2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    Apr 23, 2018  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Elective Choices



Most degrees and certificate programs of study include “electives” in the list of General Education requirements. An elective is any course numbered 100 or higher. Check the course descriptions for any prerequisites. Some programs may require an elective from specified areas. Please consult specific degree program requirements for those elective choices.

Communication Electives

Includes any Communication (COM) course numbered 100 or higher.

English Electives

Includes any English (ENG) course numbered 100 or higher.

Humanities Electives

Includes any course numbered 100 or higher (or specifically designated) in the following areas:

ART Art ART 101 , ART 105 , ART 100  
ASL American Sign Language ASL 101 , ASL 102  
CHN Chinese Any CHN
ENG English ENG 180 , ENG 195 , ENG 350 , ENG 351 , ENG 340 , ENG 341 , ENG 250 , ENG 260 , ENG 265  
FRN French Any FRN
GRM German Any GRM
HST History HST 105 , HST 106  
HUM Humanities HUM 101 , HUM 102  
MUS Music MUS 101 , MUS 105 , MUS 106 , MUS 201  
PHL Philosophy PHL 101 , PHL 105 , REL 100 , REL 102 , REL 101  
SPN Spanish Any SPN
THR Theater THR 101  
WLE World Language Elective Offered through the Foreign Language Institute - see Course Descriptions  

Mathematics Electives

Include any Mathematics (MTH) course numbered 100 or higher.

Science Electives

Include any course numbered 100 or higher in the following areas:

BCS Biological Clinical Science
BIO Biology
CHM Chemistry
EGR Engineering
PHY Physics

Social/Behavioral Science Electives

Includes any course numbered 100 or higher in the following areas:

AGR Agriculture AGR 100  
ANT Anthropology  
ECO Economics  
GRY Geography  
HST History  
PLS Political Science  
PSY Psychology Please check specific degree to see if PSY 100  qualifies as an elective
SOC Sociology  

Note: As required by Missouri law, all degree programs must include instruction in both the U.S. and the Missouri State Constitution. This can be satisfied by either PLS 101  or HST 120 .