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					ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS & DEGREES
Accounting
                                                     worldwide.
           Accounting                                the accounting Profession
                                                                                                                   aas in accounting
                                                                                                                   General Education Requirements:
                                                                                                                                                                   65 Credits
                                                                                                                                                                   16 Credits
                                                                                                                    • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                     3.0
                                                     Accounting is a core business function vital                   • ACC 1150       Fundamentals of Business Math         3.0
                                                                                                                    • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                    3.0
Department chair: steve johnson                      to an organization’s success. Accounting has                   • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior                    3.0
                                                     evolved over the years and continues to evolve.                orAny approved Behavioral, Social, or Political Science
  Office: WB 136b
                                                     This provides the accountant with stimulating                    Distribution Course
  Telephone: 801-863-7186                                                                                           • Any approved Biology or Physical Science             3.0
                                                     and challenging work. The role of accountants
  E-mail: steve.johnson@uvu.edu                                                                                       Distribution Course
                                                     has expanded and they are considered to be                     • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety, 1.0
                                                     a valuable part of the management team in                        or Environment Course
faculty:                                             implementing business decisions. Many CEOs                    Discipline Core Requirements:                 25 Credits
                                                     of large corporations have accounting degrees.                 • ACC 2010       Financial Accounting (3.0)
  Professor                                                                                                        and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)
                                                     Accountants usually have the best understanding
    James Bailey                                                                                                    or ACC 2030      Principles of Accounting              6.0
                                                     of what drives business and profits in a company.              • ACC 2100       Payroll Accounting                    3.0
    Ben Bean
                                                     Successful accountants must possess strong                     • ACC 2610       Accounting Systems Applications       3.0
    Stan Jenne                                       interpersonal skills, as accounting is a people                • DGM 2010       Business Computer Proficiency *       3.0
    Sheldon Smith                                                                                                   • MGMT 1010      Introduction to Business              3.0
                                                     business. Accountants must develop strong                      • MGMT 495R      Executive Lecture Series              1.0
    Michael Stemkoski                                analytical and problem solving skills. They should             • INFO 3120      Management Information Systems        3.0
    Steve Teeter                                     also have some expertise in spreadsheets,                      • MGMT 2390      Effective Business Presentations      3.0
  Associate Professor                                database application, and integrated software                 Elective Requirements:                          24 Credits
                                                                                                                    • Complete any coursework from the following       15.0
    John Balden                                      packages. Accountants must be able to                            prefixes: ACC, ECON, FIN, HM, LEGL, MGMT,
    Kathy Black                                      successfully communicate both orally and in                      MKTG
    Steve Johnson                                    writing.                                                       • Complete three of the following courses            9.0
                                                                                                                    • ACC 3010      Intermediate Accounting I (3.0)
    Kevin Smith                                      Job opportunities for accountants are favorable.               • ACC 3300      Cost Management (3.0)
  Assistant Professor                                They can find employment in Utah Valley,                       • ACC 3400      Individual Income Tax (3.0)
                                                                                                                    • ACC 3510      Accounting Information Systems (3.0)
    Josh Cieslewicz                                  anywhere in the United States, or many places                  • DGM 2300 Records and Information
    Joel Helquist                                    throughout the world.                                                          Management (3.0)
    Xiaoli Ortega                                                                                                   • DGM 2350 Word Processing Applications (3.0)
                                                                                                                    • DGM 2370 Database Applications (3.0)
  Lecturer                                                                                                          • FIN 1060      Personal Finance (3.0)
    Lynn Smith                                       cooPeRatiVe eDucation/inteRnshiP                               • LEGL 3000 Business Law (3.0)
                                                                                                                   Graduation Requirements:
                                                     A Cooperative Education or Internship course is                1 Completion of a minimum of 65 semester credits.
Woodbury school of business advisement               highly recommended for majors. College credit                  2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above with a 2.5
center:                                              is granted for paid work experience through                      GPA in Business courses and a grade of "C-" or higher
                                                                                                                      in all core and elective courses.
  Office: WB 257                                     the Coop/Internship Program. The department                    3 Residency hours: minimum of 20 credit hours through
  Telephone: 801-863-8032                            provides lower division Coop and upper division                  course attendance at UVU with at least 12 credits of
                                                     internship courses. Contact the Accounting                       Woodbury School of Business courses.
                                                     Career and Corporate Manager, John Wilson                      4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
advisory committee:                                                                                                   requirements. Students are responsible for completing
                                                     863-6307, for further information regarding                      all prerequisite courses.
Shane Edwards, Partner, Squire (Chair); MK           Cooperative Education/Internship opportunities.               Footnotes:
Mortensen, Sr. Manager - Tax, Grant Thornton;                                                                       * Students will be required to complete DGM 2010 with a
Josh Rowley, Partner, Hawkins, Cloward &                                                                              score of 80 percent or higher.
Simister; Ross Youngberg, Partner, Hanson
                                                     PRoGRams
Barnett and Maxwell; Rob Anderson, Manager,
Tanner; Joe Christensen, Deputy, State Auditor       Students in accounting may receive a One-year                 as Pre-major in accounting                      61 Credits
                                                                                                                   General Education Requirements:               36 Credits
Office; Tom Green, Consultant, Jefferson Wells.      Certificate, an Associate in Applied Science                   • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing           3.0
                                                     Degree, an Associate in Science Degree, or a                   • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/
Woodbury school of business                          Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. A                                      Social Sciences (3.0)
                                                     Master of Business Administration Degree with an               or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and 3.0
  Dean: Norman S. Wright                                                                                                              Technology
    Office: WB 128b                                  Accounting Emphasis, sponsored by Utah State                   • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for 4.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8260                          University, is also available through the University                             Business, Education, Science, and
                                                     Center.                                                                          Health Professions majors)
    E-mail: Norman.Wright@uvu.edu                                                                                   or An Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Test with a
                                                                                                                       score of 3 or higher

caReeR oPPoRtunities                                 Certificate in accounting                     30 Credits      Complete one of the following:
                                                                                                                    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                                                                                        3.0
                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:                 24 Credits
                                                                                                                   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
Accountants have always been in high                  • ACC 1150       Fundamentals of Business Math         3.0
                                                                                                                    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                      • ACC 2010       Financial Accounting (3.0)
demand. You can work as an accountant in             and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)
                                                                                                                    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
many types of organizations, including, sports                                                                      • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                      or ACC 2030      Principles of Accounting              6.0
                                                                                                                    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
and entertainment, government, education,             • ACC 2610       Accounting Systems Applications       3.0
                                                                                                                   Complete the following:
manufacturing, charitable and nonprofit, and          • DGM 2010       Business Computer Proficiency         3.0
                                                                                                                    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                       3.0
                                                      • MGMT 1010      Introduction to Business              3.0
medical. An accounting degree is a great              • MGMT 2390      Effective Business Presentations      3.0
                                                                                                                    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
springboard into graduate studies and law school.                                                                   or PES 1097        Fitness for Life                 2.0
                                                      • MGMT 2200      Business Communication                3.0
                                                                                                                   Distribution Courses
The accounting profession is often ranked near       Elective Requirements:                         6 Credits       • Biology                                           3.0
the top of occupations and professions in greatest    • Woodbury School of Business courses (ACC,            6.0
                                                                                                                    • Physical Science                                  3.0
                                                        ECON, FIN, HM, LEGL, MKTG, MGMT prefixes)
demand. According to the Department of Labor,                                                                       • Additional Biology or Physical Science            3.0
                                                     Graduation Requirements:                                       • Humanities Distribution- HUM 1010 recommended 3.0
the employment of accountants is expected             1 Minimum of 30 credits required for a Certificate.           • Fine Arts Distribution                            3.0
to continue to grow. Robert Half, the world’s         2 Overall GPA of 2.0 required for graduation with no          • Social/Behavioral Science                         3.0
largest recruiter of accounting graduates, reports      grade lower than a “C-” in Woodbury School of
                                                                                                                   Discipline Core Requirements:                 25 Credits
that there is a shortage of qualified accounting        Business classes.
                                                                                                                    • ACC 2010       Financial Accounting (3.0)
professionals not only in the United States, but                                                                   and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)



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                                                                                                                                                                  Accounting
 or
 •
      ACC 2030    Principles of Accounting
      ECON 2020 Macroeconomics
                                                      6.0
                                                      3.0
                                                            Elective Requirements:                           18 Credits     ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
                                                            Complete 9 credits from the following Tracks:             9.0   The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
 •    ECON 2010 Microeconomics                        3.0   Internal Auditing Track (9 credit hours):                       the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
 •    LEGL 3000 Business Law                          3.0     • ACC 3120        Internal Auditing (3.0) *                   degree requirement listings.)
 •    MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                 3.0     • ACC 4140        Advanced Internal Auditing (3.0)
 •    MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus              4.0   Complete one of the following:
 •    DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency          3.0     • ACC 4510        Information Systems Auditing (3.0) *        emphasis in accounting                         18 credits
 or   Business Computer Proficiency Exam *                    • ACC 4800        Fraud Examination (3.0)                     Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
Graduation Requirements:                                      • ACC 481R        Internship (Subject to approval by          Accounting Emphasis
 1 Completion of a minimum of 61 semester credits.                              internal auditing faculty.) (Repeat           • ACC 3010      Intermediate Accounting I             3.0
 2 Overall GPA of 2.0 or above with 2.5 GPA or above in                         for 3 credits.) (2.0)                         • ACC 3300      Cost Management                       3.0
   Business courses. No grade below “C-” in Business        Managerial Accounting Track (9 credit hours):                   Choose 12 credits from the following:                 12.0
   courses.                                                   • ACC 3120        Internal Auditing (3.0) *                     • ACC 3020      Intermediate Accounting II (3.0)
 3 Residency hours: Minimum of 20 credit hours through        • ACC 4310        Advanced Management Accounting                • ACC 3400      Individual Income Tax (3.0)
   course attendance at UVU with at least 12 credits of                         (3.0)                                         • ACC 3510      Accounting Information Systems (3.0)
   Woodbury School of Business courses.                     Complete one of the following:                                    • ACC 4110      Auditing (3.0)
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                • ACC 4510        Information Systems Auditing (3.0) *          • ACC 4400      Taxation of Corporations/
   requirements. Students are responsible for completing      • ACC 4030        Governmental and Not-For-Profit                               Partnerships/Estates and Trusts (3.0)
   all prerequisite courses.                                                    Accounting (3.0) *                          NOTE: A minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of
Footnotes:                                                    • ACC 4400        Taxation of Corporations/                   Business courses, and no grade lower than a C-, required
 * Students will be required to complete the Business                           Partnerships/Estates and Trusts (3.0)       for graduation.
   Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent      or ACC 4420        Corporate Tax (3.0)
   or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a         Public Accounting (Graduate School) Track (9 credit hours):
   score of 80 percent or higher.                             • ACC 4020        Advanced Financial Accounting (3.0)
                                                              • ACC 4110        Auditing (3.0) *                            See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                                                              • ACC 4420        Corporate Tax (3.0)                         for detailed course information. This department
bs in accounting                           120 Credits      Taxation Track (9 credit hours):
                                                                                                                            manages the following course prefixes:
General Education Requirements:             36 Credits        • ACC 4420        Corporate Tax (3.0)
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing           3.0      • ACC 4440        Partnership Tax (3.0)
                                                              • ACC 4460        Estate and Gift Tax (3.0)                   - ACC, Accounting
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/
                   Social Sciences (3.0)                    Complete 9 credits of any course 1000 or higher.          9.0
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and 3.0         Graduation Requirements:
                   Technology                                1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits; a
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                         4.0       minimum of 40 credits must be upper division.
 or An Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Test with a       2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a
    score of 3 or higher                                       minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of
Complete one of the following:                       3.0       Business courses. No grade lower than a “C-” in core
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                          and specialization courses.
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)               3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       business courses through course attendance at UVU,
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                         4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                requirements. Students are responsible for completing
Complete the following:                                        all prerequisite courses.
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                       3.0     5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                Intercultural course.
 or PES 1097        Fitness for Life                 2.0    Footnotes:
Distribution Courses                                         ** Students will be required to complete the Business
 • Biology                                           3.0        Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent
 • Physical Science                                  3.0        or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science            3.0        score of 80 percent or higher.
 • Humanities Distribution                           3.0      * Courses with an asterisk (*) cannot be taken until
 • Fine Arts Distribution                            3.0        student is matriculated.
 • Social/Behavioral Science                         3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:               66 Credits
Business Foundation Courses:                                minor in accounting                              24 Credits
 • ACC 2010      Financial Accounting (3.0)                 Matriculation Requirements:
and ACC 2020     Managerial Accounting (3.0)                 1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
 or ACC 2030     Principles of Accounting       6.0         Discipline Core Requirements:                    12 Credits
 • DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency                    • ACC 2010        Financial Accounting (3.0)
 or Business Computer Proficiency Exam**                    and ACC 2020       Managerial Accounting (3.0)
 • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus            4.0         or ACC 2030       Principles of Accounting              6.0
 • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                      3.0         • ACC 3010        Intermediate Accounting I             3.0
 • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics                      3.0         • ACC 3300        Cost Management                       3.0
 • MGMT 2200 Business Communication              3.0        Elective Requirements:                           12 Credits
 • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I               3.0        Choose 12 credits from the following:                 12.0
 * MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations    3.0         • ACC 3020       Intermediate Accounting II (3.0)
Business Core Courses:                                       • ACC 3400       Individual Income Tax (3.0)
 • LEGL 3000 Business Law                        3.0         • ACC 3510       Accounting Information Systems (3.0)
 • FIN 3100      Principles of Finance           3.0         • ACC 4110       Auditing (3.0)*
 • INFO 3120 Management Information Systems 3.0              • ACC 4400       Taxation of Corporations/Partnerships/
 • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing             3.0                          Estates and Trusts (3.0)*
 • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior             3.0        Graduation Requirements:
 • MGMT 330G Survey of International Business    3.0         1 Overall grade point average of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury
 • MGMT 3450 Operations Management *             3.0            School of Business courses and no grade lower than a
 • MGMT 4800 Strategic Management                3.0            C- in business courses.
 • MGMT 4830 Strategic Management Capstone       1.0         2 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                 Simulation                                     requirements.
 • MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series (1.0)                 NOTE: Students are responsible for completing all
 or MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series    1.0        prerequisite courses.
Accounting Core Courses:                                    Footnotes:
 • ACC 3010      Intermediate Accounting I       3.0         * Courses with an asterisk (*) cannot be taken until
 • ACC 3020      Intermediate Accounting II      3.0           student is matriculated into a bachelor degree program.
 • ACC 3300      Cost Management                 3.0
 • ACC 3510      Accounting Information Systems  3.0
 • ACC 3400      Individual Income Tax           3.0




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Administrative Information Management

        Administrative
                                                         •    DGM 2360     Spreadsheet Applications             3.0     or ENGL 2020      Intermediate Writing--Science and    3.0
                                                         •    DGM 2370     Database Applications                3.0                       Technology
                                                         •    DGM 2380     Integrated Software Projects         3.0     • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0

         Information
                                                         •    ACC 1150     Fundamentals of Business Math        3.0    Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                         •    ACC 1750     Applied Accounting (4.0)                     • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                         or   ACC 2010     Financial Accounting                 3.0    and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)

        Management
                                                         •    MGMT 2200    Business Communication               3.0     • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                        Elective Requirements:                          6 Credits       • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                        Complete 6 credits from the following:                   6.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                         • DGM 1063 Image Editing (2.0)                                 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                         • DGM 2120 Web Essentials (3.0)                               Complete the following:
Department of Digital media                              • DGM 210R Special Topics in Digital Media (1.0)               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
                                                         • FIN 1060       Personal Finance (3.0)                        • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                         • MGMT 2250 Job Application and Advancement                    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0
Department chair: thor anderson                                           Skills (1.0)                                 Distribution Courses
                                                         • Other pre-approved electives; see advisor for details        • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/           3.0
   Office: CS 526f                                      Graduation Requirements:                                                          Behavioral Science)
   Telephone: 801-863-6138                               1 Overall GPA of 2.0 or higher with a minimum grade            • Biology                                              3.0
                                                           of "C-."                                                     • Physical Science                                     3.0
   E-mail: thor.anderson@uvu.edu                         2 A minimum keyboarding skill of 40 net words per minute       • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0
                                                           is required for graduation.                                  • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
                                                                                                                        • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0
administrative support:                                  3 Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite
                                                           courses.                                                    Discipline Core Requirements:                  24 Credits
   Office: CS 526                                                                                                       •   FIN 1060     Personal Finance                      3.0
   Telephone: 801-863-8485                                                                                              •   ACC 2010     Financial Accounting                  3.0
                                                        aas in administrative                                           •   MGMT 2200    Business Communication                3.0
                                                                                                                        •   DGM 2300     Records and Information               3.0
Program coordinator: cynthia krebs                      information support                            63 Credits                        Management
                                                        General Education Requirements:                16 Credits       •   DGM 2350     Word Processing Applications          3.0
   Office: CS 526a                                      ENGLISH                                                         •   DGM 2360     Spreadsheet Applications              3.0
                                                         • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                     3.0
   Telephone: 801-863-8281                                                                                              •   DGM 2370     Database Applications                 3.0
                                                        MATHEMATICS                                                     •   DGM 2380     Integrated Software Projects          3.0
   E-mail: cynthia.krebs@uvu.edu                         • ACC 1150      Fundamentals of Business Math          3.0    Elective Requirements:                          3 Credits
                                                         or MAT 1010     Intermediate Algebra (4.0)                    Complete 3 credits from department approved             3.0
                                                         or MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
faculty:                                                HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE
                                                                                                                       electives.
                                                                                                                       Graduation Requirements:
   Professor                                             • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                    3.0
                                                                                                                        1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
                                                        SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
     Cynthia Krebs                                       • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics                             3.0
                                                                                                                        2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above with a
                                                                                                                          minimum 2.5 GPA in all discipline and elective courses
   Associate Professor                                   or MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior (3.0)
                                                                                                                          with no grade lower than a C-.
     Jan Bentley                                         or PSY 1010     General Psychology (3.0)
                                                                                                                        3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                        BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE
     Trudy Christensen                                                                                                    attendance at UVU.
                                                         • Any approved Biology or Physical Science             3.0
                                                                                                                        4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
   Assistant Professor                                      Distribution
                                                                                                                          requirements. Students are responsible for completing
                                                        PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR
     Kim P. Brown                                       ENVIRONMENT
                                                                                                                          all prerequisite courses.
                                                         • Any approvedPhysical Education, Health, Safety       1.0
advisor:                                                    or Environment Course                                      ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
                                                        Discipline Core Requirements:                  39 Credits      The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
   Joyce Porter                                          •    FIN 1060     Personal Finance                     3.0    the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
     Office: CS 635h                                     •    DGM 1063     Image Editing                        2.0    degree requirement listings.)
                                                         •    DGM 1110     Digital Media Essentials I           4.0
     Telephone: 801-863-7125                             •    ACC 2010     Financial Accounting                 3.0
     E-mail: joyce.porter@uvu.edu                        •    ACC 2020     Managerial Accounting                3.0
                                                                                                                       emphasis in Office Management                   20 credits
                                                         •    DGM 2120     Web Essentials                       3.0
                                                                                                                       Emphasis Requirements:
                                                                                                                       Prerequisites (can fulfill elective requirements):
                                                         •    MGMT 2200    Business Communication               3.0
college of technology & computing                        •    DGM 2240     Interaction Design                   3.0
                                                                                                                        • DGM 2350 Word Processing Applications (3.0)
                                                                                                                        • DGM 2360 Spreadsheet Applications (3.0)
   Dean: Ernest Carey                                    •    DGM 2300     Records and Information              3.0
                                                                                                                        • DGM 2370 Database Applications (3.0)
                                                                           Management
     Office: CS 720                                      •    DGM 2350     Word Processing Applications         3.0
                                                                                                                        • DGM 3820 Presentation Applications (3.0)
                                                                                                                        • MGMT 2200 Business Communication (3.0)
     Telephone: 801-863-8327                             •    DGM 2360     Spreadsheet Applications             3.0
                                                                                                                       Complete the following required courses:
                                                         •    DGM 2370     Database Applications                3.0
                                                                                                                        • DGM 2120 Web Essentials                               3.0
                                                         •    DGM 2380     Integrated Software Projects         3.0
                                                                                                                        • DGM 3220 Digital Media Project Management 3.0
PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                    Elective Requirements:                          8 Credits       • DGM 4350 Information Workflow Management 3.0
                                                        Complete 8 credits from department approved             8.0    Complete 11 or more credits from the following:         11.0
The one-year certificate provides software              electives.                                                      • ACC 3000         Financial Managerial and Cost
application, written business communication, and        Graduation Requirements:                                                           Accounting Concepts (4.0)
basic accounting skills for entry-level positions in     1 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above with a           • DGM 1063 Image Editing (2.0)
                                                            minimum 2.5 GPA in all discipline core and elective
business, industry, and government.                         courses with no grade lower than a C-.
                                                                                                                        • DGM 2380 Integrated Software Projects (3.0)
                                                                                                                        • FIN 1060         Personal Finance (3.0)
                                                         2 A minimum keyboarding skill of 40 net words per minute       • LEGL 3000 Business Law (3.0)
The two-year AAS and AS degrees provide                     is required for graduation.                                 • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations (3.0)
training for students to be employed in such             3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through          • MGMT 3430 Human Resource Management (3.0)
areas as administrative information managers,               attendance at UVU.                                          • MGMT 3890 Career Preparation (2.0)
                                                         4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                 NOTE: A minimum of 2.5 GPA in all discipline core courses
office managers, executive assistants, project              requirements. Students are responsible for completing      with no grade lower than a C- required for graduation.
managers, and other administrative support                  all prerequisite courses.                                  To qualify for the portfolio review, DGM courses must be
positions in business, industry, and government.        Note: Potential 4-year students need to take ACC 2010 (or      completed with a grade of B- or higher.
                                                        3000), MATH 1050, ECON 2020, and MGMT 3890.
                                                                                                                       See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
Certificate in                                                                                                         for detailed course information. This department
administrative support                    32 Credits    as Pre-major in administrative                                 manages the following course prefixes:
Discipline Core Requirements:             26 Credits    information management         63 Credits
 • DGM 1010     Basic Computer Applications       2.0   General Education Requirements:                36 Credits
 • DGM 2300     Records and Information           3.0
                                                                                                                       - BMED, Business/Marketing Education
                                                         • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    - COMP, Computing
                Management                               • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/
 • DGM 2350     Word Processing Applications      3.0                      Social Sciences (3.0)                       - DGM, Digital Media


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                                                                                                Art & Visual Communications
                                                                                             exhibitions and commissions. Some students
      Art & Visual                    advisors:
                                         Juanita Bushman
                                                                                             also choose to pursue graduate studies to further
                                                                                             their development or to prepare them to teach in
    Communications
                                           Office: GT618b
                                                                                             higher education. Areas of study include painting,
                                           Telephone: 801-863-6645
                                                                                             drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and ceramics.
                                              BFA Illustration, Photography
                                                                                             applied arts: Graphic Design, illustration,
Department chair: jim Godfrey            Rae Ann Ellis                                       Photography
  Office: GT 535a                          Office: GT 619c
                                           Telephone: 801-863-6412                           Students are prepared to compete for
  Telephone: 801-863-6190                                                                    employment at advertising agencies, design
                                              BFA Painting/Drawing,
                                                                                             studios, in-house design departments, printing
                                              Sculpture/Ceramics,
administrative support: staci owens                                                          firms, photography studios, gaming developers,
                                              BA/BS AVC students with last name
  Office: GT 535                                                                             animation studios and for freelance consulting
                                              beginning A-K
  Telephone: 801-863-8341                                                                    work (self-employed). Some students may
                                                                                             also choose to further their studies in graduate
                                         Audrey Thrasher
                                                                                             programs.
Program coordinators:                      Office: GT 619a
  Art Education: Lori Santos               Telephone: 801-863-5332                           education: bs in art education
     Office: GT 535d                          BFA Graphic Design, BS Art Education,
                                                                                             The Bachelor of Science in Art Education certifies
     Telephone: 801-863-8382                  BA/BS AVC students with last name
                                                                                             students to teach as an art specialist at the
                                              beginning L-Z
                                                                                             secondary level in public schools and private
  Graphic Design: Ray Elder                                                                  schools.
    Office: GT 402                       Laura McCullough
    Telephone: 801-863-5302                Office: GT 622
                                           Telephone: 801-863-6867
                                                                                             PRoGRams
  Illustration: Don Seegmiller                AA/AS AVC two-year degrees
      Office: GT 408                                                                         Eight options are available: a One-year
      Telephone: 801-863-5303         school of the arts                                     Certificate; the Associate in Applied Science
                                                                                             Degree (AAS); the Associate in Arts Degree
                                         Dean: K. Newell Dayley
  Painting/Drawing: Bob deWitt                                                               (AA); the Associate in Science Degree (AS); the
                                           Office: GT 605a
    Office: GT 535c                                                                          Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA); the Bachelor of
                                           Telephone: 801-863-6820                           Science Degree (BS); the Bachelor of Science in
    Telephone: 801-863-8406
                                                                                             Art Education Degree (BS); the Bachelor of Fine
                                         Associate Dean: Steven Bule                         Arts Degree (BFA).
  Photography: Travis Lovell               Office: GT 605b
    Office: GT 535b                        Telephone: 801-863-8627                           bachelor of fine arts (bfa) Requirements:
    Telephone: 801-863-8262
                                                                                             This degree is for those with exceptional
  Sculpture/Ceramics: Mark Talbert    PRoGRam DescRiPtion                                    abilities in art and visual communications. In
    Office: GT 338                                                                           order to apply to the BFA, students must first
                                      The Department of Art and Visual
    Telephone: 801-863-6270                                                                  meet the core class requirements (consult
                                      Communications prepares students for careers
                                                                                             with your academic advisor for details) in the
                                      in applied arts, fine arts and art education.
                                                                                             AVC Department and submit a portfolio for
faculty:                              Training is provided for both 2-dimensional
                                                                                             departmental BFA review. Students desiring to
                                      and 3-dimensional art in a variety of media.
  Professor                                                                                  participate in the review should submit a letter
                                      Professional training is provided in the areas of
    Steve Bule                                                                               of intent by Thursday, February 21st to the AVC
                                      graphic design, illustration, photography, painting/
    Bob DeWitt                                                                               offices in GT 535. Portfolios will be due on
                                      drawing and sculpture/ceramics through the
    Catherine Downing                                                                        Thursday, March 7th. Acceptance into the BFA
                                      BFA degree. The BFA degree is a competitive
  Associate Professor                                                                        is based on the portfolio review, overall GPA of
                                      program for those with above average abilities in
    Jim Godfrey                                                                              2.0 or above with 3.0 GPA or above in ART and
                                      art and requires students to specialize in one of
    Susan Parkinson                                                                          ARTH courses. Courses within the student’s area
                                      the aforementioned areas. The BA/BS degrees
    Rand Smith                                                                               of emphasis must be completed with a C grade
                                      are general degrees that allow students to study
    Perry Stewart                                                                            or above. For graduation with a BFA degree,
                                      various aspects of art and visual communications
    Mark Talbert                                                                             students must maintain the grade requirements
                                      and are open to all. The Bachelor of Science
    Marcus Vincent                                                                           listed above and receive a B grade or above for
                                      in Art Education helps prepare students to
  Assistant Professor                                                                        ART 499R BFA Project. For more information,
                                      teach in secondary schools. Some of our 1000
    Ray Elder                                                                                contact the Academic Advisors. Those not
                                      level courses also fulfill general education
    Howard Fullmer                                                                           accepted into the program may apply up to 2
                                      requirements.
    Brian Jensen                                                                             additional times for admission. A review is held
    Travis Lovell                                                                            in the fall for students who were not accepted in
    John Rees                                                                                the spring. Students not accepted into the BFA
                                      caReeR oPPoRtunities                                   program, or who are unable to fulfill the above
    Lori Santos
    Don Seegmiller                    Our degrees prepare students for various career        requirements, may still pursue the more general
    Tawni Shuler                      opportunities, some of which are delineated            BA/BS degrees.
    Nancy Steele-Makasci              below.
    Patrick Wilkey
  Lecturer                            fine arts: Painting/Drawing, sculpture/                GRaDuation ReQuiRement:
    Courtney Davis                    ceramics, Photography                                  PoRtfolio submission
    Tyrone Gibson                     Students are prepared to compete in the                To ensure that faculty and programs at UVU are
                                      arts arena typically via self-employment by            adequately teaching and preparing students for
                                      promoting their work through galleries, museums,       professional careers and/or further schooling,

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the Art and Visual Communications Department                         • ART 3220        Conceptual Illustration(3.0)                  4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
has implemented a graduating student portfolio                       • ART 327R        Rendering the Human Head (3.0)                  requirements.
                                                                                                                                     5 Portfolio Submission.
submission. All students completing a degree in
                                                                                                                                     6 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of
the Art and Visual Communications Department                        emphasis in Graphic Design                       33 credits        course work from one language.
are required to submit a portfolio for faculty/                     Emphasis Requirements:                          24 Credits
                                                                     •   ART 1410      Typography and Layout I                3.0
professional review prior to graduation. Results
are kept confidential and are used only to help
                                                                     •
                                                                     •
                                                                         ART 1420
                                                                         ART 2400
                                                                                       Introduction to Graphic Design
                                                                                       Digital Prepress
                                                                                                                              3.0
                                                                                                                              3.0
                                                                                                                                    as Pre-major in art and
modify and improve curriculum and teaching.                          •   ART 2410      Typography and Layout II               3.0   Visual communications                         62 Credits
Consult with your academic advisor for details of                    •   ART 2430      Graphic Design I                       3.0   General Education Requirements:               35 Credits
                                                                     •   ART 2450      Digital Imaging I                      3.0    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
deadlines and requirements to make certain all                                                                                       • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                                                                     •   ART 2460      Interactive Design I                   3.0
AVC degree graduation requirements are met.                          •   ART 200R      Art and Visual Communications          3.0                      Social Sciences
                                                                                       Lectures (1.0)                               Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                                    Emphasis Elective Requirements:                  9 Credits       • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
Certificate in art and                                              Complete 9 credits from any ART/ARTH courses not          9.0    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
Visual communications                              30 Credits       previously used.                                                 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
Discipline Core Requirements:                      18 Credits                                                                       Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 •    ART 1120      2D Design                                3.0                                                                     • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 •    ART 1400      Graphic Computer Applications            3.0    emphasis in Photography                          33 credits     and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 •    ART 1110      Drawing I                                3.0    Emphasis Requirements:                          21 Credits       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 •    ART 1050      Photography I                            3.0     •   ART 1790      Dark Room Techniques                   3.0    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 •    ARTH 2710     History of Art to the                            •   ART 2450      Digital Imaging I                      3.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                    Renaissance(3.0)                                 •   ART 2700      Photography II                         3.0    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
 or ARTH 2720       History of Art from the Renaissance      3.0     •   ART 2720      Color Photography                      3.0   Complete the following:
 • ART 1130         3 D Design                               3.0     •   ART 2730      Photographic Lighting I                3.0    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
Elective Requirements:                             12 Credits        •   ART 200R      Art and Visual Communications          3.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0
 • Any ART course not already taken (See                    12.0                       Lectures (1.0)                                or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
   Department Advisor).                                              • ARTH 3200       The History of Photography             3.0   Distribution Courses
Graduation Requirements:                                            Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 12 Credits       • Biology                                              3.0
                                                                    Complete 12 credits of any ART/ARTH courses not          12.0    • Physical Science                                     3.0
 1 Portfolio Submission
                                                                    previously used. Students are STRONGLY ADVISED                   • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0
                                                                    to fulfill part of this requirement with the following           • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
                                                                                                                                     • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance          3.0
aas in art and                                                      courses:
                                                                      • ART 1410            Typography and Layout I (3.0)            • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0
Visual communications                              64 Credits         • ART 2460            Interactive Design I (3.0)              Discipline Core Requirements:                 18 Credits
General Education Requirements:                    16 Credits         • ART 2710            Documentary Photography (3.0)            •   ART 1050     Photography I                         3.0
 •    ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                3.0            • ART 3750            Advanced Digital Imaging(3.0)            •   ART 1110     Drawing I                             3.0
 •    MAT 1010       Intermediate Algebra* (4.0)                                                                                     •   ART 1120     2D Design                             3.0
 or   ACC 1150       Fundamentals of Business Math*    3.0                                                                           •   ART 1130     3 D Design                            3.0
 •    Social or Behavioral Science                     3.0          aa Pre-major in art and                                          •   ART 1400     Graphic Computer Applications         3.0
 •
 •
      Biology or Physical Science
      P.E. or Health
                                                       3.0
                                                       1.0
                                                                    Visual communications                           61 Credits
                                                                                                                                     •   ARTH 2720    History of Art from the Renaissance
                                                                                                                                    Elective Requirements:                         9 Credits
                                                                                                                                                                                            3.0

 •    ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance (3.0)             General Education Requirements:                 35 Credits      Complete a minimum of 9 credits from any ART/ARTH       9.0
 or   ARTH 2720 History of Art from the Renaissance 3.0              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0   Course not already required. Courses relative to the
                                                                     • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/      3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:                      15 Credits                                                                       type of Bachelors Degree you plan to pursue are
                                                                                       Social Sciences
 • ART 1120       2D Design                                  3.0                                                                    recommended. (See department advisor for
                                                                     or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
 • ART 1400       Graphic Computer Applications              3.0                                                                    appropriate courses.)
                                                                                       Technology (3.0)
 • ART 1110       Drawing I                                  3.0
                                                                    Complete one of the following:                            3.0
                                                                                                                                    Graduation Requirements:
 • ART 1050       Photography I                              3.0                                                                     1 Completion of a minimum of 62 semester credits.
                                                                     • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
 • ART 1130       3 D Design                                 3.0                                                                     2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                     • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
Emphasis:                                                                                                                              (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                     • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
Complete one of the following:                                                                                                       3 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                    Complete one of the following:                            3.0
 • Design/Illustration                                      33.0                                                                       course attendance at UVU.
                                                                     • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 • Graphic Design                                           33.0                                                                     4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                    and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 • Photography                                              33.0                                                                       requirements.
                                                                     • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
Graduation Requirements:                                             • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                                                                                                     5 Portfolio Submission.
 1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits.
                                                                     • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                     • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
    (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                    Complete the following:                                         ba in art and
 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
    course attendance at UVU.
                                                                     • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0   Visual communications                       120 Credits
                                                                     • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                 2.0   General Education Requirements:               36 Credits
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                     or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                        • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
    requirements.                                                   Distribution Courses
 5 Portfolio Submission.                                                                                                             • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                                                                     • Biology                                                3.0                      Social Sciences
Footnotes:                                                           • Physical Science                                       3.0
 * See AVC advisor                                                                                                                   or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                                     • Additional Biology or Physical Science                 3.0                      Technology (3.0)
                                                                     • Humanities Distribution                                3.0   Complete one of the following:                          3.0
emphasis in Design/illustration                     33 credits       • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance            3.0    • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                             21 Credits        • Social/Behavioral Science                              3.0    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
 •    ART 2210      Drawing for Illustration                 3.0    Discipline Core Requirements:                   18 Credits       • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
 •    ART 2230      Illustrative Media and Techniques I      3.0     •   ART 1050      Photography I                          3.0   Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 •    ART 2240      Illustrative Media and Techniques II     3.0     •   ART 1110      Drawing I                              3.0    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 •    ART 2460      Interactive Design I                     3.0     •   ART 1120      2D Design                              3.0   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 •    ART 2630      Painting I                               3.0     •   ART 1130      3 D Design                             3.0    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 or   ART 1650      Watermedia I (3.0)                               •   ART 1400      Graphic Computer Applications          3.0    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 •    ART 2640      Painting II                              3.0     •   ARTH 2720     History of Art from the Renaissance    3.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
 or   ART 2650      Watermedia II (3.0)                             Elective Requirements:                           8 Credits       • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
 •    ART 200R      Art and Visual Communications            3.0     • Complete 8 credits of the same Foreign Language 8.0          Complete the following:
                    Lectures (1.0)                                  Graduation Requirements:                                         • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                    12 Credits        1 Completion of a minimum of 61 semester credits.               • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0
Complete 12 credits of any ART/ARTH courses not              12.0    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above               or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
previously used. Students are STRONGLY ADVISED to                      (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                      Distribution Courses
fulfill part of this requirement with the following courses:         3 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through          • Biology                                              3.0
  • ART 2450            Digital Imaging I (3.0)                        course attendance at UVU.                                     • Physical Science                                     3.0
  • ART 3210            Narrative Illustration (3.0)                                                                                 • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0



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 • Humanities Distribution (fulfilled with Foreign      4.0    3 Residency hours- minimum of 30 credit hours through           2 Overall grade point average of 2.75 or higher with no
   Language 202G/2020)                                           course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours                grade lower than B- in Secondary Education courses.
 • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance          3.0      earned in the last 45 hours.                                  3 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                     requirements.
Discipline Core Requirements:                  63 Credits        requirements.                                                 4 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 •   ART 1050       Photography I                       3.0    5 Portfolio Submission.                                           Intercultural course.
 •   ART 1110       Drawing I                           3.0    6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 •   ART 1120       2D Design                           3.0      Intercultural course.
 •   ART 1130       3 D Design                          3.0                                                                   bfa in art and
 •
 •
     ART 1400
     ART 200R
                    Graphic Computer Applications
                    Art and Visual Communications
                                                        3.0
                                                        3.0   bs in art education                           120 Credits
                                                                                                                              Visual communications                       122 Credits
                    Lectures (1.0)
                                                                                                                              Matriculation Requirements:
                                                              Matriculation Requirements:                                      1 AA, AS, or AAS Degree or equivalent in Art and Visual
  • ART 4890        Senior Seminar                     3.0    Students will apply for formal admission to the Secondary          Communication or advisor approval
  • ARTH 2720 History of Art from the Renaissance      3.0    Ed program in the semester prior to the beginning of their       2 Portfolio Review
Complete an additional 39 ART/ARTH upper division     39.0    junior year. Admission criteria include:
credits not already taken.                                                                                                    General Education Requirements:              35 Credits
                                                                1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)     • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
Elective Requirements:                         21 Credits          composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
 • One Foreign Language                                12.0        lower than 19.                                                                Social Sciences
 • Complete any courses 1000 level or higher            9.0     2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                       or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
Graduation Requirements:                                        3 Completion of all General Education requirements and                           Technology (3.0)
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.                two pre-professional education courses.                    Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.             4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education               • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                         Selection and Retention Committee.                                            (recommended for Humanities or
 3 Residency hours- minimum of 30 credit hours through          5 Pass a criminal background check.                                              Arts majors) (3.0)
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours in the    General Education Requirements:                 35 Credits       • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
   last 45 hours.                                              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0                       (recommended for Social Science
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                 • ENGL 2010        Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0                       majors) (3.0)
   requirements.                                                                 Social Sciences                               • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for
 5 Portfolio Submission.                                       or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                                    Business, Education, Science, and
 6 For the BA degree, completion of 16 credit hours of                           Technology (3.0)                                                Health Professions majors) (4.0)
   course work from one language to include the 1010,         Complete one of the following:                           3.0    Complete one of the following:                          3.0
   1020, 2010, and 202G/2020 levels or transferred             • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                        • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
   equivalents.                                                • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)                   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 7 Successful completion of at least one Global/               • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)                               • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
   Intercultural course.                                      Complete one of the following:                           3.0     • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                               • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                            • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                              and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                   • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
bs in art and                                                  • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                        Complete the following:
Visual communications                       120 Credits        • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                               • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                                                                                               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
General Education Requirements:                35 Credits                                                                      • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                               • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                  or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
                                                              Complete the following:                                         Distribution Courses
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                                                               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0     • Biology                                               3.0
                   Social Sciences
                                                               • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                  • Physical Science                                      3.0
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                               or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0     • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0
                   Technology (3.0)
                                                              Distribution Courses                                             • Humanities Distribution                               3.0
Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                               • Biology                                               3.0     • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance           3.0
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
                                                               • Physical Science                                      3.0     • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
                                                               • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0    Discipline Core Requirements:                27 Credits
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
                                                               • Humanities Distribution                               3.0     •   ART 1050     Photography I                         3.0
Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                               • Fine Arts                                             3.0     •   ART 1110     Drawing I                             3.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                               • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0     •   ART 1120     2D Design                             3.0
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      Discipline Core Requirements:                   85 Credits       •   ART 1130     3 D Design                            3.0
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   •   ART 1050     Photography I                          3.0     •   ART 1400     Graphic Computer Applications         3.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           •   ART 1110     Drawing I                              3.0     •   ART 200R     Art and Visual Communications         3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                •   ART 1120     2D Design                              3.0                      Lectures (Must be taken 3 times)
Complete the following:                                        •   ART 1130     3 D Design                             3.0                      (1.0)
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    •   ART 1400     Graphic Computer Applications          3.0     • ART 499R       BFA Project (must be taken in two     6.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0    •   ART 1650     Watermedia I                           3.0                      consecutive semesters) (3.0) *
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                      •   ART 2630     Painting I                             3.0     • ARTH 2720      History of Art from the Renaissance   3.0
Distribution Course                                            •   ART 2680     Printmaking I                          3.0    Emphasis:
 • Biology                                              3.0    •   ART 3500     Secondary Art Education Methods I      3.0    Complete one of the following:
 • Physical Science                                     3.0    •   ART 3510     Secondary Art Education Methods        3.0     • Graphic Design                                       51.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0                     II                                             • Illustration                                         51.0
 • Humanities Distribution                              3.0    • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance           3.0     • Painting and Drawing                                 51.0
 • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance          3.0    • ARTH 2720 History of Art from the Renaissance         3.0     • Photography                                          51.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0    • ART 200R       Art and Visual Communications          2.0     • Sculpture and Ceramics                               51.0
                                                                                Lectures (must be repeated) (1.0)             Elective Requirements:                         9 Credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                  72 Credits
                                                               • Two upper-division ARTH classes                       6.0     • Complete any ART/ARTH courses not already             9.0
 •   ART 1050     Photography I                         3.0
                                                               • Three advisor-approved ART courses                    9.0       used.
 •   ART 1110     Drawing I                             3.0
                                                              Prerequisite Secondary Education Requirements:
 •   ART 1120     2D Design                             3.0                                                                   Graduation Requirements:
                                                               • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                        2.0
 •   ART 1130     3 D Design                            3.0                                                                    1 Completion of a minimum of 122 semester credits.
                                                              Secondary Education Licensure Requirements:
 •   ART 1400     Graphic Computer Applications         3.0                                                                    2 Overall GPA of 2.0 or above with 3.0 GPA or above in
                                                               • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                      3.0
 •   ART 200R     Art and Visual Communications         3.0                                                                       ART & ARTH courses. Courses within the student¹s
                                                               • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education           2.0
                  Lectures (1.0)                                                                                                  area of emphasis must be completed with a C grade
                                                               • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                         2.0
 • ART 4890       Senior Seminar                       3.0                                                                        or above.
                                                               • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                      2.0
 • ARTH 2720 History of Art from the Renaissance       3.0                                                                     3 Residency hours--minimum of 30 credit hours through
                                                               • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                     2.0
 • Complete 48 credits from any ART/ARTH courses      48.0                                                                        course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
                                                               • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing            3.0
   not already taken, of which 39 credits must be                                                                                 earned in the last 45 hours.
                                                               • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL               3.0
   upper division.                                                                                                             4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                               • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction            3.0
Elective Requirements:                         13 Credits                       and Assessment
                                                                                                                                  requirements.
 • Complete any courses 1000 level or higher           13.0                                                                    5 Portfolio review required during senior year.
                                                               • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)          10.0
Graduation Requirements:                                                                                                       6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
                                                              Graduation Requirements:                                            Intercultural course.
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.            1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits, with
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.                                                                           Footnote
                                                                 a minimum of 40 credits of upper division credit.             * Must be completed with a grade B or higher.
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)



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emphasis in Graphic Design                        51 credits      • ART 311R        Drawing III (must be taken twice) (3.0)           • ARTH 3050 Baroque Art and Architecture
                                                                  • ART 411R        Drawing IV (must be taken twice) (3.0)                        History (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                           42 Credits      Waternedia                                                           • ARTH 3060 Nineteenth-Century Art History (3.0)
 •    ART 1410    Typography and Layout I                3.0
                                                                  • ART 365R        Watermedia III (must be taken                     • ARTH 3070 Twentieth Century Art and
 •    ART 1420    Introduction to Graphic Design         3.0
                                                                                    twice) (3.0)                                                  Architectural History (3.0)
 •    ART 2400    Digital Prepress                       3.0
                                                                  • ART 465R        Watermedia IV (must be taken                      • ARTH 391R Art History Seminar (3.0)
 •    ART 2410    Typography and Layout II               3.0
                                                                                    twice) (3.0)
 •    ART 2430    Graphic Design I                       3.0
                                                                 Painting
 •    ART 2450    Digital Imaging I                      3.0                                                                         emphasis in Graphic Design                     18 credits
                                                                  • ART 363R        Painting III (must be taken twice) (3.0)
 •    ART 2460    Interactive Design I                   3.0                                                                         Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
                                                                  • ART 463R        Painting IV (must be taken twice) (3.0)
 •    ARTH 3010   History of Design and Visual Arts (3.0)                                                                             • ART 1400       Graphic Computer Applications         3.0
                                                                 Printmaking
 or   ARTH 3070   Twentieth Century Art and              3.0                                                                          • ART 1410       Typography and Layout I               3.0
                                                                  • ART 368R       Printmaking III (must be taken
                  Architectural History                                                                                               • ART 2430       Graphic Design I                      3.0
                                                                                   twice) (3.0)
Complete 18 credits from the following:                18.0                                                                          Complete 9 credits from the following courses:          9.0
                                                                  • ART 468R       Printmaking IV (must be taken
 • ART 3410       Advanced Typography Layout (3.0)                                                                                    • ART 3430       Graphic Design II (3.0)
                                                                                   twice) (3.0)
 • ART 3430       Graphic Design II (3.0)                                                                                             • ART 346R       Interactive Design II (3.0)
                                                                 Complete 6.0 elective credits from upper-division             6.0
 • ART 346R       Interactive Design II (3.0)                                                                                         • ART 3470       Digital Painting for Graphic Design
                                                                 Painting/Drawing 2D courses not previously taken.
 • ART 3470       Digital Painting for Graphic Design                                                                                                  (3.0)
                  (3.0)                                                                                                               • ART 443R       Special Topics in Graphic Design
 • ART 443R       Special Topics in Graphic Design               emphasis in Photography                          51 credits                           (3.0)
                  (3.0)
 • ART 446R       Advanced Interactive Design (3.0)
                                                                 Emphasis Requirements:                          18 Credits
                                                                 Complete the following:
 • ART 449R       Advanced Graphic Design Studio                                                                                     emphasis in Photography                        21 credits
                                                                  • ART 1790       Dark Room Techniques                        3.0
                  (3.0)                                                                                                              Emphasis Requirements:                        21 Credits
                                                                  • ART 2450       Digital Imaging I                           3.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                   9 Credits       • ART 2700       Photography II                              3.0    • ART 1050       Photography I                         3.0
 • Complete any upper-division ART or ARTH course 9.0             • ART 2710       Documentary Photography                     3.0    • ART 2700       Photography II                        3.0
   not already completed or any advisor approved                  • ART 2720       Color Photography                           3.0    • ART 2710       Documentary Photography               3.0
   courses                                                        • ART 2730       Photographic Lighting I                     3.0    • ART 2720       Color Photography                     3.0
                                                                 Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 33 Credits          Complete 9 credits from the following courses:          9.0
                                                                  • ARTH 3010     History of Design and Visual Arts                   • ART 371R       Historical Photographic Processes
emphasis in illustration                          51 credits                                                                                           (may be repeated once) (3.0)
                                                                                  (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                           42 Credits       or   ARTH 3070 Twentieth Century Art and                     3.0    • ART 471R       Photographic Illustration (3.0)
 •    ART 2210     Drawing for Illustration                3.0                                                                        • ART 474R       Advanced Photo Studies (3.0)
                                                                                  Architectural History
 •    ART 2220     Imagination and Visual Literacy         3.0
                                                                  •    ARTH 3200 The History of Photography                    3.0
 •    ART 2230     Illustrative Media and Techniques I     3.0
                                                                  •    ART 371R   Historical Photographic Processes            3.0
 •
 •
      ART 2240
      ART 2260
                   Illustrative Media and Techniques II
                   Digital Painting for Illustration I
                                                           3.0
                                                           3.0
                                                                  •    ART 3730   Studio and Product Photography               3.0   bs in
 •    ART 2270     Anatomy and Figure Structure            3.0
                                                                  •    ART 3740   Fine Art Photography                         3.0   technology management                        124 Credits
                                                                  •    ART 3750   Digital Imaging II                           3.0   The following Technical Area is available (see the
 •    ART 3210     Narrative Illustration                  3.0
                                                                  •    ART 471R   Photographic Illustration                    3.0   Technology Management section of this catalog for
 •    ART 3220     Conceptual Illustration                 3.0
                                                                  •    ART 474R   Advanced Photo Studies                       3.0   complete degree requirement listings.)
 •    ART 3260     Digital Painting for Illustration II    3.0
                                                                  •    ART 4750   Exploratory and Alternative                  3.0
 •    ART 327R     Rendering the Human Head                3.0
                                                                                  Photography
 •    ART 361R     Figure Drawing                          3.0
                                                                  •    ART/ARTH Upper Division Electives                       3.0   emphasis in
 •    ART 421R     Advanced Illustration                   3.0                                                                       art and Visual communications                  45 credits
 •    ART 470R     Advanced Figure Drawing                 3.0
 •    ARTH 2780    The History of Illustration             3.0
                                                                                                                                     Specialty Requirements:                       45 Credits
                                                                 emphasis in sculpture and ceramics 51 credits                          • ART 1120       2 D Design                         3.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                   9 Credits      Emphasis Requirements:                 45 Credits                      • ART 1400       Graphic Computer Applications      3.0
Students may choose a Traditional or Entertainment         9.0
track, and take 9 credits in one of those two tracks.
                                                                 Students emphasizing 3-D art complete the following                    • ART 1110       Drawing I                          3.0
                                                                 (either ART 334R or ART 335R must be repeated):                     Complete an additional 36 credits from the AVC        36.0
Traditional Track:                                                                                                                   courses.
  • ART 324R        Children's Book Illustration (3.0)            •    ART 1340      Sculpture I                               3.0
                                                                  •    ART 1350      Ceramics I                                3.0   Notes:
  • ART 328R        Painting the Human Head (3.0)                                                                                    No upper division Technology Management (i.e. Technology
  • ART 364R        Figure Painting (3.0)                         •    ART 1650      Watermedia I                              3.0
                                                                  •    ART 2340      Sculpture II                              3.0   Management or Business Management) course work older
Entertainment Track:                                                                                                                 than six years can be counted toward graduation.
  • ART 3230        3-D Computer Modeling (3.0)                   •    ART 2350      Ceramics II                               3.0
                                                                  •    ART 2630      Painting I                                3.0   If student chooses HIST 2700 and HIST 2710, the additional
  • ART 325R        Flash Animation for Illustration (3.0)                                                                           three hours may be used towards a social science
  • ART 4230        Advanced 3D Computer Modeling                 •    ART 2680      Printmaking I                             3.0
                                                                  •    ART 3800      Low-Fire Ceramics                         3.0   distribution requirement.
                    (3.0)
  • ART 426R        Concept Design I (3.0)                        •    ART 3810      Ceramic Technologies                      3.0
  • ART 427R        Concept Design II (3.0)                       •    ART 4360      Mold Making and Casting                   3.0
                                                                  •    ART 4370      Hand Building Ceramics                    3.0
                                                                  •    ART 3005      Ceramic History Trends and                3.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
emphasis in Painting and Drawing       51 credits                                    Practices                                       for detailed course information. This department
Emphasis Requirements:                33 Credits                 Complete 9.0 credits of the following, with no more           9.0   manages the following course prefixes:
Students emphasizing a 2-D area complete the                     than 6.0 credits in one course.
                                                                   • ART 334R        Sculpture III (3.0)
following:                                                         • ART 335R        Ceramics III (3.0)                              - ART, Art
 •    ART 1650   Watermedia I                              3.0                                                                       - ARTH, Art History
                                                                 Emphasis Elective Requirements:                   6 Credits
 •    ART 2110   Drawing II                                3.0
                                                                  • Two upper-division Art History classes (6 credits)         6.0
 •    ART 2620   Color Theory                              3.0
 •    ART 2630   Painting I                                3.0
 •
 •
      ART 2640
      ART 2650
                 Painting II
                 Watermedia II
                                                           3.0
                                                           3.0
                                                                 ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
                                                                 The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
 •    ART 2680   Printmaking I                             3.0   the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
 •    ART 2690   Printmaking II                            3.0   degree requirement listings.)
 •    ARTH 3070  Twentieth Century Art and                 3.0
                 Architectural History
Complete two classes from the following:                   6.0   emphasis in art history                          18 credits
 • ARTH 3020 Classical Art and Architecture                      Emphasis Requirements:                          18 Credits
                 History (3.0)                                    • ARTH 2710 History of Art to the Renaissance   3.0
 • ARTH 3030 Medieval Art and Architecture                        • ARTH 2720 History of Art from the Renaissance 3.0
                 History (3.0)                                   Complete 12 credits from the following courses: 12.0
 • ARTH 3040 Renaissance Art History (3.0)                        • ARTH 3015 Ancient Art of Egypt and the Near
 • ARTH 3050 Baroque Art and Architecture                                          East (3.0)
                 History (3.0)                                    • ARTH 3020 Classical Art and Architecture
 • ARTH 3060 Nineteenth-Century Art History (3.0)                                  History (3.0)
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                  18 Credits       • ARTH 3030 Medieval Art and Architecture
Complete one specialization for a total of 12 credits.    12.0                     History (3.0)
Drawing                                                           • ARTH 3040 Renaissance Art History (3.0)


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                                                                                                                                       Automotive Technology
                                                       Science Degree, an Associate in Science, and the
           Automotive
                                                                                                                        • AUT 201L       Automotive Service Practicum
                                                       Bachelor of Science in Technology Management                                      Engine Performance and Steering
                                                                                                                                         Suspension (2.0)
                                                       degree.
           Technology
                                                                                                                        • AUT 202L       Automotive Service Practicum
                                                                                                                                         Emission Controls and Chassis
                                                       Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0                                   Electronics (2.0)
                                                       “C” or above is required for graduation.                         • AUT 203L       Automotive Service Practicum
                                                                                                                                         Brake Systems and Transmission
Department chair: Don Wilson                                                                                                             Controls (2.0)
                                                       Certificate in                                                   • AUT 204L       Automotive Service Practicum
  Office: SA 325                                       automotive technology                          32 Credits                         Fuel Management Systems and
  Telephone: 801-863-8124                              Discipline Core Requirements:                  32 Credits                         HVACR (2.0)
                                                        •   AUT 1110       Brake Systems                         2.0    • AUT 281R       Cooperative Work Expereince (1.0)
                                                        •   AUT 111L       Brake Systems Lab                     1.0   Graduation Requirements:
administrative support: katreena Davis                  •   AUT 1120       Manual Power Trains                   2.0    1 Completion of a minimum of 56 semester hours.
                                                        •   AUT 112L       Manual Power Trains Lab               1.0    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
  Office: SA 325                                        •   AUT 1130       Engine Repair                         2.0      (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
  Telephone: 801-863-8349                               •   AUT 113L       Engine Repair Lab                     1.0    3 Completion of specified departmental requirements.
                                                        •   AUT 1160       Automotive Electrical Systems         2.0
                                                        •   AUT 116L       Automotive Electrical Systems Lab     1.0
Program coordinator: todd low                           •   AUT 1170       Engine Electrical Systems             2.0   aas in
  Office: SA 321a                                       •   AUT 117L       Engine Electrical Systems Lab         1.0   automotive technology                         64 Credits
                                                        •   AUT 1210       Suspension and Steering Systems       2.0   General Education Requirements:               16 Credits
  Telephone: 801-863-6434 or 801-863-8349               •   AUT 121L       Suspension and Steering Systems       1.0    • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                      3.0
                                                                           Lab                                          • AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics                3.0
                                                        •   AUT 1220       Automatic Transmissions and           2.0    • Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign        3.0
faculty:                                                                   Transaxles                                     Language Distribution Course
                                                        •   AUT 122L       Automatic Transmissions and           1.0
  Professor                                                                Transaxles Lab
                                                                                                                        • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or           3.0
                                                                                                                          Political Science Distribution Course
    Todd Low                                            •   AUT 1230       Engine Performance                    2.0    • Any approved Biology or Physical Science              3.0
  Associate Professor                                   •   AUT 123L       Engine Performance Lab                1.0      Distribution Course
                                                        •   AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics               3.0    • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety,      1.0
    Paul Bean                                           •   MGMT 2200 Business Communication                     3.0      or Environment Course
    Robert Campbell                                     •   Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or          2.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                 48 Credits
  Assistant Professor                                       Political Science Distribution course                       •   AUT 1110     Brake Systems                          2.0
                                                       Graduation Requirements:                                         •   AUT 111L     Brake Systems Lab                      1.0
    Kent Walker                                         1 Completion of a minimum of 32 semester credits                •   AUT 1120     Manual Power Trains                    2.0
                                                        2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.              •   AUT 112L     Manual Power Trains Lab                1.0
                                                          (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                       •   AUT 1130     Engine Repair                          2.0
advisor:                                                3 Completion of specified departmental requirements             •   AUT 113L     Engine Repair Lab                      1.0
  Carrie Peterson                                                                                                       •   AUT 1160     Automotive Electrical Systems          2.0
    Office: CS 635                                                                                                      •   AUT 116L     Automotive Electrical Systems Lab      1.0
                                                       Diploma in                                                       •   AUT 1170     Engine Electrical Systems              2.0
    Telephone: 801-863-7454                            automotive technology                          56 Credits        •   AUT 117L     Engine Electrical Systems Lab          1.0
                                                       Discipline Core Requirements:                  56 Credits        •   AUT 1210     Suspension and Steering Systems        2.0
                                                        •   AUT 1110      Brake Systems                          2.0    •   AUT 121L     Suspension and Steering Systems        1.0
advisory committee:                                                                                                                      Lab
                                                        •   AUT 111L      Brake Systems Lab                      1.0
Gil Gonzales, MPI; John Pagnanelli, MPI; Dave           •   AUT 1120      Manual Power Trains                    2.0    • AUT 1220       Automatic Transmissions and            2.0
                                                        •   AUT 112L      Manual Power Trains Lab                1.0                     Transaxles
Johnson, DJ Auto; Mel Fergerson, LKQ; JT                                                                                • AUT 122L       Automatic Transmissions and            1.0
                                                        •   AUT 1130      Engine Repair                          2.0
Collette, Payson High School; Mike Powell,              •   AUT 113L      Engine Repair Lab                      1.0                     Transaxles Lab
Torque Shop; Orrin Nelson, Community Member.            •   AUT 1160      Automotive Electrical Systems          2.0    • AUT 1230       Engine Performance                     2.0
                                                        •   AUT 116L      Automotive Electrical Systems Lab      1.0    • AUT 123L       Engine Performance Lab                 1.0
college of technology & computing                       •   AUT 1170      Engine Electrical Systems              2.0    • AUT 2110       Advanced Steering Suspension and       2.0
                                                        •   AUT 117L      Engine Electrical Systems Lab          1.0                     Alignment
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                    •   AUT 1210      Suspension and Steering Systems        2.0    • AUT 2120       Advanced Engine Performance            2.0
    Office: CS 720                                      •   AUT 121L      Suspension and Steering Systems        1.0    • AUT 2130       Advanced Emission Control              2.0
                                                                          Lab                                                            Systems
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                             • AUT 1220        Automatic Transmissions and            2.0    • AUT 2140       Chassis Electrical and Electronics     2.0
                                                                          Transaxles                                                     Systems
                                                        • AUT 122L        Automatic Transmissions and            1.0    • AUT 2210       Advanced Braking and Control           2.0
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                                      Transaxles Lab                                                 Systems
                                                        • AUT 1230        Engine Performance                     2.0    • AUT 2220       Automatic Transmissions and            2.0
Recognizing that a successful career in                                                                                                  Electronic Controls
                                                        • AUT 123L        Engine Performance Lab                 1.0
automotive technology involves much more than           • AUT 2110        Advanced Steering Suspension and       2.0    • AUT 2240       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0
mechanical ability to replace parts, Utah Valley                          Alignment                                                      and Refrigeration Theory
                                                                                                                        • AUT 2250       Electronic Fuel Management
University has designed this curriculum for the         • AUT 2120        Advanced Engine Performance            2.0
                                                        • AUT 2130        Advanced Emission Control              2.0                     Systems
individual who has ability and aptitude to become                                                                       or AUT 2350      Electronic Diesel Fuel Management      2.0
                                                                          Systems
a skilled automotive technician. Opportunities are      • AUT 2140        Chassis Electrical and Electronics     2.0                     Systems
available in: general automotive repair, steering/                        Systems                                      Complete 8 credits from the following:                   8.0
                                                                                                                        • AUT 201L       Automotive Service Practicum
suspension and alignment, tune-up, cooling              • AUT 2210        Advanced Braking and Control           2.0
                                                                          Systems                                                        Engine Performance and Steering
system and air conditioning, brakes, engine                                                                                              Suspension (2.0)
                                                        • AUT 2220        Automatic Transmissions and            2.0
rebuilding, automatic and manual transmissions,                           Electronic Controls                           • AUT 202L       Automotive Service Practicum
computerized electronic ignition and fuel injection,    • AUT 2240        Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0                     Emission Controls and Chassis
                                                                                                                                         Electronics (2.0)
and emission controls. Training for service                               and Refrigeration Theory
                                                        • AUT 2250        Electronic Fuel Management                    • AUT 203L       Automotive Service Practicum
advisors, shop foreman, and shop managers is                                                                                             Brake Systems and Transmission
                                                                          Systems
also provided.                                          or AUT 2350       Electronic Diesel Fuel Management      2.0                     Controls (2.0)
                                                                          Systems                                       • AUT 204L       Automotive Service Practicum
                                                        • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                       3.0                     Fuel Management Systems and
                                                        • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or            2.0                     HVACR (2.0)
PRoGRams                                                   Political Science Distribution Course                        • AUT 281R       Cooperative Work Experience (1.0)
                                                        • AUT 1260        Tech Math for Mechanics                3.0   Graduation Requirements:
Five options are available: a One-Year Certificate,    Complete 8 credits from the following:                    8.0    1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits
a Two-Year Diploma, an Associate in Applied

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 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.            • AUT 2130       Advanced Emission Control              2.0
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                                      Systems
 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through         • AUT 2140       Chassis Electrical and Electronics     2.0
   course attendance at UVU                                                     Systems
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                 • AUT 2210       Advanced Braking and Control           2.0
   requirements                                                                 Systems
                                                               • AUT 2220       Automatic Transmissions and            2.0
                                                                                Electronic Controls
as Pre-major in                                                • AUT 2240       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0
automotive technology                           60 Credits     • AUT 2250
                                                                                and Refrigeration Theory
                                                                                Electronic Fuel Management
General Education Requirements:                 35 Credits                      Systems
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    or AUT 2350      Electronic Diesel Fuel Management      2.0
 • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and    3.0                     Systems
                   Technology                                 Complete 5 credits from the following:                   5.0
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                • AUT 201L       Automotive Service Practicum
                   Technology (3.0)                                             Engine Performance and Steering
Complete one of the following:                          3.0                     Suspension (2.0)
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                      • AUT 202L       Automotive Service Practicum
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)                                   Emission Controls and Chassis
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)                                              Electronics (2.0)
Complete one of the following:                          3.0    • AUT 203L       Automotive Service Practicum
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                            Brake Systems and Transmission
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                           Controls (2.0)
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                 • AUT 204L       Automotive Service Practicum
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                                        Fuel Management Systems and
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                    HVACR (2.0)
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • AUT 281R       Cooperative Work Expereince (1.0)
Complete the following:
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0
Distribution Courses                                          Due to the technical nature of the material in AUT
 • Biology                                              3.0   courses, additional reading and math instruction
 • Physical Science                                     3.0   may be required. More information will be given
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0   during advisement.
 • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0   Recommended Automotive Courses
Discipline Core Requirements:                   16 Credits    The following course is recommended for students who
 • Choose from AUT or related 1000 level of higher     16.0   would like to learn more about the operation and
   courses                                                    maintenance of their vehicle.
Elective Requirements:                           9 Credits      • AUT 1000        Survey of Automotive Technology      2.0
 • Choose electives from 1000 level or higher           9.0   The following course is recommended for students with
   courses                                                    automotive engine experience wanting additional learning
Graduation Requirements:                                      opportunities related to increased horsepower or for the
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.            street rod enthusiast.
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.             • AUT 3230        High Performance Engines             3.0
   (Departments may require higher GPA.)
 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
   course attendance at UVU.
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
   requirements.                                              for detailed course information. This department
                                                              manages the following course prefixes:
bs in                                                         - AUT, Auto Mechanics
technology management                       124 Credits       - CRT, Collision Repair Technology
The following technical area is available (see the
Technology Management section of this catalog for             - DMT, Diesel Mechanics
complete degree requirement listings).

emphasis in
automotive technology                            45 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                          45 Credits
 •   AUT 1110     Brake Systems                         2.0
 •   AUT 111L     Brake Systems Lab                     1.0
 •   AUT 1120     Manual Power Trains                   2.0
 •   AUT 112L     Manual Power Trains Lab               1.0
 •   AUT 1130     Engine Repair                         2.0
 •   AUT 113L     Engine Repair Lab                     1.0
 •   AUT 1160     Automotive Electrical Systems         2.0
 •   AUT 116L     Automotive Electrical Systems Lab     1.0
 •   AUT 1170     Engine Electrical Systems             2.0
 •   AUT 117L     Engine Electrical Systems Lab         1.0
 •   AUT 1210     Suspension and Steering Systems       2.0
 •   AUT 121L     Suspension and Steering Systems       1.0
                  Lab
 • AUT 1220       Automatic Transmissions and           2.0
                  Transaxles
 • AUT 122L       Automatic Transmissions and           1.0
                  Transaxles Lab
 • AUT 1230       Engine Performance                    2.0
 • AUT 123L       Engine Performance Lab                1.0
 • AUT 2110       Advanced Steering Suspension and      2.0
                  Alignment
 • AUT 2120       Advanced Engine Performance           2.0



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                                                                                                                                  Aviation Science
                                                                                                       may also qualify to be corporate and military
     Aviation Science                             Information Center:                                  pilots. Individuals who complete the Associate
                                                     Telephone: 801-863-7771                           in Aviation Science constitute the majority of
                                                                                                       program employed flight instructors.
Department chair: Peter Dittmer                   Program Coordinator: Claire Downing                  Students must complete a minimum of the
  Office: HB 202                                    Telephone: 801-863-7816                            private, instrument, commercial pilot and
  Telephone: 801-863-7826                                                                              multi-engine certificates issued by the Federal
                                                  Web Development: Dustin Berlin                       Aviation Administration to obtain the Bachelor of
administrative support:                             Telephone: 801-863-7870                            Science Professional Pilot or Tech Management,
                                                                                                       Associate in Science Aviation or Associate in
  Office: HB 202
                                               college of aviation & Public services                   Applied Science Aviation.
  Telephone: 801-863-7834
                                                  Dean: TBD                                            Aviation Administration: At Utah Valley University,
faculty:                                            Office: TBD                                        the Aviation Administration Degree is designed
                                                    Telephone: TBD                                     to prepare students for careers as professional
  Professor
                                                                                                       leaders in aviation. The number of individuals
    Greg Schwab                                                                                        who travel by air will continue to grow in the
  Associate Professor                          fliGht PReReQuisite
                                                                                                       years to come. Airlines and airports are looking
    Steve Smith                                New students must meet with an aviation                 for dedicated, qualified personnel. The Federal
    Brice Williams                             academic advisor before registering for courses.        Aviation Administration will need to employ
  Assistant Professor                          A class II Medical/Student Certificate from an          increasing numbers of individuals to keep up with
    Cory Chamberlain                           FAA designated Medical Examiner is required.            the demand. Courses include but are not limited
    Peter Dittmer                              The Medical must be completed prior to                  to: airport management, security, transportation
    James Green                                entering the flight phase of the program so that        and corporate management, and cargo
    Ryan Leick                                 student qualifications and special needs can be         operations.
                                               determined.
  Lecturer                                                                                             The Aviation Administration Degree will develop
    Todd Deshler                                                                                       practical management and leadership skills
                                                                                                       for students with career goals in the aviation
                                               fliGht ReQuiRements
advisors:                                                                                              industry. Classes are based on real world aviation
                                               Students who plan to utilize UVU aircraft are           needs and will prepare students for employment
  Erin Riching
                                               required to enroll in and attend live ground and        in a broad range of positions including airline,
     Telephone: 801-863-7851                   flight course sections.                                 corporate aviation, fixed base operator, and
                                                                                                       airport management. The Bachelor of Science
  Generalist: Marilyn Riddle                   Students enrolled in live flight courses must           Aviation Administration does not require pilot
    Telephone: 801-863-7852                    attend their flight class by contacting the chief       certificates.
                                               pilot responsible for their course no later than
  Generalist: Ken Sink                         three days after the start of the semester or they
                                               will be dropped from the class.
    Telephone: 801-863-7771                                                                            PRoGRams
                                                                                                       Students graduating with an AAS or AS in
  Online: Theodore Okawa                                                                               Aviation may transfer to the Bachelor of
                                               caReeR oPPoRtunities
    Telephone: 801-863-7837                                                                            Science in Aviation Science with an emphasis
                                               Professional Pilot: Worldwide growth of airlines        in Professional Pilot or Aviation Administration,
  Online Call Center:                          and air traffic correlates highly with economic         or the Bachelor of Science in Technology
    Telephone: 801-863-7830 or 888-901-7192    growth. The number of passengers is expected            Management with an emphasis in Aviation
                                               to nearly double by 2020. Pilots and aviation/          Science, for completion of a four-year degree.
                                               aerospace personnel work in highly technical
staff:                                         and practical scientific environments on a daily        Note: An overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or
  Chief Pilot: Diane Hager                     basis; pilots have responsibility for operating         above is required for graduation. A grade of C- or
    Telephone: 801-863-7854                    single engine, multi-engine, turbo-prop, and jet        better must be achieved in each aviation science
                                               aircraft in all weather conditions both day and         course.
  Coordinator of Flight Operations: Chris      night. Examples of jobs in the aviation field are:
                                               charter and air taxi pilot, flight instructor, aerial   Note: All aviation science majors are required
  Williamson                                                                                           to purchase the Bedford Handbook in their first
                                               photography and surveying, military, bush pilot/
    Telephone: 801-863-7780                                                                            semester of study. This handbook will be utilized
                                               remote re-supply, medical evacuation, firefighting
                                               and spotting, Federal Government positions, drug        throughout the aviation curriculum as a standard
  Director of Academic Support: Ryan Tanner    enforcement, FAA safety inspectors, pipeline            reference to help students improve their written
     Office: HB 209                            and transmission line patrol, recreation/sight-         communications skills and ability to follow
     Telephone: 801-863-7840                   seeing pilot, police and traffic control, research      documentation and citation standards. Aviation
                                               and development, test flight, airplane sales/           Science students are expected to comply with
  Director of Operations: Mario Markides       demonstration and generic commercial airline            APA standards in all upper-level aviation science
     Office: HB 107                            pilot. Graduates of the Associate in Applied            courses.
     Telephone: 801-863-7785 or 801-361-8165   Science or Associate in Science are qualified
                                               to become a commercial pilot or certified flight        aas in aviation science                       63 Credits
                                               instructor and should qualify for entry into a          General Education Requirements:               18 Credits
  Financial Aid (Aviation):
                                               four-year degree program for upper division              •    ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing               3.0
     Telephone: 801-863-7860 or 877-336-8872   course work. Graduates of the Bachelor of                •    MAT 1010     Intermediate Algebra               4.0
                                                                                                        •    PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                     3.0
                                               Science in Aviation Science Professional Pilot are       or   Any other Humanities
  Flight Dispatch:                             qualified to be hired by an airline after obtaining      •    POLS 1000 American Heritage                     3.0
     Telephone: 801-863-7831                   adequate flight hours and experience. Graduates          or   HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)


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 or Any other Social Science                                  •   Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0   Graduation Requirements:
 • Any approved Biology or Physical Science            3.0    •   Humanities Distribution                              3.0     1 Completion of a minimum of 120 or more semester
    Distribution Course                                       •   Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0        credits, with a minimum of 40 upper division semester
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness              2.0    •   Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0        credits.
                   (recommended)                             Discipline Core Requirements:                     27 Credits      2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
Discipline Core Requirements:                45 Credits       • AVSC 1010       Survey of Aviation Science             2.0        Aviation courses require a C- or above. (Departments
 • AVSC 1010         Survey of Aviation Science        2.0    • AVSC 1050       Introduction to Aviation               3.0        may require a higher GPA.)
 • AVSC 1050         Introduction to Aviation          3.0                      Administration                                 3 Residency hours--minimum of 30 credit hours through
                     Administration                           •   AVSC 1100     Ground Private Pilot                   4.0        course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
  • AVSC 1100 Ground Private Pilot                     4.0    •   AVSC 1110     Flight Private Pilot Certification     3.0        earned in the last 45 hours.
  • AVSC 1110 Flight Private Pilot Certification       3.0    •   AVSC 1230     Flight Cross Country                   2.0     4 Completion of Commercial Pilot Certificate for the
  • AVSC 1230 Flight Cross Country                     2.0    •   AVSC 1240     Ground Instrument Pilot                4.0        Professional Pilot emphasis.
  • AVSC 1240 Ground Instrument Pilot                  4.0    •   AVSC 1250     Flight Instrument Pilot                3.0     5 Completion of GE and specified departmental
  • AVSC 1250 Flight Instrument Pilot                  3.0    •   AVSC 2300     Ground Commercial Pilot                3.0        requirements unique to the area of emphasis. Students
  • AVSC 1260 21st Century Avionics and                1.0    •   AVSC 2310     Flight Commercial Pilot                3.0        in the Professional Pilot emphasis should obtain an
                     Instrumentation                         Graduation Requirements:                                             FAA Class I or II Medical Certificate prior to beginning
  • AVSC 2150 Air Transportation Management            3.0    1 Completion of a minimum of 62 or more semester                    flight training.
  • AVSC 2160 Aviation Law                             3.0      credits.                                                       6 Students may count no more than 8 credit hours
  • AVSC 2300 Ground Commercial Pilot                  3.0    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.                  of total cooperative work experience (AVSC
  • AVSC 2310 Flight Commercial Pilot                  3.0      (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                           281R/285R/481R/485R) toward the degree
  • AVSC 2450 Flight Multi-Engine                      1.0    3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through               requirements without department approval.
  • AVSC 2440 Ground Multi-Engine                      1.0      course attendance at UVU.                                      7 Successful completion of at least one Global/
Complete one of the following sets of courses:         9.0    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                       Intercultural course.
Certified Flight Instructor                                     requirements.                                                NOTE: If student chooses HIST 2700 and 2710, the
  • AVSC 2400 Ground Certified Flight Instructor (4.0)        5 Completion of Commercial Pilot Certificate.                  additional hours may be used towards a social science
  • AVSC 2410 Flight Certified Flight Instructor (1.0)                                                                       distribution requirement.
  • AVSC 2420 Ground CFI Instrument (1.0)
  • AVSC 2430 Flight CFI Instrument (1.0)                    bs in aviation science                          120 Credits
  • AVSC 2500 Ground Multi-Engine Instructor (1.0)           Matriculation Requirements:                                     emphasis in aviation administration 52 credits
  • AVSC 2510 Flight Multi-Engine Instructor (1.0)            1 Medical Requirement: Class 1 FAA medical exam.               Emphasis Requirements:                           40 Credits
First Officer                                                 2 Completion of 25 aviation credits and a 2.5 GPA.              • ACC 3000   Financial Managerial and Cost               4.0
  • AVSC 3300 Jet Transport Systems (3.0)                                                                                                  Accounting Concepts
                                                             General Education Requirements:                  35 Credits
  • AVSC 3600 Crew Resource Management (3.0)                                                                                  or AVSC 3320 Aviation Managerial Accounting (4.0)
                                                              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0
  • AVSC 4800 Professional Pilot Capstone (4.0)                                                                               • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics                               3.0
                                                              • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and      3.0
Aviation Management (Choose 9 credits)                                                                                        or AVSC 2090 Air Transport Economics (3.0)
                                                                                Technology
  • AVSC 3020 Aviation Insurance and Risk                                                                                     • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                       3.0
                                                             Complete one of the following:                            3.0
                     Management (3.0)                                                                                         or AVSC 2070 Communications for Aviation
                                                              • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
  • AVSC 3060 Airline Management (3.0)                                                                                                     Professionals (3.0)
                                                                                (recommended for Humanities or
  • AVSC 3090 Airline and Dispatch Operations (3.0)                                                                           • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                     3.0
                                                                                Arts majors) (3.0)
  • AVSC 3120 Airport Management (3.0)                                                                                        or AVSC 3150 Principles of Aviation Management
                                                              • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
Graduation Requirements:                                                        (recommended for Social Science                            (3.0)
 1 Completion of a minimum of 63 or more semester                               majors) (3.0)                                 • AVSC 2110 Aviation Weather Applications                3.0
   credits.                                                   • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                    • AVSC 2130 Aviation Safety                              3.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above. C- or                       Business, Education, Science, and             • AVSC 2710 Aviation Marketing and Customer              3.0
   above required for all aviation major classes.                               Health Professions majors) (4.0)                           Service
 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through       Complete one of the following:                            3.0    • AVSC 2750 Unmanned Aircraft Systems                    3.0
   course attendance at UVU.                                  • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                            • AVSC 3020 Aviation Insurance and Risk                  3.0
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental               and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                Management
   requirements.                                              • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                         • AVSC 3310 Aviation Logistics Management                3.0
 5 Completion of Commercial Pilot Certificate.                • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                     • AVSC 3350 Aviation Labor and Human                     3.0
 6 Students may count no more than 4 credit hours of total    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                          Resource
   cooperative work experience (AVSC 281/285R) toward         • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                  • AVSC 4020 Applied Aviation Finance                     3.0
   the degree requirements without department approval.      Complete the following:                                          • AVSC 4900 Aviation Administration Capstone             3.0
                                                              • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0   Emphasis Elective Requirements:                   12 Credits
                                                              • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 Must complete 12 credits from the following elective  12.0
as Pre-major in                                               or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                       2.0   courses, 6 credits must be upper-division:
aviation science                             62 Credits      Distribution Courses                                             • AVSC 1110 Flight Private Pilot Certification (3.0)
                                                                                                                              • AVSC 1230 Flight Cross Country (2.0)
General Education Requirements:              35 Credits       • Biology                                                3.0
                                                              • Physical Science (PHYS 1010 recommended)               3.0    • AVSC 1240 Ground Instrument Pilot (4.0)
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0                                                                    • AVSC 1250 Flight Instrument Pilot (3.0)
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0    • Additional Biology or Physical Science (METO           3.0
                                                                 1010 recommended)                                            • AVSC 2300 Ground Commercial Pilot (3.0)
                   Social Sciences                                                                                            • AVSC 2310 Flight Commercial Pilot (3.0)
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and               • Humanities Distribution (COMM 1020                     3.0
                                                                 recommended)                                                 • AVSC 2400 Ground Certified Flight Instructor (4.0)
                   Technology (3.0)                                                                                           • AVSC 2410 Flight Certified Flight Instructor (1.0)
Complete one of the following:                         3.0    • Fine Arts Distribution                                 3.0
                                                              • Social/Behavioral Science (PSY 1010                    3.0    • AVSC 3060 Airline Management (3.0)
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning                                                                                           • AVSC 3090 Airline and Dispatch Operations (3.0)
                   (recommended for Humanities or                recommended)
                                                             Discipline Core Requirements:                    33 Credits      • AVSC 3120 Airport Management (3.0)
                   Arts majors) (3.0)                                                                                         • AVSC 3210 Aircraft Incident and Emergency
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                       • AVSC 1010       Survey of Aviation Science             2.0
                                                              • AVSC 1050       Introduction to Aviation               3.0                      Management (3.0)
                   (recommended for Social Science
                   majors) (3.0)                                                Administration
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                 • AVSC 1100       Ground Private Pilot                   4.0
                                                              • AVSC 2120       Personal Finance for Aviation          3.0
                                                                                                                             emphasis in Professional Pilot                    52 credits
                   Business, Education, Science, and                                                                         Emphasis Requirements:                           40 Credits
                   Health Professions majors) (4.0)                             Professionals
                                                              •   AVSC 2150     Air Transportation Management          3.0    •   AVSC 1110     Flight Private Pilot Certification     3.0
Complete one of the following:                         3.0                                                                    •   AVSC 1230     Flight Cross Country                   2.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                         •   AVSC 2160     Aviation Law                           3.0
                                                              •   AVSC 3030     Air Traffic Management                 3.0    •   AVSC 1240     Ground Instrument Pilot                4.0
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                                                                •   AVSC 1250     Flight Instrument Pilot                3.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      •   AVSC 3110     Aviation Security                      3.0
                                                              •   AVSC 3600     Crew Resource Management               3.0    •   AVSC 1260     21st Century Avionics and              1.0
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                                                                                    Instrumentation
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          •   AVSC 410G     Global Ethical and Professional        3.0
                                                                                Issues in Aviation                            •   AVSC 2300     Ground Commercial Pilot                3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                                                               •   AVSC 2310     Flight Commercial Pilot                3.0
Complete the following:                                       • AVSC 4700       Safety and Professional Seminars       3.0
                                                             Emphasis:                                                        •   AVSC 2440     Ground Multi-Engine                    1.0
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0                                                                    •   AVSC 2450     Flight Multi-Engine                    1.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)              Complete one of the following:
                                                              • Aviation Administration                               52.0    •   AVSC 3010     Flight Environment                     3.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0                                                                    •   AVSC 3200     Flight Physiology                      3.0
Distribution Courses                                          • Professional Pilot                                    52.0
                                                                                                                              •   AVSC 3300     Jet Transport Systems                  3.0
 • Biology                                             3.0                                                                    •   AVSC 3400     High Altitude Navigation/              3.0
 • Physical Science                                    3.0                                                                                      International Flight Operations


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 • AVSC 3530       Advanced Aerodynamics                 3.0
 • AVSC 4800       Professional Pilot Capstone           4.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                  12 Credits
Must complete 12 credits from the following courses, 12.0
including 6 hours of upper division.
  • AVSC 1120 Basic Aircraft Systems (1.0)
  • AVSC 2130 Aviation Safety (3.0)
  • AVSC 2400 Ground Certified Flight Instructor (4.0)
  • AVSC 2410 Flight Certified Flight Instructor (1.0)
  • AVSC 2420 Ground CFI Instrument (1.0)
  • AVSC 2430 Flight CFI Instrument (1.0)
  • AVSC 2500 Ground Multi-Engine Instructor (1.0)
  • AVSC 2510 Flight Multi-Engine Instructor (1.0)
  • AVSC 2710 Aviation Marketing and Customer
                   Service (3.0)
  • AVSC 2750 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (3.0)
  • AVSC 3060 Airline Management (3.0)
  • AVSC 3090 Airline and Dispatch Operations (3.0)
  • AVSC 3120 Airport Management (3.0)
  • AVSC 3210 Aircraft Incident and Emergency
                   Management (3.0)
  • AVSC 475R Current Topics in Aviation (1.0)


bs in technology management 124 Credits
The following Technical Area is available (see the Technol-
ogy Management section of this catalog for complete
degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in aviation science                      45 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                           36 Credits
 • AVSC 1010       Survey of Aviation Science            2.0
 • AVSC 1050       Introduction to Aviation              3.0
                   Administration
 •   AVSC 1100     Ground Private Pilot                  4.0
 •   AVSC 1110     Flight Private Pilot Certification    3.0
 •   AVSC 1230     Flight Cross Country                  2.0
 •   AVSC 1240     Ground Instrument Pilot               4.0
 •   AVSC 1250     Flight Instrument Pilot               3.0
 •   AVSC 1260     21st Century Avionics and             1.0
                   Instrumentation
 •   AVSC 2150     Air Transportation Management         3.0
 •   AVSC 2160     Aviation Law                          3.0
 •   AVSC 2300     Ground Commercial Pilot               3.0
 •   AVSC 2310     Flight Commercial Pilot               3.0
 •   AVSC 2440     Ground Multi-Engine                   1.0
 •   AVSC 2450     Flight Multi-Engine                   1.0
Elective Requirements:                            9 Credits
Complete 9 credits from the following:                9.0
 • AVSC 2400 Ground Certified Flight Instructor (4.0)
 • AVSC 2410 Flight Certified Flight Instructor (1.0)
 • AVSC 2420 Ground CFI Instrument (1.0)
 • AVSC 2430 Flight CFI Instrument (1.0)
 • AVSC 2500 Ground Multi-Engine Instructor (1.0)
 • AVSC 2510 Flight Multi-Engine Instructor (1.0)
 • AVSC 3060 Airline Management (3.0)
 • AVSC 3090 Airline and Dispatch Operations (3.0)
 • AVSC 3120 Airport Management (3.0)
 • AVSC 3210 Aircraft Incident and Emergency
                  Management (3.0)
 • AVSC 410G Global Ethical and Professional
                  Issues in Aviation (3.0)
 • AVSC 475R Current Topics in Aviation (1.0)
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Students should take no more than 4 credit hours of
   aviation co-op (AVSC 281R/285R/481R/485R) toward
   the aviation elective section of the Technology
   Management degree.



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- AVSC, Aviation Science




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Behavioral Science
                                                        Office: LA 209
            Behavioral
                                                                                                              • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
                                                        Telephone: 801-863-6381                               • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
                                                                                                              • PSY 1010       General Psychology (Social/          3.0
                                                        E-mail: mckenna.rees@uvu.edu
             Science
                                                                                                                               Behavioral Science)
                                                        Students interested in the Licensed                  Discipline Core Requirements:               18 Credits
                                                        Substance Abuse Counseling (LSAC)                    Complete the following four courses:                12.0
                                                                                                              • ANTH 101G Social/Cultural Anthropology (3.0)
                                                        certificate                                           • SOC 1010       Introduction to Sociology (3.0)
Department chair: steven clark                                                                                • SOC 1200       Sociology of the Family (3.0)
                                                                                                              • SW 1010        Introduction to Social Work (3.0)
  Office: LA 012                                  college of humanities & social sciences                    Complete any two courses from the following:         6.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8083 or 801-863-6211            Dean: David P. Yells                                     • ANTH 1020 Biological Anthropology (3.0)
                                                                                                              • ANTH 1030 World Prehistory (3.0)
  Academic Advising Appointments: 801-863-             Office: LA 209d                                        • ANTH 107G Multicultural Societies (3.0)
  6377                                                 Telephone: 801-863-7435                                • ANTH 180G Introduction to American Indian
                                                                                                                               Studies (3.0)
                                                                                                              • ANTH 2030 Archeological Method and Theory
faculty:                                                                                                                       (3.0)
                                                  The UVU Behavioral Science Department offers                • BESC 2705 Ethics for the Behavioral Sciences
  Professor                                       classes that fulfill the social science distribution                         (3.0) ***
    Steven Clark                                  requirements for graduation, the Behavioral                 • PSY 1100       Human Development Life Span
    Kathy French                                  Science pre-major for the associate degree,                                  (3.0) ***
                                                                                                              • FAMS 1150 Marriage and Relationship Skills
    Ron Hammond                                   the Behavioral Science major for the bachelor                                (3.0) ***
    Mark Jeffreys                                 degree (with an emphasis in Anthropology, Family            • PSY 2250       Psychology of Interpersonal
    David Knowlton                                Studies, Psychology, or Sociology), a Bachelor                               Relationships (3.0) ***
                                                  of Social Work, and a certificate of proficiency in         • PSY 2400       Positive Psychology (3.0)
    Grant Richards                                                                                            • PSY 275R       Survey of Current Topics (1.0)
                                                  Licensed Substance Abuse Counseling (LSAC).                 • PSY 2800       Human Sexuality (3.0) ***
  Associate Professor
                                                  Students enrolled in the Integrated Studies                 • SOC 1020       Modern Social Problems (3.0)
    Grace Chou                                    bachelor degree may also select Anthropology,               • SOC 2370       Gender Roles (3.0)
    Matthew Draper                                Psychology, or Sociology as an emphasis. See                • SOC 275R Survey of Current Topics (1.0)
                                                                                                              • SW 275R        Survey of Current Topics (3.0)
    Lars Eggertsen                                the Integrated Studies section in this catalog for         Elective Requirements:                          8 Credits
    Cameron John                                  more information related to the Integrated Studies          • FOR AS DEGREE: Any additional courses               8.0
    Sandy McGunigall-Smith                        bachelor degree.                                               1000-level or higher
                                                                                                              or FOR AA DEGREE: Complete 1010 and 1020 of           8.0
    Joylin Namie                                                                                                 the same Foreign Language
    Barton Poulson                                                                                           Graduation Requirements:
    Alex Simon                                    caReeR oPPoRtunities                                        1 Completion of a minimum of 61 semester credits.
                                                                                                              2 Overall GPA of 2.0 or above upon graduation.
    Anton Tolman                                  Courses in these areas of study lead to possible            3 Minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher in the
    Jeffrey Torlina                               careers in mental health, counseling, family                   Behavioral Science courses (ANTH, BESC, FAMS, SW,
    David Yells                                   services, education, law enforcement, research,                SOC, PSY).
                                                                                                              4 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through
  Assistant Professor                             marketing, human resources, management,                        course attendance at UVU.
    Nathan Cottle                                 rehabilitation, anthropology, psychology,                   5 All major course work taken to meet Behavioral
    Kris Doty                                     sociology, social work, and other human services.              Science requirements must be completed with a grade
                                                                                                                 of C- or better.
    Tracy Golden                                                                                             Note: Students would need to pass ENGL 1010 and ENGL
    Haagen Klaus                                                                                             2010 or 2020 with a C+ or higher as prerequisites for the
    Russell Warne                                 PRoGRams                                                   Behavioral Science Bachelor degree courses.
                                                                                                             Footnotes:
  Lecturer                                        Please see the appropriate department advisor               * Recommended for BA/BS in Behavioral Science.
    Jeremy Boden                                  for an explanation of all program requirements, a          ** Recommended if student is considering an MSW
                                                                                                                 program.
                                                  list of recommended classes, and for assistance            *** Recommended for students considering the
advisors:                                         with creating an academic plan for graduation.                 Behavioral Science Bachelor degree with a Family
                                                                                                                 Studies emphasis.
  Tara Ivie
     Telephone: 801-863-8120                      aa/as Pre-major in
     E-mail: tara.ivie@uvu.edu                    behavioral science                          61 Credits     ba in behavioral science                   120 Credits
                                                  General Education Requirements:            35 Credits      General Education Requirements:             35 Credits
     Students with last names starting with A-D    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing           3.0    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
                                                   • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/ 3.0    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
                                                                     Social Sciences                                            Social Sciences
  Giovana Alisa                                    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and             or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
    Telephone: 801-863-8073                                          Technology (recommended) (3.0)                             Technology (recommended) (3.0)
    E-mail: alisagi@uvu.edu                       Complete one of the following:                       3.0   Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                   • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                   • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
    Students with last names starting with E-K     • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics*(3.0)               • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)*
                                                   • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)                          • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
                                                  Complete one of the following:                       3.0   Complete one of the following:                         3.0
  Kristen Campbell
                                                   • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                       • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
     Telephone: 801-863-6718                      and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)             and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
     E-mail: kristen.campbell@uvu.edu              • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                   • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
     Students with last names starting with L-Q    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                        • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                   • POLS 1100 American National Government**(3.0)            • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
  Grant Jackson                                   Complete the following:                                    Complete the following:
                                                   • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                       3.0    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-5347                        • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness            2.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness              2.0
    E-mail: grant.jackson@uvu.edu                  or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                   or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
                                                  Distribution Courses                                       Distribution Courses
    Students with last names starting with R-Z     • Biology                                           3.0    • Biology                                             3.0
                                                   • Physical Science                                  3.0    • Physical Science                                    3.0
  Part-time: McKenna Rees                          • Additional Biology or Physical Science            3.0    • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0



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                                                                                                                                                    Behavioral Science
 • Humanities Distribution                               3.0   Emphasis Elective Requirements:                  6 Credits      • BESC 3800        Interviewing Skills (4.0)
 • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0   Behavioral Science Electives (2 courses / 6 credits).    6.0    • PSY 4300         Introduction to Counseling and
 • PSY 1010       General Psychology (Social/            3.0   In addition to the requirements listed above, students                             Psychotherapy (3.0)
                  Behavioral Science)                          must complete 6 credits of approved Behavioral                   • PSY 3710        Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Discipline Core Requirements:                  19 Credits      Science electives. These courses must come from                                    (3.0)
Complete the following seven courses:                   19.0   ANTH/BESC/FAMS/PSY/SOC/SW. Please see a                          • SW 4400         Introduction to Group
 • ANTH 101G Social/Cultural Anthropology (3.0)                Behavioral Science advisor for a list of approved                                  Psychotherapy (3.0)
 • PSY 1010       General Psychology (completed                courses.                                                       Interpersonal Relations Requirement - Complete two      6.0
                  with GE requirements) (3.0)                                                                                 of the following courses:
 • SOC 1010       Introduction to Sociology (3.0)                                                                               • PSY 2800        Human Sexuality (3.0)
 • SOC 1200       Sociology of the Family (3.0)                emphasis in family studies                       48 credits      • PSY 3510        Psychology Applied to Modern
 • SW 1010        Introduction to Social Work (3.0)            Emphasis Requirements:                          48 Credits                         Life (3.0)
 • BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral                     Family Studies Core Requirement - Complete the following         • FAMS 3250 Applied Parenting (3.0)
                  Sciences (4.0)                               courses:                                                         • BESC 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and
 • BESC 3020 Research Methods for the                            • PSY 1100       Human Development Life Span         3.0                         Negotiation (3.0)
                  Behavioral Sciences (3.0)                      • FAMS 1150 Marriage and Relationship Skills         3.0       • BESC 3420 Communication and Conflict (3.0)
Emphasis:                                                        • PSY 2250       Psychology of Interpersonal         3.0       • BESC 4200 Advanced Mediation and
Complete one of the following:                                                    Relationships                                                   Negotiation (3.0)
 • Anthropology                                        48.0      • BESC 2705 Ethics for the Behavioral Sciences 3.0           Biological Requirement - Complete two of the following 6.0
 • Family Studies                                      48.0      • PSY 2800       Human Sexuality                     3.0     courses:
 • Psychology                                          48.0      • FAMS 3240 Relationship Enhancement                 3.0       • PSY 3420        Learning Memory and Cognition
 • Sociology                                           48.0                       Programs                                                        (3.0)
Elective Requirements:                         18 Credits        • FAMS 3250 Applied Parenting                        3.0       • PSY 3430        Psychopharmacology (3.0)
 • Language Requirement (16 credits in the same        16.0      • LEGL 3320 Family Law                               3.0       • PSY 3450        Physiological Psychology (3.0)
   foreign language, includes ASL)                               • FAMS 4500 Family Life Education Methodology 4.0            General Psychology Requirement - Complete one of        3.0
 • Any course numbered 1000 or higher                    2.0     • FAMS 4660 Family Financial and Resource            3.0     the following courses:
Graduation Requirements:                                                          Management                                    • PSY 2400        Positive Psychology (3.0)
  1 Completion of a minimum of 120 credits, 40 of which          • FAMS 4670 Family Dynamics and Systems              3.0       • PSY 4500        History and Systems of Psychology
     must be 3000 level or higher.                             Advanced Research Requirement - Complete one of        3.0                         (3.0)
  2 Minimum overall UVU GPA of 2.0 upon graduation.            the following courses:                                           • PSY 475R        Current Topics in Psychology (1.0)
  3 Minimum 2.5 program GPA upon graduation.                     • PSY 4010       Experimental Psychology (3.0)               Emphasis Elective Requirements:                9 Credits
  4 Residency hours--minimum of 30 credit hours through          • SOC 4020       Survey Research Design (3.0)                Behavioral Science Elective Requirement (3 courses / 9.0
     course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours            • BESC 4040 Applied Behavioral Science                       9 credits) - In addition to the requirements listed above,
     earned in the last 45 hours.                                                 Research (3.0)                              students must complete 9 credits of approved Behav-
  5 All major course work taken to meet Behavioral               • BESC 4050 Clinical Research (3.0)                          ioral Science electives. These courses must come
     Science requirements must be completed with a grade       Complete one of the following tracks:                  9.0     from ANTH/BESC/FAMS/PSY/SOC/SW and they can
     of C- or better.                                          Development Track - Complete the following courses:            be 1000 level or higher. Please see a Behavioral
  6 For the BA degree, completion of 16 credit hours             • PSY 3200       Infancy and Childhood                       Science advisor for a list of approved courses.
     of course work from one language to include the                              Development (3.0)
     1010, 1020, 2010, 202G/2020 levels or transferred           • PSY 3210       Adolescent Development (3.0)
     equivalents.                                                • PSY 3220       Adult Development (3.0)                     emphasis in sociology                          48 credits
  7 Successful completion of at least one Global/               Mediation Track - Complete the following courses:             Emphasis Requirements:                        27 Credits
     Intercultural course.                                       • BESC 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and                    Lower Division Sociology Requirement - Complete two 6.0
Note: Please see department advisor for explanation of                            Negotiation (3.0)                           of the following courses:
all program requirements, a list of recommended classes,         • BESC 3420 Communication and Conflict (3.0)                   • SOC 1020        Modern Social Problems (3.0)
and for assistance with creating an academic plan for            • BESC 4200 Advanced Mediation and                             • SOC 2370        Gender Roles (3.0)
graduation.                                                                       Negotiation (3.0)                             • SOC 275R Survey of Current Topics (3.0)
Note: If a student has completed an associate degree           Counseling Track - Complete the following courses:             Sociology Theory Requirement - Complete the following
through another institution, the required general education      • PSY 3400       Abnormal Psychology (3.0)                   two courses:
courses may be waived.                                           • PSY 4300       Introduction to Counseling and                • SOC 3000 Contemporary Social Theory               3.0
Note: Students would need to pass ENGL 1010 and ENGL                              Psychotherapy (3.0)                           • SOC 3310        Classical Social Theory           3.0
2010 or 2020 with a C+ or higher as prerequisites for the        • SW 4400        Introduction to Group                       Upper Division Sociology Requirement - Complete four 12.0
Behavioral Science Bachelor degree courses.                                       Psychotherapy (3.0)                         of the following courses:
Footnotes:                                                     Internship Requirement (2 course/150 field hours)                • BESC 3520 Environmental Behavior (3.0)
 * Recommended.                                                  • FAMS 481R Senior Internship (1.0)                  2.0       • SOC 3400 Sociology of Religion (3.0)
                                                                                                                                • SOC 3430        Sociology of Education (3.0)
                                                                                                                                • SOC 3460        Political Sociology (3.0)
emphasis in anthropology                        48 credits     emphasis in Psychology                           48 credits      • SOC 3510        Sociology of Work and Occupations
Emphasis Requirements:                         42 Credits      Emphasis Requirements:                          39 Credits                         (3.0)
Anthropology Core Requirement - Complete the following         Advanced Research Requirement - Complete one of          3.0     • SOC 3560        Sociology of Deviance (3.0)
courses:                                                       the following courses:                                           • SOC 3700        Social Inequality (3.0)
  • ANTH 1020 Biological Anthropology                 3.0        • PSY 4010       Experimental Psychology (3.0)                 • SOC 4400        Social Change (3.0)
  • ANTH 1030 World Prehistory                        3.0        • SOC 4020       Survey Research Design (3.0)                  • SOC 475R Current Topics in Sociology (1.0)
  • ANTH 2030 Archeological Method and Theory 3.0                • BESC 4040 Applied Behavioral Science                       Advanced Research Requirement - Complete one of       3.0
  • ANTH 3000 Language and Culture                    3.0                         Research (3.0)                              the following courses:
Anthropology Theory and Methods Requirement -                    • BESC 4050 Clinical Research (3.0)                            • SOC 4020        Survey Research Design (3.0)
Complete the following courses:                                  • PSY 4150       Tests and Measurements (3.0)                  • BESC 4040 Applied Behavioral Science
  • ANTH 3850 Ethnographic Methods                    3.0      Social and Diversity Requirement                         6.0                       Research (3.0)
  • ANTH 4120 History of Anthropological Thought 3.0           Complete the following course:                                   • ANTH 3850 Ethnographic Methods (3.0)
  • ANTH 4130 Contemporary Theory and Debates 3.0                • PSY 3500       Social Psychology (3.0)                     Emphasis Elective Requirements:               21 Credits
Anthropology Culture Requirement - Complete two of 6.0         Complete one of the following courses:                         Behavioral Science Electives (7 courses / 21 credits). 21.0
the following courses:                                           • PSY 3100       Psychology of Gender (3.0)                  In addition to the requirements listed above, students
  • ANTH 3300 Development and Rural Societies                    • BESC 3520 Environmental Behavior (3.0)                     must complete 21 credits of approved Behavioral
                    (3.0)                                        • ANTH 3700 Psychological Anthropology (3.0)                 Science electives, 12 credits must be upper-division
  • ANTH 3340 Peoples and Cultures of Mexico                     • PSY 3850       Psychology of Good and Evil (3.0)           and they must come from ANTH/BESC/FAMS/PSY/
                    (3.0)                                      Development Requirement                                  6.0   SOC/SW. Please see a Behavioral Science advisor for
  • ANTH 3350 Andean Prehistory (3.0)                          Complete the following course:                                 a list of approved courses.
  • ANTH 3360 Contemporary Issues in American                    • PSY 3200       Infancy and Childhood
                    Culture (3.0)                                                 Development (3.0)
  • ANTH 3370 History and Ethnography of Andean                Complete one of the following courses:                         bs in behavioral science                     120 Credits
                    Societies (3.0)                              • PSY 3210       Adolescent Development (3.0)                General Education Requirements:               35 Credits
  • ANTH 3720 Applied Anthropology (3.0)                         • PSY 3220       Adult Development (3.0)                      • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing              3.0
Upper Division Anthropology Requirement - (5 courses             • BESC 3550 Thanatology--Death and Dying (3.0)                • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
/15 credits)                                                   Personality and Clinical Requirement                     9.0                     Social Sciences
  • Choose five upper-division (3000 or higher) ANTH 15.0      Complete the following two courses:                             or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
     courses for a total of 15 credits                           • PSY 3400       Abnormal Psychology (3.0)                                     Technology (recommended) (3.0)
                                                                 • PSY 3460       Personality Theory (3.0)                    Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                               Complete one of the following courses:


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Behavioral Science
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                       • ANTH 3350      Andean Prehistory (3.0)                       • PSY 3200         Infancy and Childhood
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)*                  • ANTH 3360      Contemporary Issues in American                                  Development (3.0)
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)                                               Culture (3.0)                                Complete one of the following courses:
Complete one of the following:                           3.0     • ANTH 3370 History and Ethnography of Andean                  • PSY 3210        Adolescent Development (3.0)
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                            Societies (3.0)                                • PSY 3220        Adult Development (3.0)
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                   • ANTH 3720 Applied Anthropology (3.0)                         • BESC 3550 Thanatology--Death and Dying (3.0)
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       Upper Division Anthropology Requirement - (5 courses           Personality and Clinical Requirement                    9.0
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   /15 credits)                                                   Complete the following two courses:
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                             • Complete five upper-division (3000 or higher)    15.0        • PSY 3400        Abnormal Psychology (3.0)
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                     ANTH courses for a total of 15 credits                      • PSY 3460        Personality Theory (3.0)
Complete the following:                                        Emphasis Elective Requirements:                  6 Credits     Complete one of the following courses:
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0   Behavioral Science Electives (2 courses / 6 credits).    6.0     • BESC 3800 Interviewing Skills (4.0)
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                2.0   In addition to the requirements listed above, students           • PSY 4300        Introduction to Counseling and
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                      must complete 6 credits of approved Behavioral                                     Psychotherapy (3.0)
Distribution Courses                                           Science electives. These courses must come from                  • PSY 3710        Introduction to Forensic Psychology
 • Biology                                               3.0   ANTH/BESC/FAMS/PSY/SOC/SW. Please see a                                            (3.0)
 • Physical Science                                      3.0   Behavioral Science advisor for a list of approved                • SW 4400         Introduction to Group
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0   courses.                                                                           Psychotherapy (3.0)
 • Humanities Distribution                               3.0                                                                  Interpersonal Relations Requirement - Complete two      6.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0                                                                  of the following courses:
 • PSY 1010        General Psychology (Social/           3.0   emphasis in family studies                       48 credits      • PSY 2800        Human Sexuality (3.0)
                   Behavioral Science)                         Emphasis Requirements:                          48 Credits       • PSY 3510        Psychology Applied to Modern
Discipline Core Requirements:                  19 Credits      Family Studies Core Requirement - Complete the following                           Life (3.0)
Complete the following seven courses:                   19.0   courses:                                                         • FAMS 3250 Applied Parenting (3.0)
 • ANTH 101G Social/Cultural Anthropology (3.0)                  • PSY 1100       Human Development Life Span         3.0       • BESC 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and
 • PSY 1010       General Psychology (completed                  • FAMS 1150 Marriage and Relationship Skills         3.0                         Negotiation (3.0)
                  with GE requirements) (3.0)                    • PSY 2250       Psychology of Interpersonal         3.0       • BESC 3420 Communication and Conflict (3.0)
 • SOC 1010       Introduction to Sociology (3.0)                                 Relationships                                 • BESC 4200 Advanced Mediation and
 • SOC 1200       Sociology of the Family (3.0)                  • BESC 2705 Ethics for the Behavioral Sciences 3.0                               Negotiation (3.0)
 • SW 1010        Introduction to Social Work (3.0)              • PSY 2800       Human Sexuality                     3.0     Biological Requirement - Complete two of the following 6.0
 • BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral                       • FAMS 3240 Relationship Enhancement                 3.0     courses:
                  Sciences (4.0)                                                  Programs                                      • PSY 3420        Learning Memory and Cognition (3.0)
 • BESC 3020 Research Methods for the                            • FAMS 3250 Applied Parenting                        3.0       • PSY 3430        Psychopharmacology (3.0)
                  Behavioral Sciences (3.0)                      • LEGL 3320 Family Law                               3.0       • PSY 3450        Physiological Psychology (3.0)
Emphasis:                                                        • FAMS 4500 Family Life Education Methodology 4.0            General Psychology Requirement - Complete one of        3.0
Complete one of the following:                                   • FAMS 4660 Family Financial and Resource            3.0     the following courses:
 • Anthropology                                        48.0                       Management                                    • PSY 2400        Positive Psychology (3.0)
 • Family Studies                                      48.0      • FAMS 4670 Family Dynamics and Systems              3.0       • PSY 4500        History and Systems of Psychology
 • Psychology                                          48.0    Advanced Research Requirement - Complete one of        3.0                         (3.0)
 • Sociology                                           48.0    the following courses:                                           • PSY 475R        Current Topics in Psychology (1.0)
Elective Requirements:                         18 Credits        • PSY 4010       Experimental Psychology (3.0)               Emphasis Elective Requirements:                9 Credits
 • General Elective Requirement (18 elective credits 18.0        • SOC 4020       Survey Research Design (3.0)                Behavioral Science Elective Requirement (3 courses / 9.0
   from any courses 1000 level or higher)                        • BESC 4040 Applied Behavioral Science                       9 credits) - In addition to the requirements listed above,
Graduation Requirements:                                                          Research (3.0)                              students must complete 9 credits of approved
  1 Completion of a minimum of 120 credits, 40 of which          • BESC 4050 Clinical Research (3.0)                          Behavioral Science electives. These courses must
     must be 3000 level or higher.                             Complete one of the following tracks:                  9.0     come from ANTH/BESC/FAMS/PSY/SOC/SW and
  2 Minimum UVU GPA of 2.0 upon graduation.                    Development Track - Complete the following courses:            they can be 1000 level or higher. Please see a
  3 Minimum 2.5 program GPA upon graduation.                     • PSY 3200       Infancy and Childhood                       Behavioral Science advisor for a list of approved
  4 Residency hours--minimum of 30 credit hours through                           Development (3.0)                           courses.
     course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours            • PSY 3210       Adolescent Development (3.0)
     earned in the last 45 hours.                                • PSY 3220       Adult Development (3.0)
  5 All major course work taken to meet Behavioral              Mediation Track - Complete the following courses:             emphasis in sociology                          48 credits
     Science requirements must be completed with a grade         • BESC 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and                    Emphasis Requirements:                        27 Credits
     of C- or better.                                                             Negotiation (3.0)                           Lower Division Sociology Requirement - Complete two 6.0
  6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                • BESC 3420 Communication and Conflict (3.0)                 of the following courses:
     Intercultural course.                                       • BESC 4200 Advanced Mediation and                             • SOC 1020        Modern Social Problems (3.0)
Note: Please see department advisor for explanation of                            Negotiation (3.0)                             • SOC 2370        Gender Roles (3.0)
all program requirements, a list of recommended classes,        Counseling Track - Complete the following courses:              • SOC 275R Survey of Current Topics (3.0)
and for assistance with creating an academic plan for            • PSY 3400       Abnormal Psychology (3.0)                   Sociology Theory Requirement - Complete the following
graduation.                                                      • PSY 4300       Introduction to Counseling and              two courses:
Note: If a student has completed an associate degree                              Psychotherapy (3.0)                           • SOC 3000 Contemporary Social Theory               3.0
through another institution, the required general education      • SW 4400        Introduction to Group                         • SOC 3310        Classical Social Theory           3.0
courses may be waived.                                                            Psychotherapy (3.0)                         Upper Division Sociology Requirement - Complete four 12.0
Note: Students would need to pass ENGL 1010 and ENGL           Internship Requirement (2 course/150 field hours)              of the following courses:
2010 or 2020 with a C+ or higher as prerequisites for the        • FAMS 481R Senior Internship (1.0)                  2.0       • BESC 3520 Environmental Behavior (3.0)
Behavioral Science Bachelor degree courses.                                                                                     • SOC 3400 Sociology of Religion (3.0)
Footnotes:                                                                                                                      • SOC 3430        Sociology of Education (3.0)
 * Recommended.                                                emphasis in Psychology                           48 credits      • SOC 3460        Political Sociology (3.0)
                                                               Emphasis Requirements:                          39 Credits       • SOC 3510        Sociology of Work and Occupations
                                                               Advanced Research Requirement - Complete one of          3.0                       (3.0)
emphasis in anthropology                        48 credits     the following courses:                                           • SOC 3560        Sociology of Deviance (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                         42 Credits        • PSY 4010       Experimental Psychology (3.0)                 • SOC 3700        Social Inequality (3.0)
Anthropology Core Requirement - Complete the following           • SOC 4020       Survey Research Design (3.0)                  • SOC 4400        Social Change (3.0)
courses:                                                         • BESC 4040 Applied Behavioral Science                         • SOC 475R Current Topics in Sociology (1.0)
  • ANTH 1020 Biological Anthropology                 3.0                         Research (3.0)                              Advanced Research Requirement - Complete one of       3.0
  • ANTH 1030 World Prehistory                        3.0        • BESC 4050 Clinical Research (3.0)                          the following courses:
  • ANTH 2030 Archeological Method and Theory 3.0                • PSY 4150       Tests and Measurements (3.0)                  • SOC 4020        Survey Research Design (3.0)
  • ANTH 3000 Language and Culture                    3.0      Social and Diversity Requirement                         6.0     • BESC 4040 Applied Behavioral Science
Anthropology Theory and Methods Requirement -                  Complete the following course:                                                     Research (3.0)
Complete the following courses:                                  • PSY 3500       Social Psychology (3.0)                       • ANTH 3850 Ethnographic Methods (3.0)
  • ANTH 3850 Ethnographic Methods                    3.0      Complete one of the following courses:                         Emphasis Elective Requirements:               21 Credits
  • ANTH 4120 History of Anthropological Thought 3.0             • PSY 3100       Psychology of Gender (3.0)                  Behavioral Science Electives (7 courses / 21 credits). 21.0
  • ANTH 4130 Contemporary Theory and Debates 3.0                • BESC 3520 Environmental Behavior(3.0)                      In addition to the requirements listed above, students
Anthropology Culture Requirement - Complete two of 6.0           • ANTH 3700 Psychological Anthropology (3.0)                 must complete 21 credits of approved Behavioral
the following courses:                                           • PSY 3850       Psychology of Good and Evil (3.0)           Science electives, 12 credits must be upper-division
  • ANTH 3300 Development and Rural Societies                  Development Requirement                                  6.0   and they must come from ANTH/BESC/FAMS/PSY/
                   (3.0)                                       Complete the following course:                                 SOC/SW. Please see a Behavioral Science advisor for
  • ANTH 3340 Peoples and Cultures of Mexico (3.0)                                                                            a list of approved courses.


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                                                                                                                                                  Behavioral Science
                                                              Graduation Requirements:                                       • SOC 4020       Survey Research Design (3.0)
bsW in social Work                           120 Credits        1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits, 40 of     • BESC 4040      Applied Behavioral Science
Matriculation Requirements:                                       which must be upper division.                                               Research (3.0)
Admission to the BSW program includes the following             2 Overall grade point average of 2.5 or above.              Complete 6 additional credits in Sociology (SOC).      6.0
requirements:                                                   3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through     Credits may be lower or upper division.
  1 Completion of all general education courses.                  course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 credit hours   Footnotes:
  2 Completion of SW 1010 with a B- grade or higher.              earned in the last 45 credit hours.                        ** SOC 1010 is an introductory course and pre-requisite
  3 Completion of ENGL 1010 and ENGL 2010 or 2020 with          4 All 47 credits of the BSW Social Work core                    which may not be used in the 19 hours required for
    a C+ grade or higher.                                         requirements must be completed with a grade of B- or          these Integrated Studies Emphases.
  4 Overall GPA of 2.5 or higher.                                 higher.
  5 Approval of the Social Work Admissions Committee.           5 All 12 credits of Social Work electives must be
General Education Requirements:
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing
                                              35 Credits
                                                       3.0
                                                                  completed with a C- grade or higher.                      Certification in licensed substance
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
                                                                6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
                                                                  Intercultural course.
                                                                                                                            abuse counseling               30 Credits
                   Social Sciences                            Note: Please see department advisor to make an academic       Matriculation Requirements:                     6 Credits
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and               plan and for an explanation of all admission and program       • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing              3.0
                   Technology (3.0)                           requirements.                                                  • PSY 1010       General Psychology                   3.0
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                3.0    Footnote:                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:                 24 Credits
Complete one of the following:                         3.0      * Students must be formally admitted into the BSW            • BESC 4705 Substance Abuse Applied Skills            2.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                              program before they can register for this course.                      and Ethics
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                                                              • BESC 481R Senior Internship (1.0)                  10.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                                                                                     • PSY 3430  Psychopharmacology                        3.0
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                              ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits                        • PSY 3470
                                                                                                                             • PSY 4300
                                                                                                                                         Dynamics of Addiction
                                                                                                                                         Introduction to Counseling and
                                                                                                                                                                                   3.0
                                                                                                                                                                                   3.0
                                                              The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                                                                           Psychotherapy
                                                              the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
Complete the following:                                                                                                      • SW 4400   Introduction to Group                     3.0
                                                              degree requirement listings.)
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0                                                                               Psychotherapy
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness              2.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                     emphasis in anthropology                       19 credits
Distribution Courses                                          Emphasis Requirements:                        19 Credits
 • Biology                                             3.0    Prerequisite - Complete the following course:                 See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 • Physical Science                                    3.0      • ANTH 101G Social/Cultural Anthropology** (3.0)
                                                              Complete the following courses:
                                                                                                                            for detailed course information. This department
 • Additional Biology or Physcial Science              3.0
 • Humanities                                          3.0      • ANTH 1020 Biological Anthropology                  3.0    manages the following course prefixes:
 • Fine Arts                                           3.0      • BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral            4.0
 • PSY 1010        General Psychology (Social/         3.0                       Sciences                                   - ANTH, Anthropology
                   Behavioral Science)                          • ANTH 4120 History of Anthropological Thought 3.0          - ARCH, Archaeology
Discipline Core Requirements:                 63 Credits       or ANTH 4130 Contemporary Theory and Debates
                                                                                 (3.0)
                                                                                                                            - BESC, Behavioral Science
Social Work Core - Complete the following courses: (48
credits)                                                        • ANTH 3850 Ethnographic Methods                     3.0    - FAMS, Family Studies
  • BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral             4.0   Complete 6 additional credits in Anthropology. Three   6.0    - PSY, Psychology
                   Sciences                                   credits must be upper division.                               - SOC, Sociology
  • BESC 3020 Research Methods for the                  3.0   Footnotes:
                                                               ** ANTH 101G is an introductory course and pre-requisite
                                                                                                                            - SW, Social Work
                   Behavioral Sciences
  • BESC 3800 Interviewing Skills                       4.0       which may not be used in the 19 hours required for
  • SW 1010        Introduction to Social Work          3.0       these Integrated Studies Emphases.
  • SW 3000        Social Work Practice I *             3.0
  • SW 3100        Social Work Practice II *            3.0
  • SW 3200        Social Work Practice III *           3.0
                                                              emphasis in Psychology                         19 credits
  • SW 3300        Human Behavior and the Social        3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                        19 Credits
                   Environment I *                            Prerequisite - Complete the following course:
  • SW 3400        Human Behavior and the Social        3.0     • PSY 1010      General Psychology** (3.0)
                   Environment II *                           Complete the following courses:
  • SW 3500        Social Welfare Policies and          3.0     • PSY 2250      Psychology of Interpersonal
                   Services *                                                   Relationships (3.0)
  • SW 3600        Ethics and Values in Social Work     3.0    or PSY 2400      Positive Psychology                   3.0
                   Practice *                                   • BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral             4.0
  • SW 371G        Diversity Issues in Social Work      3.0                     Sciences
                   Practice *                                   • BESC 3020 Research Methods for the                  3.0
  • SW 4800        Integrated Seminar I *               2.0                     Behavioral Sciences
  • SW 481R        Field Placement (1.0) *              3.0   Advanced Research - Complete one of the following       3.0
  • SW 481R        Field Placement (1.0) *              3.0   courses:
  • SW 4850        Integrated Seminar II *              2.0     • PSY 4010      Experimental Psychology (3.0)
Social Work Electives - Complete four of the following 15.0     • SOC 4020      Survey Research Design (3.0)
courses: (15 credits)                                           • BESC 4040 Applied Beavioral Science
  • BESC 3100 Career and Graduate School                                        Research (3.0)
                   Preparation for Behavioral Science           • BESC 4050 Clinical Research (3.0)
                   Majors (3.0)                               Complete 6 additional credits in Psychology (PSY). 3    6.0
  • BESC 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and                   credits must be upper division.
                   Negotiation (3.0)                          Footnotes:
  • BESC 4050 Clinical Research (3.0)                          ** PSY 1010 is an introductory course and pre-requisite
  • FAMS 3250 Applied Parenting (3.0)                             which may not be used in the 19 hours required for
  • FAMS 4660 Family Financial and Resource                       these Integrated Studies Emphases.
                   Management (3.0)
  • LEGL 3320 Family Law (3.0)
  • SOC 4020       Survey Research Design (3.0)               emphasis in sociology                          19 credits
  • PSY 3400       Abnormal Psychology (3.0)                  Emphasis Requirements:                        19 Credits
  • SW 3510        International Social Work (3.0)            Prerequisite - Complete the following course:
  • SW 3750        Child Abuse/Neglect and Domestic            • SOC 1010       Introduction to Sociology** (3.0)
                   Violence (3.0)                             Complete the following:
  • SW 4500        Crisis Intervention (3.0)                   • SOC 3000 Contemporary Social Theory                  3.0
  • SW 4700        Case Management in Social Work              or SOC 3310      Classical Social Theory (3.0)
                   Practice (3.0)                              • BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral              4.0
  • SW 475R        Current Topics in Social Work (3.0)                          Sciences
  • SW 490R        Independent Studies (1.0)                   • BESC 3020 Research Methods for the                   3.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:               22 Credits                        Behavioral Sciences
Complete 22 additional credits of any courses 1000 to 22.0    Advanced Research - Complete one of the following       3.0
4000 level.                                                   courses:


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Biology
                                                  Telephone: 801-863-7207                          prior to their first semester of enrollment at UVU
              Biology                             E-mail: Jennifer.Orchard@uvu.edu                 to formulate a plan of study. BS in Biotechnology
                                                                                                   majors consult with the Biotechnology advisor. BS
                                               Secondary Education: Richard Tolman                 in Biology Education majors consult with Biology
Department Chair: Virginia Bayer                 Office: SB 242f                                   Secondary Education advisor. BS in Integrated
  Office: SB 243e                                Telephone: 801-863-6229                           Studies must also consult with the Integrated
  Telephone: 801-863-8605                        E-mail: tolmanri@uvu.edu                          Studies advisor.
  E-mail: bayervi@uvu.edu                                                                          Students interested in a career in biology or
                                             Staff:                                                related field are encouraged to earn at least a
Administrative Support: Alana Korstanje        Curator, Herbarium: Jason Alexander                 baccalaureate degree (BS). Many professions
  Telephone: 801-863-8511                      Lab Manager, Anatomy/Physiology: Don                (e.g. pharmacy, medicine) require additional
  E-mail: korstaal@uvu.edu                     Homan                                               post-baccalaureate education. The UVU AS/AA
                                               Lab Manager, Biology: Melissa Monk                  degree is intended for students who plan to use
                                               Lab Manager, Biotechnology: James Bradshaw          it as a first step toward a baccalaureate degree.
Faculty:                                       Lab Manager, Botany: Allison Searle                 The AS/AA degree may be granted to those who
  Professor                                    Lab Manager, Microbiology: Ken Slater               do not continue in a bachelor’s program and meet
    Paul Bybee                                                                                     the minimum requirements. The Departmental
    Daniel Fairbanks                         College of Science & Health                           Bachelor of Science Degrees may be used for
    Lawrence J. Gray                                                                               entry into a career or in preparation for post-
    James Harris                               Dean: Sam Rushforth
                                                 Office: SB 241                                    baccalaureate (for masters and doctoral degrees)
    Jorma Kirsi                                                                                    or professional (e.g. medical, dental) education. A
    Bruce Parker                                 Telephone: 801-863-8980
                                                                                                   Bachelor of Science Degree in Integrated Studies,
    James V. Price                                                                                 Biology emphasis is available. Please see Biology
    Robert Robbins                           The UVU Biology Department programs offer
                                                                                                   advisor for more information.
    Sam Rushforth                            a variety of courses that investigate the living
    Mike Shively                             world, including courses in biology, biotechnology,
    Richard Tolman                           botany, ecology, evolution, genetics, human           AA pre-major in Biology                     60 Credits
                                             anatomy, human physiology, conservation               General Education Requirements:             39 Credits
    Renee Van Buren                                                                                 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
    Wayne Whaley                             biology, microbiology, zoology and others. A           • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
    Heather Wilson-Ashworth                  course of study may be designed to provide                               Social Sciences
  Associate Professor                        breadth in the life sciences or to prepare students    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                             for a specific area of biology.                                          Technology (3.0)
    Virginia Bayer                                                                                  • MATH 1050 College Algebra                           4.0
    Mark Bracken                                                                                   Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                             Many courses in these programs fill general
    Olga Kopp                                                                                       • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                             education requirements in the biology distribution    and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
    Ruhul H. Kuddus
                                             area (see Graduation Requirements section of the       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
    Catherine Stephen                                                                               • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                             UVU catalog).
    Michael Stevens                                                                                 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
  Assistant Professor                                                                               • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
    Emily Holt                                                                                     Complete the following:
                                             CAreer OppOrtunitieS                                   • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
    Coleen Hough                                                                                    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
    Heath Ogden                              Majors in Biology prepare for a wide variety of        or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0
    Glendon Parker                           occupations in education, government, medicine,       Distribution Courses
  Scholar in Residence                                                                              • BIOL 1610 College Biology I (To be taken with       4.0
                                             and research. Students majoring in a UVU                                 BIOL 1615)
    James Jensen                             Bachelor’s program should meet with the Biology        • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (To be          4.0
    Scott Woodward                           Department advisor early in their program.                               taken with CHEM 1215)
                                                                                                    • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (To be         4.0
                                                                                                                      taken with CHEM 1225)
Advisors:                                                                                           • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
  Biology: Terrell Wyche                     JOB OutlOOK                                            • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
                                                                                                    • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0
     Office: PS 201                          Graduates with degrees in Biology are especially      Discipline Core Requirements:               13 Credits
     Telephone: 801-863-6208                 in demand in the secondary education, health,         Complete the following:
     E-mail: TWyche@uvu.edu                  natural resource management, and biotechnology
                                                                                                    • BIOL 1615 College Biology I Laboratory (To be       1.0
                                                                                                                     taken with BIOL 1610)
                                             areas.                                                 • BIOL 1620 College Biology II                        3.0
  Biology: Heidi Creer                                                                             and BIOL 1625 College Biology II Laboratory            1.0
     Office: PS 201                                                                                 • CHEM 1215 Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory      1.0
     Telephone: 801-863-5259                                                                                         (To be taken with CHEM 1210)
     E-mail: Heidi.Creer@uvu.edu             prOgrAmS                                               • CHEM 1225 Principles of Chemistry II                1.0
                                                                                                                     Laboratory (To be taken with CHEM
                                             Seven degree options are available: Associate in                        1220)
  Biotechnology: Thayne Dickey               Science Degree or Associate in Arts with a pre-        • Minimum of 2 additional biology courses (BIOL,      6.0
     Office: PS 201                          major in Biology; Bachelor of Science Degree in           BOT, MICR, or ZOOL prefixes). BIOL 1010
     Telephone: 801-863-6791                                                                           and BIOL 1050 cannot be used to meet this
                                             Integrated Studies (IS) with a Biology emphasis,          requirement. See Biology Advisor.
     E-mail: DICKEYTH@uvu.edu                Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, Bachelor       Elective Requirements:                        8 Credits
                                             of Science Degree in Biotechnology, Bachelor           • Same Foreign Language.                             8.0
  Pre-Health Professions: Amber Collins      of Science in Biology Education, and Bachelor         Graduation Requirements:
    Office: LC 404b                          of Science Degree in Botany. A minor in biology        1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.
                                                                                                    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
    Telephone: 801-863-5168                  is available for those in other baccalaureate            (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
    E-mail: COLLINAM@uvu.edu                 programs.                                              3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                                                      course attendance at UVU.
  Pre-Health Professions: Jennifer Orchard   All AS/AA and BS Biology, Botany, and IS majors        4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                             must consult with the Biology Department advisor         requirements.
    Office: LC 404a


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                                                                                                                                                                           Biology
 5 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of          • Social/Behavioral Science                              3.0   Complete the following:
   course work from one language.                             Discipline Core Requirements:                50.5 Credits        • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
                                                               • BIOL 1615       College Biology I Laboratory           1.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                               • BIOL 1620       College Biology II                     3.0    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0
AS pre-major in Biology                       60 Credits       • BIOL 1625       College Biology II Laboratory          1.0   Distribution Courses
General Education Requirements:               39 Credits       • BIOL 3400       Cell Biology                           3.0    • BIOL 1610       College Biology I                    4.0
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    • BIOL 3500       Genetics                               3.0    • CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry for the               4.0
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0    • BIOL 3505       Genetics Tutorial                      0.5                      Health Sciences
                   Social Sciences                             • BIOL 3550       Molecular Biology                      3.0    • CHEM 1120 Elementary Organic Bio-Chemistry           4.0
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                • BIOL 3600       Biological Chemistry                   3.0    • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
                   Technology (3.0)                            • BIOL 3700       General Ecology                        3.0    • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0    • BIOL 4500       Principles of Evolution                3.0    • HIST 4320 History of Scientific Thought              3.0
Complete one of the following:                          3.0    • BIOL 494R       Seminar                                1.0                      (Social/Behavioral Science)
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                          • MATH 2040       Principles of Statistics               4.0   Discipline Core Requirements:               86.5 Credits
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                 or MATH 1060      Trigonometry (3.0)                            • BIOL 1615     College Biology I Laboratory         1.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      and MATH 1210      Calculus I (5.0)                              • BIOL 1620     College Biology II                   3.0
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   • PHYS 2010       College Physics I                      4.0    • BIOL 1625     College Biology II Laboratory        1.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • PHYS 2015       College Physics I Lab                  1.0    • MICR 2060     Microbiology for Health Professions 3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • PHYS 2020       College Physics II                     4.0   and MICR 2065    Microbiology for Health Professions 1.0
Complete the following:                                        • PHYS 2025       College Physics II Lab                 1.0                    Laboratory
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    • CHEM 1215       Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory   1.0    or MICR 3450 General Microbiology (3.0)
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                • CHEM 1225       Principles of Chemistry II             1.0   and MICR 3455 General Microbiology Laboratory (1.0)
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0                      Laboratory                                    • BIOL 3500 Genetics                                 3.0
Distribution Courses                                           •   CHEM 2310     Organic Chemistry I                    4.0    • BIOL 3505 Genetics Tutorial                        0.5
 • BIOL 1610 College Biology I (To be taken with        4.0    •   CHEM 2315     Organic Chemistry I Laboratory         1.0    • BIOL 3700 General Ecology                          3.0
                   BIOL 1615)                                  •   CHEM 2320     Organic Chemistry II                   4.0    • BIOL 4200 Teaching Methods in Science              3.0
 • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (To be           4.0    •   CHEM 2325     Organic Chemistry II Laboratory        1.0    • BIOL 4500 Principles of Evolution                  3.0
                   taken with CHEM 1215)                      Elective Requirements:                         33 Credits        • BIOL 494R Seminar                                  1.0
 • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (To be          4.0    • Choose 4 credits from any MICR electives.             4.0     • BOT 2050      Field Botany                         3.0
                   taken with CHEM 1225)                       • Choose 3 credits from any BOT electives.              3.0     or BOT 2100     Flora of Utah (3.0)
 • Humanities Distribution                              3.0    • Choose 3 credits from any ZOOL electives (except 3.0          or BOT 4300     Woody Plants of Utah (3.0)
 • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0      ZOOL 1090).                                                   • BOT 3340      Plant Biology                        4.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0    • Additional credits to meet credit and upper-division 23.0     • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy                            3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:                 15 Credits         requirements.                                                 • ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory                 1.0
Complete the following:                                       Graduation Requirements:                                         • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology                       3.0
 • BIOL 1615      College Biology I Laboratory (To be   1.0   1 Complete the required minimum credit hours.                    • ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory            1.0
                  taken with BIOL 1610)                       2 If an AA or AS degree has been earned, a maximum of            • ZOOL 3100 Vertebrate Zoology                     3.0
 • BIOL 1620 College Biology II                         3.0      64 of these credits may apply toward the BS.                  • ZOOL 3105 Vertebrate Zoology Laboratory          1.0
and BIOL 1625 College Biology II Laboratory             1.0   3 At least 30 credit hours in residence at UVU or satellite      • ZOOL 3200 Invertebrate Zoology                   4.0
 • CHEM 1215 Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory       1.0      sites are required, with 10 hours earned during the last      • CHEM 1115 Elementary Chemistry Laboratory 1.0
                  (To be taken with CHEM 1210)                   45 hours.                                                     • CHEM 1125 Elementary Organic Bio-Chemistry 1.0
 • CHEM 1225 Principles of Chemistry II                 1.0   4 A minimum of 40 credits must be upper-division                                 Laboratory
                  Laboratory (To be taken with CHEM              (numbered 3000 or above).                                    Education Courses
                  1220)                                       5 A minimum of 40 credits must be in the major (BIOL,            • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                   3.0
 • Minimum of 3 additional biology courses (BIOL,       8.0      BOT, BTEC, MICR, or ZOOL prefixes), 30 of which               • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education 2.0
    BOT, MICR, or ZOOL prefixes). BIOL 1010                      must be upper-division. A minimum of nine Department          • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                      2.0
    and BIOL 1050 cannot be used to meet this                    credits must be taken at UVU.                                 • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                   2.0
    requirement. See Biology Advisor.                         6 Except for 490R Special Topics courses, a maximum              • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                  2.0
Elective Requirements:                         6 Credits         cumulative total of 9 credits in any combination of upper     • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing 3.0
 • Complete any course 1000 or higher. See Biology      6.0      division Departmental courses with an "R" designation         • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL            3.0
   Advisor.                                                      may count toward graduation.                                  • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction         3.0
                                                              7 Complete Biology Department core courses with a                                and Assessment
Graduation Requirements:
                                                                 grade of "C-" or higher in each course.                       • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0) 10.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.
                                                              8 Achieve a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 with a minimum            • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                     2.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                 GPA of 2.25 in biology department courses.                    • GEO 1010      Introduction to Geology              3.0
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                              9 Complete the appropriate application for graduation            • GEO 1015      Introduction to Geology Laboratory 1.0
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                 form.                                                         • PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics                       3.0
   course attendance at UVU.
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                10 Successful completion of at least one Global/                Graduation Requirements:
   requirements.                                                 Intercultural course.                                         1 Complete the required minimum credit hours.
                                                                                                                               2 If an AA or AS degree has been earned, a maximum of
                                                                                                                                 64 of these credits may apply toward the BS.
BS in Biology                             122.5 Credits       BS in Biology education                     125.5 Credits        3 At least 30 credit hours in residence at UVU or satellite
Matriculation Requirements:                                   Matriculation Requirements:                                        sites are required, with 10 hours earned during the last
BIOL 1610 with C- or higher and approval of Biology           Admission to Professional Education status is a requirement        45 hours.
Department advisor.                                           for enrollment in professional studies level courses.            4 A minimum of 40 credits must be upper-division
General Education Requirements:               39 Credits        1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)       (numbered 3000 or above).
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0        composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score    5 A minimum of 30 credits must be in the major (BIOL,
 • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and    3.0        lower than 19.                                                BOT, MICR, or ZOOL prefixes), courses as follows:
                   Technology                                   2 GPA of 2.75 or higher                                          minimum of 9 Biology credits must be taken at UVU and
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0     3 Completion of all General Education requirements and           a minimum of 20 Biology credits must be upper-division.
Complete one of the following:                          3.0        required pre-professional education courses.                6 Complete the appropriate application for graduation
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education                 form.
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                     Selection and Retention Committee.                          7 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                        5 Pass criminal background check.                                Intercultural course.
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                  General Education Requirements:                39 Credits
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing                 3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • ENGL 2020      Intermediate Writing--Science and       3.0   BS in Biotechnology                        122.5 Credits
Complete the following:                                                         Technology                                    General Education Requirements:               39 Credits
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    • MATH 1050 College Algebra                              4.0    • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing               3.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)               Complete one of the following:                            3.0    • ENGL 2020      Intermediate Writing--Science and     3.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                             Technology
Distribution Courses                                          and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)                    • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0
 • BIOL 1610 College Biology I                          4.0    • HIST 1700      American Civilization (3.0)                   Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I                  4.0    • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)                      • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II                 4.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)
 • Humanities Distribution                              3.0    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                  • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0                                                                    • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)



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 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                       2.0    • Complete 12 upper-division credits from any BIOL, 12.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                Distribution Courses                                               BOT, MICR, or ZOOL courses with a grade of C-
Complete the following:                                         • BIOL 1610 College Biology I                            4.0      or higher in each. BIOL 495R, BIOL 489R, BIOL
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0    • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I                    4.0      499R, ZOOL 3080, or ZOOL 4080 cannot be used
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II                   4.0      to meet this requirement.
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0    • Humanities Distribution                                3.0
Distribution Courses                                            • Fine Arts Distribution                                 3.0
 • BIOL 1610 College Biology I                           4.0    • Social/Behavioral Science                              3.0   BA/BS in integrated Studies 123 Credits
 • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I                   4.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                 70.5 Credits      The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
 • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II                  4.0    • BIOL 1615       College Biology I Laboratory           1.0   the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
 • Humanities Distribution                               3.0    • BIOL 1620       College Biology II                     3.0   degree requirement listings.)
 • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0    • BIOL 1625       College Biology II Laboratory          1.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0    • BIOL 3400       Cell Biology                           3.0   emphasis in Biology                            18 Credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                73.5 Credits       • BIOL 3500       Genetics                               3.0
 • BIOL 1616      College Biology I Laboratory for       1.0    • BIOL 3505       Genetics Tutorial                      0.5   Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
                  Biotechnology Majors                          • BIOL 3700       General Ecology                        3.0   Biology Emphasis
 •   BIOL 3400    Cell Biology                           3.0    • BIOL 3705       General Ecology Laboratory             1.0   Prerequisites (see Advisor):
 •   BIOL 3405    Cell Biology Laboratory                1.0    • BIOL 3800       Conservation Biology                   3.0    • BIOL 1610 College Biology I (4.0)
 •   BIOL 3500    Genetics                               3.0    • BIOL 4500       Principles of Evolution                3.0    • BIOL 1615 College Biology I Laboratory (1.0)
 •   BIOL 3505    Genetics Tutorial                      0.5    • BIOL 494R       Seminar                                1.0    • CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry for the
 •   BIOL 3515    Advanced Genetics Laboratory           1.0    • MATH 2040       Principles of Statistics               4.0                      Health Sciences (recommended)
 •   BIOL 3550    Molecular Biology                      3.0    or MATH 1060      Trigonometry (3.0)                                              (4.0)
 •   BIOL 3555    Experiments in Molecular Biology       1.0   and MATH 1210      Calculus I (5.0)                             Complete the following:
 •   BIOL 3600    Biological Chemistry                   3.0    • PHYS 2010       College Physics I                      4.0    • BIOL 1620 College Biology II                      3.0
 •   BIOL 3605    Biochemistry Laboratory                1.0    • PHYS 2015       College Physics I Lab                  1.0    • BIOL 1625 College Biology II Laboratory           1.0
 •   BIOL 4550    Molecular Evolution and                3.0    • PHYS 2020       College Physics II                     4.0    • BIOL 4500 Principles of Evolution                 3.0
                  Bioinformatics                               and PHYS 2025      College Physics II Lab                 1.0    • Complete 11 credits (minimum of 9 credits must   11.0
 • BTEC 481R      Biotechnology Internship (1.0)         5.0    or GEOG 1300      Survey of World Geography (3.0)                  be upper-division) from any BIOL, BOT, MICR, or
 • BTEC 481R      Biotechnology Internship (1.0)         5.0   and GEOG 3630      Introduction to Geographic                       ZOOL courses except BIOL 1010, ZOOL 1090,
 or BIOL 489R     Student Research (1.0)                                          Information Systems (4.0)                        BIOL 494R, BIOL 489R, BIOL 495R, or BIOL
and BIOL 499R     Senior Thesis (1.0)                           • CHEM 1215       Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory   1.0       499R.
 • MICR 2060      Microbiology for Health Professions    3.0    • CHEM 1225       Principles of Chemistry II             1.0
 • MICR 2065      Microbiology for Health Professions    1.0                      Laboratory
                  Laboratory                                    • CHEM 2310       Organic Chemistry I                    4.0
 •   MATH 2040    Principles of Statistics               4.0    • CHEM 2315       Organic Chemistry I Laboratory         1.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 •   PHYS 2010    College Physics I                      4.0    • CHEM 2320       Organic Chemistry II                   4.0   for detailed course information. This department
 •   PHYS 2015    College Physics I Lab                  1.0   and CHEM 2325      Organic Chemistry II Laboratory        1.0
                                                                                                                               manages the following course prefixes:
 •   PHYS 2020    College Physics II                     4.0    or CHEM 3020      Environmental Chemistry (3.0)
 •   PHYS 2025    College Physics II Lab                 1.0   and CHEM 3025      Environmental Chemistry
 •   CHEM 1215    Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory   1.0                      Laboratory (1.0)                             - BIOL, Biology
 •   CHEM 1225    Principles of Chemistry II             1.0    •   MICR 3450     General Microbiology                   3.0   - BOT, Botany
                  Laboratory                                    •   MICR 3455     General Microbiology Laboratory        1.0   - BTEC, Biotechnology
 •   CHEM 2310    Organic Chemistry I                    4.0    •   BOT 2100      Flora of Utah                          3.0
                                                                •   BOT 2400      Plant Kingdom                          4.0
                                                                                                                               - MICR, Microbiology
 •   CHEM 2315    Organic Chemistry I Laboratory         1.0
 •   CHEM 2320    Organic Chemistry II                   4.0    •   BOT 4100      Plant Anatomy                          4.0   - ZOOL, Zoology
 •   CHEM 2325    Organic Chemistry II Laboratory        1.0    •   BOT 4200      Vascular Plant Taxonomy                3.0
 •   BTEC 1010    Fundamentals of Biotechnology I        3.0    •   BOT 4600      Plant Physiology                       3.0
                  Career Survey                                 •   BOT 4605      Plant Physiology Laboratory            1.0
 • BTEC 2010      DNA Manipulation and Analysis          2.0   Elective Requirements:                          13 Credits
                  (3.0)                                         • Additional credits to meet credit and upper-division 13.0
 • BTEC 2020      Protein Purification and Analysis      3.0      requirements.
 • BTEC 2030      Cell Culture Techniques                2.0   Graduation Requirements:
 • BTEC 2040      Advanced Nucleic Acid Laboratory       3.0    1 Complete the required minimum credit hours.
Elective Requirements:                         10 Credits       2 If an AA or AS degree has been earned, a maximum of
 • Additional credits to meet credit and upper-division10.0       64 of these credits may apply toward the BS.
   requirements.                                                3 At least 30 credit hours in residence at UVU or satellite
Graduation Requirements:                                          sites are required, with 10 hours earned during the last
 1 Complete the required minimum credit hours.                    45 hours.
 2 At least 30 credit hours in residence at UVU or satellite    4 A minimum of 40 credits must be upper-division
   sites are required, with 10 hours earned during the last       (numbered 3000 or above).
   45 hours.                                                    5 A minimum of 40 credits must be in the Biology
 3 A minimum of 40 credits must be upper-division                 Department(BIOL, BOT, BTEC, MICR, or ZOOL
   (numbered 3000 or above).                                      prefixes), 30 of which must be upper-division. A
 4 Complete core courses with a grade of “C-” or higher           minimum of nine Biology Department credits must be
   in each course.                                                taken at UVU.
 5 Achieve a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 with a minimum          6 Complete discipline core courses with a grade of “C-”
   GPA of 2.25 in core courses.                                   or higher in each course.
 6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                7 Achieve a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 with a minimum
   Intercultural course.                                          GPA of 2.25 in Biology Department courses.
                                                                8 Complete the appropriate application for graduation
                                                                  form.
BS in Botany                                122.5 Credits       9 Successful completion of at least one Global/
General Education Requirements:                39 Credits         Intercultural course.
 • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing                3.0
 • ENGL 2020      Intermediate Writing--Science and      3.0
                  Technology                                   minor in Biology                                21 Credits
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0   Matriculation Requirements:
Complete one of the following:                           3.0    1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                          Discipline Core Requirements:                   21 Credits
and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)                  Complete the following with a grade of C- or better:
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                        • BIOL 1610 College Biology I                            4.0
 • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)                     • BIOL 1615 College Biology I Laboratory                 1.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            • BIOL 1620 College Biology II                           3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                 • BIOL 1625 College Biology II Laboratory                1.0
Complete the following:
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)



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                                                                                                                      Building Inspection Technology

            Building
                                                                                                                       •   BIT 1230    Plan Review                           3.0
                                                      Certificate in building                                          •   BIT 1240    Plumbing Codes                        3.0
                                                      inspection technology                           29 Credits       •   BIT 1330    Mechanical Codes                      3.0

           Inspection
                                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                   30 Credits       •   BIT 1340    Electrical Codes                      3.0
                                                       •    COMM 2110    Interpersonal Communication            3.0    •   BIT 1380    Ride-Along Lab                        1.0
                                                       •    BIT 1010     Building Codes                         3.0    •   BCCM 1110   Principles of Residential Framing     3.0

           Technology
                                                       •    BIT 1170     Field Lab--Building Codes              1.0    •   BCCM 1120   Blueprint Reading                     2.0
                                                       •    BIT 1240     Plumbing Codes                         3.0    •   BCCM 1150   Building Construction Safety          1.0
                                                       •    BIT 1330     Mechanical Codes                       3.0    •   BCCM 1190   Framing and Concrete Lab              5.0
                                                       •    BIT 1340     Electrical Codes                       3.0    •   BCCM 1240   Roofs Stairs and Specialty Framing    3.0
                                                       •    BIT 1380     Ride-Along Lab                         1.0    •   BCCM 299R   Skills USA (1.0)                      1.0
Department of construction technologies                •    BCCM 1110    Principles of Residential Framing      3.0    •   EGDT 1020   3D Architectural Modeling             3.0
                                                       •    BCCM 1120    Blueprint Reading                      2.0    •   EGDT 1400   Surveying                             4.0
                                                       •    BCCM 1150    Building Construction Safety           1.0    •   EGDT 1600   Technical Math--Algebra               3.0
                                                       •    BCCM 1240    Roofs Stairs and Specialty Framing     3.0    •   ESFO 2030   Fire Inspector I                      3.0
Department chair: barry hallsted
                                                       •    ESFO 2030    Fire Inspector I                       3.0
  Office: GT 601
  Telephone: 801-863-8135
                                                      aas in building                                                 See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                                                      inspection technology                           63 Credits      for detailed course information. This department
administrative support: sandra ozuna                  General Education Requirements:                 17 Credits      manages the following course prefixes:
  Office: GT 613                                       •    CMGT 1150    Construction Safety                    2.0
                                                       •    COMM 1020    Public Speaking                        3.0   - BCCM, Building Construction and Construction
  Telephone: 801-863-7405                              •    COMM 2110    Interpersonal Communication            3.0
                                                                                                                                   Management
                                                       •    EGDT 1600    Technical Math--Algebra                3.0
                                                       or   MATH 1040    Introduction to Statistics (required         - BIT, Building Inspection Technology
Program coordinator: fred Davis                                          for BS in Technology Management)             - CAW, Cabinetry and Architectural Woodworking
  Office: GT 615                                                         (3.0) *                                      - CMGT, Construction Management
                                                       • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8861                              • PHSC 1000       Survey of Physical Science             3.0
                                                                                                                      - FAC, Facilities Management
                                                                         (recommended for Biology/Physical
                                                                         Science requirement)
faculty:                                              Discipline Core Requirements:                   46 Credits
  Associate Professor                                  •    BIT 1010     Building Codes                         3.0
                                                       •    BIT 1170     Field Lab--Building Codes              1.0
    Fred Davis                                         •    BIT 1230     Plan Review                            3.0
                                                       •    BIT 1240     Plumbing Codes                         3.0
                                                       •    BIT 1330     Mechanical Codes (Recommended)         3.0
advisor:                                               or   CMGT 3020    Building Envelopes and Mechanical
  Amy Ostler                                                             Systems (3.0)
                                                       • BIT 1340        Electrical Codes                       3.0
    Office: CS 635                                     • BIT 1380        Ride-Along Lab                         1.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8138                            • CMGT 1160       Building Information Modeling          3.0
                                                                         (Recommended)
                                                       or   EGDT 1020    3D Architectural Modeling (3.0)
advisory committee:                                    •    EGDT 1400    Surveying                              4.0
Quinn Davis, Wasatch County Building Official;         •    ESFO 2030    Fire Inspector I                       3.0
                                                       •    DGM 2010     Business Computer Proficiency          3.0
Bill Bell, Building Safety Division Manager; Donna     or   DGM 2360     Spreadsheet Applications (3.0)
Jackson, Midvale City Building Official; Gilbert       or   DGM 2370     Database Applications (3.0)
Gonzales, Murray City Assistant Building Official;     •    CMGT 1010    Introduction to Construction           3.0
Dave Johnson, Public Works Director/Building                             Management
                                                       • CMGT 1020       Construction Materials and             3.0
Official.                                                                Methods I
                                                       •    CMGT 3010    Construction Materials Testing         3.0
college of technology & computing                      •    CMGT 1190    Concrete and Framing Lab               3.0
                                                       or   CMGT 1220    Finishing Lab (3.0)
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                   or   BCCM 281R    Cooperative Work Experience (2
    Office: CS 720                                                       credits) (1.0)
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                           and BCCM 285R      Cooperative Correlated Class (1.0)
                                                       • CMGT 2010       Construction Materials and             3.0
                                                                         Methods II
                                                       • CMGT 399R       Student Professional Organization      1.0
caReeR oPPoRtunities
                                                                         (Must be taken twice for 1 credit)
Graduates of this program will be better equipped                        (0.5)
to find employment in building inspection, building   Graduation Requirements:
                                                       1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
construction, and construction supervision. In         2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
addition, this curriculum will provide supporting         (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
instruction for those students in the construction     3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                          course attendance at UVU.
trades as well as architectural and engineering       Footnotes:
drafting programs.                                     * Must be completed with a grade of C- or better.


                                                      bs in
PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                  technology management                          124 Credits
Students may earn a One-Year Certificate,             The following Technical Area is available (see the Technol-
                                                      ogy Management section of this catalog for complete
an Associate in Applied Science Degree, or            degree requirement listings.)
a Bachelor of Science Degree in Technology
Management.                                           emphasis in
                                                      building inspection technology                  45 credits
Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0       Emphasis Requirements:                               45.0
(C) or above is required for graduation.               • BIT 1010        Building Codes                         3.0
                                                       • BIT 1170        Field Lab--Building Codes              1.0


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Business/Marketing Education

               Business/                                                                                                    minor in business education 19-24 Credits
                                                               5 Pass criminal background check.
                                                              General Education Requirements:               36 Credits      Matriculation Requirements:
                                                               • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    1 Minimum ACT scores.

               Marketing
                                                               • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0    2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.
                                                                                 Social Sciences                             3 A CAPP written exam.
                                                               or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                4 An interview directed by the Secondary Teacher

               Education
                                                                                 Technology (3.0)                              Education Selection and Retention Committee.
                                                               • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0    5 Must be accepted into a Secondary Education major
                                                              Complete one of the following:                          3.0      program.
                                                               • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                                            Discipline Core Requirements:                     3 Credits
                                                              and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                                             • BMED 4200 Methods of Teaching Digital                  3.0
Department of Digital media                                    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                                                                                              Technology
                                                               • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                                                                                            Emphasis:
                                                               • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                                                                                            Complete one of the following:
Department chair: thor anderson                                • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                                                                                             • Basic Business Core                                   21.0
                                                              Complete the following:
  Office: CS 526f                                                                                                            • Business Information Technology                       19.0
                                                               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
                                                                                                                             • Digital Media                                         16.0
  Telephone: 801-863-6138                                      • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                                                                                             • Marketing                                             18.0
  E-mail: thor.anderson@uvu.edu                                or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0
                                                              Distribution Courses
                                                                                                                            Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                                                             1 Overall grade point average 2.75 or above with no
                                                               • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/           3.0
                                                                                                                                grade lower than a B- in all discipline and specialty core
administrative support:                                                          Behavioral Science)
                                                                                                                                courses.
                                                               • Biology                                              3.0
  Office: CS 526                                                                                                             2 Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite
                                                               • Physical Science                                     3.0
                                                                                                                                courses.
  Telephone: 801-863-8485                                      • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0
                                                                                                                             3 Fifty percent of the credits for the minor must be upper-
                                                               • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
                                                               • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0       division courses.
                                                                                                                            Notes:
Program Director: cynthia krebs                               Discipline Core Requirements:                 82 Credits       • Students must pass a criminal background check at the
                                                               •   EDSC 3000    Educational Psychology                3.0
  Office: CS 526a                                              •   EDSC 3050    Foundations of American Education     2.0
                                                                                                                                beginning of the junior year.
  Telephone: 801-863-8281                                                                                                    • Participation in Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) or Delta Epsilon
                                                               •   EDSP 3400    Exceptional Students                  2.0
                                                                                                                                Chi (DEX) is recommended for one semester.
  E-mail: cynthia.krebs@uvu.edu                                •   EDSC 4200    Classroom Management I                2.0
                                                                                                                             • Students will teach at least one business (or marketing
                                                               •   EDSC 4250    Classroom Management II               2.0
                                                                                                                                if completing the Marketing emphasis) course during
                                                               •   EDSC 4440    Content Area Reading and Writing      3.0
                                                                                                                                the student teaching experience.
faculty:                                                       •   EDSC 445G    Multicultural Instruction ESL         3.0
                                                               •   EDSC 4550    Secondary Curriculum Instruction      3.0
  Professor                                                                     and Assessment
    Cynthia Krebs                                                                                                           emphasis in
                                                               • EDSC 4850      Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)    10.0
                                                                                                                            basic business core                              21 credits
  Associate Professor                                          • BMED 4200      Methods of Teaching Digital           3.0
                                                                                                                            Emphasis Requirements:                          21 Credits
                                                                                Technology
    Jan Bentley                                                • BMED 4250      Methods of Teaching Business and      3.0    • BMED 4250 Methods of Teaching Business and             3.0
    Trudy Christensen                                                           Marketing                                                      Marketing
                                                               • BMED 4900      Business/Marketing Student            2.0    • ACC 2010        Financial Accounting                   3.0
                                                                                Teaching Seminar                             • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                 3.0
advisor:                                                       •   DGM 1010     Basic Computer Applications           2.0    • FIN 1060        Personal Finance                       3.0
                                                               •   DGM 1063     Image Editing                         2.0   Complete at least 9 credits from the following courses    9.0
  Joyce Porter                                                                                                               • ECON 2010 Microeconomics (3.0)
                                                               •   DGM 1110     Digital Media Essentials I            4.0
    Office: CS 635h                                            •   DGM 2120     Web Essentials                        3.0    • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (3.0)
    Telephone: 801-863-7125                                    •   DGM 2360     Spreadsheet Applications              3.0    • FIN 3100        Principles of Finance (3.0)
                                                                                                                             • MGMT 2200 Business Communication (3.0)
    E-mail: joyce.porter@uvu.edu                               •   DGM 2370     Database Applications                 3.0
                                                                                                                             • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior (3.0)
                                                               •   DGM 3820     Presentation Applications             3.0
                                                               •   DGM 3850     Desktop Publishing Skills             3.0    • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing (3.0)
college of technology & computing                              •   ACC 2010     Financial Accounting                  3.0
                                                               •   LEGL 3000    Business Law                          3.0
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                           •   ECON 2010    Microeconomics                        3.0
                                                                                                                            emphasis in
    Office: CS 720                                             •   MGMT 2200    Business Communication                3.0   business information technology                  19 credits
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                                    •   MGMT 3000    Organizational Behavior               3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                          19 Credits
                                                               •   MKTG 3600    Principles of Marketing               3.0    •   DGM 1110      Digital Media Essentials I             4.0
                                                               •   FIN 1060     Personal Finance                      3.0    •   DGM 2120      Web Essentials                         3.0
                                                              Elective Requirements:                         6 Credits       •   DGM 2360      Spreadsheet Applications               3.0
PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                                                                                         •   DGM 2370      Database Applications                  3.0
                                                              Complete at least 6 credits from the following:         6.0
Students interested in teaching can pursue a                   • MKTG 3630 Services Marketing (3.0)                          •   DGM 3820      Presentation Applications              3.0
Bachelor of Science in Business/Marketing                      • MKTG 3650 Selling and Sales Management                      •   DGM 3850      Desktop Publishing Skills              3.0
Education and a secondary teaching license                                       (3.0)
through a joint program offered by the Digital                 • MKTG 3660 Digital Marketing (3.0)                          emphasis in Digital media                        16 credits
Media Department and the School of Education.                  • MKTG 3670 Advertising and Promotion (3.0)                  Emphasis Requirements:                          14 Credits
The Business/Marketing Education curriculum                   Graduation Requirements:                                       • BMED 4200 Methods of Teaching Digital                  3.0
                                                                1 Completion of the 124 semester credit hours required                   Technology
prepares students to teach information                             in the degree with at least 40 credit hours in upper-
technology, multimedia, business, and marketing                                                                              • DGM 1110  Digital Media Essentials I                   4.0
                                                                   division courses.                                         • DGM 2120 Web Essentials                                3.0
courses in the secondary schools. Secondary                     2 Overall GPA of 2.75 or above with no grade lower than      • DGM 2210 3D Modeling and Animation                     4.0
education teaching minors are also available                       a “C-” in ACC, ECON, FIN, LEGL, MKTG, & MGMT                          Essentials
in basic business core, business information                       courses. No grade lower than a “B-” in EDSC, EDSP &      Emphasis Elective Requirements:                   2 Credits
technology, digital media, and marketing.                          BMED courses.                                            Complete a minimum of 2 credits from the following:       2.0
                                                                3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours through        • DGM 1061 Motion Picture Editing (2.0)
                                                                   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours          • DGM 1062 Flash Animation (2.0)
bs in business/marketing                                           earned in the last 45 hours.                              • DGM 1063 Image Editing (2.0)
education                                    124 Credits        4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                   requirements. Students are responsible for completing
                                                                                                                             • DGM 2110      Digital Motion Picture Essentials
Matriculation Requirements:                                                                                                                  (3.0)
                                                                   all prerequisite courses.                                 • DGM 2130 Digital Audio Essentials (3.0)
 1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)     5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
   composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score                                                                  • DGM 2210 3D Modeling and Animation
                                                                   Intercultural course.                                                     Essentials (4.0)
   lower than 19.                                             NOTE: Participation in PBL or DEX is highly recommended
 2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                                                                                    • DGM 2240 Interaction Design (3.0)
                                                              for at least one semester since students will be involved      • DGM 2250 Principles of Digital Design (3.0)
 3 Completion of all General Education requirements and       with these student organizations during their teaching
   required pre-professional education courses.                                                                              • DGM 2320 Digital Photography and
                                                              career.                                                                        Compositing I (3.0)
 4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education
   Selection and Retention Committee.


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                                                                                   Business/Marketing Education
emphasis in marketing                           18 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                         12 Credits
 • BMED 4250 Methods of Teaching Business and            3.0
             Marketing *
 • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                     3.0
 • MKTG 3650 Selling and Sales Management                3.0
 • MKTG 3660 Digital Marketing                           3.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                  6 Credits
Complete 6 credits from the following courses:           6.0
 • MKTG 3220 Retail Management (3.0)
 • MKTG 335G International Marketing (3.0)
 • MKTG 3620 Consumer Behavior (3.0)
 • MKTG 3670 Advertising and Promotion (3.0)
 • MGMT 3170 Entrepreneurship (3.0)
 • HM 1010        Introduction to Hospitality Industry
                  (3.0)
 • HM 3710        Marketing of Hospitality Services
                  (3.0)
For Economics Endorsement:
 • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (3.0)
and ECON 2010 Microeconomics (3.0)
Footnotes:
 * Courses requiring field experience


minor in business
information technology                         24 Credits
Matriculation Requirements:
 1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
Discipline Core Requirements:                  15 Credits
 •   DGM 2120      Web Essentials                        3.0
 •   DGM 2360      Spreadsheet Applications              3.0
 •   DGM 2370      Database Applications                 3.0
 •   DGM 3820      Presentation Applications             3.0
 •   DGM 3850      Desktop Publishing Skills             3.0
Elective Requirements:                           9 Credits
Select 9 credits from the following:                     9.0
 • DGM 1063 Image Editing (2.0)
 • DGM 1110         Digital Media Essentials I (4.0)
 • DGM 3220 Digital Media Project Management
                    (3.0)
 • DGM 3870 Graphics Applications (3.0)
 • DGM 4350 Information Workflow
                    Management (3.0)
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Overall grade point average of 2.5 GPA in all discipline
    core and elective courses with no grade lower than
    a C-.
 2 Completion of GE and specified departmental
    requirements. Students are responsible for completing
    all prerequisite courses.



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- BMED, Business/Marketing Education
- COMP, Computing
- DGM, Digital Media




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Cabinetry & Architectural Woodwork
                                                      (C) or above is required for graduation.
           Cabinetry &
                                                                                                                  • CAW 1240       Millworking Shop II                      5.0
                                                                                                                  • CAW 1250       Drafting and Computer Applications       4.0
                                                                                                                                   for Cabinetmakers
                                                      Certificate in cabinetry and
           Architectural
                                                                                                                  •   CAW 2300     Counter-top Technology                   3.0
                                                      architectural Woodwork                       29 Credits     •   CAW 2310     Cabinetry Math                           2.0
                                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                29 Credits     •   CAW 2340     Millworking Shop III                     5.0

            Woodwork                                   •   ACC 1150     Fundamentals of Business Math      3.0    •   CAW 2430     Commercial Cabinetry Technology          4.0
                                                       •   CAW 1130     Residential Cabinetry              4.0    •   CAW 2440     Millworking Shop IV                      5.0
                                                       •   CAW 1140     Millworking and Safety Shop I      5.0    •   CAW 2450     Machine Maintenance and Upkeep           2.0
                                                       •   CAW 1150     Design Drafting and Billing        3.0    •   CAW 299R     Skills USA (1 credit, repeat 2 times)    2.0
                                                       •   CAW 1170     Finish Technology                  2.0                     (1.0)
Department of construction technologies                •   CAW 1210     Cabinetmaking Materials and        1.0    • EGDT 1040      Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD         3.0
                                                                        Hardware                                 Graduation Requirements:
                                                       •   CAW 1240     Millworking Shop II                5.0    1 Completion of a minimum of 66 semester credits.
Department chair: barry hallsted                       •   CAW 2310     Cabinetry Math                     2.0    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                       •   CAW 299R     Skills USA                         1.0    3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
   Office: GT 601                                      •   EGDT 1040    Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD   3.0      course attendance at UVU.
   Telephone: 801-863-8135                            Graduation Requirements:                                    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                       1 Completion of a minimum of 29 semester credits.            requirements.
                                                       2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.         5 Complete all core requirements with a minimum grade
administrative support: sandra ozuna                   3 Residency hours -- minimum of 10 credit hours through      of “C-” or better.
                                                         course attendance at UVU.
   Office: GT 613                                      4 Complete all courses with a minum grade of “C-” or
   Telephone: 801-863-7405                               better.                                                 as Pre-major in cabinetry and
                                                                                                                 architectural Woodwork                         63 Credits
                                                                                                                 General Education Requirements:               35 Credits
Program coordinator: kelly baird                      Diploma in cabinetry and                                    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                 3.0
   Office: GT 625b                                    architectural Woodwork                       51 Credits     • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/       3.0
                                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                51 Credits                       Social Sciences
   Telephone: 801-863-8860                                                                                        or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                       •   CAW 1130     Residential Cabinetry              4.0
                                                       •   CAW 1140     Millworking and Safety Shop I      5.0                      Technology (3.0)
                                                       •   CAW 1150     Design Drafting and Billing        3.0   Complete one of the following:                             3.0
faculty:                                                                                                          • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
                                                       •   CAW 1170     Finish Technology                  2.0
   Associate Professor                                 •   CAW 1210     Cabinetmaking Materials and        1.0                      (recommended for Humanities or
                                                                        Hardware                                                    Arts majors) (3.0)
     Kelly Baird                                       • CAW 1240 Millworking Shop II                      5.0    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
                                                       • CAW 1250 Drafting and Computer Applications       4.0                      (recommended for Social Science
                                                                        for Cabinetmakers                                           majors) (3.0)
advisor:                                               • CAW 2300 Counter-top Technology                   3.0    • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for
   Amy Ostler                                          • CAW 2310 Cabinetry Math                           2.0                      Business, Education, Science, and
                                                       • CAW 2340 Millworking Shop III                     5.0                      Health Professions majors) (4.0)
     Office: CS 635                                    • CAW 2430 Commercial Cabinetry Technology          4.0   Complete one of the following:                             3.0
     Telephone: 801-863-8138                           • CAW 2440 Millworking Shop IV                      5.0    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                       • CAW 2450 Machine Maintenance and Upkeep           2.0   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                       • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication             3.0    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
advisory committee:                                    • EGDT 1040 Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD        3.0    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                      The following course is recommended, but optional:          • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
Richard Shelley, Fetzers Architectural Woodwork;                                                                  • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                       • CAW 299R Skills USA (1.0)
Lance Durfee, Intermountain Wood Products;            Graduation Requirements:                                   Complete one of the following:
Russ Lee, International Surface Fabricators; Scott     1 Completion of a minimum of 51 or more semester           • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                             3.0
Hudson, Magelby Companies; Kip Christensen,              credits.                                                 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                       2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.         or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                        2.0
BYU Technology & Education; Dennis Bailey,                                                                       Distribution Courses
                                                       3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
Alpine School Districts; Scott Cherry, Provo             course attendance at UVU.                                • Biology                                                 3.0
School District.                                       4 Complete all Technical Specialty courses with a          • Physical Science                                        3.0
                                                         minimum grade of “C-” or better.                         • Additional Biology or Physical Science                  3.0
college of technology & computing                                                                                 • Humanities Distribution                                 3.0
                                                                                                                  • Fine Arts Distribution                                  3.0
   Dean: Ernest Carey                                 aas in cabinetry and                                        • Social/Behavioral Science                               3.0
     Office: CS 720                                   architectural Woodwork                       66 Credits    Discipline Core Requirements:                  16 Credits
                                                                                                                  • Choose from CAW courses 1000 level or higher           16.0
     Telephone: 801-863-8321                          General Education Requirements:              16 Credits
                                                      ENGLISH                                                    Elective Requirements:                         12 Credits
                                                       • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing            3.0    • Choose from courses 1000 level or higher               12.0
                                                      MATHEMATICS                                                Graduation Requirements:
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                                                                              1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits
                                                       • ACC 1150       Fundamentals of Business Math      3.0
                                                                                                                  2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
The highly skilled craftsperson in the cabinet-        or ACC 3000      Financial Managerial and Cost
                                                                        Accounting Concepts (4.0)                 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
making field may find work in factory production,                                                                   course attendance at UVU.
                                                      HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE
set-up, milling, assembling, and installing highly-    • Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign    3.0    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
customized cabinetry in residences, banks,               Language Distribution Course                               requirements.
department stores, and restaurants. Other jobs        SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
                                                       • Any approved Social or Behavioral Science         3.0
may be found in furniture work, and specialized          Distribution course                                     bs in
facets of the industry. Self-employment often         BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE                                technology management                        124 Credits
follows short-term trade experience.                   • Any approved Biology or Physical Science          3.0   The following Technical Area is available (see the
                                                         Distribution Course
                                                                                                                 Technology Management section of this catalog for
                                                      PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR
                                                                                                                 complete degree requirement listings.)
                                                      ENVIRONMENT
PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                   • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety   1.0
                                                         or Environment Course                                   emphasis in cabinetry and
Students may receive a One-Year Certificate, a        Discipline Core Requirements:                50 Credits    architectural Woodwork                           45 credits
Diploma, an Associate in Applied Science degree,       •   CAW 1130     Residential Cabinetry              4.0   Emphasis Requirements:                        45 Credits
                                                       •   CAW 1140     Millworking and Safety Shop I      5.0   Complete 45 credits from the following:               45.0
an Associate in Science degree, or a Bachelor of       •   CAW 1150     Design Drafting and Billing        3.0    • CAW 1130       Residential Cabinetry (4.0)
Science Degree in Technology Management.               •   CAW 1170     Finish Technology                  2.0    • CAW 1140       Millworking and Safety Shop I (5.0)
                                                       •   CAW 1210     Cabinetmaking Materials and        1.0    • CAW 1150       Design Drafting and Billing (3.0)
Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0                         Hardware                                  • CAW 1170       Finish Technology (2.0)


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                                                                         Cabinetry & Architectural Woodwork
 • CAW 1210     Cabinetmaking Materials and
                Hardware (1.0)
 • CAW 1240     Millworking Shop II (5.0)
 • CAW 1250     Drafting and Computer Applications
                for Cabinetmakers (4.0)
 •   CAW 2300   Counter-top Technology (3.0)
 •   CAW 2310   Cabinetry Math (2.0)
 •   CAW 2340   Millworking Shop III (5.0)
 •   CAW 2440   Millworking Shop IV (5.0)
 •   CAW 2450   Machine Maintenance and Upkeep
                (2.0)
 • CAW 2430     Commercial Cabinetry Technology
                (4.0)
 • CAW 299R     Skills USA (1.0)
 • EGDT 1040    Computer Aided Drafting--
                AutoCAD (3.0)



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- BCCM, Building Construction and Construction
             Management
- BIT, Building Inspection Technology
- CAW, Cabinetry and Architectural Woodworking
- CMGT, Construction Management
- FAC, Facilities Management




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Chemistry
                                                   from Chemistry and Physics Education programs
            Chemistry
                                                                                                                    • PHYS 2210       Physics for Scientists and           4.0
                                                   are excellent.                                                                     Engineers I
                                                                                                                    • PHYS 2220       Physics for Scientists and           4.0
                                                                                                                                      Engineers II
                                                                                                                    • PHYS 2215       Physics for Scientists and           1.0
Department chair: Daren heaton                     PRoGRams                                                                           Engineers I Lab
                                                                                                                    • PHYS 2225       Physics for Scientists and           1.0
  Office: PS 230                                   Students may receive:                                                              Engineers II Lab
  Telephone: 801-863-6017                                                                                          Emphasis:
                                                   • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with an                      Complete one of the following:
  E-mail: Daren.Heaton@uvu.edu                                                                                      • Biochemistry                                        36.0
                                                     Emphasis in Biochemistry                                       • Forensic Chemistry                                  40.0
administrative support: kellie D. hancock          • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with an                       • Professional Chemistry                              36.0
                                                     Emphasis in Forensic Chemistry                                Graduation Requirements:
  Telephone: 801-863-6295                                                                                           1 Completion of a minimum of 121 semester credits with
  E-mail: hancocke@uvu.edu                         • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with an                         a minimum of 40 upper-division credits.
                                                     Emphasis in Professional Chemistry                             2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with a
                                                                                                                      minimum of 2.25 in Major.
                                                   • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Physics                   3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
faculty:
                                                     Education                                                        course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
  Professor                                                                                                           earned in the last 45 hours.
    Asmahan El Ezzi                                                                                                 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                   aDmission ReQuiRements                                             requirements.
  Associate Professor                                                                                               5 A minimum of 54 credit hours must be in the major with
    Calvin Bond                                    A student who wants to pursue a chemistry                          a minimum of 20 credits taken at UVU. A minimum of 28
                                                                                                                      chemistry credits must be upper-division.
    Fern Caka                                      major should meet with the department chair or                   6 Complete all chemistry and physics courses with a
    Gamini Gunawardena                             chemistry advisor for advisement.                                  minimum grade of “C-” or better.
    Daren Heaton                                                                                                    7 Successful completion of at least one Global/
                                                                                                                      Intercultural course.
    Matthew Horn                                   bs in chemistry                          121-125 Credits
    Craig Thulin                                   General Education Requirements:                 39 Credits
    Bruce Wilson
                                                    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0   emphasis in biochemistry                         36 credits
                                                    • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and 3.0        Emphasis Requirements:                          16 Credits
  Assistant Professor                                                 Technology                                    •           College Biology I Laboratory
                                                                                                                        BIOL 1615                                          1.0
    Merrill Halling                                 • MATH 1210 Calculus I                                   5.0    •           College Biology II
                                                                                                                        BIOL 1620                                          3.0
                                                   Complete one of the following:                            3.0    •           College Biology II Laboratory
                                                                                                                        BIOL 1625                                          1.0
    James Shurtleff                                 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                         •           Cell Biology
                                                                                                                        BIOL 3400                                          3.0
                                                    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                            •           Cell Biology Laboratory
                                                                                                                        BIOL 3405                                          1.0
                                                   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                   •           Physical Chemistry Applications
                                                                                                                        CHEM 3090                                          3.0
advisors:                                           • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                 in Biology
  Tom Liljegren                                     • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                             • CHEM 3115 Physical and Inorganic Chemistry           1.0
                                                    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                              Laboratory
    Office: PS 201                                 Complete the following:                                          • CHEM 3620 Biological Chemistry II                    3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8616                         • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0   Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 20 Credits
                                                    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                   • One Upper-division (3000 and above) Chemistry  3.0
    E-mail: TLiljegren@uvu.edu                      or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                       2.0       course except Chem 3060 and 3070
                                                   Distribution Courses:                                           A minimum of 17 credits from the following:       17.0
  Pre-Health Professions: Jennifer Orchard          • Biology                                                3.0     • BIOL 3300 Developmental Biology (3.0)
                                                    or BIOL 1610 College Biology I (Required for                     • BIOL 3500 Genetics (3.0)
    Office: LC 404a                                                   Forensic Chemistry) (4.0)                    and BIOL 3505 Genetics Tutorial(0.5)
    Telephone: 801-863-7207                         • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (To be             4.0     • BIOL 3515 Advanced Genetics Laboratory (1.0)
    E-mail: orcharje@uvu.edu                                          taken with CHEM 1215)                          • BIOL 3550 Molecular Biology (3.0)
                                                    • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (To be            4.0     • BIOL 4300 Bioinformatics and Genome
                                                                      taken with CHEM 1225)                                          Analysis (4.0)
staff:                                              • Fine Arts                                              3.0     • BIOL 4450 Immunology (3.0)
                                                   Complete one of the following sets of distribution        6.0     • BIOL 4455 Immunology Laboratory (1.0)
  Lab Manager/Instructor: Kris Andress             courses, dependant on your choice of emphasis:                    • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy (3.0)
  Lab Manager/Instructor: Matthew Bernart          For the Professional Chemistry or Biochemistry                  and ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory(1.0)
                                                   Emphases:                                                         • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology (3.0)
  Lab Manager/Instructor, Inorganic Chemistry:      • Humanities                                                   and ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory(1.0)
  Tom Strangfeld                                    • Social/Behavioral Science                                      • ZOOL 4300 Histology (4.0)
                                                   For the Forensic Chemistry Emphasis:
  Lab Manager/Instructor, Organic Chemistry:        • COMM 1020 Public Speaking (3.0)
  Chin Yah Yeh                                      • CJ 1010         Introduction to Criminal Justice (3.0)       emphasis in forensic chemistry                   40 credits
                                                   Discipline Core Requirements:                   46 Credits      Emphasis Requirements:                          31 Credits
                                                    • CHEM 1215 Principles of Chemistry I                   1.0     • BIOL 1615      College Biology I Laboratory          1.0
college of science & health                                     Laboratory (To be taken with                        • CHEM 3090 Physical Chemistry Applications            3.0
  Dean: Sam Rushforth                                           CHEM 1210)                                                           in Biology
                                                    • CHEM 1225 Principles of Chemistry II                  1.0     • CHEM 3700 Forensic Analytical Chemistry              3.0
    Office: SB 241                                              Laboratory (To be taken with                        • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                   4.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8980                                     CHEM 1220                                          Forensic Requirements:
                                                    • CHEM 2310 Organic Chemistry I                         4.0     • CHEM 482R Chemistry Internship                       3.0
                                                    • CHEM 2315 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory              1.0     • CJ 1330        Criminal Law                          3.0
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                • CHEM 2320 Organic Chemistry II                        4.0     • CJ 1340        Criminal Investigations               3.0
                                                    • CHEM 2325 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory             1.0     • CJ 1350        Introduction to Forensic Science      3.0
Graduates with a bachelor degree in Chemistry       • CHEM 3000 Analytical Chemistry                        2.0     • CJ 2350        Laws of Evidence                      3.0
will be prepared to work in industry or pursue      • CHEM 3005 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory             2.0     • FSCI 3880 Expert Witness Professional                3.0
                                                    • CHEM 3100 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry                4.0                      Practices
a graduate degree in chemistry. Current             • CHEM 3200 Chemistry Literature                        1.0    Complete one of the following:                          2.0
employment opportunities for graduates in           • CHEM 3600 Biological Chemistry                        3.0     • BIOL 2500 Environmental Biology (3.0)
Chemistry programs are good.                        • CHEM 3605 Biochemistry Laboratory                     1.0     • BIOL 3650 Biotechnology (2.0)
                                                    • CHEM 4000 Instrumental Analysis                       2.0     • MICR 2060 Microbiology for Health Professions
Graduates with a bachelor degree in Chemistry       • CHEM 4005 Instrumental Analysis Laboratory            2.0                      (3.0)
                                                    • CHEM 490R Chemistry Seminar (taken 4 times)           2.0    and MICR 2065 Microbiology for Health Professions
and Physics Education will be prepared to teach                 (0.5)                                                                Laboratory (1.0)
chemistry and physics in junior and senior high.    • MATH 1220 Calculus II                                 5.0     • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy (3.0)
Current employment opportunities for graduates                                                                     and ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory (1.0)


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                                                                                                                                                                Chemistry
 • ZOOL 2420
and ZOOL 2425
                  Human Physiology (3.0)
                  Human Physiology Laboratory (1.0)
                                                               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values
                                                               • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                                                                                    3.0   minor in chemistry                           27 Credits
                                                                                                                          Matriculation Requirements:
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                9 Credits       or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                   2.0
                                                              Distribution Courses:                                        1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
Complete 9 credits from the following recommended     9.0
courses:                                                       • Biology                                           3.0    Discipline Core Requirements:                24 Credits
 • BIOL 3400 Cell Biology (3.0)                                • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (To be        4.0     •   CHEM 1210   Principles of Chemistry I              4.0
 • BIOL 3500 Genetics (3.0)                                                      taken with CHEM 1215)                     •   CHEM 1220   Principles of Chemistry II             4.0
and BIOL 3505 Genetics Tutorial (0.5)                          • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (To be       4.0     •   CHEM 1215   Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory   1.0
 • BIOL 3550 Molecular Biology (3.0)                                             taken with CHEM 1225)                     •   CHEM 1225   Principles of Chemistry II             1.0
 • BIOL 4450 Immunology (3.0)                                  • Humanities                                         3.0                    Laboratory
 • MICR 3450 General Microbiology (4.0)                        • Fine Arts                                          3.0    •   CHEM 2310   Organic Chemistry I                    4.0
 • GEO 3400 Forensic Geology (4.0)                             • Social/Behavioral Science                          3.0    •   CHEM 2320   Organic Chemistry II                   4.0
 • FSCI 3400 Criminalistics (3.0)                             Discipline Core Requirements:               87 Credits       •   CHEM 2315   Organic Chemistry I Laboratory         1.0
 • FSCI 3500 Footwear Impression Evidence (3.0)                • CHEM 1215 Principles of Chemistry I               1.0     •   CHEM 2325   Organic Chemistry II Laboratory        1.0
 • FSCI 3520 Tire Imprint Evidence (3.0)                                         Laboratory (To be taken with              •   CHEM 3000   Analytical Chemistry                   3.0
 • FSCI 3540 Forensic Trace Analysis I (3.0)                                     CHEM 1210)                                •   CHEM 3005   Analytical Chemistry Laboratory        1.0
 • FSCI 3550 Forensic Trace Analysis II (3.0)                  • CHEM 1225 Principles of Chemistry II              1.0    Elective Requirements:                        3 Credits
 • FSCI 3700 Fingerprint Examination I (3.0)                                     Laboratory (To be taken with              • Any upper-division chemistry class numbered          3.0
 • FSCI 3720 Fingerprint Examination II (3.0)                                    CHEM 1220)                                  above 3000 with a minimum of 3 credit hours
 • FSCI 3740      Fingerprint Examination III (3.0)            • CHEM 2310 Organic Chemistry I                      4.0   Graduation Requirements:
 • FSCI 3780 Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (3.0)                 • CHEM 2320 Organic Chemistry II                     4.0    1 Complete all courses with a minimum grade of “C-” or
 • FSCI 3800 Computer Forensics and Cyber                      • CHEM 2315 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory           1.0      better.
                  Crime (3.0)                                  • CHEM 2325 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory          1.0
 • FSCI 3820 Crime Scene Investigation                         • CHEM 3000 Analytical Chemistry                     2.0
                  Techniques I (3.0)                           • CHEM 3005 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory          2.0
 • FSCI 382L Crime Scene Investigation                         • CHEM 4200 Teaching Methods in Science              3.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                  Techniques Laboratory I (1.0)
 • FSCI 3850 Marijuana Identification Certificate
                                                               • HIST 4320 History of Scientific Thought            3.0   for detailed course information. This department
                                                               • MATH 1220 Calculus II                              5.0
                  (3.0)                                                                                                   manages the following course prefixes:
                                                               • MATH 2210 Calculus III                             3.0
 • FSCI 3860 Forensic Microscopy (3.0)
                                                               • PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and               4.0
 • FSCI 4400 Forensic Chemist (3.0)                                                                                       - CHEM, Chemistry
                                                                                Engineers I
 • Or other Courses in consultation with the Department
                                                               • PHYS 2215 Physics for Scientists and               1.0
    Academic Advisor                                                            Engineers I Lab
                                                               • PHYS 2220 Physics for Scientists and               4.0
                                                                                Engineers II
emphasis in Professional chemistry 36 credits                  • PHYS 2225 Physics for Scientists and               1.0
Emphasis Requirements:                        30 Credits                        Engineers II Lab
 • CHEM 3060 Physical Chemistry I                       4.0    • PHYS 3010 Physics Experiments for Secondary        1.0
 • CHEM 3070 Physical Chemistry II                      4.0                     Education
 • CHEM 3115 Physical and Inorganic Chemistry           1.0    • PHYS 3740 Modern Physics                           3.0
                   Laboratory                                 Education Courses:
 • MATH 2210 Calculus III                               3.0    • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                   3.0
 • MATH 2280 Ordinary Differential Equations            3.0    • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education        2.0
 • PHYS 3300 Mathematical Physics                       3.0    • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                      2.0
Complete 12 credits of upper-division CHEM courses     12.0    • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                   2.0
not previously taken, with the exception of CHEM               • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                  2.0
3090. With departmental approval, up to 6 credits of           • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing         3.0
upper-division courses in BIOL, GEO, MATH, or PHYS             • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL            3.0
may be substituted.                                            • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction         3.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                6 Credits                        and Assessment
 • Any courses 1000 or higher                           6.0    • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)      10.0
                                                               • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                    2.0
                                                              Complete one of the following sets:                 11.0
bs in                                                         CHEMISTRY:
                                                               • CHEM 3060 Physical Chemistry I (4.0)
chemistry/Physics education 126 Credits                        • CHEM 3100 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (4.0)
Matriculation Requirements:                                    • ASTR 3050 Astrophysics (3.0)
 1 Students are admitted directly to the Baccalaureate        PHYSICS:
   degree program in Chemistry and Physics Education           • PHYS 3210 Introduction to Experimental
   upon acceptance to the Secondary Education Program.                          Physics I (2.0)
 2 Students must obtain the departmental Advisor’s             • PHYS 490R Seminar (0.5)
   signature on an approved program plan prior to             Complete 9 credits from the following:
   enrollment in their second semester of study.               • ASTR 3050 Astrophysics I (3.0)
 3 Students must select between chemistry and physics          • PHYS 3230 Principles of Electronics for the
   emphases upon matriculation.                                                 Physical Sciences (3.0)
Secondary Education Requirements:                              • PHYS 3300 Mathematical Physics (3.0)
 1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)    • PHYS 3400 Classical Mechanics (3.0)
   composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score    • PHYS 3500 Thermodynamics (3.0)
   lower than 19.                                              • PHYS 3800 Energy use on Earth (3.0)
 2 GPA of 2.75 or higher                                       • PHYS 4700 Acoustics (3.0)
 3 Completion of all General Education requirements and       Graduation Requirements:
   required pre-professional education courses.                1 Completion of a minimum of 126 semester credits with
 4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education                a minimum of 40 upper-division credits.
   Selection and Retention Committee.                          2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with a
 5 Pass criminal background check.                               minimum of 2.25 in Major.
General Education Requirements:               39 Credits       3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
 • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing               3.0      course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
 • ENGL 2020      Intermediate Writing--Science and     3.0      earned in the last 45 hours.
                  Technology                                   4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • MATH 1210 Calculus I                                 5.0      requirements.
Complete one of the following:                          3.0    5 A minimum of 52 credit hours must be in the major with
                                                                 a minimum of 20 credits taken at UVU. A minimum of 24
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                 chemistry and physics credits must be upper-division.
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                               6 Complete all chemistry and physics courses with a
and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)                    minimum grade of “C-” or better.
 • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)                    7 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                             Intercultural course.
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
Complete the following:



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College Success Studies
                                                Office: LC 405q
      College Success                           Telephone: 801-863-7418
                                                E-mail: Pat.Nelson@uvu.edu
           Studies
                                           Writing center
                                             Faculty Director: Joshua Hilst
Department chair: chris Goslin
                                             Coordinator: Leigh Ann Copas
  Office: LC 407g
                                             Assistant Coordinator: Rebecca Disrud
  Telephone: 801-863-6558
                                               Office: LI 208
  E-mail: cgoslin@uvu.edu
                                               Telephone: 801-863-8936
  Web: www.uvu.edu/collegesuccess
                                               E-mail: copasle@uvu.edu

administrative support: Whitney fullwood
                                           acaDemic oPPoRtunities
  Office: LC 407a
  Telephone: 801-863-8834                  The department mission is to help students
                                           acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities needed
  E-mail: Whitney.Fullwood@uvu.edu
                                           to meet the challenges of college. Students
                                           may choose from a variety of College Success
Director, student success/uV mentor        courses which best fit their academic needs. The
Program: stacy Waddoups                    College Success courses better prepare students
  Office: LC 406a                          for the demands of college life, the selection and
  Telephone: 801-863-8273                  pursuit of major and career paths to graduation,
                                           developing effective ways to manage time,
  E-mail: waddoust@uvu.edu
                                           learning, and stress, library research techniques,
                                           and the development of other essential life skills.
assistant Director, uV mentor Program:     Also presented are test taking and memory skills,
marinda ashman                             speed reading techniques, and other learning
  Office: LC 406b                          strategies which help students increase their
  Telephone: 801-863-7227                  academic confidence and success.
  E-mail: mashman@uvu.edu

faculty:                                   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                                           for detailed course information. This department
  Professor
                                           manages the following course prefixes:
    Elaine C. Carter
  Associate Professor                      - CLSS, College Success Studies
    Marinda Ashman
    Michael A. Jensen
    Denise Richards
    Marni Sanft
    Stacy D. Waddoups
  Assistant Professor
    Renee Borns
    Darin Eckton
    Douglas Gardner
    Christopher Goslin
    Lisa Lambert
    Richard Mosholder
  Lecturer
    Tiffany Yoast

advisor:
  Academic Counseling Center:
    Office: LC 402
    Telephone: 801-863-8425

university college
  Interim Dean: K.D. Taylor
     Office: LA 210c
     Telephone: 801-863-8949

otheR seRVices
learning strategies support
  Coordinator: Pat Nelson


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                                                                                                                           Collision Repair Technology
                                                      Certificate, a Diploma, the Associate in Applied
      Collision Repair
                                                                                                                     NOTE: *Cooperative Education courses may be used in
                                                      Science Degree, and the Bachelor of Science in                 place of some of the laboratory or shop classes for
                                                                                                                     completion of diploma requirements. Approval of the
                                                      Technology Management Degree. See graduation
        Technology
                                                                                                                     program coordinator must be secured before class
                                                      requirements in the catalog for further definitions.           enrollment.

                                                      Reminder: An overall grade point average of 2.0
                                                      (C) or above is required for graduation.                       emphasis in collision Repair                   24 credits
Department of automotive technology                                                                                  Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits
                                                                                                                      •   CRT 2310     Collision Damage Reporting             2.0
                                                      Certificate in                                                  •
                                                                                                                      •
                                                                                                                          CRT 231L
                                                                                                                          CRT 2320
                                                                                                                                       Collision Damage Reporting Lab
                                                                                                                                       Structural Damage Analysis
                                                                                                                                                                              1.0
                                                                                                                                                                              2.0
Department chair: Don Wilson                          collision Repair technology                    32 Credits       •   CRT 232L     Structural Damage Analysis Lab         1.0
  Office: SA 325                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                 32 Credits        •   CRT 2330     Structural Repair                      2.0
                                                      Complete the following:                                         •   CRT 233L     Structural Repair Lab                  1.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8124                              • AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics                3.0    •   CRT 2340     Full and Partial Panel Replacement     2.0
                                                       • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                      3.0    •   CRT 234L     Full and Partial Panel                 1.0
                                                       • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or           2.0                     Replacement Lab
administrative support: katreena Davis                   Political Science Distribution Course                        • CRT 2400       Plastic Paintless Dent Repair          2.0
                                                       • AUT 1160       Automotive Electrical Systems          2.0    • CRT 240L       Plastic Paintless Dent Repair Lab      1.0
  Office: SA 325                                       • AUT 116L       Automotive Electrical Systems Lab      1.0    • CRT 2440       Mechanical Advanced Vehicle            2.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8349                              • AUT 2240       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0                     Systems
                                                                        and Refrigeration Theory                      • CRT 244L       Mechanical Advanced Vehicle            1.0
                                                       • AUT 224L       Automotive HVAC Lab                    1.0                     Systems Lab
Program coordinator: Vern hiatt                        • CRT 1110       Surface Preparation                    2.0    •   CRT 2450     Bags Brakes Steering                   2.0
                                                       • CRT 111L       Surface Preparation Lab                1.0    •   CRT 245L     Bags Brakes Steering Lab               1.0
  Office: SA 327a                                      • CRT 1120       Nonstructural Repair                   2.0    •   CRT 2630     Detailing and Custom Painting          2.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8268 or 801-863-8349              • CRT 112L       Nonstructural Repair Lab               1.0    •   CRT 263L     Detailing and Custom Painting Lab      1.0
                                                       • CRT 1130       Overall Refinishing and Problem        2.0
                                                                        Solving
faculty:                                               • CRT 113L       Overall Refinishing and Problem        1.0   emphasis in street Rod                         24 credits
                                                                        Solving Lab                                  Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits
  Associate Professor                                  • CRT 1140       Panel Replacement and Adjustment       2.0    •   CRT 2510     Custom Welding                         2.0
    Cris Boggess                                       • CRT 114L       Panel Replacement and                  1.0    •   CRT 251L     Custom Welding Lab                     1.0
                                                                        Adjustment Lab                                •   CRT 2520     Customizing                            2.0
    Vern Hiatt                                                                                                        •   CRT 252L     Customizing Lab                        1.0
                                                       • CRT 1210       Blending Tinting and Detailing         2.0
    Don Wilson                                         • CRT 121L       Blending Tinting and Detailing Lab     1.0    •   CRT 2530     Panel Fabrication                      2.0
  Assistant Professor                                  • CRT 1230       Welding and Cutting                    2.0    •   CRT 253L     Panel Fabrication Lab                  1.0
                                                       • CRT 123L       Welding and Cutting Lab                1.0    •   CRT 2610     Top Chopping Sectioning and            2.0
    Terrance Orr                                                                                                                       Channeling
                                                      Graduation Requirements:
                                                        1 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.            • CRT 261L       Top Chopping Sectioning and            1.0
                                                                                                                                       Channeling Lab
advisor:                                                   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                                                                      •   CRT 2620     Frames                                 2.0
                                                      Note: Cooperative Education courses may be used in place
  Carrie Peterson                                     of some of the laboratory or shop classes for completion of     •   CRT 262L     Frames Lab                             1.0
                                                      diploma requirements.                                           •   CRT 2630     Detailing and Custom Painting          2.0
    Office: CS 635                                                                                                    •   CRT 263L     Detailing and Custom Painting Lab      1.0
    Telephone: 801-863-7454                                                                                           •   CRT 2640     Panel Fabrication of Aluminum          2.0
                                                      Diploma in collision                                            •
                                                                                                                      •
                                                                                                                          CRT 264L
                                                                                                                          CRT 2650
                                                                                                                                       Panel Fabrication of Aluminum Lab
                                                                                                                                       Automotive Interior Design
                                                                                                                                                                              1.0
                                                                                                                                                                              2.0
advisory committee:                                   Repair technology                              56 Credits       •   CRT 265L     Automotive Interior Design Lab         1.0
                                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                 32 Credits
Russel Nichols, Cascade Collision; Brian Nichols,     Complete the following:
Cascade Collision; James Nichols, Cascade              • AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics              3.0     aas in collision
Collision; Darrin Mitchell, Chief Automotive; Steve    • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                    3.0
                                                                                                                     Repair technology                             64 Credits
Whitlock, Whitlock Autobody; Cary Robarge,             • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or         2.0
                                                         Political Science Distribution Course                       General Education Requirements:               16 Credits
Robarge Collision; Shane Bowden, NCS                   • AUT 1160       Automotive Electrical Systems        2.0      • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                      3.0
Coatings; Sergio Martin, Martins Collision Repair.     • AUT 116L       Automotive Electrical Systems Lab 1.0         • AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics                3.0
                                                       • AUT 2240       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning 2.0      • Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign        3.0
                                                                                                                        Language Distribution Course
college of technology & computing                                       and Refrigeration Theory
                                                                                                                      • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or           3.0
                                                       • AUT 224L       Automotive HVAC Lab                  1.0
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                   • CRT 1110       Surface Preparation                  2.0        Political Science Distribution Course
                                                       • CRT 111L       Surface Preparation Lab              1.0      • Any approved Biology or Physical Science              3.0
    Office: CS 720                                                                                                      Distribution Course
                                                       • CRT 1120       Nonstructural Repair                 2.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                            • CRT 112L       Nonstructural Repair Lab             1.0      • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety       1.0
                                                       • CRT 1130       Overall Refinishing and Problem      2.0        or Environment Course
                                                                        Solving                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                 24 Credits
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                   • CRT 113L       Overall Refinishing and Problem      1.0     Complete the following:
                                                                        Solving Lab                                   • AUT 1160       Automotive Electrical Systems          2.0
The collision repair industry offers a wide variety    • CRT 1140       Panel Replacement and Adjustment 2.0          • AUT 116L       Automotive Electrical Systems Lab      1.0
of career paths. The industry offers positions         • CRT 114L       Panel Replacement and                1.0      • AUT 2240       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0
in auto body repair, PBE (paint, body, and                              Adjustment Lab                                                 and Refrigeration Theory
                                                       • CRT 1210       Blending Tinting and Detailing       2.0      • AUT 224L       Automotive HVACR Lab                   1.0
equipment) sales and training, manufacturer                                                                           • CRT 1110       Surface Preparation                    2.0
                                                       • CRT 121L       Blending Tinting and Detailing Lab 1.0
representation, insurance businesses, jobber           • CRT 1230       Welding and Cutting                  2.0      • CRT 111L       Surface Preparation Lab                1.0
sales, and instructor training. Graduates may          • CRT 123L       Welding and Cutting Lab              1.0      • CRT 1120       Nonstructural Repair                   2.0
choose a career emphasis in: refinishing, surface      • CRT 281R       Cooperative Work Experience* (1.0)            • CRT 112L       Nonstructural Repair Lab               1.0
                                                       • CRT 285R Cooperative Correlated Class* (1.0)                 • CRT 1130       Overall Refinishing and Problem        2.0
preparation, estimating, management, quality                                                                                           Solving
                                                       • CRT 299R VICA (optional) (1.0)
control, production, structural repair, damage        Emphasis:                                                       • CRT 113L       Overall Refinishing and Problem        1.0
analysis, glass installation, panel fabrication,      Complete one of the following:                                                   Solving Lab
customization, nonstructural repair, sales, and        • Collision Repair                                   24.0      • CRT 1140       Panel Replacement and Adjustment       2.0
                                                       • Street Rod                                         24.0      • CRT 114L       Panel Replacement and                  1.0
instructor training.                                                                                                                   Adjustment Lab
                                                      Graduation Requirements:
                                                       1 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.             • CRT 1210       Blending Tinting and Detailing         2.0
                                                         (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                      • CRT 121L       Blending Tinting and Detailing Lab     1.0
                                                                                                                      • CRT 1230       Welding and Cutting                    2.0
PRoGRams                                                                                                              • CRT 123L       Welding and Cutting Lab                1.0
                                                                                                                      • CRT 281R       Cooperative Work Experience* (1.0)
Four options are available: a One-Year

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Collision Repair Technology
 • CRT 285R Cooperative Correlated Class* (1.0)                 • CRT 113L         Overall Refinishing and Problem          1.0
 • CRT 299R VICA (optional) (1.0)                                                  Solving Lab
Emphasis:                                                       • CRT 1140         Panel Replacement and Adjustment         2.0
Complete one of the following:                                  • CRT 114L         Panel Replacement and                    1.0
 • Collision Repair                             24.0                               Adjustment Lab
 • Street Rod                                   24.0            •   CRT 1210       Blending Tinting and Detailing           2.0
Graduation Requirements                                         •   CRT 121L       Blending Tinting and Detailing Lab       1.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits               •   CRT 1230       Welding and Cutting                      2.0
 2 Overall gradepoint average of 2.0 (C) or above.              •   CRT 123L       Welding and Cutting Lab                  1.0
    (Departments may require a higher GPA).                     •   CRT 2310       Collision Damage Reporting               2.0
 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through          •   CRT 231L       Collision Damage Reporting Lab           1.0
    course attendance at UVU.                                   •   CRT 2320       Structural Damage Analysis               2.0
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                  •   CRT 232L       Structural Damage Analysis Lab           1.0
    requirements.                                               •   CRT 2330       Structural Repair                        2.0
Footnotes:                                                      •   CRT 233L       Structural Repair Lab                    1.0
 * Cooperative Education courses may be used in place of        •   CRT 2340       Full and Partial Panel Replacement       2.0
    some of the laboratory or shop classes for completion       •   CRT 234L       Full and Partial Panel                   1.0
    of AAS requirements. Approval of the program                                   Replacement Lab
    coordinator must be secured before class enrollment.        • CRT 2400         Plastic Paintless Dent Repair            2.0
                                                                • CRT 240L         Plastic Paintless Dent Repair Lab        1.0
emphasis in collision Repair                   24 credits       • CRT 2440         Mechanical Advanced Vehicle              2.0
                                                                                   Systems
Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits
                                                                • CRT 244L         Mechanical Advanced Vehicle              1.0
 •   CRT 2310     Collision Damage Reporting             2.0
                                                                                   Systems Lab
 •   CRT 231L     Collision Damage Reporting Lab         1.0
                                                                • CRT 2450         Bags Brakes Steering                     2.0
 •   CRT 2320     Structural Damage Analysis             2.0
                                                                • CRT 245L         Bags Brakes Steering Lab                 1.0
 •   CRT 232L     Structural Damage Analysis Lab         1.0
 •   CRT 2330     Structural Repair                      2.0
 •   CRT 233L     Structural Repair Lab                  1.0
 •   CRT 2340     Full and Partial Panel Replacement     2.0
 •   CRT 234L     Full and Partial Panel                 1.0   Due to the technical nature of the material in
                  Replacement Lab                              the CRT courses, additional reading and math
 • CRT 2400       Plastic Paintless Dent Repair          2.0   instruction may be required. More information will
 • CRT 240L       Plastic Paintless Dent Repair Lab      1.0
 • CRT 2440       Mechanical Advanced Vehicle            2.0
                                                               be given during advisement.
                  Systems
 • CRT 244L       Mechanical Advanced Vehicle            1.0   Recommended Collision Repair Course
                  Systems Lab                                  The following course is recommended for students who
 •   CRT 2450     Bags Brakes Steering                   2.0   would like to learn basic skills in the collision industry, while
 •   CRT 245L     Bags Brakes Steering Lab               1.0   working on their own vehicle.
 •   CRT 2630     Detailing and Custom Painting          2.0    • CRT 100R Paint Your Own Car                                2.0
 •   CRT 263L     Detailing and Custom Painting Lab      1.0


emphasis in street Rod                         24 credits      See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits
Complete the following:
                                                               for detailed course information. This department
 • CRT 2510       Custom Welding                         2.0   manages the following course prefixes:
 • CRT 251L       Custom Welding Lab                     1.0
 • CRT 2520       Customizing                            2.0   - AUT, Auto Mechanics
 • CRT 252L       Customizing Lab                        1.0   - CRT, Collision Repair Technology
 • CRT 2530       Panel Fabrication                      2.0
 • CRT 253L       Panel Fabrication Lab                  1.0   - DMT, Diesel Mechanics
 • CRT 2610       Top Chopping Sectioning and            2.0
                  Channeling
 • CRT 261L       Top Chopping Sectioning and            1.0
                  Channeling Lab
 • CRT 2620       Frames                                 2.0
 • CRT 262L       Frames Lab                             1.0
 • CRT 2630       Detailing and Custom Painting          2.0
 • CRT 263L       Detailing and Custom Painting Lab      1.0
 • CRT 2640       Panel Fabrication of Aluminum          2.0
 • CRT 264L       Panel Fabrication of Aluminum Lab      1.0
 • CRT 2650       Automotive Interior Design             2.0
 • CRT 265L       Automotive Interior Design Lab         1.0


bs in
technology management                        124 Credits
The following Technical Area is available (see the
Technology Management section of this catalog for
complete degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in
collision Repair technology                    45 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                        45 Credits
 • AUT 1160       Automotive Electrical Systems          2.0
 • AUT 116L       Automotive Electrical Systems Lab      1.0
 • AUT 2240       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0
                  and Refrigeration Theory
 •   AUT 224L     Automotive HVACR Lab                   1.0
 •   CRT 1110     Surface Preparation                    2.0
 •   CRT 111L     Surface Preparation Lab                1.0
 •   CRT 1120     Nonstructural Repair                   2.0
 •   CRT 112L     Nonstructural Repair Lab               1.0
 •   CRT 1130     Overall Refinishing and Problem        2.0
                  Solving



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                                                                                                                                            Communication
                                                   media studies, interpersonal communication,
      Communication
                                                                                                                 • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass               3.0
                                                   intercultural communication, international                                     Communication
                                                                                                                Complete two of the following:                  6.0
                                                   communication, organizational communication,
                                                                                                                 • COMM 2010 Mass Communication and Society
                                                   and journalism.                                                                (3.0)
  Office: LC 227                                                                                                 • COMM 2100 The News Editing Process (3.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8452                          Encouraging student internships, and working                  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication (3.0)
                                                   closely with Student Media and other units on                 • COMM 217G Race Class and Gender in U.S.
                                                                                                                                  Cinema (3.0)
                                                   campus, the curriculum balances traditional,
Department chair: janet colvin                     academic-style learning with applied, practical
                                                                                                                 • COMM 2120 Small Group Communication and
                                                                                                                                  Decision Making (3.0)
  Office: LC 240                                   approaches to study in the field, as exemplified              • COMM 2130 Television News Writing and
  Telephone: 801-863-7282                          in our broadcast journalism courses, which                                     Reporting (3.0)
                                                                                                                 • COMM 2270 Argumentation (3.0)
                                                   culminate in a student-produced, locally-                     • COMM 2280 Oral Interpretation (3.0)
administrative support: natalie limb               broadcast television news show.                               • COMM 2300 Public Relations (3.0)
                                                                                                                 • COMM 2400 Organizational Communication (3.0)
  Office: LC 227                                   note: communication students in the                           • COMM 2560 Radio Production (3.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8452                          journalism emphasis are required to have                      • COMM 2200 Broadcast Journalism Anchoring
                                                                                                                                  and Producing (3.0)
                                                   laptop computers.                                             • COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)
faculty:                                                                                                         • THEA 2313 Film History I (3.0)
                                                                                                                 • THEA 2323 Film History II (3.0)
  Professor                                                                                                     Elective Requirements:                        8 Credits
                                                   caReeR oPPoRtunities
    David Litchford                                                                                              • Complete 8 credit hours of one foreign language.    8.0
  Associate Professor                              Virtually every modern field of endeavor has                 Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                                                 1 Completion of a minimum of 61 semester credits.
    Philip Gordon                                  increasing demand for specialists with training
                                                                                                                 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                   in the field of communication. Traditional areas                (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
    Jingdong Liang
                                                   of employment for communication students                      3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
    David W. Scott
                                                   include: print and electronic journalism; print                 course attendance at UVU.
  Assistant Professor                              and electronic entertainment; public relations                4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
    Scott Carrier                                                                                                  requirements.
                                                   (public affairs, media relations, customer                    5 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of
    Janet W. Colvin                                relations, marketing, etc.); advertising; various               course work from one language.
    Mathew Kushin                                  sorts of writing, reviewing, and editing; training;
    Leslie Rasmussen                               sales; and management. Today, new media
                                                   technologies are expanding the need for
                                                                                                                as Pre-major in
    Nancy Tobler
                                                   communication specialists, as well as their range            communication                                60 Credits
    Stephen Whyte                                                                                               General Education Requirements:              35 Credits
  Lecturer                                         of skills. Communication also provides excellent              • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing              3.0
                                                   preparation for graduate study in the fields of               • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
    Farah Chase-Dunn
                                                   business, education, law, psychology, and of                                   Social Sciences
                                                   course, communication.                                        or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
advisors:                                                                                                                         Technology (3.0)
                                                                                                                Complete one of the following:                         3.0
  Vegor Pederson                                   aa Pre-major in                                               • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
                                                                                                                                  (recommended for Humanities or
    Office: LC 238                                 communication                               61 Credits                         Arts majors) (3.0)
    Telephone: 801-863-7068                        General Education Requirements:             35 Credits        • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
                                                    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0                     (recommended for Social Science
                                                    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0                     majors) (3.0)
  L. Gae Robinson                                                     Social Sciences                            • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for
     Office: LC 229a                                or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                                Business, Education, Science, and
                                                                      Technology (3.0)
     Telephone: 801-863-6403                                                                                                      Health Professions majors) (4.0)
                                                   Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                                                                                Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                    • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
                                                                      (recommended for Humanities or             • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
college of humanities & social sciences                               Arts majors) (3.0)                        and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
  Dean: David P. Yells                                                (recommended for Social Science            • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)
    Office: LA 209d                                                   majors) (3.0)                              • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                    • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
    Telephone: 801-863-7435                                           Business, Education, Science, and         Complete the following:
                                                                      Health Professions majors) (4.0)           • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
                                                   Complete one of the following:                         3.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
PRoGRam DescRiPtion                                 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                         or PES 1097      Fitness for Life                     2.0
                                                   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                • Biology                                             3.0
The mission of the Department of Communication      • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      • Physical Science                                    3.0
is prepare students to execute critical thinking    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                  • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0
skills and to help students prepare for careers     • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
                                                    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)               • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
that require expertise in oral, written, and/or    Complete the following:                                       • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0
mediated communications. The department             • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                24 Credits
offers programs of study leading to Associate       • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)               • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                           3.0
in Arts/Science and Bachelor of Arts/Science        or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0    • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech                    3.0
                                                   Distribution Courses                                                           Communication
degrees with concentrations in Journalism,          • Biology                                             3.0    • COMM 1130 Writing for the Mass Media                3.0
Public Relations, or Speech Communication.          • Physical Science                                    3.0    • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass                      3.0
Communication is also available as an emphasis      • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0                     Communication
for a BA or BS in Integrated Studies as a minor.    • Humanities Distribution                             3.0   Complete six credits from the following:               6.0
                                                    • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0    • COMM 2010 Mass Communication and Society
                                                    • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0                     (3.0)
Programs of study in Communication at UVU offer    Discipline Core Requirements:               18 Credits        • COMM 2100 The News Editing Process (3.0)
a balance of analytic and applied approaches        • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                           3.0    • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication (3.0)
to study in the field. The department offers an     • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech                    3.0    • COMM 2130 Television News Writing and
expanding menu of beginning and advanced                        Communication                                                     Reporting (3.0)
                                                    • COMM 1130 Writing for the Mass Media                3.0
courses in mass communication, public relations,

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Communication
 • COMM 217G Race Class and Gender in U.S.                       • Humanities (Any Foreign Language 202G/2020             4.0    • COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)
                  Cinema (3.0)                                     course)                                                       • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass
 • COMM 2270 Argumentation (3.0)                                 • Fine Arts                                              3.0                     Communication (3.0)
 • COMM 2280 Oral Interpretation (3.0)                           • Social/Behavioral Science (COMM 2110:                  3.0    • COMM 3780 Mormon Cultural Studies (3.0)
 • COMM 2300 Public Relations (3.0)                                Interpersonal Communication, highly                           • COMM 481R Internship (1.0)
 • COMM 2400 Organizational Communication (3.0)                    recommended)                                                  or Other Advisor approved Comm courses
 • COMM 2560 Radio Production (3.0)                             Discipline Core Requirements:                 27 Credits        Emphasis Elective Requirements:             21 Credits
 • COMM 2200 Broadcast Journalism Anchoring                      • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                              3.0   Complete 21 credits of non-COMM courses (10 credits 21.0
                  and Producing (3.0)                            or ART 1400      Graphic Computer Applications                 must be upper division). A MINOR in another discipline
 • COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)                                               (3.0)                                         is highly recommended:
 • THEA 2313 Film History I (3.0)                                or DGM 2110      Digital Motion Picture Essentials
 • THEA 2323 Film History II (3.0)                                                (3.0)
Complete six credits from the following:                  6.0    • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech                       3.0   emphasis in
 • COMM 120R Communication Forum (1.0)                                            Communication                                 speech communication                       45.0 credits
 • COMM 1610 Reporting for the Mass Media (3.0)                  • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass                         3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                      27 Credits
 • COMM 2010 Mass Communication and Society                                       Communication                                  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication               3.0
                  (3.0)
                                                                 • COMM 2300 Public Relations                             3.0    • COMM 2120 Small Group Communication and             3.0
 • COMM 2100 The News Editing Process (3.0)
                                                                 • COMM 3010 History of Mass Communication                3.0                     Decision Making
 • COMM 217G Race Class and Gender in U.S.
                  Cinema (3.0)                                   • COMM 3020 Communication Research Methods               3.0    • COMM 2400 Organizational Communication              3.0
 • COMM 2120 Small Group Communication and                       • COMM 3050 Theories of Communication and                3.0    • COMM 2270 Argumentation (3.0)
                  Decision Making (3.0)                                           Culture                                        or COMM 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and            3.0
 • COMM 2130 Television News Writing and                         • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass                       3.0                     Negotiation
                  Reporting (3.0)                                                 Communication                                  • COMM 319G Intercultural Communication               3.0
 • COMM 2270 Argumentation (3.0)                                 • COMM 3700 Free Expression in a Democratic              3.0                     Encounters
 • COMM 2280 Oral Interpretation (3.0)                                            Society                                       Complete 12 credits of any upper division COMM     12.0
 • COMM 2300 Public Relations (3.0)                              or COMM 3000 Media Ethics (3.0)                                courses:
 • COMM 2400 Organizational Communication (3.0)                 Emphasis:                                                       Emphasis Elective Requirements:             18 Credits
 • COMM 2560 Radio Production (3.0)                             Complete one of the following:                                  Complete 18 credits of non-COMM courses (13 credits 18.0
 • COMM 2200 Broadcast Journalism Anchoring                      • Journalism                                            45.0   must be upper division). A MINOR in another discipline
                  and Producing (3.0)                            • Public Relations                                      45.0   is highly recommended.
 • COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)                              • Speech Communication                                  45.0
 • COMM 281R Internship (1.0)                                   Elective Requirements:                        12 Credits
 • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass
                  Communication (3.0)
                                                                 • Complete 12 credits from one foreign language to 12.0        bs in communication                        120 Credits
                                                                   include the 1010, 1020, and 2010 levels.                     General Education Requirements:             35 Credits
 • COMM 3520 Case Studies in Public Relations (3.0)             Graduation Requirements:                                         • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
 • COMM 3600 Mass Media Ethics and Law (3.0)                     1 Completion of a minimum of 120 or more semester               • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/
 • COMM 3790 Case Studies in Journalism (3.0)                      credits.                                                                        Social Sciences (3.0)
 • AMST 2000 Introduction to American Studies (3.0)              2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above               or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and        3.0
 • ART 1050       Photography I (3.0)                              (departments may require a higher GPA).                                         Technology
 • ART 2460       Interactive Design I (3.0)                     3 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through           • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                3.0
 • ART 449R       Advanced Graphic Design Studio (3.0)             course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours                                (recommended for Social Science
 • ENGL 2030 Writing for Social Change (3.0)                       earned in the last 45 hours.                                                    majors)
 • DGM 1110       Digital Media Essentials I (4.0)               4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                  Complete one of the following:                         3.0
 • DGM 1210 Digital Media Essentials II (4.0)                      requirements.                                                 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • DGM 2110       Digital Motion Picture Essentials (3.0)        5 Completion of 16 credit hours of course work from             • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 • DGM 2220 Marketing for Digital Media (3.0)                      one language to include the 1010, 1020, 2010, and            and HIST 2710 US History since 1877 (3.0)
 • THEA 1023 Introduction to Film (2.0)                            202G/2020 levels or transferred equivalents.                  • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
and THEA 1025 Introduction to Film Laboratory (1.0)              6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
 • THEA 1113 Voice and Diction (3.0)                               Intercultural course.                                         • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
 • THEA 2313 Film History I (3.0)
                                                                                                                                Complete the following:
 • THEA 2323 Film History II (3.0)
Elective Requirements:                            1 Credit      emphasis in journalism                         45 credits        • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
                                                                Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits         • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
 • Complete any course 1000 or higher                 1.0                                                                        or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0
Graduation Requirements:                                          • COMM 1610 Reporting for the Mass Media                3.0
                                                                  • COMM 2100 The News Editing Process                    3.0   Distribution Courses:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.                                                                               • Biology                                             3.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.              or COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)
                                                                  • COMM 3790 Case Studies in Journalism                  3.0    • Physical Science                                    3.0
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                                                                                       • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through          • COMM 479R Journalism Workshop                         3.0
                                                                  • COMM 481R Internship                                  3.0    • Humanities                                          3.0
   course attendance at UVU.                                                                                                     • Fine Arts                                           3.0
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                  Complete 9 credits from the following (6 must be upper    9.0
                                                                division):                                                       • Social/Behavioral Science ( COMM 2110:              3.0
   requirements.                                                                                                                    Interpersonal Communication, highly
                                                                  • COMM 3130 The Culture of Nature and
                                                                                  Technology (3.0)                                  recommended )
                                                                  • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass                            Discipline Core Requirements:               27 Credits
ba in communication                           120 Credits                         Communication (3.0)                            • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                           3.0
General Education Requirements:                 36 Credits        • COMM 3660 Investigative Reporting (3.0)                      or ART 1400      Graphic Computer Applications
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0      • COMM 380R Long-Format Video Journalism                                        (3.0)
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/                              (3.0)                                          or DGM 2110 Digital Motion Picture Essentials
                   Social Sciences (3.0)                          • COMM 413R Advanced Television News Writing                                    (3.0)
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and          3.0                      and Reporting (3.0)                            • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech                    3.0
                   Technology                                     • COMM 470R On-Air Broadcast Journalism (3.0)                                   Communication
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                  3.0      • COMM 479R Journalism Workshop (if not already                • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass                      3.0
                   (recommended for Social Science                                taken) (3.0)                                                    Communication
                   majors) (3.0)                                 or Other Advisor approved Comm courses                          • COMM 2300 Public Relations                          3.0
Complete one of the following:                           3.0    Emphasis Elective Requirements:               21 Credits         • COMM 3010 History of Mass Communication             3.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                        Complete 21 credits of non-COMM courses (10 credits 21.0         • COMM 3020 Communication Research Methods            3.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           must be upper division). A MINOR in another discipline           • COMM 3050 Theories of Communication and             3.0
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                  is highly recommended:                                                            Culture
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                                                                     • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass                    3.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                                                                                              Communication
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                 emphasis in Public Relations                   45 credits
                                                                                                                                 • COMM 3700 Free Expression in a Democratic           3.0
Complete the following:                                         Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits                          Society
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0      • COMM 1130 Writing for the Mass Media                  3.0
                                                                                                                                 or COMM 3000 Media Ethics (3.0)
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                   • COMM 3520 Case Studies in Public Relations            3.0
                                                                                                                                Emphasis:
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0      • COMM 3530 Public Relations Writing                    3.0
                                                                                                                                Complete one of the following:
Distribution Courses:                                             • COMM 4850 Public Relations Campaigns                  3.0
                                                                                                                                 • Journalism                                       45.0
 • Biology                                               3.0      • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                     3.0
                                                                                                                                 • Public Relations                                 45.0
 • Physical Science                                      3.0    Complete 9 credits from the following (6 must be upper    9.0
                                                                                                                                 • Speech Communication                             45.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0    division):


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Elective Requirements:                        13 Credits        ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
 • Complete 13 credits of electives 1000 level or        13.0   The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
   higher                                                       the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
Graduation Requirements:                                        degree requirement listings.)
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 or more semester
   credits.
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above              emphasis in communication                      18 credits
   (departments may require a higher GPA).                      Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
 3 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through          Complete one of the following tracks:           18.0
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours             TRACK ONE: COMMUNICATIONS
   earned in the last 45 hours.                                 Complete 6 credits from the following:
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                   • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass
   requirements.                                                                  Communication (3.0)
 5 Successful completion of at least one Global/                 • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech
   Intercultural course.                                                          Communication (3.0)
                                                                 • COMM 2010 Mass Communication and Society
                                                                                  (3.0)
                                                                 • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication (3.0)
emphasis in journalism                         45 credits        • COMM 2120 Small Group Communication and
Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits                          Decision Making (3.0)
  • COMM 1610 Reporting for the Mass Media                3.0    • THEA 2313 Film History I (3.0)
  • COMM 2100 The News Editing Process                    3.0    • THEA 2323 Film History II (3.0)
 or COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)                            Complete 12 credits from the following:
  • COMM 3790 Case Studies in Journalism                  3.0    • ANTH 3500 Discourse Semiotics and
  • COMM 479R Journalism Workshop                         3.0                     Representation (3.0)
  • COMM 481R Internship                                  3.0    • COMM 3050 Theories of Communication and
Complete 9 credits from the following (6 must be upper    9.0                     Culture (3.0)
division):                                                       • COMM 3100 Propaganda and Persuasion (3.0)
  • COMM 3130 The Culture of Nature and                          • COMM 3110 Non-Fiction Cinema History (3.0)
                  Technology (3.0)                               • COMM 332G Cross-Cultural Communications for
  • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass                                              International Business (3.0)
                  Communication (3.0)                            • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass
  • COMM 3660 Investigative Reporting (3.0)                                       Communication (3.0)
  • COMM 380R Long-Format Video Journalism                       • COMM 362G International Communication (3.0)
                  (3.0)                                          • COMM 3700 Free Expression in a Democratic
  • COMM 413R Advanced Television News Writing                                    Society (3.0)
                  and Reporting (3.0)                            • COMM 3780 Mormon Cultural Studies (3.0)
  • COMM 470R On-Air Broadcast Journalism (3.0)                 TRACK TWO: JOURNALISM
  • COMM 479R Journalism Workshop (if not already               Complete 6 credits from the following:
                  taken) (3.0)                                   • COMM 1130 Writing for the Mass Media (3.0)
 or Other Advisor approved Comm courses                          • COMM 2010 Mass Communication and Society
Emphasis Elective Requirements:               21 Credits                          (3.0)
Complete 21 credits of non-COMM courses (10 credits 21.0         • COMM 2560 Radio Production (3.0)
must be upper division). A MINOR in another discipline           • COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)
is highly recommended:                                          Complete 12 credits from the following:
                                                                 • COMM 3000 Media Ethics (3.0)
                                                                 • COMM 3100 Propaganda and Persuasion (3.0)
emphasis in Public Relations                   45 credits        • COMM 3660 Investigative Reporting (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                        24 Credits         • COMM 3700 Free Expression in a Democratic
  • COMM 1130 Writing for the Mass Media                  3.0                     Society (3.0)
  • COMM 3520 Case Studies in Public Relations            3.0    • COMM 3790 Case Studies in Journalism (3.0)
  • COMM 3530 Public Relations Writing                    3.0    • COMM 380R Long-Format Video Journalism (3.0)
  • COMM 4850 Public Relations Campaigns                  3.0    • COMM 413R Advanced Television News Writing
  • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                     3.0                     and Reporting (3.0)
Complete 9 credits from the following (6 must be upper    9.0    • COMM 470R On-Air Broadcast Journalism (3.0)
division):
  • COMM 2790 Magazine Writing (3.0)
  • COMM 350R Special Topics in Mass
                  Communication (3.0)                           See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
  • COMM 3780 Mormon Cultural Studies (3.0)                     for detailed course information. This department
  • COMM 481R Internship (1.0)
 or Other Advisor approved Comm courses                         manages the following course prefixes:
Emphasis Elective Requirements:               21 Credits
Complete 21 credits of non-COMM courses (10 credits 21.0        - COMM, Communication
must be upper division). A MINOR in another discipline
is highly recommended:


emphasis in
speech communication                         45.0 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                        27 Credits
 • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication                  3.0
 • COMM 2120 Small Group Communication and                3.0
                  Decision Making
 • COMM 2400 Organizational Communication                 3.0
 • COMM 2270 Argumentation (3.0)
 or COMM 3410 Fundamentals of Mediation and               3.0
                  Negotiation
 • COMM 319G IIntercultural Communication                 3.0
                  Encounters
Complete 12 credits of any upper division COMM           12.0
courses:
Emphasis Elective Requirements:               18 Credits
Complete 18 credits of non-COMM courses (13 credits 18.0
must be upper division). A MINOR in another discipline
is highly recommended.




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   Computer Science                                PRoGRams                                                       • CS 2600         Fundamentals of Data                   3.0
                                                                                                                                    Communications
                                                   Students majoring in Computer Science (CS)                     • CS 2810         Computer Organization and              3.0
                                                   may receive either a two-year AS or AAS degree                                   Architecture
                                                                                                                  • IT 1510         Introduction to System                 3.0
                                                   or a four-year bachelor degree. A certificate
Department chair: kirk love                                                                                                         Administration--Linux/UNIX
                                                   program is available for those seeking short-term              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0
  Office: CS 520j                                  specialized training.                                         Elective Requirements:                            6 Credits
  Telephone: 801-863-8852                                                                                        Choose 6 credits from the following courses (Must be      6.0
                                                   The Associate in Science Degree in Computer                   approved by CSE Department. See CSE advisor):
                                                                                                                  • CS 2250         Java Programming (3.0)
administrative support: Vaylene Perry              Science (AS-CS) is a transfer degree for those                 or CS 3250        Java Software Development (3.0)
                                                   wishing to transfer to a bachelor degree program.              • CS 2370         C-plus-plus Programming (3.0)
  Office: CS 520s                                  The Associate in Applied Science Degree in                     or CS 3370        C-plus-plus Software
  Telephone: 801-863-8218                          Computer Science (AAS-CS) provides job-ready                                     Development (3.0)
                                                                                                                  • CS 239R         Current Topics in Computer
                                                   skills and includes areas of specialization in:                                  Science (1.0)
faculty:                                           Computer Engineering and in Computing and                      • CS 2550         Web Programming I (3.0)
  Professor                                        Networking Sciences.                                           • CS 3060         Operating Systems Theory (3.0)
                                                                                                                  • CS 3260         CsharpNET Software
    Charles Allison                                Note: Students may earn only one AAS Degree                                      Development (3.0)
    Roger DeBry                                                                                                   • CS 3520         Database Theory (3.0)
                                                   in Computer Science. Additional degrees will not
    Dennis Fairclough                                                                                            Graduation Requirements:
                                                   be awarded for completing subsequent AAS-CS                    1   Completion of a minimum of 30 semester credits.
    David Heldenbrand                              areas of specialization.                                       2   Minimum grade of C- required in all courses.
    Afsaneh Minaie                                                                                                3   Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
    Keith Olson                                    A four-year bachelor degree, accredited by                     4   Residency hours -- minimum of 10 credit hours through
                                                   the Computing Accreditation Commission of                          course attendance at UVU.
    Reza Sanati-Mehrizy
                                                   the Accreditation Board for Engineering and
  Associate Professor
    Brian Durney
                                                   Technology (CAC of ABET, 111 Market Pl.,                      aas in computer science                         64 Credits
                                                   Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202, www.abet.                    General Education Requirements:                 13 Credits
    Neil Harrison                                  org), is offered in Computer Science (BS-CS).                 A minimum of 16 credits of General Education requirements
    Kirk Love                                      There are four possible areas of specialization:              are required for graduation. Not all GE requirements are
                                                                                                                 listed in this section (see Specialty Core requirements for
    Todd Peterson                                  Computer Engineering, Computer Networking,                    more details).
    Curtis Welborn                                 Computer Science, and Database Engineering.                      • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                     3.0
  Assistant Professor                              A four-year bachelor degree is also offered in                   • HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE 3.0
                                                   Software Engineering. This degree is currently                     (COMM 1020 recommended)
    Reza Kamali-Sarvestani                                                                                          • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication *               3.0
    Cheolhwan Oh                                   not accredited.                                                  • BIOLOGY                                               3.0
                                                                                                                   or PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and
                                                   The Computer Science areas of specialization                                       Engineers I (4.0) *
advisors:                                          conform to the Association of Computing                          • PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR                   1.0
                                                                                                                      ENVIRONMENT
  Patti Miner                                      Machinery (ACM) and Institute for Electrical
                                                                                                                 Discipline Core Requirements:                     9 Credits
    Office: CS 635                                 and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) joint model                  Complete the following:
                                                   curriculum. Students completing the Computer                   • CS 1400        Fundamentals of Programming *           3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8408
                                                   Science degree should be prepared to take                      • CS 2600        Computer Networks I *                   3.0
                                                   professional programming and networking                        • CS 2810        Computer Organization and               3.0
  Fred Orchard                                     certification exams.
                                                                                                                                   Architecture *
                                                                                                                 Emphasis:
     Office: CS 635                                                                                              Complete one of the following:
     Telephone: 801-863-6238                       Note: Students may earn only one BS Degree                     • Computer Engineering                                  42.0
                                                   in Computer Science or Software Engineering.                   • Computing and Networking Sciences                     42.0
                                                   Additional degrees will not be awarded for                    Graduation Requirements:
college of technology & computing                                                                                 1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits.
                                                   completing subsequent BS-CS areas of                           2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
  Dean: Ernest Carey                               specialization.                                                3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
    Office: CS 720                                                                                                  course attendance at UVU.
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                        In addition to regular programs, the Department               Footnotes:
                                                   also offers a variety of courses to provide skill              * Minimum grade of C- required
                                                   upgrades, short-term intensive training, and other
caReeR oPPoRtunities
                                                   services for the community.                                   emphasis in computer engineering                  42 credits
There are many career opportunities for those                                                                    This program is designed to prepare students for careers in
educated in computer science, computer             Classroom instruction is supported by well-                   the many areas of computer science requiring a knowledge
                                                   equipped computer laboratories with over 180                  of computer systems hardware, software, device drivers,
networking, computer engineering, database                                                                       and peripheral devices. Computer Science Engineers have
engineering, and software engineering. Possible    computers interconnected through a series of                  strong technical skills and an understanding of and ability
occupational areas include software engineering,   Microsoft and Linux networks and servers.                     to work with both computer hardware and software that are
software development, programming, network                                                                       scientific and technical in nature.
programming, mobile programming systems            Certificate in Programmer                    30 Credits       Emphasis Requirements:                          22 Credits
                                                                                                                 Complete the following (minimum grade of C- required):
analysis and design, consulting, customer          This program is designed to prepare students for careers
                                                   requiring knowledge and skills in computer programming         • CS 1030        Foundations of Computer Science         3.0
support, maintaining software, networks or         and software maintenance. Students are prepared to pass        • EENG 1020 Computer Engineering Problem                 1.0
media systems, manufacturer’s representative,      programming certification examinations. The student is                          Solving with Matlab
                                                                                                                  • EENG 2250 Circuit Theory                               3.0
client services, software testing, database        responsible for registering for and taking the required
                                                                                                                  • EENG 2255 Circuit Theory Lab                           1.0
administration, web programming, web design,       certification examinations.
                                                                                                                  • EENG 2700 Digital Design I                             3.0
                                                   Discipline Core Requirements:                24 Credits
network management, and network engineering.       Complete the following:
                                                                                                                  • EENG 3740 Digital Design II                            3.0
The long-term employment outlook is currently                                                                     • IT 1510        Introduction to System                  3.0
                                                    • CS 1400        Fundamentals of Programming           3.0
                                                                                                                                   Administration--Linux/UNIX
excellent in all of these areas.                    • CS 1410        Object-Oriented Programming           3.0
                                                                                                                  • MATH 1210 Calculus I (fulfills GE requirement)         5.0
                                                    • CS 2300        Discrete Structures I                 3.0
                                                    • CS 2420        Introduction to Algorithms and Data   3.0
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Emphasis Elective Requirements:              20 Credits        • ENGL 2020        Intermediate Writing--Science and   3.0    • PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and                  4.0
Complete 20 credits from the following courses        20.0                        Technology                                             Engineers I
(minimum grade of C- required). (Must be approved by          Complete one of the following:                          3.0    • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I                   4.0
CSE Department. See CSE Advisor):                              • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning                           Discipline Core Requirements:                   81 Credits
  • CS 1410       Object-Oriented Programming (3.0)                               (recommended for Humanities or             •   CS 1400      Fundamentals of Programming            3.0
  • CS 2300       Discrete Structures I (3.0)                                     Arts majors) (3.0)                         •   CS 1410      Object-Oriented Programming            3.0
  • CS 2420       Introduction to Algorithms and Data          • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                        •   CS 2300      Discrete Structures I                  3.0
                  Structures (3.0)                                                (recommended for Social Science            •   CS 2420      Introduction to Algorithms and Data    3.0
  • CS 2450       Software Engineering (3.0)                                      majors) (3.0)                                               Structures
  • CS 2550       Web Programming I (3.0)                      • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                  • CS 2600        Computer Networks I                    3.0
  • CS 3060       Operating Systems Theory (3.0)                                  Business, Education, Science, and          • CS 2810        Computer Organization and              3.0
  • CS 3520       Database Theory (3.0)                                           Health Professions majors) (4.0)                            Architecture
  • EENG 3750 Engineering Analysis (3.0)                      Complete one of the following:                          3.0    • CS 305G        Global Social and Ethical Issues in    3.0
  • EENG 3770 Signals and Systems (3.0)                        • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                           Computing
  • EENG 4730 Embedded Systems (3.0)                          and HIST 2710       US History since 1877 (3.0)                • CS 3060        Operating Systems Theory               3.0
  • EENG 4750 Digital Signal Processing (3.0)                  • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       • CS 3240        Introduction to Computational          3.0
  • EENG 4760 Electronic Systems (3.0)                         • HIST 1740        US Economic History (3.0)                                   Theory
  • EENG 4765 Electronic Systems Lab (1.0)                     • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • CS 4380        Advanced/High-Performance              3.0
  • MATH 1220 Calculus II (5.0)                                • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                 Computer Architecture
  • PHYS 2215 Physics for Scientists and                      Complete the following:                                        • COMP 301R      Digital Lecture Series                  1.0
                  Engineers I Lab (1.0)                        • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    • EENG 1020      Computer Engineering Problem            1.0
                                                               • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                                 Solving with Matlab
                                                               or PES 1097        Fitness for Life                    2.0    •   EENG 2700    Digital Design I                       3.0
emphasis in computing                                         Distribution Courses                                           •   EENG 2705    Digital Design I Lab                   1.0
and networking sciences                       42 credits      Humanities:                                                    •   EENG 2250    Circuit Theory                         3.0
This program is designed to prepare students for careers       • COMM 1020 Public Speaking (recommended)              3.0    •   EENG 2255    Circuit Theory Lab                     1.0
in the many areas of computer science and networking          Social Science:                                                •   EENG 3720    Interfacing to Microprocessors         3.0
requiring a knowledge of both computer software and            • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication                3.0    •   EENG 3740    Digital Design II                      3.0
computer networking. The Computer Networking program is                           (recommended)                              •   EENG 3750    Engineering Analysis                   3.0
a comprehensive curriculum which covers the range of          Physical Science:                                              •   EENG 3770    Signals and Systems                    3.0
networking and data communications technologies.               • PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and                 4.0    •   EENG 4730    Embedded Systems                       3.0
Students in this program are provided instruction in                              Engineers I*                               •   EENG 4760    Electronic Systems                     3.0
analysis, installation, maintenance and management of          • PHYS 2215 Physics for Scientists and                 1.0    •   EENG 4765    Electronic Systems Lab                 1.0
local and wide area networks, and world wide web servers.                         Engineers I Lab*                           •   EENG 4800    Computer Engineering Senior            3.0
Emphasis Requirements:                       24 Credits       Additional Physical Science:                                                    Design Project
Complete the following:                                        • PHYS 2220 Physics for Scientists and                 4.0    • PHYS 2215      Physics for Scientists and              1.0
 • CS 1410        Object-Oriented Programming           3.0                       Engineers II*                                               Engineers I Lab
 • CS 2300        Discrete Structures I                 3.0    • PHYS 2225 Physics for Scientists and                 1.0    • PHYS 2220      Physics for Scientists and             4.0
 • CS 2420        Introduction to Algorithms and Data   3.0                       Engineers II Lab*                                           Engineers II
                  Structures                                  Additional Distribution Courses                                • PHYS 2225      Physics for Scientists and              1.0
 • CS 2690        Computer Networks II                  3.0    • Biology                                              3.0                     Engineers II Lab
 • CS 3060        Operating Systems Theory              3.0    • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0    •   CHEM 1215    Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory   1.0
 • CS 3250        Java Software Development             3.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                25 Credits        •   MATH 1220    Calculus II                            5.0
 or CS 3260       CsharpNET Software                           •   CS 1400      Fundamentals of Programming*          3.0    •   MATH 2210    Calculus III                           3.0
                  Development (3.0)                            •   CS 1410      Object-Oriented Programming*          3.0    •   MATH 2040    Principles of Statistics               4.0
 • CS 3520        Database Theory                       3.0    •   CS 2300      Discrete Structures I*                3.0   Elective Requirements:                           6 Credits
 • MATH 1060 Trigonometry (fulfills GE                  3.0    •   CS 2420      Introduction to Algorithms and Data   3.0   Technical Electives (Choose 6 credits from any CS 3000 or
                  requirement)                                                  Structures*                                 CS 4000 level courses not already required):
Emphasis Elective Requirements:              18 Credits        • CS 2810        Computer Organization and             3.0   Graduation Requirements:
Complete 18 credits from the following courses        18.0                      Architecture*                                1 Completion of a minimum of 126 semester credits, with
(minimum grade of C- required). (Must be approved by           • MATH 1210      Calculus I*                           5.0      a minimum of 40 upper-division credits.
CSE Department. See CSE Advisor):                              • MATH 1220      Calculus II*                          5.0    2 Overall grade point average of 2.5 or above, with a
  • CS 1030       Foundations of Computer Science             Graduation Requirements:                                         minimum grade of C- in all disipline core and elective
                  (3.0)                                        1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits.               requirements.
  • CS 2250       Java Programming (3.0)                       2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with no     3 Residency hours - minimum of 30 credit hours through
 or CS 3250       Java Software Development (3.0)                grade lower than a C- in Discipline Core courses.             course attendance at UVU. 10 of these hours must be
  • CS 2370       C-plus-plus Programming (3.0)                3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through         within the last 45 hours earned. At least 12 of the credit
 or CS 3370       C-plus-plus Software                           course attendance at UVU.                                     hours earned in residence must be in approved CSE
                  Development (3.0)                            4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                   department courses.
  • CS 2450       Software Engineering (3.0)                     requirements.                                               4 All transfer credit must be approved in writing by UVU.
  • CS 2550       Web Programming I (3.0)                     Footnotes:                                                     5 No more than 80 semester hours and no more than 20
  • CS 281R       Internship (3.0 credits max.) (1.0)          * Minimum grade of C- required.                                 hours in CS and EENG courses of transfer credit from a
  • CS 3260       CsharpNET Software                                                                                           two-year college.
                  Development (3.0)                                                                                          6 No more than 6 semester hours may be earned through
  • CS 3410       Human Factors in Software                   bs in computer engineering 126 Credits                           independent study.
                  Development (3.0)                           General Education Requirements:              39 Credits        7 Successful completion of at least one Global/
  • CS 3660       Web Programming II (3.0)                     • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0      Intercultural course.
  • CS 3670       Network Programming (3.0)                    • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and    3.0
  • CS 4470       Artificial Intelligence (3.0)                                  Technology
  • CS 4610       TCP/IP Internet Architecture (3.0)          American Institutions: Complete one of the following:   3.0   bs in computer science                        122 Credits
  • EENG 2700 Digital Design I (3.0)                           • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                         General Education Requirements:                38 Credits
and EENG 2705 Digital Design I Lab (1.0)                      and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0
  • EENG 3750 Engineering Analysis (3.0)                       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and     3.0
  • IT 1510       Introduction to System                       • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                     Technology
                  Administration--Linux/UNIX (3.0)             • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • MATH 1210 Calculus I                                  5.0
  • IT 3510       Advanced System                              • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)               American Institutions: Complete one of the following:    3.0
                  Administration--Linux/UNIX (3.0)            Complete the following:                                        • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
  • MATH 1210 Calculus I (5.0)                                 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
  • MATH 1220 Calculus II (5.0)                                • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
  • PHYS 2215 Physics for Scientists and                       or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                  Engineers I Lab (1.0)                       Distribution Courses:                                          • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                               • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                            3.0    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                               • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication                3.0   Complete the following:
as Pre-major in                                                • Fine Arts (choose from list)                         3.0    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
                                                                                                                             • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
computer science                             64 Credits        • Biology (choose from list)
                                                               • MATH 1210 Calculus I
                                                                                                                      3.0
                                                                                                                      5.0    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0
General Education Requirements:              39 Credits                                                                     Distribution Courses:
 • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing               3.0                                                                  • COMM 1020 Public Speaking*                            3.0


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 •  COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication*                3.0   emphasis in computer engineering 42 credits                    emphasis in computer science                     42 credits
 •  Fine Arts Distribution (choose from list)             3.0   This program is designed to prepare students for careers in    The Computer Science area of specialization is designed
 •  Biology (choose from list)                            3.0   the many areas of computer science requiring a knowledge       to prepare students for employment opportunities in the
 •  PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and                  4.0   of computer systems hardware, software, device drivers,        fields of complex algorithms involved in designing and
                   Engineers I (To be completed with            and peripheral devices. Computer Engineers have strong         developing application programs or systems programs,
                   PHYS 2215) *                                 technical skills and an understanding of and ability to        software engineering, rapid application development, and
Complete one of the following course/lab                  3.0   work with both computer hardware and software that are         software maintenance. Students are prepared to take
combinations*:                                                  scientific and techincal in nature. The degree is designed     industry standard programming certification examinations.
 • BIOL 1610 College Biology I (To be completed                 to prepare students for employment opportunities in            The student is reponsible for registering for and taking the
                   with BIOL 1615) (4.0)                        the computer industry. Areas of employment include:            required certification examinations.
 or CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (To be                  computer hardware design, systems design, device driver        Emphasis Requirements:                          30 Credits
                   completed with CHEM 1215) (4.0)              programming, software rapid application development, and       Minimum grade of C- required in these courses.
 or GEO 1010       Introduction to Geology (To be               software/hardware maintenance. Students are prepared to         • CS 2450       Software Engineering                     3.0
                   completed with GEO 1015) (3.0)               take industry standard programming certification                • CS 3260       CsharpNET Software
 or PHYS 2220 Physics for Scientists and                                                                                                        Development (3.0)
                                                                examinations. The student is reponsible for registering for
                   Engineers II (To be completed with                                                                           or CS 3270      Python Software Development              3.0
                                                                and taking the require certification examinations.
                   PHYS 2225) (4.0)                                                                                             • CS 3310       Introduction to Algorithms (3.0)
                                                                Emphasis Requirements:                         28 Credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                   42 Credits      Minimum grade of C- required in these courses.                  or CS 3320      Numerical Software Development           3.0
 • PHYS 2215      Physics for Scientists and              1.0    • CS 4380       Advanced/High-Performance              3.0     • CS 3370       C-plus-plus Software Development         3.0
                  Engineers I Lab (To be taken with                              Computer Architecture                          • CS 3450       Principles and Patterns of Software      3.0
                  PHYS 2210) *                                   • EENG 1020 Computer Engineering Problem               1.0                     Design
Complete one of the following labs with its               1.0                    Solving with Matlab                            • CS 3520       Database Theory                          3.0
corresponding course:                                            • EENG 2250 Circuit Theory                             3.0     • CS 4380       Advanced/High-Performance                3.0
 • BIOL 1615      College Biology I Laboratory                   • EENG 2255 Circuit Theory Lab                         1.0                     Computer Architecture
                  College Biology I Laboratory (To be            • EENG 2700 Digital Design I                           3.0     • CS 4450       Analysis of Programming                  3.0
                  completed with BIOL 1610) (1.0)                • EENG 2705 Digital Design I Lab                       1.0                     Languages
 or CHEM 1215 Principles of Chemistry I                          • EENG 3740 Digital Design II                          3.0     • CS 4470       Artificial Intelligence                  3.0
                  Laboratory (To be completed with               • EENG 3750 Engineering Analysis                       3.0     • CS 4490       Compiler Construction                    3.0
                  CHEM 1210) (1.0)                               • EENG 3770 Signals and Systems                        3.0    Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 12 Credits
 or GEO 1015      Introduction to Geology (To be                 • EENG 4760 Electronic Systems (3.0)                   3.0    Complete 12 credits from the following or any CS 3000 12.0
                  completed with GEO 1010) (1.0)                 • EENG 4765 Electronics Systems Lab (1.0)              1.0    or 4000 level course not already required. Minimum of
 or PHYS 2225 Physics for Scientists and                         • EENG 4800 Computer Engineering Senior                3.0    6 credits must be upper division. (Minimum grade of
                  Engineers II Lab (To be completed                              Design Project                                C- required in these courses.):
                  with PHYS 2220) (1.0)                                                                                          • EENG 3750 Engineering Analysis (3.0)
Minimum grade of C- required in these courses.
                                                                Emphasis Elective Requirements:                14 Credits
                                                                Complete 14 credits any CS 3000 or 4000 level course 14.0        • INFO 1510 Introduction to System
 • COMP 301R Digital Lecture Series                       1.0                                                                                     Administration--Linux/UNIX (3.0)
                                                                not already required. (Minimum of 6 credits must be
 • CS 1400        Fundamentals of Programming             3.0
                                                                EENG; minimum of 3 credits must be CS).
 • CS 1410        Object-Oriented Programming             3.0
 • CS 2300        Discrete Structures I                   3.0                                                                  emphasis in Database engineering                 42 credits
 • CS 2420        Introduction to Algorithms and Data     3.0   emphasis in computer networking                 42 credits     This program is designed to prepare students for careers
                  Structures                                    This program provides a net-centric computer science           that require in-depth knowledge of Database Systems.
 • CS 2600        Computer Networks I                     3.0   degree with heavy emphasis on Internet architecture and        Theoretical and practical aspects associated with the
 • CS 2690        Computer Networks II                    3.0   programming. It prepares students for employment               design and construction of Database Systems is
 • CS 2810        Computer Organization and               3.0   opportunities in computer network design and engineering,      emphasized. The program covers the fundamentals of Data
                  Architecture                                  client and server side web application development,            Modeling, Information Retrieval, Relational/Object-
 • CS 305G        Global Social and Ethical Issues in     3.0   network game programming and mobile device application         Relational/Object-Oriented Databases, Distributed
                  Computing                                     development.                                                   Databases, Data Warehousing, Data Mining, Database
 • CS 3060        Operating Systems Theory                3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                         33 Credits      Recovery, Database Security and Database Integrity, as
 • CS 3240        Introduction to Computational           3.0   Minimum grade of C- required in these courses.                 well as other topics.
                  Theory                                         • CS 2450       Software Engineering                   3.0    Emphasis Requirements:                          27 Credits
 • MATH 1220 Calculus II                                  5.0    • CS 2550       Web Programming I                      3.0    Minimum grade of C- required in these courses.
 • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                     4.0    • CS 3250       Java Software Development              3.0     • CS 2450       Software Engineering                     3.0
Emphasis:                                                        • CS 3520       Database Theory                        3.0     • CS 3250       Java Software Development                3.0
Complete one of the following:                                   • CS 3660       Web Programming II                     3.0     or CS 3260      CsharpNET Software
 • Computer Engineering                                  42.0    • CS 3670       Network Programming                    3.0                     Development (3.0)
 • Computer Networking                                   42.0    • CS 4610       TCP/IP Internet Architecture           3.0     or CS 3370      C-plus-plus Software
 • Computer Science                                      42.0    • CS 4670       Undergraduate Research Project         3.0                     Development (3.0)
 • Database Engineering                                  42.0                    for Networking Specialization                  • CS 3410       Human Factors in Software                3.0
Graduation Requirements:                                         • CS 4690       Distributed Internet Application       3.0                     Development
 1 Completion of a minimum of 122 semester credits, with                         Development                                    • CS 3520       Database Theory                          3.0
   a minimum of 40 upper-division credits.                       • IT 1510       Introduction to System                 3.0     • CS 4100       Database Management System               3.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above. Must have                        Administration--Linux/UNIX                                     Construction
   a minimum grade of C- with a combined GPA of 2.5 or           • IT 3510       Advanced System Administration-        3.0     • CS 4500       Advanced Topics in Database              3.0
   higher in all discipline core and emphasis requirements                       -Linux/UNIX                                    • CS 4620       Data Mining                              3.0
   and the General Education requirements marked with           Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 9 Credits       • INFO 3410 Database Systems                             3.0
   an asterisk.                                                 Complete a minimum of 9 credits (at least 6 upper        9.0    • INFO 4410 Database Administration                      3.0
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through        level) from the following electives. Other electives may       Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 15 Credits
   course attendance at UVU. 10 of these hours must be          be substituted with department permission. (Minimum            Complete 15 credits from the following:                  15.0
   within the last 45 hours earned. At least 12 of the credit   grade of C- required in these courses.)                        Minimum grade of C- required in these courses.
   hours earned in residence must be in approved CSE              • CS 3370          C-plus-plus Software                       • CS 2550        Web Programming I (3.0)
   Department courses.                                                               Development (3.0)                          • CS 3250        Java Software Development (3.0)
 4 All transfer credit must be approved in writing by UVU.        • CS 3540          Game Programming (3.0)                     • CS 3260        CsharpNET Software
 5 No more than 80 semester hours and no more than                • CS 3680          Mobile Device Programming (3.0)                             Development (3.0)
   20 hours in CS type courses of transfer credit from a          • CS 479R          Advanced Current Topics in                 • CS 3370        C-plus-plus Software
   two-year college.                                                                 Computer Science (1.0)                                      Development (3.0)
 6 No more than 30 semester hours may be earned                   • EENG 2700 Digital Design I (3.0)                            • CS 3540        Game Programming (3.0)
   through independent study and/or extension classes.           and EENG 2705 Digital Design I Lab (1.0)                       • CS 3660        Web Programming II (3.0)
 7 Successful completion of at least one Global/                  • IT 2400          Voice and Data Cabling                     • CS 3670        Network Programming (3.0)
   Intercultural course.                                                             Fundamentals (3.0)                         • CS 4230        Software Testing and Quality
Footnotes:                                                        • IT 2700          Information Security Fundamentals (3.0)                     Engineering (3.0)
 * Minimum grade required (see Graduation                         • IT 2800          Computer Forensic Fundamentals (3.0)       • CS 4400        Software Engineering II (3.0)
   Requirements)                                                  • IT 3530          Advanced System Administration-            • CS 4470        Artificial Intelligence (3.0)
                                                                                     -Windows Server (3.0)                      • CS 4510        Operating Systems Design and
                                                                  • IT 3600          Networks and Internetworking (3.0)                          Simulation (3.0)
                                                                  • IT 3700          Information Security--Network              • CS 481R        Internship (1.0)
                                                                                     Defense and Countermeasures (3.0)
                                                                  • MATH 2270 Linear Algebra (3.0)


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                                                                                                                              Computer Science
bs in software engineering 123 Credits                          minor in computer science                     18 Credits
General Education Requirements:                 37 Credits      Discipline Core Requirements:                   9 Credits
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0    • CS 1400        Fundamentals of Programming (CS 3.0
 • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and      3.0                     1030 recommended)
                   Technology                                    • CS 1410        Object-Oriented Programming         3.0
 • MATH 1210 Calculus I                                   5.0    • CS 2420        Introduction to Algorithms and Data 3.0
American Institutions, complete one of the following:     3.0                     Structures
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                    Elective Requirements:                          9 Credits
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                         • Complete at least three CS courses numbered          9.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                               3060 or above
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                                Graduation Requirements:
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                                 • To fill the requirements for a computer science minor
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                                   students must have no course grade lower than C- in
Complete the following:
                                                                   any of the CS courses required for the computer
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0
                                                                   science minor.
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                 2.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
Distribution Requirements:
 • Biology                                                3.0
                                                                ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
                                                                The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
 • Physical Science                                       3.0   the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
 • Additional Physical Science or Biology                 3.0   degree requirement listings.)
 • Fine Arts                                              3.0
 • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                              3.0
 • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication                  3.0   emphasis in computer science                   18 credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                  59 Credits       Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
 • CS 1400      Fundamentals of Programming               3.0   Computer Science Emphasis
 • CS 1410      Object-Oriented Programming               3.0   Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 • CS 2810      Computer Organization and                 3.0    • CS 3250        Java Software Development (3.0)
                Architecture                                     • CS 3370        C-plus-plus Software
 •    CS 2300   Discrete Structures I                     3.0                     Development (3.0)
 •    CS 2420   Introduction to Algorithms and Data       3.0   Choose 15 credits from the following:                  15.0
                Structures                                       • CS 3240        Introduction to Computational
 •    CS 2450   Software Engineering                      3.0                     Theory (3.0)
 •    CS 2600   Computer Networks I                       3.0    • CS 3250        Java Software Development (3.0)
 •    COMP 301R Digital Lecture Series                    1.0    • CS 3370        C-plus-plus Software
 •    CS 305G   Global Social and Ethical Issues in       3.0                     Development (3.0)
                Computing                                        • CS 2450        Software Engineering (3.0)
 •    CS 3060   Operating Systems Theory                  3.0    • CS 4380        Advanced/High-Performance
 •    CS 3240   Introduction to Computational             3.0                     Computer Architecture (3.0)
                Theory                                           • CS 4450        Analysis of Programming
 •    CS 3250   Java Software Development (3.0)                                   Languages (3.0)
 or   CS 3260   CsharpNET Software                               • CS 4490        Compiler Construction (3.0)
                Development (3.0)                               NOTE: A minimum GPA of 2.5 in all Specialty Core courses
 or   CS 3270   Python Software Development               3.0   with no grade lower than a C- required for graduation.
 •    CS 3520   Database Theory                           3.0
 •    CS 3450   Principles and Patterns of Software       3.0
                Design
 •    CS 4230   Software Testing and Quality              3.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                Engineering                                     for detailed course information. This department
 •    CS 4400   Software Engineering II                   3.0
 •    CS 3410   Human Factors in Software                 3.0
                                                                manages the following course prefixes:
                Development
 •    CS 4450   Analysis of Programming                   3.0   - COMP, Computing
                Languages                                       - CS, Computer Science
 •    CS 4550   Software Engineering III                  3.0   - EENG, Electrical Engineering
 •    MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                  4.0
Elective Requirements:                          27 Credits
Complete 12 credits from the following:                  12.0
  • Any CS course numbered 3000 or higher not
     already required.
Complete at least 15 credits (at least 5 must be upper 15.0
division) in a discipline other than Computer Science.
See Advisor for details. Note that these credits may not
also be used to fulfill general education requirements:
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 123 semester credits, with
   a minimum of 40 upper-division credits.
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above. Must have
   a minimum grade of C- with a combined GPA of 2.5 or
   higher in all discipline core and elective requirements
   and the General Education requirements marked with
   an asterisk.
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
   course attendance at UVU. Ten of these hours must be
   within the last 45 hours earned. At least 12 of the credit
   hours earned in residence must be in approved CSE
   Department courses.
 4 No more than 80 semester hours and no more than 20
   hours of transfer credit from a two-year college may be
   applied to the core or elective courses.
 5 No more than 6 semester hours may be earned through
   independent study.
 6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
   Intercultural course.




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           Construction                          PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                          Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                                                1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
                                                 Students may earn an Associate in Applied                      2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.

           Management                            Science degree. The Clyde Institute of                         3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                                                                  course attendance at UVU.
                                                 Construction Management Program has been                       4 Complete all core requitements with a minimum grade
                                                 designed to provide students a strong foundation                 of C - or better.
                                                 in Construction Management that prepares
Department of construction technologies          them for jobs in construction site supervision
                                                 and/or for advancement on to a BS degree in                   bs in construction
                                                 Construction Management. The program provides                 management                                    122 Credits
Department chair: barry hallsted                 courses in building construction, construction                General Education Requirements:               35 Credits
                                                                                                                • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0
  Office: GT 601                                 management and construction science that                       • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/     3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8135                        apply to all segments of the construction                                        Social Sciences
                                                 industry with an emphasis on heavy civil and                   or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                 commercial construction. Students will learn                                     Technology (3.0)
administrative support: sandra ozuna                                                                            • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
                                                 about construction materials and methods                       or MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                 3.0
  Office: GT 613                                 through the use of readings, 3-D models,                                         (Recommended)
  Telephone: 801-863-7405                        hands-on laboratory exercises, and site visits.               Complete one of the following:                           3.0
                                                 Construction management courses in estimating                  • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                                                                • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
Program coordinator: Robert Warcup               and scheduling are also provided along with a                  • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                 strong background in mathematics, computer                    and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
  Office: GT 613e
                                                 technology, business and other general education               • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8167                                                                                       • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                 subjects. A supervisory course is also required
                                                                                                               Complete the following
                                                 so students can learn to manage workers at                     • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
faculty:                                         construction sites.                                            • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                                                                                or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0
  Professor                                                                                                    Distribution Courses
    Bob Dunn                                     aas in construction                                            • ART 1720        Architectural Rendering               3.0
  Associate Professor                            management                                     63 Credits      • COMM 1020 Public Speaking (Highly                     3.0
                                                 General Education Requirements:               15 Credits                         Recommended)
    Fred Davis                                                                                                  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication                 3.0
                                                  • ART 1720   Architectural Rendering (May              3.0
    DeWayne Erdmann                                            substitute another Fine Arts if a                                  (Highly Recommended)
    Eric Linfield                                              drafting or blueprint reading class              • GEO 1010        Introduction to Geology (Highly       3.0
                                                               has already been taken)                                            Recommended)
  Assistant Professor                                                                                           • PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics (Highly                  3.0
                                                  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication                3.0
    James Cox                                     • EGDT 1600 Technical Math--Algebra*                   3.0                      Recommended)
                                                                                                                • Biology Distribution                                  3.0
    Barry Hallsted                                or MATH 1050 College Algebra* (4.0)
                                                  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                    3.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                 78 Credits
    Robert Warcup                                 • PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics                         3.0    • ACC 3000       Financial Managerial and Cost          4.0
                                                               (Recommended)                                                     Accounting Concepts
                                                  • PHSC 1000 Survey of Physical Science (3.0)                  or ACC 2010      Financial Accounting (3.0)
advisor:                                                                                                       and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)
                                                 Discipline Core Requirements:                 44 Credits
  Advisor: Amy Ostler                             • ACC 2010        Financial Accounting (3.0)                  • BIT 1010       Building Codes                         3.0
                                                 and ACC 2020       Managerial Accounting (3.0)                 or BIT 1020      Residential Codes (3.0)
    Office: CS 635                                                                                              or BIT 1230      Plan Review (3.0)
                                                  or ACC 2030       Principles of Accounting (6.0)
    Telephone: 801-863-8138                       or ACC 3000       Financial Managerial and Cost        4.0    • CMGT 1010      Introduction to Construction           3.0
                                                                    Accounting Concepts                                          Management
                                                  •    BIT 1010     Building Codes                       3.0    •    CMGT 1150   Construction Safety                    2.0
advisory committee:                               or   BIT 1020     Residential Codes (3.0)                     •    CMGT 1190   Concrete and Framing Lab               3.0
                                                  or   BIT 1230     Plan Review (3.0)                           or   CMGT 1220   Finishing Lab (3.0)
Jeffrey R. Clyde, W.W. Clyde & Co.(Chair);                                                                      or   BCCM 281R   Cooperative Work Experience 2
                                                  •    DGM 2010     Business Computer Proficiency        3.0
Jim Golding, Geneva Rock; Greg Fix, Big D         or   DGM 2360     Spreadsheet Applications (3.0)                               credits minimum (1.0)
Construction; Darin Zwick, Zwick Construction;    or   DGM 2370     Database Applications (3.0)                and BCCM 285R     Cooperative Correlated Class (1.0)
Kristen Mortensen, City Block; Paul Magleby,      •    ECON 1010    Economics as a Social Science        3.0    • CMGT 1020      Construction Materials and             3.0
                                                  or   ECON 2020    Macroeconomics (3.0)                                         Methods I
Magleby Companies.                                                                                              • CMGT 2010      Construction Materials and             3.0
                                                  •    EGDT 1400    Surveying                            4.0
                                                  •    GEO 1010     Introduction to Geology              3.0                     Methods II
college of technology & computing                 •    CMGT 1010    Introduction to Construction         3.0    • CMGT 3000      Principles of Construction             3.0
                                                                    Management                                                   Scheduling
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                                                                            • CMGT 3010      Construction Materials Testing         3.0
                                                  • CMGT 1020       Construction Materials and           3.0
    Office: CS 720                                                  Methods I                                   • CMGT 3020      Building Envelopes and Mechanical      3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                       • CMGT 1150       Construction Safety                  2.0                     Systems
                                                  • CMGT 1160       Building Information Modeling        3.0    • CMGT 3060      Applied Statics and Strength of        3.0
                                                                    (Preferred)                                                  Materials
                                                                                                                or EGDT 2600     Statics (3.0)
caReeR oPPoRtunities                              or   EGDT 1020    3D Architectural Modeling (3.0)
                                                  •    CMGT 1190    Concrete and Framing Lab             3.0   and EGDT 2610     Strength of Materials (3.0)
Graduates of the four-year Construction           or   CMGT 1220    Finishing Lab (3.0)                         • CMGT 3030      Principles of Construction             3.0
                                                  or   BCCM 281R    Cooperative Work Experience (2                               Estimating
Management program are prepared for                                                                             • CMGT 3040      Construction Job Site Management       3.0
                                                                    credits) (1.0)
employment in various levels of construction     and BCCM 285R      Cooperative Correlated Class (1.0)          • CMGT 399R      Student Professional                   2.0
project management including superintendents,     • CMGT 2010       Construction Materials and           3.0                     Organization (Recommended) -
project engineers, construction schedulers and                      Methods II                                                   Must be repeated during each year
                                                  or EGDT 2730      Special Problems--Civil Drafting                             of study or combined with TECH
estimators.                                                                                                                      301R for a total of two (2) credits
                                                                    (2.0)
                                                  • CMGT 3000       Principles of Construction           3.0                     minimum toward graduation. (0.5)
Graduates of the two-year Construction                              Scheduling                                  or TECH 301R     Technology Lecture Series (must be
Management program are prepared for               • CMGT 3040       Construction Job Site Management     3.0                     repeated or combined with CMGT
employment as construction project foremen,       • CMGT 399R       Student Professional Organization    1.0                     399R for a total of 2 credits) (1.0)
                                                                    (must be repeated) (0.5)                    • CMGT 4010      Construction Contracts                 3.0
crew leaders and entry positions in job                                                                                          (Recommended)
                                                  or TECH 301R      Technology Lecture Series (1.0)
supervision.                                                                                                    or LEGL 3000     Business Law (3.0)
                                                 Elective Requirements:                           4 Credits
                                                 Complete 4 credits of advisor approved courses          4.0    or LEGL 3140     Real Estate Law (3.0)


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                                                                                                                   Construction Management
 •    CMGT 481R   Internship (1.0)                       3.0    See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 or   CMGT 4500   Senior Capstone Project (3.0)                 for detailed course information. This department
 •    DGM 2010    Business Computer Proficiency          3.0
                                                                manages the following course prefixes:
 or   DGM 2360    Spreadsheet Applications (3.0)
 or   DGM 2370    Database Applications (3.0)
 •    ECON 1010   Economics as a Social Science          3.0    - BCCM, Building Construction and Construction
 or   ECON 2010   Microeconomics (3.0)                                       Management
 or   ECON 2020   Macroeconomics (3.0)                          - BIT, Building Inspection Technology
 •    CMGT 1160   Building Information Modeling          3.0
                  (Highly recommended)
                                                                - CAW, Cabinetry and Architectural Woodworking
 or   EGDT 1020   3D Architectural Modeling (3.0)               - CMGT, Construction Management
 or   EGDT 2500   Land Development I (3.0)                      - FAC, Facilities Management
 or   EGDT 2730   Special Problems--Civil Drafting (2.0)
 •    EGDT 1400   Surveying                              4.0
 •    EGDT 1600   Technical Math--Algebra                3.0
 •    EGDT 1610   Technical Math--Geometry/Trig          3.0
 •    MGMT 2200   Business Communication                 3.0
 •    MGMT 3010   Principles of Management               3.0
 •    CMGT 3050   Construction Equipment, Planning 3.0
                  and Logistics
 or TECH 3400     Project Management
 • CMGT 405G      Global Sustainability and the Built    3.0
                  Environment (3.0)
 or INFO 405G     Global Ethical and Professional
                  Perspectives in IS and IT (3.0)
 or TECH 405G     Global Ethical and Professional
                  Issues in Technology (3.0)
 or MGMT 330G     Survey of International Business (3.0)
 or MGMT 332G     Cross-Cultural Communications for
                  International Business (3.0)
 or LEGL 430G     International Business Law
Elective Requirements:                          9 Credits
Choose 9 credits from the following                   9.0
 • Upper division Woodbury School of Business courses.
 • Upper division Technology Management course
 • Other upper division Technical Specialty course as
   approved by Department Chair
 • Any upper-division CMGT course not already
   completed.
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 122 semester hours
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above
 3 No grade lower than a C- in any Discipline Core or
   Elective course
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
   requirements
 5 Residency hours - Minimum of 30 credit hours through
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
   earned in the last 45 hours
 6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
   Intercultural course.


bs in technology management 124 Credits
The following Technical Area is available (see the
Technology Management section of this catalog for
complete degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in
construction management                        46 credits
Emphasis Requirements                          46 credits
 • BIT 1020       Residential Codes                       3.0
 or BIT 1010      Building Codes (3.0)
 • CMGT 1160 Building Information Modeling                3.0
                  (Highly recommended)
 or EGDT 1020 3D Architectural Modeling (3.0)
 or EGDT 1100 Architectural Drafting (3.0)
 or EGDT 1090 Introduction to Architecture Drafting
                   (3.0)
 • EGDT 1400 Surveying                                    4.0
 • CMGT 1010 Introduction to Construction                 3.0
                   Management
 • CMGT 2010 Construction Materials and                   3.0
                   Methods II
 • CMGT 3000 Principles of Construction                   3.0
                   Scheduling
 • CMGT 3030 Principles of Construction                   3.0
                   Estimating
 • CMGT 3040 Construction Job Site Management             3.0
 • Select 20 credits from BCCM, BIT, CMGT, EGDT,         20.0
    GIS, SURV, or similar transfer credits as approved
    by TM advisor.




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Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
                                                        chosen option.
      Criminal Justice/                                 For those trained in Forensic Science,
                                                                                                             aa/as Pre-major in
                                                                                                             criminal justice                            60 Credits

      Law Enforcement                                   opportunities exist in local, county and state       General Education Requirements:             35 Credits
                                                                                                              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
                                                        law enforcement crime labs, commercial drug           • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
                                                        screening laboratories, Fingerprint Specialist,                         Social Sciences
Department chair: brent bullock                         Criminalist, Corporate Security Forensic              or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                        Scientist, Trace Evidence Examiner, Quality                             Technology (3.0)
   Office: GT 606c                                                                                           Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                        Assurance Officer, and other areas depending          • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
   Telephone: 801-863-8139                              on job availability and opportunities. There are      • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
   E-mail: BrentB@uvu.edu                               also opportunities in federal laboratories such       • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
                                                        as Food and Drug Administration; U.S. Postal         Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                                                                              • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
administrative support: melissa tippins                 Service; FBI; Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fire Arms;        • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                        Department of Justice; Drug Enforcement              and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
   Office: GT 608                                       Administration (DEA); and U.S. Army Criminal          • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
   Telephone: 801-863-7230                              Investigation Laboratory.                             • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                                                                              • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                                                                             Complete the following:
Director Police academy: steve Demille                                                                        • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
                                                        PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                  • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
   Office: GT 606b                                                                                            or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0
   Telephone: 801-863-8062                              Students in Criminal Justice may receive             Distribution Courses
   Cell: 801-319-1588                                                                                         • Biology                                             3.0
                                                        certification in the Utah Law Enforcement             • Physical Science                                    3.0
   E-mail: demillst@uvu.edu                             Academy; an Associate in Science Degree in            • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0
                                                        Criminal Justice; a Bachelor of Science Degree in     • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
                                                        Criminal Justice or a Bachelor of Science Degree      • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
administrative support: elva Duckworth                                                                        • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0
                                                        in Forensic Science.
   Office: GT 608                                                                                            Discipline Core Requirements:                15 Credits
                                                                                                              •   CJ 1010     Introduction to Criminal Justice      3.0
   Telephone: 801-863-6156                                                                                    •   CJ 1340     Criminal Investigations               3.0
                                                                                                              •   CJ 1350     Introduction to Forensic Science      3.0
                                                        aDmission ReQuRiements                                •   CJ 1330     Criminal Law                          3.0
Director of forensic science: Gary                                                                            •   CJ 2350     Laws of Evidence                      3.0
                                                        In addition to applying for admission to Utah
naisbitt                                                                                                     Elective Requirements:                       10 Credits
                                                        Valley University, Criminal Justice students must     • FOR AA DEGREE: Must be Foreign Language           8.0
   Office: GT 608                                       meet with the Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement        • FOR AA DEGREE: Any 1000-level course or           2.0
   Telephone: 801-863-6505                              advisor.                                                 higher
                                                                                                              or FOR AS DEGREE: Electives may consist of any 10.0
                                                        law enforcement academy                                  Criminal Justice (CJ) or Paralegal (LEGL) course
faculty:                                                                                                         that is not part of the core requirements.
   Associate Professor                                    Director: Steve DeMille                            Graduation Requirements:
                                                             Office: GT 606B                                  1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.
     W. Brent Bullock                                                                                         2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
     Curtis D. Fillmore                                      Telephone: 801-863-8062                            (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
     Stott Harston                                           Cell: 801-319-1588                               3 Residency hours: Minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                                                                course attendance at UVU.
   Assistant Professor                                       E-mail: demillst@uvu.edu                         4 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of
     Kenneth Crook                                                                                              course work from one language.
                                                        Utah Valley University is a sanctioned provider       5 Must have a grade of C- or higher in all core and
     Matthew Duffin                                                                                             elective requirements.
                                                        of the Utah Law Enforcement Academy, the
     Gary Johansen
                                                        basic training program for certification of law
     Gary Naisbitt                                      enforcement officers. The academy is divided into    bs in criminal justice                     120 Credits
                                                        two modules. The first, or core, provides training   General Education Requirements:             35 Credits
advisor:                                                required for certification of special function        • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
                                                                                                              • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
   Bobbi Kassel                                         officers and is foundational for law enforcement
                                                                                                                                Social Sciences
                                                        and correctional officers. The second module          or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
     Office: CS 635
                                                        is required for certification as a reserve or law                       Technology (3.0)
     Telephone: 801-863-8489                                                                                 Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                        enforcement officer.
     E-mail: kasselbo@uvu.edu                                                                                 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
                                                                                                              • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
                                                        Law Enforcement Academy Certification                 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
college of aviation & Public services                   Prior to applying for the Utah Valley University      • One course that requires MATH 1050 as a
                                                        Law Enforcement Academy (UVU-LEA), the                   prerequisite (excluding MATH 1060)
   Dean: TBD                                                                                                  • An Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Test
     Office: TBD                                        student must pass the National Police Officer            with a score of 3 or higher
                                                        Selection Test. Call 863-8269 for an appointment     Complete one of the following:                         3.0
     Telephone: TBD
                                                        to take the test.                                     • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                             and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                        Module 1, SFO Block, is offered twice each year       • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
caReeR oPPoRtunities
                                                                                                              • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                        in June and again in September. Module 2, LEO         • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
For those trained in Criminal Justice,
                                                        Block, is offered twice each year in January and     Complete the following:
opportunities exist in local, state, federal, and
                                                        March. Contact Steve DeMille at 801-863-8062          • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
private law enforcement i.e., DEA agent, FBI                                                                  • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness              2.0
                                                        or stop by the Criminal Justice /Law Enforcement
agent, corrections officer, security officer, private                                                         or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
                                                        Department in GT 608.                                Distribution Courses
investigator, game law enforcement officer,
                                                                                                              • Biology                                             3.0
immigration inspector, Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearms                                                               • Physical Science                                    3.0
inspector, United States Marshall, Internal                                                                   • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0
Revenue officer, Border Patrol agent, Consumer                                                                • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
Safety inspector, and other fields depending on                                                               • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0



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                                                                                                                           Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
 • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0    • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II               4.0     Elective Requirements:                        12 Credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                68 Credits         • COMM 1020 Public Speaking (Recommended             3.0      • Complete 12 credits from any CJ upper-division     12.0
 • BESC 3010      Statistics for the Behavioral          4.0                for Humanities Distribution)                        courses
                  Sciences                                      • ART 1050  Photography I (Recommended for           3.0     Graduation Requirements:
 • CJ 1010        Introduction to Criminal Justice       3.0                Fine Arts Distribution)                           1 Overall grade point average of 2.5 in all CJ courses
 • CJ 1340        Criminal Investigations                3.0    • CJ 1010   Introduction to Criminal Justice         3.0        and no grade lower than a C- in CJ specialty core and
 • CJ 1350        Introduction to Forensic Science       3.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                 60 Credits         elective courses.
 • CJ 1300        Introduction to Corrections Process    3.0   Forensic Science Foundational Courses:
 • CJ 1330        Criminal Law                           3.0    • CJ 1330        Criminal Law                        3.0
 • CJ 2330        Juvenile Justice                       3.0    • CJ 1340        Criminal Investigations             3.0     minor in forensic science                     24 Credits
 • CJ 2350        Laws of Evidence                       3.0    • CJ 1350        Introduction to Forensic Science    3.0     Matriculation Requirements:
 • CJ 3270        Criminology                            3.0    • CJ 2350        Laws of Evidence                    3.0      1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
 • CJ 3300        Victimology                            3.0    • FSCI 3400 Criminalistics                           3.0     Discipline Core Requirements:                 12 Credits
 • CJ 3400        Drugs and Crime                        3.0    • FSCI 3880 Expert Witness Professional              3.0      •    FSCI 3400   Criminalistics                          3.0
 • SOC 3010       Statistics for the Behavioral          4.0                     Practices                                    •    FSCI 3500   Footwear Impression Evidence            3.0
                  Sciences                                     Complete the following:                                        or   FSCI 3520   Tire Imprint Evidence (3.0)
 • CJ 4160        Constitutional Rights and              3.0    • BIOL 1015 General Biology Laboratory               1.0      •    FSCI 3700   Fingerprint Examination I               3.0
                  Responsibilities                              • CHEM 1215 Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory     1.0      •    FSCI 3720   Fingerprint Examination II              3.0
 • CJ 4200        Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice     3.0    • CHEM 1225 Principles of Chemistry II               1.0
 • CJ 4250        Criminal Justice Career Strategies     1.0                     Laboratory
                                                                                                                             Elective Requirements:                        12 Credits
                                                                                                                              • Complete 12 credits from any upper-division        12.0
 • CJ 4700        Comparative Criminal Justice           3.0    • CHEM 2310 Organic Chemistry I                      4.0
                                                                                                                                Criminal Justice or Forensic Science courses or
                  Systems                                       • CHEM 2315 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory           1.0
                                                                                                                                INFO 4800
 • CJ 4880        Qualitative Research Methods in        3.0    • CHEM 2325 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory          1.0
                  Criminal Justice                              • CHEM 2320 Organic Chemistry II                     4.0     Graduation Requirements:
 • CJ 4990        Criminal Justice Senior Seminar        3.0    • PHYS 2010 College Physics I                        4.0      1 Overall gradepoint average of 2.5 in all CJ courses,
 • DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency                3.0    • PHYS 2015 College Physics I Lab                    1.0        FSCI courses, and no grade lower than a C- in FSCI
 or Business Proficiency Exam *                                 • MATH 1210 Calculus I                               5.0        specialty core and elective courses.
Choose one of the three options below:                  15.0    • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                 4.0
Law Enforcement Option                                          • FSCI 3500 Footwear Impression Evidence             3.0
 • CJ 1390        Police Field Operations (3.0)                 or FSCI 3520 Tire Imprint Evidence (3.0)
 • CJ 3020        Criminal Justice Management (3.0)             • FSCI 3540 Forensic Trace Analysis I                3.0     See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 • CJ 3040        Community Policing (3.0)                      • FSCI 3700 Fingerprint Examination I                3.0     for detailed course information. This department
 • CJ 3390        Traffic Theory (3.0)                          • FSCI 3820 Crime Scene Investigation                3.0     manages the following course prefixes:
 • Electives (choose from upper-division CJ courses)                             Techniques I
Corrections Option                                              • FSCI 3860 Forensic Microscopy                      3.0
 • CJ 3020        Criminal Justice Management (3.0)            Elective Requirements:                        23 Credits
                                                                                                                             - CJ, Criminal Justice
 • CJ 3060        Corrections in the Community (3.0)           Complete 15 credits from the following courses:     15.0      - FSCI, Forensic Science
 • CJ 3140        Corrections Law (3.0)                         • FSCI 3500 Footwear Impression Evidence (3.0)
 • CJ 3360        Prisons--Contemporary Issues and              • FSCI 3520 Tire Imprint Evidence (3.0)
                  Dilemmas (3.0)                                • FSCI 3550 Forensic Trace Analysis II (3.0)
 • Electives (choose from upper-division CJ courses)            • FSCI 3720 Fingerprint Examination II (3.0)
Criminal Law Option                                             • FSCI 3740      Fingerprint Examination III (3.0)
 • Upper-division LEGL courses                                  • FSCI 3780 Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (3.0)
Elective Requirements:                       17 Credits         • FSCI 3800 Computer Forensics and Cyber
 • Complete any 1000 course or higher                   17.0                     Crime (3.0)
Graduation Requirements:                                        • FSCI 3850 Marijuana Identification Certificate
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 or more semester                               (3.0)
   credits with 40 semester credits from 3000- and              • FSCI 4400 Forensic Chemistry (3.0)
   4000-level courses.                                          • FSCI 440L Forensic Chemistry Laboratory (1.0)
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above. Must        • FSCI 443R Directed Research in Forensic
   have a grade of C- or higher in all core and elective                         Science (2.0)
   requirements.                                                • FSCI 481R Forensic Science Internship (1.0)
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through        • CHEM 3000 Analytical Chemistry (2.0)
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours            and CHEM 3005 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (2.0)
   earned in the last 45 hours.                                 • CHEM 3600 Biological Chemistry (3.0)
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                  • CHEM 3605 Biochemistry Laboratory (1.0)
   requirements. Students are responsible for completing        • CHEM 3700 Forensic Analytical Chemistry (3.0)
   all prerequisite courses.                                    • CHEM 4000 Instrumental Analysis (2.0)
 5 Successful completion of at least one Global/                • CHEM 4005 Instrumental Analysis Laboratory (2.0)
   Intercultural course.                                        • ENGL 3300 Technical Communication for
Footnotes:                                                                       Technology Students (3.0)
 * Students will be required to complete the Business           • GEO 3400 Forensic Geology (4.0)
   Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent        Complete 8 credits of any courses 3000 or higher     8.0
   or higher on each module or complete the DGM 2010           Graduation Requirements:
   course or DGM 201A-D modules as necessary with a             1 Completion of a minimum of 121 or more semester
   score of 80 percent or highter on each module.                 credits.
                                                                2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above
                                                                  (departments may require a higher GPA).
bs in forensic science                      121 Credits         3 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through
General Education Requirements:              38 Credits           course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0      earned in the last 45 hours.
 • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and     3.0    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                   Technology                                     requirements.
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0    5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
Complete one of the following:                           3.0      Intercultural course.
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                 minor in criminal justice                     24 Credits
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   Matriculation Requirements:
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                Discipline Core Requirements:                 12 Credits
Complete the following:                                         •   CJ 1010     Introduction to Criminal Justice     3.0
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0    •   CJ 1340     Criminal Investigations              3.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 •   CJ 1330     Criminal Law                         3.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0    •   CJ 2350     Laws of Evidence                     3.0
Distribution Courses:
 • BIOL 1010 General Biology                             3.0
 • CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I                   4.0


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Culinary Arts Institute
                                                       and are recruited by owners and managers of
           Culinary Arts                               well-known facilities throughout the country.

             Institute                                 PRoGRams
                                                       An Associate in Applied Science Degree in
Director: Peter sproul                                 Culinary Arts is offered. A Bachelor of Science
   Office: CL 104                                      Degree in Technology Management is available
   Telephone: 801-863-6764                             for students seeking a four-year degree. A
                                                       Bachelor of Science Degree in Hospitality
administrative support:                                Management with a Food and Beverage
                                                       specialization is also available through the School
   Marsha Peterson                                     of Business. See the appropriate sections of the
     Office: CL 102                                    UVU catalog for required courses and details.
     Telephone: 801-863-6825                           (See Graduation Requirements in catalog for
                                                       definitions.) Enrollment in the Culinary Arts
   Deanna Pitts                                        Institute is limited. Permission is required to enroll
     Office: CL 102                                    in cooking classes.
     Telephone: 801-863-8914
                                                       aas in culinary arts                           68 Credits
                                                       Matriculation Requirements:
faculty:                                                1 Completion of the following courses with a grade of
                                                          C- or better. CA 1160; CA 1490 (including ServSafe
   Associate Professor
                                                          certification); HM 1010; MAT 0990; ENGH 0990.
      Diana Fallis                                      2 Acceptance into the Culinary Arts Institute by
      Troy Wilson                                         completion of application process (see Advisor for
                                                          specific details).
   Assistant Professor                                  3 Overall GPA: 2.0 or better.
      Franz X. Kubak                                   General Education Requirements:                16 Credits
      Todd Leonard                                     ENGLISH
                                                        • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                     3.0
      Peter Sproul                                     MATHEMATICS
      John P. Thomas                                    • ACC 2010   Financial Accounting                       3.0
   Instructor                                          HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE
                                                        • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values (or any approved          3.0
      Meghan Roddy                                                   Humanities/Fine Arts/Foreign
                                                                     Language)
                                                       SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
advisor:                                                • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior (or any             3.0
   Wendy Farnsworth                                                  approved Social and Behavioral
                                                                     Science.)
     Office: EC 007e and CL 103                        BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE
     Telephone: 801-863-6780                            • CA 1150    Nutrition and Food Service                 3.0
                                                       PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR
                                                       ENVIRONMENT
staff:                                                  • CA 1490    Food Service Sanitation (or PES            1.0
                                                                     1097, or HLTH 1100)
   Catering Manager: Cody Thatcher                     Discipline Core Requirements:                  52 Credits
     Office: EC 007d                                    •   CA 1120      Cooking Skills Development             4.5
     Telephone: 801-863-7054                            •   CA 1140      Professional Dining Room Services      1.0
                                                        •   CA 1160      Culinary Math                          1.0
                                                        •   CA 1170      Pastry and Baking Skills               4.5
advisory committee:                                     •   CA 1180      Professional Kitchen Garde Manger      4.5
                                                        •   CA 1230      Professional Kitchen I--Cooking        4.5
Jeffrey Kahn (Chairman),Brad Burton, Haley              •   CA 1260      Culinary Spanish                       1.0
Castle, Becky Cox, Jessica Larson, Cindy                •   CA 1310      Purchasing and Storeroom               3.0
Madsen, John McDonald, Jesse Petersen, Vicky                             Management
                                                        •   CA 1320      Culinary Management                    3.0
Reeves, Mark Shoup, Judy Sudweeks, Trisha               •   CA 2120      Professional Kitchen II--Restaurant    4.5
Whiting, Colleen Worthington.                           •   CA 2130      Advanced Pastry Baking                 4.5
                                                        •   CA 2450      Menu Design                            2.0
college of technology & computing                       •   CA 282R      Culinary Arts Internship (1.0)         8.0
                                                        •   HM 1010      Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3.0
   Dean: Ernest Carey                                   •   HM 3640      Food and Beverage Controls             3.0
     Office: CS 720                                    Graduation Requirements:
                                                        1 Completion of a minimum of 68 semester credits.
     Telephone: 801-863-8321
                                                        2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with no
                                                           grade below a “C-” in culinary arts or other discipline
                                                           core courses.
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                    3 Residency hours- minimum of 20 credit hours through
The Culinary Arts Institute at UVU offers premier          course attendance at UVU.
                                                       Note: Students are responsible for completing all
training in culinary arts for those students           prerequisite courses.
interested in cooking or creating foods in many
areas such as full-service restaurants; hotels;
private catering; personal chefs; airlines;
institutional facilities such as schools, hospitals,   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
and care facilities; as well as fast foods.            for detailed course information. This department
                                                       manages the following course prefixes:
The graduates of the Institute are in high demand
                                                       - CA, Culinary Arts

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                                                                                                                                                              Dance
                                                     and/or general education credit. The study of
                  Dance
                                                                                                                   • DANC 2340 Composition                               2.0
                                                     dance offers personal and cultural enrichment for             • DANC 265R Fundamentals of Movement                  2.0
                                                                                                                   • DANC 2670 Introduction to Laban Studies             2.0
                                                     majors and non-majors alike and allows students
                                                                                                                  Elective Requirements:                        4 Credits
                                                     to augment their physical skill as they study dance          Complete 4 credits from the following:                4.0
Department chair: nichole ortega                     in relationship to the self, society, and other arts          • DANC 1520 Folk Dance I (1.0)
  Office: GT 675m                                    and disciplines.                                              • DANC 1530 Folk Dance II (1.0)
                                                                                                                   • DANC 1540 Clogging I (1.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8610                                                                                          • DANC 1560 African Dance I (1.0)
                                                                                                                   • DANC 1580 Tap Dance I (1.0)
                                                     PeRfoRminG oPPoRtunities                                      • DANC 1620 Polynesian Dance I (1.0)
administrative support: elaine miner                                                                               • DANC 1700 American Social Dance I (1.0)
                                                     A variety of student, pre-professional and                    • DANC 1710 International Ballroom Dance I (1.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8610                                                                                          • DANC 1720 Latin Ballroom Dance I (1.0)
                                                     professional companies within the department
                                                                                                                   • DANC 1780 Country Western Dance I (1.0)
                                                     provide excellent local, national and international           • DANC 1790 Country Western Dance II (1.0)
faculty:                                             performing opportunities for dance majors.                    • DANC 221R Pointe II (1.0)
  Professor                                          Concerts are presented in formal and informal                 • DANC 2250 Character Dance I (1.0)
                                                     as well as, adjudicated settings. Membership in               • DANC 2260 Character Dance II (1.0)
    Kathie Debenham                                                                                                • DANC 227R Ballet Technique II (3.0)
  Associate Professor                                companies is by audition only.                                • DANC 243R Modern Dance Technique and
    Angela Banchero-Kelleher                                                                                                        Theory II (3.0)
                                                                                                                   • DANC 244R Modern Dance Technique and
    Mark Borchelt                                                                                                                   Theory II (3.0)
    Amy Markgraf-Jacobson                            caReeR oPtions                                                • DANC 247R Repertory (1.0)
                                                                                                                   • DANC 250R Advanced Jazz Dance (2.0)
    Nichole Ortega                                   Those trained in dance find careers as public                 • DANC 2560 African Dance II (1.0)
    Kim Strunk                                       and private school teachers, college and                      • DANC 2700 American Social Dance II (1.0)
    Doris Trujillo                                   university educators (requires graduate degree),              • DANC 2710 International Ballroom Dance II (1.0)
                                                     professional performers and choreographers,                   • DANC 2720 Latin Ballroom Dance II (1.0)
  Assistant Professor                                                                                              • DANC 276R Ballroom Dance Company Back-Up
    Christopher Witt                                 dance historians and critics, administrators,                                  Team (1.0)
                                                     dance therapists, professionals in the field of               • DANC 327R Ballet Technique III (3.0)
  Lecturer
                                                     somatics, researchers, notators, movement                     • DANC 346R Modern Dance Performance (3.0)
    Shayla Bott                                      analysts, private studio owners, and health and               • DANC 370R American Social Dance III (1.0)
    Monica Campbell                                  fitness consultants.                                          • DANC 371R International Ballroom Dance III (1.0)
                                                                                                                   • DANC 372R Latin Ballroom Dance III (1.0)
    Jacqueline Colledge                                                                                            • DANC 376R Ballroom Dance Company Reserve
                                                     as Pre-major in Dance                       62 Credits                         Tour Team (2.0)
                                                                                                                   • DANC 429R Utah Regional Ballet Repertory (3.0)
school of the arts                                   General Education Requirements:             35 Credits        • DANC 476R Ballroom Dance Company Tour
                                                      • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
  Dean: K. Newell Dayley                              • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
                                                                                                                                    Team (3.0)
                                                                                                                  Graduation Requirements:
    Office: GT 605a                                                     Social Sciences                            1 Completion of a minimum of 62 semester credits.
    Telephone: 801-863-6820                           or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and               2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                        Technology (3.0)                             (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                     Complete one of the following:                         3.0    3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
  Associate Dean: Steven Bule                         • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning                             course attendance at UVU.
                                                                        (recommended for Humanities or
    Office: GT 605b                                                                                                4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                        Arts majors) (3.0)
    Telephone: 801-863-8627                                                                                          requirements.
                                                      • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
                                                                        (recommended for Social Science
                                                                        majors) (3.0)
mission statement                                     • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                bs in Dance with an
                                                                        Business, Education, Science, and         emphasis in ballroom Dance 120 Credits
The mission of Utah Valley University Department                        Health Professions majors) (4.0)          Matriculation Requirements:
of Dance is to foster academic and artistic          Complete one of the following:                         3.0    1 Completion of DANC 2700, DANC 2710, DANC 2720,
excellence through an intensive technical and         • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           DANC 2110, and DANC 2330 with a grade of B- or
                                                     and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                  better.
reflective study of dance. Anchored in a common       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      2 Pass audition, interview, and portfolio review with
core curriculum with several areas of emphasis,       • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                    faculty members.
our program provides a rich and stimulating           • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          3 Cumulative G.P.A. of 2.75 or higher.
environment where students cultivate their            • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)              General Education Requirements:             35 Credits
                                                     Complete the following:                                       • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
technical, aesthetic, creative, and scholarly         • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
potential. We value superior teaching which           • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                                 Social Sciences
promotes dance as an artistic and cultural            or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
expression that has the power to enrich and          Distribution Courses                                                            Technology (3.0)
                                                      • Biology (BIOL 1010 recommended)                     3.0   Choose one of the following:                           3.0
transform the individual, community, and society.     • Physical Science                                    3.0    • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
                                                      • Additional Biology or Physical Science (ZOOL        3.0    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
                                                         2010 recommended)                                         • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
                                                      • Humanities Distribution                             3.0   Choose one of the following:                           3.0
PRoGRams                                              • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance                      3.0    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
Students interested in pursuing a degree in           • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:               23 Credits        • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
dance can choose from the following degree            • DANC 1160 Music for Dancers                         1.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
paths: AS Pre-Major in Dance, BFA in Dance            • DANC 127R Ballet Technique I (2 semesters)          6.0    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
with an emphasis in Ballet or Modern Dance, BS                    (3.0)                                            • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
in Dance with an emphasis in Ballroom Dance,          • DANC 1330 Studio Workshop--Creative                 1.0   Complete the following:
                                                                  Process in Dance                                 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
and BS in Dance Education. The Department             • DANC 143R Modern Dance Technique and                3.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness              2.0
also offers a Ballet, Ballroom or Modern Dance                    Theory I                                         or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
emphasis in Integrated Studies. In addition           • DANC 144R Modern Dance Technique and                3.0   Distribution Courses
to career training, the Department of Dance                       Theory I                                         • BIOL 1010 General Biology (strongly                 3.0
                                                      • DANC 1510 Intermediate Jazz Dance                   1.0                      recommended for Biology
provides opportunities for all interested students    • DANC 1610 Dance Conditioning                        1.0                      Distribution course)
to explore the many forms of dance as elective        • DANC 2330 Improvisation                             1.0    • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance (Fine Arts)          3.0


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Dance
 •    Humanities Distribution                             3.0    4 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through          • DANC 3400 Dance in the Elementary School              2.0
 •    Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0      course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours             • DANC 341R Modern Dance Technique and                  3.0
 •    Physical Science                                    3.0      earned in the last 45 hours.                                                 Theory III
 •    ZOOL 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy             3.0    5 Completion of GE and specified departmental                  • DANC 342R Modern Dance Technique and                  3.0
                    and Physiology (Fulfills additional            requirements.                                                                Theory III
                    Biology or Physical Science)                 6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                • DANC 3450 Modern Dance Teaching Methods               3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:                    40 Credits        Intercultural course.                                        • DANC 346R Modern Dance Performance                    3.0
 •    DANC 1160     Music for Dancers                     1.0                                                                   • DANC 356G World Dance Forms                           3.0
 •    DANC 127R     Ballet Technique I (3.0)              6.0                                                                   • DANC 3630 Dance History                               3.0
 or   DANC 227R     Ballet Technique II (3.0)                   bs in Dance education                         125 Credits       • DANC 3680 Dance Kinesiology                           4.0
 •    DANC 143R     Modern Dance Technique and            3.0   Matriculation Requirements:                                     • DANC 4360 Senior Capstone II                          2.0
                    Theory I                                    Dance Department matriculation requirements:                    • DANC 4430 Dance Teaching Practicum                    3.0
 • DANC 144R        Modern Dance Technique and            3.0    1 Completion of DANC 1160, DANC 143R, DANC 144R,              Education Courses:
                    Theory I                                        DANC 1610, and DANC 2330 with B- or higher.                 • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                      3.0
 •    DANC 1510     Intermediate Jazz Dance               1.0    2 Pass audition, interview, and portfolio review with          • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education           2.0
 or   DANC 250R     Advanced Jazz Dance (2.0)                       faculty members.                                            • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                         2.0
 •    DANC 1610     Dance Conditioning                    1.0    3 Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.                            • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                     2.0
 •    DANC 2330     Improvisation                         1.0   Education Department matriculation requirements:                • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing            3.0
 •    DANC 2340     Composition                           2.0    1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)     • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL               3.0
 •    DANC 265R     Fundamentals of Movement              2.0       composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score    • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction            3.0
 •    DANC 2670     Introduction to Laban Studies         2.0       lower than 19.                                                              and Assessment
 •    DANC 3140     Dance Production and Lighting         2.0    2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                       • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)         10.0
 •    DANC 356G     World Dance Forms                     3.0    3 Completion of all General Education requirements and         • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                       2.0
 •    DANC 3630     Dance History                         3.0       required pre-professional education courses.               Graduation Requirements:
 •    DANC 3680     Dance Kinesiology                     4.0    4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education               1 Completion of a minimum of 125 semester credits.
 •    DANC 4350     Senior Capstone I                     1.0       Selection and Retention Committee.                          2 No grade lower than a C in required dance courses.
 •    DANC 4360     Senior Capstone II                    2.0    5 Pass criminal background check.                              3 Overall grade point average of 2.75 or above.
 •    DANC 4880     Current Issues in Dance               3.0   General Education Requirements:                35 Credits       4 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through
Emphasis Requirements:                           37 Credits      • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0      course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
 • DANC 2700 American Social Dance II                     1.0    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/              earned in the last 45 hours.
 • DANC 370R American Social Dance III ( two              2.0                      Social Sciences (3.0)                        5 Completion of GE and specified departmental
              semesters required) (1.0)                          or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and          3.0      requirements.
 • DANC 2710 International Ballroom Dance II              1.0                      Technology                                   6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 • DANC 371R International Ballroom Dance III (2          2.0   Complete one of the following:                           3.0      Intercultural course.
              semesters required) (1.0)                          • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
 • DANC 471R International Ballroom Dance IV (2           4.0                      (recommended for Humanities or
              semesters required) (2.0)                                            Arts majors) (3.0)                          bfa in Dance                                120 Credits
 • DANC 2720 Latin Ballroom Dance II                      1.0    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                        Matriculation Requirements:
 • DANC 372R Latin Ballroom Dance III (2                  2.0                      (recommended for Social Science              1 Completion DANC 2110, and DANC 2330 with B- or
              semesters required) (1.0)                                            majors) (3.0)                                  higher.
 • DANC 472R Latin Ballroom Dance IV (2                   4.0    • MATH 1050 College Algebra                                      •Ballet emphasis: Completion of DANC 227R (2
              semesters required) (2.0)                                            (recommended for Business,                     semesters), with a grade of B- or better.
 • DANC 3730 American Social Dance Teaching               2.0                      Education, Science, and Health                 •Modern emphasis: Completion of DANC 143R and
              Methods                                                              Professions majors) (4.0)                      DANC 144R with a B- or better.
 • DANC 4740 International Ballroom Dance                 3.0   Complete one of the following:                           3.0    2 Pass audition, interview, and portfolio review with
              Teaching Methods                                   • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                          faculty members.
 or DANC 4750 Latin Ballroom Dance Teaching                      • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           3 Cumulative G.P.A. of 2.75 or higher
              Methods (3.0)                                     and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                 General Education Requirements:              35 Credits
 • DANC 376R Ballroom Dance Company Reserve               4.0    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0
              Tour Team (2.0)                                    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/     3.0
 or DANC 476R Ballroom Dance Company Tour                        • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                   Social Sciences
              Team (3.0)                                        Complete the following:                                         or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
 • DANC 3610 Intermediate Dance Conditioning              2.0    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0                      Technology (3.0)
              and Injury Prevention                              • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                Choose one of the following:                             3.0
 • MGMT 1010 Introduction to Business                     3.0    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0    • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
 • PES 2300   Introduction to Fundamentals of             2.0   Distribution Courses:                                           • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
              Athletic Coaching                                  • BIOL 1010 General Biology (Strongly                   3.0    • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
 • DANC 3740 Ballroom Dance Choreography                  2.0                      recommended)                                Choose one of the following:                             3.0
 • DANC 3750 Studies in Ballroom Dance Styles             2.0    • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance (Fine Arts)            3.0    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                    8 Credits     • Humanities                                            3.0   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
Choose 8 hours from the following:                 8.0           • Physical Science                                      3.0    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • DANC 1560 African Dance I (1.0)                               • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
 • DANC 222R Ballet Technique and Theory II for                  • ZOOL 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy and           3.0    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                  Men (1.0)                                                        Physiology (Strongly recommended             • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 • DANC 227R Ballet Technique II (3.0)                                             for additional Biology or Physical          Complete the following:
 • DANC 3400 Dance in the Elementary School (2.0)                                  Science) (3.0)                               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
 • DANC 376R Ballroom Dance Company Reserve                     Discipline Core Requirements:                  90 Credits       • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                2.0
                  Tour Team (2.0)                                •    DANC 1160    Music for Dancers                     1.0    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
 or DANC 476R Ballroom Dance Company Tour                        •    DANC 127R    Ballet Technique I (3.0)                    Distribution Courses
                  Team (3.0)                                     or   DANC 227R    Ballet Technique II                   3.0    • BIOL 1010 General Biology (strongly                   3.0
 • DANC 365R Advanced Fundamentals of                            •    DANC 143R    Modern Dance Technique and            3.0                      recommended for Biology
                  Movement (2.0)                                                   Theory I                                                       distribution)
 • DANC 4740 International Ballroom Dance                        • DANC 144R       Modern Dance Technique and            3.0    • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance (Fine Arts)            3.0
                  Teaching Methods (3.0)                                           Theory I                                     • Humanities Distribution                               3.0
 or DANC 4750 Latin Ballroom Dance Teaching                      •    DANC 1610    Dance Conditioning                    1.0    • Physical Science                                      3.0
                  Methods (3.0)                                  •    DANC 2330    Improvisation                         1.0    • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0
 • EXSC 3700 Exercise Physiology (3.0)                           •    DANC 2340    Composition                           2.0    • ZOOL 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy and           3.0
and EXSC 3705 Exercise Physiology Laboratory (1.0)               •    DANC 243R    Modern Dance Technique and            3.0                      Physiology
 • MGMT 1600 Fundamentals of Marketing (3.0)                                       Theory II                                   Discipline Core Requirements:                40 Credits
 • PES 1010       Aerobics I (1.0)                               • DANC 244R       Modern Dance Technique and            3.0    •           Music for Dancers
                                                                                                                                     DANC 1160                                          1.0
 • PES 1085       Weight Training I (1.0)                                          Theory II                                    •           Ballet Technique I (3.0)
                                                                                                                                     DANC 127R                                          6.0
 • THEA 4213 Costume Design I (3.0)                              •    DANC 265R    Fundamentals of Movement              2.0    or          Ballet Technique II (3.0)
                                                                                                                                     DANC 227R
Graduation Requirements:                                         or   DANC 2670    Introduction to Laban Studies (2.0)          •           Modern Dance Technique and
                                                                                                                                     DANC 143R                                          3.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits; a            •    DANC 2700    American Social Dance II              1.0                Theory I
   minimum of 40 credits must be upper division.                 •    DANC 3140    Dance Production and Lighting         2.0    • DANC 144R Modern Dance Technique and                  3.0
 2 No grade lower than a C in required dance courses.            •    DANC 3160    Dance Accompaniment                   2.0                Theory I
 3 Overall grade point average of 2.75 or above.                 •    DANC 3330    Modern Dance Workshop                 2.0    • DANC 1510 Intermediate Jazz Dance                     1.0
                                                                 •    DANC 3350    Choreography                          2.0


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 or DANC 250R Advanced Jazz Dance (2.0)                      • DANC 3450 Modern Dance Teaching Methods              3.0    • DANC 476R Ballroom Dance Company Tour
 • DANC 1610 Dance Conditioning                       1.0    • DANC 346R Modern Dance Performance                   3.0                Team (3.0)
 • DANC 2330 Improvisation                            1.0    • DANC 365R Advanced Fundamentals of                   2.0
 • DANC 2340 Composition                              2.0                 Movement
 • DANC 265R Fundamentals of Movement                 2.0    or DANC 3670 Movement Analysis (3.0)                         emphasis in modern Dance                   20 credits
 • DANC 2670 Introduction to Laban Studies            2.0    • DANC 441R Modern Dance Technique and                 3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                    20 Credits
 • DANC 3140 Dance Production and Lighting            2.0                 Theory IV                                       Prerequisites:
 • DANC 356G World Dance Forms                        3.0    • DANC 442R Modern Dance Technique and                 3.0    • DANC 1330 Studio Workshop--Creative
 • DANC 3630 Dance History                            3.0                 Theory IV                                                         Process in Dance (1.0)
 • DANC 3680 Dance Kinesiology                        4.0   Emphasis Elective Requirements:                11 Credits      • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance (3.0)
 • DANC 4350 Senior Capstone I                        1.0   Choose 11 credits from the following list:        11.0         • DANC 2670 Introduction to Laban Studies (2.0)
 • DANC 4360 Senior Capstone II                       2.0    • DANC 1580 Tap Dance I (1.0)                                Complete the following:
 • DANC 4880 Current Issues in Dance                  3.0    • DANC 1600 Hip-Hop II (1.0)                                  • DANC 2340 Composition                            2.0
Emphasis:                                                    • DANC 1700 American Social Dance I (1.0)                     • DANC 356G World Dance Forms                      3.0
Complete one of the following:                               • DANC 1710 International Ballroom Dance I (1.0)              • DANC 3630 Dance History                          3.0
 • Ballet Emphasis                                 45.0      • DANC 1720 Latin Ballroom Dance I (1.0)                      • DANC 3670 Movement Analysis                      3.0
 • Modern Dance Emphasis                           45.0      • DANC 2560 African Dance II (1.0)                            • DANC 4880 Current Issues in Dance                3.0
Graduation Requirements:                                     • DANC 327R Ballet Technique III (3.0)                       Complete 6 credits from the following classes:      6.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits; a        • DANC 3610 Intermediate Dance Conditioning                   • DANC 143R Modern Dance Technique and
   minimum of 40 credits must be upper division.                              and Injury Prevention (2.0)                                   Theory I (3.0)
 2 No grade lower than a C in required dance courses.        • DANC 365R Advanced Fundamentals of                          • DANC 144R Modern Dance Technique and
 3 Overall grade point average of 2.75 or above.                              Movement (2.0)                                                Theory I (3.0)
 4 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through       • DANC 3670 Movement Analysis (3.0)                           • DANC 243R Modern Dance Technique and
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours          • DANC 442R Modern Dance Technique and                                         Theory II (3.0)
   earned in the last 45 hours.                                               Theory IV (3.0)                              • DANC 244R Modern Dance Technique and
 5 Completion of GE and specified departmental               • DANC 446R Contemporary Dance Ensemble (3.0)                                  Theory II (3.0)
   requirements.                                             • Any DANC course not previously taken                        • DANC 341R Modern Dance Technique and
 6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                                                                                            Theory III (3.0)
   Intercultural course.                                                                                                   • DANC 342R Modern Dance Technique and
                                                            ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits                                         Theory III (3.0)
                                                            The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see    • DANC 441R Modern Dance Technique and
emphasis in ballet                          45 credits      the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete                     Theory IV (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                     32 Credits       degree requirement listings.)                                  • DANC 442R Modern Dance Technique and
 • DANC 221R Pointe II (2 semesters required)         2.0                                                                                   Theory IV (3.0)
              (1.0)
 or DANC 222R Ballet Technique and Theory II for
                                                            emphasis in ballet                             20 credits
              Men (2 semesters required) (1.0)              Emphasis Requirements:                        20 Credits
                                                            Prerequisites:
 • DANC 2250 Character Dance I                        1.0
                                                             • DANC 1330 Studio Workshop--Creative
                                                                                                                          See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 • DANC 2260 Character Dance II                       1.0                                                                 for detailed course information. This department
 • DANC 3150 Music for Ballet Dancers                 2.0                     Process in Dance (1.0)
 • DANC 321R Pointe III (2 semesters required)        2.0    • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance (3.0)                       manages the following course prefixes:
              (1.0)                                          • DANC 2670 Introduction to Laban Studies (2.0)
 or DANC 322R Ballet Technique and Theory III for            • DANC 3560 World Dance Forms (2.0)                          - DANC, Dance
              Men (2 semesters required) (1.0)              Complete the following:
 • DANC 327R Ballet Technique III (2 semesters        6.0    • DANC 2340 Composition                                2.0
              required) (3.0)                                • DANC 356G World Dance Forms                          3.0
 • DANC 421R Pointe IV (2 semesters required)         2.0    • DANC 3630 Dance History                              3.0
              (1.0)                                          • DANC 3670 Movement Analysis                          3.0
 or DANC 423R Pointe V (2 semesters required) (1.0)          • DANC 4880 Current Issues in Dance                    3.0
 • DANC 424R Pas de deux (2 semesters required)       2.0   Complete 6 credits from the following classes:          6.0
              (1.0)                                          • DANC 227R Ballet Technique II (3.0)
 • DANC 425R Repertory Ensemble (2 semesters          6.0    • DANC 327R Ballet Technique III (3.0)
              required total) (3.0)                          • DANC 427R Ballet Technique IV (3.0)
 or DANC 429R Utah Regional Ballet Repertory (2              • DANC 428R Ballet Technique V (3.0)
              semesters required total) (3.0)
 • DANC 3340 Ballet Choreography                      2.0
 • DANC 427R Ballet Technique IV (2 semesters         6.0
                                                            emphasis in ballroom Dance                     20 credits
              required total) (3.0)                         Emphasis Requirements:                        20 Credits
 or DANC 428R Ballet Technique V (2 semesters               Prerequisites (see advisor):
              required total) (3.0)                          • DANC 1330 Studio Workshop--Creative
                                                                               Process in Dance (1.0)
Emphasis Elective Requirements:             13 Credits
                                                             • DANC 2110 Orientation to Dance (3.0)
Choose 13 hours from the following:               13.0
                                                             • DANC 2670 Introduction to Laban Studies (2.0)
 • DANC 1700 American Social Dance I (1.0)
                                                            Complete the following:
 • DANC 1710 International Ballroom Dance I (1.0)
                                                             • DANC 2340 Composition                                2.0
 • DANC 3610 Intermediate Dance Conditioning
                                                             • DANC 356G World Dance Forms                          3.0
                  and Injury Prevention (2.0)
                                                             • DANC 3630 Dance History                              3.0
 • DANC 365R Advanced Fundamentals of
                                                             • DANC 3670 Movement Analysis                          3.0
                  Movement (2.0)
                                                             • DANC 4880 Current Issues in Dance                    3.0
 • DANC 3670 Movement Analysis (3.0)
                                                            Complete 6 credits from the following classes:          6.0
 • DANC 429R Utah Regional Ballet Repertory (3.0)
                                                             • DANC 1700 American Social Dance I (1.0)
 • THEA 1033 Fundamentals of Acting I (3.0)
                                                             • DANC 1710 International Ballroom Dance I (1.0)
 • Any DANC course not previously taken.
                                                             • DANC 1720 Latin Ballroom Dance I (1.0)
                                                             • DANC 2700 American Social Dance II (1.0)
emphasis in modern Dance                  45 Credits         • DANC 2710 International Ballroom Dance II (1.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                     34 Credits        • DANC 2720 Latin Ballroom Dance II (1.0)
 • DANC 243R Modern Dance Technique and               3.0    • DANC 370R American Social Dance III (1.0)
             Theory II                                       • DANC 371R International Ballroom Dance III (1.0)
 • DANC 244R Modern Dance Technique and               3.0    • DANC 372R Latin Ballroom Dance III (1.0)
             Theory II                                       • DANC 3730 American Social Dance Teaching
 • DANC 3160 Dance Accompaniment                      2.0                      Methods (2.0)
 • DANC 3330 Modern Dance Workshop                    2.0    • DANC 376R Ballroom Dance Company Reserve
 • DANC 3350 Choreography                             2.0                      Tour Team (2.0)
 • DANC 3400 Dance in the Elementary School           2.0    • DANC 4740 International Ballroom Dance
 • DANC 341R Modern Dance Technique and               3.0                      Teaching Methods (3.0)
             Theory III                                      • DANC 4750 Latin Ballroom Dance Teaching
 • DANC 342R Modern Dance Technique and               3.0                      Methods (3.0)
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Dental Hygiene
                                                                                                            require of their employees. These requirements
         Dental Hygiene                               transfer of credits
                                                      For information regarding the transfer of
                                                                                                            must be met prior to enrollment in Dental Hygiene
                                                                                                            1010:
                                                      credits from other institutions of higher learning
                                                      for general education and required courses            1. Documentation of current immunization
Department chair: George Veit                         other than Dental Hygiene, please contact                for Tetanus, Measles, Mumps, Rubella,
  Office: HP 142d                                     the Graduation and Transfer Services office              and Hepatitis B. Students may refuse any
  Telephone: 801-863-7536                             (AD 114, telephone 863-8438). For Dental                 immunization by signing a waiver and release
  E-mail: veitge@uvu.edu                              Hygiene courses, contact the Department of               from liability. Immunization may also be
                                                      Dental Hygiene after you have been notified of           waived with documentation of acceptable titer
                                                      acceptance into the AAS program.                         or written documentation from a physician of
administrative support: joyce henderson
                                                                                                               immunization risk.
  Office: HP 142
  Telephone: 801-863-7536                             caReeR oPPoRtunities                                  2. Negative Mantoux for tuberculosis; negative
  E-mail: henderjo@uvu.edu                                                                                     chest x-ray if Mantoux is contra indicated/
                                                      Dental hygienists, under the supervision of
                                                      licensed dentists, provide preventive dental care        positive.
faculty:                                              to patients such as dental prophylaxis, topical
  Associate Professor                                 fluoride applications, pit and fissure sealants,      Current CPR certification (American Heart
    Kristen Mecham                                    administration of local anesthetics, dental           Association CPR for Health Care Providers,
    Christina Veit                                    radiographs and teaching patients plaque control      American Red Cross Health Care Provider,
                                                      procedures. Dental hygienists work in private         or National Safety Council); certification must
    George Veit
                                                      dental practices as well as in school systems,        remain current throughout academic program.
  Assistant Professor                                                                                       Students will have professional liability insurance
                                                      public health agencies, Federal and State
    Dianne Knight                                     agencies, hospitals, nursing homes, the World         through UVU’s comprehensive liability insurance
                                                      Health Organization, and foreign governments.         policy. This liability insurance is in effect when
advisor:                                                                                                    students are performing within the scope of their
  George Veit                                                                                               assigned clinical/laboratory activities and under
                                                      PRoGRam oVeRVieW                                      the supervision of Department of Dental Hygiene
    (listed above)
                                                                                                            faculty and supervising dentists.
                                                      admission to uVu does not constitute
staff:                                                admission to the Dental hygiene Program.              The Department of Dental Hygiene adheres to
  Clinic Secretary: Linda Anderson                    admission to the Dental hygiene Program               UVU policy allowing students, staff or faculty with
                                                      requires a separate and competitive                   AIDS, ARC, or HIV to participate in all phases of
                                                      admission process.                                    College life within established College policies.
advisory committee:                                                                                         The Department will respect the confidentiality of
Melinda Tate RDH, Karen Preston RDH, Christina                                                              individuals with AIDS, ARC, or HIV insofar as the
Veit RDH, Alexander Larsen DDS, George Veit           The Dental Hygiene department currently offers        safety of others is not in question. College policy
DDS MS, Kristen Kinateder BS, Sam Rushforth,          two programs leading to the following degrees:        is not to test students, faculty or staff for the AIDS
Ph.D, Rella Christensen RDH, Ph.D., George            1) an Associate in Applied Science in Dental          virus. See Policy A-9.1 for full college policy.
Bailey DDS, Dee Webb, RDH, John Gerhauser             Hygiene and 2) a Bachelor of Science in Dental        State Licensure requirements may consider
RDH.                                                  Hygiene. Upon successful completion of the            health status. Applicants with questions regarding
                                                      AAS program, graduates must pass national,            Licensure policies should contact the licensing
college of science & health                           regional and state board examinations to apply        division of the state(s) in which they intend to seek
  Dean: Sam Rushforth                                 for licensure.                                        Licensure following graduation.
    Office: SB 241
                                                      Applicants to AAS program who have questions          Costs for the AAS Dental Hygiene program
    Telephone: 801-863-8980                           about their potential for licensure in a particular   include a $2,675 program fee per semester
                                                      state should contact that state’s board of dental     for 4 semesters, in addition to UVU tuition and
aDmission ReQuiRements                                hygiene. One important prerequisite to entering       laboratory fees (these costs are subject to
                                                      the bachelor program is an associate level degree     change). Students are required to purchase their
admission to uVu does not constitute                  in dental hygiene from an accredited school in the    own dental instruments, some clinical supplies,
admission to any of the Dental hygiene                United States. The associate level degree must        and uniforms. Students are responsible for
Programs. admission to the Dental                     be transferable to the USHE higher education          transportation to the Health Professions building
hygiene Program requires a separate and               system.                                               and other clinical sites, as well as other field
competitive admission process.                                                                              experiences and any state, regional or national
                                                      The AAS Dental Hygiene Program at UVU has             boards and licensing.
                                                      been granted accreditation status of “approval
For specific admission criteria, please contact the
                                                      without reporting requirements” (resulting from       The AAS Dental Hygiene program is challenging
Department of Dental Hygiene at 801-863-7536
                                                      their recent site visit in 2007), by the Commission   academically and in the amount of time involved
or e-mail request for information to henderjo@
                                                      on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental        on campus and at clinical experiences. Students
uvu.edu or see our departmental website www.
                                                      Association, (211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL        should plan for some evening and weekend
uvu.edu/csh/dental.
                                                      60611, 312-440-4653).                                 clinical experiences in dental hygiene courses.
All applicants will be notified by mail of their                                                            Students will provide patient care in a clinical
admission status. No telephone or in-person                                                                 setting. While volunteer patients come to the
requests for admission status will be answered.       PRoGRam infoRmation                                   clinic for treatment, students should seek patients
Students not admitted for the semester of                                                                   for some clinical experiences, and are ultimately
                                                      Students are required to follow departmental
application must reapply for the next application                                                           responsible for obtaining their clinical patients.
                                                      infection control policies and procedures that
period and compete with the new pool for              are based on OSHA regulations and CDC
admission. There is no waiting list for either                                                              The BS Dental Hygiene program does not entail
                                                      recommendations. They must meet the health            a special fee.
program.                                              and safety requirements participating facilities


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Students in either the AAS or BS program will                 General Education Requirements:               38 Credits        emphasis in business                              12 credits
be informed of additional departmental policies                • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                           12 Credits
following admission to the program.                            • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/      3.0    •   MKTG 3600      Principles of Marketing                 3.0
                                                                                 Social Sciences                               •   MGMT 3000      Organizational Behavior                 3.0
                                                               or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                  •   MGMT 3170      Entrepreneurship                        3.0
                                                                                 Technology (3.0)                              •   MGMT 3210      Convention and Events                   3.0
DeGRee                                                         • MATH 1050 College Algebra                              4.0                       Management
                                                              Complete one of the following:                            3.0
The Department of Dental Hygiene reserves the                  • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                               • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           emphasis in education                             12 credits
right to modify the curriculum as needed to meet               • HIST 2710       US History since 1877 (3.0)                  Emphasis Requirements:                           12 Credits
accreditation requirements and changes in the                  • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                     • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                         3.0
profession.                                                    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                             • HLTH 4200 Health Education Teaching                      3.0
                                                               • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                    Methods
the following degree requirements are valid                   Complete the following:                                          • SOC 3430        Sociology of Education                   3.0
                                                               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values (3.0)                             • Complete an additional 3 credits from any 3000           3.0
only for students accepted into the Dental                     • PHIL 205G Ethics and Values (strongly                  3.0      level or higher course. See advisor for a list of
hygiene Program fall 2012. Contact the                                           suggested)                                      recommended courses.
Dental Hygiene department advisor for fall 2012                • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
requirements.                                                  or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                       2.0
                                                              Distribution Courses:                                           emphasis in integrative Practice                  12 credits
                                                               • BIOL 1010 General Biology (fulfills Biology)           3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                           12 Credits
aas in Dental hygiene                         81 Credits       • CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry for the                 4.0    • DENT 3100         Office and Private Practice for the    3.0
Matriculation Requirements:                                                      Health Sciences (fulfills Physical                                Dental Hygienist
 1 Complete MATH 1050, ENGL 1010, CHEM 1110, ZOOL                                Science)                                      •   DENT 360G Intercultural Dental Education               3.0
   2320/ZOOL 2325 and ZOOL 2420/ZOOL 2425.                     • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy (fulfills additional           3.0    •   DENT 406G Global Community Health Project
General Education Requirements:               20 Credits                         Biology or Physical Science)                                      (3.0)
ENGLISH                                                       and ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory                    1.0   or   DENT 489R Undergraduate Research in Dental             3.0
 • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                   3.0     • Fine Arts                                              3.0                        Hygiene
MATHEMATICS                                                    • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech                       3.0    •   Complete an additional 3 credits from any 3000         3.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                           4.0                       Communication (fulfills Humanities)               level or higher course. See advisor for a list of
HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE                          • SOC 1010        Introduction to Sociology (fulfills    3.0        recommended courses.
 • PHIL 205G Ethics and Values (strongly               3.0                       Social/Behavioral Science)
              suggested)                                       or SOC 1020       Modern Social Problems (3.0)
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE                                 Discipline Core Requirements:                 70 Credits        emphasis in Public health                         12 credits
 • SOC 1010   Introduction to Sociology                3.0    Complete the following:                                         Emphasis Requirements:                           12 Credits
 or SOC 1020  Modern Social Problems (3.0)                     • DENT 1010 Dental Hygiene I                             2.0    •   HLTH 3200      Principles of Community Health          3.0
BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE                                    • DENT 1015 Dental Hygiene I Preclinical lab             2.0    •   HLTH 3260      Modifying Health Behavior               3.0
 • MICR 2060 Microbiology for Health Professions       3.0     • DENT 1020 Oral Anatomy and Physiology                  4.0    •   HLTH 3800      Epidemiology                            3.0
 • MICR 2065 Microbiology for Health Professions       1.0     • DENT 1030 Dental Materials                             2.0    •   HLTH 4300      Community Health Ethics                 3.0
              Laboratory                                       • DENT 1040 Dental Hygiene II                            3.0
PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR                            • DENT 1045 Dental Hygiene II Clinical                   3.0
ENVIRONMENT                                                    • DENT 1050 Clinical Dental Radiography                  1.0
 • NUTR 1020 Foundations of Human Nutrition            3.0     • DENT 1055 Clinical Dental Radiography Lab              1.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
Discipline Core Requirements:                 61 Credits       • DENT 1060 General and Oral Pathology                   3.0   for detailed course information. This department
Complete the following:                                        • DENT 2020 Dental Pharmacology                          3.0
                                                               • DENT 2060 Community Dental Hygiene                     3.0   manages the following course prefixes:
 • DENT 1010 Dental Hygiene I                          2.0
 • DENT 1015 Dental Hygiene I Preclinical lab          2.0     • DENT 3010 Dental Hygiene III                           2.0
 • DENT 1020 Oral Anatomy and Physiology               4.0     • DENT 3015 Dental Hygiene III Clinical                  4.0   - DENT, Dental Hygiene
 • DENT 1030 Dental Materials                          2.0     • DENT 3030 Periodontology                               3.0
 • DENT 1040 Dental Hygiene II                         3.0     • DENT 3040 Dental Hygiene IV                            2.0
 • DENT 1045 Dental Hygiene II Clinical                3.0     • DENT 3045 Dental Hygiene IV Clinical                   4.0
 • DENT 1050 Clinical Dental Radiography               1.0     • DENT 3050 Dental Hygiene Seminar                       1.0
 • DENT 1055 Clinical Dental Radiography Lab           1.0     • DENT 3060 Advanced Dental Hygiene Public               3.0
 • DENT 1060 General and Oral Pathology                3.0                      Health
 • DENT 2020 Dental Pharmacology                       3.0     • DENT 3200 Teaching the Dental Hygiene                  2.0
 • DENT 2060 Community Dental Hygiene                  3.0                      Patient
 • DENT 3010 Dental Hygiene III                        2.0     • DENT 4200 Teaching the Dental Hygiene                  3.0
 • DENT 3015 Dental Hygiene III Clinical               4.0                      Student
 • DENT 3030 Periodontology                            3.0     • DENT 4300 Dental Hygiene Capstone                      1.0
 • DENT 3040 Dental Hygiene IV                         2.0     • DENT 481R Internship in Dental Hygiene (1.0)           4.0
 • DENT 3045 Dental Hygiene IV Clinical                4.0     • MICR 2060 Microbiology for Health Professions          3.0
 • DENT 3050 Dental Hygiene Seminar                    1.0     • MICR 2065 Microbiology for Health Professions          1.0
 • CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry for the              4.0                      Laboratory
                  Health Sciences                              • NUTR 1020 Foundations of Human Nutrition               3.0
 • COMM 1050 Introduction to Speech                    3.0     • PSY 1010       General Psychology                      3.0
                  Communication                                • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology                             3.0
 • PSY 1010       General Psychology                   3.0     • ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory                  1.0
 • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy                             3.0    Emphasis:
 • ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory                  1.0    Complete one of the following:
 • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology                          3.0     • Business                                              12.0
 • ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory               1.0     • Education                                             12.0
Graduation Requirements:                                       • Integrative Practice                                  12.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 81 semester credits              • Public Health                                         12.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.5 or above. All courses   Graduation Requirements:
   must have “C-” or higher.                                   1 Completion of a minimum of 120 credits semester
 3 Residency hours: minimum of 20 credit hours through           credits.
   course attendance at UVU.                                   2 Overall grade point average of 2.5 or above. All courses
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                   must have “C-” or higher.
   requirements                                                3 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through
                                                                 course attendance at UVU, with 10 hours earned during
                                                                 the last 45 hours.
bs in Dental hygiene                        120 Credits        4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
Matriculation Requirements:                                      requirements.
 1 Completion of an AA, AS, or AAS degree in dental            5 A minimum of 40 upper division credit hours.
   hygiene from an accredited program with department          6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
   permission                                                    Intercultural course.



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Diesel Mechanics Technology
                                                    Reminder: An overall grade point average of 2.0
    Diesel Mechanics
                                                                                                                      • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety       1.0
                                                    (C) or above is required for graduation.                            or Environment Course
                                                                                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:                 48 Credits

       Technology
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 1110     Diesel Engine Overhaul                 4.0
                                                    Certificate in Diesel                                             •   DMT 111L     Diesel Engine Overhaul Lab             2.0
                                                    mechanics technology                            32 Credits        •
                                                                                                                      •
                                                                                                                          DMT 1120
                                                                                                                          DMT 112L
                                                                                                                                       Diesel Engine Operation/Tune Up
                                                                                                                                       Diesel Engine Operation/Tune
                                                                                                                                                                              4.0
                                                                                                                                                                              2.0
                                                    Discipline Core Requirements:                   32 Credits
                                                     •   DMT 1110       Diesel Engine Overhaul                 4.0                     Up Lab
Department of automotive technology                  •   DMT 111L       Diesel Engine Overhaul Lab             2.0    • DMT 1510       Electrical Systems Theory              4.0
                                                     •   DMT 1120       Diesel Engine Operation/Tune Up        4.0    • DMT 151L       Electrical Systems Lab                 2.0
                                                     •   DMT 112L       Diesel Engine Operation/Tune           2.0    • DMT 1520       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     4.0
                                                                                                                                       Theory
Department chair: Don Wilson                                            Up Lab
                                                                                                                      • DMT 152L       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     2.0
                                                     •   DMT 1510       Electrical Systems Theory              4.0
  Office: SA 325                                     •   DMT 151L       Electrical Systems Lab                 2.0                     Lab
                                                                                                                      • DMT 2230       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8124                            •   DMT 1520       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     4.0
                                                                                                                                       and Refrigeration Theory
                                                                        Theory
                                                     •   DMT 152L       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     2.0    •   DMT 223L     Climate Control Lab                    1.0
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 2310     Fluid Power Theory                     4.0
administrative support: katreena Davis                                  Lab
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 231L     Fluid Power Lab                        2.0
                                                    •    MGMT 2200 Business Communication                      3.0
  Office: SA 325                                    •    AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics                3.0    •   DMT 2320     Fluid Power Transmission Theory        2.0
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 232L     Fluid Power Transmission Lab           1.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8349                           or   MAT 1000       Integrated Beginning and
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 2410     Chassis Theory                         4.0
                                                                        Intermediate Algebra (5.0)
                                                    or   Any higher MAT or MATH course                                •   DMT 241L     Chassis Lab                            2.0
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 2420     Power Trains Theory                    4.0
Program coordinator: Dean bohl                      •    Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or           2.0
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 242L     Power Trains Lab                       2.0
                                                         Political Science Distribution Course
  Office: SA 317c                                   Graduation Requirements:                                         Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                                                      1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits.
  Telephone: 801-863-8251 or 801-863-8349            1 Completion of a minimum of 32 semester credits.
                                                                                                                      2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                     2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                                                                        (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                       (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                                                                      3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
faculty:                                             3 Completion of specified departmental requirements.
                                                                                                                        course attendance at UVU.
                                                     4 Residency hours -- minimum of 10 credit hours through
  Associate Professor                                  course attendance at UVU.
                                                                                                                      4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                                                                        requirements.
    Kelvyn Blackhurst
    Dean Bohl
                                                    Diploma in Diesel                                                bs in
                                                    mechanics technology                            56 Credits       technology management:                       124 Credits
advisor:                                            Discipline Core Requirements:                   56 Credits       The following Technical Area is available (see the
                                                     •   DMT 1110       Diesel Engine Overhaul                 4.0
  Carrie Peterson                                    •   DMT 111L       Diesel Engine Overhaul Lab             2.0
                                                                                                                     Technology Management section of this catalog for
                                                                                                                     complete degree requirement listings.)
    Office: CS 635                                   •   DMT 1120       Diesel Engine Operation/Tune Up        4.0
    Telephone: 801-863-7454                          •   DMT 112L       Diesel Engine Operation/Tune           2.0
                                                                        Up Lab                                       emphasis in
                                                     •   DMT 1510       Electrical Systems Theory              4.0   Diesel mechanics technology                    48 credits
advisory committee:                                  •   DMT 151L       Electrical Systems Lab                 2.0   Emphasis Requirements:                        48 Credits
                                                     •   DMT 1520       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     4.0    •   DMT 1110     Diesel Engine Overhaul                 4.0
Ben Stacy, Rio Tinto; Brady Pullar, Lake City                           Theory                                        •   DMT 111L     Diesel Engine Overhaul Lab             2.0
International; Terry Pollock, Wheeler Machinery;     •   DMT 152L       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     2.0    •   DMT 1120     Diesel Engine Operation/Tune Up        4.0
Rick Garcia, UTA; Dave Anderson, Geneva Rock         •   DMT 2230       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0    •   DMT 112L     Diesel Engine Operation/Tune           2.0
Products; J.T. Collett, Payson High School Auto                         and Refrigeration Theory                                       Up Lab
                                                     •   DMT 223L       Climate Control Lab                    1.0    • DMT 1510       Electrical Systems Theory              4.0
Shop                                                 •   DMT 2310       Fluid Power Theory                     4.0    • DMT 151L       Electrical Systems Lab                 2.0
                                                     •   DMT 231L       Fluid Power Lab                        2.0    • DMT 1520       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     4.0
college of technology & computing                    •   DMT 2320       Fluid Power Transmission Theory        2.0                     Theory
                                                     •   DMT 232L       Fluid Power Transmission Lab           1.0    • DMT 152L       Engine Electronics and Diagnostics     2.0
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                 •   DMT 2410       Chassis Theory                         4.0    • DMT 2230       Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning   2.0
    Office: CS 720                                   •   DMT 241L       Chassis Lab                            2.0                     and Refrigeration Theory
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                          •   DMT 2420       Power Trains Theory                    4.0    •   DMT 223L     Climate Control Lab                    1.0
                                                     •   DMT 242L       Power Trains Lab                       2.0    •   DMT 2310     Fluid Power Theory                     4.0
                                                     •   MGMT 2200 Business Communication                      3.0    •   DMT 231L     Fluid Power Lab                        2.0
                                                     •   AUT 1260       Tech Math for Mechanics                3.0
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                 •   Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or           2.0
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 2320     Fluid Power Transmission Theory        2.0
                                                                                                                      •   DMT 232L     Fluid Power Transmission Lab           1.0
Diesel technology students may be hired as               Political Science Distribution Course                        •   DMT 2410     Chassis Theory                         4.0
                                                    Graduation Requirements:                                          •   DMT 241L     Chassis Lab                            2.0
mechanics working on engines, automatic              1 Completion of a minimum of 56 semester credits.                •   DMT 2420     Power Trains Theory                    4.0
transmissions, drive trains, electrical systems,     2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.               •   DMT 242L     Power Trains Lab                       2.0
suspension and steering, hydraulics, and air           (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
systems. They work on heavy equipment, farm          3 Completion of specified departmental requirements.
                                                     4 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
equipment, and on-highway trucks. Diesel               course attendance at UVU.
mechanics diagnose, repair, weld, and fine-tune                                                                      Due to the technical nature of the material in DMT
the working parts of buses, trucks, construction                                                                     courses, additional reading and math instruction
machinery, and generators. Students pursuing        aas in Diesel                                                    may be required. More information will be given
a Bachelor of Science degree in Technology          mechanics technology                            64 Credits       during advisement.
Management can expect opportunities as shop         General Education Requirements:                 16 Credits
                                                    • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                         3.0
managers, service writers, equipment managers,      • AUT 1260        Tech Math for Mechanics                  3.0
fleet managers and product development.             or MAT 1000       Integrated Beginning and                       See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                                                                      Intermediate Algebra (5.0)                     for detailed course information. This department
                                                    or Any higher MAT or MATH course
                                                    • Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign           3.0   manages the following course prefixes:
PRoGRams                                               Language Distribution Course
                                                    • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or              3.0   - AUT, Auto Mechanics
Four options are available: One-year Certificate,      Political Science Distribution Course                         - CRT, Collision Repair Technology
Diploma, and Associate in Applied Science           • Any approved Biology or Physical Science                 3.0   - DMT, Diesel Mechanics
Degree, and the Bachelor of Science in                 Distribution Course
Technology Management Degree.

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                                                                                                                                               Digital Media
                                                      Media also houses the Administrative Information       or Digital Communication Technology, an
         Digital Media                                Management programs and the Business                   Associate in Science in Administrative Information
                                                      Education Certification program.                       Management, a Bachelor of Science in Digital
                                                                                                             Media, or a Bachelor of Science in Business/
  Office: CS 526                                      Students in Digital Media may earn either an           Marketing Education.
  Telephone: 801-863-6283                             Associate degree or a Bachelor of Science
                                                      degree. Areas of emphasis include:                     For a program listing for Administrative
                                                                                                             Information Management see the Administrative
Department chair: thor anderson                       • Administrative Information Management                Information Management section of the catalog.
  Office: CS 526f                                     • Audio Production
  Telephone: 801-863-6138                                                                                    For a program listing for Business/Marketing
                                                      • Digital Communication Technology                     Education see the Business/Marketing Education
  E-mail: thor.anderson@uvu.edu
                                                      • Digital Motion Picture Production                    section of the catalog.
                                                      • Gaming and Animation
administrative support: Gloria schneider
                                                      • Internet Technologies                                aas in Digital
  Office: CS 526                                                                                             communication technology                      64 Credits
                                                      • Project and Information Management
  Telephone: 801-863-8485                                                                                    General Education Requirements:                17 Credits
                                                                                                             ENGLISH
                                                                                                              • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                   3.0
faculty:                                              bacheloR aDmittance                                    MATHEMATICS
  Professor                                           ReQuiRements                                            • MAT 1010        Intermediate Algebra                4.0
                                                                                                             HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE                  3.0
    Rodayne Esmay                                     Digital Media (DGM) requires all students               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values (highly
    Cynthia Krebs                                     seeking a bachelor’s degree to meet or exceed                             recommeded) (3.0)
                                                      certain criteria to be eligible for the program. All    or Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign
  Associate Professor                                                                                            Language Distribution Course
    Thor Anderson                                     sophomores and transfer students will need to          SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE                          3.0
    Jan Bentley                                       apply to the program by completing a Portfolio          • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social or
                                                      Review. Eligibility for the bachelor program               Political Science Distribution Course
    Trudy Christensen                                                                                        BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE                            3.0
                                                      requires that all students receive a B- (2.75) or
    Michael Harper                                    above in DGM courses. Additionally, this grade
                                                                                                              • Any approved Biology or Physical Science
    Dennis Lisonbee                                                                                              Distribution Course
                                                      threshold must be maintained throughout the            PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR                    1.0
    Robert Trim                                       bachelor degree program to remain in good              ENVIRONMENT
    Michael G. Wisland                                standing. Upper-division courses (3000 or 4000          • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                                                                              or Any approved PE, Safety or Health Distribution
  Assistant Professor                                 level) cannot be taken unless accepted into the            Course
    Kim Brown                                         bachelor program.                                      Discipline Core Requirements:                 23 Credits
    Arlen Card                                                                                               Complete the following:
                                                      Note: All freshmen should declare their                 • DGM 1110       Digital Media Essentials I           4.0
    Paul Cheney                                                                                               • DGM 2110       Digital Motion Picture Essentials    3.0
                                                      “anticipated” emphasis when they complete
    Anthony Romrell                                   their entrance application. Students accepted           • DGM 2120 Web Essentials                             3.0
                                                                                                              • DGM 2130 Digital Audio Essentials                   3.0
                                                      into the bachelor program must re-submit a new          • DGM 2210 3D Modeling and Animation                  4.0
advisors:                                             application at which time they must declare their                        Essentials
                                                      “official” emphasis.                                    • DGM 2240 Interaction Design                         3.0
  Leann Larsen                                                                                                • DGM 2250 Principles of Digital Design (3.0)
    Office: CS 635                                                                                            or ART 1120      2D Design                            3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8403                                                                                  Elective Requirements:                        24 Credits
                                                      caReeR oPPoRtunities                                    • Complete 24 credits from approved DGM electives 24.0
                                                                                                                (see advisor)
  Joyce Porter                                        Because of extensive use of digital media              Graduation Requirements:
    Office: CS 635                                    in nearly every area of our lives, graduates            1 Completion of a minimum of 64 semester credits.
                                                                                                              2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
    Telephone: 801-863-7125                           will find themselves in demand by diverse
                                                                                                                (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                      organizations which use digital technology to           3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                      communicate ideas. For example, graduates                 course attendance at UVU.
college of technology & computing                     may work with medical teams to develop training         4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                                                                            requirements.
                                                      materials to describe new surgical techniques
    Office: CS 720                                    to physicians, or work with a team to create an
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                           educational game. They may work as video               bs in Digital media                          121 Credits
                                                      or audio specialists on a documentary, create          General Education Requirements:               35 Credits
                                                      an interactive web site to support a company’s          • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing              3.0
PRoGRam DescRiPtion                                                                                           • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                                                      retail efforts or as administrative information                          Social Sciences
Digital Media (DGM) fuses both fundamental            management professionals.                               or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
theory and practical application in the production                                                                             Technology (3.0)
of electronically-generated content to be delivered                                                          Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                                                                              • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
via Internet, radio and television, digital cinema,   laPtoP ReQuiRement                                                       (recommended for Humanities or
computer games, animation and cinematic visual                                                                                 Arts majors) (3.0)
effects, as well as for emerging technologies         Laptops will be required for many of the upper-         • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
such as mobile computing (hand-held computing         division courses. Each emphasis will have its own                        (recommended for Social Science
devices). The curriculum integrates these digital     laptop specifications. Please see a Digital Media                        majors) (3.0)
                                                      advisor for details.                                    • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for
mediums to entertain, educate, and communicate                                                                                 Business, Education, Science, and
ideas through meaningful human interaction.                                                                                    Health Professions majors) (4.0)
DGM provides motivated and dedicated students                                                                Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                      PRoGRam DescRiPtions                                    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
the opportunity to work closely with professionally                                                          and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)
active faculty members committed to the future of                                                             • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                      Students may receive an Associate in Applied
the digital disciplines. The Department of Digital                                                            • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)
                                                      Science in Administrative Information Support

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Digital Media
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            emphasis in cinema Production                  60 credits     • DGM 1063  Image Editing                                 2.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                                                               • ACC 2010  Financial Accounting                          3.0
Complete the following:
                                                                Emphasis Requirements:                        56 Credits     and ACC 2020 Managerial Accounting                         3.0
                                                                 •   COMP 301R    Digital Lecture Series               1.0
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0                                                                 • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                        3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2110     Digital Motion Picture Essentials    3.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                 2.0                                                                 • DGM 2240  Interaction Design                            3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2130     Digital Audio Essentials             3.0
 or PES 1097        Fitness for Life (2.0)                                                                                    • DGM 2300  Records and Information                       3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2210     3D Modeling and Animation            4.0
Distribution Courses                                                                                                                      Management
                                                                                  Essentials
 • Biology                                                3.0                                                                 • DGM 2350 Word Processing Applications                   3.0
                                                                 • DGM 2250       Principles of Digital Design         3.0
 • Physical Science--ASTR 1040 Elementary                 3.0                                                                 • DGM 2360 Spreadsheet Applications                       3.0
                                                                 • DGM 2320       Digital Photography and              3.0
    Astronomy recommended for Cinema Production                                                                               • DGM 2370 Database Applications                          3.0
                                                                                  Compositing I
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science                 3.0                                                                 • DGM 2380 Integrated Software Projects                   3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2440     Sound for Film and Television        3.0
 • Humanities Distribution--ENGL 2200 Introduction        3.0                                                                 • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior                       3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2520     Film Production Analysis             3.0
    to Literature or ENGL 2130 Science Fiction                                                                                • DGM 3290 Developing Digital Media for                   3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2540     Cinematography I                     3.0
    recommended for Cinema Production                                                                                                     Instruction and Training
                                                                 •   DGM 3130     Digital Storyboarding                3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution--THEA 1023 Introduction         3.0                                                                 • TECH 3400 Project Management                            3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3320     Digital Photography and              3.0
    to Film and THEA 1025 Introduction to Film                                                                                • MGMT 3430 Human Resource Management                     3.0
                                                                                  Compositing II
    Laboratory recommended for Cinema Production,                                                                             • DGM 3820 Presentation Applications                      3.0
                                                                 • DGM 3481       Advanced Audio Restoration and       3.0
    MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music recommended                                                                               • DGM 3850 Desktop Publishing Skills                      3.0
                                                                                  Forensics
    for Audio Production                                                                                                      • MGMT 3890 Career Preparation                            2.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3510     Digital Broadcasting                 3.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science--MGMT 1010                   3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3520     Digital Motion Picture Production    3.0   Emphasis Elective Requirements:                   7 Credits
    Introduction to Business recommended for                                                                                  • Complete 7 credits (with a minimum of 1 upper           7.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3540     Cinematography II                    3.0
    Cinema Production                                                                                                           division credit) from department approved
                                                                 •   DGM 3560     Post Production                      3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:                 25 Credits         •   DGM 3570     Digital Story Telling Workshop       3.0      electives.
 •    DGM 1110    Digital Media Essentials I              4.0    •   DGM 3580     Digital Cinema Production            3.0
 •    DGM 2120    Web Essentials                          3.0
 •    DGM 3110    Corporate Issues in Digital Media       3.0    • THEA 3113
                                                                                  Workshop
                                                                                  Acting for Film                      3.0
                                                                                                                             ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
 •    DGM 3220    Digital Media Project Management        3.0                                                                The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
                                                                Emphasis Elective Requirements:                 4 Credits    the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
 •    DGM 312G    Digital Media for Intercultural         3.0
                                                                Complete 4 credits from department approved            4.0   degree requirement listings.)
                  Communication
                                                                electives.
 •    DGM 4000    Writing for Digital Media               3.0
 or   DGM 3570    Digital Story Telling Workshop (3.0)                                                                       emphasis in Digital media                         18 credits
 or   THEA 374R   New Script Workshop (3.0)                     emphasis in Gaming and animation 60 credits                  Emphasis Requirements:                           18 Credits
 or   ENGL 3300   Technical Communication for                                                                                Prerequisite courses:
                  Technology Students (3.0)
                                                                Emphasis Requirements:                        50 Credits
                                                                 •   COMP 301R    Digital Lecture Series               1.0    • DGM 1110         Digital Media Essentials I (4.0)
 • DGM 4310       Senior Projects I                       3.0                                                                 • DGM 2130 Digital Audio Essentials (3.0)
                                                                 •   DGM 1620     Survey of Animation                  3.0
 • DGM 4410       Senior Projects II                      3.0                                                                 • DGM 2110         Digital Motion Picture Essentials (3.0)
                                                                 •   DGM 2110     Digital Motion Picture Essentials    3.0
Emphasis:                                                                                                                     • DGM 2210 3D Modeling and Animation
                                                                 •   DGM 2130     Digital Audio Essentials             3.0
Complete one of the following:                                                                                                                   Essentials (4.0)
                                                                 •   DGM 2210     3D Modeling and Animation            4.0
 • Audio Production                                      60.0                                                                 • DGM 2120 Web Essentials (3.0)
                                                                                  Essentials
 • Cinema Production                                     60.0                                                                Complete the following:
                                                                 •   DGM 2250     Principles of Digital Design         3.0
 • Gaming and Animation                                  60.0                                                                 • DGM 312G Digital Media for Intercultural                 3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2620     Principles of Animation I            4.0
 • Internet Technologies                                 60.0                                                                                    Communication
                                                                 •   DGM 2630     Principles of Animation II           4.0
 • Project and Information Management                    60.0                                                                 • DGM 3220 Digital Media Project Management 3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2640     Character Development                3.0
Graduation Requirements:                                         •   DGM 2670     Scripting for Animation and Games    3.0    • DGM 4000 Writing for Digital Media                       3.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.              •   DGM 3130     Digital Storyboarding                3.0    or ENGL 3300 Technical Communication for
 2 A minimum of 2.5 GPA in all discipline core courses           •   DGM 3650     3D Production Pipeline and           3.0                       Technology Students (3.0)
   with no grade lower than a C- required for graduation.                         Rendering                                   • DGM 4310 Senior Projects I                               3.0
   To qualify for the portfolio review, DGM courses must         •   DGM 3660     Advanced Rigging and Animation       3.0    • DGM 3110         Corporate Issues in Digital Media       3.0
   be completed with a grade of B- or higher.                    •   DGM 3680     Animation Project                    3.0    • DGM 4410 Senior Projects II                              3.0
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through         •   DGM 4630     Visual Effects and Compositing I     4.0   NOTE: A minimum of 2.5 GPA in all discipline core courses
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours              •   DGM 4640     Visual Effects and Compositing II    3.0   with no grade lower than a C- required for graduation.
   earned in the last 45 hours.                                                                                              To qualify for the portfolio review, DGM courses must be
                                                                Emphasis Elective Requirements:               10 Credits
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                                                                               completed with a grade of B- or higher.
                                                                 • Complete 10 credits from department approved       10.0
   requirements, which includes a portfolio review and
                                                                   electives.
   acceptance into the degree.
 5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
   Intercultural course.
                                                                                                                             minor in Digital media                           22 Credits
                                                                emphasis in internet technologies              60 credits    Matriculation Requirements:
                                                                Emphasis Requirements:                        47 Credits      1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
emphasis in audio Production                   60 credits        •   COMP 301R    Digital Lecture Series               1.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                     7 Credits
                                                                 •   DGM 2110     Digital Motion Picture Essentials    3.0    • DGM 1110       Digital Media Essentials I              4.0
Emphasis Requirements:                        45 Credits         •   DGM 2130     Digital Audio Essentials             3.0
 •    COMP 301R   Digital Lecture Series                  1.0                                                                Complete one of the following:                            3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2210     3D Modeling and Animation            4.0    • DGM 2110       Digital Motion Picture Essentials (3.0)
 •    PHYS 1700   Descriptive Acoustics                   3.0
                                                                                  Essentials                                  • DGM 2120 Web Essentials (3.0)
 •    DGM 2110    Digital Motion Picture Essentials       3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2250     Principles of Digital Design         3.0    • DGM 2130 Digital Audio Essentials (3.0)
 •    DGM 2130    Digital Audio Essentials                3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2271     Principles of Web Design             3.0    • DGM 2210 3D Modeling and Animation
 •    DGM 2140    Electronics for Media                   3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2740     Principles of Web Languages          3.0                     Essentials (4.0)
 •    DGM 2210    3D Modeling and Animation               4.0
                                                                 •   DGM 2760     Web Languages I                      3.0   Elective Requirements:                           15 Credits
                  Essentials
                                                                 •   DGM 2780     Authoring for the Internet I         3.0    • Select 15 credits from approved DGM electives.         15.0
 •    DGM 2240    Interaction Design                      3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3265     Authoring for Virtual Reality        3.0      See advisor for details.
 •    DGM 2250    Principles of Digital Design            3.0
                                                                                  Environments                               Graduation Requirements:
 •    DGM 2440    Sound for Film and Television           3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3271     Adaptive Interface Design            3.0    1 Overall grade point average of 2.5 GPA in all discipline
 •    DGM 2460    Radio Production                        3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3280     Authoring for Digital Devices        3.0      core and elective courses with no grade lower than
 •    DGM 2481    Introduction to Digital Audio           3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3740     Web Content Management               3.0      a C-.
                  Restoration
                                                                 •   DGM 3750     Media Traffic and Analytics          3.0    2 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 •    DGM 3130    Digital Storyboarding                   3.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3760     Web Languages II                     3.0      requirements. Students are responsible for completing
 •    DGM 340R    Advanced Topics in Digital Audio        1.0
                                                                 •   DGM 3790     Rich Internet Application            3.0      all prerequisite courses.
 •    DGM 3410    Audio Engineering for the Studio I      3.0
                                                                                  Development I
 •    DGM 3420    Audio Engineering for the Studio II     3.0
 •    DGM 3460    Live Sound Reinforcement                3.0   Emphasis Elective Requirements:               13 Credits
                                                                 • Complete 13 credits from department approved       13.0
Emphasis Elective Requirements:               15 Credits           electives
 • Complete 15 credits (with a minimum of 8 upper
   division credits) from department approved
                                                         15.0                                                                bs in
   electives                                                                                                                 technology management                           124 Credits
                                                                emphasis in Project and information                          The following Technical Area is available (see the
                                                                management                          60 credits               Technology Management section of this catalog for
                                                                Emphasis Requirements:                        53 Credits     complete degree requirement listings.)
                                                                 • COMP 301R Digital Lecture Series                    1.0
                                                                 • FIN 1060  Personal Finance                          3.0


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                                                                                 Digital Media
emphasis in Digital media                       45 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                         17 Credits
Complete the following:
 • DGM 1110       Digital Media Essentials I           4.0
 • DGM 2110       Digital Motion Picture Essentials    3.0
 • DGM 2120 Web Essentials                             3.0
 • DGM 2130 Digital Audio Essentials                   3.0
 • DGM 2210 3D Modeling and Animation                  4.0
                  Essentials
Elective Requirements:                        28 Credits
Complete 28 credits from approved DGM electives       28.0
(see advisor)



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- BMED, Business/Marketing Education
- COMP, Computing
- DGM, Digital Media




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Earth Science

         Earth Science                            PRoGRams                                                         •   MATH 2210   Calculus III (3.0)
                                                                                                                   •   MATH 2040   Principles of Statistics (4.0)
                                                  Students in Earth Science may receive: Bachelor                  •   MATH 2270   Linear Algebra (3.0)
                                                  of Science in Geology; Bachelor of Science                       •   MATH 2280   Ordinary Differential Equations (3.0)
                                                                                                                   •   METO 1010   Introduction to Meteorology (3.0)
                                                  in Environmental Science and Management;                        Graduation Requirements:
Department chair: michael P. bunds                Bachelor of Science in Earth Science Education;                  1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
  Office: PS 218                                  Minor in Earth Science; Bachelor of Science or                   2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above
  Telephone: 801-863-6306 or 801-863-6295         Arts in Integrated Studies with an emphasis in                     (departments may require a higher GPA).
                                                                                                                   3 Residency hours: minimum of 20 credit hours through
  E-mail: Michael.Bunds@uvu.edu                   Earth Science.                                                     course attendance at UVU.
                                                                                                                   4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                                                                     requirements.
administrative support: kellie D. hancock         Certificate in Water
  Telephone: 801-863-6295                         and Wastewater operations                      31 Credits
                                                  Discipline Core Requirements:                  22 Credits       bs in environmental science
  E-mail: hancocke@uvu.edu                         • ENVT 1200
                                                   • ENVT 1210
                                                                    Environmental Worker Safety
                                                                    Introduction to Water Reclamation
                                                                                                            3.0   and management              125 Credits
                                                                    (3.0)
                                                                                                                  General Education Requirements:              36 Credits
Program Director, environmental                    or   ENVT 1360 Introduction to Water Treatment           3.0
                                                                                                                   • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0
                                                                                                                   • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and     3.0
management: jim callison                           •    ENVT 1300 Environmental Lab and Sampling            3.0
                                                                                                                                     Technology
                                                   •    ENVT 3280 Environmental Law                         3.0
  Office: PS 216                                                                                                   • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0
                                                   •    ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                   3.0
                                                                                                                  Complete the following:                                  3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8679                          •    DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency              3.0
                                                                                                                   • HIST 2700       US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                   or   Business Computer Proficiency Exam
                                                                                                                  and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                   •    MAT 1010    Intermediate Algebra                    4.0
                                                                                                                   • HIST 1700       American Civilization (3.0)
faculty:                                          Elective Requirements:                          9 Credits        • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                  Must take three of the following courses      9.0                • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
  Professor                                        • ENVT 1270 Environmental Microbiology (3.0)                    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
    Daniel Horns                                   • ENVT 1510 Hazardous Materials Emergency                      Complete the following:
    Paul Tayler                                                      Response (3.0)                                • PHIL 2050       Ethics and Values                     3.0
                                                   • ENVT 3320 Hydraulics of Water (3.0)                           • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
  Associate Professor                              • ENVT 3330 Water Resources Management (3.0)                    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0
    Joel Bradford                                  • ENVT 3630 Introduction to Geographic                         Distribution Courses
                                                                     Information Systems (4.0)
    Michael Bunds                                  • ENVT 3790 Hydrology I (4.0)
                                                                                                                   • BIOL 1010       General Biology (fulfills Biology     3.0
                                                                                                                                     Distribution)
    Eddy Cadet                                                                                                     • ENVT 1110 Introduction to Environmental               3.0
    Jim Callison                                                                                                                     Management (fulfills Physical
    William Dinklage                              as Pre-major in                                                                    Science Distribution)
    Steven Emerman                                Physical science                               63 Credits        • GEO 1010        Introduction to Geology (fulfills     3.0
                                                  General Education Requirements:                38 Credits                          additional Physical Science
    Dan Stephen                                    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                3.0                      Distribution)
  Assistant Professor                              • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/      3.0    • Humanities                                            3.0
                                                                     Social Sciences                               • Fine Arts                                             3.0
    Nathan Toké                                    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                  • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0
    Suzanne Walther                                                  Technology (3.0)                             Discipline Core Requirements:                73 Credits
    Alessandro Zanazzi                             • MATH 1050 College Algebra                              4.0    •   GEO 1015Introduction to Geology Laboratory          1.0
                                                  Complete one of the following:                            3.0    •           Introduction to Chemistry
                                                                                                                       CHEM 1010                                           3.0
                                                   • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                            •           Principles of Chemistry I
                                                                                                                       CHEM 1210                                           4.0
advisor:                                           or HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                   •           Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
                                                                                                                       CHEM 1215                                           1.0
                                                   • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                         •           Principles of Chemistry II
                                                                                                                       CHEM 1220                                           4.0
  Tom Liljegren                                    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                     •           Principles of Chemistry II
                                                                                                                       CHEM 1225                                           1.0
    Office: PS 201                                 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                         Laboratory
                                                   • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                  • CHEM 3020 Environmental Chemistry                     3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8616                       Complete the following:                                          • ENVT 1200 Environmental Worker Safety                 3.0
    E-mail: TLiljegren@uvu.edu                     • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0    • ENVT 1270 Environmental Microbiology                  3.0
                                                   • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                 2.0    • ENVT 1300 Environmental Lab and Sampling              3.0
                                                   or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                        • ENVT 1510 Hazardous Materials Emergency               3.0
staff:                                            Distribution Courses                                                         Response
                                                   • Biology                                                3.0    • ENVT 2560 Environmental Health                        3.0
  Lab Manager, Geology: Emily B. Lamas             • PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and                   4.0    • ENVT 2710 Environmental Careers                       1.0
                                                                     Engineers I                                   • ENVT 2730 Introduction to Soils                       4.0
                                                   • PHYS 2220 Physics for Scientists and                   4.0    • ENVT 3000 GIS and GPS Applications for the            3.0
college of science & health                                          Engineers II                                              Earth Sciences
                                                   • Humanities Distribution                                3.0    • ENVT 3280 Environmental Law                           3.0
  Dean: Sam Rushforth
                                                   • Fine Arts Distribution                                 3.0    • ENVT 3530 Environmental Management                    3.0
    Office: SB 241                                 • Social/Behavioral Science                              3.0                Systems
    Telephone: 801-863-8980                       Discipline Core Requirements:                  17 Credits        • ENVT 3630 Introduction to Geographic                  4.0
                                                   •    CHEM 1210    Principles of Chemistry I              4.0                Information Systems
                                                   •    CHEM 1215    Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory   1.0    • ENVT 3790 Hydrology I                                 4.0
caReeR oPPoRtunities                               •    MATH 1210    Calculus I                             5.0    • ENVT 3850 Environmental Policy                        3.0
                                                   •    MATH 1220    Calculus II                            5.0    • ENVT 4790 Hydrology II                                4.0
Examples of occupations open to graduates of       •    PHYS 2215    Physics for Scientists and             1.0    • MATH 1060 Trigonometry                                3.0
Earth Science bachelor programs are: finding,                        Engineers I Lab                               • MATH 1210 Calculus I                                  5.0
                                                   • PHYS 2225       Physics for Scientists and             1.0    • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                    4.0
developing, and protecting water resources;                                                                       Elective Requirements:                       16 Credits
                                                                     Engineers II Lab
assessing geologic hazards and protecting         Elective Requirements:                          8 Credits       Choose 16 credit hours from the following list:   16.0
society from those hazards; exploring for oil,    Complete 8 credits from the following:               8.0         • CHEM 1120 Elementary Organic Bio-Chemistry
coal, gas, and minerals; assessing and cleaning    • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (4.0)                                     (4.0)
                                                   • CHEM 2310 Organic Chemistry I (4.0)                           • CHEM 1125 Elementary Organic Bio-Chemistry
pollution and regulating potentially-polluting                                                                                      Laboratory (1.0)
                                                   • CHEM 2315 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1.0)
industries. Current employment opportunities       • CHEM 2325 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1.0)               • CHEM 2310 Organic Chemistry I (4.0)
for graduates from Earth Science programs are      • ENGR 2450 Computational Methods for                           • CHEM 2315 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1.0)
strong.                                                             Engineering Analysis (3.0)                     • CHEM 2320 Organic Chemistry II (4.0)
                                                   • GEO 1010       Introduction to Geology (3.0)                  • CHEM 2325 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1.0)
                                                   • GEO 1220       Historical Geology (3.0)                       • ENVT 1210 Introduction to Water Reclamation
                                                   • GEO 1080       Introduction to Oceanography (3.0)                              (3.0)


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                                                                                                                                                                Earth Science
 •   ENVT 1360     Introduction to Water Treatment (3.0)         Complete 16 credits from the following list:         16.0       •   BIOL 2500   Environmental Biology                   3.0
 •   ENVT 282R     Environmental Internship (1.0)                 • BIOL 3800 Conservation Biology (3.0)                         •   CHEM 1210   Principles of Chemistry I               4.0
 •   ENVT 3010     Environmental Toxicology (3.0)                 • ENVT 2730 Introduction to Soils (4.0)                        •   CHEM 1215   Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory    1.0
 •   ENVT 3320     Hydraulics of Water (3.0)                      • ENVT 3000 GIS and GPS Applications for the                   •   CHEM 1220   Principles of Chemistry II              4.0
 •   ENVT 3330     Water Resources Management (3.0)                                Earth Sciences (3.0)                          •   CHEM 1225   Principles of Chemistry II              1.0
 •   ENVT 3550     Site Investigation (3.0)                       • ENVT 3280 Environmental Law (3.0)                                            Laboratory
 •   ENVT 3700     Current Topics in Environmental                • ENVT 3290 Environmental Permits and Reports                  • GEO 1010      Introduction to Geology                 3.0
                   Management (3.0)                                                (3.0)                                         • GEO 1015      Introduction to Geology Laboratory      1.0
 •   ENVT 3750 Land Use Planning (3.0)                            • ENVT 3630 Introduction to Geographic                         • GEO 3080 Earth Materials                              4.0
 •   ENVT 3770 Natural Resources Management (3.0)                                  Information Systems (4.0)                     • GEO 3700      Structure and Tectonics                 4.0
 •   ENVT 3800 Energy Use on Earth (3.0)                          • ENVT 4790 Hydrology II (4.0)                                 • GEO 4200      Teaching Methods in Science             3.0
 •   ENVT 482R Geologic/Environmental Internship                  • GEO 1080       Introduction to Oceanography (3.0)            • GEO 4500 Sedimentary Geology                          4.0
                   (1.0)                                         and GEO 1085      Introduction to Oceanography                  • MATH 1060 Trigonometry                                3.0
 •   ENVT 495R Special Projects in Environmental                                   Laboratory (1.0)                              • METO 3100 Climate and the Earth System                3.0
                   Management (1.0)                               • GEO 202R Science Excursion (1.0)                             • PHYS 2010 College Physics I                           4.0
 •   GEO 3080      Earth Materials (4.0)                          • GEO 3400       Forensic Geology (4.0)                        • PHYS 2015 College Physics I Lab                       1.0
 •   GEO 3200      Geologic Hazards (4.0)                         • GEO 482R Geologic/Environmental Internship                   • PHYS 2020 College Physics II                          4.0
 •   GEO 4500      Sedimentary Geology (4.0)                                       (1.0)                                         • PHYS 2025 College Physics II Lab                      1.0
 •   Or other advisor-approved electives                          • METO 1010 Introduction to Meteorology (3.0)                 Education Courses
Graduation Requirements:                                         and METO 1020 Introduction to Meteorology                       • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                      3.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 125 semester credits.                                Laboratory (1.0)                              • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education           2.0
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.               • METO 3100 Climate and the Earth System (3.0)                 • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                         2.0
 3 Grade of C- or better in every ENVT course.                    • PHYS 2015 College Physics I Lab (1.0)                        • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                      2.0
 4 Residency hours--minimum of 30 credit hours through            • PHYS 2025 College Physics II Lab (1.0)                       • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                     2.0
   course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours              Graduation Requirements:                                        • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing            3.0
   earned in the last 45 hours.                                   1  Completion of a minimum of 123 semester credits.            • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL               3.0
 5 Completion of GE and specified departmental                    2  Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.            • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction            3.0
   requirements.                                                  3  Grade of C- or better in every GEO course.                                  and Assessment
 6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                  4  Residency hours--minimum of 30 credit hours through         • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)          10.0
   Intercultural course.                                             course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours            • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                        2.0
                                                                     earned in the last 45 hours.                               Elective Requirements:                        10 Credits
                                                                  5 Completion of GE and specified departmental                 Any 10 credit hours from the following list.           10.0
bs in Geology                                123 Credits             requirements.                                               • GEO 1080        Introduction to Oceanography (3.0)
General Education Requirements:               27 Credits          6 Successful completion of at least one Global/                • GEO 1085        Introduction to Oceanography
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing                 3.0       Intercultural course.                                                         Laboratory (1.0)
 • ENGL 2020       Intermediate Writing--Science and       3.0   Note: *This requirement is satisfied within the discipline      • GEO 1220        Historical Geology (3.0)
                   Technology                                    core requirements.                                              • GEO 1225        Historical Geology Laboratory (1.0)
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                               4.0                                                                   • GEO 202R Science Excursion (1.0)
Complete one of the following:                             3.0                                                                   • GEO 204R Natural History Excursion (3.0)
 • HIST 2700       US History to 1877 (3.0)                      bs in                                                           • GEO 3200 Geologic Hazards (4.0)
                                                                                                                                 • GEO 4510        Paleontology (4.0)
and HIST 2710
 • HIST 1700
                   US History since 1877 (3.0)
                   American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                 earth science education                      123 Credits        • METO 1010 Introduction to Meteorology (3.0)
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                     Matriculation Requirements:                                     • METO 1020 Introduction to Meteorology
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                              1 Complete the following courses: GEO 1010, GEO 1015,                            Laboratory (1.0)
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                      MATH 1050, MATH 1060, BIOL 1610 with a grade of            Graduation Requirements:
Complete the following:                                              “C-” or higher in each.                                      1 Completion of a minimum of 123 semester credits.
 • PHIL 2050       Ethics and Values                       3.0    2 Complete a minimum of 30 semester hours of college            2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                      credit.                                                        (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                        2.0    3 Apply to the department of Earth Science for                  3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
Distribution Courses                                                 admission.                                                     course attendance at UVU.
 • Biology*                                                      Secondary Education Requirements:                                4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • Physical Science*                                              1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)        requirements.
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science*                           composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score     5 Grade of C- or higher in all GEO, BIOL, and METO
 • Humanities Distribution                                 3.0       lower than 19.                                                 courses.
 • Fine Arts Distribution                                  3.0    2 GPA of 2.75 or higher                                         6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 • Social/Behavioral Science                               3.0    3 Completion of all General Education requirements and            Intercultural course.
                                                                     required pre-professional education courses.               Note: *This requirement is fulfilled with the core
Discipline Core Requirements:                 96 Credits          4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education
 •   BIOL 1010General Biology                              3.0                                                                  requirements.
                                                                     Selection and Retention Committee.
 •   CHEM 1210Principles of Chemistry I                    4.0
                                                                  5 Pass criminal background check.
 •   CHEM 1215Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory         1.0
 •   CHEM 1220Principles of Chemistry II                   4.0   General Education Requirements:                27 Credits      minor in earth science                        23 Credits
 •   CHEM 1225Principles of Chemistry II                   1.0    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    Matriculation Requirements:
              Laboratory                                          • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0     1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
 • CHEM 3020 Environmental Chemistry                       3.0                      Social Sciences                             Discipline Core Requirements:                 23 Credits
 • ENVT 3790 Hydrology I                                   4.0    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                 • GEO 1010      Introduction to Geology                 3.0
 • ENVT 3000 GIS and GPS Applications for the              3.0                      Technology (3.0)                            and GEO 1015     Introduction to Geology Laboratory      1.0
              Earth Sciences                                      • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0    and GEO 3080 Earth Materials                             4.0
 or ENVT 3630 Introduction to Geographic                         Complete one of the following:                          3.0    Complete two from:                                       7.0
              Information Systems (4.0)                           • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           • GEO 1020      Prehistoric Life (3.0)
 • GEO 1010   Introduction to Geology                      3.0   and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                  or GEO 1080     Introduction to Oceanography (3.0)
 • GEO 1015   Introduction to Geology Laboratory           1.0    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       and GEO 1085     Introduction to Oceanography
 • GEO 1220   Historical Geology                           3.0    • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                    Laboratory (1.0)
 • GEO 1225   Historical Geology Laboratory                1.0    • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            or METO 1010 Introduction to Meteorology (3.0)
 • GEO 3080   Earth Materials                              4.0    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                and METO 1020 Introduction to Meteorology
 • GEO 3200   Geologic Hazards                             4.0   Complete the following:                                                         Laboratory (1.0)
 • GEO 3700   Structure and Tectonics                      4.0    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    Complete two from:                                       8.0
 • GEO 4500   Sedimentary Geology                          4.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 • GEO 3200 Geologic Hazards (4.0)
 • GEO 4510   Paleontology                                 4.0    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0    • GEO 3700      Structure and Tectonics (4.0)
 • GEO 4600   Field Experience                             4.0   Distribution Courses                                            • GEO 4500 Sedimentary Geology (4.0)
 • MATH 1060 Trigonometry                                  3.0    • Biology*                                                     • GEO 4510      Paleontology (4.0)
 • MATH 1210 Calculus I                                    5.0    • Physical Science*                                            • ENVT 3000 GIS and GPS Applications for the
 • MATH 1220 Calculus II                                   5.0    • Additional Biology or Physical Science*                                      Earth Sciences (3.0)
 • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                      4.0    • Humanities Distribution                              3.0     • ENVT 3630 Introduction to Geographic
 • PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists and                    4.0    • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0                     Information Systems (4.0)
              Engineers I                                         • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0     • ENVT 3790 Hydrology I (4.0)
 • PHYS 2220 Physics for Scientists and                    4.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                  86 Credits
              Engineers II                                        • ASTR 3050      Astrophysics I                        3.0
                                                                  • BIOL 1010      General Biology                       3.0


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Earth Science
ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in earth science                      18 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                           18 Credits
Earth Science Emphasis:
  • GEO 1010      Introduction to Geology              3.0
  • GEO 1015      Introduction to Geology Laboratory
                  (highly recommended) (1.0)
Complete one of the following sets (lab is highly      3.0
recommended)
  • GEO 1220      Historical Geology (3.0)
and GEO 1225      Historical Geology Laboratory (1.0)
 or GEO 1080      Introduction to Oceanography (3.0)
and GEO 1085      Introduction to Oceanography
                  Laboratory (1.0)
 or METO 1010 Introduction to Meteorology (3.0)
and METO 1020 Introduction to Meteorology
                  Laboratory (1.0)
Complete three courses from the following:            12.0
  • METO 3100 Climate and the Earth System (3.0)
and METO 1020 Introduction to Meteorology
                  Laboratory (1.0)
 or GEO 1015      Introduction to Geology Laboratory
                  (1.0)
 or GEO 1225      Historical Geology Laboratory (1.0)
  • GEO 3080 Earth Materials (4.0)
  • GEO 3200 Geologic Hazards (4.0)
  • GEO 3700      Structure and Tectonics (4.0)
  • GEO 4500 Sedimentary Geology (4.0)
  • GEO 4510      Paleontology (4.0)
  • ENVT 3000 GIS and GPS Applications for the
                  Earth Sciences (3.0)
  • ENVT 3790 Hydrology I (4.0)



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- ENVT, Environmental Management
- GEO, Geology
- GEOG, Geography
- METO, Meteorology




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                                                                                                               Education, Elementary
                                                                                             other institutions offering these programs.
            Elementary                  elementary education Partner Districts

             Education                    Alpine School District
                                          Canyons School District
                                                                                             DeGRees/license

                                          Granite School District                            Degrees available: One-year Certificate in Early
                                                                                             Care and Education; Associate in Science (AS) in
                                          Jordan School District
Department chair: stan harward                                                               Early Childhood Education; Associate in Science
                                          Nebo School District
  Office: ME 116d                                                                            (AS) in Pre-Elementary Education; Baccalaureate
                                          North Summit School District                       Degree (BS) in Elementary Education. The State
  Telephone: 801-863-6571                 Park City School District                          of Utah offers Professional Educator Licenses for
                                          Provo School District                              Elementary Education for grades K-6, grades K-3,
administrative support: connie Wright     South Summit School District                       and grades 1-8.
  Office: ME 116                          Wasatch School District
  Telephone: 801-863-8228
                                        eaRly chilDhooD eDucation                            aDmission & Retention
field coordinator: Richard allred       PRoGRam                                              Admission to the Education Program is required
  Office: ME 131                        The Early Care and Education program is strongly     for enrollment in professional studies level
  Telephone: 801-863-6580               aligned with community needs. It provides            courses. Admission criteria*: 1) Praxis II (0014)
                                        instruction and preparation for those seeking to     Scores; 2) GPA of 3.00 or higher; and 3) an
                                        work with young children in preschool and day        interview directed by the Teacher Education
faculty:                                care facilities. It provides a strong experiential   Admission and Retention Committee. Applicants
  Professor                             program through course work and observations.        are accepted into the Teacher Education Program
    Genan Anderson                                                                           for fall and spring semesters after meeting
    Elaine Byrd                                                                              entrance requirements.
    Briant Farnsworth                   PRofessional elementaRy teacheR                      *Please contact the Elementary Education
    Nancy Peterson                      eDucation PRoGRam                                    Advisors for the current admission requirements.
  Associate Professor                   The Professional Elementary Teacher Education
    Stan Harward                        Program at Utah Valley University is designed        Admission to the teacher education licensure
    Linda Pierce                        to prepare quality, entry-level candidates for       program is a separate process from and in
    Susan Simmerman                     teaching in elementary education programs            addition to admission to Utah Valley University.
                                        grades K-6. Students successfully completing         Meeting the minimum requirements qualifies the
    Elaine Tuft
                                        the UVU professional teacher education program       student to be considered for admission.
  Assistant Professor
    Lorilynn Brandt                     graduation and licensure requirements receive a
                                                                                             To continue in the program, students are
    Debora Escalante                    baccalaureate degree in Elementary Education
                                                                                             expected to maintain all program standards. They
                                        and a Level I Utah Professional Teaching License.
    Vessela Ilieva                                                                           must maintain expected levels of competence in
    Sandy Jay                           The UVU teacher education initial licensure          all coursework, field work, and student teaching
    Mi Ok Kang                          program is accredited by the Teacher Education       with all course grades at or above a B- and a
    Richard Nye                         Accreditation Council (TEAC), the Utah               program GPA of 3.00 or higher. Additionally,
                                        State Office of Education, and the Northwest         teacher candidates are expected to adhere to
    Michael Patch
                                        Commission on Colleges and Universities.             standards of personal integrity, responsibility, and
    Ann Sharp
                                                                                             citizenship commonly expected of professional
    Mary Sowder                                                                              educators.
                                        Admission to the Teacher Education Licensure
    Sandie Waters                       Program is a separate process from and in
  Lecturer                                                                                   Persons who hold a valid (current or expired)
                                        addition to admission to Utah Valley University.
    Tracy Sermon                                                                             Professional Elementary Education Teaching
                                        Meeting the minimum requirements qualifies the
                                        student to be considered for admission.              License may pursue relicensing course work
advisors:                                                                                    through the School of Education.
  Leslie Hudson
    Office: ME 114f                     caReeR oPPoRtunities                                 Certificate in
    Telephone: 801-863-8527
                                                                                             early care and education                     30 Credits
                                        early childhood education Program                    Discipline Core Requirements:                  28 Credits
                                                                                              • PSY 1100        Human Development Life Span (C 3.0
                                        Career opportunities include: teaching in early                         grade or higher)
  Shaunna Requilman                     childhood programs and child care centers, Head       •    EDEC 1640    Childrens Music and Movement        2.0
    Office: ME 114d                     Start teacher and teacher aide, teacher aide          •    EDEC 2300    Including Young Diverse Learners    2.0
    Telephone: 801-863-6555             in elementary school, teacher aide in special         or   EDSP 3400    Exceptional Students (2.0)
                                                                                              •    EDEC 2500    Child Development Birth             3.0
                                        education classes, owner and/or director of                             to Eight Years
  Christopher Alldredge                 preschool or child care center.                       • EDEC 2600       Introduction to Early               2.0
                                                                                                                Childhood Education
    Office: ME 114a                                                                           • EDEC 2610       Child Guidance                      3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-5184             Professional elementary teacher                       • EDEC 2620       Early Childhood Curriculum          3.0
                                        education Program                                     • EDEC 2640       Literacy and Literature for         3.0
                                                                                                                Early Childhood
school of education                     Career opportunities result from completion of the    • EDEC 2700       Early Childhood Practicum           3.0
                                        UVU Professional Teacher Education Program,           • EDEC 2720       Early Childhood Assessment          2.0
  Dean: Briant J. Farnsworth            which qualifies students for an Elementary            • EDEL 2200       Computer Technology in Education 2.0
    Office: ME 117b                     Education Professional Educator License.             Elective Requirements:                         2 Credits
    Telephone: 801-863-8006                                                                   • Advisor Approval                                    2.0
                                        Certain Elementary Education (EDEL) and Early        Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                              1 Completion of a minimum of 30 semester credits.
                                        Childhood Education (EDEC) courses transfer to


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Education, Elementary
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above. C-        • HLTH 3100        Health Education for Elementary      2.0    • MATH 2020      Mathematics for Elementary             3.0
   grade or higher in all program courses unless otherwise                       Teachers                                                     Teachers II
   specified.                                                Distribution Courses                                           Professional Education Core Requirements:
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 10 credit hours through       • Biology                                              3.0    • EDEL 3000 Educational Psychology                      3.0
   course attendance at UVU.                                   • Physical Science                                     3.0    • EDEL 3050 Foundations of American Education           2.0
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                 • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0    • EDEL 3100 Kindergarten Guidance                       2.0
   requirements.
                                                               • Humanities Distribution                              3.0    • EDEL 3250 Instructional Media                         2.0
 5 First aid/CPR certification, food handler’s permit,
   portfolio review and acceptance by Education                • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0    • EDEL 330G Multicultural Understanding                 3.0
   Committee.                                                  • PSY 1100        Human Development Life Span          3.0    • EDEL 3350 Curriculum Design and Assessment            3.0
                                                                                 (Social/Behavioral Science)                 • EDEL 4200 Classroom Management I                      1.0
                                                             Discipline Core Requirements:                    15 Credits     • EDEL 4210 Classroom Management II                     1.0
as Pre-major in                                              Complete the following:
                                                               • EDEL 2200 Computer Technology in Education 2.0
                                                                                                                             • EDEL 4230 Classroom Management III
                                                                                                                             • EDEL 4240 Classroom Management IV
                                                                                                                                                                                     1.0
                                                                                                                                                                                     1.0
early childhood education                    60 Credits        • EDEL 1010 Introduction to Education                  2.0    • EDEL 4400 Literacy Methods I                          3.0
General Education Requirements:                36 Credits      • EDEL 2330 Childrens Literature                       3.0    • EDEL 4410 Literacy Methods II                         3.0
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0     • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                       2.0    • EDEL 4420 Language Arts Methods                       3.0
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/ 3.0       • MATH 2010 Mathematics for Elementary                 3.0    • EDEL 443G Teaching English as a Second                3.0
                   Social Sciences                                               Teachers I                                                   Language
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science                    • MATH 2020 Mathematics for Elementary                 3.0    • EDEL 4510 Elementary Math Methods I                   3.0
                   and Technology (3.0)                                          Teachers II                                 • EDEL 4520 Elementary Science Methods                  3.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                           4.0   Elective Requirements:                           12 Credits     • EDEL 4530 Elementary Social Studies Methods           3.0
Complete one of the following:                         3.0   Complete 12 of course 1000 or higher. The following 12.0        • EDEL 4540 Elementary Creative Arts Methods            2.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                        is a list of recommended courses to choose from (the            • EDEL 4550 Elementary Math Methods II                  3.0
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)               courses required for a degree in Early Childhood                • EDEL 4620 Differentiation for Special                 2.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                     License are grouped together):                                                   Populations
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   • ART 3400        Fundamentals of Art Education (3.0)         • EDEL 4880 Student Teaching--Grades K-3 (4.0)          5.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • MUSC 3400 Music in the Elementary School (2.0)              • EDEL 4890 Student Teaching--Grades 4-6 (4.0)          5.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • DANC 3400 Dance in the Elementary School (2.0)              • EDEL 4980 Elementary Education Capstone               1.0
Complete the following:                                        • THEA 3713 Theatre and Drama in the                                           Seminar
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0                       Elementary School (3.0)                    Elective Requirements:                          12 Credits
 • HLTH 3100 Health Education for                      2.0     • PHIL 3450 Philosophy of Childhood (3.0)                    Complete additional credits to meet requirements         12.0
                   Elementary Teachers                       Early Childhood License                                        Recommended elective courses:
Distribution Courses                                           • EDEC 2300 Including Young Diverse Learners                   • ART 3400         Fundamentals of Art Education (3.0)
 • Biology                                             3.0                       (2.0)                                        • DANC 3400 Dance in the Elementary School (2.0)
 • Physical Science                                    3.0     • EDEC 2500 Child Development Birth to Eight                   • MUSC 3400 Music in the Elementary School (2.0)
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0                                                                    • PETE 3400 Elementary Classroom Teachers as
                                                                                 Years (3.0)
 • Humanities Distribution                             3.0                                                                                       Movement Educators (2.0)
                                                               • EDEC 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood
 • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0                                                                    • THEA 3713 Theatre and Drama in the
                                                                                 Education (2.0)
 • PSY 1100        Human Development Life Span (“C” 3.0                                                                                          Elementary School (3.0)
                                                               • EDEC 2610 Child Guidance (3.0)
                   grade or higher)                                                                                         Graduation Requirements:
                                                               • EDEC 2640 Literacy and Literature for Early
Discipline Core Requirements:                  23 Credits                        Childhood (3.0)                             1 Completion of a minimum of 121 semester credits.
 • EDEL 2200 Computer Technology in Education 2.0                                                                            2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                             Graduation Requirements:
 • EDEC 2300 Including Young Diverse Learners          2.0                                                                       (Departments may require a higher GPA).
                                                              1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
 • EDEC 2500 Child Development Birth to Eight          3.0                                                                   3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
                                                              2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                   Years                                                                                                         course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
                                                                (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
 • EDEC 2600 Introduction to Early Childhood           2.0                                                                       earned in the last 45 hours.
                                                              3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                   Education                                                                                                 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                course attendance at UVU.
 • EDEC 2610 Child Guidance                            3.0                                                                       requirements.
                                                              4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • EDEC 2620 Early Childhood Curriculum                3.0                                                                   5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
                                                                requirements.
 • EDEC 2640 Literacy and Literature for Early         3.0                                                                       Intercultural course.
                   Childhood                                                                                                NOTE: Application forms are available at the beginning
 • EDEC 2700 Early Childhood Practicum                 3.0
 • EDEC 2720 Early Childhood Assessment                2.0   bs in elementary education 121 Credits                         of each Spring semester, must be completed by March
                                                                                                                            1st, and can be obtained in the Education Department,
Elective Requirements:                            1 Credit   General Education Requirements:                36 Credits
                                                              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0     801-863-8527.
 or Any Advisor Approved elective                      1.0                                                                  Footnotes:
                                                              • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/ 3.0
Graduation Requirements:                                                                                                      * Students must complete all Pre-Professional and
                                                                                Social Sciences
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.                                                                              General Education courses with an overall GPA of 3.0
                                                              or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above. C-                                                                          and be formally admitted into the Teacher Preparation
                                                                                Technology (3.0)
   grade or higher in all program classes unless otherwise                                                                      program before they will be admitted into Professional
                                                              • MATH 1050 College Algebra                           4.0
   specified.                                                                                                                   courses.
                                                             Complete one of the following:                         3.0
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through                                                                     ** Must be completed with a grade of B- or higher.
                                                              • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
   course attendance at UVU.
                                                             and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                              • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
   requirements.
                                                              • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 5 First aid/CPR certification, food handler’s permit,                                                                      See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                                                              • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
   portfolio review and acceptance by Education
   Committee
                                                              • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                for detailed course information. This department
                                                             Complete the following:                                        manages the following course prefixes:
                                                              • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
                                                              • HLTH 3100 Health Education for Elementary           2.0
as Pre-major in                                                                 Teachers                                    - ECFS, Education, Child and Family Studies
Pre-elementary education                     63 Credits      Distribution Courses                                           - EDEC, Early Childhood Education
General Education Requirements:               36 Credits      • Biology                                             3.0     - EDEL, Elementary Education
 • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing             3.0     • Physical Science                                    3.0     - EDSP, Special Education
 • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/           • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0
                  Social Sciences (3.0)                       • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and 3.0           • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
                  Technology                                  • PSY 1100        Human Development Life Span (“C” 3.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                          4.0                       grade or higher)
Complete one of the following:                        3.0    Discipline Core Requirements:                  73 Credits
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                        Pre-Professional Core Requirements:*
and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)                 • EDEL 1010 Introduction to Education **              2.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      • EDEL 2200 Computer Technology in                    2.0
 • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)                                     Education **
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          • EDEL 2330 Childrens Literature **                   3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)               • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students **                   2.0
Complete the following:                                       • MATH 2010 Mathematics for Elementary                3.0
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                        3.0                       Teachers I



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                                                                                                                         Education, Secondary
                                                   licensure program must have a major in an            must maintain expected levels of competence in
            Secondary                              approved content area.                               all coursework, field work, and student teaching
                                                                                                        with all course grades at or above a B- and a
            Education                              The UVU teacher education initial licensure
                                                   program is accredited by the Teacher Education
                                                                                                        program GPA of 3.00 or higher. Additionally,
                                                                                                        teacher candidates are expected to adhere to
                                                   Accreditation Council (TEAC), the Utah               standards of personal integrity, responsibility, and
                                                   State Office of Education, and the Northwest         citizenship commonly expected of professional
Department chair: talitha hudgins                  Commission on Colleges and Universities.             educators.
  Office: ME 116b
                                                   Admission to the Teacher Education Licensure         Persons who hold a valid (current or expired)
  Telephone: 801-863-6573                          Program is a separate process from and in            Professional Secondary Education Teaching
                                                   addition to admission to Utah Valley University.     License may pursue relicensing course work
administrative support: connie Wright              Meeting the minimum requirements qualifies the       through the School of Education.
  Office: ME 116                                   student to be considered for admission.
  Telephone: 801-863-8228
                                                   caReeR oPPoRtunities                                 licensure in
                                                   Career opportunities result from completion          secondary education                           32 Credits
field coordinator: john burton                                                                          Matriculation Requirements:
                                                   of the UVU Professional Teacher Education             1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)
  Office: ME 131                                   Program which qualifies students for a license          composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score
  Telephone: 801-863-6587                          in Secondary Education. Certain EDSC courses            lower than 19.
                                                                                                         2 GPA of 2.75 or higher
                                                   transfer to other institutions offering these
                                                                                                         3 Completion of all General Education requirements and
                                                   programs.
faculty:                                                                                                   required pre-professional education courses.
                                                                                                         4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education
  Associate Professor                              license                                                 Selection and Retention Committee.
    Talitha Hudgins                                                                                      5 Pass criminal background check.
                                                   Students seeking secondary school licensure          Discipline Core Requirements:                 32 Credits
    Numsiri Kunakemakorn                           in approved content areas complete a major in         •   EDSC 3000    Educational Psychology                3.0
    Axel Ramirez                                   that area and required coursework in Secondary        •   EDSC 3050    Foundations of American Education     2.0
    Bryan Waite                                    Education to qualify for a Level I Utah State         •   EDSC 3250    Instructional Media                   2.0
                                                                                                         •   EDSC 4200    Classroom Management I                2.0
  Assistant Professor                              Professional Educator License for grades 7-12.        •   EDSC 4250    Classroom Management II               2.0
    Raquel Cook                                    Post BS/BA students seeking a secondary               •   EDSC 4440    Content Area Reading and Writing      3.0
    Suzy Cox                                       teaching license complete education course            •   EDSC 445G    Multicultural Instruction ESL         3.0
                                                   requirements and content area methods courses         •   EDSC 4550    Secondary Curriculum Instruction      3.0
  Professional Faculty                                                                                                    and Assessment
                                                   to qualify for the Level I Professional Educator      • EDSC 4850      Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)   10.0
    Glen Clark                                     License. Post BS/BA must be in a compatible           • EDSP 3400      Exceptional Students                 2.0
  Lecturer                                         major from a regionally accredited institution.
    Lynda Williams                                 Baccalaureate degrees (BS and BA) are granted
    Kristin Wright                                 through the content area department and not
                                                                                                        See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                                                   through the School of Education.
                                                                                                        for detailed course information. This department
advisor:                                                                                                manages the following course prefixes:
                                                   license/DeGRee aReas
  Rick Dumont
                                                   A Baccalaureate Degree (BS and BA) may be            - EDSC, Secondary Education
     Office: ME 114a                               earned in the following content area departments:
     Telephone: 801-863-8478                       Art Education, ASL and Deaf Studies Education,
                                                   Biology Education, Business/Marketing
school of education                                Education, Chemistry/Physics Education, Dance
  Dean: Briant J. Farnsworth                       Education, Earth Science Education, English
                                                   Education, History Education, Mathematics
    Office: ME 117b
                                                   Education, Music Education, Physical Education
    Telephone: 801-863-8006
                                                   Teacher Education, Theatre Arts Education,
                                                   School Health Education, and Spanish Education.
secondary education Partner Districts
  Alpine School District                           aDmission & Retention
  Canyons School District                          Admission to the Secondary Education Program
  Granite School District                          is required for enrollment in professional studies
                                                   level courses. Admission criteria*: 1) ACT exam
  Jordan School District
                                                   (re-take required if 7 years or older) composite
  Nebo School District
                                                   score of 20 or higher with no individual score
  North Summit School District                     lower than 19; 2) GPA of 2.75 or higher; and 3)
  Park City School District                        an interview directed by the Teacher Education
  Provo School District                            Admission and Retention Committee. Applicants
  South Summit School District                     are accepted into the Teacher Education Program
  Wasatch School District                          for fall and spring semesters after meeting
                                                   entrance requirements. Applicants are also
                                                   required to complete a pre-assessment evaluation
PRofessional teacheR
                                                   following acceptance into the program.
eDucation PRoGRam
The Professional Teacher Education Program         *Please contact the Secondary Education Advisor
at Utah Valley University is designed to prepare   for the current admission requirements.
quality, entry-level candidates for teaching in
secondary education programs grades 6-12.          To continue in the program, students are
All students who matriculate in the professional   expected to maintain all program standards. They

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Electrical Automation & Robotics Technology

            Electrical                              as industrial and commercial electrical wiring.             aas in
                                                                                                                mechatronics technology                       69 Credits

           Automation
                                                                                                                General Education Requirements:               20 Credits
                                                    caReeR oPPoRtunities                                         •  ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                   3.0
                                                                                                                 •  MATH 1050 College Algebra                           4.0

           & Robotics
                                                    EART students may be employed in many                        •  COMM 1020 Public Speaking                           3.0
                                                    different occupations. They may work in mining               or English 2310 Technical Communication
                                                                                                                 or Other Humanities distribution course approved by
                                                    industries, steel mills, processing plants,
           Technology
                                                                                                                    Dept. Chair
                                                    oil refineries, power plants, manufacturing,                Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                    semiconductor industries, electronics companies,             • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                    and chemical industries. Job duties may                      • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                                and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                    include construction, fabrication, maintenance,
Department of engineering Graphics &                                                                             • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)
                                                    troubleshooting, repair, calibration, test and               • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
Design technology
                                                    design. They may work with automatic control                 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                    systems, AC and DC control components,                      Complete the following:
                                                                                                                 • PHYS 2010 College Physics I                          4.0
Department chair: Robert Price                      motors, programmable control, microprocessors,               • PHYS 2015 College Physics I Lab                      1.0
  Office: CS 704g                                   computers, and robots. Advancement to                        • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0
                                                    supervisor and management positions within the               or PES 1097      Fitness for Life (2.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8145                                                                                       Discipline Core Requirements:                 49 Credits
                                                    electrical field is frequently available.
                                                                                                                 • CS 1400        Fundamentals of Programming           3.0
                                                                                                                 • CS 2810        Computer Organization and             3.0
administrative support: christine bigelow                                                                                         Architecture
  Office: CS 704                                    PRoGRams                                                     •    EENG 2700   Digital Design I                      3.0
                                                                                                                 •    EENG 2705   Digital Design I Lab                  1.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8363                           Three options are available: Associate in Applied            •    MATH 1060   Trigonometry                          3.0
                                                    Science Degree, Associate in Science Degree,                 •    MECH 1010   Introduction to Mechatronics          3.0
                                                                                                                 •    MECH 1020   Mechanical Systems                    3.0
Program coordinator: Dave adams                     and the Bachelor of Science in Technology                    •    MECH 2030   Sensor Technology                     3.0
  Office: CS 620                                    Management. See Graduation Requirements in                   •    MECH 2040   Control Technology                    3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-6052                           catalog for definitions.                                     •    MECH 3050   Mechatronics Integration Projects     3.0
                                                                                                                 •    MECH 3060   Mechatronics Management               3.0
                                                    Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0              •    MECH 1510   Software Tools for Mechatronics       3.0
                                                                                                                 •    MECH 2520   Introduction to Control Systems       4.0
faculty:                                            (C) or above is required for graduation.                                      Programming
  Associate Professor                                                                                            • MECH 2530      Advanced Control Systems              4.0
                                                    Management (i.e. Technology Management or                                     Programming
    Dave Adams                                      Business Management) course work older than                  • MECH 3540      Embedded Control Systems              3.0
  Assistant Professor                               six years cannot be counted toward graduation.               • MECH 1800      Basic Electronics AC and DC           4.0
    Carl Wood                                                                                                   Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                                                 1 Completion of 69 or more credit hours.
  Lecturer                                          If student chooses HIST 2700 and HIST 2710,                  2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above, with no
    Robert Benson                                   the additional three hours may be used towards a               core course below a C-.
                                                    social science distribution requirement.                     3 Residency hours: minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                                                                   course attendance at UVU.
advisor:                                                                                                         4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
  Jessie Stewart
                                                    aas in electrical automation                                   requirements.

    Office: CS 635
                                                    and Robotics technology      68 Credits
                                                    General Education Requirements:             18 Credits
    Telephone: 801-863-6597                          • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                  3.0   as Pre-major in
                                                     • Any approved Humanities or Fine Art                3.0   electrical automation
advisory committee:
                                                     • Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or
                                                       Political Science Distribution Course
                                                                                                          3.0   and Robotics technology                       63 Credits
                                                     • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety,   1.0
                                                                                                                General Education Requirements:               35 Credits
Kent Brown, Porter Brown Sales, Inc.; J.R.                                                                       • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
                                                       or Environment Course
Christensen, Lyle W. Williams Company, Inc.;         • Any approved Biology or Physical Science           2.0
                                                                                                                 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
Brad Hardman, Stoffer; David Hill, Bruce Lindsay,                                                                                  Social Sciences
                                                     • EART 1050 Applied Electrical Math                  5.0
                                                                                                                 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
Arch Coal, Inc.; Hamilton Shattuck, IM Flash        Discipline Core Requirements:               50 Credits                         Technology (3.0)
Technologies; Russ Terry, Codale Electric Supply,    • EART 1130 Basic Electrical                        4.0    Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                     • EART 1180 Basic Electrical Lab                    5.0
Inc.; Jim Bird, Kennecott; Tyson Bunker, US          • EART 1250 Electrical Wiring and Code              2.0
                                                                                                                 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
Synthetic; Jeff Freestone, B.H.I.; Krtis Franz,                                                                  • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
                                                     • EART 1260 Logic                                   2.0     • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
Rockwell Automation; Nasir Khan, BD Medical;         • EART 1280 DC and AC Machines                      5.0    Complete one of the following:                          3.0
Steve Brown, Alpine School District.                 • EART 1285 DC and AC Machines Lab                  4.0     • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                     • EART 2110 Semiconductors Devices                  6.0    and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                     • EART 2150 Hydraulics and Pneumatics               3.0
college of technology & computing                    • EART 2160 Industrial Solid State Circuit          5.0
                                                                                                                 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                                                                 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                 • EART 2250 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 5.0            • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                     • EART 2260 Advanced Logic                          3.0     • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
    Office: CS 720                                   • EART 2270 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 6.0           Complete the following:
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                         Graduation Requirements:                                     • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
                                                     1 Completion of a minimum of 68 semester credits            • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0
                                                     2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.          or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
This department offers degrees in Electrical           (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                  Distribution Courses
Automation and Robotics Technology (EART) and        3 Residency hours: minimum of 20 credit hours through       • Biology                                              3.0
Mechatronics Technology.                               course attendance at UVU                                  • Physical Science                                     3.0
                                                     4 Completion of GE and specified departmental               • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0
                                                       requirements
The EART degrees prepare students for                                                                            • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
work with all types of electrical automated                                                                      • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0
                                                                                                                 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0
control systems and automated manufacturing                                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:                 16 Credits
equipment. Students also receive training to work                                                                • Choose from EART or related courses (1000 level 16.0
with hydraulic and pneumatic equipment as well                                                                     or higher)



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                                                                               Electrical Automation & Robotics Technology
Elective Requirements:                          12 Credits
 • Electives (1000 level or higher)                      12.0
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above
   (Department may require a higher GPA.)
 3 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through
   course attendance at UVU.
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
   requirements.


bs in technology management 124 Credits
The following Technical Area is available (see the
Technology Management section of this catalog for
complete degree requirement listings.)
emphasis in electrical automation and
Robotics technology                 45 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                          44 Credits
 •   EART 1130     Basic Electrical                       4.0
 •   EART 1050     Applied Electrical Math                5.0
 •   EART 1180     Basic Electrical Lab                   5.0
 •   EART 1260     Logic                                  2.0
 •   EART 1280     DC and AC Machines                     5.0
 •   EART 1285     DC and AC Machines Labs                4.0
 •   EART 2110     Semiconductors Devices                 6.0
 •   EART 2150     Hydraulics and Pneumatics              3.0
 •   EART 2160     Industrial Solid State Circuit         5.0
 •   EART 2250     Programmable Logic Controllers 1       5.0
Elective Requirements:                           1 Credits
Electives in EART based on chosen option (students        1.0
must see advisor for list of approved course options).



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- EART, Electrical Automation and Robotics
           Technology
- EGDT, Engineering Graphics and
           Design Technology
- ENGR, Engineering
- GIS, Geographic Information Systems
- MECH, Mechatronics Technology
- SURV, Land Surveing




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Emergency Services

            Emergency                                institute for emergency services &
                                                     homeland security
                                                                                                                       PRoGRam ReQuiRements
                                                                                                                       foR enRollment

             Services                                  Under the direction of the Associate Dean
                                                       Telephone: 801-863-7700
                                                                                                                       There are departmental enrollment requirements
                                                                                                                       for Recruit Candidate Academy (RCA) courses
                                                                                                                       and Firefighter/Paramedic courses. Enrollment
                                                     advisory board, institute of emergency                            into certain off-campus or block course sections
Department chair: Gary noll                                                                                            each semester may be limited to those with
                                                     services & homeland security:
  Office: FS 213                                                                                                       existing professional certifications and/or already
                                                     Vincent Liddiard, Dugway Proving Grounds; Jeff                    employed by an emergency services agency.
  Telephone: 801-863-7741                            Maxfield, Utah Valley University; Steve Lutz, Utah
  E-mail: gary.noll@uvu.edu                          Valley University; Darryl Pranger, Utah Valley                    Recruit Candidate Academy courses include
                                                     University; Ron Morris, Utah State Fire Marshal;                  ESFF 250A and 250B. Enrollment is done by
faculty:                                             Gary Noll, Utah Valley University; Lieutenant                     means of a program application process. Prior to
                                                     Colonel Bart Berry, Utah National Guard; Shawn                    enrollment, students must:
  Professor
                                                     Peppers, Division of Homeland Security-Private
    Gary Noll                                        Sector and Critical Infrastructure; Mary Maughan,                 1. Complete all UVU admission requirements.
  Associate Professor                                Senator Robert Bennett’s Office (ad hoc).                         2. Meet with an Emergency Services Advisor.
    Jeff Maxfield                                                                                                      3. Complete ESFF 1000, ESFF 1120, and ESEC
    Margaret Mittelman                               college of aviation & Public services                                1140 courses with at least a “C-” or equivalent.
    Barry Stone                                        Dean: TBD                                                       4. Complete ENGL 1010; MAT 1010 or MAT
  Assistant Professor                                    Office: TBD                                                      1000; any approved Humanities distribution
    Steve Allred                                         Telephone: TBD                                                   course; any approved Behavioral Science,
    Andrew Byrnes                                                                                                         Social or Political Science distribution course;
    John Fisher                                                                                                           any approved Biology or Physical Science
                                                     caReeR oPPoRtunities
    Eric Russell                                                                                                          distribution course; any approved Physical
  Lecturer
                                                      Federal Emergency
                                                      Management Agency
                                                                                       State, County and Municipal
                                                                                       Fire Departments
                                                                                                                          Education, Health, Safety or Environment
    Rodger Broome                                                                                                         course.
                                                      The United States Department     State, County and Municipal
                                                      of Defense                       Police Departments              5. Complete 6 credits of the following: ESFO
                                                                                                                          1100, ESFO 1110, ESFO 2050, ESFO 2080,
advisors:                                             The United States Department
                                                      of Homeland Security
                                                                                       State, County and Municipal
                                                                                       Emergency Management               ESWF 1400, ESEC 1160.
                                                                                       Departments
  Bonnie Fehr                                                                                                          6. Successfully complete an approved Physical
    Office: FS 214                                    Federal Fire and Emergency       Private industries to include
                                                      Service Agencies                 the Insurance Industry             Ability Test (typically the CPAT) within 9
    Telephone: 801-863-7798                                                                                               months before start date.
                                                      Federal Law Enforcement          Public and Private Loss
    E-mail: emergencyservices@uvu.edu                 Agencies                         Prevention Positions            7. Obtain a physical examination that includes a
                                                                                                                          current TB test within 6 months of start date.
  Mary Ellis                                                                                                           8. Be at least 18 years old and have a valid
    Office: FS 216                                   emPloyment outlook                                                   driver’s license.
    Telephone: 801-863-7798                               Profession             Positions           Median Income     9. Pass a Recruit Candidate Academy review
                                                                                (Nationally)
    E-mail: emergencyservices@uvu.edu                                                                                     board.
                                                      Emergency                  12,000+*             $50,460.00*
                                                      Manager                                                          10. Be matriculated into the Recruit Candidate
utah fire & Rescue academy (ufRa):                    Law Enforcement            633,700+*            $51,410.00*
                                                                                                                          Academy program.
  Director: Hugh Connor                               Fire and Rescue           298,000+*             $44,260.00*
  Assistant Director: Jolene Nuttall                                                                                   Paramedic program courses include ESEC 3110,
                                                      Fire Inspectors and        12,900+*             $53,030.00*
                                                      Investigators                                                    3120, 3130, 3140, 4110, and 4120. Enrollment is
  Assistant Director: Chuck Querry
                                                      *Current employment/salary statistics according to the Bureau
                                                                                                                       done by means of a program application process.
                                                      of Labor Statistics                                              Prior to enrollment students must:
  Office & Training Facilities:
     Provo Airport                                                                                                     1. Complete ZOOL 1090 with a grade of “C” or
     Location: 3131 Mike Jense Parkway               class scheDulinG                                                     higher.
     Telephone: 801-863-7700                                                                                           2. Obtain Accuplacer Sentence Skills/Reading
                                                     Emergency Services classes are scheduled
     Fax: 801-863-7738                                                                                                    Comprehension scores of 85+/ 65+, or ACT
                                                     to meet the needs of traditional students and
                                                                                                                          English/ACT Reading scores of 18+/ 18+,
     Web: www.uvu.edu/ufra                           firefighters working various shift assignments.
                                                                                                                          or ACT English/ACT Composite scores of
                                                     During each semester, classes are offered during
                                                                                                                          19+/19+, or SAT English score of 500+, or
advisory committee, utah fire service                the day, afternoons, evenings and weekends.
                                                                                                                          completion of ENGH 0990 or higher. ACT or
standards & training council:                        Classes designed primarily for working firefighters
                                                                                                                          SAT reports may not be older than 10 years.
                                                     are scheduled on a weekend or seminar basis,
Ryan Eckhardt, Utah State Fire Chiefs’               and are often available for either college credit                 3. Obtain Accuplacer Arithmetic score ≥ 100 or
Association; Brady George, Utah State Fireman’s      or continuing education credit. The seminar                          Elementary Algebra score of 44-58 or ACT
Association; Mike Riley, Utah Hazardous              sessions are not always listed in the College                        mathematics score of 19+, or SAT mathematics
Materials Institute; Gary Hodson, International      semester schedule, but are announced through                         score of 450+, or completion of MAT 0990 or
Association of Arson Investigators; Tracy Dunford,   the bi-monthly Straight Tip newsletter. For more                     higher, or completion of ESFF 1350. ACT or
Fire Management Coordinator, Utah Division of        information on currently scheduled classes, call                     SAT reports may not be older than 10 years.
Forestry, Fire and State Lands; Craig Golden,        801-863-7700, or check our web page at www.                       4. Be able to comply with criminal background
Professional Firefighters of Utah; Ray Stokes,       uvu.edu/ufra.                                                        check requirements of UCA 26-8a-310 for
Utah Fire Service Certification Council; Jason                                                                            certification as a paramedic in the state of
Earl, Utah Training Officers Association; Merlon                                                                          Utah.
Spendlove, Emergency Medical Services; Brent                                                                           5. Have a current Utah EMT-Basic certification
Halladay, Utah State Fire Marshall’s Office.                                                                              and have current CPR certification.


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6. Be at least 18 years old and have a valid                                                                                             NOTE: Upon completion, students are eligible to apply for
   driver’s license.
                                                                    aas in emergency services                           63 Credits       certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-
                                                                    General Education Requirements:                    16 Credits        Paramedic through the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical
7. Have current vaccinations, including Hepatitis                    • ENGL 1010         Introduction to Writing                  3.0    Services.
   B, MMR and Tdap.                                                  • ESFO 1350         Fire Protection Hydraulics and           3.0    Footnote:
                                                                                         Water Supply                                     1 Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits.
8. Have current TB test results within one                           or   MAT 1010       Intermediate Algebra (4.0)                       2 Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits.
   calendar year.                                                    or   MAT 1000       Integrated Beginning and                         3 Repeatable for a maximum of 4 credits.
9. Obtain a current physical examination.                                                Intermediate Algebra (5.0)
                                                                     •    Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign          3.0
10. Pass a paramedic course entry examination
     and interview.
                                                                          Language Distribution Course (COMM 1020
                                                                          Recommended)
                                                                                                                                         aas in Wildland fire
                                                                     •    Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or             3.0    management                                       63 Credits
                                                                          Political Science Distribution Course (PSY 1010 or             General Education Requirements:                 16 Credits
PRoGRams                                                                  SOC 1010 Recommended)                                           • ENGL 1010         Introduction to Writing                3.0
                                                                     •    Any approved Biology or Physical Science                3.0     • ESFO 1350         Fire Protection Hydraulics and         3.0
Programs Available: Bachelor of Science in                                Distribution Course                                                                 Water Supply
Emergency Services Administration: Emergency                         •    Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety         1.0     or   MAT 1010       Intermediate Algebra (4.0)
                                                                          or Environment Course (PES 1097 recommended)                    or   MAT 1000       Integrated Beginning and
Management; Bachelor of Science in Emergency
                                                                    Discipline Core Requirements:                      16 Credits                             Intermediate Algebra (5.0)
Services Administration: Emergency Care;                             • ESFF 250A        Firefighter Recruit Candidate             8.0     •    Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign        3.0
Associate in Science in Emergency Services;                                             Academy I                                              Language Distribution Course (COMM 1020
Associate in Applied Science in Emergency                            • ESFF 250B        Firefighter Recruit Candidate             8.0          Recommended)
                                                                                        Academy I                                         •    Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or           3.0
Services: Fire Officer; Associate in Applied                                                                                                   Political Science Distribution Course (PSY 1010 or
                                                                    Emphasis:
Science in Emergency Services: Emergency                            Complete one of the following:                                             SOC 1010 Recommended)
Care; Associate in Applied Science in Wildland                       • Fire Officer                                              31.0     •    Any approved Biology or Physical Science              3.0
Fire Management; One-Year Certificate: Fire                          • Firefighter/Emergency Care                                31.0          Distribution Course
                                                                    Graduation Requirements:                                              •    Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety       1.0
Recruit Candidate; One-Year Certificate:                                                                                                       or Environment Course (PES 1097 recommended)
                                                                     1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
Paramedic.                                                           2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.                  Discipline Core Requirements:                   18 Credits
                                                                     3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through             Choose 18 credits from the following:                18.0
Students may earn only one Associate in Applied                        course attendance at UVU.                                          • ESWF 1310 S131 Firefighter Type 1 (0.5)
Science Degree in Emergency Services that is                         4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                        • ESWF 1330 S133 Look Up Look Down Look
                                                                       requirements.                                                                       Around (0.5)
posted to the UVU transcript.                                                                                                             • ESWF 1400 Wildland Firefighting Fundamentals
                                                                                                                                                           (4.0)
Certificate in                                                      Emphasis in Fire Officer                            31 credits        • ESWF 1410 Wildland Firefighter internship I (5.0)
Firefighter Recruit Candidate 31 Credits                            General Education Requirements:                    15 Credits         • ESWF 1420 Wildland Firefighter Internship II (5.0)
                                                                    Choose 15 credits from the following:           15.0                  • ESWF 2000 S200 Initial Attack Incident
Discipline Core Requirements:                       31 Credits       • ESFO 1100 Fire Behavior and Combustion (3.0)                                        Commander Type 4 (1.0)
Complete the following:                                                                                                                   • ESWF 2010 I200 Basic Incident Command
                                                                     • ESFO 1110 Fire Prevention (3.0)
 • ESEC 1140 Emergency Medical Technician-                    9.0                                                                                          System (1.0)
                                                                     • ESFF 1110 Fire Prevention (3.0)
                  -Basic                                                                                                                  • ESWF 2110 S211 Portable Pumps and Water
                                                                     • ESFO 1350 Fire Protection Hydraulics and
 • ESFF 1000 Introduction to Emergency Services               4.0                                                                                          Use (1.5)
                                                                                      Water Supply (3.0)
                  and Ability Testing                                                                                                     • ESWF 2150 S215 Fire Operations in the
                                                                     • ESFO 2030 Fire Inspector I (3.0)
 or ESFF 100A Introduction to Emergency Services                                                                                                           Wildland Urban Interface (2.0)
                                                                     • ESFO 2050 Fire Protection and Detection
                  (3.0)                                                                                                                   • ESWF 2301 S230 Crew Boss Single Resource
                                                                                      Systems (3.0)
and ESFF 100B Firefighter Physical Ability Testing                                                                                                         (2.0)
                                                                     • ESFO 2080 Building Construction for the Fire
                  (1.0)                                                                                                                   • ESWF 2340 S234 Ignition Operations (2.0)
                                                                                      Services (3.0)
 • ESFF 1120 Principles of Fire and Emergency                 3.0                                                                         • ESWF 2430 Wildland Firefighter Internship
                                                                     • ESFO 2100 Fire Officer I: Supervision and
                  Services Safety and Survival                                                                                                             III (5.0)
                                                                                      Leadership (3.0)
 • ESFF 250A Recruit Candidate Academy I                      3.0                                                                         • ESWF 2600 S260 Interagency Incident Business
                                                                     • ESFO 2310 Fire Investigator I (3.0)
 • ESFF 250B Recruit Candidate Academy II                     3.0                                                                                          Management (1.0)
                                                                    Emphasis Elective Requirements:                    16 Credits
Graduation Requirements:                                               • Any Emergency Services or related advisor                16.0    • ESWF 2700 S270 Basic Air Operations (1.0)
  1 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above, with                                                                                 • ESWF 2800 L280 Followership to Leadership (1.0)
                                                                         approved courses
     completion of each Emergency Services class with a                                                                                   • ESWF 2900 S290 Intermediate Wildland Fire
                                                                    NOTE: Upon completion, students are eligible to apply for
     C- or higher.                                                                                                                                         Behavior (2.0)
                                                                    certification at the Fire Inspector I, Fire Investigator, Fire
Note: CERTIFICATION: Upon completion of courses for                                                                                      Elective Requirements:                          29 Credits
                                                                    Service Instructor I, Fire Service Instructor II, Fire Officer
the Basic Recruit Certificate, students are eligible to apply                                                                             • Any Emergency Services or advisor approved              29.0
                                                                    I, and Fire Officer II levels through the Utah Fire Service
for certification at the Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Hazardous                                                                           courses
                                                                    Certification system.
Materials First Responder-Awareness and Hazardous                                                                                        Graduation Requirements:
Materials First Responder-Operations levels through the                                                                                   1 Completion of a minimum of 63 semester credits.
Utah Fire Science Certification System. Students are also           emphasis in                                                           2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
eligible for certification at the Emergency Medical
Technician-Basic level through the Utah Bureau of
                                                                    Firefighter/Emergency Care                          31 credits        3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                    Emphasis Requirements                                    15.0           course attendance at UVU.
Emergency Medical Services.                                                                                                               4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                    Choose one of the following:                          15.0
                                                                    Firefighter Option                                                      requirements.
                                                                      • ESFF 100A Introduction to Emergency
Certificate in Paramedic                            31 Credits                         Services(3.0)
Discipline Core Requirements:
Complete the following:
                                                    31 Credits        • ESFF 1120 Principles of Fire and Emergency                       as Pre-major in
 • ESEC 3110 Paramedic I                                      5.0
                                                                                       Services Safety and Survival (3.0)
                                                                      • ESEC 1140 Emergency Medical Technician-
                                                                                                                                         emergency services                              60 Credits
 • ESEC 3120 Paramedic I Lab                                  3.0                                                                        General Education Requirements:                 35 Credits
                                                                                       -Basic (9.0)
 • ESEC 3130 Paramedic II                                     7.0                                                                        Complete the following:
                                                                    Student/Non-Affiliated Option
 • ESEC 3140 Paramedic III                                    4.0                                                                         • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                        3.0
                                                                      • ESEC 3110 Paramedic I (5.0)
 • ESEC 4110 Paramedic IV                                     6.0                                                                         • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing--Humanities/              3.0
                                                                      • ESEC 3120 Paramedic I Lab (3.0)
 • ESEC 4120 Paramedic Clinical Concepts                      6.0                                                                                          Social Sciences
                                                                      • ESEC 3130 Paramedic II (7.0)
Graduation Requirements:                                                                                                                  or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                                    Student/Non-Affiliated Option
 1 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.                                                                                                        Technology (3.0)
                                                                      • ESMG 491R Topics in Cardiology and Medical
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.) Upon                                                                                          Complete one of the following:                              3.0
                                                                                       Trends (1.0) 1
   completion, students are eligible to apply for                                                                                         • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
                                                                      • ESMG 492R Topics in Trauma and
   certification as an Emergency Medical Technician/                                                                                                       (recommended for Humanities or
                                                                                       Pharmacology (1.0) 2
   Paramedic through the Utah Bureau of Emergency                                                                                                          Arts majors (3.0)
                                                                      • ESMG 493R Topics in Medical Litigation 1.0) 3
   Medical Services.                                                                                                                      • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
                                                                    Emphasis Elective Requirements:                    16 Credits                          (recommended for Social Science
                                                                     • Any Emergency Services or related advisor                 16.0                      majors) (3.0)
                                                                       approved courses



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 • MATH 1050       College Algebra (recommended for           • ESMG 4650 Emergency Services Capstone                3.0    See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
                   Business, Education, Science, and         Elective Requirements:                         32 Credits      for detailed course information. This department
                   Health Professions majors) (4.0)           • Any Emergency Services or related advisor           15.0    manages the following course prefixes:
Complete one of the following:                         3.0      approved courses.
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                         • Any courses 1000 or higher                          17.0
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)               Emphasis:                                                      - ES, Emergency Services
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                     Complete one of the following:                                 - ESAF, Emergency Services - Aircraft Rescue
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                  • Emergency Care                                      31.0              Firefighting
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          • Emergency Management                                25.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                                                                                            - ESEC, Emergency Services - Emergency Care
                                                             Graduation Requirements:
Complete the following:                                       1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.
                                                                                                                            - ESFF, Emergency Services - Firefighting
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above, with       - ESFO, Emergency Services - Fire Officer
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 completion of each Emergency Services class with a          - ESMG, Emergency Services - Management
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0      “C-” or higher.
Distribution Courses
                                                                                                                            - ESWF, Emergency Services - Wildland
                                                              3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
 • Biology                                             3.0      course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
                                                                                                                                      Firefighter
 • Physical Science                                    3.0      earned in the last 45 hours.
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • Humanities Distribution                             3.0      requirements.
 • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0    5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0      Intercultural course.
Discipline Core Requirements:               25 Credits
 • ESFF 1000      Introduction to Emergency Services 4.0
                  and Ability Testing                        emphasis in emergency care                      31 credits
 or ESFF 100A Introduction to Emergency Services             Emphasis Requirements:                         31 Credits
                  (3.0)                                      Choose one of the following two options for 31 credits: 31.0
and ESFF 1000 Firefighter Physical Ability Testing           Student/Non-Affiliated Option
                  (1.0)                                       • ESEC 3110 Paramedic I (5.0)
 or Sufficient Emergency Services work experience             • ESEC 3120 Paramedic I Lab (3.0)
 • Any Emergency Services advisor approved          21.0      • ESEC 3130 Paramedic II (7.0)
    courses                                                   • ESEC 3140 Paramedic III (4.0)
Graduation Requirements:                                      • ESEC 4110 Paramedic IV (6.0)
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.            • ESEC 4120 Paramedic Clinical Concepts (6.0)
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.          Paramedic/Affiliated Option
 3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through        • ESMG 481R Emergency Services Internship
   course attendance at UVU.                                                    (1.0) 1
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                • ESMG 491R Topics in Cardiology and Medical
   requirements.                                                                Trends (1.0) 2
                                                              • ESMG 492R Topics in Trauma and
                                                                                Pharmacology (1.0) 3
bs in emergency services                                      • ESMG 493R Topics in Medical Litigation 1.0) 4
                                                             Footnote:
administration           120-126 Credits                      1   Repeatable for a maximum of 15 credits.
General Education Requirements:             35 Credits        2   Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits.
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0    3   Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits.
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0    4   Repeatable for a maximum of 4 credits.
                   Social Sciences
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                   Technology (3.0)                          emphasis in emergency management 25 credits
Complete one of the following:                         3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                         25 Credits
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                    Complete 25 credits from the following:           25.0
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)                 • ESMG 3150 Public Program Administration (3.0)
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)                            • ESMG 3300 Master Planning for Public
Complete one of the following:                         3.0                     Emergency Services (3.0)
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      • ESMG 3350 Analytical Research Approaches to
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                          Public Emergency Services (3.0)
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                • ESMG 3600 Psychology of Emergency Services
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                   (3.0)
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          • ESMG 4150 Humanitarian Services and
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                Disaster Relief (3.0)
Complete the following:                                       • ESMG 4200 Disaster Response and the Public (3.0)
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0    • ESMG 4400 Legal Considerations for the
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                                Emergency Services (3.0)
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0    • ESMG 445G Human Factors in Emergency
Distribution Courses                                                           Management (3.0)
 • Biology                                             3.0    • ESMG 4550 Principles of Disaster and
 • Physical Science                                    3.0                     Emergency Management (3.0)
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0    • ESMG 4600 Public Administration and
 • Humanities Distribution                             3.0                     Emergency Management (3.0)
 • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0    • ESMG 489R Special Topics in Emergency
 • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0                     Management (1.0) 1
Discipline Core Requirements:               28 Credits       Footnote:
 • ESFF 1000      Introduction to Emergency Services   4.0    1 Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits.
                  and Ability Testing
 or Sufficient emergency services work experience
 or ESFF 100A Introduction to Emergency Services             bs in
                  (3.0)
and ESFF 100B Firefighter Physical Ability Testing           technology management                          124 Credits
                  (1.0)                                      The following Technical Area is available (see the
 • ESEC 1140 Emergency Medical Technician-             9.0   Technology Management section of this catalog for
                  -Basic                                     complete degree requirement listings.)
 • ESMG 310G Introduction to Homeland Security         3.0
 • ESMG 3200 Health and Safety Program                 3.0   emphasis in emergency services                  45 credits
                  Management                                 Emphasis Requirements:                         45 Credits
 • ESMG 3250 Managing Emergency Medical                3.0    • Any Emergency Services advisor approved             45.0
                  Services                                      courses.
 • ESMG 4500 Customer Service and Marketing            3.0
                  for the Emergency Services


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                                                                                         Engineering Graphics & Design Technology
                                                                                                            Degree with a drafting pre-major or a Bachelor of
      Engineering                                 caReeR oPPoRtunities
                                                  The Engineering Graphics and Design
                                                                                                            Science in Technology Management Degree in
                                                                                                            Drafting Technology.
      Graphics &                                  Technology program prepares students for
                                                  design, 3D modeling, surveying, and drafting              Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0
                                                  careers in mechanical, architectural, structural,         (C) or above is required for graduation.
   Design Technology                              civil, and electrical/electronic fields. Jobs
                                                  are available with architects, cities, counties,
                                                  states, the federal government, engineering
                                                                                                            aas in Drafting technology                    67 Credits
                                                                                                            General Education Requirements:               19 Credits
                                                  and surveying companies, mines, research and              ENGLISH                                                 3.0
Department chair: Robert Price                    development companies, and the mechanical,                 • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (3.0)
  Office: CS 704g                                 structural steel, architectural development,               or MGMT 2200 Business Communication (3.0)
                                                                                                            MATHEMATICS
  Telephone: 801-863- 8145 or 801-863-8363        electronics, construction, and fire protection             • EGDT 1600 Technical Math--Algebra                    3.0
                                                  industries. In addition, because of the broad              or MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
                                                  nature of the program, graduates are prepared              • EGDT 1610 Technical Math--Geometry/Trig              3.0
administrative support: christine bigelow                                                                    or MATH 1060 Trigonometry (3.0)
                                                  to succeed in most technical fields. For example,
  Office: CS 704                                                                                            HUMANITITES/FINE ARTS/FOREIGN LANGUAGE                  3.0
                                                  they can work as manufacturing, industrial                 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values (highly
  Telephone: 801-863-8363                         engineering, and construction technicians as well                          recommended) (3.0)
                                                  as in functional areas of purchasing, estimating,          • Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign
                                                  bidding, plant management, quality control,                   Language Distribution Course
faculty:                                                                                                    SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE                           3.0
                                                  expediting, and sales.                                     • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior (3.0)
  Professor
                                                                                                             or Any approved Behavioral Science, Social, or Political
    Rod Kendall                                   job Description – engineering Graphics &                      Science
    David Manning                                 Design technology                                         BIOLOGY OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE
    Darin Taylor                                                                                             • PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics                         3.0
                                                  Engineering Graphics Technicians (formerly                PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH/SAFETY OR                     1.0
  Associate Professor                             Drafters/Designers) translate ideas from design           ENVIRONMENT
    Danial Perry                                  layouts, specifications, rough sketches, and               • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety or
                                                                                                                Environment Course
    Robert Price                                  calculations of engineers & architects into               Discipline Core Requirements:                 40 Credits
    Sid Smith                                     working drawings, maps, plans, and illustrations           •   EGDT 1010    Electrical-Electronic Drafting        3.0
  Assistant Professor                             which are used in making products, structures,             •   EGDT 1020    3D Architectural Modeling             3.0
                                                  land development, and civil infrastructure. They           •   EGDT 1040    Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD      3.0
    Howard Bezzant                                                                                           •   EGDT 1070    3 Dimensional Computer Modeling       3.0
                                                  prepare 3D computer models and 2D drawings                 •   EGDT 1100    Architectural Drafting                3.0
                                                  using Computer Aided Drafting, Design, and 3D              •   EGDT 1200    Mechanical Drafting                   3.0
advisor:                                          modeling systems. They perform design and                  •   EGDT 1300    Structural Drafting                   3.0
  Jessie Stewart                                  drafting work in mechanical, electrical/electronic,        •   EGDT 1400    Surveying                             4.0
                                                                                                             •   EGDT 2020    Descriptive Geometry                  3.0
    Office: CS 635                                structural, architectural, civil, piping, and technical    •   EGDT 2040    Piping Drafting                       2.0
    Telephone: 801-863-6597                       illustration fields. They make mathematical                •   EGDT 2050    Plate Layout                          2.0
                                                  calculations using algebra, trigonometry, plane            •   EGDT 2600    Statics                               3.0
                                                  and solid geometry, applied mechanics, strength            •   EGDT 2610    Strength of Materials                 3.0
advisory committee:                               of materials and basic physics.                            •   EGDT 2850    Cooperative Correlated Instruction/   0.5
                                                                                                                              Orientation
Architectural: Kevin Madson, KMA Architects;                                                                 • EGDT 2860      Cooperative Correlated Instruction/   0.5
Curtis Miner, Curtis Miner Architecture; Tyson    The Engineering Graphics Technician                                         SkillsUSA
Munfor, Rooftop Anchors Inc.; Alan Shurtliff,     works closely with both professional and                   • EGDT 2870      Portfolio and Career Preparation      1.0
Pontis Architectural Group.                       nonprofessional people and acts as a liaison              Elective Requirements:                         8 Credits
                                                  between the shop or field and the engineering             Choose three courses from the following list for a 8.0
Civil: Glen Baron, Foster Wheeler USA                                                                       minimum of 8 credits:
                                                  office. Professional appearance and work habits            • EGDT 1060 MicroStation (2.0)
Corporation; Matt Brown, MW Brown Engineering;    are essential.                                             • EGDT 1080 AutoLisp (2.0)
Dave Roberts, FLSmidth; Brandt Tuttle, Northern                                                              • EGDT 2010 Advanced Electrical--CAD (2.0)
Engineering; Alan York, Provo City.               job Description – land surveying                           • EGDT 2100 Advanced Architectural (3.0)
                                                                                                             • EGDT 2200 Advanced Mechanical--CAD (3.0)
                                                  Surveying Technicians work out-of-doors                    • EGDT 2300 Advanced Structural--CAD (3.0)
Electrical: Kevin Armatage L-3 Communications;
                                                  performing surveys of property, roads, pipelines,          • EGDT 2310 Structural Steel Modeling (3.0)
Roger Clement, South Valley Water                                                                            • EGDT 2400 Surveying Applications (4.0)
                                                  subdivisions, and all types of construction
Reclammation Facility; Keith Hegerhorst,                                                                     • EGDT 2500 Land Development I (3.0)
                                                  projects. They may work in specialized fields
Hegerhorst Power Engineering.                                                                                • EGDT 2710 Special Problems--Mechanical (2.0)
                                                  such as topographic mapping, and mine and                  • EGDT 2720 Special Problems--Surveying (2.0)
Mechanical: Doug Nordin, GE Wind; Sean            hydrographic surveying. They use levels,                   • EGDT 2730 Special Problems--Civil Drafting
                                                  total stations, and global positioning system                               (2.0)
Peterson, Little Giant Ladders.                                                                              • EGDT 2740 Special Problems--Architectural
                                                  equipment. They make mathematical calculations                              (2.0)
Structural: Pam Foote, Steel Encounters; Steve    using algebra, trigonometry, and plane and solid           • EGDT 2750 Special Problems--Architectural
Holdaway, Tectonix Steel; Rob Schoen, Axis        geometry. They may also be called upon to                                   Rendering (2.0)
                                                  produce drawings related to their work.                    • EGDT 2760 Special Problems--Structural (2.0)
Steel Detailing.
                                                                                                             • EGDT 2780 Special Problems--Electrical (2.0)
                                                                                                             • EGDT 281R Cooperative Work Experience (1.0)
Other: Gary Roberts, Wasatch High School;         Surveyors develop good human relations skills             Graduation Requirements:
Ginger Timmerman, Prosoft.                        and professional work habits to be able to work            1 Completion of a minimum of 67 semester credits.
                                                  closely with the public.                                   2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
college of technology & computing                                                                              (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                                                             3 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through
  Dean: Ernest Carey                                                                                           course attendance at UVU.
    Office: CS 720                                PRoGRams                                                   4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                                                               requirements, including a portfolio and exit interview.
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                       Students in the Engineering Graphics and Design
                                                  Technology program may earn an Associate in
                                                  Applied Science Degree, an Associate in Science


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Engineering Graphics & Design Technology
as Pre-major in                                               cooPeRatiVe eDucation
Drafting technology                           61 Credits      Cooperative Education is highly recommended as
General Education Requirements:               35 Credits      an elective in these majors. Two credits may be
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
                                                              applied towards graduation.
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                   Social Sciences
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                   Technology (3.0)
Complete one of the following:                          3.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                     for detailed course information. This department
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
                                                              manages the following course prefixes:
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                         - EART, Electrical Automation and Robotics
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                           Technology
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      - EGDT, Engineering Graphics and Design
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                                         Technology
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)               - ENGR, Engineering
Complete the following:                                       - GIS, Geographic Information Systems
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0   - MECH, Mechatronics Technology
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
                                                              - SURV, Land Surveying
Distribution Courses
 • Biology                                              3.0
 • Physical Science                                     3.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0
 • Humanities Distribution                              3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:                 16 Credits
 • EGDT or related courses (1000 level or higher)      16.0
Elective Requirements:                        10 Credits
 • Electives (1000 level or higher)                    10.0
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 61 semester credits.
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
 3 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through
   course attendance at UVU.
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
   requirements.


bs in technology management 124 Credits
The following Technical Area is available (see the
Technology Management section of this catalog for
complete degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in Drafting technology                45 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                        45 Credits
Complete the following:
 • EGDT 1010 Electrical-Electronic Drafting             3.0
 • EGDT 1040 Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD           3.0
 • EGDT 1070 3 Dimensional Computer Modeling            3.0
 • EGDT 1080 AutoLisp                                   2.0
 • EGDT 1100 Architectural Drafting                     3.0
 • EGDT 1200 Mechanical Drafting                        3.0
 • EGDT 1300 Structural Drafting                        3.0
 • EGDT 1400 Surveying                                  4.0
 • EGDT 2020 Descriptive Geometry                       3.0
 • EGDT 2040 Piping Drafting                            2.0
 • EGDT 2050 Plate Layout                               2.0
 • EGDT 2600 Statics                                    3.0
 • EGDT 2610 Strength of Materials                      3.0
Complete 8 credits from the following:                  8.0
 • EGDT 1060 MicroStation (2.0)
 • EGDT 2010 Advanced Electrical--CAD (2.0)
 • EGDT 2100 Advanced Architectural (3.0)
 • EGDT 2200 Advanced Mechanical--CAD (3.0)
 • EGDT 2300 Advanced Structural--CAD (3.0)
 • EGDT 2310 Structural Steel Modeling (3.0)
 • EGDT 2400 Surveying Applications (4.0)



Due to the technical nature of the material in the
following courses, additional reading and math
instruction may be required. More information will
be given during advisement.




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                                                                                              English - Basic Composition
                                            Assistant Coordinator: Rebecca Disrud
      English—Basic                           Office: LI 208
                                              Telephone: 801-863-8936
       Composition                            E-mail: copasle@uvu.edu

                                          The Basic Composition/ESL Department
Department of basic composition/english   is dedicated to assisting students and
as a second language                      community members who wish to improve their
                                          reading, writing, and communication skills in
                                          preparation for taking college courses or for
Department chair: Deborah R. marrott      self-improvement. Instruction in both the Basic
  Office: LA 234e                         Composition and ESL programs emphasize
  Telephone: 801-863-8823                 helping students to think critically, comprehend
  E-mail: marrotde@uvu.edu                and respond to written texts, analyze and
  Web: www.uvu.edu/basiccomp              synthesize texts, organize ideas, use logic and
                                          support to present oral and/or written arguments
                                          and learn the conventions of academic English.
administrative support:                   The Basic Composition/ESL Department
  Elizabeth Nield                         strives to accomplish its mission by providing
     Office: LA 234a                      a learner-centered environment which allows
     Telephone: 801-863-6865              students to develop self-confidence along with
     E-mail: elizabethhn@uvu.edu          the skills necessary to succeed in their academic
                                          or occupational endeavors. The Department
                                          uses a variety of instructional formats including
  SuHyen Perez                            traditional classroom settings, computerized
    Office: LA 234a                       and on-line instruction, collaborative learning
    Telephone: 801-863-6387               activities, peer and instructor tutorials, and
    E-mail: SuHyenP@uvu.edu               individualized instruction to meet student needs.

faculty:
  Professor                               See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
    Melinda Bender                        for detailed course information. This department
    Deborah R. Marrott                    manages the following course prefixes:
  Associate Professor                     - ENGH, English-Basic Composition
    Forrest G. Williams                   - ESL, English as a Second Language
  Assistant Professor
    Chitralekha Duttagupta
    Thomas Henry
    Joshua Hilst
    Jacqueline Preston
    Sheri Rysdam

advisor:
  Lisa Williamson
     Office: LA 221r
     Telephone: 801-863-8729
     E-mail: lisa.williamson@uvu.edu
     Fax: 801-863-6462

university college
  Interim Dean: K.D. Taylor
     Office: LA 210c
     Telephone: 801-863-8949

otheR seRVices
learning strategies support
  Coordinator: Pat Nelson
    Office: LC 405q
    Telephone: 801-863-7418
    E-mail: Pat.Nelson@uvu.edu

Writing center
  Faculty Director: Joshua Hilst
  Coordinator: Leigh Ann Copas

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English & Literature
                                         Telephone: 801-863-8574
            English &
                                                                                                • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                         E-mail: DawnC@uvu.edu                                  • HIST1740        US Economic History (3.0)
                                                                                                • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)

            Literature
                                                                                                • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                      Samuel Banford                                           Compete the following:
                                                                                                • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
                                        Telephone: 801-863-6796                                 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                        E-mail: Samuel.Banford@uvu.edu                          or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0
Department chair: stephen Gibson                                                               Distribution Courses
                                                                                                • Biology                                               3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-6287          college of humanities & social sciences                      • Physical Science                                      3.0
  E-mail: stephen.gibson@uvu.edu                                                                • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0
                                      Dean: David P. Yells                                      • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature         3.0
                                        Office: LA 209d                                         • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0
assistant chair: Rick mcDonald          Telephone: 801-863-7435                                 • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0
                                                                                               Discipline Core Requirements:                15 Credits
  Telephone: 801-863-8365                                                                      Select 9 credits from the following:                   9.0
  E-mail: mcdonari@uvu.edu                                                                      • ENGL 2510 American Literature before 1865 (3.0)
                                   UVU’s English program is designed to give                    • ENGL 2520 American Literature after 1865 (3.0)
                                   students skill, confidence, and versatility in               • ENGL 2610 British Literature before 1800 (3.0)
faculty:                           writing, speaking, and interpreting texts. The               • ENGL 2620 British Literature after 1800 (3.0)
                                                                                               Complete a minimum of any two lower-division ENGL 6.0
  Professor                        program provides opportunities for students to              courses or any lower-division course listed above that
                                   consider and practice the applications of effective         has not been previously completed.
    Karin Anderson
                                   language use in diverse situations: professional,           Elective Requirements:                       10 Credits
    Rob Carney
                                   pragmatic, social, political, and aesthetic. The             • FOR AA DEGREE: One Foreign Language                   8.0
    Robert Cousins                 English program emphasizes knowledge and                     • FOR AA DEGREE: Any course 1000 or higher              2.0
    J.D. Davidson                                                                               • FOR AS DEGREE: Any course 1000 or higher             10.0
                                   use of standard English in all written work, yet            Graduation Requirements:
    Laura Hamblin                  incorporates an understanding that English is                1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.
    Lawrence S. Harper             a desirably diverse and variable phenomenon.                 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
    Rick McDonald                  The courses of study in English are designed to                (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                                                3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
    Kate McPherson                 familiarize students with much of the traditional              course attendance at UVU.
    Lee Ann Mortensen              canon of literature. They are also designed to               4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
    Kirk Rasmussen                 provide students with the critical and ethical                 requirements.
                                   skills necessary to interrogate this canon, to               5 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of
    Paul Tanner                                                                                   course work from one foreign language.
                                   incorporate and legitimize their own and others’
    Deb Thornton
                                   “different” voices, not just in the academy, but
    Jans Wager                     in any of the many situations in which language             aa/as Pre-major in
  Associate Professor              influences human activity.                                  english with an emphasis in
    Christa Albrecht-Crane                                                                     technical communication                      60 Credits
    Jolayne Call                   Students in English at UVU may choose from                  General Education Requirements:              35 Credits
    Mark Crane                     the following program options: BA/BS in English              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0
    Steve Fullmer                  with an emphasis in Creative Writing, Literary               • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/     3.0
                                   Studies, or Writing Studies; BA/BS in English                                  Social Sciences
    Stephen Gibson                                                                              or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing-Science and
                                   Education; BA/BS in Integrated Studies with                                    Technology (3.0)
    John Goshert
                                   an emphasis in English; AA/AS in English; AA/               Complete one of the following:                           3.0
    Bonnie Kyburz                  AS in English with an Emphasis in Technical                  • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
    David Grant Moss               Communication. Minors are available in Creative                                (recommended for Humanities or
    Julie Nichols                                                                                                 Arts majors) (3.0)
                                   Writing, English Education, Literary Studies,                • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
    Kay Smith                      and Technical Communication. A certification in                                (recommended for Social Science
    Charles A. Vogel               Technical Writing is available for students who                                majors) (3.0)
                                   have a completed associate degree or higher                  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for
    Sandy Vogel                                                                                                   Business, Education, Science, and
    Jen Wahlquist                  from a regionally accredited institution of higher                             Health Professions majors) (4.0)
    Jan Wellington                 learning and one year of full-time employment.              Complete one of the following:                           3.0
                                   Students who wish to learn more about any of                 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
    Brian Whaley                                                                               and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                   these programs should contact the English and
    Laurie Wood                                                                                 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                   Literature Department for further information                • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
  Assistant Professor              concerning course requirements.                              • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
    Wioleta Fedeczko                                                                            • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
    Nathan Gorelick                                                                            Complete the following:
                                   aa/as Pre-major in english                  60 Credits       • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
    Gae Lyn Henderson              General Education Requirements:             35 Credits       • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
    Lydia Kerr                      • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing             3.0    or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                      2.0
    Mark Pepper                     • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0   Distribution Coursses
                                                     Social Sciences                            • Biology                                               3.0
    Lorraine Wallace                or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and              • Physical Science                                      3.0
  Senior Lecturer                                    Technology (3.0)                           • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0
                                   Complete one of the following:                        3.0    • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature         3.0
    Linda Shelton                   • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning                          • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0
  Lecturer                                           (recommended for Humanities or             • Social/Behavioral Science                             3.0
    Angie Carter                                     Arts majors) (3.0)                        Discipline Core Requirements:                15 Credits
                                    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics                      • ENGL 2030      Writing for Social Change              3.0
    Scott Hatch                                      (recommended for Social Science            • ENGL 2050      Editing                                3.0
    Christopher Lee                                  majors) (3.0)                              • ENGL 2250      Creative Process and Imaginative       3.0
    Boyd Petersen                   • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                                 Writing
                                                     Business, Education, Science, and          or ENGL 225H Creative Process and Imaginative
                                                     Health Professions majors) (4.0)                            Writing (3.0)
advisors:                          Complete one of the following:                        3.0    • ENGL 2310 Technical Communication                     3.0
                                    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                       Select ONE from the following list:                      3.0
  Dawn Chase                       and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)                • ART 1400       Graphic Computer Applications (3.0)


168                                               Catalog 2012-2013                                                       Utah Valley University
                                                                                                                                                   English & Literature
 • ART 2410       Typography and Layout II (3.0)               • FOR BA DEGREE: Complete any courses 1000            23.0      • ENGL 4640 Milton (3.0)
 • INFO 1100      Exploring the Digital Domain (3.0)             level or higher                                               • ENGL 471R Eminent Authors (3.0)
Elective Requirements:                        10 Credits       • FOR BS DEGREE: Complete any courses 1000            36.0      • ENGL 476G Multi-ethnic Literature in America (3.0)
 • FOR AA DEGREE: One Foreign Language                  8.0      level of higher                                               • ENGL 486R Topics in Literature (3.0)
 • FOR AA DEGREE: Any course 1000 or higher             2.0   Graduation Requirements:                                       Complete 9 upper-division credits of ENGL            9.0
 • FOR AS DEGREE: Any course 1000 or higher            10.0    1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.            coursework beyond those courses taken to fulfill
Graduation Requirements:                                       2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.            discipline core or emphasis requirements.
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.               (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.            3 Completion of GE and specified departmental
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                       requirements.                                               emphasis in Writing studies                   27 credits
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through       4 For the BA degree, completion of 16 credit hours of         Emphasis Requirements:                        27 Credits
   course attendance at UVU.                                     course work from one language to include the 1010,          Complete ALL of the following:                         12.0
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                   1020, 2010, and 202G/2020 levels or transferred               • ENGL 2040 Introduction to Writing Studies (3.0)
   requirements.                                                 equivalents.                                                  • ENGL 2310 Technical Communication (3.0)
 5 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of          5 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through         • ENGL 3060 Visual Rhetoric (3.0)
   course work from one foreign language.                        course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours              • ENGL 481R Internship (take for at least 3
                                                                 earned in the last 45 hours.                                                    credits) (1.0)
                                                               6 No grade below C- in required courses.                      Professional Writing Practices--Complete TWO of the     6.0
ba/bs in english                             120 Credits       7 Successful completion of at least one Global/               following:
Matriculation Requirements:                                      Intercultural course.                                         • ENGL 2050 Editing (3.0)
 1 Complete the following courses: ENGL 2600, Critical        Footnotes:                                                       • ENGL 3050 Advanced Editing and Design for
   Introduction to Literature; ENGL 2510, American             * Should be taken early on in the student’s course of                             Print Media (3.0)
   Literature before 1865, or ENGL 2520, American                 study, by the junior year at the latest.                     • ENGL 3320 Grant and Proposal Writing (3.0)
   Literature after 1865; and ENGL 2610, British Literature   ** Should be taken early in the student’s junior year, as it     • ENGL 3340 Digital Document Design (3.0)
   before 1800, or ENGL 2620, British Literature after            serves as crucial preparation for nearly all upper-          • ENGL 4340 Advanced Document Design (3.0)
   1800.                                                          division English courses.                                    • ENGL 436R Topics in Technical
General Education Requirements:           35-36 Credits       *** Students pursuing the Writing Studies emphasis should                          Communication (3.0)
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0       take ENGL 3010 Rhetorical Theory.                          Language and Cultural Rhetorics--Complete TWO of        6.0
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0                                                                  the following:
                   Social Sciences                                                                                             • ENGL 2030 Writing for Social Change (3.0)
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                                                                                • ENGL 3030 Writing in the Disciplines (3.0)
                   Technology (3.0)                           emphasis in creative Writing                  27 credits         • ENGL 3070 Public Rhetorics and Popular
Complete one of the following:                          3.0   Emphasis Requirements:                         27 Credits                          Media (3.0)
 • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning                           Complete ALL of the following:                                   • ENGL 401R Topics in Rhetoric (3.0)
                   (recommended for Humanities or               • ENGL 3420 Intermediate Fiction Writing            3.0      Complete 3 upper-division credits of ENGL               3.0
                   Arts majors) (3.0)                           • ENGL 3440 Intermediate Poetry Writing             3.0      coursework beyond those courses taken to fulfill
                                                                • ENGL 3450 Intermediate Creative Nonfiction        3.0      discipline core or emphasis requirements.
 • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
                   (recommended for Social Science                                Writing
                   majors) (3.0)                                • ENGL 412R Studies in Literary Genres              3.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                 Complete TWO from the following:                      6.0      ba/bs in english education 122 Credits
                   Business, Education, Science, and            • ENGL 4420 Advanced Fiction Writing (3.0)                   Matriculation Requirements:
                   Health Professions majors) (4.0)             • ENGL 4430 Play Writing for Creative Writers (3.0)           1 Complete the following courses: ENGL 2600, Critical
Complete one of the following:                          3.0     • ENGL 4440 Advanced Poetry Writing (3.0)                       Introduction to Literature; ENGL 2510, American
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           • ENGL 4450 Advanced Creative Nonfiction                        Literature before 1865, or ENGL 2520, American
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                    Writing (3.0)                                 Literature after 1865; and ENGL 2610, British Literature
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                      Complete 9 upper-division credits of ENGL             9.0         before 1800, or ENGL 2620, British Literature after
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                  coursework beyond those courses taken to fulfill                  1800.
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                          discipline core or emphasis requirements.                      Secondary Education Matriculation Requirements:
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                                                               1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)
Complete the following:                                                                                                         composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0   emphasis in literary studies                  27 credits          lower than 19.
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0   Emphasis Requirements:                         27 Credits       2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                     American Literature (complete TWO from the           6.0        3 Completion of all General Education requirements and
Distribution Courses                                          following):                                                       required pre-professional education courses.
 • Biology                                              3.0     • ENGL 3510 Early American Literature (3.0)                   4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education
 • Physical Science                                     3.0     • ENGL 3520 Literature of the American                          Selection and Retention Committee.
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0                        Renaissance (3.0)                          5 Pass criminal background check.
 • Humanities Distribution (Foreign Language            3.0     • ENGL 3525 American Literary Realism and                    General Education Requirements:           35-36 Credits
    202G/2020 for BA degree, 4 cr)*                                                Naturalism (3.0)                           • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0     • ENGL 3530 Modern American Literature (3.0)                  • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0     • ENGL 3540 Contemporary American Literature                                    Social Sciences
Discipline Core Requirements:                 22 Credits                           (3.0)                                      or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
 •    ENGL 2510   American Literature before 1865       3.0   British Literature, pre-1800 (complete ONE from the  3.0                          Technology (3.0)
 or   ENGL 2520   American Literature after 1865 (3.0)        following):                                                    Complete one of the following:                          3.0
 •    ENGL 2610   British Literature before 1800        3.0     • ENGL 3610 Medieval Literature (3.0)                         • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)
 or   ENGL 2620   British Literature after 1800 (3.0)           • ENGL 3620 Tudor British Literature (3.0)                    • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
 •    ENGL 2600   Critical Introduction to Literature   3.0     • ENGL 3630 Stuart British Literature (3.0)                   • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
 •    ENGL 3000   Professional Considerations for the 1.0       • ENGL 3640 Restoration and 18th Century                     Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                  English Major*                                                   British Literature (3.0)                   • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 • ENGL 3090 Academic Writing for English               3.0   British Literature, post-1800 (complete ONE of the   3.0       and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                  Majors**                                    following:                                                      • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • ENGL 3890 Contemporary Critical Approaches 3.0               • ENGL 3650 Romantic British Literature (3.0)                 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                  to Literature                                 • ENGL 3655 Victorian British Literature (3.0)                • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
 • ENGL 4950 Senior Seminar                             3.0     • ENGL 3660 Modern British Literature (3.0)                   • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
Language Core- Complete one of the following:***        3.0     • ENGL 3670 Contemporary British Literature (3.0)            Complete the following:
 • ENGL 3010 Rhetorical Theory (3.0)                          Shakespeare (Complete the following):                3.0        • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
 • ENGL 3020 Modern English Grammars (3.0)                      • ENGL 463R Topics in Shakespeare (3.0)                       • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
 • ENGL 3040 History of the English Language (3.0)            Literature Elective (Complete ONE of the following): 3.0        or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0
Emphasis:                                                       • ENGL 357G Native American Literature (3.0)                 Distribution Courses
Complete one of the following:                                  • ENGL 3710 Literature by Women (3.0)                         • Biology                                              3.0
 • Creative Writing                                    27.0     • ENGL 373R Literature of Cultures and Places (3.0)           • Physical Science                                     3.0
 • Literary Studies                                    27.0     • ENGL 374G Literature of the Sacred (3.0)                    • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0
 • Writing Studies                                     27.0     • ENGL 376G World Literature (3.0)                            • Humanities Distribution (fulfilled with Foreign      3.0
Elective Requirements:                    35-36 Credits         • ENGL 3780 Mormon Literature (3.0)                              Language 202G/2020 course for BA degree, 4 cr)*
 • FOR BA DEGREE: One Foreign Language                 12.0     • ENGL 3820 History of Literary Criticism (3.0)               • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0
   (Foreign Language 202G/2020* course fulfills                 • ENGL 4570 Studies in the American Novel (3.0)               • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0
   Humanities Distribution)                                     • ENGL 4620 Chaucer (3.0)



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Discipline Core Requirements:               74 Credits        2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above, with no    • ENGL 3620      Tudor British Literature (3.0)
Complete the following:                                         grade lower than a C- in required courses and no grade      • ENGL 3630      Stuart British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature     3.0       lower than B- in licensure and methods courses.             • ENGL 3640      Restoration and 18th Century
  • ENGL 2510 American Literature before 1865 (3.0)           3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through                        British Literature (3.0)
 or ENGL 2520 American Literature after 1865          3.0       course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours            •   ENGL 3650    Romantic British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 2610 British Literature before 1800 (3.0)              earned in the last 45 hours.                                •   ENGL 3655    Victorian British Literature (3.0)
 or ENGL 2620 British Literature after 1800           3.0     4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                 •   ENGL 3660    Modern British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3090 Academic Writing for English            3.0       requirements.                                               •   ENGL 3670    Contemporary British Literature (3.0)
                     Majors                                   5 For the BA degree, completion of 16 credit hours of        Graduation Requirements:
  • ENGL 3890 Contemporary Critical Approaches 3.0              course work from one foreign language to include the        1 Complete all courses with no grade lower than a C- and
                     to Literature                              1010, 1020, 2010, and 202G/2020* levels or transferred        no grade lower than a B- in methods courses.
  • ENGL 4210 Methods in Teaching Literacy I          3.0       equivalents.
  • ENGL 4220 Methods in Teaching Literacy II         3.0     6 Successful completion of at least one Global/
  • ENGL 4230 Methods in Teaching Literacy            3.0       Intercultural course.                                      minor in
                     III Teaching the Conventions of
                     Writing
                                                                                                                           english literary studies                      18 Credits
Language Core (complete ONE from the following)       3.0    minor in                                                      Matriculation Requirements:
                                                                                                                            1 Complete the following courses: ENGL 2600, Critical
  • ENGL 3010 Rhetorical Theory (3.0)
  • ENGL 3020 Modern English Grammars (3.0)
                                                             english creative Writing                      21 Credits         Introduction to Literature; ENGL 2510, American
  • ENGL 3040 History of the English Language (3.0)
                                                             Discipline Core Requirements:                 18 Credits         Literature before 1865, or ENGL 2520, American
                                                             Introductory Course (complete the following)          3.0        Literature after 1865; and ENGL 2610, British Literature
American Literature (complete TWO from the            6.0
                                                               • ENGL 2250 Creative Process and Imaginative                   before 1800, or ENGL 2620, British Literature after
following)
                                                                               Writing (3.0)                                  1800.
  • ENGL 3510 Early American Literature (3.0)
                                                              or ENGL 225H Creative Process and Imaginative                Discipline Core Requirements:                 18 Credits
  • ENGL 3520 Literature of the American
                                                                               Writing (3.0)                               Complete the following:
                     Renaissance (3.0)
  • ENGL 3525 American Literary Realism and                  Creative Writing Courses (complete THREE from the     9.0      • ENGL 3090 Academic Writing for English           3.0
                                                             following)                                                                      Majors
                     Naturalism (3.0)
                                                               • ENGL 3420 Intermediate Fiction Writing (3.0)               • ENGL 3890 Contemporary Critical Approaches 3.0
  • ENGL 3530 Modern American Literature (3.0)
                                                               • ENGL 3440 Intermediate Poetry Writing (3.0)                                 to Literature
  • ENGL 3540 Contemporary American Literature
                                                               • ENGL 3450 Intermediate Creative Nonfiction                Complete ONE from the following:                    3.0
                     (3.0)
                                                                               Writing (3.0)                                • ENGL 3510 Early American Literature (3.0)
British Literature, pre-1800 (complete ONE from the   3.0
                                                               • ENGL 4420 Advanced Fiction Writing (3.0)                   • ENGL 3520 Literature of the American
following:)
                                                               • ENGL 4440 Advanced Poetry Writing (3.0)                                     Renaissance (3.0)
  • ENGL 3610 Medieval Literature (3.0)
                                                               • ENGL 4430 Play Writing for Creative Writers (3.0)          • ENGL 3525 American Literary Realism and
  • ENGL 3620 Tudor British Literature (3.0)
                                                               • ENGL 4450 Avanced Creative Nonfiction                                       Naturalism (3.0)
  • ENGL 3630 Stuart British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3640 Restoration and 18th Century                                     Writing (3.0)                                • ENGL 3530 Modern American Literature (3.0)
                                                             Form and Theory Courses (complete the following)      6.0      • ENGL 3540 Contemporary American Literature
                     British Literature (3.0)
                                                               • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature                               (3.0)
British Literature, post-1800 (complete ONE from the  3.0
                                                                               (3.0)                                       Complete ONE of the following:                      3.0
following):
                                                               • ENGL 412R Studies in Literary Genres (3.0)                 • ENGL 3610 Medieval Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3650 Romantic British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3655 Victorian British Literature (3.0)             Elective Requirements:                         3 Credits       • ENGL 3620 Tudor British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3660 Modern British Literature (3.0)                Choose from the following                           3.0        • ENGL 3630 Stuart British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3670 Contemporary British Literature (3.0)           • ENGL 3050 Advanced Editing and Design for                   • ENGL 3640 Restoration and 18th Century
Complete TWO from the following:                      6.0                      Print Media (3.0)                                             British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3420 Intermediate Fiction Writing (3.0)              • ENGL 373R Literature of Cultures and Places (3.0)           • ENGL 3650 Romantic British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3440 Intermediate Poetry Writing (3.0)               • ENGL 4350 Senior Project (2.0)                              • ENGL 3655 Victorian British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 3710 Literature by Women (3.0)                       • ENGL 471R Eminent Authors (3.0)                             • ENGL 3660 Modern British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 373R Literature of Cultures and Places (3.0)         • ENGL 481R Internship (1.0)                                  • ENGL 3670 Contemporary British Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 374G Literature of the Sacred (3.0)                  • ENGL 490R Directed Readings (1.0)                          Complete ONE from the following:                    3.0
  • ENGL 376G World Literature (3.0)                         Graduation Requirements:                                       • ENGL 3010 Rhetorical Theory (3.0)
  • ENGL 3780 Mormon Literature (3.0)                         1 Complete all courses with no grade lower than a C-.         • ENGL 3020 Modern English Grammars (3.0)
  • ENGL 3820 History of Literary Criticism (3.0)                                                                           • ENGL 3040 History of the English Language
  • ENGL 401R Topics in Rhetoric (3.0)                                                                                                       (3.0)
  • ENGL 412R Studies in Literary Genres (3.0)               minor in english education                    18 Credits      Complete ONE from the following:                    3.0
  • ENGL 4250 Adolescent Literature (3.0)                    Matriculation Requirements:                                    • ENGL 3420 Intermediate Fiction Writing (3.0)
  • ENGL 4420 Advanced Fiction Writing (3.0)                  1 Complete the following courses: ENGL 2600, Critical         • ENGL 3440 Intermediate Poetry Writing (3.0)
  • ENGL 4440 Advanced Poetry Writing (3.0)                     Introduction to Literature; ENGL 2510, American             • ENGL 3710 Literature by Women (3.0)
  • ENGL 4450 Avanced Creative Nonfiction                       Literature before 1865, or ENGL 2520, American              • ENGL 373R Literature of Cultures and Places
                     Writing (3.0)                              Literature after 1865; and ENGL 2610, British Literature                     (3.0)
  • ENGL 4570 Studies in the American Novel (3.0)               before 1800, or ENGL 2620, British Literature after         • ENGL 374G Literature of the Sacred (3.0)
  • ENGL 4620 Chaucer (3.0)                                     1800.                                                       • ENGL 376G World Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 463R Topics in Shakespeare (3.0)                     2 Must be accepted into a Secondary Education major           • ENGL 3780 Mormon Literature (3.0)
  • ENGL 4640 Milton (3.0)                                   Discipline Core Requirements:                 18 Credits       • ENGL 3820 History of Literary Criticism (3.0)
  • ENGL 471R Eminent Authors (3.0)                           • ENGL 2510 American Literature before 1865 (3.0)             • ENGL 401R Topics in Rhetoric (3.0)
  • ENGL 474R Topics in Folklore (3.0)                        or ENGL 2520 American Literature after 1865 (3.0)             • ENGL 412R Studies in Literary Genres (3.0)
  • ENGL 476G Multi-ethnic Literature in America (3.0)        • ENGL 2610 British Literature before 1800 (3.0)              • ENGL 4420 Advanced Fiction Writing (3.0)
  • ENGL 486R Topics in Literature (3.0)                      or ENGL 2620 British Literature after 1800 (3.0)              • ENGL 4440 Advanced Poetry Writing (3.0)
Secondary Education Licensure (ENGL 4210 is substituted       • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature (3.0)         • ENGL 4450 Avanced Creative Nonfiction
for EDSC 4440):                                              Complete the following:                                                         Writing (3.0)
  • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                  3.0     • ENGL 3890 Contemporary Critical Approaches 3.0              • ENGL 4570 Studies in the American Novel (3.0)
  • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education 2.0                            to Literature                                • ENGL 4620 Chaucer (3.0)
  • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                     2.0     • ENGL 4210 Methods in Teaching Literacy I            3.0     • ENGL 4630 Shakespeare (3.0)
  • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                    2.0     • ENGL 4220 Methods in Teaching Literacy II           3.0     • ENGL 4640 Milton (3.0)
  • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                  2.0    Choose one from the following:                         3.0     • ENGL 471R Eminent Authors (3.0)
  • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                 2.0     • ENGL 3010 Rhetorical Theory (3.0)                           • ENGL 474R Topics in Folklore (3.0)
  • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL           3.0     • ENGL 3020 Modern English Grammars (3.0)                     • ENGL 476G Multi-ethnic Literature in America (3.0)
  • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction        3.0     • ENGL 3040 History of the English Language (3.0)             • ENGL 486R Topics in Literature (3.0)
                     and Assessment                          Complete one from the following:                       3.0     • ENGL 490R Directed Readings (1.0)
  • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary            10.0     • ENGL 3510 Early American Literature (3.0)                  Graduation Requirements:
Elective Requirements:                   12-13 Credits        • ENGL 3520 Literature of the American                        1 Complete all courses with no grade lower than a C-.
 • FOR BA DEGREE: One Foreign Language                12.0                     Renaissance (3.0)
   (Foreign Language 202G/2020* course fulfills               • ENGL 3525 American Literary Realism and
   Humanities Distribution)                                                    Naturalism (3.0)                            minor in
 • FOR BS DEGREE: Any course 1000 or higher           13.0    • ENGL 3530 Modern American Literature (3.0)
                                                              • ENGL 3540 Contemporary American Literature
                                                                                                                           technical communication                       20 Credits
   (from AA/AS degree).                                                                                                    Matriculation Requirements:
Graduation Requirements:                                                       (3.0)
                                                                                                                            1 Completion of 35 semester credits with a cumulative
 1 Completion of a minimum of 122 semester credits.          Complete one from the following:                       3.0
                                                                                                                               GPA: 2.5 minimum.
                                                              • ENGL 3610 Medieval Literature (3.0)


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 or Completion of an Associate in Science or an Associate
    in Arts degree. Minimum grade of “C” in all courses.
 2 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
Discipline Core Requirements:                  20 Credits
Complete the following:
 • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature            3.0
 or ENGL 3010 Rhetorical Theory (3.0)
 or ENGL 401R Topics in Rhetoric (3.0)
 • ENGL 3300 Technical Communication for                    3.0
                  Technology Students
Complete FOUR courses from the following:               12.0
 • ENGL 3050 Advanced Editing and Design for
                  Print Media (3.0)
 • ENGL 3320 Grant and Proposal Writing (3.0)
 • ENGL 3340 Digital Document Design(3.0)
 • ENGL 4320 Document Management (4.0)
 • ENGL 436R Topics in Technical Communication
                  (3.0)
Capstone Course: Complete ONE of the following:             2.0
 • ENGL 4350 Senior Project (2.0)
 • ENGL 481R Internship (1.0) (must be taken for
                  2 credits)


ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in english                            18 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                         18 Credits
Complete the following:
 • ENGL 2600 Critical Introduction to Literature       3.0
Complete 15 hours of upper-division ENGL courses.
Course selection must be approved by English advisor. 15.0


Certification in
technical communication                        15 Credits
Matriculation Requirements:
 1 AA/AS degree or higher from a regionally accredited
    institution of higher learning and one year full-time
    employment.
Discipline Core Requirements:                  12 Credits
Complete the following:
 • ENGL 2050 Editing                                        3.0
 • ENGL 2310 Technical Communication                        3.0
 • ENGL 3300 Technical Communication for                    3.0
                  Technology Students
 • ENGL 3340 Digital Document Design                        3.0
Elective Requirements:                          3 Credits
Complete ONE of the following:                              3.0
 • ENGL 3320 Grant and Proposal Writing (3.0)
 • ENGL 4320 Document Management (4.0)
 • ENGL 436R Topics in Technical
                 Communication (3.0)



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- ENGL, English




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English as a Second Language

     English as a                         Writing center
                                            Faculty Director: Joshua Hilst

   Second Language                          Coordinator: Leigh Ann Copas
                                            Assistant Coordinator: Rebecca Disrud
                                              Office: LI 208
                                              Telephone: 801-863-8936
Department of basic composition/english       E-mail: copasle@uvu.edu
as a second language

                                          The mission of the UVU English as a Second
Department chair: Deborah marrott         Language program is to help non-native
  Office: LA 234e                         English-speaking students understand and
  Telephone: 801-863-8823                 successfully use academic English at an
  E-mail: marrotde@uvu.edu                American university. To accomplish this goal, our
                                          faculty and coursework provide a broad range
                                          of excellent academic and social opportunities.
administrative support:
                                          These opportunities help students develop and
  Elizabeth Nield                         show proficiency in the skills of reading, writing,
     Office: LA 234a                      grammar and listening/speaking.
     Telephone: 801-863-6865
     E-mail: elizabethhn@uvu.edu          All students are required to take a placement
                                          examination prior to registration for any courses.
                                          Placement/promotion testing is done at the
  SuHyen Perez                            beginning and end of each semester. All students
    Office: LA 234a                       who successfully complete the advanced level
    Telephone: 801-863-6387               courses and meet the ESL Program exit criteria
    E-mail: SuHyenP@uvu.edu               are admitted into the university to begin their
                                          undergraduate or graduate academic studies.
Program Director: jim Pettersson
  Office: LA 234f
  Telephone: 801-863-8721                 See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
  E-mail: petterji@uvu.edu                for detailed course information. This department
  Web: www.uvu.edu/esl                    manages the following course prefixes:

                                          - ENGH, English-Basic Composition
faculty:                                  - ESL, English as a Second Language
  Professor
    Jim Pettersson
  Associate Professor
    Heidi Condie
    Kevin Eyraud
  Lecturer
    Timothy Hall

advisor:
  Lisa Williamson
     Office: LA 221r
     Telephone: 801-863-8729
     E-mail: lisa.williamson@uvu.edu
     Fax: 801-863-6462

university college
  Interim Dean: K.D. Taylor
     Office: LA 210c
     Telephone: 801-863-8949

otheR seRVices
learning strategies support
  Coordinator: Pat Nelson
    Office: LC 405q
    Telephone: 801-863-7418
    E-mail: Pat.Nelson@uvu.edu




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                                                                                      Exercise Science & Outdoor Recreation
                                                                                                 This major could also lead to acceptance into
     Exercise Science                     staff:
                                                                                                 medical, dental, physical therapy and other
                                                                                                 professional or graduate schools.
        & Outdoor                            Program Risk Manager: Garth Tino
                                                                                                 The Exercise Science curriculum has been
                                                                                                 designed to address student needs and market
       Recreation                         college of science & health
                                             Dean: Sam Rushforth
                                                                                                 demands. Students have the opportunity to
                                                                                                 practice and understand what they learn in the
                                               Office: SB 241                                    classroom. The department has an exercise
                                               Telephone: 801-863-8980                           science laboratory with the ability to test
Department chair: jason V. slack
                                                                                                 body composition, VO2 max, lactate levels,
  Office: PE 147k                                                                                anaerobic power, blood pressure and heart rate
                                          mission statement
  Telephone: 801-863-7488                                                                        responses to exercise, and several other exercise
  E-mail: jason.slack@uvu.edu             The Mission of the Department of Exercise              parameters. Information packets are available in
                                          Science and Outdoor Recreation is consistent           the Exercise Science and Outdoor Recreation
                                          with the College’s Mission in its commitment to        Department.
administrative support: shauna Roberts
                                          providing students with excellent professional,
  Office: PE 147                          ethical, and exciting educational experiences          Students completing the Outdoor Recreation
  Telephone: 801-863-6318                 through modern, effective pedagogical and              emphasis are qualified to become park
  E-mail: robertsh@uvu.edu                scholarly approaches. Baccalaureate programs           interpreters, resort recreation directors, corporate
                                          offered in Physical Education Teacher Education        recreation managers, or community recreation
Program coordinators:                     (PETE), and Exercise Science and Outdoor               directors. Supported by a strong background
                                          Recreation with emphases in Exercise Science           in recreation theory, with courses like Outdoor
  Exercise Science: Jason V. Slack        (EXSC), and Outdoor Recreation (REC) provide           Leadership and Recreation Risk Management,
    (listed above)                        a broad discipline approach for optimal promotion      students also choose from a variety of land
                                          of physical activity, recreation, fitness, health,     and water-based skills courses, including park
  Outdoor Recreation: Betsy Lindley       wellness, and quality of life for all. The curricula   management, program planning, backpacking,
    Office: PE 147g                       are balanced in theory and application and are         mountain biking, avalanche awareness, canoeing,
    Telephone: 801-863-6094               specifically designed to provide students with         and whitewater kayaking. More than a career, a
    E-mail: lindlebe@uvu.edu              experiential education that promotes leadership,       major in Outdoor Recreation teaches leadership
                                          teamwork, service learning, values, diversity,         for life because graduates exit the program with
                                          and lifelong learning. To best serve our students,     enhanced personal responsibility and ability to
  Physical Education Teacher Education:
                                          curricula have been designed to reflect current        overcome barriers.
  Shaunna McGhie
                                          market demands. Depending on the specific area
    Office: PE 147m                       of study, graduates from this program will possess     The second Bachelor degree is the Physical
    Telephone: 801-863-8663               exceptional knowledge and skills in the following      Education Teacher Education (PETE) degree.
    E-mail: shaunna.mcghie@uvu.edu        areas:                                                 This program is designed to prepare quality
                                                                                                 candidates to teach developmentally appropriate
                                          • Kinesiology                                          physical education to all K-12 students.
faculty:
                                          • Exercise Science                                     Successful completion of this program leads to
  Professor                                                                                      Licensure in the State of Utah.
    Shaunna McGhie                        • Physical Education Pedagogy
    M. Vinson Miner                       • Outdoor Recreation and Education                     Graduates from the UVU Physical Education
  Associate Professor                     • Health and Fitness Promotion                         K-12 Teacher Education (PETE) program will be
    Michael Bohne                                                                                specifically qualified to teach developmentally
                                          • Experiential Education                               appropriate physical education to the increasingly
    Betsy Lindley
                                          • Resource Management                                  diverse population of students in the K-12 schools
    Kemal Makasci                                                                                in the State of Utah. Their preparation will
    Jason V. Slack                                                                               help meet the anticipated demands for quality
  Assistant Professor                     In addition to preparing students for professional
                                                                                                 elementary, as well as secondary, physical
                                          opportunities or graduate study in related fields,
    Bret Boyer                                                                                   educators in the twenty-first century.
                                          the program is intended to prepare all students
    Andrew Creer
                                          for a variety of professional certifications offered   The department also offers a minor in Exercise
    Ellis Jensen                          in their respective fields of study. The faculty in
    Robert Sawyer                                                                                Science and Outdoor Recreation which can
                                          the department work collaboratively and strive to      be combined with other college-wide bachelor
    Scott Williams                        support the Mission through our commitment to          degrees. The minor provides students with a
  Lecturer                                outstanding teaching, mentorship, service, and         broad academic knowledge of the foundational
    Steven Namanny                        professional and scholarly development.                and scientific principles in the field of Exercise
                                                                                                 Science as well as exposure to teaching Physical
advisors:                                                                                        Education and/or coaching in the public schools.
                                          PRoGRams
  Jeannine Rushing
    Office: PE 147b                       The Department of Exercise Science and Outdoor         aa/as exercise science
    Telephone: 801-863-8676               Recreation offers two 4-year degrees. One offers       and outdoor Recreation                       60 Credits
    E-mail: jrushing@uvu.edu              a BA or BS in Exercise Science and Outdoor             General Education Requirements:              35 Credits
                                          Recreation with a choice of emphasis in Exercise        • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing              3.0
                                                                                                  • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                                          Science or Outdoor Recreation. Students                                  Social Sciences
  Physical Education Teacher Education:   completing the Exercise Science emphasis will           or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
  Shaunna McGhie                          be qualified for several different graduate schools                      Technology (3.0)
    (listed above)                        and a variety of jobs including fitness and health     Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                                                                  • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
                                          promotion, exercise testing, corporate wellness,                         (recommended for Humanities or
                                          clinical exercise physiology, cardiac rehab, etc.                        Arts majors) (3.0)


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 • MATH 1040       Introduction to Statistics                  • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0   emphasis in
                   (recommended for Social Science             • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0
                   majors) (3.0)                              Discipline Core Requirements:                 16 Credits
                                                                                                                           outdoor Recreation management                  52 credits
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                  • EXSC 3500      Kinesiology                          3.0
                                                                                                                           Emphasis Requirements:                        52 Credits
                   Business, Education, Science, and                                                                        • MGMT 3170 Entrepreneurship                           3.0
                                                               • EXSC 3550      Motor Learning and Development       3.0
                   Health Professions majors) (4.0)                                                                         or MGMT 3180 Small Business Development (3.0)
                                                               • EXSC 3750      Psychosocial Aspects of Human        2.0
Complete one of the following:                          3.0                                                                 or MGMT 3210 Convention and Events
                                                                                Performance
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                                                                                        Management (3.0)
                                                               • EXSC 3850      Ethical Concerns in Exercise
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                                                              or ENGL 3320 Grant and Proposal Writing (3.0)
                                                                                Science (3.0)
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                                                                                    or BIOL 3800 Conservation Biology (3.0)
                                                               or REC 385G      Ethical Concerns in Recreation       3.0
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                                                                                • REC 1535       Backpacking                           1.0
                                                               • EXSC 4300      Research Methods in Exercise         3.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                                                                        • REC 1542       Wilderness First Responder            2.0
                                                                                Science and Outdoor Recreation
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                                                                             • REC 1500       Canoeing I                            1.0
                                                               • EXSC 4950      Senior Seminar (2.0)
Complete the following:                                                                                                     • REC 1600       Winter Exploration                    1.0
                                                               or REC 4950      Senior Seminar                       2.0
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0                                                                 • REC 2400       Principles of Experiential Education 3.0
                                                              Emphasis:                                                                      in Recreation
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness               2.0   Complete one of the following:
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                                                                                   • REC 2600       Principles of Outdoor and             3.0
                                                               • Exercise Science                                   52.0
Distribution Courses                                                                                                                         Adventure Education
                                                               • Outdoor Recreation Management                      52.0
 • Biology (ZOOL 1090 strongly recommended)             3.0                                                                 • REC 2700       Leave No Trace Trainer                1.0
                                                              Elective Requirements:                        15 Credits      • REC 3100       Recreation Program Planning           3.0
 • Physical Science                                     3.0    • Complete 12 credit hours of course work from       12.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science (ZOOL         3.0                                                                 • REC 3200       Inclusive Recreation                  3.0
                                                                 one language to include the 1010, 1020, and                • REC 3300       Wilderness Skills                     1.0
    2420 and 2425 strongly recommended)                          2010 levels (202G/2020 level completed in GE
 • Humanities Distribution                              3.0                                                                 • REC 3400       Risk Management                       3.0
                                                                 requirements).                                             • REC 3500       Recreation Administration             3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0    • Any 1000-level course or higher                     3.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0                                                                 • REC 4400       Natural Resource and Protected        3.0
                                                              Graduation Requirements:                                                       Area Management
Discipline Core Requirements:                16 credits         1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.          • REC 420R Outdoor Leadership and                      2.0
 • EXSC 270G Foundations of Exercise Science     3.0            2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.                           Management Practicum
Complete 13 credits from the following:         13.0               (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                  • REC 4800       Pre-Internship Seminar                1.0
 • CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry for the                       3 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through       • REC 481R       Senior Internship (1.0)               8.0
                  Health Sciences (4.0)                            course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours         • REC 4950       Senior Seminar                        2.0
 • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy (3.0)                                   earned in the last 45 hours.                            Complete 2 credits from the following:                  2.0
and ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory (1.0)                    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental               • REC 1516       Ropes Course and Teambuilding (1.0)
 • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology (3.0)                                requirements.                                            • REC 1525       Mountaineering (1.0)
and ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory (1.0)                 5 Completion of 16 credit hours of course work from         • REC 1527       Rock Climbing I (1.0)
 • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics (4.0)                        one language to include the 1010, 1020, 2010, and        • REC 1550       Mountain Biking (1.0)
 • EXSC 2500 Sports Medicine(3.0)                                  202G/2020 levels or transferred equivalents.             • REC 1505       Whitewater Kayaking I (1.0)
and EXSC 2510 Sports Medicine Lab (1.0)                         6 No grades below C- in Discipline Core or Emphasis        Complete 6 credits from the following:                  6.0
 • PETE 2100 Skill Analysis I (3.0)                                Courses.                                                 • REC 2450       Rock Climbing Site Management
 • PETE 2200 Skill Analysis II (3.0)                            7 Successful completion of at least one Global/                              and Facilitation (3.0)
 • PETE 2300 Skill Analysis III (3.0)                              Intercultural course.                                    or REC 2650      Principles of Challenge Education (3.0)
 • Any EXSC or PETE courses approved by                       Note: Students must obtain the departmental advisor’s         or REC 2750      Principles of Water-Based
    department (maximum of 2 hours)                           signature on an approved program plan prior to enrollment                      Adventure Education (3.0)
Elective Requirements:                        9 Credits       in their second semester of study.                            • REC 3700       Natural Resource Interpretation (3.0)
 • FOR AS DEGREE: Any course 1000 or higher             9.0
                                                                                                                            • REC 4000       Outdoor Leadership (4.0)
 • FOR AA DEGREE: Same Foreign Language                 8.0
                                                                                                                            • REC 4500       Wildland Recreation Behavior (3.0)
 • FOR AA DEGREE: Any 1000-level course or              1.0   emphasis in exercise science                   52 credits
   higher                                                     Emphasis Requirements:                        46 Credits
Graduation Requirements:                                       • CHEM 1110      Elementary Chemistry for the         4.0
 1 Completion of a minimum of 60 semester credits.                              Health Sciences                            bs exercise science
 2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.            or CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (4.0)                and outdoor Recreation                       120 Credits
   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                     • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy                             3.0   General Education Requirements:               36 Credits
 3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through      and ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory                 1.0    • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
   course attendance at UVU.                                   • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology                          3.0    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                and ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory              1.0                      Social Sciences
   requirements.                                               • EXSC 2500 Sports Medicine                           3.0    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
 5 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of         and EXSC 2510 Sports Medicine Lab                      1.0                      Technology (3.0)
   course work from one language.                              • EXSC 270G Foundations of Exercise Science           3.0    • MATH 1050 College Algebra                           4.0
                                                               • EXSC 3270 Exercise Testing and Prescription         3.0   Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                               • EXSC 3700 Exercise Physiology                       3.0    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
ba in exercise science                                        and EXSC 3705 Exercise Physiology Laboratory           1.0    or HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                               • EXSC 3730 Biomechanics                              3.0
and outdoor Recreation                     120 Credits         • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                  4.0
                                                                                                                            • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                                                                            • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
General Education Requirements:             37 Credits         or BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral                   • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0                     Sciences (4.0)                              • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0   Choose 13 credits from the following:                 13.0   Complete the following:
                   Social Sciences                             • EXSC 4000 Clinical Exercise Physiology (3.0)               • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                • EXSC 4100 Fitness Across the Lifespan (3.0)                • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                   Technology (3.0)                            • EXSC 4400 Physical Activity Promotion in the               or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                    2.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0                     Community (3.0)                            Distribution Courses
Complete one of the following:                          3.0   and EXSC 4410 Promoting Physical Activity in the              • BIOL 1010 General Biology                           3.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                           Community Field Experience (1.0)            • Physical Science                                    3.0
 or HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                 • EXSC 4500 Advanced Sports Nutrition (3.0)                  • ZOOL 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy             3.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       • EXSC 4600 Advanced Biomechanics (3.0)                                        and Physiology
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   • EXSC 4700 Advanced Gross Motor Assessment                  • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                            (3.0)                                       • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (4.0)                 • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0
Complete the following:                                        • PHYS 2020 College Physics II (4.0)                        Discipline Core Requirements:                 16 Credits
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    • ZOOL 4400 Pathophysiology (4.0)                            • EXSC 3500      Kinesiology                          3.0
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                • ZOOL 4700 Advanced Anatomy (4.0)                           • EXSC 3550      Motor Learning and Development       3.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (required for the   2.0    • PSY 3400       Abnormal Psychology (3.0)                   • EXSC 3750      Psychosocial Aspects of Human        2.0
                   Exercise Science emphasis)
                                                              Emphasis Elective Requirements:                6 Credits                       Performance
Distribution Courses
                                                               • Any course 1000-level or higher                     6.0    • EXSC 3850      Ethical Concerns in Exercise
 • BIOL 1010 General Biology                            3.0
                                                                                                                                             Science (3.0)
 • Physical Science                                     3.0
                                                                                                                            or REC 385G      Ethical Concerns in Recreation       3.0
 • ZOOL 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy and          3.0
                                                                                                                            • EXSC 4300      Research Methods in Exercise         3.0
    Physiology
                                                                                                                                             Science and Outdoor Recreation
 • Humanities Distribution (any foreign language        4.0
                                                                                                                            • EXSC 4950      Senior Seminar (2.0)
    202G/2020 course)
                                                                                                                            or REC 4950      Senior Seminar                       2.0


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Elective Requirements:                        16 Credits      • REC 4400       Natural Resource and Protected        3.0     • PETE 3450     Special Populations in Physical           3.0
 • Any 1000 level or higher                           15.0                     Area Management                                               Education
Emphasis:                                                     • REC 420R Outdoor Leadership and                      2.0     • PETE 4200 Methods of Teaching Elementary                3.0
Complete one of the following:                                                 Management Practicum                                          Physical Education
 • Exercise Science                                   52.0    • REC 4800       Pre-Internship Seminar                1.0     • PETE 4210 Elementary Physical Education                 1.0
 • Outdoor Recreation Management                      52.0    • REC 481R       Senior Internship (1.0)               8.0                     Field Experience
Graduation Requirements:                                      • REC 4950       Senior Seminar                        2.0     • PETE 4250 Methods of Teaching Secondary                 3.0
  1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits.         Complete 2 credits from the following:                  2.0                     Physical Education
  2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.          • REC 1516       Ropes Course and Teambuilding (1.0)           • PETE 4260 Secondary Physical Education                  1.0
     (Departments may require a higher GPA.)                  • REC 1525       Mountaineering (1.0)                                          Field Experience
  3 Residency hours: minimum of 30 credit hours through       • REC 1527       Rock Climbing I (1.0)                         • PETE 4400 Assessment in Physical Education              3.0
     course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours         • REC 1550       Mountain Biking (1.0)                         • PETE 4900 Student Teaching Seminar for                  2.0
     earned in the last 45 hours.                             • REC 1505       Whitewater Kayaking I (1.0)                                   Physical Education
  4 Completion of GE and specified departmental              Complete 6 credits from the following:                  6.0    Secondary Education Courses:
     requirements.                                            • REC 2450       Rock Climbing Site Management                 • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                        3.0
  5 No grades below C- in Discipline Core or Emphasis                          and Facilitation (3.0)                        • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education             2.0
     Courses.                                                 or REC 2650      Principles of Challenge Education (3.0)       • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                           2.0
  6 Successful completion of at least one Global/             or REC 2750      Principles of Water-Based                     • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                        2.0
     Intercultural course.                                                     Adventure Education (3.0)                     • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                       2.0
Note: Students must obtain the departmental advisor’s         • REC 3700       Natural Resource Interpretation (3.0)         • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing              3.0
signature on an approved program plan prior to enrollment     • REC 4000       Outdoor Leadership (4.0)                      • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL                 3.0
in their second semester of study.                            • REC 4500       Wildland Recreation Behavior (3.0)            • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction              3.0
                                                                                                                                             and Assessment
                                                                                                                             • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0)         10.0
emphasis in exercise science                   52 credits    bs in Physical education                                        • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                       2.0
Emphasis Requirements:                        46 Credits     teacher education                            120 Credits       Elective Requirements:
                                                                                                                             • Any 1000-level or higher
                                                                                                                                                                            2 Credits
                                                                                                                                                                                       2.0
 • CHEM 1110      Elementary Chemistry for the         4.0   Matriculation Requirements:
                  Health Sciences                             1 Acceptance to the Secondary Education Program,              Graduation Requirements:
 or CHEM 1210 Principles of Chemistry I (4.0)                   which include the following requirements: (1) ACT exam       1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits with
 • ZOOL 2320 Human Anatomy                             3.0      required (re-take required if 7 years or older) composite      40 semester credits from 3000 and 4000 level courses.
and ZOOL 2325 Human Anatomy Laboratory                 1.0                                                                   2 Overall grade point average of 2.5 or above, with no
                                                                score of 20 or higher with no individual score lower
 • ZOOL 2420 Human Physiology                          3.0                                                                     grades below C in Core or Education courses.
                                                                than 19. (2) GPA of 2.75 or higher. (3) Completion of all
and ZOOL 2425 Human Physiology Laboratory              1.0                                                                   3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
                                                                General Education requirements and required
 • EXSC 2500 Sports Medicine                           3.0                                                                     course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
                                                                pre-professional education courses. (4) An interview
and EXSC 2510 Sports Medicine Lab                      1.0                                                                     earned in the last 45 hours.
                                                                directed by the Teacher Education Selecction and
 • EXSC 270G Foundations of Exercise Science           3.0                                                                   4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                Retention Committee. (5) Pass criminal background
 • EXSC 3270 Exercise Testing and Prescription         3.0                                                                     requirements.
                                                                check.
 • EXSC 3700 Exercise Physiology                       3.0                                                                   5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
                                                              2 Complete the following with a grade of “C” or better:
and EXSC 3705 Exercise Physiology Laboratory           1.0      PES 1097, PETE 2100, PETE 2300, PETE 3100, and                 Intercultural course.
 • EXSC 3730 Biomechanics                              3.0      EXSC 270G.
 • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                  4.0    3 Submit and pass matriculation essay with departmental
 or BESC 3010 Statistics for the Behavioral                     evaluation and approval (see advisor).                      minor in outdoor Recreation 20 Credits
                  Sciences (4.0)                             General Education Requirements:                36 Credits      Matriculation Requirements:
Choose 13 credits from the following:                 13.0    • ENGL 1010        Introduction to Writing              3.0    1 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
 • EXSC 4000 Clinical Exercise Physiology (3.0)               • ENGL 2020        Intermediate Writing--Science and    3.0   Discipline Core Requirements:                  20 Credits
 • EXSC 4100 Fitness Across the Lifespan (3.0)                                   Technology                                  • REC 1535        Backpacking                             1.0
 • EXSC 4400 Physical Activity Promotion in the                • MATH 1050 College Algebra                            4.0    • REC 2200        Foundations of Recreation               3.0
                  Community (3.0)                            Complete one of the following:                           3.0    • REC 2400        Principles of Experiential Education    3.0
and EXSC 4410 Promoting Physical Activity in the               • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                            in Recreation
                  Community Field Experience (1.0)           and HIST 2710       US History since 1877 (3.0)                   REC 3100        Recreation Program Planning             3.0
 • EXSC 4500 Advanced Sports Nutrition (3.0)                   • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       • REC 3400        Risk Management                         3.0
 • EXSC 4600 Advanced Biomechanics (3.0)                       • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                  Complete 1 credit from the following:                      1.0
 • EXSC 4700 Advanced Gross Motor Assessment                   • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • REC 1500        Canoeing I (1.0)
                  (3.0)                                        • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • REC 1505        Whitewater Kayaking I (1.0)
 • CHEM 1220 Principles of Chemistry II (4.0)                Complete the following:                                         • REC 1527        Rock Climbing I (1.0)
 • PHYS 2020 College Physics II (4.0)                          • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    • REC 1550        Mountain Biking (1.0)
 • ZOOL 4400 Pathophysiology (4.0)                             • PES 1097        Fitness for Life                     2.0   Complete 6 credits from the following:                     6.0
 • ZOOL 4700 Advanced Anatomy (4.0)                          Distribution Courses                                            • REC 3200        Inclusive Recreation (3.0)
 • PSY 3400       Abnormal Psychology (3.0)                    • BIOL 1010 General Biology                            3.0    • REC 3500        Recreation Administration (3.0)
Emphasis Elective Requirements:                6 Credits      or BIOL 1610 College Biology I (4.0)                           • REC 3700        Natural Resource Interpretation (3.0)
 • Any course 1000-level or higher                     6.0     • CHEM 1010 Introduction to Chemistry                  3.0    • REC 385G Ethical Concerns in Recreation (3.0)
                                                              or CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry for the                      • REC 4000        Outdoor Leadership (4.0)
                                                                                 Health Sciences (4.0)                       • REC 4400        Natural Resource and Protected
emphasis in                                                    • ZOOL 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy and          3.0                      Area Management (3.0)
outdoor Recreation management                  52 credits                        Physiology                                  • REC 4500        Wildland Recreation Behavior (3.0)
Emphasis Requirements:                        52 Credits     Fine Arts Distribution                                   3.0
 • MGMT 3170 Entrepreneurship                          3.0     • PSY 1100        Human Development Life Span          3.0
 or MGMT 3180 Small Business Development (3.0)                 • COMM 1020 Public Speaking                            3.0   minor in exercise science
 or MGMT 3210 Convention and Events
              Management (3.0)
                                                             Discipline Core Requirements:
                                                              •   EXSC 2500
                                                                          Sports Medicine
                                                                                                            82 Credits
                                                                                                                      3.0
                                                                                                                            and outdoor Recreation                         26 Credits
 or ENGL 3320 Grant and Proposal Writing (3.0)                •   EXSC 2510
                                                                          Sports Medicine Lab                         1.0
                                                                                                                            Discipline Core Requirements:                  26 Credits
 or BIOL 3800 Conservation Biology (3.0)                                                                                     •   PETE 2100    Skill Analysis I                     3.0
                                                              •           Foundations of Exercise Science
                                                                  EXSC 270G                                           3.0
 • REC 1535   Backpacking                              1.0                                                                   •   EXSC 270G    Foundations of Exercise Science      3.0
                                                              •           Kinesiology
                                                                  EXSC 3500                                           3.0
 • REC 1542   Wilderness First Responder               2.0                                                                   •   EXSC 2500    Sports Medicine                      3.0
                                                              •           Motor Learning and Development
                                                                  EXSC 3550                                           3.0
 • REC 1500   Canoeing I                               1.0                                                                   •   EXSC 2510    Sports Medicine Lab                  1.0
                                                              •           Exercise Physiology
                                                                  EXSC 3700                                           3.0
 • REC 1600   Winter Exploration                       1.0                                                                   •   EXSC 3270    Exercise Testing and Prescription    3.0
                                                              •           Exercise Physiology Laboratory
                                                                  EXSC 3705                                           1.0
 • REC 2400   Principles of Experiential Education     3.0                                                                   •   EXSC 3550    Motor Learning and Development       3.0
                                                              •           Psychosocial Aspects of Human
                                                                  EXSC 3750                                           2.0
              in Recreation                                                                                                  •   EXSC 3700    Exercise Physiology                  3.0
                                                                          Performance
 • REC 2600   Principles of Outdoor and                3.0                                                                   •   EXSC 3705    Exercise Physiology Laboratory       1.0
                                                              • DANC 3400 Dance in the Elementary School (or          2.0
              Adventure Education                                                                                            •   PETE 4250    Methods of Teaching Secondary        3.0
                                                                          a dance course approved by PETE
 • REC 2700   Leave No Trace Trainer                   1.0                                                                                    Physical Education
                                                                          coordinator)
 • REC 3100   Recreation Program Planning              3.0                                                                   • PETE 4260 Secondary Physical Education              1.0
                                                              • PETE 2100 Skill Analysis I                            3.0
 • REC 3200   Inclusive Recreation                     3.0                                                                                    Field Experience
                                                              • PETE 2200 Skill Analysis II                           3.0
 • REC 3300   Wilderness Skills                        1.0                                                                  Choose one of the following:                           2.0
                                                              • PETE 2300 Skill Analysis III                          3.0
 • REC 3400   Risk Management                          3.0                                                                   • PES 3220       Teaching and Coaching Basketball
                                                              • PETE 2400 Skill Analysis Capstone                     1.0
 • REC 3500   Recreation Administration                3.0                                                                                    (2.0)
                                                              • PETE 3100 Physical Education Pedagogy                 3.0
                                                                                                                             • PES 3230       Teaching and Coaching Football (2.0)
                                                                                                                             • PES 3240       Teaching and Coaching Volleyball (2.0)


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 • PES 3250       Teaching and Coaching Aerobics
                  and Cheerleading (2.0)
 • PES 3260       Teaching and Coaching Baseball
                  and Softball (2.0)


ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
degree requirement listings.)

emphasis in exercise science                   18 credits
Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
Exercise Science Emphasis
Complete the following:
 • EXSC 270G Foundations of Exercise Science            3.0
 • EXSC 3270 Exercise Testing and Prescription          3.0
 • EXSC 3500 Kinesiology                                3.0
 • EXSC 3700 Exercise Physiology                        3.0
 • EXSC 3705 Exercise Physiology Laboratory             1.0
Complete 5 credits from the following:                  5.0
 • Any PES 1000 level course except PES 1097,
    maximum of 1 credit may be applied to graduation
 • Any EXSC course 2050 or higher



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- EXSC, Exercise Science
- PES, Physical Education Sports
- PETE, Physical Education Teacher Education
- REC, Recreation




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                                                                                                                                 Facilities Management
                                                       physical property                                           See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
            Facilities                               • scheduling regular maintenance of facilities
                                                     • planning and logistics
                                                                                                                   for detailed course information. This department
                                                                                                                   manages the following course prefixes:
           Management                                PRoGRams
                                                                                                                   - BCCM, Building Construction and Construction
                                                                                                                                Management
                                                     Two options are available: An Associate in                    - BIT, Building Inspection Technology
Department of construction technologies              Applied Science degree and a Bachelor of                      - CAW, Cabinetry and Architectural Woodworking
                                                     Science Degree in Technology Management.                      - CMGT, Construction Management
                                                                                                                   - FAC, Facilities Management
Department chair: barry hallsted                     Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0
  Office: GT 601                                     (C) or higher is required for graduation.
  Telephone: 801-863-8135
                                                     aas in facilities management 66 Credits
                                                     General Education Requirements:               17 Credits
administrative support: sandra ozuna                  • CMGT 1150 Construction Safety                        2.0
  Office: GT 613                                      • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                    3.0
                                                      • EGDT 1600 Technical Math--Algebra (MATH              3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-7405                                              1040 required for BS in Technology
                                                                       Management)
                                                      • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
Program Coordinator: Eric Linfield                    • Any approved Biology or Physical Science             3.0
  Office: GT 613D                                       Distribution Course (Recommended: PHYS 1010)
                                                      • TECH 2000 Technology and Human Life                  3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8250                            Discipline Core Requirements:                 49 Credits
                                                      •           Financial Accounting
                                                           ACC 2010                                          3.0
                                                      •           Building Codes
                                                           BIT 1010                                          3.0
faculty:                                              •           Plan Review
                                                           BIT 1230                                          3.0
  Associate Professor                                 •           Building Information Modeling
                                                           CMGT 1160                                         3.0
                                                      or          3D Architectural Modeling (3.0)
                                                           EGDT 1020
    Eric Linfield                                     •           Principles of Construction
                                                           CMGT 3000                                         3.0
                                                                  Scheduling
                                                      • CMGT 3020 Building Envelopes and Mechanical          3.0
advisor:                                                          Systems
  Amy Ostler                                          • DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency               3.0
                                                      • FAC 1010  Survey of Facilities Management            3.0
    Office: CS 635                                    • FAC 1020  Space Planning and Management              3.0
    Telephone: 801-863-8138                           • FAC 281R  Cooperative Work Experience (1.0)          8.0
                                                      • FAC 285R  Cooperative Correlated Class (1.0)         2.0
                                                      • LEGL 3130 Real Estate Principles and Finance         3.0
advisory committee:                                   • LEGL 3140 Real Estate Law                            3.0
Mark Woods (chairperson), Novell, Inc.; Jim           • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                     3.0
                                                      • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                   3.0
Michaelis, Utah Valley University; Darin Jones,      Graduation Requirements:
Morinda Holdings/Tahitian Noni; Kris Ashby, Elite     1 Completion of a minimum of 66 semester credits.
Grounds.                                              2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above
                                                        (departments may require a higher GPA).
                                                      3 Residency hours: minimum of 20 credit hours through
college of technology & computing                       course attendance at UVU.
  Dean: Ernest Carey
    Office: CS 720                                   bs in technology management 124 Credits
    Telephone: 801-863-8321                          The following Technical Area is available (see the
                                                     Technology Management section of this catalog for
                                                     complete degree requirement listings.)
caReeR oPPoRtunities
The Facilities Management program is designed        emphasis in
                                                     facilities management                         46 credits
to prepare graduates to manage physical facilities   Emphasis Requirements                         46 credits
such as resorts, health care centers, government      •    BIT 1010     Building Codes                       3.0
facilities, recreational complexes, schools,          •    BIT 1230     Plan Review                          3.0
industrial plants, and apartment buildings.           •    CMGT 1150    Construction Safety                  2.0
                                                      •    CMGT 3000    Principles of Construction           3.0
Wherever there are buildings to be maintained                           Scheduling
there is a career opportunity for the facility        • CMGT 3020       Building Envelopes and Mechanical    3.0
manager.                                                                Systems
                                                      •    DGM 2010     Business Computer Proficiency        3.0
The job of the facility manager can vary              •    CMGT 1160    Building Information Modeling        3.0
                                                      or   EGDT 1020    3D Architectural Modeling (3.0)
considerably depending on the employing               •    EGDT 1600    Technical Math--Algebra              3.0
institution, but some of the more common              •    FAC 1010     Survey of Facilities Management      3.0
responsibilities are:                                 •    FAC 1020     Space Planning and Management        3.0
                                                      •    FAC 281R     Cooperative Work Experience          4.0
• providing environmental control such as: heating                      (Must be repeated) (1.0)
                                                      • FAC 285R        Cooperative Correlated Class (Must   1.0
  and cooling, air quality and lighting
                                                                        be repeated)
• maintaining buildings and grounds                   •    LEGL 3130    Real Estate Principles and Finance   3.0
• approving changes in existing structures and        •    LEGL 3140    Real Estate Law                      3.0
  approving plans for new facilities                  •    MGMT 2200    Business Communication               3.0
• supervising personnel                               •    MGMT 3010    Principles of Management             3.0
• purchasing
• budgeting and accounting
• preventative maintenance and protection of

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Finance & Economics
                                                   students for professional careers as certified
           Finance &
                                                                                                                • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                   financial planners. Unlike the other two degrees             • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                                                                                • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                   that offer Bachelor of Arts and Sciences as
           Economics
                                                                                                               Complete the following:
                                                   well as minors and emphases in integrated                    • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
                                                   studies, the PFP program is restricted to a single           • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                   bachelor degree. Students who complete the                   • PES 1097        Fitness for Life                      2.0
                                                                                                               Distribution Courses
                                                   PFP degree will in many respects emulate the
Department chair: lowell m. Glenn                                                                               • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/            3.0
                                                   careers of accountants who work with individuals                               Behavioral Science credit)
  Office: WB 215                                   and organizations in the management of                       • Biology                                               3.0
  Telephone: 801-863-8385                          wealth, personal resources, and provide other                • Physical Science                                      3.0
  E-mail: Lowell.Glenn@uvu.edu                                                                                  • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0
                                                   professional functions. The PFP Program is                   • Humanities Distribution (any foreign language         4.0
                                                   registered with the Certified Financial Planner                 202G/2020 class)
faculty:                                           Board of Standards, Inc. The classes taught in               • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0
                                                   the Department of Finance and Economics are                 Discipline Core Requirements:                   74 Credits
  Professor                                        designed to give students the background they               Business Foundation Courses:
     Mohammed A. El-Saidi                                                                                       • ACC 2010       Financial Accounting (3.0)
                                                   need to make professional business decisions.               and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)
     Norman D. Gardner                                                                                          or ACC 2030      Principles of Accounting                6.0
     Faridul Islam                                 Experienced faculty work with students in the                • Business Computer Proficiency Exam
     Amir Kia                                      development of theory and learning to apply the              or DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency *              3.0
                                                   principles of financial management, economics,               • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                               3.0
  Associate Professor                                                                                           • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                     4.0
                                                   statistics, and operations management courses                • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                       3.0
     Lynn Adams
                                                   critical to their professional development.                  • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                        3.0
     Vaughn S. Armstrong                                                                                       Business Core Courses:
     Lowell M. Glenn                                                                                            • FIN 3100       Principles of Finance                   3.0
     Abdus Samad                                                                                                • INFO 3120 Management Information Systems 3.0
                                                   job outlook                                                  • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                 3.0
  Assistant Professor                                                                                           • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                      3.0
     Cenk Caliskan                                 The need for economic and financial decision                 • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                     3.0
     Leo Chan                                      makers is increasing at all levels of business and           • MGMT 3450 Operations Management                        3.0
                                                   government. Job demand is high, particularly in              • MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series (1.0)
     Gary Mercado                                                                                               or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series                    1.0
                                                   larger metropolitan areas, and the employment               Economics Core Requirements:
     Andre Luis Rossi de Oliveira
                                                   outlook is excellent. Those trained in finance               • ECON 3010 Intermediate Microeconomics                  3.0
     Maritza Sotomayor                             and economics that also have competence in                   • ECON 3030 Intermediate Macroeconomics                  3.0
     Jacob Sybrowsky                               information analysis can enter fields such as                • ECON 3340 Managerial Statistics                        3.0
  Lecturer                                                                                                      • ECON 3830 History of Economic Thought                  3.0
                                                   fund management, energy, securities, securities              • ECON 4500 US Economic Development and                  3.0
     Vaughn Cox                                    market regulation, or government financial                                    History
  Visiting Professor                               management. Those with foreign language                      • ECON 4960 Senior Seminar Current Economic 3.0
                                                   capabilities may also have access to employment                               Issues
     Brent Eagar                                                                                               Economics Elective Requirements:
     Jerry Mason                                   in international business, international finance,            • Choose 15 credits from any 3000 or 4000 level         15.0
                                                   import/export, and securities operations. The PFP               ACC, ECON, or FIN course not already taken in
                                                   program gives graduates an opportunity to both                  consultation with appropriate faculty or an advisor.
Woodbury school of business advisement             work for themselves in a capacity as an individual          Elective Requirements:                          12 Credits
center:                                            planner as well as to obtain employment in other            Complete 12 credits of any foreign language course      12.0
                                                                                                               1010, 1020, 2010 sequence
  Office: WB 257                                   organizations as they provide needed services               Graduation Requirements:
  Telephone: 801-863-8032                          to clients.                                                   1 Completion of a minimum of 123 semester credits
                                                                                                                   required in the BA degree; at least 40 credit hours must
                                                                                                                   be upper-division courses.
Woodbury school of business:                                                                                     2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a
                                                   PRoGRams                                                        minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of
  Dean: Norman S. Wright                                                                                           Business courses. No grade lower than a “C-” in core
    Office: WB 128b                                As noted earlier, students interested in finance                and specialization courses.
    Telephone: 801-863-8260                        and economics may receive a Bachelor of                       3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of
                                                   Science Degree (BS) or Bachelor of Arts (BA) in                 business courses through course attendance at UVU,
    E-mail: Norman.Wright@uvu.edu                                                                                  with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.
                                                   Economics and also in Finance. There are also                 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                   Minors in both Economics and Finance as well                    requirements. Students are responsible for completing
The department offers three bachelor degree
                                                   as an emphasis in Integrated Studies in both the                all prerequisite courses.
programs in Economics, Finance, and Personal                                                                     5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
                                                   Economics and Finance disciplines. However, the
Financial Planning (PFP). Graduates in                                                                             Intercultural course.
                                                   PFP program only offers a Bachelor of Science               NOTE: Students will be limited to 15 hours of upper-division
economics find employment in a variety of
                                                   (BS) degree with a variety of courses designed              credit until advanced standing status is completed.
public and private institutions while many go
                                                   to prepare students to take accreditation                   Footnotes:
on to graduate education in law, public policy,                                                                  * Students will be required to complete the Business
                                                   exams offered by national financial planning
an MBA and other disciplines. The Finance                                                                          Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent
                                                   associations.                                                   or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a
degree expands on an emphasis in finance and
                                                                                                                   score of 80 percent or higher.
banking that was formerly a part of the business
management degree. Finance major’s move on         ba in economics                            123 Credits
to careers in corporate financial management, as   General Education Requirements:              37 Credits     bs in economics                               120 Credits
                                                    • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing             3.0
investment managers and analysts, in banking        • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
                                                                                                               General Education Requirements:                36 Credits
and other careers in the finance industry. The                                                                  • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing                3.0
                                                                     Social Sciences
                                                                                                                • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/      3.0
business world is more competitive today than in    or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                                                                                                 Social Sciences
past generations. Decision makers understand                         Technology (3.0)
                                                                                                                or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                    • MATH 1050 College Algebra                          4.0
the increasing importance of getting things        Complete one of the following:                        3.0
                                                                                                                                 Technology (3.0)
right the first time using business models and                                                                  • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0
                                                    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                               Complete one of the following:                           3.0
measurement methods to make policy decisions.      and HIST 2710     US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                                • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
The PFP program is designed to prepare              • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)


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and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                  • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                            or ENGL 2020      Intermediate Writing--Science and
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                     Technology (3.0)
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                    • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                         • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                    Complete one of the following:                           3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                             • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
Complete the following:                                         • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                 and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0   Complete the following:                                          • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0     • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
 • PES 1097        Fitness for Life                      2.0    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                  • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
Distribution Courses                                            • PES 1097        Fitness for Life                      2.0     • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
 • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/            3.0   Distribution Courses                                            Complete the following:
                   Behavioral Science credit)                   • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/            3.0     • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0
 • Biology                                               3.0                      Behavioral Science credit)                    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
 • Physical Science                                      3.0    • Biology                                               3.0     • PES 1097        Fitness for Life                      2.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0    • Physical Science                                      3.0    Distribution Courses
 • Humanities Distribution                               3.0    • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0     • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/            3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0    • Humanities Distribution (any foreign language         4.0                       Behavioral Science credit)
Discipline Core Requirements:                  74 Credits          202G/2020 class)                                             • Biology                                               3.0
Business Foundation Courses:                                    • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0     • Physical Science                                      3.0
 • ACC 2010        Financial Accounting (3.0)                  Discipline Core Requirements:                   74 Credits       • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0
and ACC 2020       Managerial Accounting (3.0)                 Business Foundation Courses:                                     • Humanities Distribution                               3.0
 or ACC 2030       Principles of Accounting            6.0       • ACC 2010      Financial Accounting (3.0)                     • Fine Arts Distribution                                3.0
 • Business Computer Proficiency Exam                          and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)                   Discipline Core Requirements:                  77 Credits
 or DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency *           3.0      or ACC 2030      Principles of Accounting                6.0   Business Foundation Courses:
 • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                            3.0       • Business Computer Proficiency Exam                            • ACC 2010       Financial Accounting (3.0)
 • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                  4.0      or DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency *              3.0   and ACC 2020       Managerial Accounting (3.0)
 • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                    3.0       • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                              3.0    or ACC 2030       Principles of Accounting            6.0
 • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                     3.0       • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                    4.0     • Business Computer Proficiency Exam
Business Core Courses:                                           • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                      3.0    or DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency *           3.0
 • FIN 3100        Principles of Finance               3.0       • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                       3.0     • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                           3.0
 • INFO 3120 Management Information Systems 3.0                Business Core Courses:                                            • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                 4.0
 • LEGL 3000 Business Law                              3.0       • FIN 3100      Principles of Finance                   3.0     • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                   3.0
 • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                   3.0       • INFO 3120 Management Information Systems 3.0                  • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                    3.0
 • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                  3.0       • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                3.0   Business Core Courses:
 • MGMT 3450 Operations Management                     3.0       • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                     3.0     • FIN 3100       Principles of Finance               3.0
 • MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series (1.0)               • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                    3.0     • INFO 3120 Management Information Systems 3.0
 or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series                 1.0       • MGMT 3450 Operations Management                       3.0     • LEGL 3000 Business Law                             3.0
Economics Core Requirements:                                     • MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series (1.0)               • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                  3.0
 • ECON 3010 Intermediate Microeconomics               3.0      or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series                    1.0     • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                 3.0
 • ECON 3030 Intermediate Macroeconomics               3.0     Finance Core Requirements:                                        • MGMT 3450 Operations Management                    3.0
 • ECON 3340 Managerial Statistics                     3.0       • ECON 3010 Intermediate Microeconomics (3.0)                   • MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series (1.0)
 • ECON 3830 History of Economic Thought               3.0      or ECON 3020 Managerial Economics                        3.0    or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series                 1.0
 • ECON 4500 US Economic Development and               3.0       • ECON 3340 Managerial Statistics                       3.0   Finance Core Requirements:
                   History                                       • FIN 3150      Financial Management                    3.0     • ECON 3020 Managerial Economics                     3.0
 • ECON 4960 Senior Seminar Current Economic 3.0                 • FIN 3400      Investment Management                   3.0    or ECON 3010 Intermediate Microeconomics              3.0
                   Issues                                        • FIN 4100      Management of Financial                 3.0     • ECON 3340 Managerial Statistics                    3.0
Economics Elective Requirements:                                                 Institutions                                    • FIN 3150       Financial Management                3.0
 • Choose 15 credits from any 3000 or 4000 level      15.0       • MGMT 4800 Strategic Management                        3.0     • FIN 4100       Management of Financial             3.0
    ACC, ECON, or FIN course not already taken                 and MGMT 4830 Strategic Management Capstone               1.0                      Institutions
    in consultation with an appropriate faculty or an                            Simulation                                      • FIN 3400       Investment Management               3.0
    advisor.                                                   Finance Elective Requirements:                                    • MGMT 4800 Strategic Management                     3.0
Elective Requirements:                         10 Credits        • Choose 14 credits from any 3000 or 4000 level        14.0   and MGMT 4830 Strategic Management Capstone            1.0
Complete 10 credits of any courses 1000 or higher.      10.0       ACC, ECON, or FIN course not already taken in                                  Simulation
Graduation Requirements:                                           consultation with appropriate faculty or an advisor.        Finance Elective Requirements:
  1 Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credits            Elective Requirements:                          12 Credits        • Choose 14 credits from any 3000 or 4000 level     14.0
    required in the BS degree; at least 40 credit hours must   Complete 12 credits of any foreign language course      12.0        ACC, ECON, or FIN course not already taken
    be upper-division courses.                                 1010, 1020, 2010 sequence                                           in consultation with an appropriate faculty or an
  2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a            Graduation Requirements:                                            advisor.
    minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of                 1 Completion of a minimum of 123 semester credits             Elective Requirements:                         10 Credits
    Business courses. No grade lower than a “C-” in core           required in the BA degree; at least 40 credit hours must    Complete 10 credits of any courses 1000 or higher.      10.0
    and specialization courses.                                    be upper-division courses.                                  Graduation Requirements:
  3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of               2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a               1 Completion of a minimum of 123 semester credits
    business courses through course attendance at UVU,             minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of                    required in the BS degree; at least 40 credit hours must
    with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.            Business courses. No grade lower than a “C-” in core            be upper-division courses.
  4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                    and specialization courses.                                   2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a
    requirements. Students are responsible for completing        3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of                  minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of
    all prerequisite courses.                                      business courses through course attendance at UVU,              Business courses. No grade lower than a “C-” in core
  5 Successful completion of at least one Global/                  with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.             and specialization courses.
    Intercultural course.                                        4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                   3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of
NOTE: Students will be limited to 15 hours of upper-division       requirements. Students are responsible for completing           business courses through course attendance at UVU,
credit until advanced standing status is completed.                all prerequisite courses.                                       with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.
Footnotes:                                                       5 Successful completion of at least one Global/                 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
  * Students will be required to complete the Business             Intercultural course.                                           requirements. Students are responsible for completing
    Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent       NOTE: Students will be limited to 15 hours of upper-division        all prerequisite courses.
    or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a           credit until advanced standing status is completed.               5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
    score of 80 percent or higher.                             Footnotes:                                                          Intercultural course.
                                                                 * Students will be required to complete the Business          NOTE: Students will be limited to 15 hours of upper-division
                                                                   Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent        credit until advanced standing status is completed.
ba in finance                                 123 Credits          or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a            Footnotes:
General Education Requirements:                37 Credits          score of 80 percent or higher.                                * Students will be required to complete the Business
 • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing                3.0                                                                       Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent
 • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/      3.0                                                                       or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a
                  Social Sciences                              bs in finance                                 123 Credits           score of 80 percent or higher.
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                General Education Requirements:                36 Credits
                  Technology (3.0)                              • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0    • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/     3.0
Complete one of the following:                           3.0                      Social Sciences



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                                                               Footnotes:                                                    See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
bs in Personal                                                  * Students will be required to complete the Business         for detailed course information. This department
financial Planning                            121 Credits          Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent
                                                                                                                             manages the following course prefixes:
General Education Requirements:                36 Credits          or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing               3.0       score of 80 percent or higher.
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/     3.0                                                                 - ECON, Economics
                   Social Sciences                                                                                           - FIN, Finance
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                minor in economics                            18 Credits      - MGMT, Business Management
                   Technology (3.0)                            Discipline Core Requirements:                 12 Credits
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                             4.0    •   ECON 2010    Microeconomics                        3.0
Complete one of the following:                           3.0    •   ECON 2020    Macroeconomics                        3.0
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                           •   ECON 3020    Managerial Economics                  3.0
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                  •   ECON 3830    History of Economic Thought           3.0
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       Elective Requirements:                          6 Credits
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   Choose six hours from the following courses        6.0
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                            • ECON 3030 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3.0)
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                 • ECON 3040 Environmental Economics (3.0)
Complete the following:                                         • ECON 3810 Labor Economics (3.0)
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                           3.0    • ECON 3820 Economic Development (3.0)
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)                 • ECON 4150 Public Finance (3.0)
 • PES 1097        Fitness for Life                      2.0    • ECON 4320 Mathematical Economics (3.0)
Distribution Courses                                            • FIN 4100       Management of Financial
 • ECON 2020 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/            3.0                     Institutions (3.0)
                   Behavioral Science credit)                   • FIN 4180       International Finance Management
 • Biology                                               3.0                     (3.0)
 • Physical Science                                      3.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science                3.0
 • Humanities Distribution
 • Fine Arts Distribution
                                                         3.0
                                                         3.0
                                                               minor in finance                              18 Credits
                                                               Discipline Core Requirements:                   9 Credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                  85 Credits       • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                             3.0
Business Foundation Courses:                                    • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                      3.0
 • ACC 2010       Financial Accounting (3.0)                    • FIN 3100  Principles of Finance                      3.0
and ACC 2020      Managerial Accounting (3.0)
                                                               Elective Requirements:                          9 Credits
 or ACC 2030      Principles of Accounting           6.0
                                                               Choose nine hours from the following courses            9.0
 • Business Computer Proficiency Exam
                                                                • FIN 3150      Financial Management (3.0)
 or DGM 2010 Business Computer Proficiency *         3.0
                                                                • FIN 3400      Investment Management (3.0)
 • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                          3.0
                                                                • FIN 4100      Management of Financial
 • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                4.0
                                                                                Institutions (3.0)
 • MGMT 2200 Business Communication                  3.0
                                                                • FIN 4160      Portfolio Management (3.0)
 • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                   3.0
                                                                • FIN 4170      Derivative Securities (3.0)
Business Core Courses:
 • LEGL 3000 Business Law                            3.0        • FIN 4180      International Finance Management
 • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior                 3.0                        (3.0)
 • FIN 3100       Principles of Finance              3.0
 • FIN 4290       Technological Applications in
                  Personal Financial Planning
                                                     3.0
                                                               ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
                                                               The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
 • MGMT 3450 Operations Management                   3.0
                                                               the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
 • MKTG 3600 Principles of Marketing                 3.0
                                                               degree requirement listings.)
 • MGMT 4800 Strategic Management                    3.0
and MGMT 4830 Strategic Management Capstone          1.0
                  Simulation                                   emphasis in economics                          18 credits
 • MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series (1.0)             Discipline Core Requirements:                 12 Credits
 or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series               1.0        •   ECON 2010    Microeconomics                        3.0
Personal Financial Planning Core Requirements:                  •   ECON 2020    Macroeconomics                        3.0
 • ACC 3400       Individual Income Tax              3.0        •   ECON 3020    Managerial Economics                  3.0
 • BESC 3800 Interviewing Skills                     4.0        •   ECON 3830    History of Economic Thought           3.0
 • FIN 3060       Introduction to the PFP Profession 3.0       Elective Requirements:                          6 Credits
 • FIN 3200       Financial Counseling               3.0       Choose six hours from the following courses        6.0
 • FIN 3210       Retirement Planning                3.0        • ECON 3030 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3.0)
 • FIN 3220       Risk Management and Insurance      3.0        • ECON 3040 Environmental Economics (3.0)
 • FIN 3400       Investment Management              3.0        • ECON 3810 Labor Economics (3.0)
 • FIN 4210       Estate Planning Fundamentals       3.0        • ECON 3820 Economic Development (3.0)
 • FIN 4270       Wealth Management Seminar          3.0        • ECON 4150 Public Finance (3.0)
 • FIN 4800       Personal Financial Planning        3.0        • ECON 4320 Mathematical Economics (3.0)
                  Capstone                                      • FIN 4100       Management of Financial
 • FIN 481R       Personal Financial Planning        6.0                         Institutions (3.0)
                  Internship (for a maximum of 6                • FIN 4180       International Finance Management
                  credits) (3.0)                                                 (3.0)
 • LEGL 4150 Wills Trusts and Probate                3.0
Graduation Requirements:
  1 Completion of a minimum of 121 semester credits            emphasis in finance                             18 credits
    required in the BS degree; at least 40 credit hours must   Discipline Core Requirements:                   9 Credits
    be upper-division courses.                                  • ECON 2010 Microeconomics                             3.0
  2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a             • MGMT 2340 Business Statistics I                      3.0
    minimum of 2.5 GPA in all Woodbury School of                • FIN 3100  Principles of Finance                      3.0
    Business courses. No grade lower than a “C-” in core       Elective Requirements:                          9 Credits
    and specialization courses.                                Choose nine hours from the following courses            9.0
  3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of              • FIN 3150      Financial Management (3.0)
    business courses through course attendance at UVU,          • FIN 3400      Investment Management (3.0)
    with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.         • FIN 4100      Management of Financial
  4 Completion of GE and specified departmental                                 Institutions (3.0)
    requirements. Students are responsible for completing       • FIN 4160      Portfolio Management (3.0)
    all prerequisite courses.                                   • FIN 4170      Derivative Securities (3.0)
  5 Successful completion of at least one Global/               • FIN 4180      International Finance Management
    Intercultural course.                                                       (3.0)
NOTE: Students will be limited to 15 hours of upper-division
credit until advanced standing status is completed.



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                                                                                                                                                  Geomatics
                                                     Geomatics is the study of geospatial                    number of students in obtaining graduate degrees
             Geomatics                               measurement and representation including such           in the field of Geomatics from other nationally
                                                     disciplines as land surveying, photogrammetry,          ranked institutions.
                                                     remote sensing (satellite imaging and laser/
                                                     LIDAR scanning), geographic information systems         Reminder: an overall grade point average of 2.0
Department of engineering Graphics &                 (GIS), cartography, global positioning systems          (C) or above is required for graduation.
Design technology                                    (GPS), geography and some elements of civil
                                                     engineering. Geomatics not only encompasses             as Pre-major in
Department chair: Robert Price                       traditional land surveying but today also includes      Geomatics                                    62 Credits
                                                     geography and other disciplines which integrate         General Education Requirements:              36 Credits
   Office: CS 704g                                   acquisition, modeling, analysis, and management          • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
   Telephone: 801-863- 8145 or 801-863-8363          of geo-spatial reference data. Some students will        • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/   3.0
                                                                                                                                Social Sciences
                                                     have opportunities to work for organizations such        or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
administrative support: christine bigelow            as the National Geodetic Survey (NGS), National                            Technology (3.0)
   Office: CS 704                                    Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),          Complete the following:                                4.0
                                                     Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National                • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus (4.0)
   Telephone: 801-863-8363                                                                                   Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                     Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA),             • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                     national, state, county, and city governmental           • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
Program coordinator: Danial l. Perry                 agencies, universities and colleges, and private         • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                     surveying and engineering firms.                        and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
   Office: CS 704c                                                                                            • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
   Telephone: 801-863-8525                                                                                    • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                     job Description – surveying (Geomatics)                 Complete the following:
                                                     Surveyors do some of their work in offices but           • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                         3.0
faculty:                                                                                                      • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness              2.0
                                                     much of their work takes place out-of-doors where        or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)
   Assistant Professor                               they perform surveys of public lands, private           Distribution Courses
   Daniel Gillins                                    properties, roads and highways, pipelines, and           • Biology                                             3.0
                                                     subdivisions, as well as all types of construction       • Physical Science                                    3.0
                                                                                                              • Additional Biology or Physical Science              3.0
advisor:                                             projects. The licensed surveyor today is required        • Humanities Distribution                             3.0
                                                     to know an increasing volume of real property and        • Fine Arts Distribution                              3.0
   Jessie Stewart                                    boundary laws as well as possess an exceptional          • Social/Behavioral Science                           3.0
     Office: CS 635                                  knowledge of sophisticated geo-spatial                  Discipline Core Requirements:                23 Credits
     Telephone: 801-863-6597                         measurement technology. Licensed Surveyors               •   Business Computer Proficiency Exam *
                                                                                                              •   MATH 1060 Trigonometry                            3.0
                                                     are required to make various mathematical                •   EGDT 1040 Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD        3.0
advisory board:                                      calculations using algebra, trigonometry, calculus,      •   EGDT 1400 Surveying                               4.0
                                                     and solid/plane geometry. They develop technical         •   EGDT 2400 Surveying Applications                  4.0
Michael Nadeau, PLS - Current Chairman of the                                                                 •   SURV 1020 Introduction to Geomatics               1.0
                                                     maps and other deliverables of 3D data for use
Utah Council of Land Surveyors and Meridian                                                                   •   SURV 2010 Land and Survey History                 3.0
                                                     by professionals in related disciplines as well          •   SURV 2030 Geodesy                                 3.0
Engineering, Survey Manager; Dan Webb,
                                                     as the general public. Some of the positions             •   SURV 2360 Public Land Records                     2.0
PLS - Cadastral Chief, State of Utah, Bureau of                                                              Elective Requirements:                        3 Credits
                                                     held by Geomatics students are: Surveyors,
Land Management; Von Hill, MBA, PLS - Utah                                                                   Choose 3 credits from the following:                3.0
                                                     Cartographers, Photogrammetrists, Geographic
Division of Professional Licensing (DOPL) and Hill   Information Systems (GIS) specialists, Survey
                                                                                                              • EGDT 1060 MicroStation (2.0)
and Associates, Inc., Owner; Sean Fernandez,                                                                  • EGDT 2730 Special Problems--Civil Drafting (2.0)
                                                     technicians, GIS technicians, Drafters, Civil            • GEOG 3630 Introduction to Geographic
PLS - Automated Geographic Reference Center          engineers, Landscape architects, Environmental                             Information Systems (4.0)
(AGRC) State Cadastral Surveyor, Governor’s          scientists and specialists, Social scientists, and       • SURV 2210 Photogrammetry and Remote
Office; Jim Kaiserman, PLS - Wasatch County          Urban/Regional planners.
                                                                                                                                Sensing (3.0)
                                                                                                              • SURV 2310 Surveying US Public Lands (3.0)
Surveyor; Ross Workman, PLS - Bureau of                                                                       • SURV 3010 Measurement Analysis and
Land Management, Senior Cadastral Surveyor;                                                                                     Adjustments (3.0)
Walt Cunningham, PLS - Salt Lake Community                                                                    • SURV 3030 Land Development Planning and
                                                     PRoGRams                                                                   Platting (3.0)
College, Geomatics Program Director; Dennis
                                                                                                              • SURV 3220 Control Surveys (3.0)
Carlisle, PLS - Carlisle Land Surveying, Owner;      Students in the Geomatics program may earn               • SURV 3230 Construction and Route Surveys (3.0)
Rob Mullen, PLS - Region Engineering and             an Associate in Science in Geomatics which will         Graduation Requirements:
Surveying, Owner; John Stahl, PLS - Cornerstone      help them be immediately employable as entry             1 Completion of a minimum of 62 semester credits.
Surveying, Owner; Harold Mitchell, PLS, PE,          level survey technicians. Students may also earn         2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                                                                 (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
Esq. - Boss Engineering and Harold Mitchell,         a Bachelor of Science in Geomatics which will
                                                                                                              3 Residency hours-- minimum of 20 credit hours through
Owner, Lawyer; Lance Greer, PLS - WW Clyde           prepare them to successfully pass the national              course attendance at UVU.
Companies, Surveying Manager; Kent Barney,           Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam which is a           4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
PLS - Northern Engineering, Surveying Manager,       significant step towards licensure. Then after four         requirements.
                                                                                                             Footnotes
Owner; Kevin Bishop, PLS - Oakhill’s Surveying,      (4) years of practical experience working under
                                                                                                              * Students will be required to complete the Business
Owner.                                               the direct supervision of other licensed surveyors          Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent
                                                     an individual is eligible to sit for another national       or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a
                                                     exam called Principles and Practice of Surveying            score of 80 percent or higher.
college of technology & computing                    as well as a state specific exam subsequent to
   Dean: Ernest Carey                                being awarded a license to practice surveying in        bs in Geomatics                            125 Credits
     Office: CS 720                                  a given state. The bachelor degree program has          General Education Requirements:              36 Credits
     Telephone: 801-863-8321                         been developed with four core disciplines which          • ENGL 1010      Introduction to Writing              3.0
                                                     build on an in-depth foundation of knowledge             • ENGL 2010      Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0
                                                                                                                               Social Sciences
                                                     needed for the professional practice of surveying        or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
caReeR oPPoRtunities                                 and mapping and which lead to eventual                                    Technology (3.0)
The Geomatics program prepares students to           licensure. Some of the goals of the Geomatics           Complete the following:                                4.0
                                                     program is to secure ABET/ASAC accreditation             • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus (4.0)
enter the workplace in a variety of disciplines.
                                                                                                             Complete one of the following:                         3.0
                                                     by fall semester 2017 and to interest a certain

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Geomatics
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                         2 Overall grade point average 2.5 or above with a
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                        minimum of 3.0 GPA in all Geomatics courses. No
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                               grade lower than a "C" in core discipline courses
and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                      including: (Geomatics, Measurement, Legal, and
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                            Surveying Practice core)
 • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                     3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours of
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                                Geomatics courses through course attendance at UVU,
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                     with at least 10 hours earned in the last 45 hours.
Complete the following:                                          4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                            3.0       requirements. Students are responsible for completing
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness                 2.0       all prerequisite courses.
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life (2.0)                       Footnotes
Distribution Courses                                             * Students will be required to complete the Business
 • Biology                                                3.0       Computer Proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent
 • Physical Science                                       3.0       or higher or complete the DGM 2010 course with a
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science                 3.0       score of 80 percent or higher.
 • Humanities Distribution                                3.0
 • Fine Arts Distribution                                 3.0
 • Social/Behavioral Science                              3.0
Discipline Core Requirements:                   83 Credits      cooPeRatiVe eDucation
GEOMATICS DISCIPLINE CORE
 • Business Computer Proficiency Exam *
                                                                Cooperative education is highly recommended
 • MATH 1060 Trigonometry                                 3.0   as an elective(s) in this major. As much as six
 • MATH 2040 Principles of Statistics                     4.0   (6) credit hours of electives are allowed in the
 • ENGL 2310 Technical Communication                      3.0   bachelor degree program as internships credits.
 • EGDT 1040 Computer Aided Drafting--AutoCAD             3.0
 • EGDT 1400 Surveying                                    4.0
 • EGDT 2730 Special Problems--Civil Drafting             2.0
 • SURV 1020 Introduction to Geomatics                    1.0
 • SURV 2010 Land and Survey History                      3.0   See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
 • SURV 2030 Geodesy                                      3.0   for detailed course information. This department
 • SURV 3010 Measurement Analysis and                     3.0   manages the following course prefixes:
               Adjustments
 • SURV 3030 Land Development Planning and                3.0
               Platting                                         - EART, Electrical Automation and Robotics
 • GEOG 3630 Introduction to Geographic                   4.0              Technology
               Information Systems                              - EGDT, Engineering Graphics and Design
 • GIS 2640    Geographic Information Systems             2.0              Technology
               and Surveying
MEASUREMENT CORE                                                - ENGR, Engineering
 • EGDT 2400 Surveying Applications                       4.0   - GIS, Geographic Information Systems
 • SURV 2210 Photogrammetry and Remote                    3.0   - MECH, Mechatronics Technology
               Sensing                                          - SURV, Land Surveying
 • SURV 3220 Control Surveys                              3.0
 • SURV 3230 Construction and Route Surveys               3.0
LEGAL CORE
 • SURV 2310 Surveying US Public Lands                    3.0
 • SURV 2320 Property Descriptions                        2.0
 • SURV 2360 Public Land Records                          2.0
 • SURV 3340 Boundary Law                                 3.0
 • SURV 4340 Surveying Legal Principles                   3.0
SURVEYING PRACTICE
 • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                 3.0
 • ACC 3000    Financial Managerial and Cost              4.0
               Accounting Concepts
 or ACC 2030   Principles of Accounting (6.0)
 • SURV 4500 Surveying Practice                           4.0
 • SURV 451R Geomatics Lecture Series (0.5)               1.0
 • SURV 455G Global Professional Ethics and               3.0
               Liabilities
 • SURV 4920 Senior Geomatics Project                     4.0
Elective Requirements:                            6 Credits
Complete 6 credits from the following list or any other   6.0
courses with department chair approval.
 • GIS 3640       Thematic Mapping Environmental
                  Impacts (3.0)
 • GIS 3650       Thematic Mapping Culture and
                  Societies (3.0)
 • SURV 481R Geomatics Internship (1.0)
 • SURV 490R Professional Topics in
                  Geomatics (2.0)
 • LEGL 4160 Contract Law (3.0)
 • EGDT 1060 MicroStation (2.0)
 • PHYS 2010 College Physics I (4.0)
 • PHYS 2020 College Physics II (4.0)
 • MATH 1210 Calculus I (5.0)
 • MATH 1220 Calculus II (5.0)
 • CHEM 1010 Introduction to Chemistry (3.0)
 • BOT 2050       Field Botany (3.0)
 • BOT 2100       Flora of Utah (3.0)
 • LEGL 3140 Real Estate Law (3.0)
 • LEGL 3150 Survey of Dispute Resolution (3.0)
 • LEGL 3410 Mediation and Negotiation (3.0)
Graduation Requirements:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 125 semester credits
   required for a BS degree; at least 40 credit hours must
   be upper-division courses.



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                                                                                                                                                                   History
                                                      American Studies.
                History
                                                                                                                    Discipline Core Requirements:                  45 Credits
                                                                                                                     • GEOG 1300 Survey of World Geography                    3.0
                                                                                                                     • HIST 1500 World History to1500                         3.0
                                                      aa/as Pre-major in                                             • HIST 151G World History from 1500 to the               3.0
                                                      history and Political science 62 Credits                                          Present
Department of history & Political science             General Education Requirements:             35 Credits         • HIST 2700 US History to 1877                           3.0
                                                       • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    • HIST 2710        US History since 1877                 3.0
                                                       • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0    • HIST 3010 The Nature of History                        3.0
Department chair: David R. connelly                                      Social Sciences                             • HIST 4980 Senior Research Thesis Research 3.0
                                                       or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                                   Component
                                                                         Technology (3.0)                            • HIST 4990 Senior Research Thesis Writing               3.0
                                                      Complete one of the following:                          3.0                       Component
administrative support: Paula Wankier                                                                               Complete any three upper-division History courses         9.0
                                                       • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning
  Office: LA 030                                                         (recommended for Humanities or             Select at least one course from each Area of Study      12.0
                                                                         Arts majors) (3.0)                         A. European History (3.0)
  Telephone: 801-863-8487                                                                                            • HIST 3110        Greek History (3.0)
                                                       • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
  Fax: 801-863-7013                                                      (recommended for Social Science             • HIST 3130        Roman Republic (3.0)
                                                                         majors) (3.0)                               • HIST 3140        Roman Empire (3.0)
                                                       • MATH 1050 College Algebra (recommended for                  • HIST 3150 Medieval Europe (3.0)
faculty:                                                                 Business, Education, Science, and           • HIST 3160 Renaissance and Reformation-
                                                                         Health Professions majors) (4.0)                               -Europe 1350 to 1600 (3.0)
  Professor                                                                                                          • HIST 3170        Absolutism Enlightenment and
                                                      Complete one of the following:                          3.0
    William W. Cobb, Jr.                               • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)                                             Revolution--Europe from 1600 to
    JaNae Brown Haas                                  and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)                                    1815 (3.0)
                                                       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       • HIST 3180 Nineteenth Century Europe (3.0)
    Keith Snedegar                                     • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   • HIST 3190 Twentieth Century Europe (3.0)
  Associate Professor                                  • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • HIST 3320 Modern Britain (3.0)
                                                       • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • HIST 366G The History of Modern
    Lyn Ellen Bennett
                                                      Complete the following:                                                           Russia--1864 to Present (3.0)
    Kathren Brown                                      • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0    • HIST 4170        The USSR Under Stalin (3.0)
    David R. Wilson                                    • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)               B. United States History (3.0)
                                                       or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0    • HIST 320G Women in American History to
  Assistant Professor                                                                                                                   1870 (3.0)
                                                      Distribution Courses
    John Hunt                                          • Biology                                              3.0    • HIST 321G Women in American History since
  Lecturer                                             • Physical Science                                     3.0                       1870 (3.0)
                                                       • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0    • HIST 322G History of the American West to
    Roger Blomquist                                    • Humanities Distribution                              3.0                       1900 (3.0)
                                                       • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0    • HIST 323G History of the American West since
                                                       • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0                       1900 (3.0)
college of humanities & social sciences                                                                              • HIST 3260 History of Utah (3.0)
                                                      Discipline Core Requirements:               16 Credits
  Dean: David P. Yells                                 • Complete 16 Credits from any ARCH, ECON,            16.0    • HIST 327G Indians of Utah (3.0)
                                                         GEOG, HIST, or POLS courses.                                • HIST 3460 US Military History (3.0)
    Office: LA 209d                                                                                                  • HIST 3520 The United States and
                                                      Elective Requirements:                      11 Credits
    Telephone: 801-863-7435                            • FOR AS DEGREE: Complete any course                  11.0                       Vietnam--1945 to Present (3.0)
                                                          numbered 1000 or higher                                    • HIST 3730 American Origins to 1790 (3.0)
                                                       • FOR AA DEGREE: One Foreign Language                  8.0    • HIST 3731        United States History 1790-1890 (3.0)
UVU’s History Program is dedicated to developing                                                                     • HIST 3732 United States History 1890-1945 (3.0)
                                                      and Complete any course numbered 1000 or higher         3.0
the twenty-first century student. We provide the      Graduation Requirements:                                       • HIST 3733 United States since 1945 (3.0)
general student body a broad range of courses                                                                        • HIST 3740        American Revolution (3.0)
                                                       1 Completion of a minimum of 62 semester credits.
                                                                                                                     • HIST 3745        Civil War and Reconstruction (3.0)
that increase global awareness, engagement             2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
                                                                                                                     • HIST 3800 Environmental History of the United
and informed citizenship, as well as develop             (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
                                                                                                                                        States (3.0)
                                                       3 Residency hours -- minimum of 20 credit hours through
critical thinking, writing, and oral expression. In      course attendance at UVU.
                                                                                                                     • HIST 381G Precolumbian America (3.0)
addition, History majors can choose from a large                                                                     • HIST 382G Indians of Eastern North America (3.0)
                                                       4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
                                                                                                                     • HIST 383G Indians of the Great Plains (3.0)
number of in-depth upper division courses that           requirements.
                                                                                                                     • HIST 384G Indians of the Southwest (3.0)
further their content knowledge and expand their       5 For the AA degree, completion of 8 credit hours of
                                                                                                                     • HIST 385G The Struggle for Self-
                                                         course work from one language.
abilities to critically analyze past and current                                                                                        determination--American Indians
events in a variety of regions and nations. In                                                                                          1891 to present (3.0)
all courses, students and faculty observe the         ba in history                              120 Credits         • HIST 3870 Constitutional History to Plessy
                                                                                                                                        1896 (3.0)
human experience by investigating the diverse         General Education Requirements:             36 Credits
                                                       • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing              3.0    • HIST 3880 Constitutional History since Plessy
historical perspectives of the past and present.       • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/    3.0                       1896 (3.0)
History faculty endeavor to teach in ways that                           Social Sciences                             • HIST 4600 Contemporary American Indian
                                                                                                                                        Political and Social Issues (3.0)
foster independent thinking, engage the students       or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
                                                                                                                     • HIST 463G Missions and Conversion in Early
with historical conversations and debates, and                           Technology (3.0)
                                                      Complete one of the following:                          3.0                       North America (3.0)
improve students’ ability to communicate in a          • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning (3.0)                      • HIST 466G Legacies and Reckonings in the
variety of media. Students who successfully            • MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)                                     American West (3.0)
                                                                                                                    C. World History (3)
complete our programs will have a valuable             • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
                                                                                                                     • HIST 204G Colonial Latin America (3.0)
set of skills for further study in graduate and       Complete one of the following:                          3.0
                                                       • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)                       • HIST 205G Modern Latin America (3.0)
professional programs, and careers in public           • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)                   • HIST 3020 Introduction to Public History (3.0)
service or private enterprise.                         • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)                           • HIST 3030 Introduction to African History (3.0)
                                                       • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)                • HIST 3430 Middle East History--1914-Present
                                                                                                                                        (3.0)
Lower division courses in U.S. History fill           Complete the following:
                                                                                                                     • HIST 3530 History of Vietnam (3.0)
                                                       • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                          3.0
general education requirements for American                                                                          • HIST 3540 History of South Africa (3.0)
                                                       • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
Institutions; other lower division courses meet        or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                     2.0    • HIST 3610 The Modern History of East Asia (3.0)
the social science distribution requirement or        Distribution Courses                                           • HIST 430G Violence and Social Conflict in Latin
                                                       • Biology                                              3.0                       America (3.0)
global/intercultural requirement. Upper division                                                                     • HIST 4430 History of Iran--1900 to Present (3.0)
                                                       • Physical Science                                     3.0
courses may be applied toward the BA in History,       • Additional Biology or Physical Science               3.0    • HIST 461G Peoples of the Atlantic World 1450-
BS in History Education, an emphasis in the            • Humanities Distribution (Fulfilled by completing     4.0                       1800 (3.0)
four-year Integrated Studies degree, or several           Foreign Language Course 202G/2020)                        D. Special Topics (3.0)
                                                       • Fine Arts Distribution                               3.0    • HIST 3440 The History of World War I (3.0)
interdisciplinary programs, such as American                                                                         • HIST 345G The History of World War II (3.0)
                                                       • Social/Behavioral Science                            3.0
Indian Studies, Peace and Justice Studies, and                                                                       • HIST 3550 Memory and History (3.0)


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History
 • HIST 393G       Natives and Explorers in the Early           Discipline Core Requirements:                 74 Credits       • HIST 393G       Natives and Explorers in the Early
                   Modern World 1400s-1600s (3.0)               Complete the following:                                                          Modern World 1400s-1600s (3.0)
 •   HIST 400R     History Practicum (3.0)                       • GEOG 1300 Survey of World Geography                  3.0    • HIST 4100       Jewish History (3.0)
 •   HIST 4100     Jewish History (3.0)                          • HIST 1740      US Economic History                   3.0    • HIST 420R Issues and Topics in Global History
 •   HIST 4130     Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust (3.0)         • HIST 1500 World History to1500                       3.0                      (3.0)
 •   HIST 4140     Genocide in the Twentieth Century             • HIST 151G World History from 1500 to the             3.0    • HIST 4130       Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust (3.0)
                   (3.0)                                                          Present                                      • HIST 4320 History of Scientific Thought (3.0)
 • HIST 420R       Issues and Topics in Global History           • HIST 2700 US History to 1877                         3.0    • HIST 4330 Machines in the Making of History (3.0)
                   (3.0)                                         • HIST 2710      US History since 1877                 3.0    • HIST 435R Issues and Topics in the History of
 • HIST 4320       History of Scientific Thought (3.0)           • HIST 3010 The Nature of History                      3.0                      Science (3.0)
 • HIST 4330       Machines in the Making of History             • HIST 3260 History of Utah                            3.0    • HIST 461G Peoples of the Atlantic World 1450-
                   (3.0)                                         • HIST 4250 Teaching History in the Secondary 3.0                               1800 (3.0)
 • HIST 435R       Issues and Topics in the History of                            Curriculum                                   • HIST 471R Special Issues and Topics in
                   Science (3.0)                                Professional Education Courses                                                   American History (3.0)
 • HIST 471R       Special Issues and Topics in                  • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                     3.0   Africa/Asia/Middle East*
                   American History (3.0)                        • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education 2.0             • HIST 3030 Introduction to African History (3.0)
 • HIST 482R       Public History Internship (2.0)               • EDSC 3250 Instructional Media                        2.0    • HIST 3430 Middle East History--1914-Present
 • HIST 490R       Independent Study (1.0)                       • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I                     2.0                      (3.0)
 • HIST 491R       Directed Readings (2.0)                       • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                    2.0    • HIST 3530 History of Vietnam (3.0)
Elective Requirements:                          39 Credits       • EDSC 4440 Content Area Reading and Writing 3.0              • HIST 3540 History of South Africa (3.0)
 • Any courses numbered 1000 or higher (15 credits 27.0          • EDSC 445G Multicultural Instruction ESL              3.0    • HIST 3610 The Modern History of East Asia (3.0)
   must be upper division).                                      • EDSC 4550 Secondary Curriculum Instruction           3.0    • HIST 4430 History of Iran--1900 to Present (3.0)
 • Complete additional 12 hours of one Foreign     12.0                           and Assessment                              Elective Requirements:                        12 Credits
   Language.                                                     • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching--Secondary (4.0) 10.0            • Any courses numbered 1000 or higher.                   12.0
Graduation Requirements:                                         • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students                       2.0   Graduation Requirements:
 1 Completion of a minimum of 120 credits, 40 of which          Choose one course from each of the following five     15.0     1 Completion of a minimum of 122 semester credits.
    must be 3000 level or higher.                               AREAS OF STUDY*:                                               2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above.
 2 Minimum UVU GPA of 2.0 upon graduation, with no              United States*                                                   (Departments may require a higher GPA.)
    HIST course grade below a C-.                                • HIST 320G Women in American History to                      3 Residency hours -- minimum of 30 credit hours through
 3 Completion of four semesters of one foreign language.                          1870 (3.0)                                     course attendance at UVU, with at least 10 hours
 4 Complete one of the two tracks in the Areas of Study          • HIST 321G Women in American History since                     earned in the last 45 hours.
    requirements.                                                                 1870 (3.0)                                   4 Completion of GE and specified departmental
 5 Comply with the catalog’s rule on maximum number of           • HIST 322G History of the American West to                     requirements.
    years in the program.                                                         1900 (3.0)                                   5 Successful completion of at least one Global/
 6 Minimum of 30 credits must be taken at UVU (at least          • HIST 323G History of the American West since                  Intercultural course.
    10 of which must be part of the final 45 credits earned).                     1900 (3.0)
 7 Successful completion of at least one Global/                 • HIST 327G Indians of Utah (3.0)
    Intercultural course.                                        • HIST 3520 The United States and                            minor in history                              21 Credits
NOTES:                                                                            Vietnam--1945 to Present (3.0)              Matriculation Requirements:
Students should frequently consult with his/her advisor on       • HIST 3730 American Origins to 1790 (3.0)                    1 Successful completion of one history course at UVU.
program requirements.                                            • HIST 3731      United States History 1790-1890 (3.0)        2 Admitted to a bachelor degree program at UVU.
                                                                 • HIST 3732 United States History 1890-1945 (3.0)            Discipline Core Requirements:                 12 Credits
                                                                 • HIST 3733 United States since 1945 (3.0)                    • HIST 1500      World History to 1500                    3.0
bs in history education                        122 Credits       • HIST 3740      American Revolution (3.0)                    • HIST 151G      World History from 1500 to the           3.0
Matriculation Requirements:                                      • HIST 3745      Civil War and Reconstruction (3.0)                            Present
 1 ACT exam required (re-take required if 7 years or older)      • HIST 3800 Environmental History of the United               • HIST 2700      US History to 1877                       3.0
   composite score of 20 or higher with no individual score                       States (3.0)                                 • HIST 2710      US History since 1877                    3.0
   lower than 19.                                                • HIST 381G Precolumbian America (3.0)                       Elective Requirements:                            9 Credits
 2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                        • HIST 383G Indians of the Great Plains (3.0)                 • Any three upper division history courses except         9.0
 3 Completion of all General Education requirements and          • HIST 385G The Struggle for Self-                              HIST 4860 and HIST 4990.
   required pre-professional education courses.                                   determination--American Indians             Graduation Requirements:
 4 An interview directed by the Teacher Education                                 1891 to present (3.0)                        1 Complete all history courses with a grade of “C-” or
   Selection and Retention Committee.                            • HIST 3870 Constitutional History to Plessy                    better.
 5 Pass criminal background check.                                                1896 (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 3880 Constitutional History since Plessy
General Education Requirements:                 36 Credits
 • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing           3.0
                                                                                  1896 (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 4600 Contemporary American Indian
                                                                                                                              ba/bs in integrated studies 123 Credits
 • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/ 3.0                                                                      The following Integrated Studies Emphasis is available (see
                                                                                  Political and Social Issues (3.0)
                   Social Sciences                                                                                            the Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete
                                                                 • HIST 463G Missions and Conversion in Early
 or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and                                                                               degree requirement listings.)
                                                                                  North America (3.0)
                   Technology (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 466G Legacies and Reckonings in the
 • MATH 1050 College Algebra                         4.0
Complete one of the following:                       3.0
                                                                                  American West (3.0)                         emphasis in history                            18 credits
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
                                                                Latin America*                                                Discipline Core Requirements:                 18 Credits
                                                                 • HIST 204G Colonial Latin America (3.0)                     History Emphasis
 • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 205G Modern Latin America (3.0)                       Complete one of the following:                             3.0
 • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 430G Violence and Social Conflict in Latin             • HIST 3010 The Nature of History (3.0)
Complete the following:
                                                                                  America (3.0)                                or HIST 3260 History of Utah (3.0)
 • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                       3.0
                                                                Europe/Russia*                                                 or See Advisor
 • HLTH 1100 Personal Health and Wellness (2.0)
                                                                 • HIST 3110      Greek History (3.0)                         Complete an additional 15 credits from any HIST           15.0
 or PES 1097       Fitness for Life                  2.0
                                                                 • HIST 3130      Roman Republic (3.0)                        course 3000 or higher (see advisor)
Distribution Courses
                                                                 • HIST 3140      Roman Empire (3.0)
 • Biology                                           3.0
                                                                 • HIST 3150 Medieval Europe (3.0)
 • Physical Science                                  3.0
 • Additional Biology or Physical Science            3.0
                                                                 • HIST 3160 Renaissance and Reformation-                     emphasis in social sciences                    18 credits
 • Humanities Distribution                           3.0
                                                                                  -Europe 1350 to 1600 (3.0)                  Emphasis Requirements:                        18 Credits
                                                                 • HIST 3170      Absolutism Enlightenment and                Complete 3 credits from the following courses:    3.0
 • ENGL 2510 American Literature before 1865 (3.0)
                                                                                  Revolution--Europe from 1600 to              • ARCH 1100 Introduction to Archaeology (3.0)
 or ENGL 2520 American Literature after 1865 (3.0)
 or ENGL 2610 British Literature before 1800 (3.0)                                1815 (3.0)                                   • ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science (3.0)
 or ENGL 2620 British Literature after 1800 (3.0)                • HIST 3180 Nineteenth Century Europe (3.0)                   • HIST 1740      US Economic History (3.0)
 • Fine Arts Distribution                            3.0         • HIST 3190 Twentieth Century Europe (3.0)                    • GEOG 1300 Survey of World Geography (3.0)
 • Social/Behavioral Science                         3.0         • HIST 3320 Modern Britain (3.0)                              • GEOG 2100 Geography of the United States (3.0)
 • POLS 1010 Introduction to Political Science (3.0)             • HIST 366G The History of Modern                             • GEOG 3010 Economic Geography (3.0)
 or POLS 2200 Introduction to Comparative Politics                                Russia--1864 to Present (3.0)                • GEOG 3430 Political Geography (3.0)
                   (3.0)                                         • HIST 4170      The USSR Under Stalin (3.0)                  • GEOG 3630 Introduction to Geographic
 or POLS 2100 Introduction to International                     Comparative/Topical*                                                            Information Systems (4.0)
                                                                 • HIST 3440 The History of World War I (3.0)                  • GEOG 3800 Environmental History of the United
                   Relations (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 345G The History of World War II (3.0)                                  States (3.0)
                                                                 • HIST 367G History of Russian Film (3.0)                    Complete 3 credits from the following courses:    3.0
                                                                                                                               • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)


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                                                                                     History
 •   POLS 1010     Introduction to Political Science (3.0)
 •   POLS 1020     Political Ideologies (3.0)
 •   POLS 1100     American National Government (3.0)
 •   POLS 1440     Introduction to Middle East Politics
                   (3.0)
 • POLS 2200 Introduction to Comparative Politics
                   (3.0)
 • POLS 2100 Introduction to International
                   Relations (3.0)
 • POLS 1800 Our Global Community (3.0)
 • POLS 2120 Political Parties (3.0)
 • POLS 230G Introduction to Political Theory (3.0)
 • POLS 3000 Political Analysis (3.0)
 • POLS 3030 State and Local Government (3.0)
 • POLS 3100 Survey of International Terrorism (3.0)
 • POLS 3150 US Presidency (3.0)
 • POLS 3200 US Congress (3.0)
 • POLS 3500 International Relations of the Middle
                   East (3.0)
 • POLS 356G Comparative Politics of Central
                   Asia (3.0)
 • POLS 359G American Indian Law and Tribal
                   Government (3.0)
 • POLS 3600 International Relations of East
                   Asia (3.0)
 • POLS 480R Internship (2.0)
Complete at least 3 credits from the following courses: 3.0
 • HIST 1500 World History to 1500 (3.0)
 • HIST 151G World History from 1500 to the
                   Present (3.0)
 • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
 • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
 • HIST 2710       US History since 1877 (3.0)
Complete an additional 9 credits from any GEOG,            9.0
HIST, or POLS course 3000 or higher (see advisor).



See Course Descriptions section of the catalog
for detailed course information. This department
manages the following course prefixes:

- HIST, History
- POLS, Political Science
- SOSC, Social Science




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Hospitality Management
                                                      for students interested in food production
            Hospitality                               management. This track is ideal for those training
                                                                                                                    as Pre-major in
                                                                                                                    hospitality management                         60 credits
                                                      to be executive chefs, restaurant production
           Management
                                                                                                                    General Education Requirements:                35 Credits
                                                      managers, institutional food service or restaurant             • ENGL 1010       Introduction to Writing             3.0
                                                      managers. The demand for management staff                      • ENGL 2010       Intermediate Writing--Humanities/ 3.0
                                                      in the restaurant industry is high, particularly for                             Social Sciences
                                                      those with culinary skills. The students will be               or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing--Science and
Department of management                                                                                                               Technology (3.0)
                                                      required to have a minimum of 15 credit hours in              Complete one of the following:
                                                      Culinary Arts courses to complete this track.                  • MATH 1030 Quantitative Reasoning                    3.0
Department chair: David mcarthur                                                                                     or MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics (3.0)
                                                      *See Culinary Arts Institute section of this catalog           or MATH 1050 College Algebra (4.0)
   Office: WB 243                                     for program.                                                   or An Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Test with a
   Telephone: 801-863-7144                                                                                              score of 3 or higher
                                                                                                                    Complete one of the following:                         3.0
   E-mail: David.McArthur@uvu.edu                                                                                    • HIST 2700 US History to 1877 (3.0)
                                                      PRoGRams                                                      and HIST 2710      US History since 1877 (3.0)
                                                                                                                     • HIST 1700 American Civilization (3.0)
Program coordinator: D. craig huish                                                                                  • HIST 1740       US Economic History (3.0)
                                                      Three options are available: Associate in Applied
   Office: WB 203b                                                                                                   • POLS 1000 American Heritage (3.0)
                                                      Science Degree; Associate in Science Degree;                   • POLS 1100 American National Government (3.0)
   Telephone: 801-863-8728                            and Bachelor of Science Degree in Hospitality                 Complete the following:
   E-mail: huishcr@uvu.edu                            Management.