Anderson University WELCOMES YOU TO: Student Orientation Advising Registration My Name is Crysti Luna Director of Educational Support Services My office is located in the Registrar’s office on the second floor of Decker Hall (#258c). Agenda 8:00-8:45 Liberal Arts Curriculum overview 8:45-11:00 Math & English Placement Exams 11:00-noon Online Foreign Language exam-if needed Speech placement exam 11:30-12:30 Lunch 12:30 Library--under the sky light 12:30-3:30 Registration for classes Advising Information card Transfer/ AP credit If you have any transfer work / Dual credit courses/ AP credit, have your advisor at registration make a note in your file. (request transcripts) Direction letter AccessAU-- web-based information system - Class Schedules - Degree Audits - Registration - Chapel Attendance - Midterm and final grades posted - Raven mail -- Please begin to check your AU e-mail now The letter also has your ID number, so you have it for placement exam identification. Authorization for Release of Information form The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, also known as the Buckley Amendment, helps protect the privacy of student records. The Act applies to all institutions that are the recipients of federal funding. FERPA provisions assure that college students have the right to access their own education records. Provisions also indicate that students must give written consent in order for anyone else – including a parent or guardian – to be given access to their education records. This includes access to reports of grades as well as conversations with AU personnel about the student’s academic progress. To Graduate You need 124 semester hours You earn those hours through: Liberal Arts classes (58 hrs) Major classes (30-80+ hrs) Elective classes (to get to 124 hours) In order to graduate in four years, students need to average 15 or 16 credit hours per semester. 12-17 hours are considered full time. Liberal Arts Curriculum Please refer to the Liberal Arts Program Requirement Sheet. There are Five content areas included in AU’s Liberal Arts Program As we go though the liberal arts options this morning, please make notes about the classes that interest you to help with the scheduling of fall classes when you are advised this afternoon. I. Christianity & Biblical Studies Category A: Biblical Literacy & Interpretation 1 course for 4 hours or two courses for 6 hrs BIBL 2000 Introduction to the Bible - 4 hrs *BIBL 2010 History and Literature of the Old Testament - 3 hrs *BIBL 2020 History and Literature of the New Testament - 3 hrs *Both 2010 and 2020 must be completed to receive credit for this area. I. Christianity & Biblical Studies Category B: Development of Christian Faith BIBL/RLGN 3000 Bible,Chrstns & Bibl Interp-3 hrs [WI] BIBL 3260 New Testament Faith for Life - 3 hrs BIBL 3320 Hebrew Roots of Christian Faith - 3 hrs BIBL 3410 Images of Jesus Then and Now - 3 hrs PSYC 3200 Liv Chr Faith in Post-Mod World - 3 hrs RLGN 3100 Chr Understandings Human Exper - 3 hrs II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2A: History Requirements: One 3-hour course HIST 2000 HIST 2030 HIST 2040 HIST 2110 HIST 2120 History of World Civilization - 3 hrs Western Civilization I - 3 hrs Western Civilization II - 3 hrs American Civilization I - 3 hrs American Civilization II - 3 hrs II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2B: Social Structures Requirements: One 3-hour course ECON FLAN POSC SOCI SOCI SOCI 2010 2000 2100 2010 2020 2100 Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 hrs Language and Society - 3 hrs American National Government - 3 hrs Introduction to Sociology - 3 hrs Social Problems - 3 hrs Introduction to Family Science - 3 hrs II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2C: Global Studies Requirements: One 3/4 hour, upper-division class ARTH 3410 BSNS 3120 BSNS 4120 BSNS 4250 COMM 3110 EDUC 3550 ENGL 3220 FLAN 3400 HIST 3240 HIST 3260 HIST 3280 Hiroshima & Nagasaki: Art, Racism, Total War - 4 hrs Global Business - 3 hrs International Management - 3 hrs Global Marketing - 3 hrs Intercultural Communication - 3 hrs Intercultural Education - 3 hrs Global Literature - 3 hrs The French & Spanish Speaking Caribbean - 3 hrs History of Russia & Soviet Union- 3 hrs Women in the World 1800-Present - 3hrs [WI] The Age of Global Empires - 3 hrs … II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2C: Global Studies (cont.) HIST 3300 Middle East - 3 hrs [WI] HIST 3330 History of Modern China - 3 hrs HIST 3370 General History of Latin America - 3 hrs MUSC 3220 World Music - 3 hrs NURS 4540 Intercultural Health Care - 3 hrs [WI] POSC 3300 International Politics - 3 hrs [WI] POSC 3310 Security & Peace Studies - 3hrs [WI] POSC 3420 Issues in Contemporary Democracy - 3 hrs RLGN/HIST 3320 A World of Religions - 3 hrs [WI] II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2D: Complementary UpperDivision Requirements: One add’l course from C or D BIBL 3310 HIST 3150 HIST 3451 HIST 3452 MUSC 3110 MUSC 3120 SOCI 3400 Archaeological Hist Ancient Near East -3 hrs Europe since 1870 - 3 hrs US from Gilded Age to 1945 - 3 hrs [WI] US from 1945 to Present - 3 hrs [WI] History of Music I - 3 hrs History of Music II - 3 hrs Race and Ethnicity in America - 3 hrs SOCI 3470 Environmental Sociology - 3 hrs II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2E: Foreign Languages Requirement: 0-8 hrs Required to achieve proficiency at the 1020 level. Those placed at the 1020 level or beyond will have met the foreign language requirement upon completion of the class. Students who are placed in 2010 will receive credit for 1020 if they complete 2010 with a grade of C- or better. Students wanting to completely waive the foreign language requirement must do additional testing beyond placement exam. II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2E: Foreign Languages Requirement: 0-8 hrs Modern Languages FREN 1010 FREN 1020 GERM 1010 GERM 1020 SPAN 1010 SPAN 1020 Elementary French I - 4 hrs Elementary French II - 4 hrs Elementary German I - 4 hrs Elementary German II - 4 hrs Elementary Spanish I - 4 hrs Elementary Spanish II - 4 hrs … II. History and the Contemporary World Category 2E: Foreign Language (cont.) Ancient Languages BIBL 2110 BIBL 2120 BIBL 2210 BIBL 2220 Beginning Hebrew I - 4 hrs Beginning Hebrew II - 4 hrs Beginning Greek I - 4 hrs Beginning Greek II - 4 hrs III. The Aesthetic Category 3A: Requirements: 3 hrs from Option A or B Option A Integrative courses ARTH 2000 Great Themes in Art/Design Hist – 3 hrs ARTH 2100 Hist of Art, Design, & Visual Culture-3 hrs ARTH 2150 Survey of Women in the ArtsRenaissance to Modern - 3 hrs ENGL 2350 Amer Lit. & Amer Painting - 3 hrs MUSC 2200 Art as Experience - 3 hrs MUSC 2210 Music, the Arts, and Culture - 3 hrs III. The Aesthetic Category 3B: Option B Appreciation and Experiential courses Requirements: Option B-One course from A2 & one from E1 COMM 2550 Appreciation of Great Speeches-2 hrs [WI] DANC 3510 Period Dance – 2 hrs ENGL 2500 Appreciation of the Writing Craft-2 hrs [WI] MUED 2110 Music for Elementary Classroom-2 hrs MUSC 2110 Intro to Music Literature - 2 hrs MUSC 2220 Music in Society - 2 hrs THEA 2500 Appreciation of Drama - 2 hrs Category 3B: Option B Appreciation and Experiential courses (E1) DANC 1120-2120-3120 Tap I/ II/ III- 1 hr DANC 1220-2220-3220-4220 Modern Dance I/II/III/IV- 1 hr DANC 1320-2320-3320-4320 Jazz Dance I/II/III/IV- 1 hr DANC 1420-2420-3420-4420 Ballet I/ II/ III/ IV - 1 hr ENGL 2510 Creative Writing Wrkshp -1 hr*coreq required MUPF 1010 or 1020 Class Lessons in Voice I/II -1 hr MUPF1030 or 1040 Class Lessons in Piano I/II -1 hr MUPF 1070-1430 Ensembles -1 hr MUPF 1410 or 1420 Class Lessons in Guitar I/II -1 hr MUPF 1500 World Drumming - 1 hr MUPF 1700-4890 Private Study: Voice, Piano, Instruments -1 hr THEA 2890 Acting/Production Practicum -1 hr IV. The Environment: Science & Mathematics Category 4A: Science Requirements: One 4-hr lab course BIOL 1000 Principles of Modern Biology - 4 hrs BIOL 2070 Humans and the Environment - 4 hrs BIOL 2080 Flora of Indiana - 4 hrs BIOL 2140 Nutrition in Health & Disease - 4 hrs BIOL 2210 Foundations of Modern Biology I - 4 hrs CHEM 1000 Introduction to Chemistry - 4 hrs CHEM 2110 General Chemistry I - 4 hrs … IV. The Environment: Science & Mathematics Category 4A: Science (cont.) EXSC 3470 PHYS 1000 PHYS 1020 PHYS 1140 PHYS 1240 PHYS 2240 PSYC 3210 Physiology of Exercise - 4 hrs Physical Science - 4 hrs Earth & Space Science - 4 hrs Musical Acoustics - 4 hrs Astronomy - 4 hrs General Physics I - 4 hrs Biopsychology - 4 hrs IV. The Environment: Science & Mathematics Category 4B: Mathematics Requirements: One 3-4 hour course After passing Math proficiency or taking Math 1000 CPSC 1200 Intro to Web Programming - 4 hrs CPSC 1400 Computer Science I - 4 hrs MATH 1100 Elem Math-Numeration System - 4 hrs MATH 1300 Finite Mathematics - 3 hrs … IV. The Environment: Science & Mathematics Category 4B: Mathematics MATH 1400 MATH 2010 MATH 2020 POSC 2440 PSYC 2440 (cont.) Applied Calculus - 4 hrs Calculus I - 4 hrs Calculus II - 4 hrs Appl Stats/Intro Research - 4 hrs Appl Stats/Intro Research - 4 hrs V. The Individual Category 5A: Liberal Arts LART 1050 First Year Experience- 1 hr LART 1100 Liberal Arts Seminar - 2 hrs (If a student is transferring in 24 hours or more, this class is waived.) V. The Individual Category 5B: Use of the English Language Writing: Requirement: 3-7 hours (Grade of C- or better required) 1) ENGL 1100 Rhetoric & Composition (Basic) - 4 hrs OR ENGL 1110 Rhetoric & Composition - 3 hrs 2) ENGL 1120 Rhetoric & Research - 3 hrs V. The Individual Category 5B: Use of the English Language, (cont.) Oral Communication: Requirement: 0-3 hrs COMM 1000 Intro to Speech Comm - 3 hours V. Individual Category 5C: Fitness and Health Requirements: 0-2 hours PEHS 1000 Fitness/Leisure Life - 2 hrs* NURS 1210 Nutrition for Healthy Living-2 hrs (* Test out procedure available for prior practical experience/theoretical background.) V. Individual Category 5D: Individual Thought & Behavior Requirements: 6 hours (two different captions) ARTH 2200 Making Meaning and the Design of Everyday Things - 3 hrs ENGL 1400 Valuing through Literature -3 hrs HIST 3190 Jewish Holocaust/Hist Context-3 PHIL 2000 Practicing Philosophy - 3 hrs PHIL 2120 Ethics - 3 hrs V. Individual Category 5D: Individual Thought & Behavior (cont.) PSYC 2000 General Psychology - 3 hrs PSYC/EDUC 2110 Educational Psychology -3 RLGN 2210 Faith & Human Development -3 Writing Intensive classes Required prerequisite--ENGL 1120 One of the two WI classes must be Upper Division ACCT 4020 Federal Income Tax 3 hrs ARTH 2500 Theory and Criticism I 3 hrs ARTH 3410 Hiroshima/Nagasaki: Art, Racism & Total War 3 hrs ARTS 4950 Comprehensive Projects 3 hrs ARTG 3440 Therapeutic Rehabilitation 3 hrs BIBL/RLGN 3000 Bible, Christians & Biblical Interpretation 3 hrs BIOL 4050 Genetics 4 hrs BIOL/CHEM/PHYS 4910/4920 Science Seminar 1+1 (both must be taken) BSNS 4440 Senior Marketing Seminar 1 hr BSNS 4910 Seminar in Ethics and Leadership 1 hr CHEM 3100 Analytical Chemistry 4 hrs COMM 2130 Writing for the Media 3 hrs COMM 2550 Appreciation of Great Speeches 2 hrs COMM 3230 Advanced Feature & Magazine Writing 3 hrs CRIM/SOCI 2510 The Nature of Crime & Social Deviance 4 hrs EDUC 3120 Educational Assessment/the Classroom Teacher 3 hrs EDUC/ENGL 3590 Teaching Diversity through Young Adult Lit 3 hrs Writing Intensive, continued EDUC 4110 Trends and Issues in Education 2 hrs ENGL 2350 American Literature & American Painting 3 hrs ENGL 2500 Appreciation of the Writing Craft 2 hrs ENGL 3050 History of the English Language 3 hrs ENGL 3110 Creative Writing: Fiction 3 hrs ENGL 3120 Creative Writing: Poetry 3 hrs ENGL 3160 Professional Writing and Editing 3 hrs ENGL 3180 Advanced Composition: Nonfiction 3 hrs ENGL 3190 Advanced Composition: Argument 3 hrs ENGL 3500 American Literature of the 19th Century 4 hrs ENGL 3551 American Literature of the 20th Century 4 hrs ENGL 3580 American Cross-Cultural Authors 3 hrs ENGL 4000 Special Topics in Literature 3 hrs ENGL 4250 Modern Drama 4 hrs ENGL 4550 American Poetry 4 hrs ENGL 4700 Methods of Teaching English 3 hrs Writing Intensive, continued ENGL 4920 Seminar in Writing 3 hrs EXSC 4920 Seminar in Exercise Science 2 hrs FREN 3240 French Composition 3 hrs HIST 3260 Women in the World, 1800 to the Present 3 hrs HIST 3300 Middle East 3 hrs HIST 3425 History of Slavery in America (1619-1865) 3 hrs HIST 3430 Antebellum America, 1828-1860 3 hrs HIST 3440 Civil War and Reconstruction 3 hrs HIST 3451 U.S. from the Gilded Age to 1945 3 hrs HIST 3452 U.S. from 1945 to the Present 3 hrs HIST 3470 The American West 3 hrs HIST 3510 America at War, 1776 to Present 3 hrs MUBS 3350 Music Marketing 2 hrs MUBS 3500 Current Topics in Music Business 1 hr MUSC 3110 History of Music I 3 hrs MUSC 3120 History of Music II 3 hrs Writing Intensive, continued NURS 3390 Nursing Research 2 hrs NURS 4470 Seminar in Nursing 4 hrs PETE 2250 Motor Behavior 3 hrs PETE 4300 Curriculum Development & Assessment in P.E. 4 hrs PHYS3100 Modern Physics Laboratory 2 hrs POSC 3300 International Politics 3 hrs POSC 3310 Security & Peace Studies 3 hrs POSC 3400 Comparative Politics 3 hrs POSC 3420 Issues in Contemporary Democracy 3 hrs PSYC 2010 General Psychology Laboratory 1 hr PSYC/SOCI 3010 Social Psychology 4 hrs PSYC 4440 Critical Analysis of the Discipline of Psychology 3hrs SOCI 3700 Introduction to Social Research 4 hrs SPAN 3010 Spanish Composition 4 hrs SPED 3120 Special Educ Assessment/Classroom Teacher 3 Since all this information can be overwhelming, understand that we will be taking it one step at a time. This morning you have been given a big picture view. Your faculty advisor will now be walking you through the step by step specifics this afternoon. Some classes will already be preprescribed for you today: English, Freshman experience, major pre-requisites… You might only have one or two liberal arts classes to sprinkle in. However, you need to be able to give your faculty advisor input. Between now and this afternoon’s registration time, make notes on the Liberal Arts Program Requirement sheet notating the classes that interest you. In between testing—you can also read course descriptions of the classes from the catalog. This will help you be prepared for scheduling classes. Discussion time: Before we go our separate ways, I am going to give you some time with your parents to help discuss which classes you think you would be interested in considering in the various liberal arts areas. Thank you for taking time out of your schedules to be a part of this weekend. We hope you enjoy your time with us. We look forward to having you on campus in the fall.