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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.

Political Science

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

Term One

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

MAT College Mathematics
3.0

Free Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Term Two

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

Political Science Related Field

Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, , ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, SOC, TCL,WSH, WST. See adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Free Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Natural Science-Quantitative (SQ)

SQ and SG: Natural Sciences (Combined Eight Semester Hours) The natural sciences help students appreciate the scope and limitations of science and its contributions to society. Natural science areas of study include anthropology, astronomy, biology, biochemistry, chemistry, experimental psychology, geology, microbiology, physical geography, physics and plant biology. Knowledge of methods of the scientific inquiry and mastery of basic scientific principles and concepts are stressed, specifically those that relate to matter and energy in living and nonliving systems. First-hand exposure to scientific phenomena in the laboratory is important in developing and understanding the concepts, principles and vocabulary of science. General Studies courses that satisfy the natural science requirement are given one of two classifications: quantitative (SQ) and general (SG). Natural Science—Quantitative (SQ) These laboratory courses include a substantial introduction to the fundamental behavior of matter and energy in physical and biological systems. Natural Science—General (SG) These laboratory courses cover aspects of scientific inquiry that lend themselves to more qualitative or descriptive discussions of science. Eight semester hours of courses designated SQ or SG must be selected. Of these, at least four semester hours must be taken from the SQ category.

4.0 Hrs. required.

AST Intro/Solar Systems Astronomy
3.0
AST Intro Stars, Galaxies & Cosmo
3.0
AST Astronomy Laboratory I
1.0
AST Astronomy Laboratory II
1.0
AST Intro/Planetary/Stellar Astrop
3.0
AST Intro/Galactic/Extra/Astrophys
3.0
BIO The Living World
4.0
BIO General Biology I
4.0
CHM Introductory Chemistry
4.0
CHM Chemistry and Society
3.0
CHM Chemistry and Society Lab
1.0
CHM General Chemistry I
4.0
CHM General Chemistry for Engrs
4.0
CHM General Chemistry II
4.0
CHM General Chemistry For Majors I
3.0
CHM Gen Chemistry For Majors II
3.0
CHM Elementary Organic Chemistry
3.0
CHM Elementary Organic Chem Lab
1.0
GLG Intro To Geology I
3.0
GLG Introduction to Geology I-Lab
1.0
GPH Intro to Physical Geography
4.0
GPH Introduction to Meteorology
3.0
GPH Intro to Meteorology Lab
1.0
MBB Princ Molecular&cellular Bio I
4.0
MSE Patterns in Nature
4.0
MSE Sensing The World
4.0
PHS Fundamentals Physical Science
4.0
PHS Patterns in Nature
4.0
PHY Introduction to Physics
4.0
PHY General Physics
3.0
PHY General Physics
3.0
PHY General Physics Laboratory
1.0
PHY General Physics Laboratory
1.0
PHY Univ Physics I: Mechanics
3.0
PHY University Physics Lab I
1.0
PHY Univ Physics II: Elctrc/Magnet
3.0
PHY University Physics Lab II
1.0
PHY Physics I
4.0
PHY Physics II
4.0
PHY Physics III
4.0
PLB Concepts in Plant Biology
4.0
PLB Biology Of Plants
3.0
PLB Biology Of Plants Laboratory
1.0
SES Earth/solar System/universe I
3.0

Term Three

Complete First-Year Composition requirement by the end of semester 3ï‚Ÿ Complete Math course requirement by end of term 3ï‚Ÿ Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, SOC, TCL, WSH, WST

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

POS Political Ideologies
3.0

Political Science Related Field

Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, , ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, SOC, TCL,WSH, WST. See adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Political Science Elective

Elective with POS prefix, see adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Humanities, Fine Arts & Design (HU) and Historical Awareness (H)

HU - https://webapp4.asu.edu/catalog/courselist?&t=2087&g=HUSB - https://webapp4.asu.edu/catalog/courselist?&t=2087&g=SBThe study of the humanities and the disciplines of art and design deepen awareness of the complexities of the human condition and its diverse histories and cultures. Courses in the humanities are devoted to the productions of human thought and imagination, particularly in philosophical, historical, religious, and artistic traditions. Courses with an emphasis in fine arts and design are devoted to the study of aesthetic experiences and the processes of artistic creation. They may also feature a design emphasis in which material culture is studied as a product of human thought and imagination. The social and behavioral sciences provide scientific methods of inquiry and empirical knowledge about human behavior, within society and individually. The forms of study may be cultural, economic, geographic, historical, linguistic, political, psychological or social. The courses in this area address the challenge of understanding the diverse natures of individuals and cultural groups who live together in a world of diminishing economic, linguistic, military, political and social distance. A total of 15 semester hours must be completed in the following two core areas: (1) humanities, fine arts, and design (HU) and (2) social and behavioral sciences (SB). Two conditions must be satisfied: (1) six semester hours must be taken in one of these two core areas and nine hours in the other core area; and (2) three of the 15 semester hours must be at the upper-division level.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Humanities, Fine Arts, and Design (HU)

HU: Humanities, Fine Arts, and Design and SB: Social and Behavioral Sciences (Combined 15 Semester Hours) The study of the humanities and the disciplines of art and design deepen awareness of the complexities of the human condition and its diverse histories and cultures. Courses in the humanities are devoted to the productions of human thought and imagination, particularly in philosophical, historical, religious, and artistic traditions. Courses with an emphasis in fine arts and design are devoted to the study of aesthetic experiences and the processes of artistic creation. They may also feature a design emphasis in which material culture is studied as a product of human thought and imagination. The social and behavioral sciences provide scientific methods of inquiry and empirical knowledge about human behavior, within society and individually. The forms of study may be cultural, economic, geographic, historical, linguistic, political, psychological or social. The courses in this area address the challenge of understanding the diverse natures of individuals and cultural groups who live together in a world of diminishing economic, linguistic, military, political and social distance.Variable Course Hours:ASB 353 3-4 ENG 365 3-4 APH 300 2-3

3.0 Hrs. required.

AFH Art Of Africa, Oceania & Americas
3.0

Historical Awareness (H)

Historical Awareness (H) The objective of the historical awareness (H) requirement is to help students develop knowledge of the past that can be useful in shaping the present and future. History is present in languages, art, music, literature, philosophy, religion, and the natural sciences, as well as in the social science traditionally called history.Variable Course Hours:APH 300, 2-3 hours

3.0 Hrs. required.

APH World Architect I/West Culture
2.0
AFH Art Of Africa, Oceania & Americas
3.0
AFH Precolonial Africa
3.0
AFR
3.0
AFS Intro/African/African Diaspora
3.0
AFS Imm & Ethnic Relatioions In Us
3.0
AFS Globalization&Carib Politics
3.0
AFS The Making of Modern Africa
3.0
AFS Peoples&Cultures of Caribbean
3.0
AFS African Amer History To 1865
3.0
AFS African Amer Hist Since 1865
3.0
AFS African Archaeology:Precolonia
3.0
AFS Black Political Thought/limits
3.0
AFS Peoples and Cultures of Africa
3.0
AIS Amer Indian Sovereignty/Courts
3.0
AIS Federal Indian Policy
3.0
ALA Intro to Environmental Design
3.0
APA Asian Pacific Americans & Film
3.0
APH Contemporary Architecture
3.0
APH History Of Architecture I
3.0
APH History Of Architecture II
3.0
APH
3.0
APH History of the City
3.0
ARS Art-Prehistory thru Middle Age
3.0
ARS Art from Renaissance/Present
3.0
ARS Art of Asia
3.0
ARS Art of Africa/Oceania/Americas
3.0
ARS Art/ Africa,oceania & Americas
3.0
ARS
3.0
ARS Pre-columbian Art I
3.0
ARS Native North American Art
3.0
ARS
3.0
ARS Greek Art
3.0
ARS Roman Art
3.0
ARS Romanesque Art
3.0
ARS
3.0
ARS Italian Baroque Art
3.0
ARS Art Of The 18th Century
3.0
ARS Art Of Spain And Its Colonies
3.0
ARS 19th-cent French Art & Culture
3.0
ARS Art Of The 20th Century I
3.0
ARS Art Of The 20th Century II
3.0
ARS Native American Art Of The Sw
3.0
ARS Art of the Arctic and NW Coast
3.0
ARS Mexican Art
3.0
ASB Imm & Ethnic Relations In Us
3.0
ASB Buried Cities and Lost Tribes
3.0
ASB Buried Civilizations/Americas
3.0
ASB Global History of Health
3.0
ASB Precolonial Africa
3.0
ASB Principles/social Anthropology
3.0
ASB Indians of the Southwest
3.0
ASB Human Impacts on Ancient Envir
3.0
ASB Archaeology of the Southwest
3.0
ASB Pre-Hispanic Civil/Mid America
3.0
ASB Archaeology of North America
3.0
ASB Pleistocene Archaeology
3.0
ASB Neolithic Revolution/consequen
3.0
ASB African Archaeology: Precoloni
3.0
BIO History of Biology: Conflicts
3.0
BIO History of Medicine
3.0
BIO Fire
3.0
CEE Earth Systems Engr & Mgmt
3.0
COM Rhetorical Theory and Research
3.0
CON Const/Culture: a Built Environ
3.0
DSC ASU Design Experience
3.0
ENG World Literature
3.0
ENG World Literature
3.0
ENG Survey of English Literature
3.0
ENG The Novel to Jane Austen
3.0
ENG History of Literary Criticism
3.0
FAS Work and the Workplace
3.0
FMS Film History
3.0
FMS Asian Pacific Americans & Film
3.0
GCU Cities Of The World I
3.0
GCU
3.0
GER German Civilization
3.0
GER German Civilization
3.0
GER German Lit Masterpieces: Film
3.0
GLG Intro Geology II
3.0
HON The Human Event
3.0
HON The Human Event
3.0
HON Human Event: Science Focus
3.0
HON Human Event: Social Science
3.0
HON Culture Soc England, Ire, Scot
3.0
HPS History of Science
3.0
HPS History of Science
3.0
HPS History Of Chinese Medicine
3.0
HPS History of Medicine
3.0
HPS Exploration and Science
3.0
HSM Health Care Organizations
3.0
HST Global History To 1500
3.0
HST Global History Since 1500
3.0
HST Western Civilization
3.0
HST Western Civilization
3.0
HST Western Civilization
3.0
HST Slavis Civilization
3.0
HST Asian Civilizations
3.0
HST Asian Civilizations
3.0
HST Introduction to Japan
3.0
HST United States To 1865
3.0
HST United States Since 1865
3.0
HST Historical Themes
3.0
HST Topic: Modern Korea
3.0
HST
3.0
HST Historical Theme Latin America
3.0
HST Topic: American Aviation History
3.0
HST American Social History
3.0
HST American Jewish History
3.0
HST Topic: U.S.: 1920s: American Modernity
3.0
HST Global History of Health
3.0
HST Topic: Energy Transitions and Sustainability
3.0
HST Topic: History of Religions in Japan
3.0
HST Topic: Rockers/Rebels/Romantics
3.0
HST Topic: Latin Amer Hst through Film,Lit,Doc,Text
3.0
HST Topic: American Political Conspiracy
3.0
HST Studies in African History
3.0
HST Exploration and Empire
3.0
HST Amer Cultural History To 1865
3.0
HST Am Cultural History Since 1865
3.0
HST Political History Of The U. S.
3.0
HST 20th-C U.S. Foreign Relations
3.0
HST
3.0
HST Us Urban Since 1850
3.0
HST Constitutional Hist/us To 1965
3.0
HST Constitution Hist/us Since1865
3.0
HST Immigration & Ethnicity In Us
3.0
HST Women In Us History 1600-1880
3.0
HST Women In Us History, 1880-1980
3.0
HST Women in 20th-Century US West
3.0
HST Women In Us History 1880-1980
3.0
HST Mexican American Hist To 1900
3.0
HST Mexican Amer Hist Since 1900
3.0
HST African American Hist To 1865
3.0
HST African Amer Hist Since 1865
3.0
HST Amer Indian History To 1900
3.0
HST Amer Indian History Since 1900
3.0
HST U.S. West 19th Century
3.0
HST US West 20th Century
3.0
HST American Southwest
3.0
HST Arizona
3.0
HST Ancient Greece I
3.0
HST Rome
3.0
HST Early Middle Ages
3.0
HST Later Middle Ages
3.0
HST Renaissance Europe
3.0
HST Europe's Reformations
3.0
HST Old Regime In Europe
3.0
HST Revolutionary Europe
3.0
HST Total War and Crisis-Modernity
3.0
HST Europe Since 1945
3.0
HST Jewish History from the Bible
3.0
HST Jewish Hist From 1492 To 1948
3.0
HST Witchcraft & Heresy in Europe
3.0
HST Sex&Society-Classical&Med Euro
3.0
HST Sex&Society-Early Mod Europe
3.0
HST Sex & Society in Mod Europe
3.0
HST England To 1689
3.0
HST Modern Britain
3.0
HST
3.0
HST Eastern Europe in Transition
3.0
HST Modern Middle East
3.0
HST Colonial Latin America
3.0
HST Modern Latin America
3.0
HST Women In Colonial Latin Amer Offered At:tempe Campus
3.0
HST Lat Amer Women/national Period
3.0
HST Cultural History of Latin America
3.0
HST China
3.0
HST China
3.0
HST History of Chinese Medicine
3.0
HST Interpreting China's Classics
3.0
HST Japan
3.0
HST Japan
3.0
HST Modern Southeast Asia
3.0
HST Colonial American Hist To 1763
3.0
HST American Revolution/1763-1789
3.0
HST Early U.S. Republic/1789-1850
3.0
HST Civil War & Reconstruction
3.0
HST Emergence Modern Us 1877-1918
3.0
HST Modern U.s., 1918 To1945
3.0
HST Postwar U.s., 1945 -1973
3.0
HST Contemporary U.S.,1973-Present
3.0
HST
3.0
HST Unequal Sisters
3.0
HST
3.0
HST The Tudor Monarchy
3.0
HST The Stuart Monarchy
3.0
HST The British Empire
3.0
HST French Revolut/Napoleonic Era
3.0
HST Modern Germany
3.0
HST East Euro/the Balkans-pre 1914
3.0
HST East Euro/ The Balkans-20 Cent
3.0
HST The Russian Empire
3.0
HST The Soviet Experiment
3.0
HST Spain Golden Age
3.0
HST Modern Spain
3.0
HST The United States & Latin Amer
3.0
HST 20th-Century Cuba
3.0
HST Colonial Mexico Offered At:tempe Campus
3.0
HST Modern Mexico
3.0
HST Chinese Cultural History I
3.0
HST Chinese Cultural History II
3.0
HST The People's Republic Of China
3.0
HST United States Japan Offered At:tempe Campus
3.0
HST The Vietnam War
3.0
IED History American Indian Educ
3.0
IED Yaqui History and Culture
3.0
IND 20th-century Design II
3.0
INT History Of Interior Design I
3.0
INT History Of Interior Design II
3.0
ITA Italian Lit Of The Renaissance
3.0
KOR Women of Korea
3.0
LPH History Landscape Architecture
3.0
MHL Evolution Of Jazz
3.0
MHL Topic: Issues in the Classical Period
3.0
MHL Topics in 19th-Century Music
3.0
MIS American Defense Policy I
3.0
MIS American Defense Policy II
3.0
MUS Topic: Classical Music in America
3.0
MUS American Music
3.0
MUS History of Women in Music
3.0
PHI History of Ancient Philosophy
3.0
PHI History of Modern Philosophy
3.0
POS History Political Philosophy I
3.0
POS History Of Political Phil II
3.0
PUP Intro To Environmental Design
3.0
PUP Cities in Cinema
3.0
PUP History of the City
3.0
REL Saints/Sins-Explore Sacred Bio
3.0
REL Introduction to Judaism
3.0
REL Western Religious Traditions
3.0
REL Hebrew Bible
3.0
REL Intro To Rabbinic Judaism
3.0
REL American Religious Traditions
3.0
REL Religion in America
3.0
REL Daoism
3.0
REL Japanese Cities/cultures-1800
3.0
REL Islamic Civilization
3.0
REL Islam in the Modern World
3.0
REL Formation/Christian Tradition
3.0
REL Witchcraft & Heresy in Europe
3.0
REL Religion in Russia
3.0
REL Judaism in Modern Times
3.0
REL
3.0
REL Religion In Japan
3.0
REL Religion In The Middle Ages
3.0
REL Reformation/mod Christianity
3.0
RUS Foundations Russian Literature
3.0
RUS Survey Of Russian Culture
3.0
SGS Global History Since 1500
3.0
SGS Modern Southeast Asia
3.0
SOC Work and the Workplace
3.0
SOC Social Change
3.0
SOC Aging and the Life Course
3.0
SPA Spanish American Civilization
3.0
TCL Transborder Immigration & Econ
3.0
TCL Mexican Amer Hist Since 1900
3.0
THE History Of The Theatre I
3.0
THE History Of The Theatre II
3.0
THE Theatre History and Culture
3.0
FMS
3.0
FMS
3.0
IND
3.0
WST History/Amer Feminist Thought
3.0
ASM Fossil Hominids
4.0

Free Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Term Four

Complete all critical courses by the end of semester 4ï‚Ÿ Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, SOC, TCL,WSH, WST

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

Upper Division Political Science Related Field

Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, SOC, TCL,WSH, WST. See adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Political Science Elective

Elective with POS prefix, see adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Political Science Related Field

Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, , ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, SOC, TCL,WSH, WST. See adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Natural Science – Quantitative or General (SQ/SG)

4.0 Hrs. required.

Natural Science-General (SG)

SQ and SG: Natural Sciences (Combined Eight Semester Hours)

The natural sciences help students appreciate the scope and limitations of science and its contributions to society. Natural science areas of study include anthropology, astronomy, biology, biochemistry, chemistry, experimental psychology, geology, microbiology, physical geography, physics and plant biology. Knowledge of methods of the scientific inquiry and mastery of basic scientific principles and concepts are stressed, specifically those that relate to matter and energy in living and nonliving systems. First-hand exposure to scientific phenomena in the laboratory is important in developing and understanding the concepts, principles and vocabulary of science.

General Studies courses that satisfy the natural science requirement are given one of two classifications: quantitative (SQ) and general (SG).

  1. Natural Science—Quantitative (SQ)

    These laboratory courses include a substantial introduction to the fundamental behavior of matter and energy in physical and biological systems.

  2. Natural Science—General (SG)

    These laboratory courses cover aspects of scientific inquiry that lend themselves to more qualitative or descriptive discussions of science.

Eight semester hours of courses designated SQ or SG must be selected. Of these, at least four semester hours must be taken from the SQ category.

4.0 Hrs. required.

ASB
4.0

Humanities, Fine Arts, and Design (HU)

HU: Humanities, Fine Arts, and Design and SB: Social and Behavioral Sciences (Combined 15 Semester Hours) The study of the humanities and the disciplines of art and design deepen awareness of the complexities of the human condition and its diverse histories and cultures. Courses in the humanities are devoted to the productions of human thought and imagination, particularly in philosophical, historical, religious, and artistic traditions. Courses with an emphasis in fine arts and design are devoted to the study of aesthetic experiences and the processes of artistic creation. They may also feature a design emphasis in which material culture is studied as a product of human thought and imagination. The social and behavioral sciences provide scientific methods of inquiry and empirical knowledge about human behavior, within society and individually. The forms of study may be cultural, economic, geographic, historical, linguistic, political, psychological or social. The courses in this area address the challenge of understanding the diverse natures of individuals and cultural groups who live together in a world of diminishing economic, linguistic, military, political and social distance.Variable Course Hours:ASB 353 3-4 ENG 365 3-4 APH 300 2-3

3.0 Hrs. required.

AFH Art Of Africa, Oceania & Americas
3.0

Term Five

Choose related field course from courses with following prefixes: AES, AFH, AFR, AFS, AIS, APA, ASB, ASM, COM, ECN, FAS, GCU, GPH, HST,HIS, JUS, MIS, PGS, PHI, PSY, REL, SGS, , SOC, TCL , WSH, WSTï‚Ÿ CLAS Science&Society Courses available at: http://clas.asu.edu/scienceandsociety

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

POS Empirical Political Inquiry
3.0

Upper Division Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Upper Division Polticial Science Elective

Upper division POS course, see adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Upper Division CLAS Science and Society

You must take at least 6 credit hours. At least one course must be upper division (300-499). Only ONE course may be used to meet the major requirements or major related fields; otherwise, courses taken to fulfill this requirement cannot be used to fulfill other requirements in the major, related fields in the major, or the University General Studies -- except the literacy and critical inquiry (L) and the awareness areas (C, G, H). Students must receive a grade of “C” or above in both courses. The combined courses must fulfill all learning goals (1, 2,&3) of the requirement. To qualify the course must be taken under the same course title as listed on this checklist. Note that omnibus courses numbered 194, 294, 394, 494 and certain other special topic courses such as ENG 469, HST 201, JUS 200, POS 426, WST 498 change titles and not all titles have been approved; these titles are usually taught by a single faculty person, thus we have included their names to make identification of these courses easier. If an instructor is specified you must take the course with that instructor to earn credit, whether the course is an omnibus course or not. If no instructor is specified than any ASU instructor qualifies. A description of the learning goals is at the bottom of this page. Upper-Division CoursesUpper-division courses, numbered from 300 to 499, are designed primarily for juniors and seniors. Prerequisites and other restrictions should be noted before registration. Courses at the 400 level apply to graduate degree requirements for some graduate programs when approved by the Graduate College.Courses with variable hours.AFS 394 1-4 units ASB 394 1-4 units

3.0 Hrs. required.

AFS Topic: The Black Child in America
1.0

Science and Society

BIO 3941-4 units

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

BIO Topic: Bioethics in Film: Human Guinea Pigs
1.0

Literacy and Critical Inquiry (L)

http://catalog.asu.edu/ug_gsrL: Literacy and Critical Inquiry (Six Semester Hours) Literacy is competence in written and oral discourse. Critical inquiry is the gathering, interpretation, and evaluation of evidence. The literacy and critical inquiry requirement helps students sustain and extend their ability to reason critically and communicate clearly through language. Students must complete six semester hours from courses designated as L, at least three semester hours of which must be chosen from approved upper-division courses, preferably in their major. Students must have completed ENG 101, 105, or 107 to take an L course.Variable Course hours:ACC 493 1-6 unitsADE 493 1-6 unitsAFH 493 1-6 unitsAFR 493 1-6 unitsALD 493 1-6 unitsAME 493 1-6 unitsANP 493 1-6 unitsAPA 493 1-6 unitsAPH 493 1-6 unitsARB 493 1-6 unitsARE 493 1-6 unitsARS 493 1-6 unitsART 493 1-6 unitsASB 493 1-6 unitsASM 493 1-6 unitsAST 493 1-6 unitsBCH 493 1-6 unitsBIO 493 1-6 unitsBME 493 1-6 unitsCDE 493 1-6 unitsCED 493 1-6 units CEE 493 1-6 unitsCHE 493 1-6 unitsCHI 493 1-6 unitsCHM 452 1-2 unitsCHM 493 1-6 unitsCIS 493 1-6 unitsCLS 493 1-6 units COM 493 1-6 unitsCON 493 1-6 units CPI 493 1-6 unitsCSE 493 1-6 unitsDAH 493 1-6 unitsDCE 493 1-6 unitsDSC 493 1-6 unitsECN 493 1-6 unitsEDP 493 1-6 unitsENG 493 1-6 unitsFAS 493 1-6 unitsFIN 493 1-6 unitsFMP 493 1-6 unitsFIN 493 1-6 unitsFMP 493 1-6 unitsFMS 493 1-6 unitsFRE 493 1-6 unitsFSE 493 1-6 unitsGCU 493 1-6 unitsGER 493 1-6 unitsGLB 493 1-6 unitsGLG 493 1-6 unitsGPH 493 1-6 units GRA 493 1-6 unitsGRK 493 1-6 unitsHON 493 1-6 unitsHPS 493 1-6 unitsHST 493 1-6 unitsHST 498 1-7 unitsHUD 493 1-6 units IED 493 1-6 units IEE 493 1-6 unitsIND 493 1-6 unitsINT 493 1-6 units ITA 493 1-6 unitsJPN 493 1-6 unitsJUS 493 1-6 unitsKIN 493 1-6 unitsKOR 493 1-6 unitsLAT 493 1-6 unitsLDE 493 1-6 unitsLES 493 1-6 unitsLIA 493 1-6 unitsMAE 493 1-6 unitsMAT 493 1-6 unitsMBB 493 1-6 unitsMGT 493 1-6 unitsMHL 493 1-6 units MIC 493 1-6 unitsMIS 493 1-6 unitsMKT 493 1-6 unitsMSE 493 1-6 unitsMTC 493 1-6 unitsMTE 493 1-6 unitsMUE 493 1-6 unitsMUP 493 1-6 unitsMUS 493 1-6 unitsPHI 493 1-6 unitsPHS 493 1-6 unitsPHY 493 1-6 unitsPLA 493 1-6 unitsPLB 493 1-6 unitsPLC 493 1-6 unitsPOR 493 1-6 unitsPOS 493 1-6 unitsPOS 498 1-7 unitsPSY 493 1-6 unitsPUP 493 1-6 unitsQBA 493 1-6 unitsREL 493 1-6 units RUS 493 1-6 unitsSCM 493 1-6 unitsSGS 493 1-6 unitsSHS 493 1-6 unitsSLC 493 1-6 unitsSLV 493 1-6 unitsSOC 493 1-6 unitsSOS 493 1-6 unitsSPA 493 1-6 unitsSPF 493 1-6 unitsSTP 493 1-6 unitsTCL 493 1-6 unitsTHE 493 1-6 unitsTHP 493 1-6 unitsWPC 493 1-6 unitsWST 493 1-6 unitsWST 498 1-7 units

3.0 Hrs. required.

ACC Honors Thesis
1.0
ADE
1.0
AES Air Force Leadership Studies I
3.0

Term Six

CLAS Science&Society Courses available at: http://clas.asu.edu/scienceandsociety

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

POS Internship
3.0
POS Political Statistics
3.0

Upper division Poltiical Science Elective

recommend POS 435: Women&Politics or POS 439: Minority Group Politics in America

3.0 Hrs. required.

Free Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Upper Division CLAS Science and Society

You must take at least 6 credit hours. At least one course must be upper division (300-499). Only ONE course may be used to meet the major requirements or major related fields; otherwise, courses taken to fulfill this requirement cannot be used to fulfill other requirements in the major, related fields in the major, or the University General Studies -- except the literacy and critical inquiry (L) and the awareness areas (C, G, H). Students must receive a grade of “C” or above in both courses. The combined courses must fulfill all learning goals (1, 2,&3) of the requirement. To qualify the course must be taken under the same course title as listed on this checklist. Note that omnibus courses numbered 194, 294, 394, 494 and certain other special topic courses such as ENG 469, HST 201, JUS 200, POS 426, WST 498 change titles and not all titles have been approved; these titles are usually taught by a single faculty person, thus we have included their names to make identification of these courses easier. If an instructor is specified you must take the course with that instructor to earn credit, whether the course is an omnibus course or not. If no instructor is specified than any ASU instructor qualifies. A description of the learning goals is at the bottom of this page. Upper-Division CoursesUpper-division courses, numbered from 300 to 499, are designed primarily for juniors and seniors. Prerequisites and other restrictions should be noted before registration. Courses at the 400 level apply to graduate degree requirements for some graduate programs when approved by the Graduate College.Courses with variable hours.AFS 394 1-4 units ASB 394 1-4 units

3.0 Hrs. required.

AFS Topic: The Black Child in America
1.0

Science and Society

BIO 3941-4 units

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

BIO Topic: Bioethics in Film: Human Guinea Pigs
1.0

Term Seven

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

Upper division Political Science Elective

POS 498 recommended. See adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Free Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Upper

6.0 Hrs. required.

Cultural Diversity in the US (C)

Cultural Diversity in the United States (C) (may be combined with other general studies requirements.)https://webapp4.asu.edu/catalog/courselist?&t=2087&g=C The objective of the cultural diversity (C) requirement is to promote awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity within the contemporary United States. The objective is accomplished through the study of the cultural, social, or scientific contributions of women and minority groups, examination of their experiences in the United States, or exploration of successful or unsuccessful interactions between and among cultural groups. Awareness of cultural diversity and its multiple sources can illuminate the collective past, present and future and also help students to achieve greater mutual understanding and respect.

3.0 Hrs. required.

AFH American Ethnic Literature
3.0

Term Eight

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

Upper division Political Science Elective

Upper division POS Elective. See adviser for details.

3.0 Hrs. required.

Upper Division Elective

3.0 Hrs. required.

Free Elective

6.0 Hrs. required.

Upper Division Literacy and Critical Inquiry (L)

http://catalog.asu.edu/ug_gsrL: Literacy and Critical Inquiry (Six Semester Hours) Literacy is competence in written and oral discourse. Critical inquiry is the gathering, interpretation, and evaluation of evidence. The literacy and critical inquiry requirement helps students sustain and extend their ability to reason critically and communicate clearly through language. Students must complete six semester hours from courses designated as L, at least three semester hours of which must be chosen from approved upper-division courses, preferably in their major. Students must have completed ENG 101, 105, or 107 to take an L course.Variable Course hours:ACC 493 1-6 unitsADE 493 1-6 unitsAFH 493 1-6 unitsAFR 493 1-6 unitsALD 493 1-6 unitsAME 493 1-6 unitsANP 493 1-6 unitsAPA 493 1-6 unitsAPH 493 1-6 unitsARB 493 1-6 unitsARE 493 1-6 unitsARS 493 1-6 unitsART 493 1-6 unitsASB 493 1-6 unitsASM 493 1-6 unitsAST 493 1-6 unitsBCH 493 1-6 unitsBIO 493 1-6 unitsBME 493 1-6 unitsCDE 493 1-6 unitsCED 493 1-6 units CEE 493 1-6 unitsCHE 493 1-6 unitsCHI 493 1-6 unitsCHM 452 1-2 unitsCHM 493 1-6 unitsCIS 493 1-6 unitsCLS 493 1-6 units COM 493 1-6 unitsCON 493 1-6 units CPI 493 1-6 unitsCSE 493 1-6 unitsDAH 493 1-6 unitsDCE 493 1-6 unitsDSC 493 1-6 unitsECN 493 1-6 unitsEDP 493 1-6 unitsENG 493 1-6 unitsFAS 493 1-6 unitsFIN 493 1-6 unitsFMP 493 1-6 unitsFIN 493 1-6 unitsFMP 493 1-6 unitsFMS 493 1-6 unitsFRE 493 1-6 unitsFSE 493 1-6 unitsGCU 493 1-6 unitsGER 493 1-6 unitsGLB 493 1-6 unitsGLG 493 1-6 unitsGPH 493 1-6 units GRA 493 1-6 unitsGRK 493 1-6 unitsHON 493 1-6 unitsHPS 493 1-6 unitsHST 493 1-6 unitsHST 498 1-7 unitsHUD 493 1-6 units IED 493 1-6 units IEE 493 1-6 unitsIND 493 1-6 unitsINT 493 1-6 units ITA 493 1-6 unitsJPN 493 1-6 unitsJUS 493 1-6 unitsKIN 493 1-6 unitsKOR 493 1-6 unitsLAT 493 1-6 unitsLDE 493 1-6 unitsLES 493 1-6 unitsLIA 493 1-6 unitsMAE 493 1-6 unitsMAT 493 1-6 unitsMBB 493 1-6 unitsMGT 493 1-6 unitsMHL 493 1-6 units MIC 493 1-6 unitsMIS 493 1-6 unitsMKT 493 1-6 unitsMSE 493 1-6 unitsMTC 493 1-6 unitsMTE 493 1-6 unitsMUE 493 1-6 unitsMUP 493 1-6 unitsMUS 493 1-6 unitsPHI 493 1-6 unitsPHS 493 1-6 unitsPHY 493 1-6 unitsPLA 493 1-6 unitsPLB 493 1-6 unitsPLC 493 1-6 unitsPOR 493 1-6 unitsPOS 493 1-6 unitsPOS 498 1-7 unitsPSY 493 1-6 unitsPUP 493 1-6 unitsQBA 493 1-6 unitsREL 493 1-6 units RUS 493 1-6 unitsSCM 493 1-6 unitsSGS 493 1-6 unitsSHS 493 1-6 unitsSLC 493 1-6 unitsSLV 493 1-6 unitsSOC 493 1-6 unitsSOS 493 1-6 unitsSPA 493 1-6 unitsSPF 493 1-6 unitsSTP 493 1-6 unitsTCL 493 1-6 unitsTHE 493 1-6 unitsTHP 493 1-6 unitsWPC 493 1-6 unitsWST 493 1-6 unitsWST 498 1-7 units

3.0 Hrs. required.

ACC Honors Thesis
1.0
ADE
1.0
AES Air Force Leadership Studies I
3.0

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