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Stage 3 Requirements, University Writing Program

Accounting

ACC 411, Contemporary Issues in Accounting

Biology

BIO 466, Senior Seminar in Biology

Biochemistry

CHE 425, Chemical Instrumentation w/Lab

Business Administration

BUS 301, Business Ethics or BUS 365, Business Report Writing w/Microcomputer Apps

Business Information Systems (BIS)

BIS 377, organizational Website and Database Management or BIS 461, Seminar on IS and Business Strategy

Communication

COM 350, Communication Writing

Computer Science

CSC 450, Senior Seminar in Computer Science

Economics

ECO 479, Senior Seminar in Economics

English

ENG 461/462, Senior Seminar in English or ENG 499, Directed Research (permission of department chair required).

Environmental Earth Science (EES)

One of the following:
EES 336, Hydrogeochemistry or EES 342, Advanced GIS or EES 402, Energy Issues in Geosys. or EES 436, Contaminant Hydrogeology or EES 440, Process Geomorphology or EEC 405, Sustainable Energy Analysis

Finance

BUS 301, Business Ethics

General Studies (BGS)

ENG 300, Business and Technical Writing or LAP 430, Liberal Arts Capstone Colloquium or EES 320 (this course is geared toward students with an environmental emphasis)

Students in the BGS major may also take any other designated Stage 3 writing-intensive course as long as they have met the prerequisites determined by the department offering the course.

Health Sciences

HPE/HSC 438

History

HIS 400, Seminar in American History or HIS 406, Seminar in European History or HIS 407, Seminar in World History

History & Social Science

HIS 400, Seminar in American History or HIS 406, Seminar in European History or HIS 407, Seminar in World History

Individualized Major

Students in the individualized major may take any designated Stage 3 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 329

Liberal Studies

For the Natural Sciences: English and Math concentrations: LSM 400
For the Social Sciences concentration: ONE of the following: HIS 400, 406, 407, 420, or PSC 460

Mathematics

MAT 420, Real Analysis I

Music

MUS 490, Senior Projects

New Media Studies

ART 233, ART 402, COM 350, CSC 450, or ENG 499

Philosophy

PHI 460

Physical Education

HPE 411, Sport in American Society

Political Science

PSC 460, Seminar in Political Science

Psychology

PSY 327, Research Methods II

Sociology

SOC 400, Senior Seminar

Social Work

SWK 475, Social Work Senior Seminar

Spanish

MCL 324, Literature by Women Authors of Latin American or SPA 320, Spanish Literature I or SPA 321, Spanish Literature II

Sport and Leisure Management

HPE 411, Sport in American Society

Theatre

THE 364, Performance in America

Visual Arts

ART 340, Modern Art or ART 402, Issues in Contemporary Art

Women's and Gender Studies

ENG/WST 481