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  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

English Language and Literature, Pre-Law Concentration, B.A.


University College Core Curriculum: 38-40 Credits


Transitional Studies - University Studies: 2 Credits


UNIV 101-102 required for all first time students; UNIV 110 required for transfer students with fewer than 30 transfer credits. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived. UNIV 111 may be required based on academic performance.

• UNIV 101 - Freshman Seminar I and

• UNIV 102 - Freshman Seminar II

or

• UNIV 110 - University Studies 

or

• UNIV 111 - University Studies for Student Success

 

 

Transitional Studies - Life Skills: 2 Credits


Select two credits from the following:

• ENTR 100 - Entrepreneurial Thinking 

• FINC 100 - Financial Literacy

• GEOG 110 - Environmental Literacy

• HEED 112 - Health and Wellness

• PEDU 101 - Swimming (Coed)

• PEDU 107 - Weight Training

• PEDU 112 - Golf

• PEDU 120 - Tennis and Badminton

• PEDU 122 - Volleyball

• PEDU 130 - Basketball

• PEDU 132 - Bowling

• PEDU 140 - Conditioning Exercise

Communication Skills - Written Communication: 3 Credits


  • ENGL 110 - English Composition I 

Communication Skills - Oral Communication: 3 Credits


Select one from the following:

• BADM 215 - Business Communications

• SPEE 200 - Introduction to Speech

Information Literacy: 3 Credits


• ENGL 120 - English Composition II

Reasoning Skills - Critical Thinking: 3 Credits


Not required for students with 60+ transfer credits. Students do not earn credit it requirement is waived.

Select one from the following:

• PHIL 110 - Critical Thinking

• PHIL 220 - Introduction to Logic

Reasoning Skills - Quantitative Reasoning: 3-4 Credits


MATH 121 may be required based on profile scores. Some core courses require a one-hour lab.

Select one from the following:

• MATH 123 - College Algebra

• MATH 126 - Quantitative Reasoning

• MATH 129 - Precalculus Mathematics I

• MATH 130 - Precalculus Mathematics II

• MATH 131 - Algebra and Trigonometry

• MATH 140 - Applied Calculus

• POLI 240 - Introduction to Political Statistics

• STAT 202 - Basic Probability and Statistics

Scientific Literacy - Natural Sciences: 7-8 Credits


At least one natural science class must include its associated lab. Some majors require two lab sciences, increasing requirement to 8 credits.

• ASTR 101 - Introduction to Astronomy I: The Solar System

• ASTR 101L - Introduction to Astronomy Lab I: Rocket Science

• ASTR 102 - Introduction to Astronomy II: Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology

• ASTR 102L - Introduction to Astronomy Lab II: Our Place in Space

• ASTR 213 - Life in the Universe

• ASTR 214 - Special Topics in Astronomy: A Cosmic Perspective on the Sustainability of Human Civilization

• BIOL 110 - General Biology I

• BIOL 130 - General Biology II

• BIOL 150 - Principles of Biology I

• BIOL 150L - Principles of Biology I Lab

• BIOL 160 - Principles of Biology II

• BIOL 160L - Principles of Biology II Lab

• CHEM 101 - Introduction to Chemical Principles

• CHEM 102 - Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry

• CHEM 105 - Introduction to Chemical Principles Lecture

• CHEM 105L - Introduction to Chemical Principles Laboratory

• CHEM 106 - Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry Lecture

• CHEM 106L - Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory

• CHEM 141 - General Chemistry I Lecture 

• CHEM 142 - General Chemistry I Laboratory

• CHEM 161 - General Chemistry II Lecture

• CHEM 162 - General Chemistry II Laboratory

• GEOG 200 - Weather and Climate 

• NSCI 110 - Comprehensive Physical Science

• NSCI 111 - Comprehensive Physical Science Lecture

• NSCI 111L - Comprehensive Physical Science Laboratory

• NSCI 120 - Modern Biology

• PHYS 111 - General Physics I

• PHYS 112 - General Physics II

• PHYS 115 - General Physics I

• PHYS 116 - General Physics II

• PHYS 121 - College Physics I

• PHYS 122 - College Physics II

• PHYS 125 - College Physics I 

• PHYS 125L - College Physics I Laboratory

• PHYS 126 - College Physics II

• PHYS 126L - College Physics II Laboratory 

Scientific Literacy - Social Sciences: 3 Credits


Select one from the following:

• CRJC 210 - Introduction to Criminology

• ECON 211 - Principles of Macroeconomics

• ECON 212 - Principles of Microeconomics

• GEOG 210 - Principles of Geography

• HIST 212 - The United States since 1865

• POLI 200 - Introduction to Political Science

• POLI 210 - Principles of American Government

• POLI 220 - Principles of Public Administration

• PSYC 210 - General Psychology

• SOCI 210 - Principles of Sociology

Humanities and Creative Arts: 3 Credits


Select one from the following:

• ART 210 - Survey of Art

• COMM 220 - Film & Video Appreciation

• ENGL 220 - African-American Literature I

• ENGL 223 - African-American Literature II

• ENGL 240 - Introduction to Literature

• ENGL 250 - Women in Literature

• ENGL 253 - Images of Women 

• HIST 210 - African-American History

• HUMN 211 - Humanities: Music, Art, and Ideas I

• HUMN 212 - Humanities: Music, Art, and Ideas II

• MUSI 210 - Music Appreciation

• MUSI 225 - A History of Jazz in American Culture 

• MUSI 260 - African-American Music

• PHIL 210 - Introduction to Philosophy 

• RELI 215 - Introduction to the Bible

• THEA 203 - Introduction to Theatre

Global Literacy: 3 Credits


Not required for students with 30+ transfer credits from a foreign institution. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived.

Select one from the following:

• ANTH 210 - Introduction to Anthropology

• ART 150 - Manga and Sequential Art in World Culture

• ART 215 - Survey of Global Art

• BADM 210 - Introduction to Global Literacy

• CHIN 110 - Elementary Chinese I

• CHIN 120 - Elementary Chinese II

• ENGL 211 - World Literature I

• ENGL 212 - World Literature II

• FREN 110 - Elementary French I

• FREN 120 - Elementary French II

• GEOG 220 - World Regional Geography

• GLBL 200 - Global Literacy Experience I

• HIST 110 - World History to 1600

• HIST 120 - World History since 1600

• HIST 270 - An Introduction to Africa in the World

• PHIL 211 - Introduction to World Religions

• POLI 230 - Ethics and Global Affairs

• SOCI 150 - The Global Society

• SPAN 110 - Elementary Spanish I

• SPAN 112 - Spanish for the Professions I

• SPAN 120 - Elementary Spanish II

• SPAN 122 - Spanish for the Professions II

• SPAN 211 - Intermediate Spanish I

• THEA 242 - Contemporary World Drama 

• YORU 110 - Elementary Yoruba I

• YORU 120 - Elementary Yoruba II

Ethics and Civic Engagement: 3 Credits


Not required for students with 60+ transfer credits. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived.

Select three credits from the following:

• BADM 220 - Ethics in a Contemporary World 

• COHE 200 - Introduction to Community Health

• CRJC 203 - Criminal Justice Ethics 

• EDUC 211 - Laboratory Experiences in Area Schools 

• ENGL 232 - Introduction to Film and Visual Literacy

• ENGL 233 - Hip Hop: Poetry, Politics, and Pop Culture 

• ETCE 101 - Foundations of Ethics and Civic Engagement

• ETCE 102 - Intermediate Ethics and Civic Engagement in Action 

• ETCE 103 - Advanced Ethics and Civic Engagement in Action

• ETCE 200 - Ethics and Civic Engagement in Action

• GEOG 270 - Human Beings and the Environment

• HCM 200 - Ethics for Health Professions

• HIST 211 - The United States to 1865

• PHIL 120 - Moral Principles and Contemporary Moral Issues

• PHIL 212 - African-American Philosophy

• PNUR 210 - Introduction to Professional Nursing 

• POLI 110 - Introduction to Sustainability

• POLI 150 - North Carolina Government and Politics

• SPTM 210 - Ethics and Moral Reasoning in Sports

• SWRK 220 - Introduction to Human Services 

Program Requirements: 82 Credits


Pre-Law Interdisciplinary Electives: 30 Credits


Select seven courses from:


  • Any ENGL 300-400 level courses
  • BADM 209 - Legal Environments of Business
  • BADM 412 - Business Law
  • CRJC 300 - Criminal Law
  • FINC 311 - Principles of Finance
  • HIPO 440 - Modern Ideologies
  • PHIL 320 - Introduction to Ethics
  • POLI 460 - History of Political Theory II

Foreign Language Courses: 6 Credits


Any two foreign language courses

Free Electives: 7 Credits


Select any courses

Total Credit Hours: 121