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Liberal Arts and Sciences Major - Option 1
The 60-credit major will include at least 16 credits in three of the following five areas: humanities, social sciences, formal communication studies, natural sciences/mathematics and visual and performing arts, with at least 28 credits at or above the 300 level.

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Total Credits Required for Degree 124

Liberal Studies 30-40
Health Promotion Requirements 2

Major 60
Upper Level Courses Suitable for Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences 
All langauge courses at the 300 level and above are acceptable. Substitutions can be made with the approval of the director. Lower-level courses (100-200) must be chosen from the approved list of liberal studies courses. Students must satisfy all prerequisites for courses. 
Foundations of Humanities 
Communication and Performance Studies 
Engineering Technology 
English 
EN 412 Chaucer (3-4 cr.)
EN 420 Shakespeare (3-4 cr.)
EN 422 Milton (3-4 cr.)
EN 490 Seminar (3-4 cr.)
Health, Physical Education and Recreation 
History 
Modern Languages and Literatures 
Philosophy 
Political Science and Public Administration 

Foundations of Natural Sciences/Mathematics 
Biology 
Chemistry 
Geography 
Physics 
PH 330 Optics (4 cr.)
Psychology 

Foundations of Social Sciences 
Economics 
English 
Geography 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation  
History 
Political Science and Public Administration 
Psychology 
Sociology and Social Work  

Formal Communications Studies 
Communication and Performance Studies 
English 
Modern Languages and Literatures  
All 300 and 400 Modern Language and Literature courses, except those listed in other areas.  
Psychology 

Foundations of Visual and Performing Arts 
Art and Design 
Students may enroll in any 300 or 400 course, but they must consult with the department head before enrolling. 
Communication and Performance Studies 
TH 432 Audition (1 cr.)
Health, Physical Education and Recreation 
Music 
Students may enroll in any 300 or 400 theory or performance course, but they must consult with the department head before enrolling