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Accounting

Both ACC 303 and ACC 311

Students transferring in one or both of these courses complete the Stage 2 requirement by taking two Stage 3 courses in the major. See your advisor for details.

Biology

Students will receive a writing grade on completion of BIO 120, 130, 220, and 230. After completing all four courses a cumulative grade will be assessed, and students will be informed if they have earned credit for the Intermediate Writing requirement. Transfer students entering as sophomores will be judged on their writing in BIO 220 and 230. Students who do not earn credit for Intermediate Writing at this time will be required to complete additional writing assignments in every upper-level course until the department is satisfied that they have met the required standard.

Biochemistry

Evaluation of lab reports written in BIO 220 and 230 will meet this requirement for the Biochemistry Major. Biochemistry majors will keep a portfolio of writing done for these courses and submit it to the Writing Committee for the Biochemistry Major in the Department of Physical Sciences. This Committee will evaluate these reports in terms of the quality of scientific writing contained in them. If a student does not pass, papers must be revised until the Committee is satisfied that the student has met the standard.

Business Administration

Both BUS 201 and BUS 225

Students transferring in one or both of these courses complete the Stage 2 requirement by taking two Stage 3 courses in the major. See your advisor for details.

Business Information Systems

Both BUS 201 and BUS 225

Students transferring in one or both of these courses complete the Stage 2 requirement by taking two Stage 3 courses in the major. See your advisor for details.

Communication

COM 300

Computer Science

Two of the following: CSC 340, CSC 270, CSC 231

Economics

Two of the following: ECO 302, ECO 305, ECO 322, ECO 325, ECO 330

Education

Met through the student's other major

English

ENG 203, 204, OR 205

Environmental Earth Science

Both EES 130 and EES 224

Finance

Both BUS 201 and BUS 225. Students transferring in one or both of these courses complete the Stage 2 requirement by taking two Stage 3 courses in the major. See your advisor for details.

General Studies (BGS)

One of the following: ENG 241, ENG 300

Students in the BGS major may also take any other designated writing-intensive course as long as they have met the prerequisites determined by the department offering the course.

Health Sciences

HSC/ANT 302 OR HSC 400

History or History/Social Science

HIS 200

Individualized Major

Students in the individualized major may take any designated writing-intensive course as long as they have met the prerequisites determined by the department offering the course.

Labor Relations and Human Resource Management (LRHRM)

ECO 330

Liberal Studies

  • Natural Sciences concentration: LSM 250
  • Social Sciences concentration: HIS 200 or PSC 201
  • English concentration: ENG 203
  • Math concentration: MAT 315

Mathematics

MAT 315

Music (Performing Arts)

MUS 302, MUS 303, OR MUS 345

New Media Studies

ENG 206

Philosophy

PHI 210

Physical Education

HPE 361

Political Science

PSC 201

Psychology

PSY 247

Sociology

SOC 350

Social Work

All three of the following: SWK 311, SWK 325, SWK 330

Spanish

SPA 312 OR 313

Sport and Leisure Management

SLM 330

Theatre (Performing Arts)

THE 270

Visual Arts

ART 233 OR ART 345

Women's/Gender Studies

WST 351