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               2008-2009
                       TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS       6

AEROSPACE STUDIES                          7

AFRICAN STUDIES                            8

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES                   9

ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE                   10

ANTHROPOLOGY                               11

ART HISTORY                                12

ART STUDIO                                 13

ASIAN STUDIES                              15

ASTRONOMY                                  16

BIOLOGY                                    17

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                    18

CHEMISTRY                                  19

CHINESE STUDIES                            20

CLASSICAL STUDIES                          21

COACHING IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION             22

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS       23

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE                     24

COMPUTER SCIENCE                           25

CRIMINAL JUSTICE                           27

DANCE                                      28

ECONOMICS                                  29
EDUCATION                                         30-35
      EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                      30
      ELEMENTARY EDUCATION                           31
      SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST                32
      FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION                     33
      EDUCATION (GENERAL)                            34

ENGLISH                                              36

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES                                37

EUROPEAN STUDIES                                     39

FILM STUDIES                                         41

FRENCH                                               42

GEOGRAPHY                                         43-45
     GENERAL GEOGRAPHY                               43
     METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY                     43
     PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY                              43
     GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS                  44
     REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY                              44
     ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY                          45

GEOLOGY                                              46

GERMAN                                               47

HEALTH PROMOTION, EDUCATION AND BEHAVIOR (HPEB)      48

HISTORY                                              49

HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT             50

INFORMATION SCIENCE                                 51

INQUIRY                                           52-54

ISLAMIC CULTURE STUDIES                              55

ITALIAN                                              56

JAPANESE                                             57
JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS            58-60
        ADVERTISING and PUBLIC RELATIONS        58
        ELECTRONIC                              59
        PRINT                                   59
        SECONDARY EDUCATION                     60

LATIN                                           61

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES                          62

LINGUISTICS                                     63

MARINE SCIENCE                                  64

MATHEMATICS                                     65

MEDIA ARTS                                      66

MEDICAL HUMANITIES                            67-69

MILITARY SCIENCE                                70

MUSIC                                           71

NAVAL SCIENCE                                   72

NEUROSCIENCE                                  73-74

PHILOSOPHY                                      75

PHYSICS                                         76

POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES     77

PORTUGUESE                                      78

PSYCHOLOGY                                      79

RELIGIOUS STUDIES                               80

RENAISSANCE STUDIES                             81

RETAIL MANAGEMENT AND FASHION MERCHANDISING     82

RUSSIAN                                         83
RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES                   84


SOCIAL WORK                                    86

SOCIOLOGY                                      87

SOUTHERN STUDIES                             88-89

SPANISH                                        -2-

SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS                          -3-

SPORT AND ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT             -4-

STATISTICS                                     -5-

TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT AND TRAINING MANAGEMENT     -6-

THEATRE                                        -7-

WOMEN'S STUDIES                                -9-

MINOR CODES                                   -10-
  MINOR IN ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

      Prerequisites:
      MATH 141          Calculus I
      MATH 142          Calculus II
      MATH 250          Vector Calculus         OR        MATH 241 Vector Calculus

      Required:
      MATH 511          Probability (=STAT 511)
      STAT 512          Mathematical Statistics
      STAT 513          Theory of Statistical Inference

      And three (3) courses from three (3) of the following four (4) categories:
      i)     MATH 514   Financial Mathematics I (= STAT 522)
      ii)    STAT 510   Applied Probability         OR STAT 520     Forecasting and Time Series
      iii)   MATH 526   Numerical Linear Algebra OR MATH 544        Linear Algebra
      iv)    MATH 570   Discrete Optimization       OR MATH 574     Discrete Mathematics

NOTE: Only one of MATH 526 or 544 may be applied toward minor credit
                  MINOR IN AEROSPACE STUDIES

General Courses (4 hours):
     AERO 101   Introduction to the Air Force Today I (1)
          Corequisite: AERO 101L
     AERO 102   Introduction to the Air Force Today II (1)
          Corequisite: AERO 102L
     AERO 201   The Air Force Way I (1)
          Corequisite: AERO 201L
     AERO 202   The Air Force Way II (1)
          Corequisite: AERO 202L


Professional Courses (16 hours):
     AERO 301      Quality Air Force Leadership and Management I (4)
     AERO 302      Quality Air Force Leadership and Management II (4)
     AERO 401      National Security Affairs (4)
     AERO 402      Preparation for Active Duty II (4)
                           MINOR IN AFRICAN STUDIES
The minor in African Studies focuses primarily on sub-Saharan Africa. This region‘s historical and
current connections with North African and the neighboring Middle East, however, have led to the
inclusion of up to six hours (two courses) on the latter areas among those approved for the African Studies
minor. Successful completion of the minor requires 18 hours, or six three-hour courses, taken from at least
two departments and within the categories below. To count for minor credit, each course needs to be
passed with a grade of C or higher. The approved course list is subject to change as departments add or
drop courses with substantial African content.

A.      Core courses—six hours, or two courses, selected from the following:
           1.   HIST 106, Introduction to African History
           2.   GEOG 228, Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
           3.   ANTH 307, Cultures of Africa

B.      Courses on North Africa and the Middle East—at least three hours (one course) and no
        more than six hours (two courses), selected from among:
           1.    ARAB 121, Beginning Arabic
           2.    ARAB 122, Beginning Arabic
           3.    ARAB 201, Intermediate Arabic
           4.    ARAB 202, Intermediate Arabic
           5.    ARAB 398, Selected Topics
           6.    HIST 104, Introduction to the Civilization of the Islamic Middle East
           7.    HIST 348, North Africa from Colonialism to Revolution: 1830-1962
           8.    HIST 349, Contemporary Middle East and North Africa
           9.    HIST 386/RELG 354, Islamic Institutions and Traditions

C.     Additional courses—two or three courses selected from the following (enough to add up
       to 18 hours for the minor):
            1.   ECON 505, International Development Economics
            2.   ENGL 348, African Literature
            3.   FREN 453, Francophone Literatures and Cultures
            4.   GEOG 569, Environment and Development
            5.   HIST 351, Africa to 1800
            6.   HIST 352, Africa since 1800
            7.   HIST 566, Problems in the History of Africa South of the Sahara
            8.   POLI 380, Comparative Politics of Developing Countries
            9.   POLI 432, Nationalism and Ethnicity in World Politics
           10.   POLI 433, Economic Aspects of International Politics
           11.   SWAH 121, Beginning Swahili
           12.   SWAH 122, Beginning Swahili
Note: In addition, a student may petition the African Studies Program to apply special topic or
independent study courses with substantial African content towards the minor.
                MINOR IN AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
A minor in African American Studies is proposed for students who desire to gain insight and knowledge of
the history and culture of African Americans. It is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in
communities where an understanding of African American Studies would enhance their interpersonal
relationships. The minor should strengthen the academic and human exposure of those who seek
employment in a multi-cultural environment. It should be of particular importance to students seeking
careers in Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Medicine, Public Health, Social Work, and Journalism. The
African American Studies minor also is suggested for individuals who intend to do graduate study or
research in African American Studies.

Students are required to take African American Studies 201 and 202, and to choose an additional
twelve (12) credits from the courses listed below:

        AFRO 308                African American Feminist Theory
        AFRO 335                Survey of Civil Rights Movement
        AFRO 498,499            Seminar in African American Studies
        ANTH 303                African American Cultures
        ANTH 307                Culture of Africa
        ANTH 576                African American Folklife and Archeology
        ENGL 428                African American Literature
        GEOG 428                Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
        POLI 432                Race, Ethnicity and World Politics
        POLI 446                International Relations of Africa
        HIST 106                History of Africa
        HIST 351                Africa to 1800
        HIST 352                Africa Since 1800
        HIST 415                Black America
        HIST 479                Oral History (Work to focus on African Americans)
        HIST 648, 649           The Black Experience in the United States
        MUSC 399                Independent Study
                                (Work to focus in African American music and/or composers)
        PSYC 330                Psychology and the African American Experience
        RELG 342                The African American Religious Experience
        RELG 373                Religion in the South
        SOCY 335                Minority Group Relations
            MINOR IN ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE


Prerequisites (8 hours):
      GREK 121             Elementary Ancient Greek I
      GREK 122             Elementary Ancient Greek II




Choose six of the following (18 hours):
      GREK 305             The Greek New Testament
      GREK 321             Plato
      GREK 322             Homer
      GREK 501             Herodotus
      GREK 502             Thucydides
      GREK 533             Sophocles
      GREK 534             Euripides
      GREK 543             Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns
      GREK 550             Greek Seminar
                        MINOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY


This minor consists of 18 semester hours.


Required (6 hours):
       ANTH 101                     Primates, People, and Prehistory
       ANTH 102                     Understanding Other Cultures


AND 4 courses of your choice at the 200-level or above.



In certain cases ANTH 101 or ANTH 102 can be exempted by permission of the Undergraduate
Director in the Department and replaced with 2 other anthropology courses.
                        MINOR IN ART HISTORY

Required (6 hours):
      ARTH 105    History of Western Art (Paleolithic times to the Renaissance)
      ARTH 106    History of Western Art (Renaissance to the present)


AND
Choose three 300-level courses (9 hours).

AND
Choose one 500-level course (3 hours).
                            MINOR IN ART STUDIO

2-D Minor (Painting, Drawing, Graphic Design, Printmaking, Photography)

      ARTS 102              Visual Arts Computing
      ARTS 103              Fundamentals of Art
      ARTS 111              Basic Drawing I

      ARTS 112              Basic Drawing II
                     Or
      ARTS 107              Color and Composition

Choose a two course sequence:

      Drawing:              ARTS 232, 233           Figure Structure I & II
                                               Or
                            ARTS 330, 331           Intermediate Drawing I & II


      Painting:             ARTS 210                Introduction to Painting
                            ARTS 310                Intermediate Painting I


      Printmaking:          ARTS 215                Introduction to Printmaking
                            ARTS 315                Intermediate Printmaking I


      Graphic Design:       ARTS 245                Introduction to Graphic Design I
                            ARTS 246                Introduction to Graphic Design II


      Photography:          ARTS 261                Photography
                            ARTS 360                Intermediate Photography I

                     With this course sequence, students may substitute ARTS 260 Introduction
                     to Photography for ARTS 112 or 107.
3-D Minor (Ceramics, 3D Studies)

     ARTS 102          Visual Arts Computing
     ARTS 104          3 Dimensional Design I
     ARTS 108          3 Dimensional Design II
     ARTS 111          Basic Drawing I


Choose a two course sequence:

     Ceramics:         ARTS 220             Beginning Ceramics
                       ARTS 320             Intermediate Ceramics I

     3D Studies:       ARTS 225             Introduction to Three Dimensional Studies
                       ARTS 325             Intermediate Three Dimensional Studies I


     NOTE:             All students pursuing a minor may take more than 18 hours.
                           MINOR IN ASIAN STUDIES
The minor in Asian Studies requires a minimum of 18 credit hours from the courses listed below
or other related courses pre-approved by the director of the program. It must include courses
from at least three groups listed below. Of the 18 hours, at least 12 must be 300-level or above.
In addition, the student is encouraged to take courses in Chinese or Japanese. One 3-hour 200-
level course in Chinese or Japanese can be counted towards the minor.

Group I (History)
       HIST 105                      Introduction to East Asian Civilization
       HIST 354                      Modernization of China and Japan
       HIST 357                      Japan to 1800: Aristocrats and Warriors
       HIST 358                      Japan since 1800
       HIST 574                      China in Revolution
       HIST 575                      China since 1949
       HIST 576                      Japan: The Military Tradition
       HIST 577                      Consumer Culture in Modern East Asia


Group II (Political Science)
       POLI 103B                     Controversies in Politics of Global Regions: Asia
       POLI 444                      International Relations in Japan
       POLI 448                      Politics and Government of China
       POLI 489                      Politics and Government of Japan


Group III (Anthropology and Religious Studies)
       ANTH 316                      Southeast Asian Cultures
       RELG 351                      Religions of South Asia
       RELG 352                      Religions of the Far East
       RELG 356                      Introduction to Buddhism
       RELG 551/ANTH 515             Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures

Group IV (Literature, Culture and Film Studies)
       CHIN 301                      Literature and Culture in Contemporary China
       CHIN 398A                     Chinese Calligraphy
       JAPA 340                      Introduction to Japanese Culture and Literature
       JAPA 341                      Modern Japanese Literature
       JAPA 350                      Japanese Culture and Society through Film
       JAPA 351                      Japanese Culture and Society through Theatre
       CPLT 303                      Great Books of the East World
       FILM 598T                     Topic/Films from China
                   MINOR IN ASTRONOMY

Prerequisites:
ASTR 111, 111A            Descriptive Astronomy I


Required:
ASTR 211, 211A            Descriptive Astronomy II

AND at least 12 hours in advanced courses numbered 311 or higher.
                       MINOR IN BIOLOGY
Prerequisites:
       BIOL 101             Biological Principles I
       BIOL 102             Biological Principles II

Required:
       *BIOL 301            Ecology and Evolution
       *BIOL 302            Cell and Molecular Biology
       *BIOL 303            Fundamental Genetics
*At least two of these must be completed before progressing to a higher level.

Eight additional credits selected from 400 through 600 levels.

At least two (2) courses must have accompanying laboratories.

Other courses required:
       CHEM 111, 112, and 333

NOTE: At least two courses beyond BIOL 101-102 must have accompanying labs.
              MINOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Required Courses (6 hours):
      ECON 224           Survey of Economics
      ACCT 222           Introduction to Accounting


*Electives (12 hours):
      FINA 369           Personal Finance
      MGMT 371           Principles of Management
      MKTG 350           Principles of Marketing
      ECON 301           Money and Banking
      ECON 311           Issues in Economics
      ECON 379           Governmental Policy Toward Business



* It is recommended that ECON 224 and ACCT 222 be completed before taking 300-level
BA/ECON courses.
                             MINOR IN CHEMISTRY

Prerequisites:
CHEM 1111      General Chemistry
CHEM 1121      General Chemistry
MATH 111       Basic College Math   Or     MATH 115      Precalculus Math

Required:
CHEM 321/321L1        Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 333/331L         Organic Chemistry/Essentials of Organic Chemistry Lab
CHEM 334/332L         Organic Chemistry II/Essentials of Organic Chemistry Lab

Plus 4-6 additional hours from courses numbered 300 and above.


1
    CHEM 141 and 142 are equivalent to CHEM 111, 112, and 321L
                               Minor in Chinese Studies
The minor in Chinese is designed to give students in any department the opportunity to
complement their major course of study with a strong foundation in Chinese language and
culture. In order to give students both the language skills they will need on the job market and a
practical knowledge of Chinese culture that is essential to round out those skills, the minor
requires students to complete three years of Chinese and three additional culture or language
courses.

Minor Requirements (18 hours at 200 level and above):

Required:
Students will complete Chinese language through CHIN 302. CHIN 202, CHIN 301, and CHIN
302 will be counted for credit towards the minor.

9 credit hours from any of the following courses:
CHIN 240 -- Chinese Culture, Tradition, and Modern Societies. (3) Introduction to Chinese
culture, heritage, and modern societies. Readings selected from printed and online sources.
Taught in English.

CHIN 398 -- Selected Topics. (3) Intensive study in selected authors or literary movements of
China, including cultural aspects. May be repeated for credit under different suffix. Taught in
English.

CPLT 303 -- Great Books of the Eastern World. {=ENGL 392} (3) Classical and contemporary
poetry and prose of the Middle and Far East.

CPLT 415 -- Topics in Comparative Literary Relations. (3) Topics involving two or more
national literatures. Topics to be announced in master schedule by suffix and title. (with
approval)

ANTH 291 -- Selected Topics in Anthropology. (1-3) Topics of special interest. May be taken
more than once as topics change. (with approval)

HIST 354 -- Modernization of China and Japan. (3) The impact of the West on China and Japan
from the 17th century to the end of World War II. Emphasis on the rise of nationalism and the
conflict between modernization and traditionalism in each country.

POLI 443 -- International Relations of East Asia and the Pacific. (3) Political patterns and forces
in the Asia/Pacific region in recent times including the process of decolonization, regional
conflicts, great power relations, and economic interdependencies.

POLI 448 -- Politics and Government of China. (3) Political institutions and processes of the
People's Republic of China with secondary emphasis on the government and politics of the
Republic of China on Taiwan.
                       MINOR IN CLASSICAL STUDIES
A minor in classical studies consists of 18 credit hours of prescribed courses as follows:

Required (9 hours):
               CLAS 586      Classical Mythology (3)
                                     and
               Six hours of Greek or Latin at the 300-level or above.


Electives (9 hours):
Choose 1 of the following courses:
      CPLT 301       Great Books of the Western World I
      CLAS 240       Sport & Combat in the Ancient World
      CLAS 320       Sexuality and Gender in Ancient Greece
      CLAS 321       Sexuality, Gender, & Power in Ancient Rome
      CLAS 401       Greek and Latin Literature in Translation


Choose 1 of the following courses:
      HIST 502       Greek History and Civilization to 146 B.C.
      HIST 503       The History of Rome, 753-27 B.C.
      HIST 504       The Roman Empire, 27 B.C.-A.D. 480


Choose 1 of the following courses:
      ARTH 313       History of Roman Art
      PHIL 303       Greek and Roman Philosophy after Aristotle
      PHIL 505       Plato
      PHIL 506       Aristotle
      RELG 302       New Testament
      RELG 312       The Life and Letters of Paul
      RELG 313       The Johannine Literature

Courses not listed here that are pertinent to Classical Studies may be used upon approval of the
program director.


For more information, contact:
Catherine J. Castner
Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
803-777-2837
castnerc@sc.edu
         MINOR IN COACHING IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
A minor in Athletic Coaching is offered for students who are interested in coaching but who do
not want to major in teacher certification in physical education and athletic training. This minor
is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge to assist in preparation to coach sport
teams at a variety of levels. The minor in Athletic Coaching is comprised of 18 hours as detailed
below.

Required:
PEDU 263                      Introduction to Athletic Training (3)
PEDU 340                      Practicum in Instructional Aspects of Physical Education (1)
                                      (Coreq: PEDU 360)
PEDU 360                      Instructional Aspects of Physical Education (3)
                                      (Coreq: PEDU 340)
PEDU 420                      Motor Learning in Physical Education (3)
PEDU 464                      Conditioning Methods in Athletic Performance (2)
PEDU 650                      American Coaching Effectiveness Program (3)
  And
CPR Certification


Elective (choose 1):
PEDU 300                      First Aid: Responding to Emergencies (3)
EDCE 510                      Introduction to Counseling (3)
                                      (Prereq: Senior or graduate standing)
EDCE 650 (=PEDU 660)          Counseling Student Athletes (3)
PSYC 380                      Sport Psychology (3)
SPTE 110                      Sport in American Life (3)




For more information, visit http://www.ed.sc.edu/PHYSED/coaching.html
or contact:
Dr. Eva Monsma
Department of Physical Education
evadocz@gwm.sc.edu
  MINOR IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (COMD) offers courses focusing on
speech and language function in children and adults. COMD‘s primary mission is to train graduate
speech-language pathologists to work with children and adults who have problems in communication
due to developmental delays; voice disorders or stuttering; diseases like stroke or Parkinson‘s
disease; and communication problems due to traumatic brain injury or accidents. Graduates work in
hospitals, rehabilitation centers or schools, and 100% of the graduates are employed at graduation.

As part of this program, a minor has been developed for undergraduate students interested in learning
more about the field of speech-language pathology, expanding their background in child
development or adult rehabilitation, or the study of normal human language function. The minor is
an excellent area of study for students in education, exercise science, sociology, psychology, biology,
foreign languages, linguistics, special education, as well as many other related fields. The COMD
minor consists of 18 hours of course selections offered in the Fall and Spring semesters and again
during Summer I and II. These courses include:


Course                                                                 Offered
COMD 500       Introduction to Communication Disorders (3)             Fall & Spring
COMD 501       Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and                Fall & Summer I
               Hearing Mechanism                       (3)
COMD 507       Phonetics                               (3)             Fall & Summer I
COMD 560       Observation in Speech & Audiology*      (3)             Fall, Spring, & Summer I
   (525a)
COMD 526       Articulation Disorders**                     (3)        Spring & Summer II
COMD 570       Introduction to Language Development         (3)        Spring & Summer II
*COMD 500 and background check prerequisite
**COMD 507 Prerequisite




For more information:
Teresa Boyett, Graduate Admissions Counselor
Communication Sciences & Disorders
tboyett@sc.edu
               MINOR IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE


Required (6 hours):
       CPLT 270                    World Literature
       CPLT 300                    Introduction to Comparative Literature


Electives (6 hours):
       CPLT 301 (=ENGL 390)        Great Books of the Western World I
       CPLT 302 (=ENGL 391)        Great Books of the Western World II
       CPLT 303 (=ENGL 392)        Great Books of the Eastern World


AND One CPLT course, 300-level or above
AND One literature course in the student=s foreign language, 300-level or above
                      MINOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
You must take the required courses and choose one of the following tracks.

Required Courses (11 hours):
       CSCE 145              Algorithmic Design I (4)
       CSCE 146              Algorithmic Design II (4)
       CSCE 212              Introduction to Computer Architecture (3)




Advanced Courses (9 hours):
       Any two CSCE courses at the 300 level or above with the exception of CSCE 500.
       Note: Some of these courses have MATH or STAT prerequisites that are not listed.

       Recommended tracks are listed below. Each track has one course that is required.
       Some of the tracks have choices for the 2 remaining courses. Others have specific course
       requirements.


                             Artificial Intelligence Tracks
                      CSCE 245      Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
                                    and
                      CSCE 350      Data Structures and Algorithms
                      CSCE 580      Artificial Intelligence


                                    Database Track
                      CSCE 245      Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
                                    and
                      Choose two:
                      CSCE 311    Operating Systems
                      CSCE 330    Programming Language Structures
                      CSCE 520    Database System Design


                                    Hardware Track
                      CSCE 211      Digital Logic Design
                                    and
                      CSCE 313      Embedded Systems Laboratory
                      CSCE 513      Computer Architecture
      Programming Languages Track
CSCE 245    Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
            and
CSCE 330    Programming Language Structures
CSCE 531    Compiler Construction




      Scientific Computing Track
CSCE 245    Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
            and
CSCE 564    Computational Science
CSCE 567    Visualization Tools




      Systems Programming Track
CSCE 245    Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
            and
Choose two:
CSCE 311    Operating Systems
CSCE 510    Systems Programming
CSCE 547    Windows Programming




      Theory of Computation Track
CSCE 245    Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
            and
Choose two:
CSCE 350    Data Structures and Algorithms
CSCE 355    Foundations of Computation
CSCE 551 (= MATH 562) Theory of Computation
                        MINOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

This minor will provide the student with an overview of the criminal justice system, including
courses specifically dealing with each of the three major sub-systems (police, courts, and
corrections), as well as a course in criminal law and a course in criminology. Students majoring
in Sociology, Psychology, and Political Science (particularly those interested in public
administration) will find this to be an attractive and suitable minor. Also, any student interested
in graduate study in the field of criminal justice would benefit greatly from this minor, as would
any student with a general interest in the area of social services or human welfare.

Required (3 hours):
       CRJU 101 The American Criminal Justice System

Choose any two (6 hours):
       CRJU 211/311 The American Police System
       CRJU 231/312 The American Criminal Court System
       CRJU 321/313 The American Correctional System


Electives: (9 hours):
       Choose one:                CRJU 321/314 Criminal Law
                                  CRJU 341(=SOCY 353) Sociology of Crime
        AND

       Two additional Criminal Justice courses at the 300-, 400- or 500-level.
                                    MINOR IN DANCE

This minor consists of 3 hours of DANC 577 Dance Performance (1) with the USC Dance
Company and 6 hours of Dance Technique courses (4 hours of which are at the intermediate or
advanced levels) from the following list:

       Required:
              DANC 274                     Beginning Modern Dance (1)
              DANC 374                     Intermediate Modern Dance (1)
              DANC 375                     Beginning Ballet (1)
              DANC 376                     Intermediate Ballet (1)
              DANC 378                     Beginning Jazz Dance (1)
              DANC 379                     Intermediate Jazz Dance (1)
              DANC 474                     Advanced Ballet (1)

       Electives (9 hours):
              DANC 101                     Dance Appreciation
              DANC 371                     Introduction to Choreography
              DANC 377                     Historic Dance
              DANC 380                     Musical Theatre
              DANC 390                     Dance Studio Operations
              DANC 399                     Independent Study
                            MINOR IN ECONOMICS


Prerequisite:
       ECON 224      Introduction to Economics (3)

                     OR

       ECON 221      Principles of Microeconomics (3)
                     AND
       ECON 222      Principles of Macroeconomics (3)




Required (6 hours):
       ECON 321      Economic Theory (microeconomics)
       ECON 322      Economic Theory (macroeconomics)

AND an additional twelve hours of approved electives from courses numbered 300-500.



No more than 6 hours of 300-level electives may count towards an economics minor.
                             MINORS IN EDUCATION

Any undergraduate student interested in schools, children, and families may complete a general
education minor which must include the 12-hour education core courses plus six additional hours
of education courses or other courses on the approved list of electives (see below). Any
undergraduate student interested in teaching in secondary schools should contact her/his major
academic advisor or the Office of Student Affairs in the College of Education for an advisement
supplement. [Note: Certification in Secondary Education is not awarded until after the 5th year
masters program.]

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MINOR
Students may complete any degree program outside of education and include the Education
Minor in Early Childhood Education. Students entering the University prior to September 1,
2003 who wish to become teachers through the 5th year masters program should complete the
education core, specialty area, and additional requirements listed below. The fifth year Master‘s
option for Early Childhood Education is not available to students who were first admitted and/or
enrolled as a freshman after the Fall 2003 term.

Core Requirements:
               EDFN 300    Schools in Communities                                 (3)
                    (Coreq: EDTE 400 and completion of community service project)
               EDTE 400    Learning through Community Service                     (1)
                    (Coreq: EDFN 300 and completion of community service project)
               EDPY 401    Learners and the Diversity of Learning                 (3)
                    (Coreq: EDPY 401P; Prereq: EDFN 300 AND EDTE 400)
               EDPY 401P Practicum: Learners and the Diversity of Learning        (1)
                    (Coreq: EDPY 401)
               EDTE 402    Teachers and Teaching                                  (3)
                    (Coreq: EDTE 402P; Prereq: EDFN 300 and EDTE 400, EDPY 401 and
                    EDPY 401P)
               EDUC 402P Practicum: Teachers and Teaching                         (1)
                    (Coreq: EDTE 402)


Specialty Area Requirements:
               EDEC 540      The Young Child
               (Prereq: Successful complettion of education core requirements)
               EDEC 610      Family Life Education: A Developmental Perspective            (3)
               (Prereq: EDEC 540)
Additional Requirements: (to be completed within the degree program)
               English composition, grammar, and literature                               (9)
               Children‘s literature (e.g. SLIS/CLIS 325, 523, or 525, ENGL 431)          (3)
               Mathematics, computer science, statistics, or philosophy (logic)           (3)
               Mathematics for the elementary school (e.g. MATH 221)                      (3)
               Seven hours in natural sciences (must include at least 1 lab)
                       Biological science                                                (3-4)
                       Physical science                                                 (3-4)
               Two area of the fine arts (e.g. art, music, drama)                          (6)
               Social sciences                                                             (6)
               U.S. History or government                                                  (3)
               Non-Western, Non-European culture or nation
                       (history, literature, religion, or approved social science)        (3)
               Physical Education (e.g. PEDU 575, 3 one-hour skills courses)              (3)
               Exceptionalities (e.g. PSYC 510 or 528, EDEX 523)                          (3)


ELEMENTARY EDUCATION MINOR
Students may complete any degree program outside of education and include the Education
Minor in Elementary Education. Students entering the University prior to September 1, 2003 who
wish to become teachers through the 5th year masters program should complete the education
core, specialty area, and additional requirements listed below. The fifth year Master‘s option for
Elementary Education is not available to students who were first admitted and/or enrolled as a
freshman after the Fall 2003 term.

Core Requirements:
               EDFN/EDUC 300    Schools in Communities                     (3)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 400 and completion of community service project)
               EDTE/EDUC 400    Learning through Community Service         (1)
               (Coreq: EDFN/EDUC 300 and completion of community service project)
               EDPY/EDUC 401    Learners and the Diversity of Learning     (3)
               (Coreq: EDPY/EDUC 401P; Prereq: EDFN/EDUC 300 AND EDTE/EDUC 400)
               EDPY/EDUC 401P Practicum: Learners and the Diversity of Learning (1)
               (Coreq: EDPY/EDUC 401)
               EDTE/EDUC 402    Teachers and Teaching                             (3)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 402P; Prereq: EDFN/EDUC 300 AND EDTE/EDUC 400,
               EDPY/EDUC 401 AND EDPY/EDUC 401P)
               EDTE/EDUC 402P Practicum: Teachers and Teaching                    (1)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 402)

Specialty Area Requirements:
               EDTE 201       Classroom Inquiry with Technology (3)
              EDTE 600      Systematic Effective Teaching (3)



Additional Requirements: (to be completed within the degree program)
              English composition, grammar, and literature                           (9)
              Children‘s literature (e.g. SLIS/CLIS 325, 523, or 525, ENGL 431)      (3)
              Mathematics                                                            (3)
              Mathematics for the elementary school (e.g. MATH 221)                  (3)
              Seven hours in natural sciences (must include at least 1 lab)
                      Biological science                                            (3-4)
                      Physical science                                              (3-4)
              Two area of the fine arts (e.g. art, music, drama)                      (6)
              Social sciences                                                         (6)
              U.S. History or government                                              (3)
              Non-Western, Non-European culture or nation
                      (history, literature, religion, or approved social science)    (3)
              Physical Education (e.g. PEDU 575, 3 one-hour skills courses)          (3)
              Exceptionalities (e.g. PSYC 510 or 528, EDEX 523)                      (3)




SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST MINOR
Students may complete any degree program and include the Education Minor. Students who wish
to become teachers through the 5th year masters program should complete the education core,
specialty area, and additional requirements listed below. For more information, call
(803) 777-3858.

Core Requirements:
              EDFN 300    Schools in Communities                                     (3)
                   (Coreq: EDUC 400 and completion of community service project)
              EDTE 400    Learning through Community Service                         (1)
                   (Coreq: EDUC 300 and completion of community service project)
              EDPY 401    Learners and the Diversity of Learning                     (3)
                   (Coreq: 401P; Prereq: EDUC 300 AND 400)
              EDPY 401P Practicum: Learners and the Diversity of Learning            (1)
                   (Coreq: EDUC 401)
              EDTE 402    Teachers and Teaching                                      (3)
                   (Coreq: EDUC 402P; Preq: EDUC 300, 400, 401, 401P)
              EDTE 402P Practicum: Teachers and Teaching                             (1)
                   (Coreq: EDUC 402)

Specialty Area Requirements (Choose 1):
       CLIS 525      Materials for Children                              (3)
       CLIS 527        Materials for Adolescents                            (3)




Additional Requirements (Choose 1):
       ANTH 557               Psychological Anthropology
       ARTE 520               Art for Elementary Schools
       ARTE 530               Art of Children
       EDEX 523               Introduction to Exceptional Children
       EDEX 531               Specific Learning Disabilities of School Children
                              (Prereq: EDEX 523 or PSYC 528 or consent of instructor)
       PSYC 510               Abnormal Behavior in Children
                              (Prereq: PSYC 420 OR 410 or consent of instructor)
       PSYC 520               Psychology of Child Development
                              (Prereq: PSYC 420 or consent of instructor)
       PSYC 521               Psychology of Adolescence
                              (Prereq: PSYC 420 or consent of instructor)
       PSYC 528               Psychology of Children with Exceptionalities)
                              (Prereq: PSYC 420 or 520 or consent of instructor)
       THEA 522               Creative Drama
       THEA 526               Children‘s Theatre
                              (Prereq: THEA 170 and 253 or conset of instructor)

Students must also demonstrate and document successful experiences with children and/or
adolescents (ex. Join a professional support group or volunteer for leadership, teaching, tutoring,
or mentoring with children or young adults).



FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION MINORS
       Students interested in becoming teachers of French, Latin, or Spanish may contact the
       Office of Student Affairs for supplemental advisement forms. A minor is required for
       admission to the M.T. in a foreign language. NOTE: The 5th year Master of Teaching
       (M.T.) degree in the areas of French, Latin, and Spanish is available to students who were
       French, Latin, or Spanish majors prior to Summer 2005.

       Students who wish to include a minor in French Education, Latin Education or Spanish
       Education may complete the education core and six hours of electives chosen from the
       provided list.

       Core Requirements:
               EDFN/EDUC 300    Schools in Communities                          (3)
                    (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 400 and completion of community service project)
               EDTE/EDUC 400    Learning through Community Service              (1)
               (Coreq: EDFN/EDUC 300 and completion of community service project)
          EDPY/EDUC 401    Learners and the Diversity of Learning          (3)
               (Coreq: EDPY/EDUC 401P; Prereq: EDFN/EDUC 300 AND
               EDTE/EDUC 400)
          EDPY/EDUC 401P Practicum: Learners and the Diversity of Learning (1)
               (Coreq: EDPY/EDUC 401)
          EDTE/EDUC 402    Teachers and Teaching                           (3)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 402P; Prereq: EDFN/EDUC 300 AND
               EDTE/EDUC 400, EDPY/EDUC 401 AND EDPY/EDUC 401P)
          EDTE/EDUC 402P Practicum: Teachers and Teaching                  (1)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 402)

   Electives:
   French Education: FREN 515 and either FORL 510 or 511
   Latin Education: LATN 575 and either FORL 510 or 511
   Spanish Education: SPAN 409 and either FORL 510 or 511




GENERAL EDUCATION MINOR
   Students who wish to include an education minor other than those previously listed may
   complete the education core and six hours of electives chosen from the provided list.

   Core Requirements:
          EDFN/EDUC 300    Schools in Communities                          (3)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 400 and completion of community service project)
          EDTE/EDUC 400    Learning through Community Service              (1)
               (Coreq: EDFN/EDUC 300 and completion of community service project)
          EDPY/EDUC 401    Learners and the Diversity of Learning          (3)
               (Coreq: EDPY/EDUC 401P; Prereq: EDFN/EDUC 300 AND
               EDTE/EDUC 400)
          EDPY/EDUC 401P Practicum: Learners and the Diversity of Learning (1)
               (Coreq: EDPY/EDUC 401)
          EDTE/EDUC 402    Teachers and Teaching                           (3)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 402P; Prereq: EDFN/EDUC 300 AND
               EDTE/EDUC 400, EDPY/EDUC 401 AND EDPY/EDUC 401P)
          EDTE/EDUC 402P Practicum: Teachers and Teaching                  (1)
               (Coreq: EDTE/EDUC 402)

   Electives:
   ANTH 557             Psychological Anthropology                                 (3)
   ARTE 520             Art for Elementary Schools                                 (3)
   ARTE 530             Art of Children                                            (3)
       SLIS/CLIS 325         Materials for Children                                  (3)
       SLIS/CLIS 523         Materials for Early Childhood                           (3)
       SLIS/CLIS 525         Materials for Children                                  (3)
       SLIS/CLIS 527         Materials for Adolescents                               (3)
       SLIS/CLIS 529         Topics in Library, Information, and Media Services      (3)
       EDCE 510              Introduction to Counseling                              (3)
                             (Prereq: Must be in Senior standing)
       EDCE 600              Communications Skills in Counseling                     (3)
       EDCE 601              Group Procedures in Counseling                          (3)
                             (Prereq: Completion of or current enrollment in EDCE 600)
       EDEC 250              Play and Early Learning                                 (3)
       EDEC 610              Parent/Family Dynamics in Early Childhood Education     (3)
       EDTE 600              Systematic Effective Teaching                           (3)
       EDEC 505P             Inquiry Practicum: Roles of Elementary School Teachers (1)
       EDEX 523              Introduction to Exceptional Children                    (3)
       EDEX 531              Specific Learning Disabilities of School Children       (3)
                             (Prereq: EDEX 523 or PSYC 528 or consent of instructor)
       EDPY 335              Introduction to Educational Psychology                  (3)
       MUED 454              Music for Young Children                                (3)
       MUED 465              General Music in Elementary Schools                     (2)
                             (Prereq: EDUC 300 or permission of instructor)
       MUED 466              General Music in the Secondary Schools                  (2)
                             (Prereq: EDUC 300 or permission of instructor)
       PEDU 575              Physical Education for the Classroom Teacher            (3)
                             (Prereq: EDUC 201)
       PSYC 510              Abnormal Behavior in Children                           (3)
                             (Prereq: PSYC 420 OR 410 or consent of instructor)
       PSYC 520              Psychology of Child Development                         (3)
                             (Prereq: PSYC 420 or consent of instructor)
       PSYC 521              Psychology of Adolescence                               (3)
                             (Prereq: PSYC 420 or consent of instructor
       PSYC 528              Psychology of Children with Exceptionalities            (3)
                             (Prereq: PSYC 420 or 520 or consent of instructor)
       SOCY 524              Interpersonal Behavior in Families                      (3)
       THEA 526              Children‘s Theatre                                      (3)
                             (Prereq: THEA 170 and 253 or consent of instructor)




If you would like more information, please contact:
        Emmie May
        College of Education, Office of Student Affairs, Wardlaw 113.
Phone: 777-6732
Fax: 777-3068
Email: emmay@gwm.sc.edu
                              MINOR IN ENGLISH

Prerequisites:
      ENGL 101 and 102 and one sophomore English course chosen from ENGL 283, 285,
      287-289. These courses will also satisfy basic degree requirements in the College of Arts
      and Sciences, Liberal Arts division.


Required:
      Eighteen hours of 300-500 level ENGL courses.
                   MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
The minor in Environmental Studies consists of a minimum of 18 hours. Four courses (12-13 hours) make
up the required core. The remaining 6 hours must come from the approved courses list. Students wishing
to enter the Environmental Studies minor must first complete ENVR 101 and 101L as a prerequisite. A
course in statistics (STAT 110 or equivalent) is strongly recommended. All prerequisite courses may be
used to meet general education requirements, if applicable. Students enrolled in the College of Science
and Mathematics or the College of Engineering must choose their remaining hours from the courses listed
below specifically for them. Students who are enrolled in other colleges or schools should choose their
remaining hours from the courses listed specifically for them. No courses will be allowed to count for both
the minor in Environmental Studies and the student=s major. South Carolina Honors College students are
encouraged to pursue this course of study, but honors proseminars in environmentally-related subjects used
for credit toward the minor must be approved by the School of the Environment Education Committee.

A student may pursue a minor in Environmental Studies with the academic advisor=s approval. The
student must declare the selection of the minor in the office of the student=s major academic dean. Further
information may be obtained from the School of the Environment, Office of the Dean, Byrnes Building,
Room 7021, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208; Phone: (803) 777-1825; e-mail:
meerm@environ.sc.edu.

Prerequisite:
       ENVR 101/101L                     Introduction to the Environment                            (4)

Required (choose one course from each group listed below):                                      (12-13)
       GROUP A:
       BIOL 270/270L          Introduction to Environmental Biology                                (4)
       GEOG 343                       Human Impact on the Environment                              (3)

        GROUP B:
        GEOL 215 (=MSCI 215)             Coastal Environments of the Southeast                     (3)
        GEOL 205                         Earth Resources                                           (3)

        GROUP C:
        POLI 477                         Ecology and Politics                                      (3)
        PHIL 341                         Environmental Ethics                                      (3)

        GROUP D:
        ECON 548                         Environmental Economics (Preferred)                        (3)
                                         (Prereq: ECON 221 and 222 OR ECON 224)
        ECON 500                         Urban Economics                                            (3)
        ECON 508                         Law and Economics                                          (3)



Additional Requirements:                                                                      (6)
       Selectives for students majoring in the College of Arts and Sciences (Science and Math
       division) or the College of Engineering:
       ANTH 565                        Health and Disease in the Past                             (3)
        ANTH 569 (=GEOG 569)            Environment and Development                                   (3)

        GEOG 346                        Climate and Society                                           (3)
        GEOG 347                        Water as a Resource                                           (3)
        GEOG 516                        Coastal Zone Management                                       (3)
        GEOG 530                        Environmental Hazards                                          (3)
        GEOG 566                        Social Aspects of Environmental Planning and Management        (3)
        GEOG 568                        Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change                (3)
                                        (Prereq: GEOG 343 or consent of instructor)
        GEOG 569 (=ANTH 569)            Environment and Development                                   (3)
        POLI 368                        Interest Groups and Social Movements                          (3)
        POLI 421                        Law & Contemporary International Problems                     (3)
        POLI 431                        Science, Technology and World Affairs                         (3)
        HIST 448                        American Environmental History                                 (3)
        JOUR 562                        Journalism of Science                                          (3)
        PHIL 317                        Ethics of Science and Technology                              (3)
        SOCY 315                        World Population: Problems & Politics                         (3)
        SEGL 307                        Literature and Nature (only at USC-Spartanburg)                (3)


Selectives for students majoring in the College of Arts and Sciences (Liberal Arts division) or the
College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management:
        BIOL 301                         Ecology and Evolution                                        (3)
                                         (Prereq: BIOL 102 or MSCI 102)
        BIOL 570                         Principles of Ecology                                        (3)
                                         (Prereq: BIOL 301 or MSCI 101, 102, 302)
        CHEM 321                         Quantitative Analysis                                        (3)
                                         (Prereq: CHEM 112 or SCCC 104. Coreq: CHEM 321L)
        GEOG 346                         Climate and Society                                          (3)
        GEOG 347                         Water as a Resource                                          (3)
        GEOG 371                         Air Pollution Climatology                                    (3)
        GEOL 560                         Earth Resource Management                                    (3)
        GEOL 561                         Environmental Field Geology                                  (3)
        GEOL 570                         Environmental Hydrogeology                                   (3)
                                         (Prereq: GEOL 101 and CHEM 111)
        MSCI 390                         Science and Environmental Policy                             (3)
                                         (Prereq: BIOL 301 or MSCI 302 or consent of Instructor)
        MSCI 557 (=GEOL 557)             Coastal Processes                                            (3)
                                         (Prereq: consent of instructor)
        ECIV 350                         Introduction to Environmental Engineering                    (3)
                                         (Prereq: CHEM 112 and MATH 141)
        ECIV 551                         Elements of Water and Wastewater Treatment                   (3)
                                         (Prereq: ECIV 350)
        ENGR 540                         Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing                      (3)
                                         (Prereq: consent of instructor)
        STAT 519                         Sampling                                                     (3)
                                         (Prereq: STAT 515 or equivalent)


Students from colleges other than Arts and Sciences; Engineering and Information Technology; or
Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management may choose the final 6 hours from either or both tracks.
                      MINOR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES

Required (9 hours):
       EURO 300                   Introduction to European Studies       (3)
       European Language, 2 courses of 200-level or higher or equivalent (6)

Electives (9 hours):
Three courses involving more than one discipline and focusing on more than one country from
the following list:

       ARTH 315             History of Medieval Art (3)
       ARTH 320             History of Italian Renaissance Art (3)
       ARTH 321             History of Northern Renaissance Art (3)
       ARTH 325             History of Southern Baroque Art (3)
       ARTH 326             History of Northern Baroque Art (3)
       ARTH 327             History of 18th Century Art (3)
       ARTH 330             History of 19th Century Art (3)
       ARTH 335             History of 20th Century Art (3)

       ECON 303             The International Economy (3)
       ECON 408             History of Economic Thought (3)

       ENGL 390              Great Books of the Western World I {=CPLT 301} (3)
       ENGL 391              Great Books of the Western World II {=CPLT 302} (3)
       ENGL 400-419         (Genre and period courses in specifically English literature.)
       ENGL 438B             Studies in Regional Literature (3). Scotland.
       ENGL 438C             Studies in Regional Literature (3). Ireland.
       ENGL 438E             Studies in Regional Literature. (3) Authors and literary forms
                             representative of the British Commonwealth.

       HIST 306             The Birth of Europe (3)
       HIST 307             Family and Society in Europe (3)
       HIST 308             Popular Culture in Europe, c.1200-1700 (3)
       HIST 309             Age of Renaissance (3)
       HIST 310             Age of Reformation (3)
       HIST 311             The Age of Absolutism, 1648-1715 (3)
       HIST 312             French Revolution and Napoleon (3)
       HIST 313             The Enlightenment (3)
       HIST 316             Nineteenth-Century Europe (3)
       HIST 317             Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II (3)
       HIST 318             Europe from World War II to the Present (3)
       HIST 320             The History of Great Britain (3)
       HIST 321             The History of Great Britain (3)
       HIST 322             Celtic and Roman Britain, 2000 B.C.-A.D. 500 (3)
       HIST 323             England under the Normans and Angevins, 1066-1307 (3)
       HIST 324             Late Medieval England, 1307-1485 (3)
       HIST 325             England Under the Tudors, 1485-1603 (3)
       HIST 326             England Under the Stuarts, 1603-1714 (3)
       HIST 327             Great Britain Under the Hanoverians, 1714-1815 (3)
HIST 328                 Nineteenth-Century Britain (3)
HIST 329                 Modern and Contemporary Britain (3)
HIST 333                 France Since 1815 (3)
HIST 338                 Modern Germany (3)
HIST 342                 The Slavs in History (3)
HIST 343                 The Fall of the Eastern European Empires (3)
HIST 344                 Eastern Europe Since WWI (3)
HIST 370                 The Napoleonic Wars (1796-1815) (3)
HIST 374                 Nationalism: Myth and Reality (3)
HIST 375                 Nazis and Fascists in European History, 1919-1945 (3)
HIST 376                 War and European Society, 1914-1945 (3)
HIST 377                 Business in Historical Perspective (3)
HIST 378                 Urban Experience in Modern Europe (3)
HIST 382                 History of Crime and Punishment in the Western World. {=CRJU 382} (3)
HIST 385                 The Expansion of Christianity (3)

GEOG 225                 Geography of Europe (3).

Languages (European): 300+ level content courses – culture, literature, history, etc. – not counted
toward the EURO language requirement may be counted toward the major, as well as equivalent
courses taken abroad or taught in translation.

MUSC 353                 History of Western Music I (3)
MUSC 354                 History of Western Music II. (3)

PHIL 301                 Nineteenth- and 20th-Century Philosophy (3)
PHIL 304                 History of Medieval Philosophy (3)
PHIL 320                 Existentialism (3)
PHIL 328                 Contemporary Marxism and Society (3)

POLI 302                 Classical and Medieval Political Theory (3)
POLI 381                 Comparative Politics of Industrialized Countries (3)
POLI 391                 Topics in Political Science (3). May be repeated once as topics
                         change. Topic(s) must be related to Europe.
POLI 440                 Russian Foreign Policy (3)
POLI 480                 Politics and Government of Russia (3)
POLI 481                 Politics and Governments of Europe (3)

RELG 373                 Holocaust and Religion (3)

THEA 561                 History of the Theatre I (3)
THEA 562                 History of the Theatre II (3)

**Students minoring in European Studies may petition to substitute courses not on this
list (e.g., special topics courses, May Term courses). Contact European Studies Director
Jeff Persels at perselsj@sc.edu.

For more information, visit http://www.cas.sc.edu/euro/.
                         MINOR IN FILM STUDIES

Required course:
      FILM 240                         Introduction to Film Studies

Electives (5 courses):
      ANTH 300                         Comparing Cultures Through Film
      ANTH 516                         Indonesian culture Through Film
      ANTH 517                         An Anthropological View of Blacks in Films
      ANTH 570                         Ethnographic Film

      ARTH 365(=ENGL 474 & THEA 480)   History of Cinema I
      ARTH 366(=ENGL 475 & THEA 481)   History of Cinema II
      ARTH 569                         Topics in Film History

      ENGL 473 (=PHIL 473)             Film Theory
      ENGL 604                         Seminar in Composition for the Visual Media
      ENGL 605                         Seminar in Composition for the Visual Media

      FILM 566 (=ENGL 566)             Topics in American Film
      FILM 597 (=CPLT 597)             Comparative Studies in Film
      FILM 598 (=FORL 598)             Topics in World Film

      FREN 397                         The French Film Experience

      POLI 357                         Film, Politics, and Social Change
      POLI 362                         Politics and the Mass Media

      HIST 492F                        Film and History

      ITAL 412                         Post-World War II Italian Cinema

      JAPA 350                         Japanese Culture and Society Through Film

      MART 490                         Special Topics in Media Arts
      MART 590                         Special Topics in Media Arts

      PHIL 336                         Philosophy and Film

      PORT 301                         Cultural Manifestations of Modern Brazil

      SPAN 380                         Hispanic Film and Culture

      THEA 370                         Intermediate Acting
      THEA 581                         Film as Performance
      THEA 587                         Film and Television Acting
Other special topic courses dealing with film studies may also be used, with approval of the major advisor
and the director of Film Studies.


                                    MINOR IN FRENCH
The Minor in French consists of four courses comprising a required core, plus two additional
courses beyond the 200-level in the areas of Language, Business French, Literature or
Civilization. Students who place out of some or all of the core language courses will take the 18
hours in literature, civilization and advanced language courses (as appropriate).
French 315 cannot count for the minor.

Required (12 hours):
        FREN 209        Reading and Written Expression
        FREN 210        Oral Communication
                        (SCCC 263 can be substituted for either FREN 209 or FREN 210)
        FREN 309        Introduction to French Texts
        FREN 310        Advanced Oral Communication

Electives (6 hours):
        FREN 300        French Phonetics
        FREN 311        French Grammar and Composition
        FREN 316        Introduction to Business French
        FREN 330        The French Theatre Experience
                        (may apply to minor only once)
        FREN 350        French Language Study in France
                        (up to six hours toward the minor; USC course equivalents to be
                        determined by Tours Program Director and major advisor)
        SCCC 363        Proseminar in French (with permission)
                        (for minor credit, this must be taken after FREN 209 and FREN 210; part
                        of the reading and written work must be in French)
        FREN 397        The French Film Experience
                        (for minor credit, must be taken after FREN 209 and FREN 210; written
                        work must be done in French; course is taught in English)
        FREN 399        Independent Study
                        (approval necessary for minor credit)
        FREN 400        French Cultural History
        FREN 416        Advanced Business French
        FREN 450        Topics in Literature
        FREN 451        French Literature and Culture before 1800
        FREN 452        French Literature and Culture after 1800
        FREN 453        Francophone Literatures and Cultures
        SCCC 463        Proseminar in French (with permission)
        FREN 501        La France Contemporaine
        FREN 511        Techniques of Literary Analysis
        FREN 515        Advanced French Stylistics
        FREN 516        French Phonology
   FREN 517    French Linguistics
FREN 595   Selected Topics in French
                                 MINORS IN GEOGRAPHY

GENERAL GEOGRAPHY
The Department of Geography offers a flexible General Geography minor that requires 18 credit hours in
geography courses. Students may not apply more than 3 credit hours from the 100-level and not more than
9 credit hours from the 200-level. Besides the General Geography minor, students may instead choose a
specialized minor in the following areas: Meteorology and Climatology, Physical Geography, Geographic
Information Science, Regional Geography and Environmental Geography. Please see a faculty advisor in
the Department of Geography for more details on the requirements for specialized minors.

METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY
Designed for students interested in atmospheric science who wish to apply these skills to the workplace or
graduate school.

        Required (4 hours):
                GEOG 202         Introduction to Weather and Climate (4)

        Choose four courses from the list below (at least 14 hours):
                GEOG 346         Climate and Society (3)
                GEOG 371         Air Pollution Climatology (3)
                GEOG 545         Synoptic Meteorology (4)
                GEOG 546         Applied Climatology (4)
                GEOG 567         Long Term Environmental Change (3)
                GEOG 571         Microclimatology (4)
                GEOG 573         Climate Variability and Change (3)

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
Designed for students interested in the natural environment and environmental impact studies, students
interested in the planning field, and for students working toward a certificate in Earth Sciences.

        Required (8 hours):
                GEOG 201         Introduction to Physical Geography (4)
                GEOG 202         Introduction to Weather and Climate (4)
        Choose four courses from the list below (12-14 hours):
                GEOG 346         Climate and Society (3)
                GEOG 347         Water as a Resource (3)
                GEOG 348         Biogeography (3)
                GEOG 371         Air Pollution Climatology (3)
                GEOG 430         The Geography of Disasters (3)
                GEOG 516         Coastal Zone Management (3)
                GEOG 545         Meteorology (4)
                GEOG 546         Applied Climatology (4)
                GEOG 547         Fluvial Geomorphology (3)
                GEOG 549         Water and Watersheds (3)
                GEOG 567         Long-Term Environmental Change (3)
                GEOG 570         Geography of Public Land and Water Policy (3)
                GEOG 571         Microclimatology (4)
                GEOG 573         Climate Variability (3)
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Designed for students interested in obtaining an in-depth background in the techniques of modern
cartography, remote sensing and geographic information systems and students interested in adding a strong
graphics and mapping ability to their natural or social science major, or to their professional field.
        Required (3 hours):
                 GEOG 141         The Earth From Above (3)
        Choose two of the following (6 hours):
                 GEOG 341         Cartography (3)
                 GEOG 345         Interpretation of Aerial Photographs (3)
                 GEOG 363         Geographic Information Systems (3)
        Choose three of the following (9 hours):
                 (excluding any used to meet the required hours above)
                 GEOG 341       Cartography (3)
                 GEOG 345       Interpretation of Aerial Photographs (3)
                 GEOG 363       Geographic Information Systems (3)
                 GEOG 541       Advanced Cartography (3)
                 GEOG 551       Principles of Remote Sensing (3)
                 GEOG 562       Satellite Mapping and the Global Positioning System (3)
                 GEOG 563       Advanced Geographic Information Systems (3)
                 GEOG 564       Cartographic Modeling (3)




REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
Designed for students interested in obtaining an understanding of the variety of physical and cultural
landscapes present in world regions. Particularly appropriate for students with international interests.

        Required (9 hours):
                 GEOG 121         World Regional Geography (3)
                 GEOG 200         Introduction to Physical Geography (3)
                 GEOG 210         Introduction to Human Geography (3)

        Choose three courses from the following (9 hours):
                 GEOG 220         Selected Topics in Regional Geography (3)
                 GEOG 221         Geography of South Carolina (3)
                 GEOG 223         Geography of Latin America (3)
                 GEOG 224         Geography of North America (3)
                 GEOG 225         Geography of Europe (3)
                 GEOG 226         Geography of the Middle East (3)
                 GEOG 228         Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa (3)
                 GEOG 420         Selected Topics in Regional Geography (3)
                 GEOG 521         Landscapes of South Carolina (3)
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY
Designed for students interested in the geographical and policy dimensions of environmental issues at the
national and global levels.

        Required (9 hours):
                GEOG 210        Introduction to Human Geography (3)
                GEOG 343        Human Impact on the Environment (3)
                GEOG 530        Environmental Hazards (3)

        Choose three of the following:
                GEOG 346        Climate and Society (3)
                GEOG 347        Water as a Resource (3)
                GEOG 370        America=s National Parks (3)
                GEOG 371        Air Pollution Climatology (3)
                GEOG 430        The Geography of Disasters (3)
                GEOG 511        Planning and Locational Analysis (3)
                GEOG 516        Coastal Zone Management (3)
                GEOG 530        Environmental Hazards (3)
                GEOG 546        Applied Climatology (4)
                GEOG 566        Social Aspects of Environmental Planning and Management (3)
                GEOG 568        Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (3)
                GEOG 569        Environment and Development (3)
                   MINOR IN GEOLOGY

Prerequisites:
      GEOL 101          Introduction to the Earth
                  OR
      GEOL 103          Environment of the Earth
                  OR
      GEOL 201          Observing the Earth


      GEOL 202          Rocks and Minerals
      CHEM 111          General Chemistry


      PHYS 201/201L     General Physics I
                  OR
      PHYS 211/211L     Essentials of Physics

Required (4 upper-level Geological Sciences courses, with at least 3
selected from the following:):
      GEOL 305          Earth Systems through Time
      GEOL 315          Surface and Near Surface Processes
      GEOL 325          Stratigraphy and Sedimentary Basins
      GEOL 335          Processes of Global Environmental Change
      GEOL 345          Internal Earth
      GEOL 355          Mountain Building: Structure and Tectonics
                                MINOR IN GERMAN
A minor in German requires eighteen hours of course work on the 200-level and above.
For course descriptions, see http://www.sc.edu/bulletin/ugrad/LibLangLitCul.html
        a maximum of two courses on the 200-level:
                      GERM 210               Intermediate German
                      GERM 211               Intermediate German
                      GERM 216               Intermediate German for Business and Other
                                             professions through the Internet
                      GERM 280               German Culture (taught in English)
        four courses on the 300-level and above:
                      GERM 310               German Conversation
                      GERM 311               German Conversation and Composition
                      GERM 316               German for Business and Other Professions
                      GERM 320               German Kabarett Production
                      GERM 333               Study of German Abroad
                      GERM 340               Readings in German Literature
                      GERM 398               Selected Topics
                      GERM 401/401P          Teaching German to Young Children/Practicum
                      GERM 410               Advanced German Conversation
                      GERM 411               Advanced Language Practice in German
                      GERM 416               Advanced German for Business and Other Professions
                      GERM 420               German Literature and Culture of the Middle Ages
                                             and Early Modern Period
                      GERM 430               The Age of Goethe
                      GERM 440               German Literature and Culture of the 19th Century
                      GERM 450               German Literature and Culture from 1890-1945
                      GERM 460               Post-War and Contemporary German Literature
                      GERM 500               Survey of German Culture
                      GERM 515               Introduction to German Linguistics
                      GERM 580               Topics in German Film (taught in English)
                      GERM 598               Selected Topics in German

All six courses can be taken above the 200-level. Only one German course taught in English
(GERM 280, 398, or 580) may count towards the minor.
Students majoring in Business are encouraged to enroll in GERM 316 and GERM 416.
A maximum of six hours of GERM 333, Summer Study Abroad, applies to the German minor.
Transfer credit from study in the exchange programs with Bamberg and Wittenberg can be
included in the German minor. Students who begin their German minor with knowledge of
German and who are placed in the 300-level or higher may petition for credit-by-examination
(for a maximum of 6 credits). The student who wants to become proficient in communication
skills would, most likely, take the sequence 310, 311, 410, 411.
For more information, please contact the German advisor, Paulette Jimenez (jimenez@sc.edu ,
777-4882) or the German Program Director, Dr. Nicholas Vazsonyi ( vazsonyi@sc.edu ).
     Minor in Health Promotion, Education and Behavior (HPEB)
The minor in Health Promotion, Education and Behavior (HPEB) requires a minimum of 18
credit hours. This minor provides a basic foundation for students desiring preparation in health
promotion, health education, health behavior change, and disease prevention. The minor in
HPEB may be used in combination with many majors to enhance student‘s career opportunities
and as preparation for graduate study in a variety of health and health-related disciplines. The
HPEB minor is compatible with various majors such as, but not limited to: exercise science,
psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science and international studies, nursing,
women‘s studies, physical education, and instruction and teacher education. A minimum of 18
credit hours is required from the following curriculum. Students must complete courses with a
grade of ‗C‘ or higher.

                                     Core Course Requirements
   Course
  Number                        Course Title                             CR               Offered
HPEB 300        Introduction to Health Education                         (3)             Fall, Spring
HPEB 321        Personal and Community Health                            (3)      Fall, Spring, Sum I & II
HPEB 550        Behavioral Concepts and Processes for the
                Health Professional                                       (3)              Fall
HPEB 553        Community Health Problems                                 (3)             Spring
                                     Total:                              (12)

                             Electives - Select (2) from the following:
  Course
  Number                        Course Title                                CR           Offered
HPEB 501        Family Life and Sex Education Programs                      (3)             Fall
HPEB 502        Applied Aspects of Nutrition                                (3)       Fall, Summer I
HPEB 511        Health Problems in a Changing Society                       (3)           Spring
HPEB 513        U.S. Ethnic Minorities and Health                           (3)           Spring
HPEB 540        Drug Education                                              (3)             Fall
HPEB 542        Public Health Practice in Tobacco Prevention & Control      (3)           Spring
HPEB 547        Consumer Health in Society                                  (3)             Fall
HPEB 551        Medical Anthropology (ANTH 551)                             (3)           Spring
HPEB 552        Medical Anthropology (ANTH 552)                             (3)             Fall
HPEB 621        Maternal & Child Health Education                           (3)             Fall
HPEB 654        Maternal & Child Nutrition                                  (3)           Spring
HPEB 684        HIV/AIDS Education: Principles & Practices                  (3)           Spring

For more information please contact:
Dr. Sara Corwin            777-3636                scorwin@gwm.sc.edu
Dr. Casey Fitzpatrick      777-2966                fitzpatc@gwm.sc.edu
                               MINOR IN HISTORY
Eighteen hours of courses between the 300- and 600-levels. The courses, whether geographical
or topical, must have some common theme.

Courses must have the approval of the student's advisor and an advisor in the
History Department. The approval of the History advisor may come at any
stage of the program.
 MINOR IN HOTEL, RESTAURANT & TOURISM MANAGEMENT


Choose any six of the following courses (18 hours):
       HRTM 110 Introduction to Hospitality Industry
           (Recommendation: Take first--will help in selection of balance of minor courses)
       HRTM 228 Purchasing and Controls
       HRTM 230 Hospitality Management
       HRTM 260 Hotel Management
       HRTM 280 Tourism
       HRTM 285 Club Management
       HRTM 340 Nutrition
       HRTM 357 Hotel, Restaurant & Travel Law
       HRTM 364 Conference and Meeting Planning (Prerequisite: HRTM 260)
       HRTM 376 Contract Foodservice Management
       HRTM 381 Travel Industry Management (Prerequisite: HRTM 280)
       HRTM 382 Travel and Tourism Law (Prerequisite: TSTM 240)
       HRTM 383 Ecotourism (Prerequisite: HRTM 280)
       HRTM 384 Cultural and Heritage Tourism (Prerequisite: HRTM 280)
       HRTM 387 Cruise Ship Industry (Prerequisite: HRTM 280)
       HRTM 388 Resort Management (Prerequisite: HRTM 280)
       HRTM 410 Current Issues
       HRTM 440 Services Management for Hospitality and Tourism (Prerequisite: MGMT 371)
       HRTM 475 Wine and Spirits in Food Service Establishments (Must be 21 years old)
       HRTM 481 Tourism Research Methods (Prerequisite: STAT 201 or equivalent)
       HRTM 482 Tourism Planning and Policy (Prerequisite: Senior Standing)
       HRTM 483 Tourism Economics (Prerequisite: ECON 224)
       HRTM 484 Tourism Information Technology Issues (Prerequisite: TSTM 264)
       HRTM 485 Sustainable Tourism (Prerequisite: Senior Standing)
       HRTM 518 Training and Development in the Hospitality Industry
       HRTM 557 Security Management of Hotels and Restaurants (Prerequisite: HRTM 357)
       HRTM 560 Advanced Lodging and Sales (Prerequisite: MKTG 350)
       HRTM 564: Advanced Meeting Management (Prerequisite HRTM 364)
       HRTM 565: International Lodging Management
       HRTM 567 Timeshare and Vacation Ownership Management
       HRTM 580: Adventure Travel Management
       HRTM 585: Advanced Club Management (Prerequisite HRTM 285)
       HRTM 590: Special Topics in HRTM


Note: Courses toward minor to be selected from the above list in conjunction with MAJOR advisor.
                           Minor in Information Science
Information Science is the study of the cognitive, social, technological and organizational roles of
information in all its forms and rests on three foundations: content, people, and technology. That is,
the substance of the information being created, communicated, stored, and/or transformed; the
people who interact with this content; and the technology used to support content creation,
communication, storage, or transformation.
A student with a major in another field may choose to select a minor field of study in Information
Science. A minimum of 18 hours of SLIS courses, as described below, satisfies this minor
requirement:

Students are required to take Information Studies 201, 202, and 301 and to choose an
additional twelve (12) credits from the courses listed below (pre-requisites must be observed).

SLIS 201 Introduction to Information Science (3).
SLIS 202 Information Use and Literacy (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 201 or concurrent enrollment.
SLIS 301 Knowledge Representation and Information Retrieval (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 201 or
concurrent enrollment.
 SLIS 310 Research Methods in Information Science (3). Prerequisites: SLIS 201, STAT 110 or
STAT 201 or concurrent enrollment.
SLIS 315 Information Policy (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 201.
SLIS 402 Management within Information Environments (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 201 or
concurrent enrollment.
SLIS 410 Knowledge Management (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 301.
SLIS 420 Communication and Information Transfer (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 201 or permission of
instructor.
SLIS 430 User-Centered Information Architecture (3). Prerequisite: SLIS 202.
SLIS 435 Digital Information Infrastructure (3). Prerequisites: SLIS 301, 402.
SLIS 440 Competitive Intelligence (3). Prerequisites: SLIS 201, 202, 301, 402.
SLIS 480 Emerging Topics in Information Science (3). Prerequisites: SLIS 201, 202, 301, 402.
                                     Minor in Inquiry
This minor is designed for students who wish to prepare for an intensive undergraduate research
experience. The program of study, designed in close consultation with both the student's major
and SCHC advisors, will provide a richer understanding of the logic, conduct, and context of
inquiry in related disciplinary arenas.

Application. Interested students must complete an application and qualify for the minor.
Applications can be submitted any time after completion of the first year. Normally, students will
be expected to have at least a 3.30 grade point average. Applications will be evaluated on overall
merit by the Minor in Inquiry Oversight Committee. Applications may be obtained from the
South Carolina Honors College, the College of Arts and Sciences, and online on the Honors
College Web site.

Opportunity to Participate in the Honors College. The Minor in Inquiry is open to all
qualified undergraduates, in and outside the Honors College. All students in the minor will be
given priority access to minor-eligible courses offered in the Honors College. They will also be
given priority consideration for the SCHC Undergraduate Research Assistantships. Finally, non-
honors students in the minor will be given the opportunity to undertake a senior honors thesis or
project. Non-honors students admitted to the minor will be assigned the appropriate Honors
College advisor who will work with the student and the student's major advisor to plan the most
suitable program.

Requirements. Eighteen credit hours are required to satisfy the minor, distributed over three
levels. At least half of the credits must be in the Honors College. Each student must take at least
one of the appropriate Level I, "Fundamentals," courses. These courses introduce some
fundamental problems of inquiry confronting those working within related disciplines (for
example, the natural sciences). In addition, a student must take at least three courses from Level
II. Level II courses must be taken outside of the student's major discipline. These courses, chosen
in close consultation with the student's advisors, are intended to broaden and deepen the student's
understanding of the nature and problems of inquiry introduced in the Fundamentals course, as
well as explore new areas affecting the conduct and context of inquiry in the student's area of
interest. In some cases a student may elect to take a second Level I course. The final two courses
may be selected from among advanced research courses (400 level and above) in the student's
major discipline including the senior thesis/project. Disciplinary courses counted toward the
minor must be approved by both the student's major and honors advisors and cannot count
toward major credit. Alternatively, the student may elect to take additional Level II courses.

Required Level I Course
Each student must select the appropriate course from the following:
SCCC 280A: Fundamentals of Inquiry in the Social Sciences
SCCC 281A: Fundamentals of Inquiry in the Humanities
SCCC 285A: Fundamentals of Scientific Inquiry
Level II Courses
The following courses address fundamental issues in the logic, context, and conduct of inquiry in
certain broad areas of research. Students must select at least three of these courses with the
advice and approval of their major and minor advisors and are expected to reflect the area of the
student's research interests. These courses must be outside their particular major. They may
substitute a second Level I course for one of these three.

ANTH 313: Ethical Dilemmas in Anthropology
ANTH 359: Theories of Culture
ANTH 551: Medical Anthropology: Fieldwork
ENGL 388: History of Literary Criticism and Theory
ENGL 440: Principles of Modern Literary Theory
ENGL 449: Special Topics in Theory
ENGL 473: Film Theory (=PHIL 473)
ENGL 620: Computer Methods for Humanistic Problems (=CSCE 508)
HIST 380: Historiography
HIST 452: History of Science in America
HIST 479: Oral History
LING 300: Introduction to Language Sciences (=ANTH 373, PSYC 470)
LING 340: Language, Culture, and Society (=ANTH 355)
LING 541: Language and Gender (=ANTH 555, WOST 541)
LING 565: Philosophy of Language (=PHIL 517)
MATH 500M: History of Mathematics
PHIL 312: Medical Ethics
PHIL 315 History and Philosophy of Science
PHIL 317: Ethics of Science and Technology
PHIL 510: Theory of Knowledge
PHIL 512: Philosophy of Science
PHIL 513: Philosophy of History
PHIL 517: Philosophy of Language
PHIL 518: Philosophy of Social Sciences
PHIL 528: Concepts of Evidence
POLI 301: The Political Science Discipline
SOCY 320: Individual and Society
SOCY 352: Sociology of Literature
SOCY 550: Sociology of Science
SCCC 312A: Statistics
SCCC 332T: Investigating Culture
SCCC 380K: Philosophy of Technology
SCCC 383N: Information Search, Organization, and Presentation
SCCC 394C: Design of Inquiry in Science
SCCC 483B: Visual Thinking
SCCC 485B: Creativity
STAT 506: Experimental Design
STAT 515: Statistical Methods I
STAT 516: Statistical Methods II
Level III Courses
At Level III of the minor, students will have the option of using up to 6 credit hours of advanced
research courses (400-level and above) from their major discipline, including Senior
Thesis/Project, toward the minor. If they elect to do so, these courses could not count toward
their major requirements. Students may also choose to complete their minor by taking additional
contextual Level II courses, while taking advanced research courses in their discipline as part of
their major program. Minor-eligible, advanced research courses must be approved by both the
honors and major advisors. Examples might include BIOL 498: Biological Research for a
biology major or HIST 692: Historic Preservation Field Experience for a history major.

Further Information
For further information contact: Dean, South Carolina Honors College, University of South
Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208, or the USC Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Additional
information may also be found on the Web site of the South Carolina Honors College:
http://schc.sc.edu/.
                MINOR IN ISLAMIC CULTURE STUDIES
CORE:                Two of the following courses:
                     ANTH 310 Cultures of Islam
                     HIST 104       Introduction to Islamic Civilization
                     RELG 357       Introduction to Islam

ELECTIVES:           Four courses distributed across four of the following groups:
                     Group A – Languages, Literature, and Culture
                            ARAB 121 Elementary Arabic
                            ARAB 122 Basic Proficiency in Arabic
                            ARAB 201 Intermediate Arabic
                            ARAB 202 Intermediate Arabic
                            ARAB 310 Conversational Arabic
                            ARAB 398 Selected Topics
                            FREN 453        Francophone Literatures and Cultures
                            SWAH 121 Elementary Swahili
                            SWAH 122 Basic Proficiency in Swahili
                     Group B – Anthropology
                            ANTH 311 Middle Eastern Cultures
                            ANTH 315 South Asian Cultures
                            ANTH 316 Southeast Asian Cultures
                     Group C – Religious Studies
                            RELG 358        The Qur‘an
                            RELG 359        Islamic Theology
                            RELG 367        Sufism
                            RELG 369        Islamic Law
                     Group D – History
                            HIST 347        The Middle East in Modern Times
                            HIST 348        North Africa from Colonialism to Revolution
                            HIST 349        Contemporary Middle East and North Africa
                            HIST 386        Islamic Institutions and Traditions
                            HIST 562        The Middle East and the United States
                     Group E – Political Science
                            POLI 449        International Relations of the Middle East
                            POLI 483        Middle East Politics
                     Group F – Geography
                            GEOG 226 Geography of the Middle East


Students may also apply one relevant 399 ―Independent Study‖ course from one of the listed
disciplines towards the minor requirement.
                               MINOR IN ITALIAN


A minor in Italian requires six hours at the 200-level and twelve hours at the 300-level and
above.


You may not use Italian 121, 122, and 315 in your minor.
                                  MINOR IN JAPANESE
In order to minor in Japanese language, literature, and culture, a student must satisfactorily
complete a minimum of eighteen credit hours of the following courses:

       JAPA 221        Intermediate Japanese I (3)
                       (Offered in Fall)
       JAPA 222        Intermediate Japanese II (3)
                       (Offered in Spring)
       JAPA 240        Introduction to Japanese Culture (3)
       JAPA 223        Accelerated Intermediate Japanese (6)
                       (Offered in Summer)
       JAPA 321        Advanced Japanese I (3)
                       (Offered in Fall)
       JAPA 322        Advanced Japanese II (3)
                       (Offered in Spring)
       JAPA 323        Accelerated Advanced Japanese (6)
                       (Offered in Summer)
       JAPA 331        Japanese for Business I (3)
                       (Offered in Fall)
       JAPA 332        Japanese for Business II (3)
                       (Offered in Spring)
       JAPA 340        Introduction to Japanese Culture and Literature (3)
                       (Offered in Fall)
       JAPA 341        Modern Japanese Literature (3)
                       (Offered in Spring)
       JAPA 350        Japanese Culture and Society through Film (3)
       JAPA 351        Japanese Culture and Society through Theatre (3)
       JAPA 398        Selected Topics (3)
       JAPA 399        Independent Study (3-6)
       JAPA 421        Advanced Japanese III (3)
                       (Offered in Fall)
       JAPA 422        Advanced Japanese IV (3)
                       (Offered in Spring)
  MINORS IN JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS
Each minor consists of eighteen semester hours and under special circumstances, substitutions
for specific courses might be appropriate. Students wishing substitutions should contact the
Student Services Manager at (803) 777-8528. All Journalism courses must be passed with a C or
better and may only be attempted twice. Students must meet any course prerequisites that are
listed in the Undergraduate Studies Bulletin.


ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS EMPHASIS
Students minoring in advertising and public relations will receive a solid background in the
principles of advertising and public relations. The directed elective provides an opportunity to
customize each minor.

       Required (12 hours):
             JOUR 201       Survey of Mass Communications
             JOUR 303       Law and Ethics of the Mass Media
             JOUR 328       Principles of Public Relations
             JOUR 368       Principles of Advertising

       Electives (2 courses):
              JOUR 302        History and Philosophy of the Mass Media
              JOUR 304        Mass Communications Research
                      (Prereq: JOUR 201 and basic statistic)
              JOUR 311        Minorities, Women, and the Mass Media
              JOUR 463        Topics (1-3; 6 maximum)
              JOUR 501        Freedom, Responsibility, and Ethics of the Mass Media
              JOUR 535        Publication Advising
              JOUR 541        International Communications
              JOUR 542        Public Opinion and Propaganda
              JOUR 561        Retail Advertising Management
                      (Prereq: JOUR 368 and senior standing)
              JOUR 563        Topics (1-3; 6 maximum)
              JOUR 567        Advertising Practicum
                      (Prereq: JOUR 304, 458, 465, and consent of instructor)
              JOUR 568        Public Relations Practicum
                      (Prereq: JOUR 304, 436, and consent of instructor)
              UNIV 401J Senior Capstone Experience
ELECTRONIC JOURNALISM EMPHASIS
A minor in electronic journalism is designed for students who wish to gain a broad understanding
of the mass media and introductory skills in the electronic news area.
PLEASE NOTE: The School of Journalism and Mass Communications is not currently
accepting any new students for this minor. This listing is for informational purposes only.

               JOUR 201 Survey of Mass Communications
               JOUR 202 Writing for Mass Communications
                    (Prereq: ENGL 101 and 102 with grade of C)
               JOUR 325     Introduction to Journalism
                    (Prereq: JOUR 201)
               JOUR 326     Television Production
                    (Prereq: JOUR 201 & 202)
               JOUR 333 Copy Editing
                    (Prereq: JOUR 201 and 202)
               JOUR 434 Electronic Journalism
                    (Prereq: JOUR 325 and 326)




PRINT JOURNALISM EMPHASIS
       A minor in print journalism is designed for students who wish to gain a broad
       understanding of the mass media and introductory skills in the print news area.

            JOUR 201       Survey of Mass Communications
            JOUR 202       Writing for Mass Communications
                    (Prereq: ENGL 101 and 102 with grade of C)
            JOUR 333       Copy Editing
                    (Prereq: JOUR 201 and 202)
            JOUR 335       Reporting
                    (Prereq: JOUR 201 and 202)
       AND one of the following pairs, chosen with the consent of the instructor:
            JOUR 529               Newspaper Information Graphics
                            and
            JOUR 546               Advanced Copy Editing

                              OR

              JOUR 533               Newspaper Feature Articles
                              and
              JOUR 536               Advanced Reporting
SECONDARY EDUCATION EMPHASIS
   This minor is designed for students who intend to teach journalism courses or advise
   student publications in secondary school.
           JOUR 201       Survey of Mass Communications
           JOUR 202       Writing for Mass Communications
                  (Prereq: ENGL 101 and 102 with grade of C)
           JOUR 303       Law and Ethics of the Mass Media
           JOUR 304       Mass Communications Research


   AND choose one from each of the following groupings:

   GROUP A
       JOUR 337    Photojournalism I
       JOUR 364    Introduction to Visual Communications
       JOUR 464    Graphics for Visual Communications
            (Prereq: JOUR 364)

   GROUP B
       JOUR 535          Publications Advising
       JOUR 544          High School Journalism
                              MINOR IN LATIN

Required (3 hours):
      LATN 301    Advanced Readings in Latin Literature (3)




Electives (15 hours):
      LATN 321    Virgil (3)
      LATN 322    Latin Literature of the Golden Age (3)
      LATN 501    Latin Drama (3)
      LATN 502    Cicero (3)
      LATN 504    Horace (3)
      LATN 508    Ovid (3)
      LATN 513    Tacitus (3)
      LATN 514    Livy (3)
      LATN 525    Roman Satire (3)
      LATN 530    Latin Erotic Poetry (3)
      LATN 537    Lucretius (3)
                 MINOR IN LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
The interdisciplinary minor in Latin American Studies requires a minimum of 18 credit hours.
Because LASP is an interdisciplinary program, we encourage students to take LASP courses
offered in the academic disciplines of history, political science, anthropology, geography,
literature and languages, and additional areas as they are offered. Coursework in at least two
disciplines is required for the minor. Students pursuing the minor in Latin American Studies
are required to select Spanish or Portuguese as their language of study, and they must complete at
least one 3-hour course at the 200-level in that language. The 200-level course (or equivalent
demonstration of language proficiency) is considered a prerequisite for the minor and will not
count as part of the 18 hours. Examples of courses offered regularly that could be taken by
students minoring in LASP are listed below. In addition to these, there are often Special Topics
courses appearing on the course schedule as sections of LASP 398.

Suggested courses:
LASP 311 (=ANTH 301)          Latin American Cultures
LASP 322 (=ANTH 331)          Mesoamerican Prehistory
LASP 331 (=GEOG 223)          Geography of Latin America
LASP 342 (=HIST 421)          Modern Latin America
LASP 351 (=POLI 488)          Politics and Governments of Latin America
LASP 361 (=SPAN 401)          Spanish American Civilization
LASP 371 (=SPAN 405)          Literary Tendencies and Masterpieces of Spanish America
LASP 451 (=POLI 437)          International Relations of Latin America


Courses pertinent to Latin American Studies but not listed as LASP courses may be
approved for credit in the minor, if appropriate, by the LASP Director.
                             MINOR IN LINGUISTICS
The minor in Linguistics consists of 18 hours.

Required Courses (3 hours):
       LING 300       Introduction to Language Sciences
                      OR
       LING 301       The English Language


Any five (5) additional LING courses at the 310-level or above.

For more information on the undergraduate linguistics program, see:
http://www.cas.sc.edu/ling/undergrad.html
                         MINOR IN MARINE SCIENCE

       Prerequisites:
              MSCI 101                      Introductory Oceanography
              MSCI 102                      Oceanography II

       Required:
              MSCI 311                      Physical and Chemical Oceanography
              MSCI 312                      Biology of Marine Organisms


Plus at least two additional approved Marine Science Major Credit courses at the 300-600 level
for a total of eighteen (18) credits (not including MSCI 101 and 102).
                   MINOR IN MATHEMATICS

Prerequisites:
MATH 141                      Calculus I
MATH 142                      Calculus II

Required:
MATH 250        Vector Analysis I
Or
MATH 241        Vector Calculus

NOTES:
1. At least fifteen hours of MATH selected from 242 and 500-level courses.
2. At least 6 of the 15 hours must be selected from MATH 520, 526, 544, 546, 554, 574.
3. Only one of MATH 241 or 250 may be applied toward minor credit.
4. Only one of MATH 526 or 544 may be applied toward minor credit.
                             MINOR IN MEDIA ARTS

Students must complete courses with a grade of "C" or higher.

Required Courses (6 hours):
       MART 110       Introduction to Media Arts
       MART 201       Introduction to Media Development

AND:
Choose 2 courses from 200-300 level (6 hours).

AND:
Choose 2 courses from 400-500 level (6 hours).
                     MINOR IN MEDICAL HUMANITIES
This minor is designed primarily for students intending to go into medicine. It will provide an
understanding of the ethical issues as well as a selective examination of sociocultural, legal,
economic, and political factors that condition medical knowledge and practice. The minor will also
be valuable for students interested in health law or other areas directly related to the health
professions.

Application: Students must complete an application, and qualify for the medical humanities minor.
Applications can be submitted any time after the freshman year (30 credit hours completed).
Normally, students will be expected to have at least a 3.3 grade point ratio. Applications will be
evaluated by a Medical Humanities Education Committee, and they will be judged on overall
academic merit. Application forms can be obtained from the Department of Philosophy, College of
Arts and Sciences (Gambrell 258 or Jones Physical Science Center 108), and the Honors College.

Opportunity to Participate in Honors College Courses: Several courses in the medical humanities
minor will be offered as honors courses. Students minoring in medical humanities will be able to
take these courses, and they will have priority in registration, even over Honors College students who
are not minoring in medical humanities. This will provide students outside of the Honors College
with the opportunity to do extensive course work in the Honors College.

Requirements: 18 credit hours are required to satisfy the minor. There is one required course (3
credit hours). Three additional courses (9 credit hours) must be chosen from offerings in Group A.
Remaining courses (6 credit hours) can be chosen from either Group A or Group B. Additional
Honors proseminars in the medical humanities may satisfy minor requirements in either Group A or
B, provided the course substitutions are approved by the Medical Humanities Education Committee.

*Course substitutions approved by the Medical Humanities Education Committee.

Required Course:

       PHIL 312                        Medical Ethics

Group A: Choose at least three of the following courses:
      ANTH 551 [=HPEB 551]           Medical Anthropology: Fieldwork
      ANTH 552 [=HPEB 552]           Medical Anthropology
      ANTH 565                       Health and Disease in the Past
      ANTH 568                       Nutritional Anthropology
      CLAS 360 [=PHIL 360]*          Origin of Western Medical Ethics (approved for Spring 2000)
      ECON 531                       Health Economics
      ENGL 429J*                     Doctors and Patients (approved for Fall 2000)
      HIST 451                       The History of American Medicine
      HIST 452                       The History of Science in America
      HPEB 551 [=ANTH 551]           Medical Anthropology: Fieldwork
      HPEB 552 [=ANTH 552]           Medical Anthropology
PHIL 211                Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL 315                History and Philosophy of Science
PHIL 317                Ethics of Science and Technology
PHIL 360 [=CLAS 360]*   Origin of Western Medical Ethics (approved for Spring 2000)
PHIL 512                Philosophy of Science (Prereq: 3 hours in philosophy beyond
                        the 100-level or consent of instructor)
PHIL 514                Recent Ethical Theory (Prereq: PHIL 312 or consent of instructor)
PHIL 550                Health Care Ethics (Prereq: 3 hours in philosophy beyond the
                        100-level or consent of instructor)
POLI 374                Public Policy
PSYC 330*               Psychology of the African-American Experience
                        (approved for Spring 2003)
PSYC 410                Survey of Abnormal Psychology (Prereq: PSYC 101 or SCCC 130)
PSYC 465                Health Psychology (Prereq: PSYC 101 or SCCC 130)
RELG 594H *             Religion and Healing (approved for Fall 2006)
SCCC 330N*              Psychology‘s Social Impact (approved for Spring 1998)
SCCC 331D*              Suicide and Literature (approved for Fall 1999)
SCCC 332Y*              Narratives of Illness/Healing (approved for Fall 2005)
SCCC 360N*              Ethics of Inquiry (approved for Spring 2003)
SCCC 360O*              Enhancing Humans (approved for Fall 2003)
SCCC 361O*              Religiosity & Traditional Medicine
                        (approved for Spring 1999)
SCCC 362R*              Religion and Healing (approved for Fall 2006)
SCCC 383O*              Islamic Science & Medicine (approved for Fall 1999)
SCCC 383Q*              Neuroethics (approved for Fall 2005)
SCCC 384I*              Alien Bodies: Science Fiction & Bioethics
                        (approved for Fall 1998)
SCCC 386F*              Neurobiology of Culture (approved for Fall 2001)
SCCC 391C*              Practicing Medicine (approved for Spring 2004)
SCCC 430I*              Alternative Medicine (approved for Fall 2000)
SCCC 430K               Behavioral Medicine
SCCC 430R*              Sociobiology of Women and Men (approved for Fall 2001)
SCCC 432F*              Cultures of Symb. Healing (approved for Spring 1999)
SCCC 433K*              Health Policy (approved for Spring 1998)
SCCC 457F               Literature and AIDS
SCCC 460B*              Self and Psychopathology (approved for Spring 1998)
SCCC 480J*              Health Law and Policy (approved for Fall 2000)
SCCC 484D*              Facing Mortality (approved for Spring 2000)
SCCC 484E*              Healing Art of Music (approved for Spring 2001)
SCCC 484F*              Nanomedicine (approved for Spring 2005)
SOCY 313                Sociology of Aging (Prereq. : SOCY 101)
SOCY 322                Sociology of Suicide (Prereq. : SOCY 101)
SOCY 341                Sociology of Death and Dying (Prereq. : SOCY 101)
SOCY 360                Sociology of Medicine and Health (Prereq. : SOCY 101)
SOCY 460                Sociology of Mental Health (Prereq.: SOCY 101)
       UNIV 401D*                   Senior Capstone Experience: Transitioning to Medical School
                                    (approved for Fall 2001 and Spring 2002)
       WOST 113                     Women and Their Bodies in Health and Disease
       WOST 541 [=NURS 541]         Issues in Women's Health



Group B: One or two courses may be selected from the following:
      ANTH 364                     Human Variation
      ANTH 557                     Psychological Anthropology
      CLAS 230                     Medical and Scientific Terminology
      CRJU 543                     Criminal Justice and Mental Health
      FINA 341                     Management of Risk and Insurance
      NURS 302                     Community as Client
      NURS 403                     Policies and Politics
      PHRM 446                     Pharmaceutical Law (Prereq: second semester standing)
      SCCC 281B*                   Nanotechnology: Promise and Peril (approved for Spring 2004)
      SCCC 332U*                   Anthropology of Science (approved for Spring 2002)
      SCCC 360J*                   Darwin‘s Achievement (approved for Spring 1999)
      SCCC 365G*                   Darwinism in Germany
      SCCC 366O*                   Artists and Cadavers (approved for Fall 2002)
      SCCC 380K*                   Philosophy of Technology (approved for Fall 1998)
      SCCC 386D*                   Creation, Evolution, & Naturalism (approved for Spring 1999)
      SCCC 389B*                   The Science of Serving Others (approved for Fall 2006)
      SCCC 394A*                   Great Books: Science (approved for Fall 1998)
      SCCC 397A*                   Great Books: Science II (approved for Fall 2000)
      SCCC 430N*                   Brain and Language (approved for Spring 1999)
      SCCC 430O*                   Brain and Behavior (approved for Fall 1998)
      SCCC 430P*                   Dev. Brain and Child Behavior (approved for Spring 1999)
      SCCC 430Q*                   Poverty and Child Development (approved for Spring 2001)
      SCCC 431C*                   Psychiatric Revolutions (approved for Spring 1998)
      SCCC 432H*                   Cultures of Smoking (approved for Spring 2002)
      SCCC 457J*                   Literature and Psychoanalysis (approved for Spring 2001)
      SOWK 302                     Foundations of Social Welfare



Revised March 9, 2006
                        MINOR IN MILITARY SCIENCE
The proposed Military Science Minor embodies the U.S. Army=s leadership development program.
Coursework in this minor involves continuous evaluation, feedback, and self-assessment through an
intense leadership assessment process. Students learn leadership through practical application.
Practical exercises emphasize problem analysis, decision formulation, articulation, and coordination.
 Students who successfully complete this minor meet requirements for effective commissioned
service in the U. S. Army.

All students minoring in Military Science must complete the designated required courses and
professional military education courses. The student must earn a grade of C or better in all minor
courses.

Required Courses (16 hours):
       ARMY 301                Advanced Military Decision Making (4)
       ARMY 302                Applied Military Leadership (4)
       ARMY 401                Leadership and Management Seminar I (4)
       ARMY 402                Leadership and Management Seminar II (4)


Professional Military Education Courses:
(Choose from below one history course and one computer science course)
      HIST 370             The Napoleonic Wars (1796-1875) (3)
      HIST 468             American Military Experience (3)
      HIST 597             Evolution of Warfare (3)

       CSCI 101            Introduction to Computer Concepts (3)
       CSCI 102            General Applications Programming (3)
             Or any baseline computer science course for your major that demonstrates basic
             computer proficiency.
                                  MINOR IN MUSIC


The minor in Music has three credits of prerequisites and ten credits of core requirements, and
eight credits chosen from music electives.

Prerequisite (3 hours):
       MUSC 115              Introduction to Music Theory (3)
       [Note: May be used to fulfill the fine arts portion of the General Education Requirements.]

Required (10 hours):
       MUSC 100               Recital Class (two semesters) (0)
       MUSC 116               Theory of Tonal Music I (3)
       MUSC 117               Sight singing and Eartraining I (1)
       MUSC 118               Sight singing and Eartraining II (1)
       MUSC 145               Introduction to Music Literature (3)
                      OR
       with the approval of the Associate Dean or Instructor, any music history or music literature
       course. Current choices include MUSC 353, 354, 543-587
                     AND
       Music ensemble for 2 semesters (2)

Electives (8 hours):

       Ensemble:              maximum of four (4) additional credits.

       Applied:               maximum of eight (8) credits. The student may receive credit for
                              two semesters of study at the 101 level, but must make normal
                              progress in the applied sequence (MUSC 111, 211, 311, 411)
                              for more than two (2) credits to be allowed toward the minor.

       Theory or history:     200-level or above.

       Music Education:       any MUED course


      CONSULTATION WITH THE UNDERGRADUATE DIRECTOR
            IN THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC IS REQUIRED.
                          MINOR IN NAVAL SCIENCE
All students electing to minor in Naval Science must complete at least twenty-four (24) credits of
prescribed courses. Each student must complete 12 hours at the 300 level courses or higher. All
minor courses must be passed with a grade of C or better. At least 12 hours of the student‘s
minor must be completed at the University of South Carolina.


Prerequisites:
       NAVY 101       Fundamentals of Naval Science (3)
       NAVY 102       Sea power and Maritime Affairs (3)


Required:
       NAVY 201       Naval Ships Systems I (Engineering) (3)
       NAVY 202       Naval Ships Systems II (3)


Choose any four courses:
       NAVY 301       Navigation/Naval Operations I with Lab (4)
       NAVY 302       Navigation/Naval Operations II with Lab (4)


       NAVY 303       Evolution of the Art of War (3)
                             OR
       HIST 597       Evolution of Warfare (3)


       NAVY 401       Naval Leadership and Management I (3)
                             OR
       MGMT 371       Principles of Management (3)


       NAVY 402       Naval Leadership and Ethics (3)
       NAVY 403       Amphibious Warfare (3)
                           MINOR IN NEUROSCIENCE

This minor is designed for students going into graduate studies in neuroscience, animal behavior,
or psychology, students going into medicine, and students simply interested in gaining a better
understanding of their own interactions with the world. The minor will provide opportunities to
develop a strong background of how the nervous system works from the social and behavioral to
the cellular and molecular levels. Beyond a core requirement, students may focus on topics of
specific interest. Research experience is required.

Application. Students must complete an application and qualify for the Neuroscience Minor.
Applications can be submitted any time after the freshman year (30 credit hours completed).
Normally, students will be expected to have at least a 3.3 grade point average. Applications will
be evaluated by a Neuroscience Education Committee, and they will be judged on overall
academic merit. Application forms can be obtained from the Departments of Psychology,
Biological Sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Honors College.
Opportunity to Participate in Honors College Courses. Courses suitable for the Neuroscience
Minor may be offered as honors courses. Students who are doing a minor in Neuroscience will be
able to take these courses, and they will have priority in registration, even over Honors College
students who are not doing a minor in neuroscience. This will provide students outside of the
Honors College with the opportunity to do course work in the Honors College.
Requirements. Eighteen credit hours are required to satisfy the minor. Students must complete
at least 2 of the listed core courses (Group A), and an optional distribution of courses from a
secondary list (Group C). Students must also complete 2 to 3 credits of neuroscience research
experience in a participating laboratory (BIOL 399, PSYC 498 or SCCC 399) -- these 3 credits
are in addition to the research or practicum credits that may be applied to the chosen major.
Additional honors proseminars or other specialized courses in the Neurosciences may satisfy
minor requirements in Group C, provided the course substitutions are approved by the
Neuroscience Education Committee.


Courses
Group A: Core classes (Choose at least two from the following):
Introduction to Neuroscience, SCCC 330P – 3 credits
Neurobiology, BIOL 635 (includes lab) – 4 credits
Physiological Psychology PSYC 460 – 3 credits


Group B: Research in neuroscience (Choose one of the following):
Independent Study, PSYC 498 – 2 to 3 credits
Independent Study, BIOL 399 – 2 to 3 credits
Independent Study, SCCC 399 – 2 to 3 credits
Group C: Select courses (typically three classes) from the following list to complete 18
credit hours:
Becoming Human, ANTH 361 – 3 credits
Animal Behavior, BIOL 534 - 3 credits
Laboratory in Animal Behavior, BIOL 534L - 1 credit
General Physiology, BIOL 460 or Comparative Physiology, BIOL 543 - 3 credits
(Note that both courses BIOL 460 and 543 cannot be counted toward the minor)
Cell and Molecular Biology, BIOL 302 – 3 credits
Cell and Molelcular Biology, BIOL 302L – 1 credit
Nature and Consciousness, PHIL 309 – 3 credits
Psychology of Consciousness, PSYC 370 – 3 credits
Survey of Learning and Memory, PSYC 400 – 3 credits
Survey of Cognitive Psychology, PSYC 405
Sensation and Perception, PSYC 450 – 3 credits
Psychology of Drug Use and Effects, PSYC 503 – 3 credits
Psychology of Mental Retardation, PSYC 524 – 3 credits
Cognitive Neuroscience, PSYC 507 – 3 credits
Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, PSYC 571 – 3 credits
Advanced Physiological Psychology, PSYC 560 – 3 credits
Physiological Psychology Laboratory, PSYC 570 – 3 credits
Neurobiology of Culture, SCCC 386F – 3 credits



For more information:
Sandra Kelly
sandra-kelly@sc.edu
777-7160
or
Richard Vogt
vogt-richard@sc.edu
777-4141



Website: http://zebra.sc.edu/neurominor/
                            MINOR IN PHILOSOPHY
Prerequisite:
       PHIL 110            Introduction to Logic I
             (May be used to satisfy a portion of the General Education Requirement)


Required: eighteen hours of courses at the 200-level or above.
The six courses composing the minor should, to the greatest extent possible, have some common
theme. For instance, it is possible for students to choose courses emphasizing the following
general areas in philosophy:

       *History of Philosophy
       *Ethics, Aesthetics and Value Theory (including social and political philosophy)
       *Logic, Epistemology, and Metaphysics (including the philosophy of science)


Students in the College of Arts and Sciences, Liberal Arts division should be aware of the fact
that they need to take an additional course in philosophy (other than the courses that are being
used for the Philosophy minor or Philosophy 110 or 111) to satisfy the Philosophical Reasoning
portion of the College=s General education Requirements. Philosophy 102 may be used for this
purpose. Students who may desire to do graduate work in Philosophy are advised to take more
than one course at the 500 level.

Courses must have the approval of the student=s advisor and an advisor in the Philosophy
Department. The approval of the Philosophy advisor may come at any stage of the
program.
                      MINOR IN PHYSICS
Prerequisites:
      PHYS 206                   Principles of Physics I
                          OR
      PHYS 211/211L              Essentials of Physics I


Required:
      PHYS 207                   Principles of Physics II
                          OR
      PHYS 212                   Essentials of Physics II

      PHYS 208                   Principles of Physics III
      PHYS 212L                  Essentials of Physics II
      PHYS 307                   Introduction to Modern Physics
      PHYS 308                   Classic Experiments in Physics I

Four or more credits in advanced courses numbered 309 or higher.

NOTE: MATH 241 is required for PHYS 208.
                      MINORS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
                      AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES


POLITICAL SCIENCE
    Required (3 hours):
               POLI 101        The United States and the World Problems
                          OR
               POLI 201        American National Government

       Additional Requirements:
               15 hours of POLI courses numbered 300 and above




INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
    Required (3 hours):
               POLI 101        The United States and the World Problems


       Additional Requirements:
               15 hours of internationally-oriented POLI courses numbered 300 and above.




The content of each minor should reflect the student=s interests and career aspirations. It should
be determined through consultations between the student and an advisor designated by the
Political Science department. Contact the Political Science Office of Undergraduate Student
Services (777-3109) for assistance or additional information.
                           MINOR IN PORTUGUESE

The Minor in Portuguese is comprised of 18 hours chosen from among the following:

       PORT 201      Intermediate Portuguese                     (3)
       PORT 202      Intermediate Portuguese                     (3)
       PORT 301      Cultural Manifestations in Modern Brazil    (3)
       PORT 398      Selected Portuguese Topics                  (1-3)
       PORT 399      Independent Study                           (3-6)

Up to two different Independent Studies courses may be used towards the minor.
                          MINOR IN PSYCHOLOGY

Required:
      PSYC 101      Introduction to Psychology
      (May not be used to fulfill social science requirement and also minor requirement)


Electives (3 courses):
      PSYC 400      Survey of Learning
      PSYC 405      Cognitive Psychology
      PSYC 410      Survey of Abnormal Psychology
      PSYC 420      Survey of Developmental Psychology
      PSYC 430      Survey of Social Psychology
      PSYC 440      Survey of Personality
      PSYC 450      Sensation and Perception
      PSYC 460      Physiological Psychology


Choose any two additional courses from the 200-, 300-, 400-, or 500-level.
      One course, but not both, may come from the following group:
      PSYC 399      Independent Study (3)
      PSYC 489      Community Psychology Practicum (3)
      PSYC 498      Advanced Independent Study (3)
      PSYC 598      Individual Research (3)
      PSYC 599      Individual Research (3)
                     MINOR IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Required:
      One introductory course chosen from the following:
            RELG 110      Introduction to Religious Studies
            RELG 111      Biblical History and Literature
            RELG 114      Religion and Culture
            RELG 115      Religion in America
            RELG 202      Introduction to Personal Faith
            RELG 203      Comparative Religion




Electives:
      Five courses at or above the 300-level.
                    MINOR IN RENAISSANCE STUDIES

The minor in Renaissance Studies consists of 18 hours selected from the following list of
courses:

              ARTH 320                      History of Italian Renaissance Art
              ARTH 321                      History of Northern Renaissance Art
              ARTH 520                      History of Renaissance Painting
              ARTH 521                      History of Renaissance Sculpture
              ARTH 522                      History of Renaissance Architecture
              ARTH 523                      Florentine Art
              CLAS 220                      Introduction to Classical Mythology
              CLAS 586                      Classical Mythology
              DANC 377                      Historic Dance
              ENGL 381                      The Renaissance
              ENGL 402                      Tudor Literature
              ENGL 404                      English Drama to 1660
              ENGL 405                      Shakespeare=s Tragedies
              ENGL 406                      Shakespeare=s Comedies and Histories
              FREN 451                      French Literature and Culture Before 1800
              GERM 420                      German Literature and Culture of the Middle Ages
                                            and Early Modern Period
              HIST 307                      Family and Society in Europe 1200-1700
              HIST 308                      Popular Culture in Europe 1200-1700
              HIST 309                      Age of Renaissance
              HIST 310                      Age of Reformation
              HIST 325                      England Under the Tudors, 1485-1603
              ITAL 411                      Italian Literature in Translation
              MUSC 353/553                  History of Western Music I
              MUSC 560                      Renaissance Music
              PHIL 540                      Renaissance Philosophy
              POLI 302                      Classical and Medieval Political Theory
              POLI 303                      Modern Political Theory
              RELG 301                      Old Testament
              RELG 302                      New Testament
              SPAN 524                      Renaissance and Golden Age Literature
              THEA 550                      History of Costume
              THEA 561                      History of the Theatre I
              THEA 567                      Dramatic Theory I

Topics courses with appropriate content may be used as part of the minor.
          MINORS IN RETAIL MANAGEMENT AND
               FASHION MERCHANDISING



RETAIL MANAGEMENT (18 hours):

    Required:
         RETL 265      Principles of Retailing (3)

    Choose five from the following:
         RETL 310      Internet Retailing (3)
         RETL 344      Personnel Organization and Supervision (3)
         RETL 350      Sales Strategies (3)
         RETL 351      Small Business Organization and Operation (3)
         RETL 366      Retail Buying (3)
         RETL 369      Retail Promotion (3)
         RETL 425      Retail Shopper Analysis (3)
         RETL 485      Multi-National Retailing (3)




FASHION MERCHANDISING (18 hours):

    Required:
         RETL 265      Principles of Retailing (3)
         RETL 268      Principles of Fashion Merchandising (3)

    Choose four from the following:
         RETL 350      Sales Strategies (3)
         RETL 365      Visual Merchandising and Store Design (3)
         RETL 366      Retail Buying (3)
         RETL 368      Fashion Product Analysis (3)
         RETL 369      Retail Promotion (3)
         RETL 388      Contemporary Trends in Fashion (3)

         In certain cases, the department chair can approve other RETL substitutions.
                                 MINOR IN RUSSIAN

Eighteen credit hours above Russian 122 as follows:

Language: All Russian minors must have completed RUSS 302 or the equivalent.

Literature and culture: All Russian minors must have completed a minimum of two
courses in Russian literature or culture, to be determined in consultation with Dr. Kalb.

Other Opportunities: Study abroad program in a choice of cities in the Former Soviet
Union; scholarship program for science students.


For more information, contact:
       Professor Alex Ogden
       Humanities Office Building, Room 903
       (803) 777-9573
       ogdenj@gwm.sc.edu
       http://www.cas.sc.edu/dllc/russian/programs_study.html#minor
            MINOR IN RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES
The interdisciplinary minor in Russian and Eurasian Studies offers an area-studies focus on the
region extending from Central Europe, through Russia and the Caucasus, to Central and Northern
Asia. The minor requires a minimum of 18 credit hours, which does not include the language
prerequisite. Coursework in at least three disciplines is required for the minor. In addition to the
traditional area study disciplines of Geography, History, International Studies, and
Languages/Literatures/Cultures, students are encouraged to explore coursework or independent
study options with faculty in the Sciences, Business, Music, Art, Journalism, and other
departments and schools; if not included in the list below, appropriate courses will be approved
for inclusion in the minor by the RES Director.

Prerequisite: Two years of college-level study (or equivalent level of mastery) of Russian or one
      of the other languages of the region. The prerequisite may be satisfied by successful
      completion of RUSS 202 or a placement examination arranged with the RES Director.

A. Required Courses (6 credit hours):
       1. RUSS 280 Introduction to Russian Civilization
       2. One of the following:
          HIST 541 The History of Russia from the Earliest Times to the Mid-19th Century
          HIST 542 The History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union
          POLI 480 Politics and Government of Russia
   Students whose primary focus is a country other than Russia may petition the RES Director
   to substitute a similar survey course on another region for one of these two required courses.

B. Elective Courses (12 credit hours):
       Four courses from the following list, not duplicating the course selected for section A.2.
       and including at least one course from a discipline other than those used to satisfy
       sections A.1.-A.2.
       FORL 398G Georgian Language and Culture
       HIST 342       The Slavs in History
       HIST 343       The Fall of the Eastern European Empires
       HIST 344       Eastern Europe Since WWI
       HIST 515       Byzantine History: 4th to 11th Centuries
       HIST 516       Byzantine History: 11th to 15th Centuries
       HIST 521       The Formation of Western Cultures, 300-1000 A.D.
       HIST 541       The History of Russia from the Earliest Times to the Mid-19th Century
       HIST 542       The History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union
       HIST 543       Russian and Soviet Diplomatic History
       POLI 440       Russian Foreign Policy
       POLI 480       Politics and Government of Russia
       RUSS 319       Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature in Translation
       RUSS 320       Twentieth-Century Russian Literature In Translation
RUSS 398      (Selected Topics), including Medieval Russian Culture, Contemporary
              Russian Fiction, and others
RUSS 598      (Selected Topics in Russian), including      Russian Culture Through
              Language, Survey of Russian Film, Russian Literary Theory, Languages
              and Nationalism in the Slavic World, Stalin's Terror in Literature and
              Film, and others

Courses with substantial Russian or Eurasian studies content not included in this list may
be approved for use in the minor by the RES Director.
                          MINOR IN SOCIAL WORK

Required:
              SOWK 302             Foundations of Social Welfare
              SOWK 308             History and Philosophy of Social Welfare

The minor in Social Work consists of eighteen semester hours. The sequence recommended
below will enable students to complete the minor or cognate within a two-year period.

              SOWK 302             Foundations of Social Welfare
              SOWK 303             Services for Children and Youth
              SOWK 304             Services for Families and the Aged
              SOWK 305             Services for Women and Minorities
              SOWK 306             Social Work in Other Nations
              SOWK 307             International Social Work and Social Justice
              SOWK 308             History and Philosophy of Social Welfare
              SOWK 309             Life Transitions: Loss and Grief
              SOWK 399             Independent Study
              SOWK 402             Non-Professional Participation in Social Welfare agencies
              SOWK 403             Social Welfare in Literature
              SOWK 404             Current Issues in Social Welfare
              SOWK 421             Social Work Practice Methods



SOWK 399 (Independent Study) will be offered each semester, contingent upon availability of
the instructor. However, the department advises including only one independent study
course per student. SOWK 399 may be taken toward the minor or cognate, or to study a topic
in depth.



The College of Social Work also offers six correspondence courses through the Distance
Education program, which enables students to enroll in the minor regardless of their
geographic location.
                                  MINOR IN SOCIOLOGY
Eighteen credit hours (6 courses) are required for the Sociology minor. SOCY 101 should
be taken before all other sociology courses. While SOCY 220 need not be the second course
taken for the minor, the Sociology department advises that this requirement be met early in
the minor.

Required (6 hours):
       SOCY 101               Introductory Sociology

       SOCY 220                 Elementary Statistics for Sociologists
       (If an equivalent statistics course, such as PSYC 227, MGSC 291, STAT 201, or some
       other statistics course accepted by the Sociology department is used to meet this requirement,
       another sociology course will need to be taken for a total of 6 Sociology courses.)




Electives (12 hours):
       Choose one 500-level SOCY course
       AND
       Three additional sociology courses at the 300-, 400-, or 500-level. SOCY 399 can be used
       to meet this requirement.
                     MINOR IN SOUTHERN STUDIES


Required:
      SOST 301(=HIST 441)            Introduction to Southern Studies
            (SOST 301 is open only to students from the Honors College or the College of
            Arts and Sciences, Liberal Arts division and to declared Southern Studies minors
            from all colleges. It is not open to seniors.)
      SOST 302                       Research in Southern Studies


Choose four courses those listed below:
      (From at least two different disciplines)
      AFRO 335                     Survey of Civil Rights Movement

      ANTH 303                     African American Cultures
      ANTH 304                     Contemporary Cultures of South Carolina
      ANTH 321                     Archaeology of South Carolina

      BIOL 526                     Fall Flora           }
      BIOL 527                     Spring Flora         } (CHOOSE ONE)
      BIOL 528                     Summer Flora         }

      ENGL 427                     Southern Literature
      ENGL 428                     African-American Literature
      ENGL 438A                    South Carolina Writers
      ENGL 456                     English Language in America

      ENVR 200                     Natural History of South Carolina

      GEOG 221                     Geography of South Carolina
      GEOG 521                     Landscapes of South Carolina

      GEOL 215                     Coastal Environments of the Southeastern U.S.

      POLI 363                     Southern Politics
      POLI 365                     State Government

      HIST 403                     The Sections and the Nation, 1828-1860
      HIST 404                     Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860-1877
      HIST 409                     History of South Carolina, 1670-1865
      HIST 410                     History of South Carolina Since 1865
      HIST 415                     Black Americans
      HIST 442                     Old South
      HIST 443                     New South
HIST 615    The Civil War in American History
HIST 616    The Reconstruction of the Nation
HIST 648    The Black Experience in the U.S. (to 1865)
HIST 649    The Black Experience in the U.S. (since 1865)

RELG 342    The African American Religious Experience
RELG 573    Religion in the South

SCCC 325F   Southern Intellectual and Cultural History
SCCC 367A   Echoes in Blues
SCCC 425F   South Carolina in the Twentieth Century

SOST 305    The Contemporary South
SOST 399    Independent Study in Southern Studies
SOST 405    Topics in Southern Studies
SOST 411M   Backyard Battles
SOST 412M   Topics in Southern Film
                                    MINOR IN SPANISH
A minor in Spanish is eighteen (18) semester hours at the 200-level or above, no more than six of which
can be below 300. A typical student will take SPAN 209 and 210 (or 211), SPAN 309, and a minimum of
three additional courses at the 300 and 400-levels. Students placing into the first course at the 300-level
will take eighteen semester hours of 300 and above level course work.

The only required course in the minor is SPAN 309 Advanced Spanish Language I.

SPAN 315 Intensive Readings may not be applied to the minor.

The courses below are suggested, but not required.
       * Students majoring in Business may include SPAN 316 (Business Spanish) in the minor
       program.

        * Students majoring in Political Science, International Studies, or Latin American Studies
        (LASP) may take SPAN 401 (Spanish American Civilization).

        * Students majoring in literatures may take 312 (Introduction to Reading Hispanic Literary Texts)
        and 404 (Literary Tendencies and Masterpieces of Spain) or 405 (Literary Tendencies and
        Masterpieces of Spanish America).

        * Students majoring in social sciences may emphasize language and culture courses: 305
        (Working with Hispanic Clients), 310 (Advanced Spanish Language II), 400 (Spanish
        Civilization), and 401 (Spanish American Civilization).

Students should check the offering of the special topics course, SPAN 375, each semester to see if the
topic is especially appropriate for their specialization.

All students would benefit from SPAN 350, Spanish Language Study Abroad.

Students minoring in Spanish who are preparing for a semester-long or year-long study abroad experience
involving Spanish language should complete the Study Abroad Approval Form with their individual
academic advisors and college deans. The following should be kept in mind as students plan study abroad.
    1) At least half of the minor must be completed in residence at the University of South Carolina,
        Columbia campus.
    2) It is recommended that students complete SPAN 309 before a semester-long or year-long study
        abroad program.
    3) In selecting study abroad courses for the Spanish minor, students must select courses from the
        following fields: Spanish language, Hispanic culture and civilization, Spanish linguistics, and
        Hispanic literatures.
    4) The equivalent of SPAN 309 cannot be completed by a single course taken abroad. Students who
        successfully complete a year (two consecutive semesters) of Spanish language courses while
        studying abroad may be considered to have met the SPAN 309 requirement.
    5) Students who successfully complete SPAN 309 at the University of South Carolina and
       who plan to take additional Spanish courses after study abroad may enroll in 300 or 400-
       level courses at the University.
                 MINOR IN SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS
The minor in Speech Communication provides students with the skills, knowledge, and
experiences vital to being effective producers and consumers of communication in business,
organizational, political, and cultural settings. The diversity of courses offered in the program
span from training in public speaking, to studies of political arguments and debates, to analysis of
how we communicate through our visual representations, behaviors, and cultural practices.


Requirements:

18 credit hours in Speech Communication (SPCH). 9 of those 18 credit hours must be in courses
numbered 300 or higher.

NOTE: SPCH 222 may only count for 3 credit hours.
  MINOR IN SPORT AND ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT

Required (12 hours):
       SPTE 201                       Introduction to Sport Administration (3)
                              OR
       SPTE 202
       SPTE 325                       Resort and Club Recreation Programming (3)
       SPTE 380                       Sport and Entertainment Marketing (3)
                                      (Prereq: MKTG 350)
       SPTE 444                       Sports Event Administration (3)

Electives (6 hours):
       SPTE 340                       The Sporting Goods Industry (3)
       SPTE 399                       Independent Study (3-6)
                                      (Prereq: Consent of instructor)
       SPTE 435                       Spectator Facilities Administration (3)
       SPTE 440                       Sport Business and Finance (3)
                                      (Prereq: ECON 222, RETL 262, and FINA 363)
       SPTE 490                       Special Topics in Sport Administration (3)
                                      (Prereq: Senior standing or consent of department head; may be
                                      repeated once for credit)
       SPTE 530                       Sport and the Law (3)
                                      (Prereq: Advanced undergraduate status or permission of
                                      department chair)
       SPTE 580                       Business Principles in Athletic Administration (3)
                                      (Prereq: Advanced undergraduate status or permission of
                                      department chair)
       SPTE 635                       Sport Event Development (3)
                                      (Prereq: ACCT 225 and 226 or RETL 261 and 262; MKTG
                                      350, FINA 363, MGMT 371 or equivalents).
       SPTE 650                       Integrated Marketing Communication in Sport and Entertainment (3)
                                      (Prereq; MKTG 350)

Prerequisites for all courses must be completed prior to taking the course.

To be applicable to the minor, a minimum grade of ―C‖ is required on each SPTE course taken
with a cumulative 2.5 GPA being required on all SPTE courses taken.

Due to the demands of students majoring in Sport and Entertainment Management and our
limited resources as a small department, students desiring to minor in Sport and
Entertainment Management will be required to take SPTE courses during the summer
sessions (Maymester, Summer I and/or Summer II) unless a waiver to that requirement is
granted by the department chair.
                     MINOR IN STATISTICS
Eighteen hours of STAT courses at the 500-level approved by the Undergraduate Director
in Statistics.



Only one of these classes may be counted for minor credit: STAT 509 or STAT 515.

NOTE: MATH 241 is a prerequisite for some 500-level Statistics courses.
          MINOR IN TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT AND
               TRAINING MANAGEMENT
MINOR COURSES FOR BUSINESS MAJORS:
    Required:
          TSTM 343    Introduction to Technology Support and Training Management
          TSTM 345    Introduction to Networking
          TSTM 348    Applications for Technical Support II
    Electives (Choose 3):
          TSTM 338    Integrated Document Production
          TSTM 352    End-User Interface Design
          TSTM 362    Web-based Support Systems
          TSTM 370    Records Management
          TSTM 444    Corporate Training and Development
          TSTM 445    Advanced Networking
          TSTM 447    Technical Support
          TSTM 544    Training Systems
          TSTM 545    Telecommunications
          TSTM 560    Analysis and Application of Project Management Software
          TSTM 562    Advanced Web Support Systems
          TSTM 564    Project Management of Information Systems
          TSTM 570    Advanced Records Management and Administration

MINOR COURSES FOR ALL OTHER MAJORS:
    Required:
          TSTM 343    Introduction to Technology Support and Training Management
          TSTM 345    Introduction to Networking
          TSTM 264    Applications for Technical Support I
          TSTM 346    Applications for Technical Support II
    Electives (Choose 2):
          TSTM 338    Integrated Document Production
          TSTM 352    End-User Interface Design
          TSTM 362    Web-based Support Systems
          TSTM 370    Records Management
          TSTM 444    Corporate Training and Development
          TSTM 445    Advanced Networking
          TSTM 447    Technical Support
          TSTM 544    Training Systems
          TSTM 545    Telecommunications
          TSTM 560    Analysis and Application of Project Management Software
          TSTM 562    Advanced Web Support Systems
          TSTM 564    Project Management of Information Systems
          TSTM 570    Advanced Records Management and Administration
                       MINOR IN THEATRE

Required:
       THEA 253   Stagecraft
               OR
       THEA 280   Introduction to Design

       THEA 200      Introduction to Theatre
       THEA 270      Fundamentals of Acting

Electives:
Nine hours from courses numbered 200 or above with at least 6 hours from courses
numbered 300 or above. To assist advisors, however, we suggest the following
guidelines in keeping with the student=s expressed interest and career goals.

Acting/Dancing
       THEA 220    Theatre Laboratory (1 hr)
       THEA 240    Voice and Diction
       THEA 241    Voice Laboratory (1 hr)
            (Prereq: THEA 240)
       THEA 340    Oral Interpretation of Literature
       THEA 370    Intermediate Acting
            (Prereq: THEA 170)
       THEA 372    Movement for the Actor
       THEA 489    Introduction to Costume Design
       THEA 522    Creative Drama
       THEA 526    Children=s Theatre
       THEA 550    History of Costume
       THEA 570    Advanced Acting I
            (Prereq: THEA 370)
       THEA 571    Advanced Acting II
       THEA 572    Advanced Makeup
            (Prereq: THEA 172)
       THEA 575    Rehearsal and Performance I
       THEA 576    Rehearsal and Performance II
       DANC 577 Dance Performance (1 hr)
       THEA 578    Play Direction I
       THEA 579    Play Direction II
       DANC 586 The Articulate Body
       THEA 587    Dramatic Performance for Communications Media
Design/Technical
           THEA 220   Technical Laboratory (1 hr)
           THEA 280   Introductory Design
           THEA 510   Rendering Techniques for Theatre
           THEA 531   Theatre Graphics
           THEA 550   History of Costume
           THEA 552   Stage Costume Pattern Drafting and Drawing
           THEA 554   Theatre Safety
           THEA 555   Scene Painting for the Stage
           THEA 556   Scenic Design
           THEA 557   Advanced Scenic Design
           THEA 582   Costume Design
           THEA 588   Stage Lighting Design I
           THEA 589   Advanced Stage Lighting Design II
           THEA 572   Advanced Makeup

     Theory/History
           THEA 561   History of the Theatre I
           THEA 562   History of the Theatre II
           THEA 567   Dramatic Theory I
           THEA 568   Dramatic Theory II
           THEA 580   Film History Criticism
                        MINOR IN WOMEN'S STUDIES
The minor in Women's Studies consists of eighteen hours and includes three core courses:

       WOST 111                                     Women in Western Culture
       WOST 112                                     Women in Society
       WOST 113                                     Women & Their Bodies in Health & Disease

Plus nine (9) hours selected from the following courses:

       ENGL 455 (=LING 440)                         Language in Society
       POLI 368                                     Interest Groups and Social Movements
       HIST 663 (=LASP 441)                         Social/Economic History of Latin America
       NURS 110                                     Self-Care Behaviors
       WOST 210 (=ANTH 210)                         The Human Cycle in Different Cultures
       WOST 300 (=SOCY 301)                         Sociology of Sex Roles
       WOST 301 (=PSYC 301)                         Psychology of Marriage
       WOST 304 (=SOCY 304)                         Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality
       WOST 305 (=SOCY 305)                         Sociology of the Family
       WOST 306 (=SOWK 305)                         Social Welfare Services for Women and Minorities
       WOST 307 (=POLI 307)                         Feminist Theory
       WOST 308 (=AFRO 308)                         African American Feminist Theory
       WOST 310 (=PSYC 310)                         Psychology of Women
       WOST 311 (=JOUR 311)                         Minorities, Women, and the Mass Media
       WOST 320 (=CLAS 320)                         Women in Greco-Roman Antiquity
       WOST 351 (=ANTH 351)                         The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
       WOST 352 (=POLI 352)                         Gender and Politics
       WOST 358 (=ANTH 358)                         Gender, Culture, and Behavior
       WOST 399                                     Independent Study**
       WOST 404                                     Community Activism
       WOST 430                                     Topics in Women's Studies
       WOST 437 (=ENGL 437)                         Women Writers
       WOST 454 (=POLI 454)                         Women and the Law
       WOST 464 (=HIST 464)                         History of American Women
       WOST 499                                     Community Service Internship
       WOST 541 (=NURS 541)                         Issues in Women‘s Health
       WOST 555 (=ANTH 555, LING 541)               Language and Gender

Occasionally, special topics courses offered by various academic departments and approved by
Women‘s Studies may also be applied to the minor.

**No more than one (1) Independent Study course (3 hours) may be applied to the minor.
      Independent Studv requires the approval of the Director of Women's Studies.

Revised 9/05
                           MINOR CODES

ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS     879

AEROSPACE STUDIES                        875

AFRICAN STUDIES                          867

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES                 101

ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE                 134

ANTHROPOLOGY                             103

ART HISTORY                              105

ART STUDIO                               104

ASIAN STUDIES                            880

ASTRONOMY                                881

B IOLOGY                                 106
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                  991

CHEMISTRY                                109

CHINESE STUDIES                          889

CLASSICAL STUDIES                        107

COACHING IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION           329

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS     883

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE                   520

COMPUTER SCIENCE                         108

CRIMINAL JUSTICE                         587

DANCE                                    188

ECONOMICS                                112

EDUCATION
     EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION           311
     ELEMENTARY EDUCATION                310
     SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST     873
     FRENCH EDUCATION                    324
        LATIN EDUCATION                     366
        SPANISH EDUCATION                   367
        EDUCATION (GENERAL)                 300

ENGLISH                                     115

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES                       870

EUROPEAN STUDIES                            114

FASHION MERCHANDISING                       857

FILM STUDIES                                871

FRENCH                                      143

GEOGRAPHY                                   130

GEOLOGY                                     124

GERMAN                                      183

HEALTH PROMOTION, EDUCATION, AND BEHAVIOR   884

HISTORY                                     136

HOTEL, RESTAURANT, AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT   930

INFORMATION SCIENCE

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES                       139

INQUIRY                                     878

ISLAMIC CULTURE STUDIES                     102

ITALIAN                                     141

JAPANESE                                    855

JOURNALISM
     ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS       615
     ELECTRONIC                             620
     PRINT JOURNALISM                       630
     SECONDARY EDUCATION                    660

LATIN                                       142

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES                      144

LINGUISTICS                                 550
MARINE SCIENCE                       146

MATHEMATICS                          145

MEDIA ARTS                           111

MEDICAL HUMANITIES                   872

MILITARY SCIENCE                     876

MUSIC                                148

NAVAL SCIENCE                        869

NEUROSCIENCE                         885

PHILOSOPHY                           154

PHYSICS                              163

POLITICAL SCIENCE                    157

PORTUGUESE                           853

PSYCHOLOGY                           160

RELIGIOUS STUDIES                    168

RENAISSANCE STUDIES                  868

RETAIL MANAGEMENT                    940

RUSSIAN                              854

RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES         113

SOCIAL WORK                          570

SOCIOLOGY                            175

SOUTHERN STUDIES                     851

SPANISH                              184

SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS                874

SPORT AND ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT   980

STATISTICS                           135
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT AND TRAINING MANAGEMENT   920

THEATRE                                      110

WOMEN’S STUDIES                              852

								
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