT2500 - Statistics 1


HUMAN BEHAVIOR
Required = 1 course

    ANTH2250 - Principles of Cultural Anthropology
    ANTH2350 - Biological Anthropology
    ANTH2530 - World Prehistory and Archaeology
    ECON2201 - Principles of Microeconomics
    ECON2202 - Principles of Macroeconomics
    PSYC1101 - Introduction to Psychology
    SOCI1101 - Introduction to Sociology
    SOSC1110 - Foundations of Social Science


FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS
Required = 1 course

    ARTH1101 - Introduction to Art
    ENGL2275 - American Film History
    ENGL2277 - Cinematics of Human Migration
    MUSI1111 - Music Theory 1
    MUSI1201 - Music Appreciation
    MUSI2211 - Music History: Opera to Pop
    THAR1000 - Introduction to Theater


LITERATURE
Required = 1 course

    ENGL2200 - Introduction to Literature (W)
    ENGL2211 - Survey of English Literature 1 (W)
    ENGL2212 - Survey of English Literature 2 (W)
    ENGL2247 - World Literature (W)
    ENGL2251 - Survey of American Literature 1 (W)
    ENGL2252 - Survey of American Literature 2 (W)


NATURAL SCIENCES
Required = 2 courses
(At least one course MUST have a lab component.)

    BIOL1120 - Concepts in Biology
    BIOL1130 - Prin. of Anatomy/Physiology 1
    BIOL1131 - Prin. of Anatomy/Physiology 2
    BIOL1151 - General Biology 1
    BIOL1152 - General Biology 2
    BIOL2253 - Practical Horticulture
    BIOL3750 - Microbiology
    CHEM1121 - Principles of Chemistry
    CHEM1141 - General Chemistry 1
    CHEM1142 - General Chemistry 2
    GEOL1201 - Physical Geol/Human Environ.
    GEOL1202 - Historical Geology
    GEOL1350 - Planet Earth
    GEOL1401 - Climate Change
    NTSC1110 - Scientific Reasoning
    NTSC1501 - Environment and Society
    PHYS2201 - Physics 1 (Mechanics & Energy)
    PHYS2202 - Physics 2 (Energy/Elec/Magnet)
    PHYS2210 - Introductory Astronomy
    PHYS2211 - Calculus-Based Physics 1
    PHYS2212 - Calculus-Based Physics 2
    PSCI2251 - Physical Science by Inquiry 1


ETHICAL INSIGHT/REASON
Required = 1 course

    PHIL2320 - Ethics in Public & Private Life (W)
    PHIL3332 - Biomedical Ethics
    HIST3474 - Peace and Justice
    HIST3432 - Gandhi and Modern India (W)
    SOCI2485 - Community Formations


ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Required = 1 course
(The ARTH course in this section can also be used to satisfy an ART Core requirement.)

    ARTH2212 - Art History Survey 2
    BUMG2900 - Prof. Comm./Dev. Skills (W)
    COMM1103 - Public Speaking/Hum. Comm.
    COMM2335 - Interpersonal Communication
    EDUC1115 - Intro to Teaching Profession (W)
    FREN1111 - Elementary French 1
    FREN1112 - Elementary French 2
    GRMN1111 - Elementary German 1
    GRMN1112 - Elementary German 2
    NTSC2900 - Sci. Documentation and Comm.
    POLS4420 - Intl. Relat. Model UN & Arab League
    SPAN1111 - Elementary Spanish 1
    SPAN1112 - Elementary Spanish 2
    THAR2212 - Acting 2


ENGAGED CITIZENRY
Required = 1 course
(The ARTH course in this section can also be used to satisfy an ART Core requirement.)

    ARTH3454 - North American Art
    ECON1103 - Foundations of Political Economy
    EDUC2245 - Understanding Cultural Diversity (W)
    HIST1340 - American History since 1865
    HUMA2226 - Studies Amer. Cultural Hist. & Lit. (W)
    PHIL3360 - Political Philosophy
    POLS1110 - National Government
    POLS1310 - Intro to Political Theory
    HIST3350 - Asian American History


GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
Required = 1 course
(The ARTH course in this section can also be used to satisfy an ART Core requirement.)

    ARTH3456 - Twentieth Century Art
    ENGL3334 - Comparative Queer Theory & Lit (W)
    ENGL3348 - Comp. Feminist Lit. & Theory (W)
    GEOG1125 - World Geography
    GEOG2201 - Cultural Geography
    HIST2440 - World History II
    HIST2540 - Introduction to the Middle East
    HIST3400 - History of Hinduism
    HIST3410 - East Asian History
    HIST3414 - Asia: History and Culture
    HIST3420 - Islamic Crusades in India
    HIST3500 - History of Southern Africa (W)
    HIST3550 - Islam: Religion, Politics, Society
    HUMA2227 - Global Transnational Cultures (W)
    POLS1210 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
    POLS1410 - Introduction to International Relations
    POLS3410 - International Political Economy (W)
    RELI3300 - Judaism, Christianity, & Islam


HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
Required = 1 course
(The ARTH course in this section can also be used to satisfy an ART Core requirement.)

    ARTH3366 - Non-Western Arts Survey
    ENGL2205 - Intro to Women’s Studies
    HIST1330 - American History to 1865
    HIST2102 - Medieval/Renais Europe 476-1517
    HIST2103 - Revolutionary Europe 1517-1921
    HIST2223 - Ancient History of the Near East
    HIST2430 - World History I
    HIST3140 - Europe & Modern World System
    HIST3300 - Christianity in Early America (W)
    HIST3430 - Ancient Indian Culture/Society
    HIST3510 - History of Islam: 7th-15th Century (W)
    HIST3520 - Hist. Crusades: Crescent & Cross (W)
    HUMA2225 - Fndl. Texts in W. Cultural History (W)
    PHIL2200 - Intro to Philosophy
    PHIL2284 - Asian Philosophy (W)
    RELI2230 - History of Christian Thought



Note: Two Writing Intensive courses are required. Marked with (W).


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Overall 4-yr Requirement
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Shawnee State policy requires that students pursuing a bachelors degree are
required to complete:

* minimum number of overall hours: 120 semester hours
* minimum number of hours taken at Shawnee State: 30 semester hours
* minimum overall GPA: 2.0


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