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2014-15-Undergraduate-Catalog

2014-15-Undergraduate-Catalog

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College of Arts & Sciences • 168Collateral Recommendations:MATH 207 Introduction to Statistics 3MCOM 150 Principles of Public Speaking 3Many of the electives listed above can be combined with other courses to develop a specialized field withinenvironmental studies. While optional, an additional 15-20 credits and an internship are highly recommended.See the program coordinator for recommended courses.Specialized Fields:Environmental Assessment and AnalysisEnvironmental EducationEnvironmental PolicyVegetation Ecology and ManagementFreshwater Ecology and ManagementSelf-Designed FieldEnvironmental Studies1st year - FallES 101 Introduction to Environmental Studies 3BIO 121 General Biology I (Domain 4) 4ENG 101 Composition (Domain 1) 3Foreign Language (Arts & Sciences requirement) 3FYS 101 Going Global: First-Year Seminar (Domain 7) 3Total 161st year – SpringBIO 122 General Biology II (Domain 4) 4ENG 102 Introduction to Literature (Domain 2) 3Foreign Language (Arts & Sciences requirement) 3MCOM 150 Principles of Public Speaking (Domain 1) 3orThe Individual in Society Gen Ed (Domain 6) 3ES 290 Environmental Issues Seminar 2orElective 3Total 15-162nd year – FallBIO 321 Ecology 4GEO 202 Human GeographyForeign Language (Arts & Sciences requirement) 3MATH 207 Introduction to Statistics (Domain 3) 3Elective 3Total 16

College of Arts & Sciences • 1692nd year – SpringES 290 Environmental Issues Seminar 2orES Elective 3GEOL 201 Physical Geology 4orES Elective 3Gen Ed Domain 7 3Elective for minor 3Elective for minor 3Total 14-163rd year – FallES 390 Environmental Research Seminar 2-3orES Elective 3-4ES Elective 3-4Elective for minor 3CHEM 105 Chemistry and Society 4orCHEM 121 General Chemistry I 4Elective for second major or minor 3-4Total 15-183rd year – SpringES 319 Environmental Policy 3orES 419 Community and Regional Studies 4Gen Ed Elective 3ES Elective 3-4orGEOL 201 Physical Geology 4Moral Reasoning Gen Ed (Domain 5) 3ES Elective 3-4Total 15-184th year – FallES 390 Environmental Research Seminar 2orES Elective 3-4Gen Ed Elective 3Elective for minor 3-4Elective for minor 3-4Total 12-154th year – SpringES 319 Environmental Policy 3orES 419 Community and Regional Studies 4Elective for minor 3-4Elective for minor 3-4Elective for minor 3-4Elective for minor 3-4Total 15-18

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    MissionShenandoah University educat

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    Non-Collegiate-Sponsored Instructio

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    Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    Bachelor of Music in Performance .

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    Shenandoah Conservatory. . . . . .

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    Commission on Accreditation in Phys

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    ADMISSIONSAdmissions • 16Students

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    Admissions • 18academic credentia

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    Admissions • 20Readmission of For

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    Admissions • 22The following rang

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    Admissions • 24Visiting students,

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    Admissions • 26Admission in Good

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    Human Geography 3 GEO elective 3Hum

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    Academic Policies • 40Program Goa

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    Academic Policies • 42The Nature

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    RequirementsDomainCredits1) Effecti

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    ES 101 Introduction to Environmenta

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    SPAN 301 Spanish Conversation 3SPAN

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    Academic Policies • 50Grading Sca

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    Academic Policies • 54Graduation

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    Academic Policies • 66III. Terms

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    Academic Policies • 74the alleged

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    Academic Policies • 76ii. Investi

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    VII. Education of University Commun

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    Academic Policies • 80Sexual Misc

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    Tuition and Fees • 84Applied Musi

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    Tuition and Fees • 86Tuition Pror

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    FINANCIAL AIDShenandoah University

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    Financial Aid • 90Academic Schola

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    Financial Aid • 92After a student

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    MILITARY BENEFITSMilitary Benefits

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    Retention of Student Records • 96

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    STUDENT LIFE POLICIESStudent Code o

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    Student Life Policies • 102Bullyi

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    Student Life Policies • 104Non-co

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    College of Arts & Sciences • 220U

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    College of Arts & Sciences • 222B

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    Bachelor of Science in University S

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    College of Arts & Sciences • 226P

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    Women’s Studies (Minor)Amy Sarch,

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Requirements for the Healthcare Man

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Schedule of Course OfferingsStudent

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    Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Busine

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 256Eval

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 258Part

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    Bachelor of Arts in DanceTing-Yu Ch

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    4th year - SpringDA 444 Senior Conc

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    Bachelor of Fine Arts in DanceTing-

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 2684th

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 272Bach

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    Open Elective(s) 3Total 15.54th yea

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    Bachelor of Music in Church MusicJ.

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 288Cour

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    *Minimum grade of “C” required.

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    4th year - FallMUPR 401 Music Produ

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    Bachelor of Music in Jazz StudiesRo

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 304MUEN

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    Bachelor of Music in PerformanceVoc

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 312MU**

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 320MULT

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    Bachelor of Music in Collaborative

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 326Cour

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    4th year - FallMUCO 361 Beginning C

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    The Certificate in Church MusicJ. T

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    Shenandoah Conservatory • 334Mino

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Registered Nurse (RN) to BSN Online

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    Required Nursing CoursesCourse Titl

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursi

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    Center for International Programs

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    Professional Development and Commun

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    Goals• Engagement in Public Servi

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    Course Descriptions • 366COURSE D

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    Applied Major StudyCourse Descripti

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    Applied Class Piano (APCP)Course De

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    Course Descriptions • 372BIO 121

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    Course Descriptions • 374BIO 365

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    Course Descriptions • 376BA 212 P

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    Course Descriptions • 382CHEM 122

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    CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CJ)Course Descrip

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    Course Descriptions • 386DA 122 B

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    Course Descriptions • 388DA 292 P

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    Course Descriptions • 390DA 363 J

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    DANCE: LIFETIME FITNESS (DAPE)Cours

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    ECONOMICS (EC)Course Descriptions

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    Course Descriptions • 396EDU 346

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    Course Descriptions • 398ENG 347

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    ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)C

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    Course Descriptions • 402ES 395 T

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    FRENCH (FR)Course Descriptions •

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    HEALTH PROFESSIONS (HP)Course Descr

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    Course Descriptions • 408HIST 381

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    ITALIAN (IT)Course Descriptions •

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    Course Descriptions • 412KNS 306

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    Course Descriptions • 414MCOM 320

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    Course Descriptions • 416MCOM 461

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    Course Descriptions • 418MATH 310

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    Course Descriptions • 420MUCO 499

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    Course Descriptions • 422MUED 421

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    Course Descriptions • 424MUEN 354

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    MULT 407 Organ Literature IThis cou

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    Course Descriptions • 428MUPP 264

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    Course Descriptions • 446PHYS 201

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    Course Descriptions • 448PSCI 351

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    Course Descriptions • 450PSY 360

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    READING EDUCATION (RDG)Course Descr

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    Course Descriptions • 454REL 332

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    Course Descriptions • 456RC 404 R

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    SOCIOLOGY (SOC)Course Descriptions

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    Course Descriptions • 460SPAN 202

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    SPORT MANAGEMENT (SM)Course Descrip

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    Course Descriptions • 464TH 113 B

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    BOARD OF TRUSTEESOfficersAndrew U.

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    Administration • 474Amy Sarch, Di

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    Faculty • 476William Douglas Ende

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    Faculty • 478Wendy T. Dorsey (201

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    Faculty • 486SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

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    Faculty • 488Barbara McGonagill (

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    Faculty • 490DIVISION OF PHYSICAL

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    Faculty • 492ELEANOR WADE CUSTER

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    Faculty • 494Sheryl F. Crim (2006

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    Faculty • 496BERNARD J. DUNN SCHO

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    Faculty • 498Christina Naumann-Mr

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    Faculty • 500FACULTY EMERITIFranc

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    2014-15 Academic Calendar • 50220

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