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Circle one: B.S. Thirty of the last thirty-six hours must be

Catalogue Year _____________ completed in residence.



NEW STUDENTS ENTERING AFTER JULY 2010

UNIVERSITY OF THE CUMBERLANDS

(BS) History and Political Science - PLANNED PROGRAM - (at least 128 total hours needed to graduate)

NAME: ___________________________________________ ID#___________________________ DATE___________________

(Print - Student Name)

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_______________________________________________________ Major Department Chair’s Signature

STUDENT SIGNATURE (Indicating Responsibility for the Requirements)

GENERAL EDUCATION CONVOCATION REQUIREMENT AND LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENT:


I – CHRISTIAN FAITH (6 Hours including either MSMN 135 or MSMN 136)

A. Religion (6 hours to include either MSMN 135 or MSMN 136)

MSMN 133 Introducing Church History ______

MSMN 135 Exploring the Old Testament ______

MSMN 136 Exploring the New Testament ______

MSMN 233 Introducing Christian Ethics ______

MSMN 239 Exploring World Religions ______

Integrated Studies Course_________________________________* ______

II – Writing Competence (6 Hours)

ENGL 131 English Composition I ______

ENGL 132 English Composition II ______

III – Mathematical and Scientific Reasoning (7 Hours)

A. Mathematics (3 hours)

Any one of the following five courses

MATH 131 College Mathematics ______

MATH 132 College Algebra ______

MATH 136 Precalculus ______

MATH 140 Calculus I ______

MATH 240 Calculus II ______

Integrated Studies Course_________________________________* ______

Or both of the following courses

MATH 130 Concepts of Mathematics for the Elementary and Middle School

Teacher I ______

MATH 230 Concepts of Mathematics for the Elementary and Middle School

Teacher II ______

B. Science (4 hours)

BIOL 130 General Biology (and) BIOL 110 General Biology Laboratory ______

BIOL 133 Introduction to Population Biology (and)

BIOL 113 Intro. To Population Biology Laboratory ______

BIOL 134 Introduction to Cellular Biology (and)

BIOL 114 Intro. To Cellular Biology Laboratory ______

BIOL 231 Environmental Science (and) BIOL 116 Environmental Science Lab ______

CHEM 132 General Chemistry I (and) CHEM 111 General Chemistry Lab ______

CHEM 140 Chemistry of Everyday Life ______

PHYS 137 Physical Science (and) Physical Science Laboratory ______

PHYS 140 Astronomy ______

PHYS 241 Physics I ______

Integrated Studies Course_________________________________* ______

IV – Historical and Cultural Understanding (6 Hours)

History (3 hours)

HIST 138 World Civilization since 1648 ______

HIST 231 American History to 1877 ______

Integrated Studies Course_________________________________* ______



Culture (3 hours)

BADM 135 Macroeconomics ______

BADM 136 Microeconomics ______

FREN 135 French Culture for English Speakers ______

SPAN 135 Spanish Culture for English Speakers ______

POLS 131 Introduction to Political Science ______

POLS 233 American National Government ______

POLS 235 Introduction to International Relations ______

PSYC 131 Basic Psychology ______

Integrated Studies Course________________________________* ______



V – Aesthetic Appreciation (6 hours representing two departments)

ART 131 Art Appreciation ______

ART 132 Ancient To Gothic Art ______

ART 133 Renaissance to Modern Art ______

ART 134 Drawing I ______

ENGL 330 Literary Studies ______

ENGL 331 English Literature through 1660 ______

ENGL 332 English Literature 1660-1830 ______

ENGL 333 English Literature since 1830 ______

ENGL 334 American Literature through 1865 ______

ENGL 335 American Literature since 1865 ______

MUPR 108-112, 114-116, 119 Music Ensemble or Band ______

MUSC 130 Music Appreciation ______

THTR 130 Introduction to Theatre ______

Integrated Studies Course_________________________________* ______

VI – Social and Professional Awareness (6 hours representing two departments)

BMIS 130 Introduction to Application Software ______

COMM 130 Interpersonal Communication (or) COMM 133 Mass Media (or)

COMM 230 Public Speaking (or) JOUR 130 Journalism & PR ______

HLTH 236 Health and Wellness ______

SOCI 131 Intro. To Sociology (or) CRJS 131 Intro. To Criminal Justice (or)

HSRV 131 Survey of Human Services

Integrated Studies Course_________________________________* ______



Total Credit Hours in the General Education Curriculum: 37
*3-6 hours of Integrated Studies courses must be completed by all students who have reached Junior or Senior class standing. Integrated Studies courses must be completed in residence.

Revised 10-20-2015

______CONV 101 Convocation Requirement – All full-time students with less than senior standing

must be enrolled. All students must have at least two full semester hours of convocation credit as a requirement for graduation. The following two exceptions exist: (1) transfer students with 60 or more semester hours of credit at the time of enrollment at the University of the Cumberlands must have one full semester hour of credit for graduation. (2) Students who are 25 or more years of age at the time of initial enrollment at the University of the Cumberlands are totally exempt from Convocation. Credit: 0.50 hours each semester




INST101 INSIGHTS ______

LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENT: LEAD 110 or 120 Leadership Seminar

(required for all students completing a bachelor’s degree) _______




MAJOR History and Political Science 46 hrs

HIST 137 World Civilization to 1648 _______________

HIST 138 World Civilization since 1648 _______________

HIST 231 American History to 1877 _______________

HIST 232 American History since 1877 _______________

HIST 224 Research Mechanics _______________

HIST 225 Research Composition _______________

POLS 131 Introduction to Political Science _______________

POLS 233 American National Government _______________

POLS 235 Introduction to International Relations _______________


3 hours from the following courses:

POLS 490 Issues in Political Science _______________

HIST 490 Issues in History _______________
3 hours in US History from the following courses:

HIST 331 Kentucky _______________

HIST 333 American Diplomacy _______________

HIST 336 American Military History _______________

HIST 431 Early America _______________

HIST 433 Expansion and the Civil War Era _______________

HIST 435 Twentieth-Century America _______________
3 hours in from the following courses:

HIST 332 Early Modern Military History _______________

HIST 334 England _______________

HIST 335 Twentieth-Century Europe _______________

HIST 337 China and Japan _______________

HIST 436 Renaissance and the Reformation _______________

HIST 437 Russia _______________
12 hours chosen from HIST and POLS offerings within the department:

* A minimum of 12 hours of POLS courses are required but no more than 21 hours of POLS courses are allowed to count in the major.

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MINOR or Restricted Electives...................____hrs

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Approval Initial & Date

Major Advisor ______________________________________ Date _____________________

Minor Professor _____________________________________ Date _____________________
Registrar ___________________________________________ Date _____________________

Thirty-six hours in upper division courses must be completed by all students. This program is subject to adjustment because of error, or grades of below “C” made after planning was approved. A minimum of 128 semester hours is required for graduation with a minimum grade point average of 2.00. Thirty of the last thirty-six hours must be completed in residence.* At least one-third of the courses for the major and minor must be taken at University of the Cumberlands. No change permitted in this program without permission of the advisor. This form must be filed with the Registrar no later than the first semester of the junior year. It is the responsibility of the student to be familiar with the requirements for graduation and for the number of hours. The college does not accept this responsibility.




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