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Radford University Undergraduate Catalog, 2011-2012

Radford University Undergraduate Catalog, 2011-2012

Radford University Undergraduate Catalog,

20112012 Undergraduate Catalog

  • Page 2 and 3: Radford University Undergraduate Ca
  • Page 4 and 5: Finance 303 Foreign Languages 305 F
  • Page 6 and 7: Degrees UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE OF BU
  • Page 8 and 9: General Information Radford Univers
  • Page 10 and 11: The Campus The university’s 191-a
  • Page 12 and 13: programs. These programs are offere
  • Page 14 and 15: must submit an off-campus student c
  • Page 16 and 17: Computer Science (HL) 4-7 ITEC 110,
  • Page 18 and 19: DUAL-ENROLLMENT CREDIT Students may
  • Page 20 and 21: Second Bachelor’s Degree Student
  • Page 22 and 23: The form is available in the Office
  • Page 24 and 25: weeks or actual usage, as applicabl
  • Page 26 and 27: Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15.
  • Page 28 and 29: are enrolled on at least a half-tim
  • Page 30 and 31: Nursing Student Loan This need-base
  • Page 32 and 33: Movie Night on Muse Lawn 30
  • Page 34 and 35: Sports Clubs Sports Clubs highlight
  • Page 36 and 37: the transition from college to empl
  • Page 38 and 39: Social, cultural and educational ac
  • Page 40 and 41: The Terrace Shops Food Court locate
  • Page 42 and 43: html Anyone needing help using the
  • Page 44 and 45: engagement and how their active and
  • Page 46 and 47: Participating students are eligible
  • Page 48 and 49: INST 489N. Study Abroad Practicum w
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    A = 4 points B = 3 points C = 2 poi

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    All courses completed and the grade

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    • received no “Incomplete” gr

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    Procedures: Students called to acti

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    Part-time students who withdraw fro

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    for the purpose of determining the

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    CLASS LOAD Fall and Spring Semester

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    COMPLETING A DEGREE Degree Requirem

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    Licensure for Teaching Students int

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    Academic Programs Radford Universit

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    Media Studies Advertising Journalis

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    prefix to fulfill requirements in U

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    BIOL 105. Biology for Health Scienc

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    CVPA 266. Travel Study in Visual an

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    OFF-CAMPUS COURSES AND DEGREE PROGR

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    Honors Academy Dr. Joe King, Direct

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    College of Business and Economics F

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    *STAT 200. Introduction to Statisti

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    FINANCE MAJOR Core Curriculum Requi

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    ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS Enrollment

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    Core Curriculum Requirements 43-45

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    specified in his or her selected pr

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    academic record; applicants for the

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    in the elementary education (PreK-6

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    GEOS 480. Seminar. (when topic rela

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    Fitness Martial Arts Instructor Opt

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    HEALTH EDUCATION AND HEALTH PROMOTI

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    ESHE 350. Sport and Exercise Psycho

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    B.S. Degree Requirement 6 BIOL 322.

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    B.A. OR B.S. DEGREE RECREATION, PAR

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    e selected from at least two of the

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    *Secondary social studies majors mu

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    HUMD 300. Human Growth and Developm

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    in the general curriculum and those

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    M.S. in Education - Kristan Morriso

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    a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of

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    GRADUATE PROGRAM The department off

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    • Organize thoughts to communicat

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    Additional expenses for field trips

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    SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Dr. Elise Ful

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    University nor the School of Social

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    Required Courses 6 NUTR 214. Introd

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    settings and institutions where cli

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    Students entering the program may b

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    WOMEN’S STUDIES Moira P. Baker, D

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    SOCY 443. Deviance. 3 SOCY 444. Juv

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    A prospective student who meets the

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    ENGL 428 concurrently with student

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    CLSS 220, HIST 308, HIST 309, HIST

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    HIST 495. Senior Seminar (to be tak

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    department. At least 50 percent of

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    B.A. OR B.S. DEGREE PHILOSOPHY AND

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    And One of the following two course

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    POLITICAL SCIENCE MINOR (18 semeste

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    to teach history, political science

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    critically about social processes,

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    have the opportunity to develop spe

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    Required Courses COMS 225. Introduc

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    Total required hours for the concen

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    University to complete the requirem

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    consequences, organizational impact

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    MOLECULAR BIOLOGY CONCENTRATION Stu

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    Note: A maximum of six credit hours

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    iology courses 200-level or higher,

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    B.S. REQUIREMENTS B.S. (Non Teachin

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    CHEMISTRY MINOR (20 semester hours)

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    CONCENTRATIONS COMPUTER SCIENCE CON

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    equirements. All students in the In

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    Introduction to Programming. 3 An u

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    B.S. Requirements 6 To satisfy the

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    GEOS 130. Physical Geography. 4 GEO

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    BIOL: 103, 104, 131, and any class

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    Electives Students should consult w

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    Geology Concentration, students mus

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    the earth and space science concent

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    Required courses 19 PHYS 111:112. G

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    ACADEMIC ADVISING Academic Advising

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    ART 205. Drawing. 3 Any Three-Dimen

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    B.S. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS B.F.A. DEG

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    Graphic Design Courses 22 ART 280.

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    and aesthetic manner. This concentr

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    essential factor in the success of

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    OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS Th

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    Jury examinations for Levels 3 and

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    • All: MUSC 100, 127, 212, 215, 3

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    Choose 7 hours from: MUSC 131, 145,

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    department prepares students for ca

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    Exceptions will be granted only if

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    Requirements 11 THEA 260. Theatre P

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    HIST History 316 HLTH Health Educat

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    evolution and prehistory (including

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    current theories in the Anthropolog

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    ART 101. 2-Dimensional Art Foundati

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    ART 311. Digital Photography for th

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    ART 437. Technology, Art, and Visio

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    ARTH 413. Baroque and Rococo Art. (

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    of 150 hours of clinical experience

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    scientific investigation and proces

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    the exception of the clinically-ori

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    BIOL 432. The Eukaryotic Cell. (3)

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    of a faculty mentor. This course re

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    CHEM 441/PHYS 441. Electronics for

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    CLSS 220. Latin Literature in Trans

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    COMS 226. Digital Imaging. (3) Four

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    COMS 347. Video Editing and Effects

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    COMS 439. Communication and Leaders

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    COMS 493. Corporate and Industrial

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    COSD 422/512. Audiologic Rehabilita

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    CRJU 238. Corrections. (3) Three ho

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    CRJU 484. Internship in Criminal Ju

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    DNCE 320. Choreographic Studies I.

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    not receive credit for both DSNF 22

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    404. Apparel Production. (3) Six ho

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    advertiser needs are also examined.

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    ECON 309. Comparative Economic Syst

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    ECON 495. Current Topics in Economi

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    EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS EDEF 320. I

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    ways to make reading and writing mo

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    Provides clinical experience in a s

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    EDSP 460. Current Problems in Speci

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    are provided with concrete experien

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    ENGL 202. Readings in British Liter

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    ENGL 409. Advanced Fiction Writing.

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    epresentative of the mountain cultu

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    ESHE 110, 111, 115, 116, 117, 120,

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    ESHE 343. Lifeguard Training Instru

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    for individuals with a variety of n

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    FINC 431. Retirement and Estate Pla

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    has been approved for Core Curricul

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    FREN 320. Topics in French Cinema.

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    GEOL 440. Structural Geology. (4) T

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    GEOS 125. Introduction to Geospatia

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    public lands systems. It covers his

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    GRMN 460. Special Topics. (3-4) Thr

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    HIST 320. The Vietnam War (A, C). (

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    and Positive Thinking, the Social G

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    HEALTH EDUCATION HLTH 111. Personal

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    HLTH 475. Health Behavior Change. (

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    augment a student’s knowledge of

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    outlining courses to be taken and a

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    ITEC 301. Information Technology Ma

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    on resource management. Students wh

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    ad-hoc query and reporting tools. S

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    MATH 125. Finite Mathematics for Bu

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    for MATH 200 may not subsequently e

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    an understanding of the fundamental

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    esponsibility, public affairs, comp

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    an international environment. The c

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    first three years of military scien

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    MIDI recordings, navigating the rec

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    MUSC 305. Music with the Disabled.

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    methods and materials necessary for

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    MUSC 445. Guitar Pedagogy. (3) Thre

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    MUSC 499. Undergraduate Thesis. (2)

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    NURS 449. Leadership in Professiona

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    NUTR 314. Community and Cultural Nu

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    an examination of the work of such

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    credit hours may be applied toward

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    are presented at an intermediate le

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    POSC 330. State and Local Governmen

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    POSC 485. Internships in Political

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    PSYC 317. Child Psychology. (SS Cor

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    PSYC 429. Maturity and Aging. (3) T

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    techniques in play situations. Effe

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    RCPT 363. Special Events. (3) Three

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    whom student works. Honors project

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    addresses, and popular literature,

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    skills necessary for full participa

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    SOCY 475. Ecology, Economy, and Cul

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    SOWK 317. Generalist Issues and Pra

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    SPAN 202. Spanish IV Intermediate S

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    not satisfy requirements for major

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    THEA 297. Voice and Movement. (3) F

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    THEA 475. Theatre Problems. (3) Thr

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    Board and Administration BOARD MEMB

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    Srinivas, Sumati, Associate Profess

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    Miller, Susan M., Instructor of Exe

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    Roberts,* Ann Mary, Assistant Profe

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    Onega,* Lisa L., Professor of Nursi

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    Samson,* Donald C., Professor of En

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    Caughron*, J. Jay, Assistant Profes

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    Turner,* Matthew, Assistant Profess

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    Uppuluri, Premchand, Associate Prof

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    Feng,* Zheng-Liang, Professor of Ar

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    Hyde, William E., Archivist and App

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    Dyer, Henry H., Professor Emeritus

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    Kugler, R. Charles, Professor Emeri

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    Scott, Frank A., Professor Emeritus

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    Index Academic Advisors............

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    Banking Facilities.................

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    Practical Experiences..............

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