2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
    Nov 14, 2019  
2018-2019 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Undeclared/Exploratory, B.S.


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Department Chairperson - Ms. Kristy Magee

The Undeclared/Exploratory curricula both begin with a broad core of instruction in the humanities, behavioral/social sciences, and natural sciences. The courses provide students with a well-rounded academic experience and provide them with flexibility when entering various programs.

The Associate of Science General Studies curriculum helps prepare students to fully matriculate into a degree-granting program. Students in General Studies may design a curriculum to focus on preparation for a particular occupation or to enter a specific associate degree program. Students are encouraged to declare a major by the end of the first year.

Students who are exploring bachelor degree programs at Mount Aloysius College may choose to begin in the Bachelor of Science Undeclared/Exploratory Studies curriculum. All students in Undeclared/Exploratory Studies will complete LA 105 within their first year of study. Students will schedule classes to meet the College’s Core requirements and meet regularly with their advisors as well as with Career Services. Students are encouraged to declare a major by the end of the first year and not later than their fourth semester of full-time college enrollment.

Core Course Requirements


Communication/Writing


Upper-Division Literature


  • EN 300/400 3 Credits

Art/English/Music/Theatre


  • AR, EN, MU, TH 3 Credits

History/Political Science


  • HS or PS 3 Credits

Science


  • ASTR or BL or CH or ENVS or GEOL or PHYS or SC 3 Credits

Math


  • CM 3 Credits

Information Communication Technologies


Religious Studies/Philosophy


  • RS 3 credits or PL 3 Credits

         and

  • RS 300/400 3 Credits

Social Science


  • CR, EC, GE, PY, SO, WS 6 Credits

Cultural Diversity


  • Cultural Diversity: 3 Credits

Integrated Discipline Capping


  • The Capstone Seminar that a student completes will be dependent on which program of study the student formally declares at the institution.

Total Credits in Core: 45 Credits


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