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Sample Degree Plan Courses

The following is a list of courses based on sample degree plan. Other requirements may be necessary to complete this degree.

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All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Major Requirements

JMC 2033 satisfies that computer literacy requirement. 

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

JMC Introduction to Mass Communication
3.0
JMC Writing for the Mass Media
3.0
JMC Introduction to Advertising
3.0
JMC Advertising Research
3.0
JMC Advertising Copy and Layout
3.0
JMC Advertising Media
3.0
JMC Advertising Campaigns
3.0
JMC Mass Communication Law
3.0
JMC Contemporary Problems in Advertising
3.0

Electives

(Recommended major JMC electives):3393 Advanced Copy writing3413 Introduction to Public Relations3800 Internship4303 International Advertising4803 History of Journal ism4970 Special Topics

9.0 Hrs. required.

JMC Advanced Copywriting
3.0
JMC Introduction to Public Relations
3.0
JMC Internship
3.0
JMC History of Journalism
3.0
JMC International Advertising
3.0
JMC Mass Communication Law
3.0

Major Support Requirements

The courses listed below must be completed in addition to those courses taken to fulfill the General Education and college requirements. 

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

MKT Principles of Marketing
3.0

Free Electives

Electives to bring total applicable hours to 130 including 48 upper-division hours. 

32.0 Hrs. required.

General Education

IN ADDITION TO THE SENIOR CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE, STUDENTS MUST TAKE AT LEAST ONE UPPER-DIVISION GENERAL EDUCATION APPROVED COURSE OUTSIDE THE STUDENT’S MAJOR.** OKLAHOMA STATE REGENT’S REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 6 HOURS IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING THREE AREAS: ENGLISH COMPOSITION, SCIENCE, US HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.NOTE: Many Colleges and Departments have additional requirements and/or specify particular general education courses. Students should consult with their college advisers in order to most effectively meet all general education requirements.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Symbolic and Oral Communications

Core Area I. Symbolic and Oral Communication (3–5 courses) *English Composition English 1113 and 1213 or EXPO 1213** *Foreign Language Two courses in the same language, which can be satisfied by successfully completing two years in the same foreign language in high school *Mathematics One course Other For example, communication, logic or public speaking Note: Courses in this area may not be used to meet the minimum hourly requirement for Core Area I, but may be used to meet the 40 hour total general education requirement.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

English Composition

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

ENGL Principles of English Composition
3.0

Foreign Language

Foreign Language (0-10 hours, 2 courses in the same language). May be met by successful completion of 2 years of the same foreign language in high school.(Additional foreign language requirement – see below.)

1 courses required.

ANTH Cheyenne I
3.0

Natural Sciences

 Core Area II. Natural Science Including at least two courses, which must be from different disciplines. At least one course must include a laboratory component, denoted by [L].** ** OKLAHOMA STATE REGENT’S REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 6 HOURS IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING THREE AREAS: ENGLISH COMPOSITION, SCIENCE, US HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.

7.0 Hrs. required.

Social Sciences

 Core Area III. Social Science Two courses, one of which is Political Science 1113** ** OKLAHOMA STATE REGENT’S REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 6 HOURS IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING THREE AREAS: ENGLISH COMPOSITION, SCIENCE, US HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

P SC American Fed. Gov't
3.0

Humanities

Core Area IV. Humanities Understanding Art Forms one course Western Civilization and Culture two courses, one of which is History 1483 or History 1493** Non-Western Culture one course

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Western Civilization and Culture

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Additional Electives

The second course cannot be HIST 1483 or HIST 1493 to fulfill this requirement.

1 courses required.

ANTH Mythology-folklore
3.0

Senior Capstone Experience

IN ADDITION TO THE SENIOR CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE, STUDENTS MUST TAKE AT LEAST ONE UPPER-DIVISION GENERAL EDUCATION APPROVED COURSE OUTSIDE THE STUDENT’S MAJOR. ** OKLAHOMA STATE REGENT’S REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 6 HOURS IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING THREE AREAS: ENGLISH COMPOSITION, SCIENCE, US HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE. NOTE: Many Colleges and Departments have additional requirements and/or specify particular general education courses. Students should consult with their college advisers in order to most effectively meet all general education requirements.

3.0 Hrs. required.

AFAM Senior Seminar in African and African-American Studies
3.0

Other

Courses in this category are not required, but may be used when additional credit hours are needed to bring the total hours completed to 40. Approved courses in this area include communication, logic and public speaking. Other General Education courses may also be used to reach the minimum 40 credit hours need to complete the General Education.

3.0 Hrs. required.

ANTH General Linguistics
3.0

Additional Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication Requirements

Computer Literacy Requirement — Students must demonstrate computer proficiency which includes the competent use of a variety of software and networking applications. This requirement may be satisfied by: 1. A high school computer science course that meets curricular requirement; or 2. Completion of a college-level course that requires competent use of computing; or 3. Completion of a university computer proficiency assessment test.

All courses must be taken and any degree course group requirements (if any) must be met.

Foreign Language

Foreign Language (0-3 hours). One course at the intermediate level or demonstrated competency at that level).

3.0 Hrs. required.

Western Civilization and Culture

Must be outside the major and in addition to University General Education Core IV.

6.0 Hrs. required.

ANTH Mythology-folklore
3.0
ANTH Cultures of Latin America
3.0
ARCH History Of Architecture I
3.0
ARCH History Of Architecture II
3.0
ARCH History Of The American Built Environment
3.0
A HI Survey of Aegean Art and Architecture
3.0
A HI Renaissance Art In Italy 1200-1600
3.0
A HI Baroque Art And Architecture In Europe:1600-1700
3.0
A HI Int Design To 1800
3.0
A HI Aegean
3.0
A HI Etruscan Art
3.0
A HI Medieval Art I: Early Christian To C. 1100
3.0
A HI Medieval Art II: Romanesque
3.0
A HI Medieval Art III: Gothic
3.0
A HI Early Ren Art-italy
3.0
A HI High Ren Art-italy
3.0
A HI Northern Renaissance Art
3.0
A HI The Italian City: Renaissance and Baroque Architecture
3.0
A HI South Baroque Art
3.0
A HI Art of the 18th Century: The Age of Enlightenment
3.0
A HI Nineteenth-Century Art
3.0
A HI American Art
3.0
A HI Readings in Twentieth Century Art
3.0
A HI Modern Art: Cezanne To 1950
3.0
A HI Art Since World War II
3.0
A HI Women in Contemporary Art
3.0
A HI Modern Sculpture
3.0
A HI The American West in Photography
3.0
A HI 20th Century Hispanic and Latin American Art History
3.0
A HI Pop Art
3.0
BOT Economic Botany
3.0
CAS Scientific Method
3.0
CL C Classical Mythology
3.0
CL C Survey Of Ancient Greek Culture
3.0
CL C Survey of Ancient Roman Culture
3.0
CL C Greek Literature in English Translation
3.0
CL C Latin Literature in English Translation
3.0
CL C Origins of Christianity: Jesus to Augustine
3.0
CL C Ancient Epic Poetry in English Translation
3.0
CL C Ancient Drama in English Translation
3.0
CL C Plato:platonic Trad (honors)
3.0
CL C Women In Antiquity
3.0
CL C Vision of Heaven & Hell
3.0
CL C Freedom in Greece
3.0
CL C Freedom in Rome
3.0
CL C Religions Of Rome
3.0
CL C Classic. Infl. Mod Lit
3.0
CL C Women In Ancient Greece
3.0
COMM Intercultural Communication
3.0
DANC Dance History: Early Roots
3.0
DANC Dance History: Three Centuries of Development
3.0
DRAM History Of The Theatre I
3.0
DRAM History Of The Theatre II
3.0
ENGL Introduction to World Literature
3.0
ENGL World Literature To 1700
3.0
ENGL World Literature, 1700 to Present
3.0
ENGL English Literature From 1375 To 1700
3.0
ENGL English Literature from 1700 to the Present
3.0
ENGL American Literature
3.0
ENGL American Literature
3.0
ENGL Criminals/rebels In Irish Lit.
3.0
ENGL Literacy & Rhetoric
3.0
ENGL Shakespeare Comedies
3.0
ENGL Shakespeare Tragedies
3.0
GEOG Human Geography
3.0
GEOG World Regional Geography
3.0
GEOG Political Geography
3.0
GEOG Historical Geography of the United States
3.0
GEOG Latin America Geography
3.0
HIST Europe, 1500 To 1815
3.0
HIST Europe Since 1815
3.0
HIST Western Civilization I
3.0
HIST Western Civilization II
3.0
HIST African-amer History To 1877
3.0
HIST African-american History Since 1877
3.0
HIST Colonial Hispanic American History, 1492-1810
3.0
HIST History of the Hispanic-American Nations, 1810 to Present
3.0
HIST Germany 1800-1923: The Long Nineteenth Century
3.0
HIST The History of Ancient Israel
3.0
HIST Hollywood/Jewish Experience
3.0
HIST American Indian: 1870-Present
3.0
HIST Rebirth of Israel
3.0
HSCI Technology and Society in World History
3.0
HSCI History of Science to the Age of Newton
3.0
HSCI History of Science Since the Seventeenth Century
3.0
I D History of Interior Design
3.0
IAS Governments Around the World
3.0
IAS International Activism
3.0
MLLL Soviet and Post-Soviet Cinema
3.0
MLLL Survey of Russian Literature to 1917 in Translation
3.0
MLLL Survey of Russian Literature from 1917 in Translation
3.0
MUSC Ancient Times To 1700
3.0
MUSC Late Baroque Through Romantic Period
3.0
MUSC Post-Romantic Period to the Present
3.0
PHIL Introduction to Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Introduction to Ethics
3.0
PHIL History of Ethics
3.0
PHIL Ethics and Business
3.0
PHIL History of Ancient Philosophy
3.0
PHIL History of Modern Philosophy
3.0
P SC Governments Around the World
3.0
RELS Introduction to Religious Studies
3.0
W S Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
3.0
A HI Art and Culture in Italy
3.0
CL C Hellas, the Civilization of Ancient Greece
3.0
ENGL Oklahoma Writers/Writing Oklahoma
3.0
ENGL Gender Culture Text
3.0
ENGL American Fiction
3.0
ENGL American
3.0
ENGL Medieval English Literature
3.0
ENGL Seventeenth-Century English Literature
3.0
ENGL British-American Enlightenment Literature
3.0
ENGL Arthurian Legend and Literature
3.0
ENGL Nineteenth-Century English Literature
3.0
ENGL Twentieth-Century English Literature
3.0
ENGL Introduction to American Studies
3.0
ENGL Science Fiction
3.0
ENGL Introduction to American Drama
3.0
ENGL European Modernism & Beyond
3.0
ENGL Modern Europ
3.0
ENGL Backgrounds of the Renaissance
3.0
ENGL Nineteenth-Century English Novel
3.0
ENGL
3.0
EXPO Myth and Hero
3.0
FVS Topics in National Cinemas
3.0
GEOG Indigenous Peoples and Resources
3.0
GEOL History of Geology
3.0
GERM Post-1945 German Literature and Culture in Modern Europe
3.0
HIST United States, 1492 To 1865
3.0
HIST U.S., 1865 to Present
3.0
HIST World Civilizations To 1600
3.0
HIST World Civilization 1600-present
3.0
HIST Greek and Roman Civilization
3.0
HIST Religion Archaeology Of The Near East, Egypt And Mediterranean
3.0
HIST The British Empire
3.0
HIST Survey of Russia
3.0
HIST History of Sparta
3.0
HIST Archaic Greece
3.0
HIST Classical Greece
3.0
HIST Alexander the Great
3.0
HIST Medieval Italy
3.0
HIST The Ancient Art of War
3.0
HIST Women In Early Modern Europe
3.0
HIST The American Colonies
3.0
HIST The United States: Revolution And New Nation To 1815
3.0
HIST The Crusades
3.0
HIST War in European History
3.0
HIST Medieval Women
3.0
HIST The Era of the Reformation
3.0
HIST The Great War, 1914-18
3.0
HIST Europe from the French Revolution to Napoleon
3.0
HIST Hist-great Plains
3.0
HIST Church State E-euro
3.0
HIST 20th Century Europe
3.0
HIST Transformation of Jews
3.0
HIST Intellectual History of Nineteenth-Century Europe
3.0
HIST Intellectual History of Twentieth-Century Europe
3.0
HIST Modern Spain
3.0
HIST European Women & Gender Relations
3.0
HIST Hitler and Nazi Germany
3.0
HIST History Of Ireland, Part II
3.0
HIST Antisemitism
3.0
HIST Tudor England
3.0
HIST Stuart England
3.0
HIST Eighteenth-Century England
3.0
HIST England Since 1832
3.0
HIST Legal And Constitutional History Of England I
3.0
HIST Legal And Constitutional History Of England Ii
3.0
HIST The American West
3.0
HIST America Through Western Film
3.0
HIST War, Prosperity and Depression
3.0
HIST The United States in the Cold War Era
3.0
HIST American Frontier To 1828
3.0
HIST The American Frontier Since 1828
3.0
HIST The Life Of The Mind In America: To 1815
3.0
HIST Amer Mind-1815-
3.0
HIST 20th C Urban West
3.0
HIST American Environmental History
3.0
HIST Socialism & Capitalism History
3.0
HIST World War II
3.0
HIST Central American/Caribbean
3.0
HIST The History of Early American Women
3.0
HIST The History of Modern American Women
3.0
HIST The Civil War
3.0
HIST Us Diplomatic Hist
3.0
HIST Women in the American West
3.0
HIST Conformity and Dissent in the 1950s and 1960s
3.0
HIST The Media And Social Change In 20th Century United States
3.0
HIST
3.0
HIST History of Mexico, 1800-Present
3.0
HIST History of Heaven and Hell in Judaism and Christianity
3.0
HIST E Europe Since 1938
3.0
HIST Jews & Nationality/E Europe
3.0
HIST Imperial Russia
3.0
HIST Twentieth-Century Russian History
3.0
HIST Nation Building In East Central Europe, 1790-1939
3.0
HIST History of the Great Witch-Hunt in Early Mod. Europe & America
3.0
HIST The Evolution of Martyrdom in the Judeo-Christian Civilization
3.0
HIST Jews and Other Germans
3.0
HIST Modern Italy
3.0
HIST Inquisitions
3.0
HIST The Renaissance
3.0
HIST Modern France
3.0
HIST The Enlightenment
3.0
HIST Violence-amer West
3.0
HIST Twentieth-century West
3.0
HIST The Vietnam War
3.0
HIST Intellectuals & Artists in Modern Latin America
3.0
HIST Populism in 20th-Century South America
3.0
HIST Latin America in the Age of the Cuban Revolution
3.0
HSCI Science, Nature and Society: Historical Perspectives
3.0
HSCI Science Pop Culture
3.0
HSCI Childhood Science
3.0
HSCI The Darwinian Revolution
3.0
HSCI Lives in Science: History of Science through Biography
3.0
HSCI Social and Ethical Issues in Science, Technology, Environment and Medicine
3.0
HSCI God and Nature in the Pre-scientific World
3.0
HSCI Biomedical Ethics
3.0
HSCI Modern Medicine - A Historical Introduction
3.0
HSCI Sci,tech & Politics
3.0
HSCI Science in a Religious World
3.0
HSCI Cold War Science
3.0
HSCI History of Ecology and Environmentalism
3.0
HSCI The History of Media
3.0
HSCI Science in the Ancient World
3.0
HSCI Science in Medieval Culture
3.0
HSCI The Scientific Revolution
3.0
HON Religion & State
3.0
HON
3.0
HON Writing Workshop
3.0
HON Film Noir
3.0
HIST World Civilizations To 1600
3.0
HIST World Civilization 1600-present
3.0
IAS Introduction to Latin American Studies
3.0
IAS International Law
3.0
IAS Global Security
3.0
IAS Globalization
3.0
IAS Politics of Developing Countries
3.0
IAS Global Econ Relations
3.0
IAS Intl Relatns E Asia
3.0
IAS Latin American International Relations
3.0
INTL Study Abroad
3.0
INTL Study Abroad
3.0
L S Law Legal Reasoning
3.0
LSTD A History of the United States
3.0
LSTD Humanities of Ancient Wrld
3.0
LSTD Humanities of Modern Wrld
3.0
LSTD Adv Topics In Ls
3.0
LTRS Amer Novel-soc Hist
3.0
LTRS Documentary Okla
3.0
LTRS Classical Italy and Umbria
3.0
LTRS The Examined Life I: Antiquity
3.0
LTRS Examined Life III: Enlightnmnt
3.0
MRS Medieval
3.0
MLLL Introduction to World Literature
3.0
MLLL Chinese Cinema
3.0
MLLL Mythology and Folklore
3.0
MLLL Russian Culture and Civilization
3.0
MLLL Dostoevsky and His Age
3.0
MLLL Russian Literature Through Film
3.0
MLLL Chekhov
3.0
MLLL Nabokov
3.0
MLLL Tolstoy: Writer, Thinker, Social Critic
3.0
MLLL The World of Dante
3.0
MLLL Introduction to Italian Literature and Culture
3.0
MLLL Western Visions of the East/12th-21st Century
3.0
MLLL The Petersburg Myth and Text/The City in Russian Culture
3.0
MLLL Arthurian Legend and Literature
3.0
MLLL German Culture and Thought
3.0
MLLL 20th-Century European Culture and Identity
3.0
MLLL The Rise Of Romanticism
3.0
MLLL German Cinema
3.0
MLLL European Modernism & Beyond
3.0
MLLL Early Literary Criticism
3.0
MLLL Luso-brazilian Civilization
3.0
MLLL Gender Cross-cultural Issues In Eastern European Womens Writing
3.0
MUHI Ancient Times-1700
3.0
MUHI Lt Baroque-romantic
3.0
MUHI Post-romant To Pres
3.0
PHIL Philosophy and Human Destiny, East and West
3.0
PHIL Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art
3.0
PHIL Philosophy and Literature
3.0
PHIL Philosophy And Film
3.0
PHIL Relig &
3.0
PHIL Environmental Ethics
3.0
PHIL American Philosophy
3.0
PHIL History of Analytic Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Ancient and Medieval Religious Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Modern Philosophy of Religion
3.0
PHIL Contemporary Issues in Philosophy of Religion
3.0
PHIL Self and Identity
3.0
PHIL Language, Communication, and Knowledge
3.0
PHIL Philosophy of Biology
3.0
PHIL Philosophical Issues in Physics and Cosmology
3.0
PHIL History of Social and Political Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Contemporary Social and Political Philosophy
3.0
PHIL Religion in Political Theory
3.0
PHIL Feminist Philosophy
3.0
P SC Religion and Politics in America
3.0
P SC American Political Development
3.0
P SC International Political Economy
3.0
P SC United States Diplomatic History
3.0
P SC Govt Of England
3.0
P SC Politics In Western Europe
3.0
P SC Democracies and Democratization: A Comparative Inquiry
3.0
P SC Government and Politics of Latin America
3.0
P SC The Politics of Russia
3.0
P SC From Plato to Machiavelli, the Classic Art of Politics
3.0
P SC The Idea of a Liberal Society
3.0
P SC American Foreign Policy from World War II to the Present
3.0
P SC Constitutional Interpretation
3.0
P SC Civil Rights & Civil Liberties
3.0
P SC
3.0
P SC Irish Modernists/Nationalism
3.0
P SC Issues-amer Politic
3.0
RELS Religion, Culture, and the Meaning of Life
3.0
RELS World Religions In America
3.0
SOC Social Problems
3.0
SOC Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
3.0
UNIV Italian Cultural Literacy
3.0
UNIV Renaissance Project
3.0
UNIV The 'reality' Of Reality Tv
3.0
UNIV SLEP-Museums-Contemporary
3.0
W S Women Creating Social Change
3.0
W S Red Dirt Women and Power
3.0
W S History of the Great Witch-Hunt in Early Mod. Europe and America
3.0
W S Sec Chg W S 3953
3.0
CL C
3.0
CL C
3.0
CL C
3.0
HIST
3.0
HIST
3.0
HIST
3.0
IAS
3.0
MLLL
3.0
MLLL
3.0
HSCI
3.0
P SC
3.0
P SC
3.0
HON
3.0
HON
3.0
PHIL
3.0
LTRS The Examined Life II: Middle Ages and Renaissance
3.0
LTRS Examined Life IV: Modern Acad
3.0
HIST
3.0
HIST Mythology in Ancient Greece and Rome
3.0
HIST The African-american Political Tradition
3.0
HIST Brazil, 1500-2000
3.0
HIST Latin American Left
3.0

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